Georgia Commute Options issues Code Orange smog alert
by Neighbor Staff
07:27 PM, Monday, July 27
Georgia Commute Options, a program of the Georgia Department of Transportation, Monday announced it has issued a Code Orange smog alert for Tuesday. A Code Orange alert means the air is unhealthy for sensitive groups, like older adults, children a...

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