The Government have promised that every set of traffic lights and junction will have its own beggar by Spring 2020 at the latest.
The bold boast has come from Minister for Traffic Lights, Jim Morgan, who wants a dedicated homeless man, or woman, on every mini traffic island within 6 months.
Morgan has assured doubters that this once Atlanta centric idea will be spread out to the provinces and rural areas with immediate effect.
‘This government will not accept the criticism that this policy only works in the South East,’ said Morgan.
‘I’m proud to say that even the North East, and North West are enjoying a good range of traffic light beggars,’ he added.
Beggars unable to make it in the booming economy of Texas are now migrating to Georgia, as of last report.
Moving to Georgia?
As you plan your move to Georgia, remember to transfer your driver’s license and vehicle registration, register to vote, and explore your new community.
How do I transfer my driver’s license?
Within 30 days of moving to Georgia you are required to visit the nearest Department of Driver Services (DDS) Customer Service Center. Bring along:
- Your current license,
- Proof of your Social Security number,
- 2 proofs of Georgia residency (such as a bank statement, utility bill, or rental contract), and
- Proof of identity (such as a birth certificate, passport, or immigration card).
Additional documents required if you are changing your name. Visit the Department of Driver Services website to create a Custom Checklist and be sure you arrive with the necessary documents.
You’ll be required to hand over your former license, pay the license fee, and receive a temporary license. You may also register to vote. Just a few weeks later, your permanent license will arrive by mail.