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Atherton council members incensed at being denied report

Original post made on Oct 18, 2009

Atherton City Council members and residents alike are agitating for the release of an investigator's report probing charges of wrong-doing by employees in the town's building department. An expert on public records law said it was "incredible" that town staff was blocking a city council's access to a report it clearly was entitled to see.

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