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1. Will you verify that you received my application?
2. What happens to my application once submitted?
3. May I fax or email the application packet to your department?
4. Is there a deadline for submitting my application?
5. When will I be contacted regarding the status of my application?
6. Do I have to fill out the entire application or can I just attach a resume?
7. With whom do I speak about qualifying for a position?

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1. How do I find my property line?
2. Will the County locate my property stakes for me?
3. Why is it important to know your property line?

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1. What are impact fees?
2. When are impact fees paid?
3. How are impact fees assessed?
4. What if my particular development type is not listed on the fee schedule?
5. I have a mobile home on my property. I am planning to replace it with another mobile home. Will I owe an impact fee?
6. How will the money from the fees be used?
7. I am applying for a business license in an existing location. Why do I need to worry about impact fees?

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1. How did SPLOST come to be?
2. Who can enact SPLOST?
3. How will I be taxed with SPLOST?
4. How long does SPLOST last?
5. How long are funds collected during SPLOST?
6. What can SPLOST pay for?
7. What has SPLOST paid for?
8. Can the SPLOST ballot be designed to authorize voter approval on some, but not all, projects on the SPLOST ballot?
9. How much detail is needed on the ballot in describing proposed SPLOST projects?
10. Can SPLOST revenues be used to build local schools?
11. Can SPLOST funds be used to construct projects for local charities or other nonprofit organizations?
12. After the SPLOST referendum has passed, may a county use other available revenue to begin the construction on the SPLOST-approved projects and to reimburse itself once the revenues start to come in?
13. Can SPLOST revenues be moved between voter-approved projects to accommodate greater costs in one or more of the projects?
14. In case of a “shortfall” of SPLOST funds to pay for projects, what happens?
15. Can a county or municipality change its mind and not fund one or more of the SPLOST projects despite voter approval in a referendum?
16. Can projects be authorized and constructed according to different time frames?
17. If a municipality has completed its projects and has SPLOST revenue remaining, can it give this revenue to another municipality that needs additional revenues to complete its approve projects?
18. Can excess SPLOST proceeds be used to pay authority debt?
19. Can a county terminate its SPLOST early?
20. Can SPLOST revenue be used to acquire unimproved land?
21. Can property purchased with SPLOST revenue later be converted to a different use?
22. Can capital outlay projects supporting enterprise services be funded through SPLOST?
23. Can capital projects serving more than one county or municipality or a regional authority be funded through SPLOST?
24. Can SPLOST funds be used to reduce property taxes?
25. Can SPLOST proceeds be used to pay off revenue bonds that are outstanding at the time of SPLOST referendum?
26. Can SPLOST be borrowed to pay for other county services or projects and paid back later form the general fund?
27. Who establishes the revenue estimate and the project costs specified in the resolution and on the ballot?

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