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August 07, 2013

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b

Just vectors w/ an ID. No address,landuse or anything usable -naturally.

David Sonnen

You have to laugh! Orange County somehow managed to have their parcel database declared "software" and thus not subject to California's PRA.

The only remaining question is why this decision took years instead of minutes.

Chris Andrews

Awesome. The lack of compliance with 1996 E-FOIA is what put the first company that I worked for out of business. Taxes pay for this data collection, thus the data should be freely available to tax payers.

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