AG scolds LVCS for multiple violations of records law

AG scolds LVCS for multiple violations of records law

From the Las Vegas Optic

Las Vegas City Schools illegally withheld documents and charged unlawful fees for access to public records, according to a determination letter issued Jan. 27 by the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General.

The OAG’s determination was issued in response to multiple violations of New Mexico’s Inspection of Public Records Act, or IPRA, reported to the OAG by Robertson High School volleyball coach Stacy Fulgenzi.

In the determination letter, Assistant Attorney General John Kreienkamp called Fulgenzi’s allegations of IPRA violations “well-founded.”

“The District violated IPRA in several respects,” Kreienkamp wrote. “The extent of these violations of the law raises enormous concerns as to the District’s conduct and decision-making process.”