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Riverhead supervisor announces new online access to Town Board meeting documents

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Riverhead supervisor announces new online access to Town Board meeting documents
Riverhead Supervisor Tim Hubbard on Friday announced changes being implemented to provide the public with more access to information related to Town Board meetings and work sessions.
Tim Hubbard as the newly elected supervisor for the town of Riverhead located in Long Island has made some good changes regarding the public’s access to information.
The town will be posting meeting agendas with documents online Friday for meetings scheduled to occur on a Tuesday or a Wednesday.
Correspondence submitted to the Town Clerk will be posted on the town clerk’s web page on the town’s website and will be included in the board meeting packet.
The supervisor said making these documents publicly available online will eliminate the need to file Freedom of Information Law requests to obtain them, as had been the practice.
We need more town supervisors to take this proactive approach to provide information to the public.

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Paul is the founder of the NY Coalition For Open Government and has truly loved seeing it become what it is today and is excited about its future growth.

As an attorney for 32 years, he is a partner in the law firm of Berzer & Wolf. Prior to his private law practice, Paul served in several government positions with the Buffalo Common Council, Buffalo Housing Authority, and Erie County.

When he is not practicing law and doing open government stuff, Paul enjoys spending time with his spouse, Cheryl, and his three children, Michael, Joseph, and Julia. Paul resides in Amherst, NY, a suburb of Buffalo.

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