or portions of records are excepted from disclosure under
authority of Public Officers Law Section 87.2(a-1). Should
your request be denied, you will be notified in writing stating
the reason for the denial and advising your right to an appeal.
For more information
on FOIL law, you may visit the New York State Office of General
Services website at: www.ogs.ny.gov.
and Obtaining Records via Email
recently approved legislation (Chapter 182) to amend the Freedom
of Information Law that requires the Committee on Open Government
"to develop a form, which shall be made available on
the Internet, that may be used b the public to request a record."
The new law further requires as follows:
entities shall, provided such entity has reasonable means
available, accept requests for records submitted in the form
of electronic mail and shall respond to such requests by electronic
mail, using forms, to the extent practicable, consistent with
the form or forms developed by the Committee on Open Government
pursuant to subdivision one of this section and provided that
the written requests do not seek a response in some other
The form for
requesting records via email is available
for the Notice
of Intention to Examine Public Records