Toho must comply with Florida’s Public Records Law, Chapter 119, Florida Statutes

When a customer signs up for a Toho internet payment option or other electronic service, Toho requests contact information such as the customer’s name and email address. This information is used to fulfill the customer’s request for service. Toho will not sell or rent any information collected on its website; however, Toho must comply with Florida’s Public Records Law, Chapter 119, Florida Statutes.

The Florida Public Records Law provides a right of access to the records of the state, local governments, and special districts, such as Toho. In the absence of a statutory exemption, this right of access applies to all materials made or received by Toho, including any information collected from this website and email addresses. If you believe your information is exempt from disclosure under the Public Records Law, please complete the form below.

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Changes to Privacy Statement

This policy was last updated June 2022. Should there be a material change in our privacy policy, we will post the changes to this web page.

Public Records Exemption Request

Florida law provides that an agency shall treat social security numbers, bank account numbers, and debit, charge, and credit card numbers as automatically exempt from public disclosure. In addition, Florida law allows eligible persons to submit a written and notarized request that a non‐employing agency maintain as exempt from public disclosure certain identification and/or location information contained in records within the agency's custody.