The answer is yes
. Now, they may not automatically make this public record, but it is, via KS Statutes: Ch 45 Article 2
(open records act). See here
This is done by sending a certified letter request. A sample of such a letter may be found here
(simply fill in the blanks and it will generate a request letter). Then, the chamber of commerce should give the information.
Now, the chamber of commerce may not be a government agency, but as long as it is one of the following, the open records act in KS applies to it:
Nongovernmental bodies: Includes any entity receiving or expending and supported in whole or part by public funds. K.S.A. 45-217(f)(1). Does not include entities receiving public funds in return for property, goods, or services. K.S.A. 45-217(e)(2)(a).
Advisory boards and commissions, quasi-governmental entities: These are subject to the act if publicly funded. Op.Atty.Gen. 88-48 (1986).
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