The Freedom of Information Act permits each public body to "establish fees reasonably calculated to reimburse it for its actual cost in making reproductions of such records." W. Va. Code § 29B-1-3(5). The Supreme Court of Appeals has indicated that a public body "may . . . provide for reasonable limitations as to the hours and methods of viewing and cost of copying, but in no circumstances may these limitations be used so as to prevent a person from access to the records." Richardson v. Town of Kimball, 340 S.E.2d at 583 n.2.