A list of handwritten notes of telephone calls used by a director in the course of her public duties to jog her memory, was a completed document and because it was not expected to be modified and did not contain information extraneous to its ultimate purpose, the list was not preliminary and, therefore, not exempt from disclosure pursuant to C.G.S. §1-210(b)(1), as a preliminary note or record.
Findley v. Director, Housing Authority, Town of Mansfield
Freedom of Information Commissio
March 11, 2013
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