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So anyone hoping to see what people have complained about to the city’s employee hotline won’t have any luck in this blog. The City Attorney’s Office has officially rejected my public records request.

It’s been rejected before, of course, back in May. But then I got a call from City Attorney Mike Aguirre who said he didn’t know why it was rejected and he would make them look into it. Then I got an e-mail from a deputy city attorney who said they were officially reconsidering my request.

I didn’t hear anything until I complained about it publicly Aug. 16.

Then bam! On Aug. 22, a letter arrives from the city attorney.

At this time the City still declines to provide copies of the complaints; however, it should be noted that the Office of Ethics and Integrity (“OEI”) provides information to the public relating to those complaints.

Click here for that highly detailed information.

SCOTT LEWIS

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