This is the eighth post in my multi-part series about How to make a California Public Records Act. In the first entry
, I discussed the basics of making a request. In the second entry
, I talked about the use of the California Public Records Act by journalists. In the third entry
, I discussed making a California Public Records Act request with SANBAG for a particular purchase order disclosed on one of their agendas. In the fourth entry
, I discussed receiving the initial response to my California Public Records Act request. In the fifth entry
, SANBAG told me that the records were ready. In the sixth entry
, I collected the records. In the seventh entry
, I showed how to make a follow-up request, and I requested new documents from SANBAG. In the eighth entry
, they sent me an electronic response to my request on May 3, 2011. In the ninth entry
, I wrote to SANBAG and asked the status of my request.
Today, May 17, 2011, I received this electronic mail response to my status request of May 16, 2011: “Good morning Sir. I’m hoping to have the information you requested no later than tomorrow afternoon.”
I will continue to write about the California Public Records Act process as it unfolds with these requests.
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