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Dear Trenton City,

1. A list of all residential single family, and multi family properties with code violations on them for the last 3 months from today. Address, and owner name provided please.
2. A list of all residential vacant land, single family and multi family properties that are currently in the probate process.
3. A list of all residential single family, and multi family properties that are in the eviction process.
4.A list of all residential vacant land, single family, and multi family properties that are going through the divorce process.
5. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties that are delinquent on their utilities. Address, owner name, and balance owed provided please.
6. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties that are flagged abandoned.
7. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties that are fire damaged in the past month.
8. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties that have had their utilities shut off for 6+ months

Yours faithfully,

Jordan Santiago

City of Trenton

Open Public Records Act (OPRA) Request

 

Reference # OPR-2022-00012

Date Received: 01/05/2022

 

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Dear Jordan Santiago,

 

The official Records Custodian has received your request on 01/05/2022. As
such, the seven (7) business day deadline to respond to your request is
01/14/2022. This response to your request is being provided to you on
business day after custodian's receipt of said request.

 

The request seeks access to the following:

 

Dear Trenton City,
1. A list of all residential single family, and multi family properties
with code violations on them for the last 3 months from today. Address,
and owner name provided please.
2. A list of all residential vacant land, single family and multi family
properties that are currently in the probate process.
3. A list of all residential  single family, and multi family properties
that are in the eviction process.
4.A list of all residential vacant land, single family, and multi family
properties that are going through the divorce process.
5. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are delinquent on their utilities. Address, owner name, and balance
owed provided please.
6. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are flagged abandoned.
7. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are fire damaged in the past month.
    8. A list of all residential single family and multi family

 

DUE TO EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS IN THE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE THE CITY OF
TRENTON DOES NOT, IN SOME CASES, HAVE THE ABILITY TO MEET THE SEVEN
BUSINESS DAY DEADLINE FOR OPRA REQEUSTS.  WE ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE DURING
THIS EMERGENCY.  YOU HAVE THE OPTION OF FILING A COMPLAINT WITH THE
GOVERNMENTAL RECORDS COUNCIL OR THE NEW JERSEY SUPERIOR COURT.  WE ASK
THAT YOU GIVE US THE EXTRA TIME TO PROCESS YOUR REQEUSTS, HOWEVER DUE TO
EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO MEET THE DEADLINE IN SOME
CASES.  WE WILL RETURN TO NORMAL DEADLINES WHEN THE EMERGENCY IS ABATED. 
THANK YOU.

 

If your request for access to a government record has been denied or
unfilled within the seven (7) business days required by law, you have a
right to challenge the decision by the City of Trenton to deny access. At
your option, you may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court
of New Jersey or file a complaint with the Government Records Council
(GRC) by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form.  You may contact
the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O. Box 819,
Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [email address], or at their web site
at www.state.nj.us/grc. The GRC can also answer other questions about the
law.  All questions regarding complaints filed in Superior Court should be
directed to the Court Clerk in your County.

 

Sincerely,

 

MATTHEW H. CONLON, RMC

City of Trenton

[email address]

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City of Trenton

Open Public Records Act (OPRA) Request

 

Reference # OPR-2022-00012

Date Received: 01/05/2022

 

Dear Jordan Santiago,

 

This email is regarding your request for the following:

Dear Trenton City,
1. A list of all residential single family, and multi family properties
with code violations on them for the last 3 months from today. Address,
and owner name provided please.
2. A list of all residential vacant land, single family and multi family
properties that are currently in the probate process.
3. A list of all residential  single family, and multi family properties
that are in the eviction process.
4.A list of all residential vacant land, single family, and multi family
properties that are going through the divorce process.
5. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are delinquent on their utilities. Address, owner name, and balance
owed provided please.
6. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are flagged abandoned.
7. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are fire damaged in the past month.
    8. A list of all residential single family and multi family

 

Please note the following comment by Jermaine Lee made on 1/31/2022
3:44:00 PM:

Eviction is handled through Mercer County Landlord Tenant Court and
Divorce stats are not handled through the City of Trenton but New Jersey
State Divorce Court.

