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Comptroller won't say who filed complaint

It may remain a mystery who contacted the State Comptroller of the Treasury about a possible open meetings violation by McMinnville officials.
That information is not open to the public at this time, says Comptroller Justin P. Wilson.
“Unless we look into it and make an official report on it, we keep the complaint information confidential,” Wilson said. “If we do a report, we will then make the complaint information available.”
Wilson refused to comment on the complaint.
“We don’t make comments about the complaints received,” Wilson told the Standard. “We contact the chairman of the entity telling them ...

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