Open Records Lawsuit and Follow-up Lawsuit


News Items:

2/27/13-DeKalb County news release Environmental Impact of PDK to be studied
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4/08/07-Sampling of government records obtained from DeKalb County and the FAA regarding the Weight Limit on Aircraft at PDK
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02/07-Writing the Final Chapter of the PDK Records Saga- State Representative Mike Jacobs
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12/23/06-Final Court Order issued in Open Records Lawsuit, Superior Court of DeKalb County
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2/3/06-  Homeland Security a Concern at PDK, WSB Channel 2 Action News story
 1/16/06-Validity of PDK Environmental Assessment Challenged, PDK Watch.org
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12/16/05-Open Dekalb then Board Member Feltus received Open Government Hero award, Georgia First Amendment Foundation
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9/26/05-Open Records Lawsuit Update #2
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8/16/05-DeKalb Commission will not appeal court ruling, Atlanta Journal Constitution and GoDeKalb.com
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State Representative Mike Jacobs: “DeKalb County homeowners scored a major victory.”
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State Senator David Adelman comments on legal judgement against DeKalb County
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DeKalb Records on Airport Are Open For Public Inspection Judge Rules, GoDeKalb.com, by Aileen Harris
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Attorney General Thurbert Baker writes opinion on Feltus vs. PDK lawsuit – A contract between the FAA and DeKalb County cannot supercede state law. PDK Watch.org.
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Role of FAA debated in PDK open records hearing. DeKalb residents heard the facts in the DeKalb Peachtree Airport (PDK) open records case debated in a court hearing. June 9, 2005, The Story, by Mary Swint.
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Quick! Hide that Jet!- Creative Loafing Article. DeKalb-Peachtree Airport Keeps Public Info In Its Secret Hangar. By Joel Groover, Creative Loafing – July 1, 2004
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Lawsuit to Secure Public Access to PDK Airport Records. From the Fulton County Daily Report, May 14, 2004. Reproduced by permission
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