From Franklin Township Informer (Indianapolis):
Q: The newspaper had a public notice advertisement scheduled to run Aug. 20 and Sept. 3. It ran Aug. 20, but prior to running in the Sept. 3 issue the newspaper received an email with 12 changes to the notice.
Does this constitute as a different notice? Am I correct that when a notice runs twice we are only paid once?
A: If the changes were corrections, I’d call the second version a continuation of the original notice. If a notice runs twice, yes, you only get paid once and only turn in a publisher’s claim form once, but you use a per-line rate in the bill to reflect that the notice ran twice.
There also are different prices for notices that run three or four times.
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