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  Archived Posts From: 2018

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18-IB31 6/28/2018 FOIA Opinion Letter to Mr. Chris Dufresne re: FOIA Complaint Concerning the Camden-Wyoming Fire Company

Written on: June 29th, 2018 in 10001 Declaration of Policy

Petitioner alleged that Camden-Wyoming Fire Company failed to respond to his FOIA request. DECIDED: Camden-Wyoming Fire Company is not a public body and thus not subject to FOIA.


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18-IB30 6/7/2018 FOIA Opinion Letter to Mr. John Flaherty re: FOIA Complaint Concerning the Office of the Governor

Written on: June 15th, 2018 in 10001 Declaration of Policy

Petitioner alleged that the Office of the Governor had violated FOIA due to the time taken to respond to a FOIA request for records. DECIDED: Petition is moot as documents have been provided and OGov provided written extensions on permitted bases.


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18-IB29 6/6/2018 FOIA Opinion Letter to Mr. Courtney French re: FOIA Complaint Concerning the City of Wilmington

Written on: June 7th, 2018 in 10001 Declaration of Policy

Petitioner alleged the City of Wilmington had withheld documents responsive to their FOIA request. DECIDED: City provided an affidavit explaining why responsive records did not exist. No FOIA violation found.


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18-IB28 6/1/2018 FOIA Opinion Letter to Mr. Warren Rosenkranz re: FOIA Complaint Concerning the Arden Trust

Written on: June 2nd, 2018 in 10001 Declaration of Policy

Petitioner alleged that Arden Trust violated FOIA by denying request for documents. The Trust countered that they are not a public body and thus not subject to FOIA. DECIDED: The Arden Trust is not a public body.


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18-IB27 5/31/2018 FOIA Opinion Letter to Mr. John Wells re: FOIA Complaint Concerning the Red Clay Consolidated School District

Written on: June 1st, 2018 in 10001 Declaration of Policy

Petitioner alleged that Red Clay Consolidated School District did not provide a timely response. DECIDED: The District responded within the 15 business days required by FOIA.


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