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Welcome to Southern Crescent Plastic Surgery #southern #crescent #plastic #surgery #peachtree #city #ga, #peachtree

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Welcome to Southern Crescent Plastic Surgery, PC. This website was created solely for your benefit, to help you make informed decisions about your health care. We will introduce you to our highly-skilled Plastic Surgeon Dr. Lawrence Gross, as well as explain our many surgical procedures and our office policies on excellent patient care.

Dr. Gross and our staff at Southern Crescent Plastic Surgery are committed to providing you with cosmetic and reconstructive Plastic Surgery in an environment of comfort and confidentiality. We offer professional, personal, and compassionate care to all of our patients, and if you ever have any questions or concerns, we encourage you to speak with Dr. Gross or our nurse administrator Alice BSN, CNOR, RNFA.

Plastic Surgery is a subtle combination of medicine, art, and understanding each patient s requests. We recognize the importance of all of these contributions and are eager to work with you to provide the very best results possible.





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Georgia Association of Business Brokers #order #business #cards

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Welcome to GABB.org
The Georgia Association of Business Brokers

GABB is a professional membership organization committed to professionalism in the business brokerage industry. GABB members relentlessly pursue professional development so they can render superior, ethical services for all customers and clients.

To learn more about how we can help you, please click on a link at the bottom of this page.

Latest Blog Posts

The decision to buy an international business is no doubt quite serious. There are numerous factors that must be taken into consideration when [Read More. ]

Matt Kempner, the AJC’s sometimes irreverent business columnist, will speak to the GABB on Aug. 30 about how the news media covers business. The Aug. [Read More. ]

ATLANTA-A severe lack of investment, especially in technology, explains why gross domestic product (GDP) growth has stalled, according to Rajeev [Read More. ]

The GABB usually meets on the last Tuesday of every month.

Upcoming GABB Meeting Dates

Sept. 27-Fall Conference,
Oct. 25-Members Only, Nov. 29

The monthly meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. and is preceded at 9:45 a.m. by a free light breakfast and networking session. There is networking with coffee and pastries from about 9:45 to 10:30 and the meeting will last from about 10:30 to somewhere between 11:30 and noon.

Our meetings begin with guest and member introductions of name, company and what you do, not a networking or elevator minute. After introductions, we have about a 30-minute presentation by either a panel or a speaker and then some time for questions. After the presentation we’ll have a few items of association business and then adjourn the meeting.

There is no cost to attend and there are two parking decks available with free parking adjacent to the facility. Please bring your parking ticket to the meeting for validation.

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Tag & Tax Office #georgia #auto #tag

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Muscogee County Tag & Tax Office
2015 Motor Vehicle Information

Lula Lunsford Huff – Muscogee County Tax Commissioner

Constitutional Office

The County Tax Commissioner, an office established by Georgia’s Constitution and elected in all counties except one ( Dougherty County), is the official responsible for tax returns filed by taxpayers or designates the Board of Tax Assessors to receive all returns filed. The Tax Commissioner receives and processes applications for homestead exemption, serves as an agent for the State Revenue Commissioner for the registration of motor vehicles, and performs all functions related to billing, collecting, disbursing, and accounting for ad valorem taxes in the county.

Contacts

(706) 653-4208
(706) 225-3772-Fax

Citizens Service Center
3111 Citizens Way directions
Columbus, Georgia 31906
Monday – Friday: 8:30AM – 4:30PM

Darrell “Tony” Floyd, Chief Deputy Tax Commissioner email
Tyrone Whittaker, Deputy Tax Commissioner – Motor Vehicle

Disabled Person Placards & Tag

Disabled Persons Parking Permits/Placards are free and issued to a *disabled person upon presentation of an affidavit from a practitioner of the healing arts. *See O.C.G.A. 40-6-221 for description. The disabled person’s tag is $20.

Permanent Disabled Person (Blue) Placard is valid for a period of 4 years, may be used in any vehicle the disabled person is operating or is a passenger.

Temporary Disabled Person Placard is valid for no longer than 6 months and can be used in any vehicle the disabled person is operating or is a passenger.

