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Subject:

RAIN 09/04: Weekend Update Part 2

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"Kurilecz, Peter" <[log in to unmask]>

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Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>

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There are 25 stories in this posting.


Boston Globe 8/31/01
Report questions secretary of state purchase of software
http://www.boston.com/dailynews/243/region/Report_questions_secretary_of_:.s
html

AP
BOSTON (AP) Secretary of State William Galvin used state money to buy
software that could be used to help his political ambitions, but said he
won't use it for those purposes, according to a published report.
Galvin's office paid $50,000 for the Cognos Corporation's Impromptu and
PowerPlay software for the Southern Essex County Registry of Deeds, which he
controls.


Boston Globe 8/31/01
Tribal water dispute goes to U.S. Supreme Court
http://www.boston.com/dailynews/243/region/Tribal_water_dispute_goes_to_U:.s
html

AP
BANGOR, Maine (AP) Two Maine tribes have followed through on a threat to
take a dispute with paper companies over water quality to the U.S. Supreme
Court.
The petition filed last week in Washington comes after the tribes lost an
appeal of a state supreme court decision giving paper companies access to
tribal records under the Maine Freedom of Access Law.



Chicago Tribune 8/31/01
Investigate team continues to talk our little secrets
http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/lifestyle/chi-0108310029aug31.story?c
oll=chi%2Dleisure%2Dhed

by Judy Hevrdejs
William Bastone and Daniel Green, founding fathers of thesmokinggun.com Web
site, are grateful that Christina Aguilera has a thing for Flintstone's
vitamins, that Jim Morrison wore too-tight leather pants, that Rick "Who
Wants to Marry a Multimillionaire?" Rockwell's old girlfriend had a
restraining order against him.



Washington Post 8/31/01
D.C. wrongly jailed deaf man 2 years
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A20718-2001Aug30.html

by Serge F. Kovaleski and Clarence Williams
A deaf man who is unable to speak and suffers from mental illness was
mistakenly incarcerated at the D.C. jail for nearly two years, lost in a
bureaucracy that relied on inaccurate computer records, mishandled his files
and failed to realize the misdemeanor charge against him had been dismissed.


The Records 8/31/01
Difficult for Little League to spot fake papers
http://www.bergen.com/sports/lleaguespx20010831.htm

by Brian Aberback
The chance that Little League officials would spot a phony birth certificate
is about as rare as somebody hitting a home run off Danny Almonte, the
pitching phenom whose age has become the subject of an international Little
League investigation.
Signing up an overage player, North Jersey officials say, is as easy as
forging a copy of a birth certificate, which is what towns generally require
for registration.



Florida Today 8/31/01
Lawsuit filed to protect Muslims from hate speech in AOL chat rooms
http://www.floridatoday.com/news/tech/stories/2001/aug/tt083101c.htm

AP
SPRINGFIELD, Va. - A federal lawsuit filed Thursday against AOL Time Warner
alleges that America Online has allowed hate speech to go unsanctioned in
chat rooms for Muslims, in violation of federal civil rights laws.
The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Alexandria seeks class-action
status and asks for an injunction requiring AOL to enforce its rules that
prevent members from sending messages that offend community standards.



Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel 8/31/01
UW admissions records confidential, court says
http://www.jsonline.com/news/state/aug01/appeal31083001.asp

AP
Madison - The University of Wisconsin System does not have to provide the
Center for Equal Opportunity application records from its campuses because
the records are confidential under federal law, the state appeals court
ruled Thursday.
The 4th District Court of Appeals ruled that whether the applicants actually
enrolled with the UW System or not, their records were created
confidentially by their high schools, post-secondary schools or educational
testing agencies before they were sent to UW.


Washington Post 8/31/01
Judge grants access to police records in Prince George's
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A22235-2001Aug30.html

by Craig Whitlock
A Prince George's County judge ruled yesterday that several types of police
records are public information and said he would order county officials to
make them available.
The Washington Post sought to obtain the records in several requests filed
under the Maryland Public Information Act, beginning in January 2000. After
Prince George's officials refused the requests, The Post filed suit against
the county last September.



