The Broome County Department of Motor Vehicles satellite office in Harpursville is back in business by appointment after being closed down during the pandemic.

Other DMV offices in Binghamton and Endicott resumed operations by appointment last September and got back to walk-in service at the end of March.  Saturday hours at the Endicott DMV have resumed and the weekly satellite offices in Conklin, Whitney Point and Windsor reopened when those town halls resumed public access.

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(Colesville Town Supervisor Glenn Winsor, Assemblyman Joe Angelino and County Clerk Joe Mihalko (left to right)

 Broome County Clerk Joseph Mihalko was joined by New York State Assemblyman Joseph Angelino and Colesville Town Supervisor Glenn Winsor at the Eastern Broome Senior Center June 14 for the reopening of the Harpursville satellite, returning Broome to the same level of Department of Motor Vehicle services offered before the pandemic.

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Residents can make appointments for the Harpursville office at broomecountyclerk.setmore.com.

Mihalko reminds drivers that when DMV transactions are processed locally, the county keeps 12.7% of the fees to fund projects in Broome County.  When transactions are done online with the state, the county does not get that infrastructure money.

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