License Plates

Decals Motor vehicle registrants can now choose a “Muscogee” County or “in God We Trust” decal

Salvage/Rebuilt Vehicles

Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue for more information at (404) 968-3800.

Release of Information

In accordance with the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) motor vehicle information is not public information and will only be released to the:

  • Owner: Form MV-20 & ID
  • Buyer: Form MV-20, title or bill of sale & ID
  • Driver, passenger or pedestrian in an accident: Form MV-20, Police Report & ID
  • Judgment creditor of the vehicle’s owner: Form MV-20, certified copy of FIFA, & ID
  • Others contact the Tag Office: Attorney/paralegal/firm’s staff
    Bank/lending institution/dealership
    Insurance company/adjuster

Military/Veterans

Leased vehicles do not qualify for tax exemptions.

A service member or dependent may request exemption of ad valorem taxes under the service member’s relief act, service member must be”

  1. Active duty and not a legal resident of Georgia, who is a citizen of the United States.
  2. Assigned and present in the state of Georgia:
    1. Current military ID card
    2. Leave and Earning Statement dated within three months of registration or renewals
    3. Service member’s special affidavit obtained from the JAG office annually
    4. Power of attorney if owner is not present
    5. Georgia Insurance

Questions pertaining to Veteran’s exemption, please contact our office or the Georgia Department of Veterans Service Field Office (706) 649-1266.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Need a tag
A. GA ID or Driver’s License, renewal notice or tag/VIN#.

Q. Registering vehicle
A. 30-days from vehicle entering county or within 30 days of purchase from dealer, 7 days casual sale.

Q. Tag is missing
A. Replacement fee $8 plus police report.

Q. Stolen vehicle
A. File police report.

Q. Moved
A. Provide Tag Office new address. Mail not forwarded.

Q. Received uncalculated tax bill
A. Contact Tag Office with new address.

Q. Lost title
A. Replacement fee $8, vehicle owner must be present or POA presented with copy of ID. Lien release may be required.

Q. Due
A. TAVT Rate: 2015 is 7%

Q. Someone else’s tag renewal
A. Copy of vehicle owner driver’s license and vehicle renewal notice.

Q. Sold the vehicle
A. Cancel registration and/or turn-in the tag. Must be done in person or by mail.

Q. Lost Mail
A. Owner must contact tag office immediately.

Important Note:
Cancel Registration on vehicle – sold, (stolen), inoperable, stored, junked or salvaged prior to canceling the insurance .

Insurance

GA Insurance Companies Must Electronically Transmit Liability Insurance Coverage. Insurance card not acceptable

Motor vehicle owners and lessees in this state are required by law to maintain continuous Georgia liability insurance coverage on their vehicles.

Proof of this coverage is necessary to register and/or purchase GA tag.

Acceptable Proof of GA Insurance:

  1. Electronic transmission of liability insurance by a GA insurance company into the Georgia Department of Revenue insurance database within thirty days of coverage.

Temporary acceptable proof of GA insurance: A valid binder letter issued by a GA licensed incensed insurance company showing the vehicle’s identification number (VIN) can be used as temporary proof of GA liability insurance coverage for thirty days from the binder’s issue date. (Fax no permitted)

  • “Self-insured information card” and a “certificate of self-insurance” issued by the GA Insurance & Fire Safety Commissioner’s Office.
  • A valid Georgia fleet insurance card.

    * To avoid insurance penalties, registration must be canceled if vehicle is inoperable or not being operated.

  • Walk-In / Mail-In / On-Line Services

    1. Walk-In Service:
      Citizens Service Center 3111 Citizens Way,
      Columbus, GA 31906
      ACCEPTABLE PAYMENT FORMS:
      Cash (Walk-in Service Only), Money Order, Cashier’s Check, or Personal check (local banks)
    2. Mail-In Service:
      • Muscogee County Tag Office
      • P.O. Box 1441
      • Columbus, GA 31902-1441

