As of 2009, the Sunshine Act and the PA Right to Know Law have worked together to provide transparency of government, and give citizens access to public open records to which they are entitled. Requests can be made to review or receive copies (for a nominal fee) from any public body. The state office asks you to use good judgment in seeking records and not use the law to harass or overburden public bodies from performing its other functions. A request should be specific and should be made to seek records, not to have questions answered. There is a difference between “How much money did you spend on the carnival” vs. “Please provide a record that reflects the expenditures by the Township for the carnival.”

opens in a new windowNorth Londonderry Township Policyopens PDF file .

Township Open Records Officer

North Londonderry Township
Lisa M. Daubert
655 East Ridge Road
Palmyra, PA 17078-9312

Open Record Request Formopens PDF file

State Office of Open Records

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone Building 
400 North Street, 4th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225
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Lebanon County District Attorney

Pier Hess-Graf
District Attorney’s Office
400 S. 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042

You must make your request directly to the agency or agencies that hold(s) the records you are seeking. See the  opens in a new windowCitizen’s Guideopens PDF file  for additional information.

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