KRS 61.880 Denial of inspection -- Role of Attorney General.
(2) (a) If a complaining party wishes the Attorney General to review a public agency's denial of arequest to inspect a public record, the complaining party shall forward to the Attorney General acopy of the written request and a copy of the written response denying inspection. If the publicagency refuses to provide a written response, a complaining party shall provide a copy of thewritten request. The Attorney General shall review the request and denial and issue withintwenty (20) days, excepting Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays, a written decision statingwhether the agency violated provisions of KRS 61.870 to 61.884.(4) If a person feels the intent of KRS 61.870 to 61.884 is being subverted by an agency short of denial of inspection, including but not limited to the imposition of excessive fees or themisdirection of the applicant, the person may complain in writing to the Attorney General, andthe complaint shall be subject to the same adjudicatory process as if the record had beendenied.
TIMELINE OF SOTERION CORPORATION PURCHASE OF DRUMANARD ESTATEMary Peabody Jones Fitzhugh is one of three daughters of Lawrence L. Jones Sr.He left an estate valued at some $ 60 million dollars that funded two trusts for his children.The "Daughter's Trust" was formed in 1933 to provide income to his three daughters. Mary PeabodyJones Fitzhugh former owner of Drumanard Estate was the last of the three surviving daughters to passaway when she died in 1997.
Ten years after her death,
the terms of a mediated amendment of the
Irrevocable Trust wereattacked by various relatives in cases which are still before the court in Jefferson County. (
MIDDLETON,CHARLES G. III, ET AL VS. PNC BANK, N.A., Jeff Circuit Court, 07-CI-010053)
(See also 08-P-004886Jeff Probate Court).Mary Jones Fitzhugh owned some or all of the Drumanard Estate since November 1963. Deed Book 3856Page 456 and before the Historic registration of the site which seems to have occurred in 1988 or so. Atthat time, the Jones family was evidently aware of the potential for a route of the East End Bridgeapproach to pass through the property.R. Scott Jones, President of Soterion Corporation seems to be related by blood to Mary Peabody JonesFitzhugh, and other members of the Jones family have signed documents for Soterian transactions,including Norton Jones, and Mary Jones.In July 1997, Soterion Corporation purchased Lots 50 and 51 in Mockingbird Hill Subdivision for$ 675,000 signed by Robert Scott Jones as Vice President.September 1997, Robert Scott Jones and Yvette Jones purchase Lot 37 Locust Hill for $ 325,000 in theirown names . Book 6943 Page 0148.Mary Peabody Fitzhugh died November 18, 1997 and the Court appointed PNC Bank as Executor.Jefferson Probate Case 97-P-05025.March 27, 1998 Federal Notice to produce EIS for Bridges Project.According to the signature on the documents, Attorney Gordon B. Wright helped Mary Peabody Fitzhughand Lawrence Jones III prepare her final Will in 1996. WB 302 PG 168. After her death, Wrightrepresented her Executor PNC Bank to settle the estate. Lawrence Larry Jones III was nephew of Mary