I had a class today on the Sterling Hotel. It had a long series of photographs taken by the engineering company that did the structural analysis. Because it interested me (And I would like to be able to show the 'save the Sterling' enthusiasts the scope of what would have to be done), I put in a 'Right-to-Know' request.
Let's see how long it will take for the city to get back to me. This isn't me being snippy. I'm still waiting for Attorney Vinsko to E-mail me a copy of the city charter. He promised it to me back in August 2010. He said, "you'll have it by Monday, Tuesday at the latest." Maybe I should have made him tell me WHICH Tuesday.
Honestly, they don't have to do much. Give me written permission, and I can just copy the presentation from today. Since I was at work, I had to do it by E-mail. Wanna bet it gets 'lost'?
Dan Emplit WBFD
Add on Edit: I'm man enough to point out when I am wrong. Jim Ryan and Cathy Macko Payne got back to me (by Email) almost immediately. And the pictures were in my possession in 2 days. I was very wrong about their professionalism, and they have my apologies for it.