Open Records Requests
The Agency Open Records Officer ("AORO") for Indiana Borough is Communications & Grants Coordinator, Kyle Mudry. All Open Records submissions should be delivered via email to email@example.com or via postal service at 80 North 8th Street, Indiana, PA 15701, using the designated Open Records form on this page, below:
The AORO performs specific functions under state law:
receives requests for public records,
directs requests to other appropriate persons within the Borough or to the appropriate persons in another agency,
tracks the Borough's progress in responding to requests, and
issues interim and final responses.
When the AORO receives a request for a public record, they will:
state the date of receipt on the written request,
compute the day on which the five-day response expires and make a notation of that date on the written request,
maintain an electronic or paper copy of a written request, including all documents submitted with the request until the request has been fulfilled, and
create a file and keep all of the following:
the original request,
a copy of the response, and
a record of communications with the requester.
If the request is denied, the written request will be maintained for 30 days.
If an appeal is filed, the records will be maintained until a final determination is issued or the appeal is deemed denied.
Appeals can be sent to the Office of Open Records. The mailing address for the Office of Open Records is:
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Open Records
333 Market Street, 16th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17101-2234
All requests for public records of Indiana Borough must be specific in identifying and describing with sufficient detail each public record requested.
The AORO, or their designee, shall be present when all public records are inspected and examined.
In no case shall Indiana Borough be required to create a public record which does not exist or to compile, maintain, format or organize a public record in a manner in which Indiana Borough does not compile, maintain, format or organize the public record.