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Atchison driver's license office gains new home
02/13/2020

(KAIR)--The Kansas driver’s license office in Atchison has a new home.

According to a news release from the Kansas Department of Revenue, the Division of Vehicle’s has opened its new office at the Atchison Event Center, located at 710 South 9th Street.

The former office, located at the Atchison County Courthouse, has closed with Wednesday’s opening of the new location.

According to the release, the former office was only 200 square feet, compared to the new location, which checks in at approximately 1,500 square feet. The additional space “will allow an adequate area for waiting customers and the possibility of additional workspace to process more customers in an even more timely manner.”

The Division of Vehicles is the second state office to occupy space at the Event Center.

In May of last year, the Atchison City Commission approved the use of the facility to house the Atchison office of the Department of Children and Families.

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