Requester seeking information beyond the scope of the DC FOIA statute. Therefore DCPS’ partial denial was affirmed.
Requester wanted records explaining why his property taxes increased and the names of all persons involved. Requester received a list of vacant properties but no names.
MPD provided all the requested documents therefore the appeal was rendered moot and thereby dismissed.
DCRA provided all the requested documents that were in the agency’s possession. Therefore the appeal was rendered moot and thereby dismissed.
Requester sought selection criteria for a DOC position but was denied because he or she never applied for the position. Decision upheld and the appeal was dismissed.
DCRA failed to respond to the initial request. As a result of this appeal DCRA provided the requester with all of the requested records. Appeal dismissed.
In MPD’s initial response they informed requester that they were not in possession of responsive information. On appeal this determination was affirmed.
FEMS responded to the initial request exempting information under exemptions 2 and 6 and because FOIA may not be used to expand discovery.
MPD did not respond to the original request. Subsequent to the appeal MPD responded to the request making the appeal moot.
OCFO withdraw its previous denial letter and will provide responsive documents therefore the appeal is moot.