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RECMGMT-L February 2001

Subject:

RAIN 02/16: Looking for a map, subpoenas and voice over data

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Boston Globe 02/15/01
Pequot map found in U.S. House archive
<http://www.boston.com/dailynews/046/region/Pequot_map_found_in_U_S_House_:.
shtml>

Associated Press
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz is seeking
federal help in trying to find the original map that outlines the borders of
the Mashantucket Pequot reservation as established when the tribe won
federal recognition in 1983.
The map, with the borders marked in red ink, may be stored in the U.S. House
of Representatives archives in Washington, Bysiewicz said Wednesday. On
Tuesday she made an official request that it be returned to Connecticut if
located in the federal files.



Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel 02/15/01
Education fingerprinting nets 1,300 with records
http://www.centralmaine.com/news/stories/010215prints_a.shtml

by David Hench
PORTLAND - Maine's controversial new program for criminal background checks
on school workers has turned up roughly 1,300 people who have had
convictions.
That number represents about half the percentage of people in the general
population who typically have criminal convictions, authorities said. And
the convictions could include misdemeanors as well as felonies, infractions
ranging from decades-old shoplifting charges to crimes against children,
which the background checks are designed to reveal.



Daily Herald 02/14/01 (Thanks to B. Menkus for the tip)
Ex-Naperville police officer accused of disclosing confidential information
<http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/cdh/20010214/lo/ex-naperville_police_officer_a
ccused_of_disclosing_confidential_information_1.html>

by Christy Gutowski
Daily Herald Legal Affairs Writer
A former Naperville police officer faces official misconduct charges after
being accused of doling out privileged law enforcement information,
officials said Tuesday.
Michael P. Gohlke, 31, was arrested after a 13-month probe that authorities
initiated based on a tip that the 6-year patrolman may be involved in
illegal activity.
Gohlke resigned Aug. 11, 2000, during the internal probe. He is accused of
disclosing confidential information in November 1999 to a private detective
he had hired in his divorce proceedings.
The information was not related to the divorce, police said.



GovExec.com 02/15/01
Agencies frustrated by order to save Web pages
http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/0201/021501h1.htm

by Shane Harris
The National Archives and Records Administration's requirement that federal
agencies hand over snapshots of their Web pages has again drawn fire from
agency Webmasters and records officials.
On Jan. 12, Deputy Archivist of the United States Lewis Bellardo sent a memo
to agencies ordering them to hand over electronic records showing what their
publicly available Web site pages looked like before the transition of power
to President Bush.
The move is part of an ongoing effort at NARA to preserve for posterity the
online presence of every presidential administration from the Clinton
presidency onward.




Macon Telegraph 02/15/01
Lee proposes an open records resolution; mayor vows to veto
http://web.philly.com/content/macon/2001/02/15/local/accesspubrec.htm

by Andy M. Drury
Macon Mayor Jack Ellis and Councilman Jim Lee are at odds again, this time
over access to public records.
Lee is proposing a resolution that would require the city to react swiftly
to requests for information and forbidding officials from using "delay
tactics," such as requiring that all requests be in writing.
"I hate for people to think we're trying to hide something," Lee said. "My
feeling is we definitely need a written policy."
Ellis vowed Wednesday to veto the measure if it gets by City Council.



Miami Herald 02/15/01
Exhibit has home videos from Florida's past
http://www.herald.com/content/today/news/dade/north/digdocs/039018.htm

The Louis Wolfson II Media History Center and the Historical Museum of
Southern Florida have collaborated on a project that will make accessible
some of the earliest film images of South Florida in an exhibition titled
``Deja View: Home Movies in South Florida.''
Presented in the lobby of the Main Miami-Dade Public Library until May, this
exhibition features rare, recently preserved home movies and amateur footage
from as early as 1915, along with artifacts including home movie cameras,
projectors, and other equipment.




