Stonington settles FOI complaint filed by The Day – The Day

06/20/17 – By Joe Wojtas Stonington — Just hours before a hearing was slated to take place Tuesday afternoon in Hartford, the town agreed to settle a Freedom of Information Act complaint filed by The Day that alleged the Board Continue reading Stonington settles FOI complaint filed by The Day – The Day

Opinion: Thumbs up, thumbs down – Danbury News Times

12/13/16 – Thumbs up to New Milford resident Greg Mullen for appealing to the state Freedom of Information Commission recently over a meeting with some members of the Board of Education’s Facilities Committee and town officials over a draft agreement on Continue reading Opinion: Thumbs up, thumbs down – Danbury News Times

FOI appeal: New Milford school board members had illegal meeting – Danbury News Times

12/11/16 – By Katrina Koerting NEW MILFORD — A Freedom of Information complaint filed this week seeks to nullify a draft agreement between the town and the Board of Education over the proposed move of central school offices to the John Pettibone Continue reading FOI appeal: New Milford school board members had illegal meeting – Danbury News Times

Facing Hearing, Ethics Board Chair Admits FOI Violations – The Newtown Bee

10/14/16 – By John Voket After a protracted mediation process and with the clock winding down to a Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission hearing, Newtown Board of Ethics Chair Jacqueline Villa admitted to violating the state FOI Act on two Continue reading Facing Hearing, Ethics Board Chair Admits FOI Violations – The Newtown Bee

Groton City leaders, two town councilors testify in dispute before FOI Commission – The Day

By Deborah Straszheim Hartford – The Groton City mayor, deputy mayor and an attorney for the city faced two Groton town councilors Monday before a state Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer over a complaint filed by the councilors who Continue reading Groton City leaders, two town councilors testify in dispute before FOI Commission – The Day