Request #17-1162


May 10, 2017

Dear Sir or Madam:

Pursuant to my rights under the California Public Records Act (Government Code Section 6250 et seq.) and the California Constitution, as amended by passage of Prop 59 on November 3, 2004, I am writing to request inspection of the following records, which I understand to be in the possession of your agency:

 -Emails exchanged and/or received between former senior adviser on housing solutions Stacie Spector and representatives from PATH, Alpha Project and/or Father Joe's from January 1, 2017 - Monday, May 8, 2017.

-Emails Spector exchanged with and/or received from mayor's office officials/staff and/or Chief Operating Officer Scott Chadwick and Deputy Chief Operating Officer Stacey LoMedico and their staff between January 1, 2017 and close of business on Monday, May 8, 2017.


I would respectfully request a response within ten days, as statutorily required.

 Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.


Lisa Halverstadt

Voice of San Diego.


May 10, 2017 via web


Public Records Administration


Stacie Spector communications - Set 1

Stacie Spector communications - Set 2

Stacie Spector communications - Set 3

Stacie Spector communications - Set 4

Stacey Spector communications - Set 5

Stacie Spector communications - Set 6

Stacie Spector communications - Set 7


Point of Contact

Jacqueline Palmer

Request Closed   Details Public

02c. Released – Redacted and/or Withheld

All responsive documents have been released except those that have been redacted and/or withheld pursuant to:

[Preliminary draft] Government Code section 6254(a)

[preliminary draft]

Government Code section 6254 (k) [other state or federal law]

Information you have requested is protected from disclosure pursuant to Government Code section 6254(k):

Attorney Client Privilege [Evidence Code section 950 et seq]

Information that falls under the Attorney-Client Privilege is protected from disclosure pursuant to Government Code section 6254(k)[Evidence Code section 950 et seq].

Attorney Work Product Doctrine [Code of Civil Procedure 2018.030]

Information that falls under the Attorney Work Product Doctrine is protected from disclosure pursuant to Government Code section 6254(k)[Civil Code of Civil Procedure 2018.030].

Government Code §6255. Disclosure of the information would chill the City's ability to have open and frank discussions about pre-decisional, deliberative matters.

Government Code §6255. The public interest in the nondisclosure of personal identifying information clearly outweighs the public interest in disclosure. 

December 14, 2017, 12:40pm by Jacqueline Palmer, Public Records Administration Coordinator
Document(s) Released Public
17-1162_SSpector communications_Set 8_Redacted.pdf
December 14, 2017, 11:32am by Jacqueline Palmer, Public Records Administration Coordinator
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