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Friday May 27th, 2016 12:37AM

GCCD listening tour plans stop in Gainesville Thurs.

By Ken Stanford Reporter
ATLANTA - The Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities' (GCDD's) "On the Road to 2015 General Assembly Listening Tour" plans a stop in Gainesville Thursday to hear from people living with disabilities.<br /> <br /> Organizers say all issues "are on the table," whether it's jobs, schools, healthcare, services, housing, transportation, or access.<br /> <br /> The two-hour session begins at 6:00 and will be held at Lanier Charter Career Academy, 2719 Tumbling Creek Road.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
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