Dear City Clerks for Redding, Los Angeles and Santa Cruz:
Please read the following linked to articles.
Redding has asked California Governor Newsom permission to involuntarily incarcerate (disabled) homeless people in prison camps..
Los Angeles is communicating with President Trump's administration to take, some assert, similar actions.
Santa Cruz is on the list for intervention by the Trump administration.
Subsequently I ask for the following under the California Public Records Act (CPRA):
- All written correspondence — including electronic content — between HUD, Redding, Los Angeles and Santa Cruz about homeless camps from November 1, 2019 and today, January 12, 2020. If this is too broad, please direct me to your officials who have been communicating with the Trump administration in the last three months.
- All reports put by the federal government about "homelessness" presented to your cities from November 1, 2019 and today, January 12, 2020. If this is too broad, please direct me to your officials who have been communicating with the federal government in the last three months.
- All written correspondence — including electronic content — between California Governor Gavin Newsom's administration and Redding about homelessness from between November 1, 2019 and today 12, 2020. If this is too broad please direct me to the appropriate officials.
I am willing to pay a fee of $5 for the requests to each of the above cities. I ask you to waive all fees because these records will be sent to Governor Newsom, the California State Legislature, the U.S. Senate and nonprofit advocacy groups.
That said, please provide me an estimate if the fees will exceed $5 each.
I ask these records be provided to me electronically (via email). Thank you.