What are the fees for obtaining copies of public records?
In accordance with Section 119.07(a)(a) of the Florida Statutes, the costs for duplication of public records are as follows:

One sided pages cost $.15 per page
Two sided pages cost $.20 per page
Oversized pages (11"x17" or14-7/8"x11") cost $.25 per page
All other pages are charged at the actual cost of duplication

Certified copies cost $1.00 per certification plus the copying charge

Costs for clerical or supervisory assistance apply when the nature or volume of public records requested to be inspected, examined, or copied requires 15 minutes or more of information technology images or extensive clerical or supervisory assistance by personnel of the department or division involved, in addition to the actual cost of duplication.

The actual charge shall be reasonable and shall be based upon the labor costs actually incurred or attributable to the City for the clerical and supervisory assistance required of the personnel providing the service.

In keeping with the City of Cocoa's easy access, community spirit, public document policy, there will be no labor charge for requests requiring fifteen minutes or less in actual labor. However, when requests from members of the public require fifteen minutes or more in actual labor, they will be charged for all time expended.

Based upon the length of time estimated to provide the service, a deposit may be required.

Fifteen minutes of clerical time will be charged to copy an audio cassette is or a video cassette, in addition to the actual cost of the cassette.


RECORDS CUSTODIAN PRIMARY CONTACT INFORMATION:
Carie Shealy, MMC, City Clerk
cshealy@cocoafl.org
Cocoa City Hall, 65 Stone Street, Cocoa, FL 32922
321-433-8484

Cocoa General Employees & Police Pension Plan Primary Contact Information:
Sheila Hutcheson, Pension Plan Administrator
shutch9750@aol.com
3860 Grantline Road
Mims, FL 32754
321-267-3082

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