Monday, December 14, 2015

"Open government group files complaint against Public Records Board"

From The Journal

5 hours ago  • 

"MADISON — A state open government watchdog group has filed a complaint alleging an obscure board made changes to the state's records retention policies in August in violation of the state open meetings law.

"Bill Lueders, president of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, wrote Monday in a verified complaint to Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne that the Public Records Board made changes to the state's records retention policy without proper notice or record in its minutes of motions and votes.

"Cullen Werwie, a spokesman for Gov. Scott Walker's Department of Administration said last week 'while we do not agree that there was any violation, to the extent the Department of Administration provides administrative support to the Public Records Board, we plan on working with (the Department of Justice's) Office of Open Government to implement best practices for both the agenda and meeting minutes moving forward.'"

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Racine and Wisconsin used to be good places to live, but now the corruption by our "leaders" have ruined both.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It started with the drunk Thompson Administration - and giving the Bars the "right" to operate illegal gambling operations and engage in sanctioned evasion of income taxes - it has cost Wisconsin hundreds of millions in lost revenue - when one considers the importance of bars, bar culture, and drunkeness is in Wisconsin.

Next was Doyle - corruption defined - he made the drunk Grant Administration appear honest - but who would of thunk it that here came Walker and his little Weasel, "Boss" Vos to take Wisconsin further down the path.

I did the right thing and took my talents and $$$ and left - for good - sad to see so many of my friends and family stuck in situations where they can't escape Wisconsin. I'll keep up the good fight for them - but that time is running out.

Enjoy the corruption.