Now that my litigation is settled and the Center for Justice got the check for 50 Gs…back to work!!





Two recent Public Records Requests:


Request Number ONE:





Request Number TWO:






This is what Ms. Farnsworth has been able to come up with so far:




Here is my clarification:








To think that some folks were hoping I was going to quietly fade away! 🙂



11 thoughts on “HERE WE GO AGAIN!!!

  1. Not a good use of tax payers money in my opinion. The City admits no wrong. Condon admits no wrong and things go back to usual.


      1. Well, that is one way I define awesome! You are not going away quietly. You are going to keep at ’em and keep searching for answers to your pointy questions. You have tenacity, dogged determination. I applaud those traits in Curmudgeons!


  2. They cut the check… but look further into the Spokane ethics code… it doesn’t apply to the public records employees who have representation. They are exempt from the ethics code unless it is contained specifically in their bargin agreement. It may be indeed necessary to push for it to apply to all City Employees. Not just a select few.


    1. P. Failure to Produce Public Records
      No City officer or employee shall willfully and without just cause delay or fail to produce any city records in his or her possession or control in response to a public records request filed with the city pursuant to Chapter 42.56 RCW.
      1. A “city record” is a “public record” as defined by RCW 42.56.010(3).
      2. “Just cause” to delay or fail to produce means:
      a. A reasonable belief that production of the record is exempt from public disclosure pursuant to Chapter 42.56 RCW or other statute which exempts or prohibits disclosure of specific information or records; and/or
      b. The city record is subject to legal review to determine whether it is subject to an exemption from disclosure pursuant to Chapter 42.56 RCW; and/or
      c. The requester has been notified in writing that additional time is required to produce the city record and/or determine whether it is subject to an exemption from disclosure pursuant to Chapter 42.56 RCW.

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