This site is a compilation of sovereign notices published on the internet 24 hours a day, seven days a week, about acts of kindness, soup kitchens, volunteer rewards, rehab hours and locations, first aid and self care workshops with special guest speakers, local drumming and dance music festivals, social and cultural events, farmers markets and information about other government, business and local activities that are noticed as a professional business courtesy.
These notices are available to readers at no charge. They are originally published on this website as a trusted source for all local community information on SSG jurisdiction. Sovereign Notices with SSG members interest is to have people the ‘Right to Know’ at all times. In order to preserve our precious Tree spirits, SSG members have chosen to NOT advertise announcements in papers, magazines or books.
SSG members offer an internet presentation supported by preferred ‘digitized’ newsletters to inform, advice and educate people living on SSG Jurisdiction about SSG leaders activities that may impact local communities. This means that up to date information about SSG laws, foreign relations and social events are accessed by click of the finger on this Notice tab any time.
Readers may subscribe to SSG Sovereign Notice and have important issues or articles of interest delivered directly by email every morning. Contributing writers or journalists may contact SSG directly for a specific area of interest.
Standard notification methods are local newspapers, TV or radio. SSG interest to provide international financial transparency with internet news is to eliminate the expense of media publication by introducing new and safe software that can customize personal interests. For example, if you like to travel and want world news, then SSG travel guide can offer real time information about travel warnings and advice on different customs, languages, cultures. SSG media software can customize that interest by specific questions asked on your subscription.
Sovereign Notices are issued by SSG department advisors to announce certain types of SSCK laws or peoples witnessing lawful proceedings or arbitrations or depositions. It is a requirement in most jurisdictions, in order to allow members of the public to make their opinions on proposals known beforea rule or law is made. For local government, public notice is often given by those seeking permission to do business on SSG land or other approvals that must be consented to by SSG leaders.
SSG website content is subject to change with no further Notice for updates and quality assurance.
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