? About A Location

Business By hopesmith Updated 25 May 2008 , 7:26pm by mkolmar

hopesmith Posted 25 May 2008 , 1:21am
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From what I understand, In Georgia, to be legal you have to have a seperate kitchen with a seperate entrance. My uncle converted his shop into a small apartment for his mother-in-law. Its basically three rooms. A bedroom, kitchen/living room area and a bathroom. She passed away about a year ago and its been vacant since then. He knows that I've been wanting to get a business going (all I've done so far is make cakes for family) and has offered for me to use the shop/apartment. He would put in a grease trap and 3 compartment sink for me. Do you think this would be something the health department would approve of?

Thanks

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tippyad Posted 25 May 2008 , 2:30am
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I'm not sure about GA rules and regulations, but why not just call them and ask what you'd need to do to make a legal/health regulated business? I actually called my health dept the other day and they were very helpful. Just tell them your thinking of starting a business and would like to know what steps/procedures you'd need to follow to be in good standing w/ them.

mkolmar Posted 25 May 2008 , 7:26pm
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Call and ask your HD. It may be ok or you may need to convert some things so it is alright. Such as bedroom will be a storage room now and so on.

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