Recently I shared my audio of my 19Aug2010 (e) check
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyA_Z69G5E0

Today I got the Results of my first ever California Public Records Act Request
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkTRIKdc3lE

If anyone knows much about the CPRA, maybe you could tell me if the Marysville Police Department Violated the CPRA when they charged me $35 for 1 piece of paper and 1 CD with 1 audio file that is 75 seconds long. If they did violate the CPRA, what can/should I do?

California Government Code Section 6253
(b) Except with respect to public records exempt from disclosure
by express provisions of law, each state or local agency, upon a
request for a copy of records that reasonably describes an
identifiable record or records, shall make the records promptly
available to any person upon payment of fees covering direct costs of
duplication, or a statutory fee if applicable. Upon request, an
exact copy shall be provided unless impracticable to do so.

Also, does anyone know what the police meant by UFR?