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Freedom of Information Group Formed

July 5, 2008 – The first annual meeting of the Virgin Islands Freedom of Information Coalition (VIFOIC) was held at the Schneider Regional Medical Center, sun room cafeteria on June 27.
Jason Budsan was elected as President, former judge Thomas K. Moore is vice president and Denyce Singleton will serve as secretary and treasurer . Harris R. Angell, Bonny Corbell, Patricia Cummins, Paul Devine and Andreas Tietje were elected to the board.
VIFOIC is a nonpartisan, non profit incorporated coalition of individuals and organizations who believe that open government is a cornerstone of our democracy, Budsan said in a release. The coalition is dedicated to protecting and assisting the citizens' right to have open, transparent government; the right to have access to government records: and the right to have access to observe first- hand the decision-making process and meetings of the V.I. government in all its branches, agencies, boards, authorities and other entities.
"We believe in same as the National Freedom of Information," Budsan said.
For more information and how to join, please call 775-6048 to leave your contact information.

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July 5, 2008 – The first annual meeting of the Virgin Islands Freedom of Information Coalition (VIFOIC) was held at the Schneider Regional Medical Center, sun room cafeteria on June 27.
Jason Budsan was elected as President, former judge Thomas K. Moore is vice president and Denyce Singleton will serve as secretary and treasurer . Harris R. Angell, Bonny Corbell, Patricia Cummins, Paul Devine and Andreas Tietje were elected to the board.
VIFOIC is a nonpartisan, non profit incorporated coalition of individuals and organizations who believe that open government is a cornerstone of our democracy, Budsan said in a release. The coalition is dedicated to protecting and assisting the citizens' right to have open, transparent government; the right to have access to government records: and the right to have access to observe first- hand the decision-making process and meetings of the V.I. government in all its branches, agencies, boards, authorities and other entities.
"We believe in same as the National Freedom of Information," Budsan said.
For more information and how to join, please call 775-6048 to leave your contact information.