 

DUE TO EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS IN THE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE THE CITY OF
TRENTON DOES NOT, IN SOME CASES, HAVE THE ABILITY TO MEET THE SEVEN
BUSINESS DAY DEADLINE FOR OPRA REQUESTS.  WE ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE DURING
THIS EMERGENCY.  YOU HAVE THE OPTION OF FILING A COMPLAINT WITH THE
GOVERNMENTAL RECORDS COUNCIL OR THE NEW JERSEY SUPERIOR COURT.  WE ASK
THAT YOU GIVE US THE EXTRA TIME TO PROCESS YOUR REQUESTS, HOWEVER DUE TO
EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO MEET THE DEADLINE IN SOME
CASES.  WE WILL RETURN TO NORMAL DEADLINES WHEN THE EMERGENCY IS ABATED. 
THANK YOU.

 

This is an automated email notification, please do not reply.

 

If your request for access to a government record has been denied or
unfilled within the seven (7) business days required by law, you have a
right to challenge the decision by the City of Trenton to deny access. At
your option, you may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court
of New Jersey or file a complaint with the Government Records Council
(GRC) by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form.  You may contact
the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O. Box 819,
Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [email address], or at their web site
at www.state.nj.us/grc. The GRC can also answer other questions about the
law.  All questions regarding complaints filed in Superior Court should be
directed to the Court Clerk in your County.

 

Sincerely,

 

MATTHEW H. CONLON, RMC

City of Trenton

 

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MATTHEW H. CONLON, RMC   OFFICE (609)989-3187

MUNICIPAL CLERK FAX (609) 989-3190

[email address]
 

OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK

CITY OF TRENTON

319 EAST STATE STREET

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 08608

 
06/01/2022   Request #
OPR-2022-00012
 
Jordan Santiago

,
Email: [OPRA #28566 email]
 
Dear Jordan Santiago,

 

The Official Records Custodian has received your Open Public Records Act
(OPRA) request on 01/05/2022. As such, the seven (7) business day deadline
to respond to your request is 01/14/2022.  This response is being provided
to you within the time limit allowed after the custodian’s receipt of said
request.

 

Your OPRA request sought access to the following: Dear Trenton City,
1. A list of all residential single family, and multi family properties
with code violations on them for the last 3 months from today. Address,
and owner name provided please.
2. A list of all residential vacant land, single family and multi family
properties that are currently in the probate process.
3. A list of all residential  single family, and multi family properties
that are in the eviction process.
4.A list of all residential vacant land, single family, and multi family
properties that are going through the divorce process.
5. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are delinquent on their utilities. Address, owner name, and balance
owed provided please.
6. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are flagged abandoned.
7. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are fire damaged in the past month.
    8. A list of all residential single family and multi family

 

Response: We have searched our records and find no documents responsive to
your request.

 

If your request for access to a government record has been denied or
unfilled within the seven (7) business days required by law, you have a
right to challenge the decision by the City of Trenton to deny access. At
your option, you may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court
of New Jersey or file a complaint with the Government Records Council
(“GRC”) by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form.  You may
contact the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O.
Box 819, Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [email address], or at their
web site at www.state.nj.us/grc. The Council can also answer other
questions about the law.  All questions regarding complaints filed in
Superior Court should be directed to the Court Clerk in your County.

 

PLEASE NOTE: This is an automated email response, please do not reply or
submit Open Record Requests to this address.  Questions regarding your
request can be directed to the email address at the top of this document,
or by visiting
[1]https://www.trentonnj.org/312/Open-Publi...

 

Sincerely,

 

 

MATTHEW H. CONLON, RMC

MUNICIPAL CLERK
 

 

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MATTHEW H. CONLON, RMC   OFFICE (609)989-3187

MUNICIPAL CLERK FAX (609) 989-3190

[email address]
 

OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK

CITY OF TRENTON

319 EAST STATE STREET

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 08608

 
06/01/2022   Request #
OPR-2022-00012
 
Jordan Santiago

,
Email: [OPRA #28566 email]
 
Dear Jordan Santiago,

 

The Official Records Custodian has received your Open Public Records Act
(OPRA) request on 01/05/2022. As such, the seven (7) business day deadline
to respond to your request is 01/14/2022. This response is being provided
to you within the time limit allowed after the custodian’s receipt of said
request.

 

The following records are being provided in their entirety and are
responsive to your request.

 

Attached please find all pertinent information from the Division of
Housing Inspections.