Miami Herald 02/12/01
Net's Eden ends; follow the 10 website commandments
<http://www.miamiherald.com/content/archive/business/columnists/techlaw/digd
ocs/104535.htm>

by Mark Grossman
Whether you like it or not, the utopian days of the Internet being like some
hippie commune from the 1960s are long over. Folks, it's business now.
Where there's business, disputes follow and then come the laws and the
lawyers. Here's a checklist of 10 things to consider so that your website
doesn't become a reason to create a line item in your budget called
``litigation expenses.''
Let's start at the beginning -- creating your website. If you pay someone to
build it for you, you expect to own it. Right? The surprise is that you
don't, unless you have a written agreement that says you do. It doesn't
matter that you paid for it. In fact, nothing matters except that written
agreement. Yep -- it is a trap for the unwary.



Poughkeepsie Journal 02/15/01
Roosevelt mementos fetch record prices
<http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/today/community/stories/co021501s11.shtm
l>

Associated Press
NEW YORK - Bidders paid more than $1 million Wednesday for mementos that
once belonged to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor during the
first session of a two-day sale of Roosevelt memorabilia at Christie's
auction house.
The most expensive item was a silver-framed print of an oil portrait of FDR,
which sold for $76,375. The print was inscribed to Eleanor Roosevelt by the
artist. It was the highest price ever paid at auction for a 20th century
inscribed photograph, according to Christie's spokeswoman Bendetta Roux.




Sacramento Bee 02/15/01
Report: PUC didn't inspect funicular for four years after 1996
<http://www.sacbee.com/news/calreport/calrep_story.cgi?story=N2001-02-15-040
0-0.html>

Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The state Public Utilities Commission did not conduct
formal inspections on the downtown Angels Flight funicular for four years
after the block-long railway resumed service in 1996, PUC records show.
The first inspection in 2000 mainly was a review of Angels Flight Railway
Foundation records, the PUC inspector assigned to the railway said
Wednesday.
PUC transportation engineer Joey E. Bigornia told the Los Angeles Times he
didn't have the technical expertise to inspect the system and reach
conclusions.



Savannah Morning News 02/15/01
Group is looking ahead to its growing space needs
http://www.savannahmorningnews.com/smn/stories/021501/LOChodgson.shtml

by Erin Rossiter
In the wake of celebrating Georgia's birthday, the state's Historical
Society encounters one of its own. The GHS library and headquarters, Hodgson
Hall, turns 125 today.
To celebrate, the society will rededicate the building during a 7 p.m.
ceremony. As part of his remarks, executive director W. Todd Groce will
honor the past and forecast the future of the facility and the GHS, which
has nearly doubled its staff to 20, its membership to 5,500 and its budget
to $1.1 million since being privatized in 1997.
"One of the challenges we're going to face is how do we address our growing
space needs," Groce said.




Enterprise Journal 02/15/01
Board to subpoena jail canteen records
<http://www.enterprise-journal.com/NF/omf/ejournal/ssiuname=WebOSTTN/ssipwd=
TTN9E09CA03/news/news_story.html?rkey=0009327+sid=20010215134830.97D11+cat=n
ews>

by Ernest Herndon
Pike County supervisors Wednesday agreed to subpoena complete financial
records from jail canteen and kitchen operator Paul Brock after he failed to
submit the records supervisors had requested.
In an interview with the Enterprise-Journal, Brock countered that he
submitted all the records supervisors are entitled to see under the terms of
his contract.
"They're making a terrible mistake because the records are clear," said
Brock, who did not attend the meeting.
Supervisors are looking into allegations that Brock did not refund some
inmates their canteen money when they were transferred to other facilities.
Inmates are allowed to deposit money to be used for purchases of snacks,
toiletries and other items from the canteen.



Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 02/15/01
Subpoena of donor list distresses nonprofits
http://www.ardemgaz.com/week/Thu/ark/A01xfoundation15.html

by Elisa Crouch
Soon after Congress directed the William J. Clinton Presidential Foundation
to cough up a donor list by Tuesday, a wave of uneasiness spread over
advocates for nonprofit groups who say they depend on anonymity to raise
money.
Presidential library foundations, for one, consider privacy a birthright. So
do an array of other groups whose advocates and attorneys said Wednesday
that the congressional subpoena could prove to be a dangerous threat to the
First Amendment.



