O.C. Records Available Via the Web

Residents can now access county records and services from their home and office computers rather than waiting in line at government centers, officials announced this week.

GovernLink, a new Web site that links county and municipal government offices, allows individuals to receive government records, including fictitious business names; satisfy regulatory requirements; pay delinquent fees and fines; apply for licenses and permits; and access birth, death and marriage certificates.

"Orange County is pleased to be the first local government in the country to offer this service to its residents," Clerk-Recorder Gary L. Granville said.

The Web page address: http://www.oc.ca.gov/recorder.

The service is offered by Lockheed Martin in partnership with Oracle Corp.

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