Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law

Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law provides for access by citizens to public records and documents. Records are presumed to be public records unless disclosure is exempt by: (1) state or federal law or regulation; (2) judicial order; (3) privilege, e.g., attorney-client; or (4) one of the exceptions in Section 708 of the Right-to-Know Law.

Right-to-Know requestors are reminded to make sure that when filing a Right-To-Know request, you are seeking records and not just asking questions.

To file a Right-to-Know request with MESA, please use the Standard Request Form made available by the Pennsylvania Open Records Office.

Please email your completed Right-to-Know Request form with your contact information to [email protected].

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