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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 14, 2007
“Sunshine Committee” announces agenda for next meeting

OLYMPIA …The Public Records Exemptions Accountability Committee or “Sunshine Committee” will hold its second meeting on Tuesday, September 18. The meeting will be in the Utilities and Transportation Commission’s hearing room located at 1300 Evergreen Park Drive SW in Olympia from 9am to Noon.
 
The Public Records Exemptions Accountability Committee was created by legislation signed into law.  The committee will annually review all exemptions, including newly-passed ones and to recommend repeal or amendment of exemptions to the Public Records Act.

Agenda:

Call to order

Review and approval of minutes from prior meeting

Adoption of final agenda

Consideration of Subcommittee Report on Criteria

Consideration of Subcommittee Report on Format for Information about Exemptions

Schedule for Consideration of Exemptions

Committee business – draft bylaws

Public Comment

Adjournment

Members of the Sunshine Committee:
Thomas Carr, Seattle city attorney (Chair)
Senator Adam Kline
Senator Pam Roach
Representative Lynn Kessler
Representative Jay Rodne
Timothy D. Ford, Assistant Attorney General
John Hughes, Editor & Publisher of The Daily World
Ken Bunting, Associate Publisher of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Frank Garred
Roselyn Marcus, Office of Financial Management
Patience Rogge, Friends of Fort Worden
Ramsey Ramerman, Foster Pepper PLLC
Candy Jackson, N.A.T.I.V.E. Project

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Media Contact: J. Ryan Shannon, Media Relations Manager, (360) 753-2727

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