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Monday, August 18, 2014

Ind. Gov't. - "Kosciusko County Commissioners Mull Public Record Fee Changes"

From Stacey Page Online, some quotes from an August 12th story by Phoebe Muthart:

Kosciusko Clerk of the Circuit Court Ann Torpy proposed an ordinance amending charges for certain information from the clerk’s office. The ordinance deals with computer records, voter history and certain information, including the lists of voters. Also, it deals with any other information available to the public under Indiana law.

Any information generated by the clerk’s office is entitled to impose a charge for duplicating election records. Currently, is costs $10 per CD diskette for voter history for the entire county and 2 cents per page for a computer print-out of voters. Torpy’s proposal is to lower the cost of the CD, but raise the price for each page to 5 cents.

County commissioners did not make a decision. Kosciusko County Councilman James Moyer is currently looking into fees charged by each department in the county. The board decided to wait and do changes, if any, all at once.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on August 18, 2014 08:44 AM
Posted to Indiana Government