Dear Bayonne City,
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.
The total cost of all of the "stop for pedestrian" signs. The location of all "stop for pedestrian" signs. Any emails and other information about the removal and replacing the "stop for pedestrian" signs.
Consistent with the State of New Jersey's most recent directive regarding
OPRA requests, please be advised that the satutory deadline (7 business
days) does not apply during this current State of Emergency. Consistent
with said directive, however, Bayonne's
custodian of government records shall make a reasonable effort, as the
circumstances permit, to respond to a request for access to a government
record within seven business days or as soon as possible thereafter.
Given our current reduced staffing levels during this State of Emergency,
we will endeavor to have your request answered as soon as possible, but we
project that certain requests will take up to 30 days to fulfill. Thank
you for your understanding and patience.
Edward, please see the attached letter regarding your OPRA #21-002
City of Bayonne