Times-Call (Longmont): Boulder County has updated its online system for processing public records requests, officials announced Wednesday.
Using new software, elected county officials and their staff will “be able to offer greater transparency of public documents and to help improve access to records requested under the Colorado Open Records Act,” officials said in a news release.
People can access the web-based portal for people’s requests for records from multiple Boulder County departments by going to the county’s CORA webpage, bitly/2xyN4dO.
Officials said the new website will allow people to submit public records requests, track the progress of the county’s response and download electronic records that others have asked for. The website also provides a searchable archive of previously released requests and documents.
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