Content of folder "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov

Phil Mocek filed this request with the Department of Information Technology of Seattle, WA.

It is a clone of this request.

Tracking #

C073565-042221

Multi Request Content of folder "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov
Due Aug. 25, 2021
Est. Completion May 20, 2022
Status
Awaiting Response

Communications

From: Phil Mocek

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Washington Public Records Act, I hereby request the following records:

Content of folder/directory "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov. Please provide as a ZIP file and send via e-mail attachment or, if that is not feasible, then please send via postal mail on CDROM.

*** PLEASE DO NOT ASK ME TO USE YOUR WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE (I.E., YOUR "RECORDS PORTAL") IN ORDER TO COMMUNICATE REGARDING THIS REQUEST OR TO RECEIVE RESPONSIVE RECORDS. ***

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.

I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 5 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Phil Mocek

From: Department of Information Technology

Dear Phil Mocek,

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Request C073565-042221:
" Content of folder/directory "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov. Please provide as a ZIP file and send via e-mail attachment or, if that is not feasible, then please send via postal mail on CDROM."

From: Department of Information Technology

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Dear Phil Mocek,
This acknowledges receipt of your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021 regarding: Content of folder/directory "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov. Please provide as a ZIP file and send via e-mail attachment or, if that is not feasible, then please send via postal mail on CDROM.
Pursuant to RCW 42.56.520, this is notification that the City of Seattle has received your public disclosure request. At this time, we anticipate that we will be able to provide the requested records or a first installment of records on or about May 15, 2021.
Sincerely,
Kristen Glundberg-Prossor
Public Disclosure Team
Seattle Information Technology
To monitor the progress, update this request, make payments and download your responsive records please log into the Public Records Request Center. (https://u8387795.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=nZGH0ylxadMp5hTpNkeAFviDtVI0tY9qlScAy70AuycP1XwYeBxe2dkmm-2BUNj1MXzLjQ2IPF8mfWPKR-2B8BEPLx678OHY5jwarMrWruV4zjk-3DtKFn_-2FIbtYoMhLaAN1vPJg2-2FScDhqnm0OOleGWzP4qzZfA45ewLKKZNIFiErjZxOmRCIl-2BMeRqAEV0KUMIlV7myqX8G1qMVJmOZLcuKqMOWgHLAMZhGAPvXfwgi7cRTz3r-2BRBdmJSPOyIB22FSVC-2BPYN-2BLzsfeTEeGB8HmXu7uN8Un4Gvs7BYGNCncFfEMXdxQWtn8MZOJ7wmwdba-2FquxcNLL0FOCv34ohNR1JQqTxwvxUmWChJ7lsUTSrhheJGkt0G-2FTRM99o45ZyplDrDg5BbIUdVA-2BZwMsVeB6sfaj07YRsKti1TyR-2FQkzk6xCbZneqfAoUGysUjIYFEsVANdseXrKFjattRu-2FC-2F0FFlB-2BwuzJ-2Flqv4bNfJGMQBlhSPvGyCQ1vuPwrGVNpMj-2BadvL71sZwRA-3D-3D)

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From: Department of Information Technology

Dear Phil Mocek,

This acknowledges receipt of your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021 regarding:
Content of folder/directory "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov. Please provide as a ZIP file and send via e-mail attachment or, if that is not feasible, then please send via postal mail on CDROM.
Pursuant to RCW 42.56.520, this is notification that the City of Seattle has received your public disclosure request. At this time, we anticipate that we will be able to provide the requested records or a first installment of records on or about May 15, 2021.

