[nfbmi-talk] FOIA Request Relative to Executive Order

joe harcz Comcast joeharcz at comcast.net
Wed Feb 29 07:19:43 CST 2012

FOIA February 29, 2012 Relative to Executive Order



Paul Joseph Harcz, Jr.

1365 E. Mt. Morris Rd.

Mt. Morris, MI 48458

E-mail: joeharcz at comcast.net



Re: No. 2012 -2 



To: Mel Farmer FOIA Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

Carla Haynes, FOIA Michigan Commission for the Blind

(via: e-mail)


Dear Mr. Farmer and Ms Haynes,



I am writing today to request any e-mail correspondences between any personnel within the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs during the past two months relative to any transfers in fact or in the powers and duties of the Michigan Commission for the Blind including its board that went into Executive Order No. 2012 -2 .


This should, of course include any correspondences to or from MCB Director Cannon, Deputy LARA Director Arwood, any of the MCB Commissioners, etc.


In addition this should include any correspondences with the Governor or his subordinates and any LARA personnel relative to this Executive order as well.


As a blind person I am demanding, not requesting here that any correspondences in this regard are made in accessible format pursuant to obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, (Title II, subpart e, communications), and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. To wit: all correspondences should be made as either/or simple Word and/or plain text enclosures to my e-mail address listed above, for as you know my computer “talks”.


Any paper or print text related to this request or any other violations of the ADA/504 in these regards are actionable, and are civil rights violations.






Paul Joseph Harcz, Jr.


Cc: MCB Commissioners

Cc: Rehabilitation Services Administration

Cc: National Federation of the Blind of Michigan

Cc: Michigan Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired

Cc: Members Michigan Rehabilitation Council

Cc:   Several Media Outlets

Cc: Several Legislators

Cc: Several Attorneys at Law including Michigan Protection and Advocacy Services





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