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Public employees break records law

Two employees of the city of Pensacola are charged with violating Florida's public records law.
The state attorney's office says they are *non-criminal violations stemming from two complaints.

City Administrator Bill Reynolds and Press Secretary Derek Cosson were both charged with failure to provide public records.
Investigators say they failed to send copies of new city logos requested by Former City Council Woman Diane Mack.

Reynolds is also charged with releasing exempt information.
Investigators say he gave copies of a discrimination complaint and his response  *without being asked  to Former City Council Woman Maren Deweese.