|This is what government blackout looks like|
I wanted to point folks to my editorial for this week. It comes with an assist from John Ullom, who originally requested the information. Here it is:
I won't repeat it all here, but suffice to say the attachment is one of many redacted pages submitted by attorneys working for the Coastside Fire Protection District. Those attorneys are taking the stance that any description of their work whatsoever would amount to a violation of attorney-client privilege.
I think it's outrageous. And I would respectfully like to ask district directors to advise their contractors to supply the public information. They may of course redact anything of true privilege. I just can't believe that includes every single charge on these pages.