        Mail-In Checklist:
      • Verify information
      • Include GA driver’s license of vehicle’s owner
      • Include daytime phone number with area code
      • Postmark by midnight of primary vehicle’s owner birthday
      • DO NOT send cash through the mail
        Make check payable to:
        Muscogee County Tax Commissioner
        (BADCHECK FEE $30 OR 5% OF CHECK, WHICHEVER IS GREATER)
        Acceptable Payment Forms
      • Money Order, Cashier’s Check, or Personal check (local banks)
    3. Internet Renewal Service
      Renew online: mvd.dor.ga.gov/tags/index.aspx
      Acceptable Payment Forms
      • E-check
      • Credit Card
      • Debit Card
    4. IVR Phone Line Service (Interactive Voice Response)
      Renew by telephone (877) 496-0249 Acceptable Payment Forms
      • E-check
      • Credit Card
      • Debit Card

    ** PLEASE NOTE **

    • THIS OFFICE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TAG / DECAL LOST IN THE MAIL.
    • FAILURE TO RECEIVE RENEWAL NOTICE DOES NOT RELIEVE TAX PENALTIES
    • TO ENSURE DELIVERY:
      AFFIX CORRECT POSTAGE AMOUNT

    AVOID BUSY HOURS

    • Mondays, Fridays and lunch hours (11AM-1PM)
    • For faster service renew by mail, Internet or phone.




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    Hotels in Midtown Savannah, GA #savannah #business #hotels, #courtyard #savannah #midtown, #savannah #georgia #us

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    Sweeten your stay at our hotel in Midtown Savannah, GA

    Discover high-tech amenities and true Southern hospitality at Courtyard Savannah Midtown. Located near the city s popular Historic District, our hotel in Midtown Savannah offers easy access to a variety of popular attractions, including Savannah State University, Hunter Army Airfield, Tybee Island and the beautiful Savannah waterfront. After an eventful day of exploring, retire to cozy guest rooms and suites featuring free wireless Internet, plush bedding and plenty of space to spread out. Visit our stylish lobby area, home to The Bistro (open for breakfast and dinner) and a variety of comfortable areas to work and socialize. We also offer a 24-hour Market that sells a selection of sundries and to-go snacks. Stay active in our modern fitness center, providing weights and cardio equipment, or go for a refreshing dip in our sunny outdoor pool. Our Savannah Midtown hotel also offers two flexible event rooms for corporate gatherings and social occasions. Book a stay at Courtyard Savannah Midtown today!

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    Georgia Association of Business Brokers #how #to #finance #a #business

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    Welcome to GABB.org
    The Georgia Association of Business Brokers

    GABB is a professional membership organization committed to professionalism in the business brokerage industry. GABB members relentlessly pursue professional development so they can render superior, ethical services for all customers and clients.

    To learn more about how we can help you, please click on a link at the bottom of this page.

    Latest Blog Posts

    The decision to buy an international business is no doubt quite serious. There are numerous factors that must be taken into consideration when [Read More. ]

    Matt Kempner, the AJC’s sometimes irreverent business columnist, will speak to the GABB on Aug. 30 about how the news media covers business. The Aug. [Read More. ]

    ATLANTA-A severe lack of investment, especially in technology, explains why gross domestic product (GDP) growth has stalled, according to Rajeev [Read More. ]

    The GABB usually meets on the last Tuesday of every month.

    Upcoming GABB Meeting Dates

    Sept. 27-Fall Conference,
    Oct. 25-Members Only, Nov. 29

    The monthly meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. and is preceded at 9:45 a.m. by a free light breakfast and networking session. There is networking with coffee and pastries from about 9:45 to 10:30 and the meeting will last from about 10:30 to somewhere between 11:30 and noon.

    Our meetings begin with guest and member introductions of name, company and what you do, not a networking or elevator minute. After introductions, we have about a 30-minute presentation by either a panel or a speaker and then some time for questions. After the presentation we’ll have a few items of association business and then adjourn the meeting.

    There is no cost to attend and there are two parking decks available with free parking adjacent to the facility. Please bring your parking ticket to the meeting for validation.

