Request #RT-6554
  Closed
All documents and emails about the Ethics Ordinance.

Received

November 3, 2014 via web


Due

November 26, 2014


Departments

City Attorney

Documents

Public

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Staff

Point of Contact

Alex Katz

External Message Public
On Jan. 24, 2015, requester informed that he was no longer interested in receiving any records. This request was closed at that time, but apparently, there was a glitch with the system, and the request was not closed nor the notes were included. This is another attempt to close it.
March 17, 2015, 4:17pm by Arlette Flores-Medina (Staff)
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Dear requester: From now on, I will be following up on your request. Councilmember Kalb's Office, the Public Ethics Commission and the City Attorney's Office were involved in drafting the request. I'm currently researching the specific people in each office that were involved. As soon as I confirm this information, I will let you know.
January 23, 2015, 5:25pm by Arlette Flores-Medina (Staff)
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I am still waiting for an answer.
January 4, 2015, 7:39am by the requester
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Please tell me which City employees were involved in drafting the ordinance.
December 1, 2014, 9:51pm by the requester
Document(s) Added Staff Only
https://oakland.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=1934428&GUID=B88D629B-8E4D-4BD0-9E71-4A34CF525F0C

November 17, 2014, 2:41pm
External Message Public
Dear requester, this request is very broad. It would help to specify what emails you are looking for, for example, emails to the City Councilmembers, the Ethics Commission director, etc. It will take a significant amount of time to search all City email accounts for communications about this ordinance. If we can narrow the request and help you get what you are looking for, it will take far less time. Please feel free to respond here or contact me at (510) 238-3148.
November 17, 2014, 2:38pm by Alex Katz (Staff)
External Message Public
Request extended:Additional time is required to answer your public records request. We need to search for, collect, or examine a large number of records (Government Code Section 6253(c)(2)).
November 17, 2014, 2:33pm by Alex Katz (Staff)