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Leonard DeLayo replaces Bob Johnson, the first and only executive director of the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (FOG), who died recently at age 84.
DeLayo is an attorney and longtime school board member in Albuquerque.
“Leonard has the background and legal training and a strong desire to promote open meetings and open records and that makes him a good match,” said Jack Swickard during an interview this morning.
Swickard is a FOG board member, longtime newspaper man and current president of the Triton Group in Roswell.
FOG is an educational and charitable organization designed to help the general public, students, educators, public officials, media and legal professionals understand, obtain and exercise their rights including:
• First Amendment rights;
• rights and responsibilities under the New Mexico Open Meetings Act;
• Inspection of Public Records Act;
• Arrest Record Information Act, and
• rights under the federal Freedom of Information Act.
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