Sincerely,
Kristen Glundberg-Prossor
Public Disclosure Team
Seattle Information Technology

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From: Department of Information Technology

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Dear Phil Mocek,
This communication is in response to your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021.
The purpose of this email is to provide a status update regarding your request. Seattle IT needs additional time to respond to your request due to back log of records requests and available staff . At this time, the Department anticipates that it will be able to provide the requested records or a first installment of records on or about June 15, 2021.
Sincerely,
Kristen Glundberg-Prossor
Public Disclosure Team
Seattle Information Technology

From: Phil Mocek

Dear Ms. Glundberg-Prossor:

In your message of May 31, you estimated that you would provide the requested records or an installment thereof by June 15. That estimate was an update to your earlier estimate of May 15. It is now July 13, but I have not heard from you about this request since May 31.

Please advise.

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Department of Information Technology

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Dear Phil Mocek,
This communication is in response to your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021.
The purpose of this email is to provide a status update regarding your request.  Seattle IT needs additional time to respond to your request due to its backlog of requests and working through some file sharing issues with your request. At this time, the Department anticipates that it will be able to provide the requested records or a first installment of records on or about December 2, 2021. Thank you for your patience.
Sincerely,
Public Disclosure Team
Seattle Information Technology

From: Department of Information Technology

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Dear Phil Mocek,
This email is in response to your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021 regarding the following: Content of folder/directory "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov. Please provide as a ZIP file and send via e-mail attachment or, if that is not feasible, then please send via postal mail on CDROM.
Here is an update on our progress with your request. We now have worked through our backlog and have access to the records responsive to your request. We are currently experiencing some technical difficulties with the file type and are working on a solution. We should have an installment for you on or around January 15, 2022. Thank you.
Sincerely,
Kristen Glundberg-Prossor
Public Disclosure Team
Seattle Information Technology

From: Department of Information Technology

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Dear Phil Mocek,
This communication is in response to your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021.
The purpose of this email is to provide a status update regarding your request. Seattle IT needs additional time to respond to your request due to our need to physically go and get machine numbers off the machines in those locations. The request is more complicated to produce than we originally thought. At this time, the Department anticipates that it will be able to provide the requested records or a first installment of records on or about February 11, 2022. Thank you for your patience as we work to gather the information.
Sincerely,
Kristen Glundberg-Prossor
Public Disclosure Team
Seattle Information Technology

From: Department of Information Technology

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Dear Phil Mocek,
This email is in response to your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021 regarding the following: Content of folder/directory "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov. Please provide as a ZIP file and send via e-mail attachment or, if that is not feasible, then please send via postal mail on CDROM.
Please disregard the previous message. It was inadvertently sent to you. Regarding your request, we have produced records and are currently in the review process. We hope to have an installment for you by January 28, 2022.
Sincerely,
Kristen Glundberg-Prossor
Public Disclosure Team
Seattle Information Technology

From: Department of Information Technology

Dear Phil Mocek,

Records in response to your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021 are now available. The cost for the records is as follows:

Invoice Number: INV22-C073565-1
Total: $1.25

To pay online, please follow these steps:
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* Navigate to the Public Records Request Center.
* Select 'My Records Request Center'.
* Select 'View My Requests'. You may be asked to login.
* Find this request: C073565-042221.
* Select the 'View Invoices' button.

* Opens a pop-up window showing your invoice: INV22-C073565-1.
* Click on the invoice and then the 'Pay Now' button.
* Continue processing your payment.
* Select 'Done'.
* Once the payment process is done, you are returned to the Public Records Request Center.
* After your payment is successful you will receive an email from our payments center.
Once your payment has been approved, we will send you an email with instructions on how to download your records. Note that City staff must manually upload records. Records will be available one to two business days after payment.

Please let your public disclosure officer (PDO) know if you are unable to pay online; your PDO will work with you on alternative ways to make your payment.

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From: Phil Mocek


To Whom It May Concern:

Please find enclosed a check for $1.25 to satisfy the fee associated with the attached public records request.

Thank you.

