Are there fees involved in getting records?

Fees for public records are as follows:

Electronic records - No charge Single-sided copies - $0.15 each Double-sided copies - $0.20 each True copy certification (under Notary Seal) - $1 per certification Postage - By weight and delivery type Special Charge - If a request requires extensive use of information technology resources or clerical or supervisory assistance or a review by legal staff, then a special service charge may be imposed.

Payment for public records shall be collected before the materials are released or made available for inspection. You will be notified once estimated costs have been determined.

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1. How do I contact the SWA's Public Records Custodian?
2. What are public records?
3. How can I request a public record?
4. Are there fees involved in getting records?
5. When will I get the records?
6. Where can I find more information about public records?
7. What is the policy regarding email communication and public records requests?