Updates from the Local Government Records Commission: October 28, 2020

The Local Government Records Commission (LGRC) is responsible for determining which local government records have permanent historic value and which may be destroyed after specified periods of time. The Commission meets every April and October to approve revisions to local government Records Disposition Authorities, or RDAs. These documents outline all records that local governments create, identify which … Continue reading Updates from the Local Government Records Commission: October 28, 2020

Updates from the Local Government Records Commission: October 30, 2019

The Local Government Records Commission (LGRC) met on October 30, 2019 at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. The Code of Alabama 1975 § 41-13-21 charges the Commission with determining “which government records shall be permanently preserved…and which may be destroyed or otherwise disposed of.” The Commission meets every April and October to approve … Continue reading Updates from the Local Government Records Commission: October 30, 2019

Getting to Know the Local Government Records Commission

If you have ever enrolled in a public school, checked out a book from the public library, registered your car with the DMV, or received a parking ticket, you have been involved in the creation of local government records. Local records promote government transparency and may have future historical or research significance. The Local Government … Continue reading Getting to Know the Local Government Records Commission