Friday, March 3, 2017

HISTORIC LEGAL VICTORY IN BATTLE TO GET TO THE BOTTOM OF YONA PROPERTY SCAM


‘Historic’ legal victory for public access to GovGuam records
Gaynor D. Daleno | The Guam Daily Post
In a victory for members of the public who want the government of Guam to be transparent, a Superior Court judge recently imposed a $1,000 fine against a department director who failed to timely make public records fully available under the Sunshine Act. CONTINUED

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Klitzkie's March 16, 2016 Op-Ed turned out to be prophetic:
Follow the Sunshine Law, disclose public records
If I want to know what’s going on outside my house, I can look out the window. Transparency. If I want to go out and have a look around, I use the door. I just open the door and walk outside. Openness. CONTINUED

2 comments:

  1. Mr. Klitzkie, thank you for your very apt analogy clearly explaining the "Sunshine Law." Your experience at Dept of Land Management with Director Mike Borja who was found guilty in a court of law for refusing to comply with the Sunshine Law regarding certain documents brings up the question: just what were those documents that Mike Borja was trying to protect from public scrutiny? Will you, Mr. Klitzkie, give the readers of Jungle Watch blog an idea of what they were all about? Thanks!

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    1. See Judge Cenzon's Order. http://www.junglewatch.info/2017/03/were-not-done-with-this-yet.html?m=1

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