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Record Access Officer

 

Pursuant to Chapter 121 of the Acts of 2016, An Act to Improve Public Records, every Retirement Board must appoint a Records Access Officer to coordinate responses to public records requests.

 

The Records Access Officer of the Holyoke Retirement Contributory Retirement System is:

 

Cheryl A. Dugre

Executive Director

20 Korean Veterans Plaza, Room 207

Holyoke, MA 01040

(413) 322-5590

(413) 322-5591 (fax)

cdugre@ret.holyoke.ma.us

 

You may make a public record request with the Board’s Records Access Officer in person, or by written request, or by telephone, email or fax.

 

Commonly requested public records on our website include: Valuation Reports, Annual Statements, Board Meeting Minutes.

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