Friday, October 26, 2007

Free access to Oklahoma legal notices

Bill Y sends this Library Story:
Oklahoma newspapers have launched a new website that provides the public with free access to legal notices:

>From the site's home page. . .
Government should be accountable to the public and warn citizens of government actions affecting their way of life.

Printed public notice is part of our national heritage. For hundreds of years, newspapers have been the best form of public notice. Oklahoma newspapers take this responsibility seriously and are committed to broad dissemination of notices to the public.

Now you can read the same notices on the Internet that appear in Oklahoma newspapers. It's print power with Internet ease.

Oklahoma newspapers voluntarily created this free site at no cost to government to help citizens find information that affects their way of life.

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