On April 1, 2020, I previously made a Public Records Request (#20-1566), which requested the following:
"I am asking for public records relating to the installation, maintenance, and/or activation of a fire hydrant installed on the corner of an alley opening within the City of San Diego in the City Heights neighborhood. The closest residential address to the location of the fire hydrant is 4619 Orange Avenue, San Diego, CA 92115.
I am requesting any and all documents pertaining to the fire hydrant's installation, maintenance, and/or activation through 4/1/2020. This includes, but is not limited to any and all communications (emails, letters, documents, photocopies, photographs, electronic communications, text messages, etc.)."
Some responsive documents were provided. However, several known and identified documents within the responsive documents were not provided. The documents that were not provided included references to existing plans and/or blueprints, as well as document attachments to emails that included photographs, documents, estimates, work orders, etc.
After reviewing the previously released public documents, the documents originally requested regarding the installation, maintenance, and/or activation of the Fire Hydrant located on Orange Ave., at the north end of Alley #20, through 4/1/2020, were not included. The documents provided only run through 8/27/2018, and importantly do not identify whether work on the Fire Hydrant in question was ever completed as planned on 8/31/2018.
Additionally, citizens have observed City of San Diego workers conducting maintenance on the Fire Hydrant in question in 2019 and 2020, including wrapping the Fire Hydrant with a thick black plastic covering and securing it with duct tape. However, none of these activities are included in any of the responsive documents.
Therefore, in addition to the documents previously release on 4/22/2020 under Request #20-1566, I am requesting any and all attachments to the email correspondence from the previously released materials including documents, emails, photographs, work orders, correspondence, estimates, etc., and renew my request for responsive documents, emails, photographs, work orders, correspondence, estimates, etc., regarding the installation, maintenance, and/or activation of the Fire Hydrant located on Orange Ave., at the north end of Alley #20, between 46th and Menlo Avenue in San Diego, CA 92115, through today's date.