Every single FOIA request should have language in it that specifies a maximum that you are willing to pay, and that maximum should be a reasonable estimate on your part of how much you expect to pay.
For routine requests, like meeting minutes, policy documents, meeting agendas, and other records which should not require redaction, you should specify that you do not expect there to be any cost to the request.
Some suggested language reads
I am willing to pay up to $10.00 to satisfy this request. If the costs for fulfilling the request are expected to exceed $10.00, please provide an itemized summary of expected costs before proceeding with the request. Please consider waiving these fees, as the results of this query will contribute to the public interest.
If you expect the request to have no costs, write this as follows:
Because these documents have already been prepared and distributed to the public, I expect that there will be no cost in providing me with an existing electronic copy. If there are any costs for fulfilling this request, please itemize them before proceeding with this request.
Do everything you can to prevent the public body from accidentally doing a lot of work that you have no intention of paying for; a cap on fees will avoid needless work and frustration.