Effective March 24, 2020
In accordance with Guidance from the Office of Open Records, please be advised that no Right-to-Know requests directed to the Millcreek Township and the Millcreek Township Police Right-to-Know Officers that are submitted after March 24, 2020 will be processed until the Millcreek Township Municipal Building reopens and the Reduction in Operations level of the Millcreek Township Continuity of Operations Plan("COOP") is lifted and normal Township operations resume. Because Right-to-Know requests will not be processed at this time, the five (5) business day time period under the Right-to-Know law will not run until the Municipal Building reopens, the Reduction in Operations is lifted, and normal Township operations resume. On March 18, 2020, the Board of Supervisors approved Resolution 2020-R-14, which issued a Declaration of Disaster Emergency in Millcreek Township, adopted the COOP that provided for reduced Township operations and closed the Millcreek Township Municipal Building to the public. The Township implemented the COOP Reduction in Operations effective March 23, 2020 which ensures that only essential services are provided with minimal staffing. On March 24, 2020, the Board of Supervisors adopted Resolution 2020-R-19, determining that processing of Right-to-Know requests is not an essential service to be provided during this period of emergency and cannot be processed due to insufficient staffing under the Reduction in Operations and building closure.