Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast
Good Morning Gwinnett is a daily show all about people and places around Gwinnett County Georgia. The show is hosted by Audrey Bell-Kearney. On the show Audrey interview movers & shakers as well as community and government leaders from Gwinnett County. She also uses her platform to provide much needed publicity for the small business owner by showing them the power of podcasts.
Ep:54 Judge B. Williams Interview About Navigating The Social Security Disability Claims Process
wwwGoodMorningGwinnett.com Retired Social Security Disability Administrative Law Judge Barry L. Williams and his son Anthony L. Williams established Advocate Disability Group, LLC in 2016. As a sitting judge Barry Williams observed too many claimants denied the disability benefits they deserved. Many claimants were denied because they appeared without a representative. Others were denied because of lack of investigation, insufficient evidence, and lack of knowledge of the social security disability rules and regulations. As a result, Judge Williams and his son decided to open Advocate Disability Group to help disabled individuals obtain the social security disability benefits they need and deserve.
EP: 53 The People Have Spoken, No Marta In Gwinnett County
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com There was a lot of hope for a new transit plan for Gwinnett with a lot of high hopes ridding on the vote for Marta yesterday. But the people have spoken and there will be no Marta in Gwinnett County for now. Officials have to go back to the drawing board. Gwinnett citizens came out to vote on Tuesday and that was a no for Marta. Some had concerns about crime, while others did not like the tax that would be imposed upon them. Then there were some who were in favor of transit, but not in favor of Marta. So we will have to wait and see what happens when the referendum comes around again.
EP: 52 You Can Now Get Your Tags At Krogers
Gwinnett County taxpayers in some parts of the county can start adding car tag renewals to their grocery lists. The county tax commission’s office announced that it is adding four new car tag renewal kiosks at Kroger locations around the county. The additions will bring the total number of kiosks up to six, according to county officials. Taxpayers will have the ability to pay their tag fees and leave the kiosk with a tag decal during each Kroger’s store hours. Each location is open 6 a.m. to 1 a.m., according to Kroger’s website.
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