Nothing in the FOIA addresses an administrative appeal within the agency from a denial of the request. Because there are no specified administrative procedures to exhaust, the initial denial should be treated as final for purposes of judicial review. See Ark. Code Ann. § 25-19-107(a) (citizen denied rights under FOIA “may appeal immediately from the denial”). Exhaustion of administrative remedies is not necessary in FOIA cases unless declaratory relief is sought. Rehab Hospital Services Corp. v. Delta-Hills Health Sys. Agency Inc., 285 Ark. 397, 687 S.W.2d 840 (1985).