From The Durango Herald: The Durango Mall made more than $16,000 worth of public-records requests with the city regarding its correspondence with Mercury, the credit-card payment-processing company that is building a corporate headquarters next to the mall, a project that the mall had initially opposed through litigation.
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From The Republic: DURANGO, Colorado — Durango officials are asking the City Council to ban people from photographing public records to save money, forcing city workers to search out documents without covering their expenses.
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Editorial from Coloradoan.com:
In a place known for its 300-plus days of sunny weather every year, a proclamation of “Sunshine Week” may not be met with the ovation it deserves.
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From Citizens for a Healthy Community:
DENVER – A federal court ruled yesterday (February 13, 2013) that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) policy and practice of keeping secret from the public the identity of entities nominating public lands for oil and gas development is unlawful.
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Read More… from NFOIC’s State FOIA Friday for February 8, 2013