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2011-06-15 / Local News

Town Clerk’s office providing satellite services

The Town of Tonawanda Clerk’s Office is temporary transporting some of its services to a location that is ideal for senior citizens.

The Clerk’s Office will be bringing its services to the Tonawanda Senior Center, 291 Ensminger Road, from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, June 15, in an effort to provide fast, safe and convenient service to the Town’s Senior residents.

“This is a service we are happy to offer to those in need. Applicants simply need to provide the required documents and let us do the rest.” said Melissa Brinson, town clerk.

To acquire a handicapped tag, applicants must provide their driver’s license or state issued non-driver ID and NY State form MV-664.1, completed by their physician.

The form must include both the physician’s and applicant’s signatures. An assistive device must be listed for temporary permit applications. Most current expiring tags can be renewed without a new form. If the applicant is unable to attend the event, another individual can bring the applicant’s ID, the completed form AND their own state issued ID.

For passport books and cards applicants need to bring a government certified birth certificate, including a raised seal with parents names listed, and a driver’s license or state issued non-driver ID. Separate payments for the application and processing fees can be made by check or money order and photos can be taken on-site for a minimal charge.

For more information, contact the Town of Tonawanda Clerk’s Office at 877-8800, ext. 800, between 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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