Calabrese, Police Benevolent Association of New York, Inc.(2) , Seelig, C. Bennett, South Shore Press Inc., Taylor, Toledo, Wagstaffe v. City of New York Police Department, Office of the Attorney General, Irving, Lockheed Martin, Markowitz, Newman, NYC Off Track Betting, New York Racing (2001), New York Racing (2008), New York Regional, NYS Electric, Niagara Mohawk (1) and (2), City of Oswego, Passino, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine v. Strojnowski, Capital Newspapers (4), Carnevale (1), Carnevale (2), Chebere, Cornell, De Luca, De Maria, De Oliviera, Faulkner, Fink, Gannett Newspaper v. ABC News was granted access to names and business addresses of the principals of check cashing businesses licensed by Banking Department; other aspects of license applications, such as residence addresses, were denied on the basis of §87(2)(f) in order to protect the lives and safety of applicants and their families.
Research Foundation of the State of New York, Hopkins, Hudson, Kalish, Kline, Laveck, Lee Enterprises, Legal Aid Society, Leeds, Maddux, Mc Andrew, Miller v. City of Saratoga Sprins, New York State Defenders, Norton (2), Perez, Powhida, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Schreier, Schein, Schuldiner, Shaw (3), C. Smith (3) and (4), Simpson, South Shore Press Inc., Steele, Todd (Minor & Major), Tri-State (2), URAC, West 41st Street, Wurster Abel, Allen Group, Aurelius, Bahnken, Bahnker, Bashford, Beyah, Billups (1), Billups (3), Brown (2) and (3), Brownell, Buffalo Broadcasting (2), Burtis (2), Bly v. P., Darnowski, DJL Restaurant, Faxton, Franklin (2), Geostow, Gannett Newspaper v. of Monroe, Green (1), Hawley, Hudson, Johnson (3), Laureano, Laveck, Legal Aid (1) and (3), Loevy & Loevy, Lynch, Mitchell (3), Mooney, Muniz, Nalo, National Alliance, City of Newark, Newsday LLC v. Task Force on the Future of Off-Track Betting, Saxton, Sciascia, Seniors for Safety, C. Smith (2), Spencer, Stronza, Sunset, Surace, TJS of NY, Inc., Tobin, Verizon v. Empire State Development Corporation, Alicia, Boomer v. New York City Police Department and Department of Correction, Gomez v. Hynes, Legal Aid Society, Green, Leibowicz, Marino v. Suffolk County Department of Public Works, Norton (2), NYS Assoc.
City of Yonkers, Carnevale (1), Carnevale (2), Catskill, Catskill Alliance Heritage Alliance, Inc. Nassau County Police Department, New York Racing Association (2010), NYS Assoc. Division of the Budget, and Franchise Oversight Board, Rebello, Redmon, Rodriguez, Rose, Rushford, Sanchez v. of Homes, New York Civil Liberties Union, Paz, Rattley, Reynolds, Robert, Saxton, Timoney v.
Acme Bus Corp., Alderson, Bancks, Beechwood, Beyah, Village of Brockport, Browning-Ferris, Canandaigua, Castle House Development Corp. City of New York Police Department (2), Catskill Alliance Heritage Alliance, Inc. Office of the Governor, Century House, Corvetti, Cross-Sound, Davidoff, Daily News L.
P., Dealy-Doe-Eyes Maddux, Delvecchio Family, Ehrich, Fenstermaker, Gallogy, Gannett v. Dist., Glens Falls, Grace, Gray, Hearst Corporation v. of Transportation, Niagara Environmental, New York Civil Liberties Union v.
A request asking for record keeping and retention, policy guidelines and statistics pertaining to the surveillance of Muslim individuals, businesses, and organizations throughout New York City and surrounding areas is exempt from disclosure.
Such a request is exempt because it reveals sources and methods that, if revealed, could create a risk to the safety to officers and their sources.
Hogan, Planned Parenthood, Rainey, Regenhard, Reese, Robles, Rodriguez, Rold (1), Ruberti, Scott (2), Siegel, Stein, Stevens, Tobin, Thomas v. Russo, Dupont, Echevarria, Empire (1), Espiritu, Franklin, Huston, Irwin, James, Hoyer, Newcomer v. Feuerstein, Hassig, Karlin, Klline (2), Kooi, Laureano, Mantica, Mc Ferrin-Clancy, Miller (1), Morris, Mullady, Murphy, National Alliance, Newsday (3), Newsday (6), Newsday v. of Transportation, Newton, New York Committee for Occupational Safety & Health v. Hynes, Joseph, Kassebaum, Kwoczka, Laureano, Miller (1), Newsday LLC v. Sought records relating to the request for proposals, but was denied access because it “would impair present or imminent contract awards or collective bargaining negotiations.” Petitioner filed an Article 78 but prior to the decision the respondents disclosed the documents, which left only attorney’s fees issue to be decided.