Check sent by Muckrock Staff

Pay to the order of:

Department of Information Technology
Washington Public Records Act Office
P.O. Box 94709
Seattle, WA 98124

#10295
Amount of: $1.25
  • Created — 01/24/2022
  • In Transit — 01/27/2022
  • In Local Area — 01/31/2022
  • Processed For Delivery — 01/31/2022
  • Deposited — 02/23/2022

From: Phil Mocek

To whom it may concern:

My records show that you received my check, numbered 10295, for $1.25 on January 31, 2022, and that you deposited it on February 23.

Please send the records via email or postal mail as I requested on April 15, 2021.

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Department of Information Technology

Dear Phil Mocek,

Records in response to your public disclosure request C073565-042221 received on April 15, 2021 are now available. The cost for the records is as follows:

Invoice Number: INV22-C073565-2
Total: $1.25

To pay online, please follow these steps:
Please note that you will need to disable any pop-up blockers to make a payment using the system.

* Navigate to the Public Records Request Center.
* Select 'My Records Request Center'.
* Select 'View My Requests'. You may be asked to login.
* Find this request: C073565-042221.
* Select the 'View Invoices' button.

* Opens a pop-up window showing your invoice: INV22-C073565-2.
* Click on the invoice and then the 'Pay Now' button.
* Continue processing your payment.
* Select 'Done'.
* Once the payment process is done, you are returned to the Public Records Request Center.
* After your payment is successful you will receive an email from our payments center.
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From: Phil Mocek

To whom it may concern:

After nearly a year of delays, the following events (and none in between them) have occurred over the the past two months:

- January 24, 2022: You demanded a fee of $1.25 for unspecified services (INV22-C073565-1)
- January 24: I notified you, same day, of intent to mail payment
- January 27: Check was in the mail
- January 31: Check was out for delivery
- February 23: You deposited check
- March 8: I requested status update on records I requested just a week shy of ONE YEAR prior
- March 23: You demanded another $1.25, again for unspecified services (INV22-C073565-2)

Please advise.

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Department of Information Technology

Dear Mr. Mocek. The email I sent may have been too big and unfortunately I missed that it did not go through properly. Here is the file that corresponds to the first $1.25 payment. I have uploaded it for you here as you have requested.
The payment dated March 23 is for the 2nd installment. Sorry for the delay.
Seattle IT

From: Phil Mocek

To whom it may concern:

I received your unsigned clarifying message of March 28, 2022. Thank you for explaining what happened.

I received from you a single file, a ZIP archive named C073565_01_1.zip, which contains just two files:

Archive: C073565_01_1.zip
Length Date Time Name
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1121871622 2022-01-25 16:04 ITD_C073565_01000001.pdf
68997612 2022-01-25 16:04 ITD_C073565_01001756.pdf
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1190869234 2 files

These are PDF files, sized 1.1 gigabytes and 66 megabytes. Am I to understand that the directory, "D:\LISTSERV\LISTS\FITLIST Weekly Private" on talk2.seattle.gov, contains these PDFs? It appears to me that instead of providing the requested records, someone has viewed them as email messages, then rendered the output to PDF, creating new records in the process, then sending those new, unrequested, and highly-obfuscated, records. This appears akin to the fabled discovery process whereby an entity who is required to turn over digital records, but wishes not to do so, sets out to comply with a court order in the least helpful method possible, by printing those digital records in a tiny font and delivering boxes and boxes of unsorted paper records.

For the sake of discussion, I will l give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that someone simply made a mistake, though I note that I am communicating with the IT department of the City of Seattle, so the idea that this situation can be attributed to incompetence or accident rather than malice is rather absurd.

Would you please provide a directory listing (i.e., list of files and subdirectories with timestamps and sizes, as returned by the Unix/Linux command `ls` or the Windows command `dir`? I recognize I did not request this initially, but I hope that in light of the extreme delay and of the unexpected format of the first installment of produced records, you can accommodate this informal request.

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Phil Mocek

It has been three weeks since I inquired about the installment of records you provided on March 28, 2022. Did you receive my message of March 29?

