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Maine’s Public Access Ombudsman
The Maine Legislature created a Public Access Ombudsman position to review complaints about compliance with the Freedom of Access Act and attempt to mediate their resolution, as well as answer calls from the public, media and government agencies about the requirements of the law. The Ombudsman is also responsible for providing educational materials about the law and preparing advisory opinions and works closely with the Right to Know Advisory Committee in monitoring new developments and considering improvements to the law.
Brenda Kielty became Maine’s first Public Access Ombudsman in 2012.
Read the latest Public Access Ombudsman Report (PDF)
Contact The Ombudsman
By Phone: 207-626-8577
Office of the Attorney General
Public Access Ombudsman
6 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333
By E-Mail: Brenda.Kielty@maine.gov