Cash-strapped cash-strapping gas station to close in 2018

The owner of a gas station in Atlanta is closing its doors in 2018.

The Cash-Strapped Gas Station on Interstate 75 will close on December 31st, 2018.

It will be the first gas station on the roadless Interstate in Georgia.

It is expected to be the last gas station for many years to come.

The Atlanta-based gas station is owned by the city of Atlanta and the Georgia State Highway Patrol.

The store was purchased in 2009 by the Georgia Department of Transportation and opened as a cash-only gas station.

The state Department of Finance has since bought it back, and the gas station was bought by Georgia Gas.

It was last inspected by the State Highway Safety Board last month.

Cash-starved Georgia is already facing a shortage of gas, and it is expected that cash-starving gas stations like this one will have to close for many decades. 

This is the first time Georgia has ever closed a gas-starvation gas station as a result of a cash shortage, according to the Georgia Office of Emergency Management.

In fact, Georgia has the highest percentage of gas stations in the country that have closed since 2006, according a recent report by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

In 2018, the gas stations that were the most affected had about 1,300 people, according the National Gas Association.

Georgia also has the third highest percentage per capita of gas station closures in the US.

The report said that about one in every three gas stations are not equipped to handle gas.

This is a situation that has been exacerbated by a recent increase in the cost of gas.

According to a new study, gas costs are expected to increase at a rate of 3.4% this year and 7.2% in 2019.

This has led to an increase in gas stations closing, as well as increasing fuel costs, according GAO. 

The Georgia Department for Emergency Management (DEEM) has warned that the state is facing a “gas shortage”.

The DEEM also warned that cash shortages are also expected to hit gas stations. 

On October 31, 2018, DEEM issued a report on the Georgia gas crisis.

The study showed that cash sales have decreased by 3.3% for the past five years.

The gas shortage, combined with an overall reduction in gas sales and increased costs has impacted the gas industry, according DEEM. 

According to the report, the average price of gas increased 4.1% between October 31 and December 31, 2017, while the average retail price for gas decreased 1.5%.

The average retail rate for gas in Georgia increased 3.9%. 

According the report:  Gas prices have increased due to rising costs, the impact of inflation and a reduction in demand due to the recent energy crisis.

 Low gas prices have resulted in a decrease in demand and an increase of sales, resulting in a significant impact on gas stations and the energy industry.

According to a report released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), Georgia had the highest gas price increase for a single-day period in 2017, rising 4.3%.

The highest increase in average retail prices in Georgia occurred in the Atlanta area.

The average price increased by 4.5% in Atlanta.

 Gas stations and gas stations operating under the jurisdiction of the DEEM will be required to provide free services to residents of Georgia until the end of the year, according Department of Emergency Planning and Management Director Joe Bowers. 

DEEM also said that there are no plans to reopen gas stations or operate any new ones in the future. 

A spokesperson for the Department of Public Safety told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “We are confident that we can find a new and more affordable place for our customers to purchase gas.

We are looking for an alternative gas station or an alternative service provider.” 

Georgia Gas said that it would be unable to provide more information at this time.