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Tuesday May 26th, 2015 9:42PM

Breakfield appointed to state board

By Ken Stanford Reporter
ATLANTA - Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed John Breakfield, a Gainesville attorney, to the State Properties Commission (SPC).<br /> <br /> Breakfield, who lives in Flowery Branch, is the managing partner of Breakfield & Associates, Attorneys.<br /> <br /> The commission is responsible for the acquisition and disposition of all State owned real property and all real property interests. Additionally, SPC provides leasing assistance to State entities in the location of State owned or commercially owned space.
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