Meetings & Hearings
OTR responded to the requester informing them that information did not exist in the public record. Appeal dismissed.
OCFO delivered documents responsive to a portion of the request and withheld others pursuant to policy. Appeal dismissed.
Denial affirmed because juvenile records remain confidential even if not maintained by Family Division of the Superior Court of DC.
Appellant argues on appeal that WASA’s FOIA response was late, and nonresponsive. WASA ordered to produce a Vaughn Index and responsive materials.
Requestor appealed because DSLBD failed to respond but during the course of the appeal DSLBD responded and to request became moot.
Information redacted from response but did not list exemption. After appeal memorandum provided listing a description of the materials redacted because of personal privacy.
Appellant requests more information because they claim the original request was mischaracterized, MPD used an inapplicable exemption and a duty to redact. The appeal was dismissed.
DOC responded to the initial request saying there were no responsive records. Appeal dismissed because the logs do not contain responsive documents.
Requester sought records relevant to his or her termination. Appeal dismissed because moot due to the release of relevant information during an administrative appeal.
Requester claimed DHR wrongfully withheld information claiming it was personal. DHR ordered to provide requested documents with 10 business days
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