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Our Village has a resident that files FOIA requests once per week and the work to produce the documents has begun to take more and more of staff's time. Is it ever okay not to respond to a FOIA request?
A:  No. Surprisingly, the most common formal opinion issued by the Public Access Counselor is that a public body violates FOIA by ignoring a request (as well as the PAC's request for review!). The most recent formal opinion, Public Access Opinion 18-011, was released September 10, 2018.

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“Executive Privilege and the Spirit of Republicanism in the Washington Administration”  (PDF 3332KB)
University of Maryland Baltimore County, 2014
“Preparing for the Next Protest” (PDF 22KB)
Sonoma County Bar Association, The Bar Journal, Volume 29, Issue 1, Spring, 2012
“Recent Developments in Vested Rights: Maintaining the Status Quo”  (PDF 4977KB)
The Urban Lawyer, Vol. 39, No. 3, Summer 2007, w/ Emily R. Schey
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