List of all African American Employees in the NJDEP's Historic Preservation Office.

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Dear New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
Records requested:

I am requesting a list of any and all African American's employed by the NJDEP's Historic Preservation Office.

Yours faithfully,

Patrick Duff

DEP records,

Mr. Duff

I have manually entered your request into our database. You can use the tracking number 223484 to check the status of your request. You should receive a response by 2/14/18.

Keith Harley

Agency Services Representative
Office of Records Access
401 E. State Street
P.O. Box 420
Mail Code 401-06Q
Trenton, NJ 08625-0420
Phone: 609-341-3121

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DEP records,

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Mr. Duff:

 

Attached is the responsive record for the above referenced OPRA request.

 

 

 

Records Custodian Mailbox

NJDEP – Office of Record Access

(609) 341-3121

 

 

 

 

Dear DEP records,

Are all of these people currently employed at the Historic Preservation Office? Under status, it shows the letter "I", does that stand for inactive or intern?

Yours sincerely,

Patrick Duff

Dear DEP records,

Can you please clarify things.

1. Are all of the three people listed currently employed the the Historic Preservation Office? If not, give the dates of their employments and positions held.

2. Were Shean McDill and Maya Thomas interns or employees?

Yours sincerely,

Patrick Duff

DEP records,

Mr. Duff

I was informed that I stand for inactive.

Keith Harley

Agency Services Representative
Office of Records Access
401 E. State Street
P.O. Box 420
Mail Code 401-06Q
Trenton, NJ 08625-0420
Phone: 609-341-3121

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Dear DEP records,

Were you able to find out if they were actual employees or if they were just interns? My OPRA request said "employed", which means currently working and being paid, not an intern from 2007. If they have to go back that far to find another black person that has been present in that office, I think they may want to look at their hiring practices.

1. Were Maya Thomas and Shean McDill interns or employees?

Yours sincerely,

Patrick Duff

DEP records,

Mr. Duff:

The three names provided to you are all employees. The "I" indicates "Inactive" and the "A" indicates "Active" with regards to their employment status. Interns are not paid by the NJDEP, but by the organization sponsoring them as Interns.

Matthew J. Coefer, Chief Records Custodian
NJDEP – Office of Record Access
(609) 633-1339

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