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Re: Freedom of Information Act Request
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act, The Sunshine Act 5 U.S.C. § 552b, and Kentucky Rule 1005 Public Records KY Rev Stat § 1005, I request that a photocopy of the following documents be provided to me:
I am a private citizen seeking information concerning your public official surety bond, or the Errors & Omissions (E&O), and or the Duty of Care policy that you are required by the state of Kentucky to obtain before swearing the oath of office.
KY Rev Stat § 62.050 Bonds — When to be given. (1) Except as otherwise provided by statute, no officer required by law to give bond shall enter upon the duties of his office until he gives the bond, except in years where the first Monday in January falls upon January 1. In years where the first Monday falls upon January 1, no penalty shall be applied to any officer that fails to give bond, so long as bond is given within thirty (30) days of the first Monday of January. (2) Except as otherwise provided by statute, each person elected to an office who is required to give bond shall give the bond on or before the day the term of office to which he has been elected begins. (3) Each person appointed to an office who is required to give bond shall give the bond within thirty (30) days after he receives notice of his appointment.
Public Official Surety Bond requests fall under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. § 552, The Sunshine Act 5 U.S.C. § 552b, Kentucky Rule 1005 Public Records KY Rev Stat § 1005 and by law you are obligated to supply me with this information.
It is public knowledge in the State of Kentucky that all school boards in the state and the superintendents are required to be bonded, carry an surety liability insurance policy, an Errors & Omissions, or a Duty of Care policy.
Thank you for your consideration of this request.
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