Thursday, October 16, 2014

What Are They Afraid Of?

Let the sunshine, let the sunshine in, the sunshine in

Pretty quick response:

From: Manganaro, Kevin (AGO) (AGO) <>
To: Larry Kelley <>
Sent: Thu, Oct 16, 2014 9:52 am
Subject: RE: Open Meeting complaint Amherst and UMass (There they go again) 

Hello Mr. Kelley,
Thank you so much for your e-mail. If you wish to file a complaint, you may do so on the appropriate complaint form by following the procedure found here: law-complaint-form.pdf
The complaint must first be filed with the public body no later than 30 days after an alleged violation, or, if the violation could not reasonably have been known at the time it occurred, then within 30 days of the date when it could have reasonably been discovered. The public body then has 14 business days to respond.
Thank you, Kevin
Kevin W. Manganaro Assistant Attorney General

From: Larry Kelley
To: kevin.manganaro
Sent: Thu, Oct 16, 2014 10:05 am
Subject: Re: Open Meeting complaint Amherst and UMass

Since the meetings have not yet occurred and there is an opportunity to avoid such a violation by having your office determine that they should be open meetings (I assume UMass personnel would abide by such a decision) how does one go about finding a form to fill out for that kind of a determination?

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Anonymous said...

Seems like the boys at UMass are trying to hide something from you Larry.

Dr. Ed said...

Remember The Wizard of Oz and the "pay no attention to that man behind the curtain"?

That's Planet umASS -- all smoke & mirrors and desperately trying to hide the fact that parents would be better off giving their children a new car than sending them to UMess.

Anonymous said...

As long as it wasn't a subaru, I hate subaru.