Lacey city manager Scott Pence looks over some of the estimated 80,000 pictures that his staff are pulling to fulfill a public records request for "every photo" in the city archive, shown at Lacey City Hall on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. A bill that cleared the Legislature Monday aims to cut down on those types of “excessive” requests, while establishing new default fees for electronic copies of government documents.
Lacey city manager Scott Pence looks over some of the estimated 80,000 pictures that his staff are pulling to fulfill a public records request for "every photo" in the city archive, shown at Lacey City Hall on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. A bill that cleared the Legislature Monday aims to cut down on those types of “excessive” requests, while establishing new default fees for electronic copies of government documents. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Lacey city manager Scott Pence looks over some of the estimated 80,000 pictures that his staff are pulling to fulfill a public records request for "every photo" in the city archive, shown at Lacey City Hall on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. A bill that cleared the Legislature Monday aims to cut down on those types of “excessive” requests, while establishing new default fees for electronic copies of government documents. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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