Tag: Georgia Open Records Act

Georgia Attorney General Will Investigate Cherokee County School District

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens said Friday his office will open an investigation into how the Cherokee County School District responded to a citizen’s request for information. The Georgia Open Records Act should give citizens a reasonable path to request information from their local governments, including school districts.  But how open is open when a local school district tries to charge $324,608 for the information?  That happened this week when Atlanta attorney Keith Meador sent a request to the Cherokee County School District. On Monday June 20 Meador sent a request to Cherokee County School Superintendent Frank Petruzielo.  Meador asked for documents including emails and other communications that pertain to the proposed Cherokee County Academy charter school.  The request dates… View Article

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