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Employee Evaluations Can Be Released, Kentucky Court Says

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· Story link A Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled that public employee evaluations should be released when the public’s interest…

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A Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled that public employee evaluations should be released when the public’s interest in performance outweighs the individual employee’s privacy rights, and said privacy concerns in those cases can be met with redaction of personal information. The ruling grew out of a Louisville case where parks employees were investigated in the disappearance of donated sports equipment. (4/14/06)