Sept. 25, 2019
To whom it may concern:
This e-mail is a request for access to materials in the possession of the CPUC for the purpose of inspection and copying pursuant to my rights under the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance and the California Public Records Act, section 6250 of the Government Code. The information I want to inspect and copy is described as follows:
- The number of CPUC employees who left to work for companies regulated by the CPUC from 2016-2017.
- The number of CPUC who left to work for companies regulated by the CPUC from 2017-2018.
- The number of CPUC who left to work for companies regulated by the CPUC from January 2019 through August 2019.
This request reasonably describes an identifiable record, and I believe there exists no express provision of law exempting such records from disclosure. Therefore, pursuant to the Sunshine Ordinance and state Government Code section 6257, I ask that you make the record "immediately available'' in electronic format.
To the extent that a portion of the information I have requested is not immediately available, I request that whatever documentation is immediately available be turned over first.
To the extent that a portion of the information I have requested is exempt by express provision of law, the Sunshine Ordinance and state Government Code section 6257 additionally requires that such material be redacted in order that the remainder of the information may be provided to satisfy my request.
In any case, if you determine that an express provision of law exists to exempt from disclosure all or a portion of the material I have requested, Government Code section 6256 requires a determination and notification to me of the reasons therefore no later than 10 days from your receipt of this request. Government Code Section 6256.2 prohibits the use of the 10-day period, or any other provision of the Public Records Act, ""to delay access for purposes of inspecting public records.''