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05/08/2009

Requester appeals because they believe DMPED misapplied DC FOIA exemption 1.

2009-07
05/04/2009

MPD conducted an adequate search, the event date exceeds the archived period the agency is required to maintain. MPD provided all responsive records.

2009-25
05/04/2009

Initially MPD denied the request because the agency misunderstood what was being requested. MPD later realized their mistake and denied part of the request under exemption 2.

2009-09
05/04/2009

OCME denied the initial request saying release of information would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.

2009-13
05/04/2009

In initial appeal MPD did not respond when a response was provided requester believed it to be incomplete and submitted another appeal. Mayor’s office determined MPD’s response to be incomplete and MPD is ordered to provide a response within 5 days.

2009-24
05/04/2009

DDOT did not respond in time but did respond the day after the appeal was filed rendering the appeal moot and thereby dismissed.

2009-14
04/09/2009

Requester seeking information beyond the scope of the DC FOIA statute. Therefore DCPS’ partial denial was affirmed.

2009-16
03/13/2009

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.

2009-04
02/26/2009

MPD provided all the requested documents therefore the appeal was rendered moot and thereby dismissed.

2009-01
02/11/2009

DCRA provided all the requested documents that were in the agency’s possession. Therefore the appeal was rendered moot and thereby dismissed.

2009-21

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