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    22 Accredited Counseling Schools in Georgia #counseling #programs #in #georgia

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    Find Your Degree

    Counseling Schools In Georgia

    In Georgia, there are 22 accredited schools where counseling classes faculty can find employment. The trends in Georgia’s counseling academic community can be evaluated by looking at the statistics and graphs below. Academia in counseling includes counseling training at the following levels:

    • Counseling Certificate
    • Associates degree in Counseling
    • Bachelors degree in Counseling
    • Masters degree in Counseling
    • PhD degree in Counseling

    Schools

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    3038 Evans Mill Rd, Lithonia, Georgia 30038-2418

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    504 College Dr. Albany, Georgia 31705

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    2605 Ben Hill Rd, East Point, Georgia 30344

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    223 James P Brawley Drive, S.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30314-4391

    n/a U.S. News National University Ranking

    2500 Walton Way, Augusta, Georgia 30904-2200

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    701 S. Columbia Dr, Decatur, Georgia 30030-4118

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    4225 University Ave, Columbus, Georgia 31907-5645

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    709 Mall Blvd, Savannah, Georgia 31406

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    181 Springs St, Franklin Springs, Georgia 30639

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    408 Administration Building, 201 Dowman Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30322

    20 U.S. News National University Ranking

    3175 Cedartown Highway, S.E. Rome, Georgia 30161-3897

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    1005 State University Dr, Fort Valley, Georgia 31030-4313

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    Hwy 301 South, Statesboro, Georgia 30460

    n/a U.S. News National University Ranking

    33 gilmer st, Atlanta, Georgia 30303-3083

    n/a U.S. News National University Ranking

    Athens, Georgia 30602

    62 U.S. News National University Ranking

    1400 Coleman Avenue, Macon, Georgia 31207

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    1235 15th St, Augusta, Georgia 30901-3182

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    1501 Millpond Rd, Thomasville, Georgia 31792

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    107 North Chapel Drive, Toccoa Falls, Georgia 30598-7062

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    1500 N Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia 31698

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    1601 Maple St, Carrollton, Georgia 30118-0001

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

    980 Hammond Drive, Suite 100, Atlanta, Georgia 30328

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking

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    Statistics

    Professional Trends

    Georgia Vs. National Counseling Employment

    Of all of the counseling professionals in the country, nearly 2% are in the state of Georgia.

    Employment Growth for Counseling professionals In Georgia

    Educational Trends

    The number of students graduating from the 22 accredited counseling schools in Georgia is increasing. In 2006 there were 680 counseling graduates from counseling courses in Georgia and in 2010 there were 703 graduates.

    Thus there was a 3% percent increase in the number of counseling school degree or certificate graduates in Georgia. A majority of these graduates, or 56%, graduated with an master’s degree in counseling.

    Counseling Faculty Salaries in Georgia

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    Enter your salary to gain access to our continually growing higher education faculty salary database. Don’t worry! This is 100% secure and anonymous.

    We are now in the process of collecting data for the number of counseling faculty in Georgia, growth in the field of counseling academia and counseling faculty salaries in Georgia. Please enter your information in the form below if you are involved in teaching counseling courses to students at the certificate in counseling, associates degree in counseling, bachelors degree in counseling, masters degree in counseling, and doctoral degree in counseling levels This will help us build a valuable free database resource for the benefit of current and future faculty in the field of counseling in Georgia. All information you submit will be anonymous. Once you submit your information, you will get a chance to see the data we have collected thus far.

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    How Much Does Divorce Cost in Georgia? #georgia #accident #lawyers

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    How Much Does Divorce Cost in Georgia?

    We recently surveyed our Georgia readers to find out about their experiences with divorce in their state. Here s what we found out.

    How Much Does Divorce Cost in Georgia?

    According to our survey, the average divorce in Georgia costs $14,700, including $11,600 in attorneys’ fees. Attorneys’ fees are a significant chunk of the cost of divorce because the average hourly rate for attorneys in Georgia is $280. Your attorney’s hourly rate plus the rate of any paralegals and other firm staff factored with the total time spent on your divorce case will determine the amount of attorney s fees you’ll pay. Other expenses include fees for things like court filings, the cost of copying and sharing documents, and compensation for expert witnesses and consultants (like child custody evaluators, appraisers, or financial analysts).

