It is being applied to increasingly wider areas beyond employment,   including lending,  housing, college admissions, voting rights and elsewhere. Equal opportunity provisions have been written into regulations and have been debated in courtrooms.
And thus, our sunshine-averse Mayor could veto any amendment to reinforce it. As District 5 Supervisor, Breed repeatedly defied the Sunshine Ordinance by evading public records requests. Petrelis sent 2 reminder emails.
Unlike Breed, other Supervisors responded to the same request. Trouble is, some of those tweets entail City business. The case was timely because a March State Supreme Court ruling San Jose v Superior Court established that public business conducted on personal electronic devices or accounts is subject to disclosure.
Breed's stonewalling was odd. To an identical request from Petrelis in JanuaryBreed had responded with a list of 20 names. So in AugustPetrelis filed sunshine complaint Over the next 7 months, the SOTF and its committees scheduled 5 hearings to assess the case. Breed never attended, despite several SOTF reminders "to explain the basis of your decision to withhold requested records.
The rebuke stirred the Mission Local to describe Breed as one who "continually flouts public records law" and "has no patience for public records requests or the task force that oversees them.
Breed's aversion to public scrutiny of her public service isn't new. When the Board of Supervisors voted to disclose its calendars and the names of participants in its official meetings, Breed voiced the sole no vote.
On second reading, Breed folded. Yet, that September she deployed her unique aversion to calendar disclosures as a litmus-test for SOTF applicants. When the SOTF met in Juneit found his request was unduly broad and asked him to whittle it down. Nobody from Breed's office appeared. Although her aides Connor Johnson and Iris Wong did attend a follow-up sub-committee hearing, Breed was cited for dodging the full SOTF hearing and failing to respond in any way to a records request.
The SOTF unanimously cited Breed for failure to provide the records — and for failing to appear or send a representative to its hearing. Offended, Johnson claimed he hadn't seen Hartz's request, had no responsive records, and had replied - to the Clerk of the Board!
By then, Hartz had received the requested records from other Supervisors. Nevertheless, Breed's aides were instructed to send a written response directly to Hartz - after 7 months. Astoundingly, he was told that Breed didn't keep calendars.I.
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