Are there any special considerations that I need to be aware of?
If you have not reviewed or claimed responsive records within 30 days of being notified that the information is available or have failed to make payment, the Public Records Specialist may close your request. WAC 44-14-040b. If the requested records contain information that may affect the rights of others, before providing the record, the Public Records Specialist or designee may give 3rd party notice and allow time for action by other parties. After a request has been filled, if the Public Records Specialist or designee becomes aware of any additional documents existing at the time of the request, the documents will be provided to you on an expedited basis.WAC 44-14-040b

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1. Are all public records available for inspection?
2. Are there any fees associated with a Public Records Request?
3. Are there any special considerations that I need to be aware of?
4. How can I make a Public Records Request?
5. What happens next?
6. What if my request is denied?
7. What kinds of records are available at PDS?