Ready Georgia survey: Not all residents ready for ...
by Neighbor Staff
05:19 PM, Tuesday, September 01
More than three out of four Georgians are at least somewhat prepared for an emergency, but many have not taken all of the essential steps to get ready, according to a new statewide survey released last week by the Georgia Emergency Management Agen...

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