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Right-To-Know forms and information
Open Records Information under the Right-to-Know Law
Requests and access under the Right-to-Know (Open Record) Law shall be governed by the law itself (Act 3 of 2008), as well as the ARIN Intermediate Unit's Right-to-Know Policy and Administrative Regulations.
Open Records Officer:
To request information from ARIN, contact Open Records Officer:
Open records requests must be made in writing. The requestor can use the ARIN Right-to-Know Request for Information Form. Please note: Phone requests will not be accepted.
Copying/duplicating fees and postage costs will be assessed on the person requesting, as allowed by Section 1307 of Act 3. ARIN shall use the fee schedule established by the Office of Open Records. The requestor shall pay all fees prior to ARIN releasing the requested records. The requestor's refusal to pay the assessed fees will result in ARIN making the records available for review only.
Office of Open Records:
For more information or to appeal a denial, contact:
PA Office of Open Records: