WHAT WE DO
Welcome to the Greenfield Retirement System portion of the Greenfield website. We are pleased to provide our active and retired members, their families, and the public information about the Greenfield Retirement System.
On our pages you will find useful information such as important explanations of the public employee retirement law and Massachusetts General Law Chapter 32, along with links to other retirement-related websites.
RETIREMENT BOARD GUIDELINES FOR REQUESTS FOR PUBLIC RECORDS
The Massachusetts Public Records Law, Massachusetts General Law c. 66 and c. 4 section 7(26), provides that every person has a right to access public information. In order to assist members of the public with accessing public records in our custody, the following guidelines are provided:
- Although not required, requests for public records should be submitted in writing in order to ensure that our office accurately and completely responds to your request.
- A request for public records should include a reasonable description of specific records being requested, including a time period, if applicable.
- Under some circumstances, we may assess a reasonable fee for the production of public records, including $.05 per page for copying. We may charge up to $25 per hour for labor.
- For general information about public records law, or if you wish to appeal our response to your public records request, please contact the Public Records Division of the Secretary of the Commonwealth's Office.
- Meeting agendas
- Minutes of meetings
- Forms and guides
- Annual reports
- Audit reports
- Supplemental regulations
Greenfield Retirement Board
14 Court Square, 2nd Floor
Greenfield, MA 01301
Note to Members: If you are looking for records regarding your own information - such as your current annuity savings account balance or your estimated years of creditable service - please contact us. Your personal data is not a public record, and a request from you for your own information is not a public records request.