Rutland DMV offices moved to Middlebury courthouse

MIDDLEBURY — The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles will have an expanded presence in the Addison County Courthouse as a result of flood damage from Tropical Storm Irene.
The Vermont Department of Buildings and General Services early last week authorized the temporary relocation of Rutland County DMV offices to the Middlebury courthouse. That became necessary after Irene-related flooding heavily damaged DMV offices in adjacent Rutland County.
Addison County Superior Court Clerk Jo LaMarche said the DMV will operate within the Middlebury courthouse five days a week, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The DMV had previously operated a mobile office in Middlebury one or two days per week.
LaMarche believes the beefed-up DMV presence in Addison County will last at least a month.
Those wanting to schedule DMV appointments should call (802) 828-2000.

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