Politics & Government

February 19, 2014

Governor’s office cites Asheville, Charlotte in public records extra fees debate, but cities rarely charge them

In the dispute over how much state and local government agencies should charge for providing public records, Gov. Pat McCrory’s top attorney cited Asheville and Charlotte’s policies to justify a rise in fees. But according to staffers in both cities who handle records requests, the two municipalities rarely, if ever, levy extra charges.

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