OPRA 2 (2014)
OPRA Based on the Response to OPRA # 8 from 2013 Question #2
for which there was no available information back in November 2013:
(City's responses to OPRA are in bold and italic)

"2. (a) Copy or copies of professional services invoices from specially-appointed attorney Frank Corrado which may be redacted, as deemed appropriate under the "24 exceptions to OPRA" to conceal subject-matter entries relating to his internal investigation into the Latin Beach Fest affair, but may NOT be redacted as to dates, hours spent as time-on-task entered against such dates, and charges. (b) Financial printouts reflecting charges incurred (accounts payable) and charges paid (accounts paid) respecting Mr. Corrado's retention as investigating counsel.

Please provide:

  1. Copy or copies of professional services invoices from specially-appointed attorney Frank Corrado which may be redacted, as deemed appropriate under the "24 exceptions to OPRA" to conceal subject-matter entries relating to his internal investigation into the Latin Beach Fest affair, but may NOT be redacted as to dates, hours spent as time-on-task entered against such dates, and charges.
    • Financial printouts reflecting charges incurred (accounts payable) and charges paid (accounts paid) respecting Mr. Corrado's retention as investigating counsel. PDF

  2. A copy of the investigation report, if it has been completed and filed with the City Solicitor and Commission by now. The report has been received by the Solicitor but is not available for public review or dissemination at this time for the following reasons under OPRA exemptions:
    1) the report is pre-decisional, having been generated prior to any potential action being taken by the Commission and it is deliberative in nature as it contains opinions, recommendations and advice about City policies and potential actions to be taken.
    2) It is Attorney/Client privileged material.
    3) It is an ongoing investigation report.

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