(a) General rule.--The minutes of the commission shall be preserved as permanent records. Correspondence, other papers and records of the commission shall be maintained for
periods established in the commission's records retention schedule, which may, upon
publication of notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin, be changed at the discretion of
the commission to meet the criteria and needs of the commission.
(b) Electronic records.--The commission and the director, in their deliberations, may rely on computerized
or electronically or mechanically reproduced records.
(c) Records to be public.--On written request, supported by justification acceptable to the director and subject
to reasonable regulation, all records of the commission shall be open to public inspection
during ordinary business hours except as otherwise provided for under this chapter.
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