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Diana Urban

March 28, 2012

Representative Urban,

It has now been six business days since my FOI request with no response from you. At this point, the FOI act of the Connecticut General Statutes prescribes that I file an appeal based on an administrative denial.

Sec. 1-206. (Formerly Sec. 1-21i). Denial of access to public records or meetings. Appeals. Notice. Orders. Civil penalty. Service of process upon commission. Frivolous appeals.

(a) Any denial of the right to inspect or copy records provided for under section 1-210 shall be made to the person requesting such right by the public agency official who has custody or control of the public record, in writing, within four business days of such request except when the request is determined to be subject to subsections (b) and (c) of section 1-214, in which case such denial shall be made, in writing, within ten business days of such request. Failure to comply with a request to so inspect or copy such public record within the applicable number of business days shall be deemed to be a denial.

In the interest of saving you, myself and the FOIC the time and hassle of going through an appeal just to get you to release documents that are a matter of public record in the hands of a public official, I will delay filing my appeal until tomorrow (03/29/2012). It would be in everyone's best interest for you to provide this data before my appeal is filed.


Richard Burgess
Connecticut Carry, Inc
Ph: 203-208-9577