Hi Kim: As Town Clerk of Northfield, you are the custodian of the certified grand list that gets lodged with you after conclusion of listers' grievance hearings. 32 VSA 4151. This is a paper document, not an electronic document. The custodians of the NEMRC electronic grand list are the listers. So technically, InfoUSA should be asking the listers, not you, for this document. However, if the listers are ammenable, I think you could burn a disk of the NEMRC grand list that you sent to PVR. Bear in mind that InfoUSA has to pay for the disk and any time over 30 minutes you folks spend on it, consistent with either your town policy (if you have one) or the schedule put out by the Secretary of State. You can require payment before delivery of the public document, too. Call if you need any help on this. Charles L. Merriman Special Assistant Attorney General Department of Taxes, Division of Property Valuation and Review PO Box 429 State Street Montpelier, Vermont 05601-0429 Tel. (802) 828-2731 Facsimile (802) 828-5873 ----- Original Message ----- From: "Kim Pombar" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2003 8:39 AM Subject: copy of grandlist > I received a request from InfoUSA, Inc for a copy of our grandlist. I > understand this a public record and I should fill the request is this > correct? They are asking it be sent either e-mail or on a cd in ASCII > format. Just would like some input as to how anybody else would handle this. > Thanks & Happy Holidays to all!!