NYC, Tri-State (2), Westchester Rockland (1), Willson, Newsday (4), Van Ness, Abel, Brooklyn College, Coalition of Landlords(3), COMPS (Major & Minor), De Corse, Empire (1), Federation, Gannett (3), Golbert, Goodstein, Hudson, Krauss, Livson, Massaro, New York State United Teachers (1), New York State United Teachers (2), New York Teachers, New York Veterans, Nicholas, Person-Wolinsky, Samuel, Schenectady County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals v. Strojnowski, Argentieri, Baynes, Buffalo Broadcasting (2), Cap. NYS Office of Attorney General, Troy Sand & Gravel, United Food, Warder, Washington Post, Westchester Rockland v. State of New York, Office of the Attorney General, Jones v. NYS Office of the Attorney General, Smokes, Stein, Timmons, Timoney v. Commissioner, Levine, Martin, Mc Crory, Medina, Mendez, Mendoza, Mixon, Norden, City of Oswego, Pennington v. Bloomberg, New York News (1) and (3), New York Times, John P., Pennington (1), Property Valuation, Rabinowitz, Ragusa, Reape, Robinson, St. Claims Services, Inc., Wasserman, Williams, Williams v 106 Clarkson Realty LLC, Wise, Zuckerman, Almodovar, Bernstein, Brownell, Brusco, CAT ASI, Coleman, Corvetti, Daily Racing Form, Davidoff, De Corse, Floyd-Frigerio, Held, Housing Works, Hudson, Inner City (2), Kalish, Kirshtein v. Held that a petitioner may be entitled to attorney’s fees when it substantially prevails and the agency had no reasonable basis for the denial or did not respond within the statutory time.
Calabrese, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine v. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Rodriguez, Ruberti, Sagaponack, Stein, Schreier, Tobin, Urban Justice Center v. Hynes, Hall, Harvey, Hightower, King, Mullgrav, Newton, New York News (4), Newton (2), C. Smith (4), Smokes, Westchester-Rockland (7), American Broadcasting, American Society, Brownstone (3), Buffalo Teachers, Empire Center for New York State Policy v.
New York Police Department, Whitfield, Almodovar, Argentieri, Benedict, Bernstein, Canandaigua, Carnevale, Carty, CAT ASI, Chambers, Coleman, Couch, Council of Regulated Adult Liquor Licenses, Cosgrove, Covington, Dickman, Doe, Flower, Floyd, Held, Town of Hempstead, Irving, Jacoby, Jamison, Jefferson, Jones v. New York State Teacher’s Retirement System, Joint, Krauss, New York Teachers, New York Veterans, Police Benevolent Association of New York, Inc.(2)Allen Group, Bannon, Bellamy(1), Bellamy (2), Brodie, Brownell, Chatham, DJL Restaurant, Erie Boulevard, Gannett Newspaper v. Of Monroe, Hameed, Humane Society, Johnson (3), Marrone, Metts, New York Civil Liberties Union, Ragusa, Rainbow News, Smith v. of Public Works, Stengel, Town of Waterford, Tuck-It-Away, Waterford v. of Environmental Conservation, West Harlem, White v.
Mills, Scott (2), Siegel, Smigel, Stevens Blain, Anonymous, Buffalo Evening News (1), Buffalo News (2), Cap. P., Day, Elentuck, Farrell, Gannett (2), Geneva Printing (1) and (2), Hawley (2), Henner, Herald (4), Kerr, Kwasnik, Lewis (1), La Rocca, Minerva, Mothers, Mulgrew, Mulgrew v. Newspapers (4), Citizens for Alternatives, Encore (2), Irwin v Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency, Kerr, Newsday (5), Rumore, Russo, C. Commissioner, Khatibi, Lebron, Mixon, Moore, Riley-James, Ramos v. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Urban Justice Center v. Clark, Pelt, Qayyam, Sanders, Sunter (2), Swinton, Vann, Acosta, Alliance, Aliano (2), Belth, Belth v. Newspapers (1) and (3), Clegg, Children's Rights, Coalition of Landlords(3), Collins, Daily Gazette, Green, Fitzpatrick, Gannett (1), Gannett v. Joseph's, Sam, Scott (2), Shedrick, Short, Smith v. David, Lecker, Legal Aid (1), Linz, Mc Allan, Mullady, Murray (1), Newsday v. In this case, since all the proposals were submitted and acted upon at the time of the request, there was no reasonable basis for denial and attorney’s fees were awarded.