Some 32 years later, it is not too much to ask government officials to make available their documents where we can read them, with comfortable chairs and photocopy machines and computers, is it?
(St. Augustine City Hall has a tiny uncomfortable place without a window and without open-shelf access, next to the City Manager's palatial office).
Sent: Fri, Aug 14, 2015 12:35 pm
Subject: Request No. 2015-283: Public Reading Room at St. Augustine and City Augustine Beach City Halls and in St. Johns County Administration Building; My Petition for Rulemaking
Dear Messrs. Regan, Royle and Wanchick, et al.:
1. Please provide all documents discussing providing comfortable locations for citizens to read documents in our government buildings.
2. Please treat this as a Petition for Rulemaking to establish a Public Reading Room (PRR) in our three main government buildings, as a friendly comfortable place where citizens may read government documents, including those that have previously been disclosed, provided in filing cabinets, servers and bookshelves.
3. The Department of Energy Oak Ridge Operations established a PRR in response to my May 23, 1983 request, based upon the Securities and Exchange Commission's open shelf access to corporate disclosures.
With kindest regards,