Open Records Information
Request Form
*Records Requested:
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Do you want copies? Yes No
Do you want to inspect the records? Yes No
Do you want certified copies of records? Yes No
In an effort for transparency of Government and compliance with your state's Right to Know Laws we have setup the following records request options. Please note in some states an agency may deny a requester access to a record if the requester has made repeated requests for that same record and the repeated requests have placed an unreasonable burden on the agency. Additionally, in many states A denial for one record does not restrict the ability to request a different record.

Depending on your state laws a written request for access to records may be submitted in person, by mail, by e-mail, by facsimile or, to the extent provided by agency rules, any other electronic means. A written request must be addressed to the open-records officer. A written request should identify or describe the records sought with sufficient specificity to enable the agency to ascertain which records are being requested and shall include the name and address to which the agency should address its response. A written request need not include any explanation of the requester's reason for requesting or intended use of the records unless otherwise required by law.

Finally, in many states the time for response shall not exceed five business days from the date the written request is received by the open-records officer for an agency. If the agency fails to send the response within five business days of receipt of the written request for access, the written request for access shall be deemed denied. Please check your state laws governing Right to Know information.