Daily Camera (Boulder): University of Colorado’s Board of Regents is taking the next step to prevent the release of the name and application materials of a finalist for system president in a search that resulted in Mark Kennedy’s hire.
Attorneys representing the Board of Regents filed a partial motion to stay with the Colorado Court of Appeals on Wednesday, two weeks after Denver District Court Judge A. Bruce Jones denied a similar motion filed in that court.
Jones ordered CU to release the names and application materials of six finalists for system president to the Daily Camera in March 6 ruling, which found that CU violated the Colorado Open Records Act by not previously releasing the records. The Camera had filed a lawsuit against the university system, asking that it be compelled to the release names and application materials of the six people the regents interviewed before choosing Kennedy.
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