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Unless a fee is otherwise prescribed by law or ordinance, an officer may furnish copies of public records under his control to a person upon payment in advance of a fee fixed by such officer, which fee shall be not less than the actual cost of labor and materials used in preparing and furnishing such copies. Where the total fee cannot be computed until after the copies have been prepared, the officer may require that the estimated fee be deposited before preparing the copies. In the event the officer finds the deposit to be insufficient, he may require that additional money be deposited before proceeding to prepare the copies.
(Added by Ord. No. 1905 (N.S.), adopted 6-9-59; amended by Ord. No. 10711 (N.S.), effective 2-11-21)