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DMV office in Seneca County creating list for permit tests, as officials await reopening announcement from Cuomo

Seneca County Clerk Tina Lotz provided an update on Thursday, as voices grow louder for DMV offices around the state to reopen.

At this time, the office in Waterloo, which serves all of Seneca County remains closed. However, officials say they are hopeful that an announcement to reopen can come soon.

“The Department of Motor Vehicles is still closed,” Lotz said in an update on Thursday. “We’re patiently awaiting an opening date from the Governor. I know that there are many young adults waiting to take the written permit test once we do open.”

She says that a list of names and numbers is being compiled by her office to ensure that everyone can be taken care of when they reopen.

“Once we get an open date you would receive a phone call to schedule a day and time to come into the office to take the permit test,” Lotz said in the update.

Those who would like to be added to the list can call 315-539-1770 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. At this point, the service is only open to Seneca County residents.

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