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LBREPORT.com Coverage Of Access To Public Records

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LBREPORT.com coverage and publisher's statement related to the City of Long Beach allowing the deletion of public record emails of high level City elected and management officials within 30 days of their retirement/exit from City positions.
July 25, 2017: City Prosecutor Says This When Asked About Destruction Of City Hall Public Record Emails; Separately Announces He'll Seek Re-Election In 2018
April 13, 2017: Special Report / Follow-Up: Software System Used By City Allows Archiving, Retention -- Or Deletion -- Of Public Record Emails As City Wishes...So Who Inside City Hall Allowed, Directed Or Knew Of Deleting These Public Record Emails?
April 10, 2017: LB City Hall Allowed Deletion Of Public Record Emails Of High Level City Elected And Mgm't Department Heads 30 Days After They Exited, Implemented By City Contract With Third Party Entity; Did City Hall Violate Its Own Law Requiring Specific Procedures Before Public Records Destruction?
March 17, 2017: Editorial / Publisher's Statement: LBREPORT.com Seeks Answers And Action After E-Mailboxes Containing Public Records Of Some Now-Former City Officials Are Deleted Thirty Days After They Exited City Hall







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