3) information regarding once a piece of equipment (playground) is purchased and installed at a County park, who is responsible for making sure that it meets safety guidelines on a regular basis. That is, if New Castle makes an effort to do so.
Named as respondents in the complaint were the Honorable Dennis Greenhouse, County Executive, Mr. William Kapa, Director of Parks and Recreation, and Mr. Charles Fitzpatrick, Executive Assistant. The County was thereafter served the complaint by the Attorney General.
The County's response to the complaint indicated that the Complainant's request had not been denied. It further stated that the response was scheduled to be completed during the week of July 17, 1995.1 The County's response also stated that the Complainant filed a pro se complaint in Superior Court containing a court alleging a violation of the Act. See, Christine M. Auer v. New Castle County, Del. Super., C.A. No. 95-06-221. Count II of the Complaint deals with the instant Freedom of Information Act violations. John F. Brady, Deputy Attorney General has reviewed the Court docket sheet to confirm these facts.
Since this matter now rests within the jurisdiction of the
1 No copy of the County's response has been received by this office as of the date of this opinion.