Raritan Twp Committeeman promotes transparency at Feb. 20 meeting

UPDATE (2/23/2018): Following approximately 40 minutes of meeting discussion, the Committee did not act on the proposal.  This further supports the need for legislative reform and modernization of the OPMA. Original post: Transparency, accountability, and the Open Public Meetings Act Continue Reading →

Raritan Borough owes media company $542,000 in public-records fight, court fact-finder says

NJFOG President Walter Luers is quoted in this article about Gannett Media’s lawsuit concerning access to records in a usable electronic format.  Generally, a requestor has a right to a document or record in its native format.  For example, if a Continue Reading →