Atlanta Journal Constitution 02/15/01
Open Records: Barnes backs bill to limit release of personal information in
state files
http://www.accessatlanta.com/partners/ajc/epaper/editions/thursday/local_new
s_a3b8786f3528e16f006b.html>

by Kathey Pruitt
As a lawyer and legislator, Gov. Roy Barnes earned a reputation as a
defender of open government. But Wednesday he said too much openness with
Social Security numbers and personal information in state records invites
identity fraud.
Barnes' floor leaders are expected to introduce legislation today removing
Social Security numbers, bank account information, insurance and medical
information, and references to a mother's maiden name from state records
before they're released.
State law already bars release of some of that information from law
enforcement personnel files. But Barnes said that statute doesn't go far
enough to protect Georgia residents as the state prepares to increase
electronic operations encouraging residents to do business with the state
over the internet.


The Telegraph 02/15/01
The other side of the decimalisation coin
<http://www.telegraph.co.uk/et?ac=000140326706927&rtmo=aCTX6aBJ&atmo=aCTX6aB
J&pg=/et/01/2/15/nkew215.html>

by Neil Tweedie
CIVIL servants responsible for launching decimalisation drew up a list of
nightmare scenarios, the worst of which was the sudden death of the Queen
just as four billion coins bearing her likeness were being issued.
In 1969, A R Butler, head of the Decimal Currency Board, warned colleagues
that it would be advisable to consider some of the more obvious hazards
resulting from decimalisation. Files released at the Public Record Office
yesterday show that, among other catastrophes envisaged during the switch to
decimal currency 30 years ago was the destruction of the Royal Mint at
Llantrisant by Welsh Nationalists.




The Telegraph 02/15/01
Conan Doyle's butler did it?
<http://www.telegraph.co.uk/et?ac=000140326706927&rtmo=r93m2hFX&atmo=rrrrrrr
q&pg=/et/01/2/15/nkew115.html>

by Neil Tweedie
IT was a whodunnit worthy of fiction's greatest detective. The crime library
of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, vanishes with a
treasure map shortly before his death only to resurface on the far side of
the Atlantic in the hands of an American collector. Was it the work of the
author himself, or could it have been the final revenge of the butler he
dismissed?
The mystery of the 79 books came to occupy the finest minds in Scotland Yard
and the FBI when the British enlisted the help of J Edgar Hoover to
establish who had stolen the raw material for the adventures of literature's
most famous sleuth.



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Toronto Sun 02/15/01
Tories hiding Key files: NDPer
http://www.canoe.ca/TorontoNews/ts.ts-02-15-0053.html

by Antonella Artuso
Queen's Park Bureau
MPP Marilyn Churley is accusing the Tories of withholding potentially
damning Walkerton documents already approved for public release.
"We're asking what have they got to hide," the NDPer said yesterday.
Churley said the NDP is seeking documents that show the former NDP
government gave four grants totalling $360,000 to Walkerton in 1994 for
water and sewer improvement.


Channel News Asia 02/15/01
Medical records go online at meetdoc.com
http://www.channelnewsasia.com.sg/articles/2001/02/15/techbytes51976.htm

by Judith Tan
Having your medical records online can actually save your life during an
emergency be it in Singapore or abroad.
All that is needed is an access card and password.



Federal Computer Week 02/05/01
Crossed wires
http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2001/0205/fcw-edit-02-05-01.asp

Just as the business of electronic government is coming into its own,
President Bush may have unintentionally set it back about eight years.
Before taking office, Bush had touted e-mail as a means to keep in touch
with - and solicit advice from - his father, the other President Bush, and
brother, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. After his inauguration, however, the new
president decided to bypass e-mail in favor of a good, old-fashioned phone
call. "Now that presidential e-mail is subject to open records, it's going
to be a phone-call relationship," Bush told reporters.
Perhaps Bush has reason to choose voice over data.




Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Manager, Records Management Group
Woodside Summit Group Inc
Midlothian, Virginia
Office: 804-744-1247 x23
Fax: 804-744-4947
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