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Keyport OPMA/OPRA suit in today’s paper

The following article appeared in today’s Asbury Park Press. Judge Lawson’s opinion, along with the trial briefs, exhibits and other case documents are on-line here. (file is about 2.5 MB). ———————————– Judge rules in favor of citizen’s OPRA requestBy Jim McConville • KEYPORT BUREAU • January 17, 2009 KEYPORT — A state Superior Court judge […]

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Township to charge 7c per copy

Andover Township’s willingness to lower its per-page record cost from 75c to 7c might help convince other local public bodies do the same. Please consider sending the following article to your local mayor and/or school board.New Jersey Herald – Newton, New JerseyJanuary 27, 2009 Andover to cut cost of public records By SETH AUGENSTEIN ANDOVER […]

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Seminar on e-mail retention for municipalities

On February 24, 2009 (in Holmdel) and February 26, 2009 (in Mount Laurel) an organization that is apparently affiliated with the New Jersey League of Municipalities will be holding a seminar entitled “Managing Government E-Mail Risks: OPRA, E-Discovery, and Retention ­ and Developing Solutions.” The half-day seminar costs $75 for League members and $150 for […]