(1) Any person who objects to the denial of a request for a public record may petition for prompt review of such decision by tendering a written request for review. The written request shall specifically refer to the written statement which constituted or accompanied the denial.
(2) The written request by a person demanding prompt review of a decision denying a public record shall be submitted to the president or designee.
(3) Within two business days after receiving the written request by a person petitioning for a prompt review of a decision denying a public record, the president or designee, shall complete such review.
(4) During the course of the review the president or designee shall consider the obligations of the district to comply with the intent of chapter 42.17
RCW insofar as it requires providing full public access to official records, but shall also consider the exemptions provided in RCW 42.17.310
or other pertinent statutes, and the provisions of the statute which require the district to protect public records from damage or disorganization, prevent excessive interference with essential functions of the agency, and prevent any unreasonable invasion of personal privacy by deleting identifying details.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140
and 1991 c 238. WSR 92-19-091, § 495C-276-110, filed 9/16/92, effective 10/17/92.]