    What Can Increase the Cost of Divorce in Georgia?

    Spouses who have minor children or a high-net worth have higher divorce costs than the state average. In addition, if you file for a divorce in Georgia based on fault, such as adultery, cruelty, or abandonment/desertion, the cost of your divorce is likely to be higher than the average.

    Having Minor Children

    The most expensive category of divorce in Georgia is one involving children. The cost of a divorce that involves child custody and/or child support issues can be about 50% more expensive than the average. According to our survey results, divorce costs an average of $22,000 in Georgia when minor children are involved, including $18,600 in attorneys’ fees. However, costs for divorce with children are significantly lower for spouses who are able to reach a settlement before trial than those who go to divorce court to let a judge resolve their disputes.

    Having a Dispute Over Alimony

    Whether or not minor children are involved, divorces in Georgia that involve a dispute over alimony also cost more than the average. In alimony disputes, spouses often disagree on how much the working spouse actually makes or how much the non-working spouse should be able to earn. According to our survey results, divorce involving alimony disputes costs an average of $20,300 in Georgia, including $16,900 in attorneys’ fees.

    Getting to a settlement or preparing for trial in these situations can be expensive because of the costs of hiring and reviewing the opinions of financial experts and vocational analysts. And of course, the more alimony a spouse requests, the more the other spouse will fight it, and the more expensive it becomes.

    Having Property Division Issues

    Divorces in Georgia where property needs to be divided cost more than the average, especially for high-net worth couples and couples who have to go to trial on their issues rather than settle them out of court.

    According to our survey results, divorce with property division issues cost $20,700 in Georgia, including $16,900 in attorneys’ fees.

    Spouses with numerous brokerage, retirement, and savings accounts, cars, and real estate will spend more on divorce because of the financial analyses needed from attorneys, appraisers, and tax experts.

    Helpful Links About Georgia Divorce

    There’s more to know about divorce in Georgia; you may find the following websites useful.
    Divorce in Georgia (from Divorcenet.com)
    www.divorcenet.com/states/georgia
    Georgia Division of Child Support Services
    http://dcss.dhs.georgia.gov/
    Georgia Child Support Calculator
    http://cscalc.gaaoc.us/

    About This Report

    The data referenced above is from Martindale Nolo Research’s 2015 divorce study, which analyzed survey responses from readers who had recently gone through a divorce and had researched hiring a lawyer. The names of the readers who submitted the quotes above have been changed to protect their privacy. To supplement our consumer survey results, Martindale Nolo Research interviewed experienced attorneys who specialize in divorce cases from its directory of over one million lawyers, including Arthur Abelson. Donna Baccarella. Joshua Carpenter. Patricia Powers-Simonelli. and Susan Weaver .

    If you went through a divorce within the last three years, please consider taking our divorce survey. Your participation will help inform others about their situation and options before proceeding with their divorce.

    Talk to a Divorce attorney.





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    Home Security in Gainesville, Hall, Georgia #home #security #gainesville, #georgia, #ga, #home #alarms, #security

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    Home Security Gainesville

    The Community of Gainesville, GA

    Gainesville, Georgia, located in Hall (county), has a population of 33,550. The population has increased 12 percent since 2000. The average temperature in January is 41 and 78 in July. The city consists of 11,495 households, with an average household size of 2 people. Gainesville households include 16,971 men and 16,577 women. In Gainesville, 34 percent of the population is married and of the 11,495 households, 63 percent are families with two or more people living in the home. Around 38 percent of residences have one or more children living at home. The median age of Gainesville residents is 33 years. Many residents are avid Gwinnett Braves (Aaa) fans. With a CO index of 92, amidst growing environmental health concerns, we highly recommend protecting your health with a CO detector.

    Crime in Gainesville

    The local Gainesville, Georgia crime index is 140. compared to the national crime index risk score of 100. Scores are based on demographic and geographic analyses crime over seven years. Nine in ten convicted burglars say they would avoid a home with an alarm system installed. On average properties are three times less likely to be broken into when there’s a security system installed. Having a home security system is important for families residing in and around Gainesville. One in four Gainesville homes may be burglarized in a year’s time with an average loss exceeding $1,725. This could be higher in some regions of Georgia home security systems save money and lives.

