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No. The City must acknowledge the request within seven business days. The acknowledgment may be to provide the records, but may also be to indicate a time frame within which the City may reasonably fulfill the request or provide an installment schedule.
A response to a public records request must be made by the agency within seven business days of the request. Holidays and weekends are excluded.
You may submit your request in writing to the City Recorder’s Office at: 132 W Main Street Room 111 Gallatin, TN 37066 or you may submit via email at email@example.com
There is no fee for inspecting public records. The City has a minimal fee for providing copies of records that is based on State Law.
No. Public record laws allow a city to recover a reasonable charge for providing copies of public records to any person. This applies to nonprofit corporations as well as private citizens or businesses. The charge may not exceed the amount necessary to reimburse the agency for its actual costs and may not include staff time needed to retrieve the documents.
No. Once the City receives a public records request, that request itself becomes a public record of the City.
Copies can be picked up by following the directions provided to you by the city employee that you are working with. If you wish to inspect your records request in person, you will need to make an appointment. If possible, electronic records can be sent via e-mail to the requester.
For marriage please visit the Sumner County Clerks Office. For divorce please visit the Chancery Court.
Sumner County Register of Deeds.
Sumner County Health Department.