All GovQA requests - SFMTA - Immediate Disclosure Request

twitter.com/journo_anon filed this request with the San Francisco Mta of San Francisco, CA.
Due Oct. 19, 2021
Est. Completion None
Status
Awaiting Response

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From: twitter.com/journo_anon

Immediate Disclosure Request - Dear San Francisco Mta and its Department Head:

Pursuant to the Sunshine Ordinance and CPRA, please produce:

1. Each request for information submitted through GovQA or submitted through another mechanism by a requester but entered into or tracked using GovQA by your agency, in 2021, even if (and especially including) such request is not currently visible to the public (this includes all requesters, no matter who they are, not just me)
2. For each request in (1): All communications back and forth with the requesters, including but not limited to all clarifications, limitations, extensions, denials, withholdings, productions, redaction keys, and justifications
3. For each request in (1): The responsive records as you produced them to the earlier requester, with all redactions, keys, and justifications.
4. For each request in (1): The original unredacted versions of all records responsive to the request. Why am I asking for this? Because it forces you to properly redact the records, and key them with justifications, if you did not do so earlier. Note that if you followed the law when redacting records to the earlier requester, this request would be identical to #3. Do not delay your answer to request #3 for this request.

You may efficiently respond to parts 1 through 3 of this request by opening to the public all of your 2021 GovQA requests, their responsive records, and all communications back and forth. Note that many departments who make most requests public on GovQA for some reason do NOT make the communications back and forth visible to the public. You will need to publish everything.

Do NOT make this request itself inaccessible in GovQA. If I cannot access the request without creating an account or logging in with GovQA, I may allege a violation of Gov Code 6253.3 and/or the interpretation of the Court in Santa Clara Co. v First Amendment Coalition prohibiting extra-statutory restrictions on public access or allowing NextRequest to control the access to public information.

Use rolling response: All records must be produced the same business day they are collected, see Admin Code 67.25(d).

I expect full compliance with the Sunshine Ordinance and CPRA and may appeal every violation of the law. Preserve all originals of all responsive records.

Sincerely,
twitter.com/journo_anon

From: twitter.com/journo_anon

Immediate Disclosure Request - Dear San Francisco Mta and its Department Head:

Pursuant to the Sunshine Ordinance and CPRA, please produce:

1. Each request for information submitted through GovQA or submitted through another mechanism by a requester but entered into or tracked using GovQA by your agency, in 2021, even if (and especially including) such request is not currently visible to the public (this includes all requesters, no matter who they are, not just me)
2. For each request in (1): All communications back and forth with the requesters, including but not limited to all clarifications, limitations, extensions, denials, withholdings, productions, redaction keys, and justifications
3. For each request in (1): The responsive records as you produced them to the earlier requester, with all redactions, keys, and justifications.
4. For each request in (1): The original unredacted versions of all records responsive to the request. Why am I asking for this? Because it forces you to properly redact the records, and key them with justifications, if you did not do so earlier. Note that if you followed the law when redacting records to the earlier requester, this request would be identical to #3. Do not delay your answer to request #3 for this request.

You may efficiently respond to parts 1 through 3 of this request by opening to the public all of your 2021 GovQA requests, their responsive records, and all communications back and forth. Note that many departments who make most requests public on GovQA for some reason do NOT make the communications back and forth visible to the public. You will need to publish everything.

Do NOT make this request itself inaccessible in GovQA. If I cannot access the request without creating an account or logging in with GovQA, I may allege a violation of Gov Code 6253.3 and/or the interpretation of the Court in Santa Clara Co. v First Amendment Coalition prohibiting extra-statutory restrictions on public access or allowing NextRequest to control the access to public information.

Use rolling response: All records must be produced the same business day they are collected, see Admin Code 67.25(d).

I expect full compliance with the Sunshine Ordinance and CPRA and may appeal every violation of the law. Preserve all originals of all responsive records.

Sincerely,
twitter.com/journo_anon

From: San Francisco Mta

City and County of San Francisco

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Hi there

Your first City and County of San Francisco record request (request number #21-5604) has been submitted.
It is currently unpublished and is not available for the general public to view.

As the requester, you can always see the status of your
request by signing into the City and County of San Francisco Public Records
portal here.

If you haven't already activated your account,
click here to get started.
Once your account is activated, your request will be visible at the following link:
Request #21-5604.

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From: San Francisco Mta

City and County of San Francisco

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Hi there

A message was sent to you regarding record request #21-5604:

I am confirming that we received your Public Records Request today and we assigned it as PRR#21-5604. 

Our department will identify and compile the requested information. The Sunshine Ordinance requires departments to respond as soon as possible or within ten calendar days from receipt of any records requests. Therefore, I will contact you as soon as the responsive documents are ready and will do so on or before October 22, 2021, as permitted by San Francisco Administrative Code § 67.21(b) and California Government Code § 6253(c).

Please note that the mayor has suspended the immediate disclosure 24 hour response time during the pandemic.

Sincerely,

Caroline Celaya

Manager, Public Records Requests 

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

1 South Van Ness Avenue, 7th floor

San Francisco, CA 94103

Caroline.Celaya@sfmta.com

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