July 16 (instead of July 9); Aug. 20 (instead of Aug. 13); Oct. 15 (instead of Oct. 8), and Nov. 19 (instead of Nov. 12).
The remaining dates for 2012 are the same for Sept. 10, and Dec. 10, which are the second Monday of the month.
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) is offering mobile computer stations inside the library during the hours of 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. The mobile units provide residents with a convenient method to renew a driver’s license, obtain a replacement driver’s license, change a name or address on a driver’s license, get an identification card, and order specialty license plates. Driving or written tests will not be avail- able at this location.
Customers also can renew vehicle tags and get a vehicle plate when a replacement is needed, services that are not offered at any main office. DHSMV requires specific documentation depending on the service. For a checklist of accepted documents, visit www.gathergoget.com or pick up a checklist at City Hall’s Help Desk.
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