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E.g., 11/29/2023
E.g., 11/29/2023
11/13/2020

Request for records related to desk audits of an employee. The appeal was dismissed as moot, because DCRA responded that it did not maintain records responsive to the request after the appeal was submitted.

2017-158
11/13/2020

Request for records related to a HUD form. DCHA’s response was affirmed on the basis that is conducted an adequate search and disclosed all responsive records.

2017-163
11/13/2020

Request for records related to a property’s sewer issues. The appeal was dismissed as moot, because DC Water disclosed responsive records after the appeal was submitted.

2017-168
11/13/2020

Request for records related to all police officers. MPD’s partial denial withholding officer photographs was affirmed on the basis that disclosure would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.

2017-161
11/13/2020

Request for records related to the replacement of a lead water pipe. The adequacy of DC Water’s search as described in its final response to the request was affirmed.

2017-166
11/13/2020

Request for records related to a former employee. The appeal was dismissed as moot, because DCRA responded to the request after the appeal was submitted.

2017-159
11/13/2020

Request for records related to a cat program. DOH’s response was affirmed on the basis that is conducted an adequate search and disclosed all responsive records.

2017-164
11/13/2020

Request for records related to the Hearst Park & Pool Project. DGS’s response was remanded to narrow the scope of its search in consultation with the requester to reduce the fee estimate for the request.

2017-184
10/29/2020

Request for records related to a debt on a credit report. EOM’s response was affirmed on the basis that it conducted an adequate search and no responsive records were found. EOM noted the agency that would likely maintain responsive records.

2017-142
10/29/2020

Request for records related to the Hearst Park & Pool Project. The requester provided evidence that DGS’s response was missing information. DGS’s response was remanded to conduct another search and disclose nonexempt responsive documents on a rolling basis.

2017-147

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