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  1. 2017 Fall Conference

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    GACE We provide a training program and conferencing services for the Georgia Association of Code Enforcement. The courses presented at the conferences are designed to provide inspectors with helpful information in enforcing the local codes and ordinances within their jurisdictions. The conference will focus on current legal aspects of code enforcement in the state of Georgia and similar information that will enhance the performance of code enforcement officials. Sessions will identify code problems that occur in communities and professional methods that address those problems. The conference also will provide information on standard and best code enforcement practices in the state.
  2. 2017 Fall Conference View File GACE We provide a training program and conferencing services for the Georgia Association of Code Enforcement. The courses presented at the conferences are designed to provide inspectors with helpful information in enforcing the local codes and ordinances within their jurisdictions. The conference will focus on current legal aspects of code enforcement in the state of Georgia and similar information that will enhance the performance of code enforcement officials. Sessions will identify code problems that occur in communities and professional methods that address those problems. The conference also will provide information on standard and best code enforcement practices in the state. Submitter dMaidon Submitted 07/18/2017 Category Training  
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