It is good to be the City of Beverly Hills… Besides all the obvious reasons like being home to many of the rich and famous, it seems they are also home to – making their own rules. The latest example is BH totally defying state laws requiring them to keep email records for at least two years. The City Council voted to continue to keep the written correspondence for a mere 30 days.
The local newspaper BH Courier mentioned it in let us just say, a few words…
Despite a state law requiring local governments keep all written correspondence for up to two years, the City of Beverly Hills will continue to retain its e-mail records for just 30 days after a 3-2 vote by the City Council on Tuesday.
Gosh! I wish I could set all my own rules! What is really going on here? What do you think?
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