In other words, the public received accurate information.
It just did not receive enough of it. And if Webb and Muse have their way, the public never will. They'll never know, for example, why Trimble & Nulan--a law firm that counts connections to Webb and Muse chief among its credentials--was paid $50,000 in April. Or why the venerable 17th Street law firm of Holme, Roberts & Owen collected twelve times that for work related to the airport.
There's one way around this impasse. Someone can sue the city to release the records. And in the ultimate irony, if a judge determines that the records are public, the city must fork over the cost of the plaintiff's attorneys.
More money for outside attorneys.
See you in court.