Meetings & Hearings
MPD provided all the requested documents therefore the appeal was rendered moot and thereby dismissed.
DMH withheld addresses of mental health facilities citing exemption 2. The Mayor’s office determined the address of a mental health facility does not fall under the definition of mental health information.
Based on mutually agreed upon search terms the Office of the Secretary produced relevant documents. The requester did not receive the documents desired and appealed requesting a search with broader terms. This constitutes a new search and this appeal is thereby dismissed.
Requester wanted records explaining why his property taxes increased and the names of all persons involved. Requester received a list of vacant properties but no names. The request was remanded in part to get the requester a list of names and dismissed in part.
Exemption 3 is inapplicable and OPC ordered to provide requester will all documents except those specifically excluded in the opinion.
Request has moved to the Superior Court for litigation and is therefore held in abeyance until the litigation is resolved.
Requester appeals because they believe DMPED misapplied DC FOIA exemption 1. The Mayor’s office upheld the denial under exemption 1 because releasing the information would cause substantial harm to the competitive position of the entity submitting the proposal.
Exemptions not applicable and DOC order to provide all responsive materials within 10 days.
Initially MPD denied the request because the agency misunderstood what was being requested. MPD later realized their mistake and denied part of the request under exemption 2.
Appeal dismissed because WASA’s position is reasonable and without direct evidence to the contrary the Mayor’s office saw no reason to undercut their position on appeal.
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