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Goshen, N.Y. – Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus participated in a ceremonial ribbon cutting with County Clerk Annie Rabbitt on Thursday to celebrate the grand re-opening of the County’s Department of Motor Vehicles office at the Government Center.
Sheriff Carl E. DuBois, State Assemblyman Karl Brabenec, Village of Goshen Mayor Kyle Roddey and several members of the County Legislature also attended the event.
“It’s gratifying to see this office reopened to serve the residents of Orange County,” Rabbitt said. “I’m appreciative of the collaborative work of my staff, the Department of Public Works and our vendor services during this process. We have waited for this day for a long time and I’m pleased to say that we are ready and open for business.”
The Goshen DMV can be found on the first floor of the Government Center, located at 255 Main Street. The County will continue to operate DMV offices in Middletown, Newburgh and Port Jervis. All services are available at the Goshen DMV, including CDL permits, Enhanced Driver’s/Real I.D. Licenses, non-driver Identification cards, and Enforcement transactions.
The office is open weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. and can be contacted at 615-3961.
“County Government is now fully back in business in Goshen,” Neuhaus said. “Having the DMV in Goshen is a convenience to residents and I appreciate the community’s patience during its closure. I want to commend County Clerk Rabbitt and her staff for their hard work during this transition, and wish them success in their new location. It’s been a long road to returning government to the County Seat and I’m glad we’re finally here.”
For more information, contact Justin Rodriguez, Assistant to the County Executive for Communications and Media Relations at 845.291.3255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.