Atlanta unveils new policy to improve compliance with open records law via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

It appears the City of Atlanta has done a 180 degree turn in regard to record requests.

“Most of what we have is public, and unless we can point to a reason why it’s not, we should be providing it,” said Kristen Denius, the city’s transparency officer. 

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SOURCEThe Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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