FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION
|In the Matter of a Complaint by||FINAL DECISION|
|David B. Gilmore and
Coalition for Better Government,
|against||Docket #FIC 1998-178|
|Director, Office of
Development, City of Waterbury;
and Office of Community Development,
City of Waterbury,
|Respondents||December 9, 1998|
The above-captioned matter was heard as a contested case on October 8, 1998, at which time the complainants and the respondents appeared and presented testimony, exhibits and argument on the complaint.
During the course of such hearing, the complainants and the respondents reached the terms of an agreement in resolution of this contested case. Specifically, the complainants offered to withdraw their complaint since, during the course of the hearing, they were provided with information regarding their request for records related to the CDA funds for police van source, and amounts for purchase/maintenance thereof.
The Commission warmly commends both the complainants and the respondents for working successfully to resolve this matter.
The following order by the Commission is hereby recommended on the basis of the record concerning the above-captioned complaint:
1. The complaint is hereby dismissed.
Approved by Order of the Freedom of Information Commission at its regular meeting of December 9, 1998.
_________________________ Melanie R. Balfour Acting Clerk of the Commission
PURSUANT TO SECTION 4-180(c), G.S., THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NAMES OF EACH PARTY AND THE MOST RECENT MAILING ADDRESS, PROVIDED TO THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION, OF THE PARTIES OR THEIR AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE.
THE PARTIES TO THIS CONTESTED CASE ARE:
David B. Gilmore and Coalition for Better Government PO Box 11444 Waterbury, CT 06703
Director, Office of Community Development, City of Waterbury; and Office of Community Development, City of Waterbury c/o Atty. James E. Weir and Atty. Kevin M. Johnson Corporation Counsel 236 Grand Street Waterbury, CT 06702
__________________________ Melanie R. Balfour Acting Clerk of the Commission