2:250-E3 – Recurrent Requester Notification
The District Freedom of Information Officer completes this form on District letterhead.
Name of Record(s) Requester: ___________________________________________
Date of Receipt of Request: _____________________________
Contact Information: ____________________________________________________________________
You are notified that your request for a District record(s) is being treated as a request from a recurrent requester, as defined in Section 2(g) of the Freedom of Information Act. Your request is being treated as a request from a recurrent requester because, in the 12 months immediately preceding this request, you have submitted to the District one or more of the following:
_____ A minimum of 50 requests for records
_____ A minimum of 15 requests for records within a 30-day period
_____ A minimum of 7 requests for records within a 7-day period
You will be provided an initial response to your request for documents within 21 business days following the date the District received your request.
In that response, you will receive one of the following responses, whichever is appropriate:
- An estimate of the time required by the District to provide the records requested and an estimate of the fees to be charged, which you must pay in full before the District copies the requested documents; or
- A denial of the request pursuant to one or more of the exemptions set out in the Freedom of Information Act; or
- A notification that the request is unduly burdensome and an extension of an opportunity for you to reduce the request to manageable proportions; or
- Provision of the records requested.
Name of Freedom of Information Officer (Printed): ________________________________________
Name of Freedom of Information Officer (Signature): ______________________________________
Telephone or email contact information: ___________________________________________
Date of Recurrent Requestor Notification: _________________________________
LEGAL REF.: 5 ILCS 140/, Freedom of Information Act.
Date Approved: January 11, 2012