 

DUE TO EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS IN THE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE THE CITY OF
TRENTON DOES NOT, IN SOME CASES, HAVE THE ABILITY TO MEET THE SEVEN
BUSINESS DAY DEADLINE FOR OPRA REQUESTS.  WE ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE DURING
THIS EMERGENCY.  YOU HAVE THE OPTION OF FILING A COMPLAINT WITH THE
GOVERNMENTAL RECORDS COUNCIL OR THE NEW JERSEY SUPERIOR COURT.  WE ASK
THAT YOU GIVE US THE EXTRA TIME TO PROCESS YOUR REQUESTS, HOWEVER DUE TO
EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO MEET THE DEADLINE IN SOME
CASES.  WE WILL RETURN TO NORMAL DEADLINES WHEN THE EMERGENCY IS ABATED. 
THANK YOU.

 

If your request for access to a government record has been denied or
unfilled within the seven (7) business days required by law, you have a
right to challenge the decision by the City of Trenton to deny access. At
your option, you may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court
of New Jersey or file a complaint with the Government Records Council
(“GRC”) by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form. You may contact
the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O. Box 819,
Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [email address], or at their web site
at www.state.nj.us/grc. The Council can also answer other questions about
the law. All questions regarding complaints filed in Superior Court should
be directed to the Court Clerk in your County.

 

PLEASE NOTE: This is an automated email response, please do not reply or
submit Open Record Requests to this address.  Questions regarding your
request can be directed to the email address at the top of this document,
or by visiting
[1]https://www.trentonnj.org/312/Open-Publi...

 

Sincerely,

 

 

MATTHEW H. CONLON, RMC

MUNICIPAL CLERK
 

 

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Jermaine Lee, Trenton City

We can provide the information, but I believe the Requestor needs to
adequately identify himself before we do so. 

If you can get in touch with the Requestor somehow and ask him to provide
a real address and a valid phone number, that would be sufficient.

Please let me know if you can get in touch with him. 

 

Maria G. Kelly

Assistant City Attorney

City of Trenton

Department of Law

319 East State Street

Trenton, NJ 08608

 

Department of Water and Sewer

d/b/a Trenton Water Works

333 Cortland Street

Trenton, NJ 08638

 

609-989-3511 (office)

 

 

 

Jermaine Lee

City Clerk Office

609-989-3189

 

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MUNICIPAL CLERK   OFFICE (609)989-3187

FAX (609) 989-3190

[email address]
 

OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK

CITY OF TRENTON

319 EAST STATE STREET

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 08608

 
10/25/2022   Request # OPR-2022-00012
 
Jordan Santiago

,
Email: [OPRA #28566 email]
 
Dear Jordan Santiago,

 

The Official Records Custodian has received your Open Public Records Act
(OPRA) request on 01/05/2022. As such, the seven (7) business day deadline
to respond to your request is 01/14/2022. This response is being provided
to you within the time limit allowed after the custodian’s receipt of said
request.

 

The following records are being provided in their entirety and are
responsive to your request.

 

Records Provided Department
None of the items requested are in the custody of Tax Collector
the Tax Collector.
`A list of all residential single family and multi Fire
family properties that are fire damaged in the past
month`
The list they are requesting does not exist.
Attached please find all pertinent information from Housing Inspections
the Division of Housing Inspections.
Technical Inspections
Water/Sewer Billing
Only # 8 in the list  can be filled by our office Tax Assessor

 

External Attachments Link (If applicable):

 

DUE TO EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS IN THE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE THE CITY OF
TRENTON DOES NOT, IN SOME CASES, HAVE THE ABILITY TO MEET THE SEVEN
BUSINESS DAY DEADLINE FOR OPRA REQUESTS.  WE ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE DURING
THIS EMERGENCY.  YOU HAVE THE OPTION OF FILING A COMPLAINT WITH THE
GOVERNMENTAL RECORDS COUNCIL OR THE NEW JERSEY SUPERIOR COURT.  WE ASK
THAT YOU GIVE US THE EXTRA TIME TO PROCESS YOUR REQUESTS, HOWEVER DUE TO
EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO MEET THE DEADLINE IN SOME
CASES.  WE WILL RETURN TO NORMAL DEADLINES WHEN THE EMERGENCY IS ABATED. 
THANK YOU.

