City deleted names of companies or persons who made deposits with the City pursuant to escrow agreements relating to negotiations for acquisition of property to be used to develop an aluminum mill. The agreements indicated that proposed participants' identities would not be disclosed without participants' consent. Court rejected claims that disclosure would result in an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy or impair any contractual agreement. Request for attorney's fees was rejected even though the court found that the information was of significant interest to the public and the City had no reasonable basis for withholding. Current Law: §§87(2)(b), (c)


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