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Department of Information Technology

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Dear Mr. Mocek,
I apologize for the delay in response. I am providing assistance to ITDs PDO due to an unexpected leave of absence.  Please consider this acknowledgment that your communications on 3/27, 3/28, and 4/24/2022 have been received and that I will provide a more complete response next week.
In the meantime, I see that you paid for your first installment via check.  Did you also send a check for the second invoice, INV22-C073565-2, created on 3/22? If yes, I will also work on confirming it was received.
Sincerely,
Arlinda Garcia
Public Disclosure Officer
Seattle Information Technology

From: Department of Information Technology

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Hello Mr. Mocek,
I am following up on my last communication from 5/6/2022.  My understanding is that the records provided for review were extracted and produced as .LOG files.  We were unable to view them in that format and found a workaround by opening them into Notepad and creating PDFs, which is what has been provided to you.  While I agree that this format is challenging to read and review, I can assure you that we are providing the records as they are.  If you are able to open .LOG files, I am happy to provide the native formats for the first installment.
In regard to your communication on 3/28 where you asked “Would you please provide a directory listing (i.e., list of files and subdirectories with timestamps and sizes, as returned by the Unix/Linux command `ls` or the Windows command `dir`? I recognize I did not request this initially, but I hope that in light of the extreme delay and of the unexpected format of the first installment of produced records, you can accommodate this informal request”, this has been included as part of this request. Please let me if you would prefer this to be treated as a new request.
Finally, I checked with our Accounting team and they could not find a record of payment for invoice INV22-C073565-2 created on 3/22/2022.  If you would let me know whether or not you mailed a check for that second invoice, I will try to track it down.  If I don’t hear back from you by May 20, 2022 regarding payment, I will consider this request closed.
Sincerly,
Arlinda Garcia
Public Disclosure Officer
Information Technology Department

From: Phil Mocek

To whom it may concern:

I did not previously notice that a second invoice had been issued, as you sent it to me 1) obscured in a large amount of boilerplate language, and 2) before acknowledging my notification that I had paid the first invoice.

I will send the second payment right away.

I don't know just what the ".LOG flies" are, but if that's the native format, then that's what I asked for. I appreciate your effort to make those more useful, but in this case, PDFs tend to make the data more difficult to use.

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Department of Information Technology

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Hello Phil Mocek,
Thank you for your response. Please remember that invoices are due 30 days after issuance.  As a courtesy, in this instance, we will give you an additional 10 business days to provide payment for  INV22-C073565-2 created on 3/22/2022.  Please let me know when you've sent your check so I can keep an eye out for it.  If payment is not received by June 7, we will consider the request closed.
In the meantime, I have added the native version of the installment you received at the end of March. To download your records, please:

* Navigate to the Public Records Request Center.
* Select 'My Records Request Center'.
* Select 'View My Requests'. You may be asked to login.
* Select this request: C073565-042221.
* Select the 'View Files' button.
* You can download records individually or all at the same time by clicking 'Download All'.
* Please save your records as you may only download them from the system three times. If you do not download your records within 30 days of request closure, the link to your records will expire.
If you believe you have received privileged or confidential records in error, please notify the City of Seattle immediately, through the Public Records Request Center or by email. Privileged or confidential records provided or received in error should not be reviewed, used, disseminated, distributed, or copied, and should be destroyed immediately. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Regards,
Arlinda Garcia
Public Disclosure Officer
Information Technology Department

From: Phil Mocek


To Whom It May Concern:

Please find enclosed a check for $4.75 to satisfy the fee associated with the attached public records request.

Thank you.

Check sent by Muckrock Staff

Pay to the order of:

Department of Information Technology
Washington Public Records Act Office
P.O. Box 94709
Seattle, WA 98124

#10416
Amount of: $4.75
  • Created — 05/24/2022
  • In Transit — 05/27/2022
  • In Local Area — 06/11/2022
  • Processed For Delivery — 05/29/2022
  • Deposited — 06/17/2022

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