Because town respondents failed to prove that they reviewed requested personnel records to determine whether they reasonably believed that their disclosure would constitute an invasion of privacy prior to notifying the employees involved of the request for such records, the respondents violated C.G.S. §1-214(b).
Cotton v. Personnel Director, City of Meriden
Freedom of Information Commission
November 19, 2012
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