Right To Know Law Act
In Pennsylvania, on February 14, 2008, Governor Edward G.
Rendell signed the Right-To-Know Law Act. This new law
fundamentally changed the way people access public records of
their government and changed the way government processes these
requests. The new law created the Office of Open Records
to implement and monitor the law.
The Municipal Authority of the Borough of Oakmont, aka
Oakmont Water Authority, is an agency that is required to comply
under this Act.
The Municipal Authority of the Borough of Oakmont Open Records Policy:
Click Here for Open-Records-Policy.pdf
The Right-To-Know Officer, Mrs. Diana Alese, has the duty to process requests under the Act.
Requests should be submitted on the Pennsylvania's Office of Open
Records Request Form.
Click Here for Request Form
Send completed Right-To-Know Form to:
Oakmont Water Authority
P.O. Box 73
Oakmont, PA 15139
Additional information can be obtained thru:
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Open Records
Commonwealth of Keystone Building
400 North Street
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225
Web Site: http://openrecords.state.pa.us