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Oakland County Clerk’s Office Library CARD Program
Do you need a copy of your birth certificate? Are you applying for a marriage license? Or maybe you need to get property, mortgages, deed or lien records? Don’t have time to go to the county offices in Pontiac? Avoid the drive time and standing-in-line time by ordering these records online. The Oakland County Clerk & Register of Deed’s Office has made it much easier to order these and other documents online and to have them delivered to your home.
The Library CARD (Convenience & Access to Records and Documents) Program is a joint effort with more than 25 Oakland County libraries, including Royal Oak Public Library, to assist their patrons in accessing many public records overseen by the County Clerk’s office. If you need more information about this program, stop by the adult reference desk to pick up a brochure, or ask the reference librarian for assistance.
A wide variety of government sources are available about BP’s oil spill in the Gulf. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration maintains a comprehensive site offering fact sheets, maps, publications and advisories on the oil spill and its impact on the gulf, marshland, sea life and the fishing industry.
The National Institutes of Health has created a comprehensive list of government websites carrying information about the human health risks of the release of crude oil in the Gulf. Visit the Institutes' Crude Oil Spills and Health link to access a wide range of sites detailing the health risks; the impact on the environment, wildlife and seafood; the Environmental Protection Agency's stand on the dispersants being used; the response from the Gulf Coast states; the impact of oil well fires; and the hazards facing clean-up workers.
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