Disappearing records

A reader contacted us wanting to know the name of the firm that has received the contract to do the architectural work for EPISD’s proposed new central office.

Our earlier post EPISD board out of line was written after having read the January 8, 2015 board materials.

Going back to the district’s web site we attempted to re-read the meeting documents.  We got this screen:

episdminutesmenu

There is no provision to find the January 8 meeting.

We then tried to use the general search feature to see if we could find the minutes and got this result:

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Success!  The search provided a link to the minutes of the board meeting so we clicked on the link.  We got this:

episdnolonger

Clicking on the suggested link did not provide access to board meeting materials.

Whether this is deliberate or accidental,

We deserve better

Brutus

2 Responses to Disappearing records

  1. Accidental Deletion says:

    Computers don’t delete themselves, someone did it a la IRS.
    Search the files, it will tell who made the deletion and then ask .

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  2. Jim Tolbert says:

    Looks like the same ITs running the City of El Paso web site are running the EPISD site. Follow the trail of omissions.

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