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By Mike Maciag Erie Times-News staff blogger
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Posted: July 13th, 2011
Some local governments now post RTK information

Some local officials were unaware last week that open records information is required by law to be posted online.

After our story was published, a few local municipalities have since posted the information.

The state Right-To-Know Law requires all government agencies, if they maintain websites, to post contact information for open records and appeals officers, RTK policies and copies of forms.

Six local municipalities mentioned in the story had no RTK documentation posted on their websites last week. Three have since added the required information:

– City of Corry: Link
– Union City Borough: Link
– Waterford Borough: Link

As of this morning, three other municipalities still had not posted RTK documents:

– Albion borough: http://www.albionboro.com/
– Girard Township: http://www.girardtownship.com
– Mill Village Borough: http://www.millvillageboro.org/

For an updated list of Right-To-Know links for all local governments, see last week’s post.

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