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The Original Non-Compliant Response

A year later now, the rest of the information will hopefully be released this coming week.

Its important to note that if the administration really was concerned about the privacy rights of the gift card recipients, it would have honored the state’s strongly worded request and not inserted itself into the distribution of charitable donations in the first place.  I don’t know of any other towns that ignored that advice and exploited the situation for political advantage by handing out money themselves.








I’m sure Bean will next want to review the list of “clients” who received thousands of dollars each from the Sandy Relief Fund.  We’ll see if the administration’s lawyer, Michael Dupont, wishes to extend his losing streak by advising it not to comply with Bean’s request for the information.  (BTW, as a councilman, Bean shouldn’t even have to invoke the OPRA law.)


  1. Tom Burke wrote:

    By my count, borough attorney DuPont is 0 for 6 on decisions rendered from complaints arising form his advice. Does anyone but me wonder how much this apparent bad advice has cost us in additional legal fees? Seems to me that one lawyer is making money off another attorneys advice…….Hmmmm. I think I joined the wrong fraternity in college.

    Sunday, December 22, 2013 at 8:19 am | Permalink
  2. Guest wrote:

    Can DuPont and bring in Pringle.

    Sunday, December 22, 2013 at 8:38 pm | Permalink

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