Recently I shared my audio of my 19Aug2010 (e) check

Today I got the Results of my first ever California Public Records Act Request

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?