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Social Security Office moves downtown

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December 8, 2003

Albany - If you have social security questions or concerns, the Albany Social Security Administration has moved.

Employees have relocated from Dawson Road to the downtown Albany Towers on West Roosevelt Avenue. This office serves eleven south Georgia counties. Regional Commissioner, Paul Barnes, says, "With respect to economic security, the social security staff in this office, again serves 11 counties, provides for monthly payments in excess of 25 million dollars each month for the people who live in those 11 counties."

The new office on the fifth floor is more spacious and has private booths for claims representatives to interview customers.

There are two other Social Security Administration Offices in our area, one in Tifton and the other in Thomasville.

posted at 5:45PM by kathryn.simmons@walb.com

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