Mea Culpa E-mail Glitch and Apologies to Evan, Paul & Kimberly

by Datechguy | December 29th, 2012

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Mea Culpa E-mail Glitch and Apologies to Evan, Paul & Kimberly

Do to an impend­ing change in some back­ground accounts into I detected an e-​mail glitch, one of my accounts was not prop­erly down­load­ing my e-​mails to my PC.

Appar­ently this has been going on since mid Novem­ber on this par­tic­u­lar account, but because I get such a vol­ume of e-​mail from so many accounts this remained unde­tected until some main­te­nance I finally had time to do tonight brought the prob­lem to light allow­ing me to repair it.

While much of the missed e-​mails were sim­ple infor­ma­tion there were three that directly impacted peo­ple who did not get responses. There­fore I owe three apolo­gies so let me deliver them pub­licly now.

To Evan Sayet come­dian and author extra­or­di­naire, I’m sorry I didn’t answer your e-​mail con­cern­ing sched­ul­ing because I never saw them, I’m anx­ious to have you on the show ASAP and will try to sched­ule you either sec­ond or third week of January.

To Dr. Paul Byrne, the same. I didn’t get your response e-​mail con­cern­ing the sched­ul­ing of you and tying things down. As this was the week of my mother’s death I was a tad dis­tracted as well but if I saw the e-​mails I would have answered them promptly. Like Evan Sayet I would like to sched­ule you the 2nd or third week of January.

Finally to Kim­berly Kerekes of the Town clerk’s office in Bar­ring­ton NH.

I’m very embar­rassed. You appar­ently answered my ques­tions from this post promptly but because of my e-​mail prob­lem I didn’t see the answers until today over seven weeks later. In addi­tion to updat­ing the base post I’ll also add your answers to this one.

It is grossly unfair to you and the town that said answers did not go up promptly and while this was due to the e-​mail bug it’s still my respon­si­bil­ity. I hope this pub­lic mea culpa helps make up for it.

Dear Peter “DaT­e­chGuy” Ingemi,

My answers are listed below:

1. Is the record of the voter rolls in Bar­ring­ton avail­able to be viewed by the pub­lic YES

2. Is there a sep­a­rate record of new reg­is­trants and/​or same day reg­is­trants avail­able? NO, PER Sec­re­tary of States Office

3. Did a per­son come in to obtain said records? YES

4. If so was said per­son told it would be $300 for said records?NO, the fee would be actu­ally be $379 which is the rate for the cur­rent MARKED CHECK­LIST, which is based on our cur­rent pho­to­copy fee per page, which is $1/​page.

4a. If there is such a fee, is that set by the city or state? Is it a stan­dard fee for records? For a marked checklist

the fee is what the Town or City charges for a copy.

5. The GROK arti­cle states that such pub­lic records are avail­able under state law say­ing the following:

New Hamp­shire State law (91-​a) allows the cit­i­zen to review, exam­ine, or inspect, any pub­lic doc­u­ment that is avail­able. They can even take pic­tures of it, or make their own copies or abstracts as long as the document(s) are on site and it occurs dur­ing reg­u­lar busi­ness hours.

5a Is this cor­rect and if so can said per­son make their own copies with­out charge? A per­son may view and takes notes on the marked check­list, but NO there will be no copies made with­out a charge, PER NH STATE LAW (91-a;IV)

If a pho­to­copy­ing machine or other device main­tained for use by a body or agency is used by the body or agency to copy the pub­lic record or doc­u­ment requested, the per­son request­ing the copy may be charged the actual cost of pro­vid­ing the copy, which cost may be col­lected by the body or agency.”

6. Will said records be avail­able elec­tron­i­cally (in PDF for­mat etc) and avail­able either to the pub­lic on request or on the Bar­ring­ton site even­tu­ally? An elec­tronic copy will be avail­able upon request after the Super­vi­sors of the Check­list have entered and scanned the check­list and new vot­ers into the statewide data­base for a fee of $26.50.

7. If I came down to see said records would they be avail­able for view­ing? YES

I have answered all your ques­tions to the best of my abil­ity, if you have any fur­ther ques­tions please

feel free to con­tact the New Hamp­shire Sec­re­tary of State at 2713242.
Kim­berly Kerekes

Again my apolo­gies to all three peo­ple above. Mea Culpa

Do to an impending change in some background accounts into I detected an e-mail glitch, one of my accounts was not properly downloading my e-mails to my PC.

Apparently this has been going on since mid November on this particular account, but because I get such a volume of e-mail from so many accounts this remained undetected until some maintenance I finally had time to do tonight brought the problem to light allowing me to repair it.

While much of the missed e-mails were simple information there were three that directly impacted people who did not get responses. Therefore I owe three apologies so let me deliver them publicly now.

To Evan Sayet comedian and author extraordinaire, I’m sorry I didn’t answer your e-mail concerning scheduling because I never saw them, I’m anxious to have you on the show ASAP and will try to schedule you either second or third week of January.

To Dr. Paul Byrne, the same. I didn’t get your response e-mail concerning the scheduling of you and tying things down. As this was the week of my mother’s death I was a tad distracted as well but if I saw the e-mails I would have answered them promptly. Like Evan Sayet I would like to schedule you the 2nd or third week of January.

Finally to Kimberly Kerekes of the Town clerk’s office in Barrington NH.

I’m very embarrassed. You apparently answered my questions from this post promptly but because of my e-mail problem I didn’t see the answers until today over seven weeks later. In addition to updating the base post I’ll also add your answers to this one.

It is grossly unfair to you and the town that said answers did not go up promptly and while this was due to the e-mail bug it’s still my responsibility. I hope this public mea culpa helps make up for it.

Dear Peter “DaTechGuy” Ingemi,

My answers are listed below:

1. Is the record of the voter rolls in Barrington available to be viewed by the public YES

2. Is there a separate record of new registrants and/or same day registrants available? NO, PER Secretary of States Office

3. Did a person come in to obtain said records? YES

4. If so was said person told it would be $300 for said records?NO, the fee would be actually be $379 which is the rate for the current MARKED CHECKLIST, which is based on our current photocopy fee per page, which is $1/page.

4a. If there is such a fee, is that set by the city or state? Is it a standard fee for records? For a marked checklist

the fee is what the Town or City charges for a copy.

5. The GROK article states that such public records are available under state law saying the following:

New Hampshire State law (91-a) allows the citizen to review, examine, or inspect, any public document that is available. They can even take pictures of it, or make their own copies or abstracts as long as the document(s) are on site and it occurs during regular business hours.

5a Is this correct and if so can said person make their own copies without charge? A person may view and takes notes on the marked checklist, but NO there will be no copies made without a charge, PER NH STATE LAW (91-a;IV)

“If a photocopying machine or other device maintained for use by a body or agency is used by the body or agency to copy the public record or document requested, the person requesting the copy may be charged the actual cost of providing the copy, which cost may be collected by the body or agency.”

6. Will said records be available electronically (in PDF format etc) and available either to the public on request or on the Barrington site eventually? An electronic copy will be available upon request after the Supervisors of the Checklist have entered and scanned the checklist and new voters into the statewide database for a fee of $26.50.

7. If I came down to see said records would they be available for viewing? YES

I have answered all your questions to the best of my ability, if you have any further questions please

feel free to contact the New Hampshire Secretary of State at 271-3242.
Kimberly Kerekes

Again my apologies to all three people above. Mea Culpa

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