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|contributor.author||Kansas. Office of the Attorney General||-|
|description||An opinion requested by Marvin Rainey, City of Shawnee. "As City Attorney for the City of Shawnee you ask whether records identifying accrued, but unpaid vacation and sick leave balances constitute "individually identifiable records pertaining to employees" or whether they are "salary" for purposes of the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA). The distinction is important because records identifying salaries are open while individually identifiable records pertaining to employees may be discretionarily closed.
You also inquire whether records identifying accrued vacation or sick leave for which an employee received a cash payment during the last three years of employment are open. The issue, in this instance, is whether the records of these expenditures are open or whether they can be discretionarily closed as individually identifiable records pertaining to employees."||en|
|language.iso||English (United States)||-|
|title||Attorney General Opinion No. 2010-03||en|
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