City defends refusal to release Marshall confidentiality agreements

In a 12-page legal filing, the city of Richmond defends its refusal to disclose the confidentiality agreements surrounding the departure of former chief administrative officer Byron C. Marshall.

The city says it and Marshall have a “reasonable expectation of confidentiality” that the documents City Council members were asked to sign would not become public.

Read more from the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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