 

If your request for access to a government record has been denied or
unfilled within the seven (7) business days required by law, you have a
right to challenge the decision by the City of Trenton to deny access. At
your option, you may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court
of New Jersey or file a complaint with the Government Records Council
(“GRC”) by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form. You may contact
the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O. Box 819,
Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [email address], or at their web site
at www.state.nj.us/grc. The Council can also answer other questions about
the law. All questions regarding complaints filed in Superior Court should
be directed to the Court Clerk in your County.

 

PLEASE NOTE: This is an automated email response, please do not reply or
submit Open Record Requests to this address.  Questions regarding your
request can be directed to the email address at the top of this document,
or by visiting
[1]https://www.trentonnj.org/312/Open-Publi...

 

Sincerely,

 

 

MUNICIPAL CLERK
 

 

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City of Trenton

Open Public Records Act (OPRA) Request

 

Reference # OPR-2022-00012

Date Received: 01/05/2022

 

PLEASE NOTE: This is an automated email response, please do not reply or
submit Open Record Requests to this address.  Questions regarding your
request can be directed to the email address at the end of this document,
or by visiting
[1]https://www.trentonnj.org/312/Open-Publi...

 

Dear Jordan Santiago,

 

This email serves as receipt of closure of your request by the City of
Trenton.

 

The request sought access to the following:

Dear Trenton City,
1. A list of all residential single family, and multi family properties
with code violations on them for the last 3 months from today. Address,
and owner name provided please.
2. A list of all residential vacant land, single family and multi family
properties that are currently in the probate process.
3. A list of all residential  single family, and multi family properties
that are in the eviction process.
4.A list of all residential vacant land, single family, and multi family
properties that are going through the divorce process.
5. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are delinquent on their utilities. Address, owner name, and balance
owed provided please.
6. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are flagged abandoned.
7. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are fire damaged in the past month.
    8. A list of all residential single family and multi family

 

Below is a summary of how your request was handled.

 

Department Assigned Status
Tax Collector No Records
Fire No Records
Housing Inspections Filled
Technical Inspections No Records
Water/Sewer Billing Assigned
Tax Assessor Filled

 

If your request for access to a government record has been denied or
unfilled within the seven (7) business days required by law, you have a
right to challenge the decision by the City of Trenton to deny access. At
your option, you may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court
of New Jersey or file a complaint with the Government Records Council
(GRC) by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form.  You may contact
the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O. Box 819,
Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [email address], or at their web site
at www.state.nj.us/grc. The GRC can also answer other questions about the
law.  All questions regarding complaints filed in Superior Court should be
directed to the Court Clerk in your County.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

City of Trenton

[2][email address]

 

 

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City of Trenton

Open Public Records Act (OPRA) Request

 

Reference # OPR-2022-00012

Date Received: 01/05/2022

 

PLEASE NOTE: This is an automated email response, please do not reply or
submit Open Record Requests to this address.  Questions regarding your
request can be directed to the email address at the end of this document,
or by visiting
[1]https://www.trentonnj.org/312/Open-Publi...

 

Dear Jordan Santiago,

 

This email serves as receipt of closure of your request by the City of
Trenton.

 

The request sought access to the following:

Dear Trenton City,
1. A list of all residential single family, and multi family properties
with code violations on them for the last 3 months from today. Address,
and owner name provided please.
2. A list of all residential vacant land, single family and multi family
properties that are currently in the probate process.
3. A list of all residential  single family, and multi family properties
that are in the eviction process.
4.A list of all residential vacant land, single family, and multi family
properties that are going through the divorce process.
5. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are delinquent on their utilities. Address, owner name, and balance
owed provided please.
6. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are flagged abandoned.
7. A list of all residential single family and multi family properties
that are fire damaged in the past month.
    8. A list of all residential single family and multi family

 

Below is a summary of how your request was handled.

 

Department Assigned Status
Tax Collector No Records
Fire No Records
Housing Inspections Filled
Technical Inspections No Records
Water/Sewer Billing Assigned
Tax Assessor Filled

 

If your request for access to a government record has been denied or
unfilled within the seven (7) business days required by law, you have a
right to challenge the decision by the City of Trenton to deny access. At
your option, you may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court
of New Jersey or file a complaint with the Government Records Council
(GRC) by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form.  You may contact
the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O. Box 819,
Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [email address], or at their web site
at www.state.nj.us/grc. The GRC can also answer other questions about the
law.  All questions regarding complaints filed in Superior Court should be
directed to the Court Clerk in your County.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

City of Trenton

[2][email address]

 

 

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