Oregon
Rule Rule 115-010-0032
Board Public Records


(1)

Inspection. Any record of the Board that is defined as a public record under ORS 192.410 to 192.505, and that is not exempt from disclosure, shall be available for inspection by members of the public at the office of the Board, in Salem, Oregon. All requests for inspection or copies of Board public records must be made in writing. Inspection of such records will be permitted:

(a)

During normal work hours of the Board; and

(b)

At reasonable times, provided there is no undue disruption of the work of the Board or its agents.

(2)

Custodians and Certification:

(a)

The Boards Business Operations Administrator is designated as the custodian of Board public records.

(b)

The custodian shall certify, upon request, released copies of Board public records as true copies.

(3)

The Board may assess a fee to provide public records. The requesting party must agree to pay the fee before the records will be made available. The amount of the fee will be the actual cost to locate, compile, make available for inspection, prepare copies (whether in paper, audio, microfilm, machine readable format, or other format), and deliver the public records.

(4)

The actual cost described in section (3) of this rule include:

(a)

$1.50 per page for copies of any Board transcript or document of public record that is certified as a true copy;

(b)

$0.25 cents per page for copies of documents that are not certified, including paper, electronic, or facsimile copies;

(c)

$15 for a copy of the first compact disk (CD) recording of a hearing and $10 for each subsequent CD;

(d)

$15 for a computer disk containing copies of Board forms;

(e)

$150 per calendar year to receive copies of final Board Orders once a month; and

(f)

$150 per calendar year to receive a copy of arbitration awards.

(5)

No fees will be charged to state agencies for providing copies of Board transcripts, tapes, Orders or any document or exhibit included in a case record that is not exempt from disclosure.
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