Ontario takes cautious stand on officials’ records

City Manager Adam Brown (right) provides input during Ontario City Council deliberations while Larry Sullivan, city attorney, listens. (The Enterprise/Max Egener)

ONTARIO – Ontario city officials said Monday they encourage city councilors to comply with public records law, but they stopped short of saying city councilors are required to do so.

In a statement Monday, City Manager Adam Brown acknowledged the city recently staked a position that city . . .

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