TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Florida's Commission on Open Government
is nearing the completion of its recommendations.
The panel appointed by Gov. Charlie Crist will discuss its final
It'll be the commission's last meeting before creating that report for the
governor and legislative leaders.
Crist already has acted on one of the panel's earlier recommendations
by signing an Open Government Bill of Rights nearly a year ago.
It requires agencies to treat citizens who ask for public records with
courtesy, respect and professionalism.
Officials also must respond promptly and charge no more than the law
allows for copies.