Thursday, November 3, 2016

Outzen Breaks Down Sunshine Center

Rick Outzen breaks down three months of activity from the City of Pensacola "Sunshine Center" today on his blog.

http://ricksblog.biz/inside-sunshine-center-all-things-are-not-equal/

Questions that arise from my review of Rick's data:

  • The City is paying Matt Schaud $60,000 a year to handle an average of less than two (2) records requests a day?
  • Other media and blogs (PNJ, Pulse, WEAR) have a lot of City information that doesn't come from records requests.  I guess good press gets special treatment.
  • Records requests by Council being in the system has been and always will be ridiculous.
  • Council requests show that some Council members don't have to play by the same rules either.
  • Wu never requests anything...he doesn't care.
  • Some of this stuff looks interesting...may get a copy for myself.
Biggest question:



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kerrigan doesn't have to go through the Sunshine center like everyone else or pay fees. His boy toy Hayward feeds it to him so Bob can write his rants about anyone not on Team Hayward. The partners at Kerrigan, Estes, McCloud and Thompson must be so proud of their senior partner.

Anonymous said...

Bobby K is a complete moron. Does anybody really value anything this idiot says? He doesn't even try to hide his undying devotion to Hayward who is nothing more than a preppy thug who should be in prison. His frequent visits to Beggs and Lane tell a story of his complaisance in the malfeasance throughout Hayward's administration. He's so stupid and arrogant that he believes something is so just because he says it. So sick of a**holes like him.

Anonymous said...

What is the yearly billing to the public by the Sunshine Center?

Anonymous said...

There's an ever present dark cloud over the "Sunshine Center". It was created in response to the mayor and his administration's illegal activities. The "Sunshine Center" was supposed to make access to public information easier when in reality it was created to delay, divert, and deny access to public information. Obviously, it's only necessary to deny information when there's something to hide. Access to this information would further highlight Hayward's epic failures, malfeasance and breaking the law. Meanwhile, Kerrigan supports this lawlessness with meaningless rhetoric. He's exactly the type who gives lawyers a bad name.

Anonymous said...

Hayward is the least of our troubles now that we elected Scam Artist in Chief yesterday.