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  • Sacramento watchdog group demands millions of emails from city

    Local watchdog organization Eye on Sacramento held a news conference Thursday to call out city officials for their alleged refusal to turn over millions of emails slated for deletion. City officials have called the emails "transitory" and "irrelevant" to the public record. Video by Marissa Lang, The Sacramento Bee

Local watchdog organization Eye on Sacramento held a news conference Thursday to call out city officials for their alleged refusal to turn over millions of emails slated for deletion. City officials have called the emails "transitory" and "irrelevant" to the public record. Video by Marissa Lang, The Sacramento Bee mlang@sacbee.com
Local watchdog organization Eye on Sacramento held a news conference Thursday to call out city officials for their alleged refusal to turn over millions of emails slated for deletion. City officials have called the emails "transitory" and "irrelevant" to the public record. Video by Marissa Lang, The Sacramento Bee mlang@sacbee.com

No resolution in dispute over Sacramento city email deletion

July 23, 2015 6:20 PM

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