    Security Risks for Families Living in Gainesville, Georgia

    With a higher threat of crime in Gainesville, we strongly recommend a Protection 1 home security alarm for your home or business. Call 1 (866) 234-9412 to speak with a Security Solution Specialist and to arrange your FREE home security evaluation.

    In addition to safeguarding your property from burglars, a home security alarm also provides the option to add wireless home security cameras. enabling you to remotely monitor and control your home. You’ll be able to see your kids come home from school and monitor service workers who may need to enter your property unattended.

    Protection 1 Home Security and Automation in Gainesville, Georgia

    Our home security systems include continuously monitored burglar alarms, fire and smoke alarms and even more. With over 20,000 members, our team of home security experts includes professional installers, experienced service technicians and knowledgeable customer service members providing first class home security and business security services for you every day.

    As the largest security company serving Gainesville, we offer the best local home security that Gainesville residents count on 24 hours a day. A home security system is only as good as the people who monitor your home alarm. Be sure to do your research and check with the Better Business Bureau before choosing a home security provider for your Gainesville home security needs.

    We are accredited by the Better Business Bureau and also maintain an A+ BBB rating by looking after our customers with care. This includes answering over 20 million calls for assistance every year.

    Our customer support is available 24/7 by Phone, Email and Live Chat.

    Gainesville Georgia Area Statistics

    Copyright ADT LLC dba ADT Security Services. All rights reserved. ADT, the ADT logo, Protection One, the Protection 1 logo, and the product/service names listed in this document are marks and/or registered marks. Third party marks are the property of their respective owners. License information available at www.ADT.com or by calling 800.ADT.ASAP. CA ACO7155, 974443, PPO17232; FL EF0001121; LA F1639, F1640, F1643, F1654, F1655; MA 172C; NC Licensed by the Alarm Systems Licensing Board of the State of North Carolina, 7535P2, 7561P2, 7562P10, 7563P7, 7565P1, 7566P9, 7564P4; NY 12000305615; PA 090797; MS 15019511

    Gainesville Georgia Population by Age

    Local Crime Statistics

    Gainesville Georgia Personal Crime Risks

    The Personal Crime Risk in Gainesville, GA is roughly 1.14x the National Average of 100.

    Gainesville Personal Crime Risk Index (114 )

    Local Crime Statistics

    Gainesville Georgia Burglary Crime Risks

    The Burglary Crime Risk in Gainesville, GA is roughly 1.32x the National Average of 100.

    Gainesville Burglary Risk Index (132 )

    Local Crime Statistics

    Gainesville Georgia Property Crime Risks

    The Property Crime Risk in Gainesville, GA is roughly 1.47x the National Average of 100.

    Gainesville Property Risk Index (147 )

    Local Crime Statistics

    Gainesville Georgia Murder Crime Risks

    The Murder Crime Risk in Gainesville, GA is roughly 1.03x the National Average of 100.

    Gainesville Murder Risk Index (103 )

    Local Crime Statistics

    Gainesville Georgia Robbery Crime Risks

    The Robbery Crime Risk in Gainesville, GA is roughly 0.83x the National Average of 100.

    Gainesville Robbery Risk Index (83 )

    Local Crime Statistics

    Gainesville Georgia Assault Crime Risks

    The Assault Crime Risk in Gainesville, GA is roughly 1.53x the National Average of 100.

    Gainesville Assault Risk Index (153 )

    Local Crime Statistics

    Gainesville Georgia Auto Theft Crime Risks

    The Auto Theft Crime Risk in Gainesville, GA is roughly 1.28x the National Average of 100.

    Gainesville Auto Theft Risk Index (128 )

    Local Crime Statistics

    Gainesville Georgia Rape Crime Risks

    The Rape Crime Risk in Gainesville, GA is roughly 1.22x the National Average of 100.

