Panhandle (W.Va.) Grassroots for Democracy

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Sunday, August 20, 2006

Sen. Unger gets things done for the Panhandle

From a West Virginia DOT press release:

Charleston, WV~~~~The Division of Motor Vehicles Charles Town regional office located at 8157 Charles Town Road in Kearneysville, will be "Open for Business" on Thursday, August 17. This full-service DMV facility will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

With the support of Governor Joe Manchin and Senator John Unger II, Chair of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, DMV received funding for the facility from the legislature.

According to Senator John Unger II, who was instrumental in getting the office open, "The eastern panhandle is the fastest growing region in the state, and this office will help the local economy and meet the needs of our citizens." "Working together we will continue to build a better and brighter tomorrow for every West Virginian."


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