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As used in this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings, except where such terms are used in a context which clearly indicates the contrary: Any meeting of a personnel search committee for executive level employment candidates; any chance meeting, or a social meeting neither planned nor intended for the purpose of discussing matters relating to official business; strategy or negotiations with respect to collective bargaining; a caucus of members of a single political party notwithstanding that such members also constitute a quorum of a public agency; an administrative or staff meeting of a single-member public agency; and communication limited to notice of meetings of any public agency or the agendas thereof.
A quorum of the members of a public agency who are present at any event which has been noticed and conducted as a meeting of another public agency under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act shall not be deemed to be holding a meeting of the public agency of which they are members as a result of their presence at such event.
This compilation of the Freedom of Information Act is unofficial and for the convenience of the public only. While every effort was made to attain complete Law paper violation of freedom of herein, the reader is advised to consult the Connecticut General Statutes for the official codification of the law.
Division of Criminal Justice deemed not to be public agency, when. For the purposes of subdivision 1 of sectionthe Division of Criminal Justice shall not be deemed to be a public agency except in respect to its administrative functions. Application of freedom of information provisions to agency committee composed entirely of individuals who are not members of the agency.
Any public agency may petition the Freedom of Information Commission before establishing a committee of the public agency which is to be composed entirely of individuals who are not members of the agency, to determine whether such committee may be exempted from the application of any provision of the Freedom of Information Act.
If the commission, in its judgment, finds by reliable, probative and substantial evidence that the public interest in exempting the committee from the application of any such provision clearly outweighs the public interest in applying the provision to the committee, the commission shall issue an order, on appropriate terms, exempting the committee from the application of the provision.
Reserved for future use. Freedom of Information Commission. Such members shall serve for terms of four years from July first of the year of their appointment, except that of the members appointed prior to and serving on July 1,one shall serve for a period of six years from July 1,one shall serve for a period of four years from July 1,and one shall serve for a period of six years from July 1, Of the two new members first appointed by the Governor after July 1,one shall serve from the date of such appointment until June 30,and one shall serve from the date of such appointment until June 30, One by the president pro tempore of the Senate, one by the minority leader of the Senate, one by the speaker of the House of Representatives and one by the minority leader of the House of Representatives.
Such members shall serve for terms of two years from July first of the year of their appointment. Any vacancy in the membership of the commission shall be filled by the appointing authority for the unexpired portion of the term.
The commission shall maintain a permanent office at Hartford in such suitable space as the Commissioner of Administrative Services provides. All papers required to be filed with the commission shall be delivered to such office.
Said commission shall have the power to investigate all alleged violations of said Freedom of Information Act and may for the purpose of investigating any violation hold a hearing, administer oaths, examine witnesses, receive oral and documentary evidence, have the power to subpoena witnesses under procedural rules adopted by the commission to compel attendance and to require the production for examination of any books and papers which the commission deems relevant in any matter under investigation or in question.
In case of a refusal to comply with any such subpoena or to testify with respect to any matter upon which that person may be lawfully interrogated, the superior court for the judicial district of Hartford, on application of the commission, may issue an order requiring such person to comply with such subpoena and to testify; failure to obey any such order of the court may be punished by the court as a contempt thereof.
The commission may amend the model ordinance from time to time. When the General Assembly is not in session any vacancy shall be filled pursuant to the provisions of section A vacancy in the commission shall not impair the right of the remaining members to exercise all the powers of the commission and three members of the commission shall constitute a quorum.
The commission may enter into such contractual agreements as may be necessary for the discharge of its duties, within the limits of its appropriated funds and in accordance with established procedures.
Denial of access to public records or meetings. Service of process upon commission. Failure to comply with a request to so inspect or copy such public record within the applicable number of business days shall be deemed to be a denial.
A notice of appeal shall be filed not later than thirty days after such denial, except in the case of an unnoticed or secret meeting, in which case the appeal shall be filed not later than thirty days after the person filing the appeal receives actual or constructive notice that such meeting was held.
For purposes of this subsection, such notice of appeal shall be deemed to be filed on the date it is received by said commission or on the date it is postmarked, if received more than thirty days after the date of the denial from which such appeal is taken.
Upon receipt of such notice, the commission shall serve upon all parties, by certified or registered mail, a copy of such notice together with any other notice or order of such commission.
In the case of the denial of a request to inspect or copy records contained in a public employee's personnel or medical file or similar file under subsection c of sectionthe commission shall include with its notice or order an order requiring the public agency to notify any employee whose records are the subject of an appeal, and the employee's collective bargaining representative, if any, of the commission's proceedings and, if any such employee or collective bargaining representative has filed an objection under said subsection cthe agency shall provide the required notice to such employee and collective bargaining representative by certified mail, return receipt requested or by hand delivery with a signed receipt.
A public employee whose personnel or medical file or similar file is the subject of an appeal under this subsection may intervene as a party in the proceedings on the matter before the commission. Said commission shall, after due notice to the parties, hear and decide the appeal within one year after the filing of the notice of appeal.Foreword to the Third Edition.
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