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Should the county emergency management agency office duties be a separate office?
Job & Family Services to consolidate in one site
Wednesday, July 24, 2013 1:21 PM


Feature Writer

PAULDING –   Utilizing federal and state funding,  Paulding County Department of Job and Family Services anticipates locating under one roof later this year, providing better and more economical services without the use of direct local dollars.

The agency is currently spread out under three roofs, 303 W. Harrison, 315 W. Harrison and the job center currently located on Dooley Drive.

“We use 315 for home visits if Job and Family Services has custody of children. That location is also used for some larger meetings,” commented Corey Walker, administrator of the agency. “The new location will be totally wheel chair accessible, which the current location is not.”


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