Fulton County services moving as centers close
by Staff Reports
05:42 PM, Friday, August 22
As of Wednesday, Fulton County will be offering all Comprehensive Workforce Services for dislocated adults and youth at three career centers. Tuesday will be the last day residents can use the centers scheduled for closing. Fulton County’s Workfor...

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