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HomeMy Public PortalAboutPRR 15-2007From: Bhatia, Gurman (CMG-WestPalm) [mailto:gbhatia@pbpost.com] Sent: Monday, October 19, 2015 2:16 PM To: Rita Taylor<RTaylor@gulf-stream.org> Subject: Gulf Stream Public Records Request Oct. 19, 2015 PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST Pursuant to Article I, section 24 of the Florida Constitution and Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, I request an opportunity to inspect and copy the following public records: I would like to review any and all Request for Reasonable Accommodation forms submitted to the city by members of the public since Jan. 1, 2010, through the date that this request is fulfilled. If these forms - exist strictly as paper records, we will review those. If the city has converted the paper records to an electronic database to capture all of the information required on the form, we request the entire electronic database including all records dating back to the initiation of the database. I would be happy to speak with someone at the city to clarify this request. If you deny this request in whole or in part, I request that you advise me IN WRITING, as required by section 119.07(1)(e) and (f), Fla. Stat., of the particular statutory exemption upon which you are relying and that you state with particularity the reasons for your conclusion that the record is exempt. If an asserted exemption applies to only a portion of a record, please delete the portion that you claim is exempt and release the remainder of the record as required by section 119.07(1)(d). If maintained electronically, I request these records be provided in an electronic format that can be imported into standard database software. Examples of such formats include an Excel .xIs or .xlsx file, an Access .mdb or .accdb file, a text -based delimited file such as .csv or tab -delimited .txt, a Abf file or an SQL dump readable by standard open -source database software. (A PDF file would not comply with this request because PDF files are not readable by database software.) If this information is stored in a relational database, I request it be provided in its original relational format, not "flattened" or de - normalized. The Palm Beach Post will pay for the "actual cost of duplication" of the public records as defined by Florida Statutes, section 119.011(1). Please advise me of these costs before taking any billable steps. In light of the nature and importance of the records, I request that the records be made available within no more than seven (7) days. If any questions arise please contact me at 561-8204493. Sincerely, Gunman Bhatia Data Reporter, The Palm Beach Post Cell: 516-263-6094 1 Work: 561-820-4493 gbhatia@pbpost.com @surmanbhatia TOWN OF GULF STREAM PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA Delivered via e-mail October 27, 2015 Gurman Bhatia [mail to: gbhatia@pbpost.com] Re: GS #2007 (Gulf Stream Public Records Request) I would like to review any and all Request for Reasonable Accommodation forms submitted to the city by members of the public since Jan. 1, 2010, through the date that this request is fulfilled. If these forms exist strictly as paper records, we will review those. If the city has converted the paper records to an electronic database to capture all of the information required on the form, we request the entire electronic database including all records dating back to the initiation of the database. I would be happy to speak with someone at the city to clarify this request. Dear Gurman Bhatia [mail to: gbhatia(i´┐Żyboost.coml, The Town of Gulf Stream has received your public records request dated October 22, 2015. Your original public records request can be found at the following link hM://www2.¢ulf- stream.ore/weblink/0/doc/68572/Pa2el.asyx. Please refer to the referenced number above with any future correspondence. Please be advised that no such records exist. We consider this matter closed. Sincerely, Town Clerk, Custodian of the Records