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1. The Georgia Constitution of ______established only____counties. 1777 and 8
2. Now, Georgia has ____counties. 159
3. Who is responsible for enforcing local laws, maintaining the peace, and serving as the jailer for the county government The Sheriff
4. Who is responsible for Primary record keeper (of criminal and civil documents) for the county The Superior Court Clerk
5. Who is responsible for Oversees property deeds, marriage licenses, and wills, and supervises elections in a county government The Probate Court Judge
6. Who is responsible for receiving tax returns, maintaining tax records, and paying taxes for a county government The Tax Commissioner
7. Who is responsible for Oversees the daily operations of a county’s government; has the power to adopt ordinances The County Commissioner/Board of Commissioners
8. What are the three main difference between city and county government? 1. Origin (cities are created by charters, counties created by state constitution) 2. Services provided 3. Form of government
9. Paid on things that people buy consume; state government imposes a 4% sales tax, local government add another 3%-4%. What am I? Sale Taxes
10. Local governments can apply to fund education, repair roads, or develop areas for businesses in the communities. What am I? Federal Grants
11. Taxes on the value of the buildings and land for a homeowner or business--BIGGEST SOURCE OF REVENUE. What am I? Property Taxes
12. An example of another tax is a tax on the value of a car or truck; an example of a fee is the registration and tag for a car or truck. Special Taxes/Fees
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