In a surprise announcement made on Wednesday during his "Georgia Archives Month" proclamation, Governor Nathan Deal announced that the Georgia State Archives Building, located in Morrow, GA, would not close to the public on November 1st as had been previously announced. While the announcement was welcome news, there was no mention as to exactly how the budgetary problem would be resolved.
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Monday, September 17, 2012
The Georgia State Archives Building, located in Morrow, GA, will be closed to the public beginning November 1, 2012 in order to help meet required budget cuts. After November 1st, public access to the building will be by appointment only and the number of appointments may be limited.
The closure announcement was made in a statement by Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp. To read the announcement, copy and paste the following URL into your web browser: