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Subject:

RAIN 12/17: Weekend Update Part 2

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Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>

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Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>

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South Bend Tribune 12/16/00
N.D. sociologist accesses information on race riots from archives
<http://www.southbendtribune.com/stories/thisday/local.20001216-sbt-FULL-A1-N_

D__sociologist_.sto>

by Ken Bradford
Dan Myers is amazed at his good fortune.
Information is the crude oil of academic research. It provides the fuel for
new ideas and knocks the rust off old ones.
And Myers, a sociology professor at the University of Notre Dame, is sitting
on a geyser of material that had been whispered about among researchers in
his field.
Myers, almost by accident, controls the archives from the Lemberg Center for
the Study of Violence, formerly at Brandeis University.



The Age 12/16/00
Melbourne Tullamarine rail link documents to go on display
http://www.theage.com.au/breaking/0012/16/A5745-2000Dec16.shtml

AAP
A series of key impact reports on the proposed $300 million rail link between
central Melbourne and Tullamarine Airport will be on public display from
February.
The 13 reports will cover issues including noise, safety and social impact.
Plans are expected to include lengthy underground sections of track and an an
underground station at the airport.



Rutland Herald 12/16/00
Documents denied in Danforth case
http://rutlandherald.nybor.com/News/AtAGlance/Story/17073.html

by Tracy Schmaler
MONTPELIER - A former Vermont State Police officer will not be able to use
confidential records to try to prove her claims of discrimination against the
Department of Public Safety, according to a decision by the Vermont Labor
Relations Board.
Citing concerns over privacy and relevance, the Labor Relations Board
declined to release internal affairs documents relating to two other State
Police officers to Gloria Danforth.
Danforth, a former detective sergeant, was seeking access to documents
involving possible internal affairs investigations of Lt. Dennis Madore, the
former head of Gov. Howard Dean's security detail, and Lt. Bruce Lang.



Fort Myers News-Press 12/16/00
FGCU to house Koreshan papers
http://www.news-press.com/news/today/001216koreshan.html

by Alison Gerber
Florida Gulf Coast University will keep thousands of documents detailing the
history of the Koreshan commune carved out of Estero wildlands more than 100
years ago.
Under an agreement signed this month by FGCU and the Koreshan Unity
Foundation, the documents will be catalogued and stored in an archive section
of the planned $18 million expansion of the school's library.
The expansion won't be complete until 2003.
But Irv Solomon, a history professor who spearheaded the agreement, said he
will begin working on the cataloguing with students next semester.



Canton Repository 12/16/00
Agency to improve training, travel records
http://www.cantonrep.com/newstemplate_main.php?ID=48985&r=7

by Ed Balint
CANTON - The Stark County Department of Job and Family Services will use a
central database and new forms to keep better track of its travel and
training needs.
County commissioners, who have been overwhelmed by the amount of travel in
the department, recently asked the department for information about employee
travel and training.
Job and Family Services recently answered the request.
Job and Family officials met with Commissioner Jane Vignos last week to
discuss the matter.
So the department and commissioners can easily retrieve information about
training, a database will track all training for all employees in the
Children Services, Child Support and Income Maintenance, and Job Training
divisions. It should be operational in January.



Trenton Times 12/16/00
Senate eyes records access
<http://www.nj.com/news/times/index.ssf?/news/times/12-16-2PRCFSYC.html

by Michael Jennings
TRENTON -- After months of wrangling, the Senate will decide on Monday
whether to significantly increase public access to government records.
Though he failed to resolve the differences between Attorney General John
Farmer and the New Jersey Press Association, Senate President Donald
DiFrancesco, R-Scotch Plains, has scheduled a Monday vote on the bill that
would update the state's public records law. That measure, enacted in 1963,
is widely regarded as the nation's weakest.
The bill has been greatly revised since the Assembly unanimously passed it in
June. DiFrancesco and the bill's primary sponsor, Sen. Robert Martin,
R-Morris Plains, have added provisions to address the concerns voiced by a
host of groups.



Huntsville Times 12/16/00
Retiring probate judge scolds commission
Riddick says delay of computer system denies him his 'last hurrah'
http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/Dec2000/16-e1943.html

by Steve Doyle
Retiring Madison County Probate Judge Frank Riddick scolded county
commissioners Friday for denying him his "last hurrah" - a $473,000 computer
system to speed up the tedious task of recording property deeds and marriage
licenses.
Riddick said he's traveled as far as Kentucky to check out machines. He's had
vendors haul their equipment to Huntsville for tests. He even found a way to
pay for it: a $4 fee tacked onto most documents recorded by the probate
judge's office.
Since he did all the legwork, Riddick said, the system should be installed
under his watch. He retires Jan. 16



Spokane Spokesman-Review 12/10/00
Color dots help control paper chase
http://www.spokesmanreview.com/news-story.asp?date=121000&ID=s891783

by Beverly Smith Vorpahl
Spokane _ Mary E. Vassel Hill, an accredited genealogist, has developed a
color-coded filing system to help those of us who get inundated with pieces
of paper, all accumulated in the noble name of research.
Hill's plan is set forth in "Family Roots Organizer," for Video Training
Series, produced by 123 Genealogy of Hurricane, Utah.
She delivers the material in the manner of the college professor she is. Hill
has taught this method to students of family history and genealogical
research as an instructor at Brigham Young University; at seminars and
classes; and teaches it now at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City,
where she's on staff.
Watching the two videos is like attending a seminar, seated in the front row
with an unobstructed view of Hill as the keynote speaker.



Pioneer-Planet 12/16/00
Unable to protect own data, government in no position to demand privacy rules
http://www.pioneerplanet.com/seven-days/1/opinion/docs/037102.htm

by Sonia Arrison
By all accounts, privacy will be a top issue when Congress reconvenes. But
before eager legislators pass new rules, they need to fix government's many
privacy problems, beginning with Carnivore, the FBI's Internet wiretapping
system.
Carnivore has the ability to intercept and access e-mail and other electronic
communications. Through a box that the FBI installs on the network operation
centers of an internet service provider (ISP), Carnivore can chew through any
message in the ISP's network. But the FBI claims to look at messages sent or
received only from criminal suspects after obtaining a warrant.



Mobile Register 12/14/00
International vital records book out
http://www.al.com/news/mobile/Dec2000/14-a409326a.html

"The International Vital Records Handbook, Fourth Edition" by Thomas Jay Kemp
offers a complete, up-to-date collection of vital record application forms
from each of the states and from nations throughout the world.
As applications for vital records vary from state to state and country to
country, Kemp has gathered copies of all the currently available applications
and formulated this one-volume guide. This provides the necessary forms and
ordering information for the vital records you will need for such records as
driver's licenses, passports, jobs, social security, proof of identity, etc.



Associated Press 12/16/00
Olympic bribery case files released
http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/ap/20001216/sp/oly_bribery_files_1.html

by Paul Foy
Associated Press
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Nearly 10,000 pages of confidential files in the
Olympic vote-buying scandal reveal Salt Lake's now-indicted bid executives
might have taken a page from organizers of the Nagano Games.
The files organized A-Z by International Olympic Committee (news - web sites)
delegates were released to The Associated Press on Saturday by the Salt Lake
Organizing Committee.
They show Tom Welch, the bid chief, and Dave Johnson, his deputy, chased
their Olympic dream by doing everything from consulting fortune tellers to
rushing emergency cash to IOC members' wives.
The documents include new allegations Japan paid $100,000 per vote when
Nagano won the 1998 Winter Games over Salt Lake City, which was widely
recognized as having the better technical bid.



Boston Globe 12/16/00
Former officer won't get secret police papers
http://www.boston.com/dailynews/351/region/Former_officer_won_t_get_secre:.sht

ml

Associated Press
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) The Vermont State Police can keep documents detailing
internal affairs investigations of two officers secret, the state Labor
Relations Board has ruled.
The board ruled Friday that former Detective Sgt. Gloria Danforth will not be
able to use the documents to try to prove her contention that she was fired
for alleged misdeeds, while the two male officers were retained despite more
serious offenses.
Danforth was seeking access to documents involving possible internal affairs
investigations of Lt. Dennis Madore, the former head of Gov. Howard Dean's
security detail, and Lt. Bruce Lang.



Asbury Park Press 12/16/00
Access bill in for a battle
http://www.app.com/news/app/story/0,2110,330740,00.html

Gannett State Bureau
TRENTON -- After days of strained negotiations, a new Senate proposal that
would make it easier for the public to gain access to government documents is
acceptable to a number of parties in the protracted dispute, but not to
prosecutors who worry that investigation files will be made public.
Senate President Donald T. DiFrancesco, R-Union, whose office worked on the
proposal, said the bill attempts to address concerns raised by media and
good-government advocates who want to change New Jersey's notoriously weak
1963 public records law.



