pcloudy.png
Tuesday May 18th, 2021 10:47AM

60 businesses cited at Mall of Ga.

By Marc Eggers Anchor / Reporter
BUFORD - Gwinnett County Police Officers and Code Enforcement Officers conducted a Business License compliance check Monday at businesses in the Mall of Georgia.

The operation resulted in sixty citations being issued to businesses not in compliance with Gwinnett County ordinances.

Business Licenses are required to operate any business within the county.

A preliminary investigation established cause to believe that a significant number of businesses were not in compliance with county ordinances requiring an Occupational Tax Certificate, commonly referred to as a Business License.

Code Enforcement Officials circulated information approximately ten days in advance forewarning businesses that a compliance check would be conducted; individual businesses were afforded the opportunity to bring their certificates up-to-date.

As the checks were conducted and the absence of a valid certificate discovered, the individual businesses were each cited for violation of the Gwinnett County Ordinance.

Applicable fines will be determined by a judge at a later date.

© Copyright 2021 AccessWDUN.com
All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission.
About those numbers painted on the road...
People traveling through the Browns Bridge Road/McEver Road intersection west of Gainesville recently may have wondered about those numbers painted on the pavement.
10:52AM ( 10 years ago )
WikiLeaks show US frustrated with Egypt military
Egypt's military, the biggest recipient of U.S. military aid after Israel, is in decline, according to American diplomats, who blame the Arab nation's top brass for failing to modernize and adapt to deal with new threats.
7:21AM ( 10 years ago )
Meat labels to include calories starting in 2012
The Agriculture Department will require many meat labels to include the number of calories and other nutritional information starting in 2012 so that consumers can make healthier decisions about what they eat.
1:32PM ( 10 years ago )
Business News
Top 10 of 2010: The biggest sports stories of the year
As the seconds tick away on 2010, let's take a look back at some of the biggest sports stories of the year...
5:35PM ( 10 years ago )
Arrest made in Barrow County Christmas shooting
The Barrow County Sheriff's Office has arrested Todd Orr, 46, in
connection with the Dec. 25th shooting at his home.
4:31PM ( 10 years ago )
Funeral for Ga. state trooper killed by gunman
Police from as far away as California gathered to honor a Georgia state patrol trooper who was gunned down earlier this week.
4:28PM ( 10 years ago )
Local/State News
Ivesters, local businesses honored at Chamber's annual gala
Doug and Kay Ivester were honored with the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's distinguished citizen award Thursday night at the chamber's 113th annual gala.
By AccessWDUN staff
10:00PM ( 3 hours ago )
Mental Health resources growing in North Georgia, Hall County
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and North Georgia has the resources to support mental wellness in more ways than one.
4:00PM ( 9 hours ago )
CDC: Fully vaccinated people can largely ditch masks indoors
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is easing mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds and in most indoor settings
3:39PM ( 10 hours ago )
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper hosts virtual Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Local nonprofit Chattahoochee Riverkeeper will host its seventh annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival this Saturday night in a virtual format.
2:00PM ( 11 hours ago )
Gainesville plans to use its federal COVID assistance monies to lower property tax bills
Property owners in the City of Gainesville are going to be the direct recipients of the latest round of federal funds being disbursed to help America’s cities deal with the financial impact of COVID-19.
12:44PM ( 13 hours ago )