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Public records include all documents, papers, letters, maps, books, tapes, data processing software, or other materials, regardless of their physical form, characteristics, or method of transmission, made or received by any agency in connection with the transaction of official business, regardless of their physical form, characteristics, or method of transmission. FS 119.011(12).
If the request takes less than 20 minutes of staff time and no significant resources are used, there will be no labor charge. Instead, there will be the cost of duplicating the records.
Turnaround time to fulfill public records requests varies depending on the type of record requested.
Public records copies can be requested in several ways. You can request an electronic copy (if available), by mail or through our Online Public Records Village Clerk Portal. You can also pick up copies in person.