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How do I find info about public employees such as salaries, benefits, computer and cell phone records paid for by the public?

Ken Little
StarNews

A spokeswoman for N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper recommends this Open Government Guide published by Cooper’s office: http:///www.ncdoj.com/Top-Issues/Public-Integrity/Open-Government.aspx

“This guide is a great tool for understanding North Carolina’s Public Records Law. Readers should be able to find out what kind of employee information a state or local government agency must make public upon request,” Jennifer Canada says.

A specific request should be directed to the agency where the employee works, Canada adds.

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One Response to “ How do I find info about public employees such as salaries, benefits, computer and cell phone records paid for by the public?”

  1. On December 4, 2009 at 7:02 pm Toni wrote:

    I wished that everyone would get off this subject. In today’s economy it is tough and I think as a newspaper you should not be slingling garbage at folks. I don’t work for the State or county but I do find it annoying to ready. If I want to know anything about their salaries I can go to the link you provide. Put up some positive news that brings a smile to your face.



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