A.   The disclosure of information, whether a charge has been filed or not, or revealing the contents of any file is prohibited except in the following circumstances:
      1.   A written request is received by a party or party's attorney following a probable cause determination.
      2.   If the commission has issued a right to sue letter, a party or a party's attorney may have access to the commission case file on that complaint. (Ord. 03-4105, 12-16-2003)
      3.   If a mediation agreement regarding a housing complaint is made public according to the provisions of section 2-4-2 of this title.
      4.   The final investigative report is made available to the parties or a party's attorney according to the provisions of section 2-4-2 of this title. (Ord. 15-4650, 12-15-2015)
   B.   No member of the commission staff shall disclose the filing of a charge, the information gathered during the investigation, or the endeavors to eliminate such discriminatory or unfair practice by conference, mediation, conciliation or persuasion, except as may be necessary to conduct an investigation of a complaint. Nothing in this section shall prevent the commission from releasing such information concerning alleged or acknowledged discriminatory practices to the state civil rights commission, the United States civil rights commission, the federal equal employment opportunity commission, and other agencies or organizations whose primary purpose is the enforcement of civil rights legislation. This section does not prevent any complainant, witness or other person from publicizing the filing of a complaint or the matter therein complained of. Violation of these provisions by a member of the commission or its staff shall constitute grounds for removal. (Ord. 03-4105, 12-16-2003)