Johnson Countians who register their vehicles next year will pay an extra $5 fee, a ripple effect from the state’s decision to outsource work that had been done at a state office in Topeka. Although the county treasurer’s office handles vehicle registration, the state sets the rules that govern it. Here’s a crowd waiting for service earlier this summer at the Johnson County Motor Vehicle Office, 6000 Lamar Ave. in Mission.
Johnson Countians who register their vehicles next year will pay an extra $5 fee, a ripple effect from the state’s decision to outsource work that had been done at a state office in Topeka. Although the county treasurer’s office handles vehicle registration, the state sets the rules that govern it. Here’s a crowd waiting for service earlier this summer at the Johnson County Motor Vehicle Office, 6000 Lamar Ave. in Mission. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Johnson Countians who register their vehicles next year will pay an extra $5 fee, a ripple effect from the state’s decision to outsource work that had been done at a state office in Topeka. Although the county treasurer’s office handles vehicle registration, the state sets the rules that govern it. Here’s a crowd waiting for service earlier this summer at the Johnson County Motor Vehicle Office, 6000 Lamar Ave. in Mission. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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