Las Vegas Sun 8/31/01
Time, money cited in work card removal
Metro says over 2 million documents involved
http://www.lasvegassun.com/sunbin/stories/lv-gov/2001/aug/31/512292390.html

by Keith Paul
Purging work card records of Clark County employees who no longer need the
documents would be so time-consuming, it would take 10 full-time employees
more than 14 years of work to accomplish the task, Metro officials said.
Deputy Chief Richard McKee is scheduled to appear before the Clark County
Commission on Tuesday to deliver his estimate, describe the complicated
process of deleting the records of hotel-casino employees and offer possible
plans.


New York Times 8/31/01
Number of tax payments lost at Pittsburgh Center has grown to 40,000
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/08/31/national/31TAX.html?searchpv=nytToday

by Thomas J. Lueck
At least 40,000 tax payments sent this year to a Pittsburgh processing
center have been lost or destroyed, leaving thousands of taxpayers in the
Northeast in confused frustration and federal authorities scrambling to
explain the problem.
Officials of the Internal Revenue Service, who disclosed the problem on
their federal Web site in June, said yesterday that it involved taxpayers in
upstate New York, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts
and Rhode Island. Taxpayers in New York City, Nassau, Rockland, Suffolk and
Westchester Counties are not affected.



New York Times 8/31/01
Scholar: Loot built Coliseum
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/national/AP-Colosseum.html?searchpv=aponline

AP
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Construction of the great Roman stadium known as the
Colosseum may have been paid for partly with booty that Roman soldiers took
from the Temple in Jerusalem nearly 2,000 years ago.
Roman legions destroyed the magnificent Temple, successor to a structure
built by King Solomon in the 10th century B.C., in quelling a four-year
Jewish revolt in A.D. 70. Based partly on what is said to be a fragmentary
inscription from the Colosseum floor, classics professor Louis Feldman from
New York's Yeshiva University writes that booty from the destruction
financed part of the arena that became one of the great showplaces of all
time.



Santa Fe New Mexican 8/28/01
Library workers' health complaints vindicated
http://www.sfnewmexican.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=2277454&BRD=2144&PAG=461&de
pt_id=385202&rfi=8

by Jonathan McDonald
Santa Fe city administrators closed the downtown library Monday evening
after an environmental consultant hired to evaluate the growth of molds at
the facility issued a report calling the building "biocompromised."
City Manager Jim Romero told councilors the popular library on Washington
Avenue could be closed for up to four months for an environmental cleanup.



Seattle Post-Intelligencer 8/31/01
Bush Delays Reagan Records Release
http://seattlep-i.nwsource.com/national/apwashington_story.asp?category=1151
&slug=Bush%20Reagan%20Documents

by Deb Riechmann
AP
WASHINGTON -- For the third time, the Bush administration has delayed
release of 68,000 pages of Ronald Reagan's White House records, including
vice presidential papers from President Bush's father.
The papers were to have come out in January, 12 years after Reagan left
office as provided under law. The White House delayed the release to June
21, then to the last day in August.


Pioneer Planet 8/31/01
UW can't be forced to produce applicants' records
http://www.pioneerplanet.com/news/wis_docs/123073.htm

by Sarah Wyatt
AP
MADISON, Wis. -- The University of Wisconsin System does not have to provide
the Center for Equal Opportunity with application records from its campuses
because the records are confidential under federal law, a state appeals
court ruled Thursday.



Washington Post 8/31/01
Va. Notary convicted in ID scam
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/va/A22213-2001Aug30.html

by Brooke A. Masters
An Arlington notary public was convicted yesterday of immigration fraud and
money laundering in a case that exposed a thriving illegal market in
Virginia driver's licenses and sparked promises of reform at the state's
Department of Motor Vehicles.


Richmond Times Dispatch 9/01/01
$800,000 to fired contractor
VDOT still paying on botched project
http://www.timesdispatch.com/frontpage/MGBYMXYQ2RC.html

by Peter Bacque
The state's Transportation Department is going to pay another $800,000 to a
contractor fired for botching its biggest information technology project.
The highway agency already has paid Woodside Summit Group $45.8 million for
a computerized records system that was never completed, and, the agency
says, likely never will be.



Richmond Times Dispatch 9/01/01
VDOT takes precautions
http://www.timesdispatch.com/frontpage/MGB795WV2RC.html

In the aftermath of the expensive collapse of the state Transportation
Department's integrated document management system project, VDOT has taken
steps to ensure such a financial disaster doesn't happen again, said state
Transportation Commissioner Charles D. Nottingham:


New York Times 9/01/01
Unilever wants P.&G. placed under monitor in spy case
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/09/01/business/01SOAP.html?searchpv=day01

by Julian E. Barnes
Unilever the British-Dutch consumer products company, has demanded that
Procter & Gamble (news/quote) open itself to a third- party auditor to
ensure that P.& G. does not act on information it obtained from corporate
spies who took documents from trash bins, a Unilever spokesman said
yesterday.


