Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Public Records

MCDHH has a designated RAO who will receive and respond to your public records requests.

On June 3, 2016, Governor Baker signed into law “An Act to Improve Public Records,” enhancing public access to information. Learn more about how you can request and access public records from the Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing.

The Executive Office of Health and Human Services encourages you to use the form below to make a public records request (PRR) of the Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Public Records Request. This helps to ensure the most expeditious and accurate response to your request. Otherwise, written requests may be delivered by hand, mail, email or fax (if available). While requests for public records may be made orally in person to an RAO, such requests may not be the subject of an appeal. Telephone requests may be accepted at the discretion of the RAO.

Please note, the information you seek may already be available online. Please see commonly requested documents below.

The Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Public Records Request has designated the following employee as the Primary Records Access Officer (RAO) who will assist requesters in fulfilling their requests:

Sehin Mekuria, Primary RAO
Title: Deputy Commissioner of A&F/CFO
Business address: 600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111
Business telephone number: 617-740-1630
Business email: MCDHH.RAO@state.ma.us

Only questions pertaining to the PRR process or a PRR status should be sent to the email account of the Primary RAO.

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