Information from WYSH Radio
Updating a story that WYSH Radio brought you last week, officials with the city of Clinton say they are awaiting a response from the Anderson County Mayorâ€™s Office to their response to her request last week for e-mail and other electronic communications involving City Codes Officer Curtis Perez.
Anderson County Mayor Terry Frank requested all e-mails involving Perez and anyone in the County Public Works Office as it pertains to David Crowley, the director of Public Works for Anderson County. CrowleyÂ is under indictment for allegedly inspecting five homes without the proper certification, and that case has resulted in turmoil in the Anderson County Courthouse.
After the request was made last week in Clinton, officials decided to wait for guidance from the University of Tennesseeâ€™s Municipal Technical Advisory Service, or MTAS, as to how to respond, and they placed Perezâ€™s computer into the evidence room at the Clinton Police Department until they received that guidance. The city declined the request for records, saying that it was too vague, but indicated they would provide the desired information when they received a more specific request. [Read more…]