In the past, I had interactions via email with various boards of my town government. I recently noticed that printouts of these emails were scanned and added to the "meeting package" - a PDF document that is available on the town's website. The printout contains my name, email address, and in some instances my address and home phone number. Google OCR'd the PDF documents and finds them when I search for my email address. (e.g. https://www.town.medfield.net/DocumentCenter/View/2309/BOS-Meeting-Packet-January-29-2019-PDF)
I asked for these documents to be redacted or removed, but I did not get a response and I don't expect any action. Is there a legal basis for this request, or can the town take the position that the correspondence is public record in its entirety? And what entity could help me enforce a request for removal (other than a paid lawyer)?
Comment/Explanation: The initial couple of answers don't seem to address my concern, so here is another attempt to explain. My question is primarily about the level of protection that PII should get from local governments, not about public records. I do contract work for a federal government agency. I have to undergo training annually for Title-9,13,26 protection of citizen data. It appears to me that local town governments should adhere to the same standards, but I was wondering what the legal basis is.