Nothing in the Freedom of Information act requires the employees of a public agency, or public officials, necessarily, to interrupt their work to immediately fulfill a request to inspect or copy records; rather, the public agency is required to respond to such requests promptly.
Carlson v. Mayor, Town of Vernon
Freedom of Information Commission
November 5, 2012
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