I can’t imagine why they are stalling. With luck, Prof Tublitz will get these names in time for me to post them before the bargaining session with Jamie Moffitt starts:
On Mar 13, 2015, at 10:22 PM, tublitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear Ms Joubran:
I submitted the following request over a month ago. Can you please tell me why your response is taking so long and when I will be supplied with the requested information? It is a simple request that should not take very long to fulfill.
Thanks very much,
On 2/13/2015 2:59 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Dear Mr. Tublitz:
The University of Oregon, Office of Public Records has received your
public records request for”) a list of the names and titles of all
University employees and family members who received free tickets, free
transportation and/or free accommodations to the College Football
playoff semi-final game between Oregon and Florida State played on Jan
1, 2015 at the Rose Bowl, Los Angeles CA; and, 2) A separate list of the
names and titles of all University employees and family members who
received free tickets, free transportation and/or free accommodations to
the College Football playoff championship game between Oregon and Ohio
State played on Jan 12, 2015 at AT&T Stadium, Arlington TX. For each
person, please list whether they received free tickets, free
transportation and/or free accommodations,” on 02/13/2015, attached.
The university is uncertain whether it possesses the records you have
requested. However, the university will search for the records and make
a response to your request as soon as practicable.
If documents exist and may be provided, the office will provide the
documents electronically to avoid a copy fee of 25 cents per page. The
office also charges for the actual cost of making public records
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locating, gathering, summarizing, compiling, reviewing, tailoring or
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Thank you for contacting the University with your request.
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