The city on Thursday released more than 4,000 pages of emails involving Mayor Bill de Blasio's communications with outside consultants.
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The move comes after NY1 won a lawsuit requesting the release of the documents.
Back on May 1, a state appeals court of five judges unanimously ruled that the city must honor NY1's request for all correspondence between City Hall and the powerful consulting firm BerlinRosen, which is led by longtime outside adviser Jonathan Rosen.
The city argued that even though Rosen and several other private consultants were not public servants, they served as "agents of the city," exempting them from Freedom of Information requests.
The victory was the latest development in a three-year-long Freedom of Information battle with Mayor de Blasio and City Hall.