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County can handle most vehicle requests

Not all of new computer system up and running

When asked if the new motor vehicle computer system was up and running after the recent computer upgrade, Barton County Treasurer Kevin Wondra gave a mixed response.
“Yes and no,” he said.
From Tuesday, May 2, through this Monday, more than 6.8 million records were converted to the new system while state and county offices closed out of the old computer system, installed new computer equipment and prepared to serve customers again.
This week, state and county offices are back open for business in the modernized system. Well, for the most part.
Even though his office staff is still ...


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