Records of the New York State Legislature are subject to FOIL under a separate provision of that law which delineates the specific records which are subject to public inspection and copying. N.Y. Pub. Off. Law § 88 (McKinney 1988). The "State Legislature" is defined by FOIL to mean "the legislature of the State of New York, including any committee, subcommittee, joint committee, select committee, or commission thereof." N.Y. Pub. Off. Law § 86(2) (McKinney 1988). See Polokoff-Zakarin v. Boggess, 62 A.D.3d 1141, 879 N.Y.S.2d 244 (3d Dep’t 2009) (holding that the State Senate must disclose Senate employee’s time and attendance records as they are included in the list of records that must be disclosed under 88 (3)(b));Weston v. Sloan, 201 A.D.2d 778, 607 N.Y.S.2d 478 (3d Dept. 1994), modified 84 N.Y.2d 462, 643 N.E.2d 1071, 619 N.Y.S.2d 255 (granting access to facts and figures memorializing the expenditure of public funds for legislative printings and mailings, but denying access to copies of newsletters and information targeted mailings). Local legislative bodies are governmental entities within the definition of "agency" and thus subject to FOIL. See generally King v. Dillon, No. 20859/84 (Sup. Ct., Nassau County, Dec. 19, 1984) (granting access to minutes of village board meeting); Malman v. Supervisor (Town of Islip), No. 7361/81 (Sup. Ct., Nassau County, Aug. 20, 1981) (granting access to resolution passed by Town Board).