    Gainesville Rape Risk Index (122 )

    Home Security Report

    Gainesville Georgia Personal Crime Risks Report

    Gainesville, GA Home Security Systems provide safety from personal crime risks
    including rapes, murders, assaults and robberies in Gainesville.

    Home Security Report

    Gainesville Georgia Crime Index and Security Stats

    Monthly service charge requires you to sign a minimum of a 36 month monitoring contract (may be longer based on specific offer) starting at $55.99 per month (36-month total starting at $1,979.64). Protection 1 service is not available in all areas. Offer applies only to new customers with satisfactory credit rating. Additional charges apply for non-electronic funds transfer and credit card customers. Customer must be the homeowner. Equipment to remain the property of Protection One.

    Customer has 14 days from date that equipment was shipped to terminate the agreement and all services by returning the equipment in its original packaging and in like new condition. If customer returns within 14 days they will owe Protection 1 a $79 restocking fee. Monthly service charge requires you to sign a minimum of a 36 month monitoring contract (may be longer based on specific offer) starting at $44.99 per month (36-month total starting at $1,619.64). Offer applies only to new customers with satisfactory credit rating. Offer requires customer to sign up for payment via Automated Clearing House (also referred to as ACH). Customer must be the homeowner. Equipment to remain the property of Protection One until end of initial 36 month term, at which time the customer owns the equipment.

    This information is provided for general informational purposes only and should not be relied on in making any buying decisions. School information does not guarantee enrollment. Contact the local school district(s) for current information on schools. This information is not intended for use in determining a person’s eligibility to attend a school or to use or benefit from other city, town or local services.

    Community information and market data provided by Onboard Informatics. Copyright 2017 Onboard Informatics. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.





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    Georgia Association of Business Brokers #order #business #cards

    #business brokers

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    Welcome to GABB.org
    The Georgia Association of Business Brokers

    GABB is a professional membership organization committed to professionalism in the business brokerage industry. GABB members relentlessly pursue professional development so they can render superior, ethical services for all customers and clients.

    To learn more about how we can help you, please click on a link at the bottom of this page.

    Latest Blog Posts

    The decision to buy an international business is no doubt quite serious. There are numerous factors that must be taken into consideration when [Read More. ]

    Matt Kempner, the AJC’s sometimes irreverent business columnist, will speak to the GABB on Aug. 30 about how the news media covers business. The Aug. [Read More. ]

    ATLANTA-A severe lack of investment, especially in technology, explains why gross domestic product (GDP) growth has stalled, according to Rajeev [Read More. ]

    The GABB usually meets on the last Tuesday of every month.

    Upcoming GABB Meeting Dates

    Sept. 27-Fall Conference,
    Oct. 25-Members Only, Nov. 29

    The monthly meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. and is preceded at 9:45 a.m. by a free light breakfast and networking session. There is networking with coffee and pastries from about 9:45 to 10:30 and the meeting will last from about 10:30 to somewhere between 11:30 and noon.

    Our meetings begin with guest and member introductions of name, company and what you do, not a networking or elevator minute. After introductions, we have about a 30-minute presentation by either a panel or a speaker and then some time for questions. After the presentation we’ll have a few items of association business and then adjourn the meeting.

    There is no cost to attend and there are two parking decks available with free parking adjacent to the facility. Please bring your parking ticket to the meeting for validation.

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    The GABB usually meets on the last Tuesday of every month.

    Upcoming GABB Meeting Dates

    Sept. 27-Fall Conference,
    Oct. 25-Members Only, Nov. 29

    The monthly meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. and is preceded at 9:45 a.m. by a free light breakfast and networking session. There is networking with coffee and pastries from about 9:45 to 10:30 and the meeting will last from about 10:30 to somewhere between 11:30 and noon.

    Our meetings begin with guest and member introductions of name, company and what you do, not a networking or elevator minute. After introductions, we have about a 30-minute presentation by either a panel or a speaker and then some time for questions. After the presentation we’ll have a few items of association business and then adjourn the meeting.

    There is no cost to attend and there are two parking decks available with free parking adjacent to the facility. Please bring your parking ticket to the meeting for validation.

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