The Kentucky Attorney General issued the following open records decisions last week:
1. 22-ORD-149 (In re: Lawrence Trageser/Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office)
Summary: The Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office did not violate the Open Records Act when it imposed a fee that represented its actual cost to reproduce requested records.
2. 22-ORD-150 (In re: Lawrence Trageser/City of Pioneer Village)
Summary: The City of Pioneer Village subverted the intent of the Open Records Act, within the meaning of KRS 61.880(4), when it charged 15 cents per page to e-mail responsive records without substantiating the actual cost to reproduce the records, as required by KRS 61.874(3).