Editor & Publisher Online 12/11/00
Florida Sunshine gets the vote
State's public-access laws are lauded by editors
http://www.mediainfo.com/ephome/news/newshtm/stories/121100n5.htm

by Joe Strupp
Florida's sunshine laws - among the best public-access statutes in the
country - have been key tools for reporters covering the ongoing presidential
recount story there, according to veteran journalists. Many of those involved
in the coverage said reporters are getting easier access to voting records,
court proceedings, and public information than they would in most other
states.
"Most states ought to be as open as Florida," said Leonard Downie Jr.,
executive editor of The Washington Post. "If this were taking place in the
District of Columbia or Virginia, there would be a lot more unanswered
questions."



Halifax Herald Limited 12/16/00
Insurers win right to see abuse-claim documents
Justice Dept. must reveal memos, minutes, notes, judge decides
http://www.herald.ns.ca/cgi-bin/home/displaystory?2000/12/16+169.raw+NovaScoti

a+2000/12/16

by Sherri Borden
The Justice Department must hand over to its insurers confidential documents
relating to a $56-million compensation program it set up for people who claim
they were abused in provincial youth institutions, a judge has ruled.
The program, created in 1996 to settle abuse claims out of court, has paid
1,243 former residents about $39 million in compensation and therapy costs.
The province is suing seven insurance companies to recover monies paid out
through the program.



Las Vegas Review-Journal 12/16/00
Signatures focus of prevailing wage hearing
http://www.lvrj.com/lvrj_home/2000/Dec-16-Sat-2000/business/15048680.html

by A. D. Hopkins
A handwriting expert testified that signatures on 10 disputed documents used
to set prevailing wages are indeed those of a man who can't remember signing
them.
Others testified the documents were presented to him while he was under heavy
medication following serious surgery.
That testimony emerged Friday when Nevada Labor Commissioner Terry Johnson
conducted a three-hour hearing to settle a controversy over the prevailing
wages he announced in October. Nevada law requires that contractors on public
works pay at least the wage that "prevails" in a county, but the labor
commissioner must determine through a survey what that wage is for each
craft.



Electronic Telegraph 12/17/00
Computer errors give thousands criminal records
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/et?ac=000140326706927&rtmo=0x0ebKsq&atmo=0x0ebKsq&p

g=/et/00/12/17/ncrim17.html

by David Hamber
Home Affairs Correspondent
THOUSANDS of innocent people will be wrongly branded as criminals when police
records are released to the public for the first time next year because of
"significant inaccuracies" in force files.
Elizabeth France, the Data Protection Registrar, has warned Jack Straw, the
Home Secretary, that a large number of new certificates to be issued by the
Criminal Records Bureau could contain false information.
The certificates will be issued from next June, when individuals will be able
to buy copies of their own criminal records at a cost of about 10. Employers
in sensitive areas such as childcare and teaching can demand to see the
certificates before taking on an applicant.




Bangkok Post 12/17/00
Bail records on computer
http://www.bangkokpost.com/today/171200_News05.html

City police stations have been told to keep computer records of government
officials who use their positions to guarantee bail for suspects.



Nando Times 12/16/00
Massive files released in SLOC bribery case
http://www.nando.com/noframes/story/0,2107,500290809-500460974-503062792-0,00.

html

Paul Foy
Associated Press
SALT LAKE CITY (December 16, 2000 7:56 p.m. EST http://www.nandotimes.com) -
Nearly 10,000 pages of confidential files in the Olympic vote-buying scandal
reveal Salt Lake's now-indicted bid executives might have taken a page from
organizers of the Nagano Games.
The files organized A-Z by International Olympic Committee delegates were
released to The Associated Press on Saturday by the Salt Lake Organizing
Committee.



Modesto Bee 12/16/00
History of black LA officers depicted in calendar
http://www.modbee.com/state/story/n349.html

Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Old photos found in the Los Angeles Police Department's
archives have been put into a calendar highlighting 114 years of service by
African American officers.
It was three years ago when Sgt. John Thomas, who was hired as an aide to
Chief Bernard C. Parks, was asked to search the archives for photos to
decorate his boss' office.
But he didn't stop there.





Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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