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Just a quick note... I applied last Wed and recieved my permit yesterday. To me, that's a phenominal turn around time!! Who'd a thunk it?? :)

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Foggy,

Very fast :shock:

Log into this link to update your county info http://www.georgiapacking.org/gfl2.php?id=5&submit=Go go to new applicant.

See you have been a member for sometime and this is your first post, check out new members and intro yourself. Good people here, helpful and knowledgable.

Also check out GCO, link at the bottom of the page.
 

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:shock: Unbelievable

I called to check on mine yesterday and no one has a clue (Its been 71 days - Fulton Co.). The lady didnt know what to tell me and all that she could say is that the wait used to be 6 months and now its 3. I reminded her of the 60 day law and she assured me I would have it in a couple weeks. I really wonder where the Gov't finds some of these employees and wonder even more who trains/teaches them their jobs...
 

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1 week?!

Is that not some kind of record?
 

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Rammstein said:
1 week?!

Is that not some kind of record?
I thought it sounded quick... but I didn't know it was THAT fast!?!!? I went over last wed (in the afternoon, to boot), and got the permit yesterday in the mail. I had to laugh, hand addressed evelope, with a permit.... no letter, no "instructions", just a laminated card.

But, to be fair, the application did say it could take 3 to 6 months to receive the GFL. I was hoping it would be sooner than that, but I had no idea it would be this quick!

I guess I was just "pre-approved"! :)

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Rammstein said:
1 week?!

Is that not some kind of record?
Nope. I think that belongs to Oconee County (which ought to get some sort of award).
 
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