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Guidelines for Submitting Public Records Requests

Pettis County Ambulance District Public Records Request


 To ensure transparency and ease of access to public records, Pettis County Ambulance District will post commonly requested records on its website for viewing. Public records which are not maintained on the website may be requested by contacting the record's custodian by use of the below form.

As per the By-Laws of the Pettis County Ambulance District states that meetings, records, votes, actions, and deliberations of its Board of Directors be open to the public unless otherwise provided by law. The applicable contents of RSMO. Chapter 610 shall be liberally construed and their exceptions strictly construed to promote this public policy. 

Public Records Request (Non-Medical) Custodian of Records: Ryan Newsom, 201 W. 4th St. Sedalia Mo. 65301. This is a request for records under the Missouri Sunshine Law, Chapter 610, Revised Statutes of Missouri.

If portions of the requested records are closed, please segregate the closed portions and provide me with the rest of the records.
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PCAD Fees for Record Production 

Physical Copies (Including Cost of Materials):

  • Hourly Fee for Search, Research and Duplication: $12.30
  • On Paper Copies: 10 cents per page
  • On portable media (Thumbdrive) $10 per 64 GB of data
  • On Compact Disk: $2.25 per 700 MB of data (Typically requests will fit on a single disk)

Fees for transmission of Documents electronically (Email)

  • Hourly Fee for Search, Research and Duplication: $12.30
RSM0. 610.026-Acceptable Fees for Records 

  610.026.  Fees for copying public records, limitations — fee money remitted to whom — tax, license or fee as used in Missouri Constitution Article X, Section 22, not to include copying fees. — 1.  Except as otherwise provided by law, each public governmental body shall provide access to and, upon request, furnish copies of public records subject to the following:

  (1)  Fees for copying public records, except those records restricted under section 32.091, shall not exceed ten cents per page for a paper copy not larger than nine by fourteen inches, with the hourly fee for duplicating time not to exceed the average hourly rate of pay for clerical staff of the public governmental body.  Research time required for fulfilling records requests may be charged at the actual cost of research time.  Based on the scope of the request, the public governmental body shall produce the copies using employees of the body that result in the lowest amount of charges for search, research, and duplication time.  Prior to producing copies of the requested records, the person requesting the records may request the public governmental body to provide an estimate of the cost to the person requesting the records.  Documents may be furnished without charge or at a reduced charge when the public governmental body determines that waiver or reduction of the fee is in the public interest because it is likely to contribute significantly to public understanding of the operations or activities of the public governmental body and is not primarily in the commercial interest of the requester;

  (2)  Fees for providing access to public records maintained on computer facilities, recording tapes or disks, videotapes or films, pictures, maps, slides, graphics, illustrations or similar audio or visual items or devices, and for paper copies larger than nine by fourteen inches shall include only the cost of copies, staff time, which shall not exceed the average hourly rate of pay for staff of the public governmental body required for making copies and programming, if necessary, and the cost of the disk, tape, or other medium used for the duplication.  Fees for maps, blueprints, or plats that require special expertise to duplicate may include the actual rate of compensation for the trained personnel required to duplicate such maps, blueprints, or plats.  If programming is required beyond the customary and usual level to comply with a request for records or information, the fees for compliance may include the actual costs of such programming.

  2.  Payment of such copying fees may be requested prior to the making of copies.

  3.  Except as otherwise provided by law, each public governmental body of the state shall remit all moneys received by or for it from fees charged pursuant to this section to the director of revenue for deposit to the general revenue fund of the state.

  4.  Except as otherwise provided by law, each public governmental body of a political subdivision of the state shall remit all moneys received by it or for it from fees charged pursuant to sections 610.010 to 610.028 to the appropriate fiscal officer of such political subdivision for deposit to the governmental body's accounts.

  5.  The term "tax, license or fees" as used in Section 22 of Article X of the Constitution of the State of Missouri does not include copying charges and related fees that do not exceed the level necessary to pay or to continue to pay the costs for providing a service, program, or activity which was in existence on November 4, 1980, or which was approved by a vote of the people subsequent to November 4, 1980.