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Consumer Watchdog subsequently prompted DTSC to admit $185 million in unbilled or uncollected costs for oversight of polluter cleanups in May of that year in response to a Public Records Act request.
Morton's lawyers discovered the allegedly hidden evidence after receiving Williamson County Sheriff's investigative files through a public records act request in 2008.
But an Internal Services Department report obtained through a Public Records Act request showed that Ridley-Thomas planned to spend $50,520 on woolen carpet and $118,529 on woodwork.
As part of the Daily News review, DWP employees' names, job classifications and salaries were obtained from the city under a California Public Records Act request and were posted on dailynews.
After a Los Angeles Assistant City Attorney refused to answer the Web site's most recent Public Records Act request for draft summaries of the 2001 findings, the LAWA manager of Forecasting and Analysis, Paula McHargue, wrote that the data needs correcting: "It would not be in the public interest to release the information at this time.
Data obtained by the National Coalition for Child Protection Reform through a California Public Records Act request show that from August through December 2009, the number of children thrown into foster care by the Department of Children and Family Services shot up 16 percent over the same period in 2008.
In fact, according to documents obtained by MediaNews through a public records act request, state officials expected California Mega Millions winners to pocket, on average, 14 percent less than winners in the other 11 states.
Recent information disclosed by the DMV through a public records act request reveals that its cost is actually 13 cents per request," Livingston continued.