Port St. Lucie judge to decide whether taxpayers should pay for public records request for lawsuit

From WPTV.com:

FORT PIERCE — Should Port St. Lucie taxpayers pay the estimated $3.5 million charge to produce public records requested by former members of the Police Department in a lawsuit against the city?

“No,” said attorney Allen Sange, who is representing the city in a lawsuit filed by four former city police officers and two civilian employees claiming they’ve been denied access to public records needed to argue their wrongful termination suit.