Illinois Attorney General’s Office: JJC violated Freedom of Information Act request

JOLIET – Joliet Junior College officials and their attorneys are reviewing a decision from the Illinois Attorney General’s Office that says the college partially violated a Freedom of Information Act request submitted by The Herald-News.

The Herald-News in May requested under the state’s FOIA law a letter JJC Police Chief Pete Comanda sent to the Board of Trustees on July 4, 2013, as well as responses to that letter from past Board Chairman Andrew Mihelich and employees with Robbins Schwartz, the college’s attorneys.  Continue>>>