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Public Notices

Public Notice Resources


These are resources that FPA members may use. You may republish any of the available ads, columns, or resources in your own publication.

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Space is available on each print ad for the addition of your logo.

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Digital:

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Download this ad:

Eighth Page (3.75″ x 5″)
Quarter Page (5.25 x 10.5″)
Full Page (9.8″ x 18.75″)

Digital:

300 x 250

Columns & Editorials

The following columns may be republished. Please credit the originating publication as indicated.

Editorial: Keep legal notices in newspapers
Originally published as an editorial in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, April 10, 2019

Editorial: Why legal notices should stay in newspapers
Originally published as an editorial in the Tampa Bay Times, April 2, 2019

Keep public notices where people will see them — in newspapers and on their websites
Originally published as an editorial in the Sun-Sentinel on April 6, 2019

If Republican lawmakers eliminate public notices, Floridians won’t know what their government is doing. And that’s the point, isn’t it?
Originally published in the Miami Herald on April 05, 2019

Fighting to Keep Public Notices in Newspapers
by Maryanne Reed, Nieman Reports

Keep Public Notices in Media
by Dominic M. Calabro, president and CEO of Florida TaxWatch, and former state senator Pat Neal, chairman of Florida TaxWatch and president of Neal Communities

 


Resources

Best Practices for Public Notice
Public Notice Resource Center

Key Talking Points on Why Public Notices Should Be in Newspapers
Florida Press Association