Sacramento Bee 9/02/01
Right-to-know crusader Moss was FBI's thorn
http://www.capitolalert.com/news/capalert05_20010902.html

by Michael Doyle
WASHINGTON -- John Moss caught the eye of FBI gumshoes long before he wrote
the pesky Freedom of Information Act.
The late Sacramento-area congressman had a knack, it seems, for getting
under J. Edgar Hoover's skin. But it's only now, thanks to Moss' very own
information-freeing law, that the flavor of FBI distaste for Moss has become
clear.



Chicago Tribune 9/02/01
Combing through the Soviet Archives
Jonathan Brent discusses 'Annals of Communism' series that he oversees
http://chicagotribune.com/features/books/chi-0109010013sep02.story?coll=chi%
2Dleisurebooks%2Dhed

by Elizabeth Taylor
Tribune's Literary Editor
A decade ago this fall, the Soviet Union dissolved, and guarded historical
archives there were opened. Jonathan Brent, editorial director of Yale
University Press and a son of legendary Chicago bookseller Stuart Brent, has
spearheaded an effort to publish documents from those government and
Communist Party archives. The Yale series "The Annals of Communism"
ultimately will comprise 25 volumes spanning the history of the USSR.



Houston Chronicle 9/02/01
Release of Yates' records a legal maneuver
http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/story.hts/metropolitan/1032138

by Lisa Teachey
The release of medical records regarding Andrea Pia Yates' treatment for
depression may garner public sympathy, legal experts said Saturday, but the
primary reason for making them public is routine legal strategy.
Defense lawyers for the Clear Lake mother accused of drowning her five
children filed with the court late Friday more than 1,000 pages of medical
charts and records culled from four hospitals over a two-year period.



Houston Chronicle 9/02/01
Despite flood, the shows go on in Theater District
http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/story.hts/metropolitan/1031434

by Clifford Pugh
In the Houston Theater District, it's starting to look like old times again.

Jones Hall reopens today with the free Texaco Fiesta Sinfónica Familiar
orchestral concert. Tennessee Williams' classic The Glass Menagerie is
riveting audiences at the nearby Alley Theatre.
Houston Ballet's fall season will kick off Thursday with the premiere of The
Pied Piper at the Wortham Theater Center.



New York Times 9/02/01
Sky isn't falling, earth is sinking, and residents are worried
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/09/02/nyregion/thecity/02SINK.html?searchpv=nytT
oday

by Denny Lee
It started as a tiny hole, but grew large enough to swallow a tree. By
springtime, a gaping sinkhole - 20 feet wide and 6 feet deep - had
mushroomed at the northeast corner of Chrystie and Delancey Streets.
The Department of Environmental Protection thought a cracked sewer pipe
could be washing away sediment. The Department of Transportation theorized
that the rumbling of nearby subways and trucks might have caused the
collapse of an unused tunnel.



Silicon.com 9/03/01
Death by data: politician plots ultimate revenge
http://www.silicon.com/public/door?REQUNIQ=999516921&6004REQEVENT=&REQINT1=4
7034&REQSTR1=newsnow

Treasury staff are being forced to sift through thousands of email records
after a Liberal Democrat MP used the Data Protection Act (DPA) to get his
own back.
Fed up with being fobbed off by Gordon Brown's staff, Liberal Democrat
economics spokesman Matthew Taylor has used the DPA to request copies of all
information held about him by the Treasury and other government departments.




Vail Daily News 9/03/01
Vail documents may go digital
http://www.vaildaily.com/news/news_3_09201.html

by Cliff Thompson
Those frustrating days of pawing through dusty archives at town hall in Vail
for that elusive snippet of information may become a thing of the past if a
budget proposal is funded.
The town wants to spend $117,728 for new computer equipment and staffing to
convert the town's existing paper files to digital images that can be
electronically stored, searched and retreived. The problem is, there are
nearly 300,000 pages that will need to be scanned. That's a stack of paper
100 feet high.







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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