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Public Notice Day

Public Notice Day 2021

March 24, 2021
Tallahassee, FL

The fourth annual Public Notice Day will be held March 24 during the 2021 Legislative Session. Unfortunately, the Capitol remains closed due to COVID-19 so we will hold a Virtual Public Notice Day on March 24! You are encouraged to set zoom meetings with legislators from your district on this day. (Find your state representative here and your senator here.)

Additionally, FPA is coordinating an advertising campaign with eighth, quarter, and full page ads to run in every member newspaper. Insertion orders will be sent by Intersect Media in advance, and the ads will also be posted on this page.


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Editorials

*Editorials may be republished with proper attribution

New! Are You On Notice About What Politicians Are Proposing? You Are If You’re Reading Your Local Newspaper
by Jim Fogler, President and CEO of the Florida Press Association

New! Who cares about public notices? You should.
by Dean Ridings, CEO, America’s Newspapers

New! Keep Public Notices Public
by William R. Barker, Florida Press Association Board Member, Founder and CEO, Barker Strategic Solutions, LLC and former Florida Regional President for Gannett, the USA Today Network and LOCALiQ

New! We Must Fight to Protect Public’s Right to Watch their Elected Officials
by Dominic M. Calabro, president and CEO of Florida TaxWatch and former Sen. George LeMieux, chairman of Florida TaxWatch and chairman of the Gunster Firm

Why deprive the public of the right to know?
by Barb Shepherd, Publisher, The West Volusia Beacon

Public notice bill would make knowing what government is up to harder
Joint editorial by the editorial boards of the USA TODAY Network- Florida