Click here for the handbook, which focuses primarily on the Open Public Records Act (OPRA). Discussion of the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA) can be found on pages 12-15.
Page 9 “Paper Copies” should read:
Fees can be set by law or regulation. If there is no such law or regulation, fees for copying printed records can be no more than 5 cents per page for letter size and 7 cents per page for legal. Also, if there is no such law or regulation, fees for copying non-printed records are limited to the actual cost of copying. Some public agencies have set copying costs that are much lower than the maximum allowed cost.