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Depending upon staff availability,
the nature of the request, and the volume of records being requested all
records requests will be filled as soon as practicable and without
The State Library only redacts requested information where the Public Records Law requires.
• Information concerning litigation
• Protected information about threatened and endangered species
• Protected personal information (e.g., social security numbers, personal tax information, etc.)
record includes any writing containing information related to the
conduct of the public’s business used or retained by a public body.
Public record does not include any writing unrelated to the conduct of the public’s business.
A public records request does not pertain to information readily
available through the State Library website, published in an agency document such
as a brochure, booklet, pamphlet, or other printed material readily
provided to the public on a complimentary basis. A request for this type
of information is considered a general request for information and can
be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All readily available documentation and existing records are subject to release per the Public Records Law.
The State Library cannot create or manipulate documents or data in response to requests for public record.
The State Library of Oregon may charge fees for public records in accordance with the DAS Statewide Policy 107-001-030.
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