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License office moves to courthouse second floor

The Morgan County License Commissioner’s office has moved to a different location in the Morgan County Courthouse.

After moving to the first floor in 2007, the office was moved back to the second floor of the courthouse Mon., July 13. In addition to moving, the office was also given new, advanced equipment, which is happening in offices across Alabama. License Commissioner Sharon Maxwell said she believes the move will be beneficial.

“I want all of our employees to be together at the courthouse,” Maxwell said. “We had to take somebody off the line to relieve her (license clerk) for lunch. With her being up here, she can go to lunch, and if somebody comes for a driver’s license, any one of us can go over there and renew it. When she’s not busy with driver’s licenses, she can help us with tag renewals in the express line. I believe we’ll have a more efficient operation.”

Signs are posted in the courthouse to guide clients to the new office.

After moving to the first floor in 2007, the office was moved back to the second floor of the courthouse Mon., July 13. In addition to moving, the office was also given new, advanced equipment, which is happening in offices across Alabama. License Commissioner Sharon Maxwell said she believes the move will be beneficial.

“I want all of our employees to be together at the courthouse,” Maxwell said. “We had to take somebody off the line to relieve her (license clerk) for lunch. With her being up here, she can go to lunch, and if somebody comes for a driver’s license, any one of us can go over there and renew it. When she’s not busy with driver’s licenses, she can help us with tag renewals in the express line. I believe we’ll have a more efficient operation.”

Signs are posted in the courthouse to guide clients to the new office.

 

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