FOI Commission dismisses complaints against Mosby – The Hour

02/10/16 – By Korey Wilson HARTFORD — The Freedom of Information Commission upheld a recommendation to dismiss three complaints filed against Board of Education member Shirley Mosby on Wednesday. The complaints, filed by Peter Torrano, Nancy Chapman and Michael Byrne, Continue reading FOI Commission dismisses complaints against Mosby – The Hour

Stamford school board to get ethics training – Stamford Advocate

By Evan Simko-Bednarski STAMFORD — The Board of Education’s special meeting scheduled for Tuesday night will consist of two city-mandated trainings, one in the Freedom of Information Act and one in the city’s ethics policies. Asked about the trainings, Board PresidentJackie Continue reading Stamford school board to get ethics training – Stamford Advocate

Stamford considers virtual attendance at meetings – Stamford Advocate

Mayor asks reps to consider e-attendance STAMFORD — The Board of Representatives wants to know if they can phone it in – literally. At Mayor David Martin‘s prodding, a board committee began research in December on electronic attendance at meetings of the city’s legislative Continue reading Stamford considers virtual attendance at meetings – Stamford Advocate

Failing An FOI Pop Quiz – The Newton Bee

Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Act has been on the books for nearly 40 years. A couple of generations of public servants have been operating under its provisions. Yet after decades of illumination by the state’s Sunshine Laws, our elected and Continue reading Failing An FOI Pop Quiz – The Newton Bee