Crestview City Councilmen Charged with Open Meetings Violations

In an article that appeared earlier this week it has been reported that several city councilmen in Crestview, Florida have been charged with non-criminal violations of Florida’s Open Meetings Laws (aka “Sunshine Laws”).  The councilmen are alleged to have traded as series of emails regarding public business.

One of the councilmen is also alleged to have deleted emails after . . . → Read More: Crestview City Councilmen Charged with Open Meetings Violations

Condo Record Requests – What Do You Have To Hide?

By Jan Bergemann
8:20 a.m. EST, February 24, 2012

FS 718.112(12) states very clearly which association records are public records – and which are not. The statutes even explain in detail the rights of the owners to inspect these records and get copies of the records on demand.

Nevertheless, record requests are most likely the most disputed issues in . . . → Read More: Condo Record Requests – What Do You Have To Hide?

Hospital board won’t back down from records request

INVERNESS — Pleas Monday by a fundraising arm of Citrus Memorial hospital to call off a public records request by the Citrus County Hospital Board of Trustees fell on deaf ears.

Members of a hospital advisory committee had asked the CCHB to rescind its public records request for the names of people who donated to the hospital’s . . . → Read More: Hospital board won’t back down from records request