Communications between Paul Schopp, David Garrow and Patrick Parr and any employee of the NJ Historic Preservation Office.

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Dear New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
Records requested:

Communications between any employee of the NJ Historic Preservation Office regarding Martin Luther King from 1-1-2015 through 2-20-2020 with any of the following people:

Paul Schopp

David Garrow

Patrick Parr

Taylor Branch

Yours faithfully,

Patrick Duff

Records, DEP,

Good afternoon Mr. Duff,

We have entered your request into the OPRATs database. Please use OPRA Tracking # 266938 for any correspondence. You will receive a response by 03/2/20.

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Records, DEP,

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Mr. Duff:

 

Attached is the NJDEP’s Government Records Request Form response to the
above referenced OPRA request.  In addition, the responsive records are
attached.  Please note that the responsive records for Paul Schopp have
already been provided to you on January 16, 2020 under OPRA 264013.

 

 

Records Custodian Mailbox
NJDEP - Office of Record Access
(609) 341-3121

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Dear Records, DEP,

Where are the communications with Paul Schopp?

Yours sincerely,

Patrick Duff

Records, DEP,

Mr. Duff:

As stated in the NJDEP's March 2, 2020 response, you were provided the responsive "Paul Schopp" email records for the period of January 1, 2015 through December 30, 2017 in response to your January OPRA 264013 request. If you need us to resend these records, please confirm. There were no responsive "Pul Schopp" email records from December 31, 2017 to present.

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NJDEP - Office of Record Access
(609) 341-3121

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Dear Records, DEP,

No thank you. I appreciate all your help. Are you sure these are the only communications with the others? The only emails are from 2015.

Yours sincerely,

Patrick Duff