Centennial Hall Office Reopened
[Colorado Springs, Colo. – November 25, 2013] Effective immediately, the Centennial Hall office has reopened. The equipment failure has been repaired and the office is now fully operational.
“I’d like to thank everyone that worked hard to get the Centennial Hall office open and operational,” stated Chief Deputy Chuck Broerman.
Equipment Malfunction Delays Opening of Centennial Hall Motor Vehicle
[Colorado Springs, Colo. – November 25, 2013] An unforeseen malfunction of equipment has delayed the opening of the Centennial Hall Motor Vehicle Department. Citizens wishing to use the Centennial Hall location are unable to perform any motor vehicle, recording, or elections related transaction at this time. Until the office is ready to open, the Clerk and Recorder’s Office recommends using the Citizens Service Center at 1675 West Garden of the Gods Rd, though all other offices are open as normal.
“We appreciate everyone’s understanding as we rush to fix the problem and reopen the Centennial Hall office as quickly as possible,” stated Chief Deputy Chuck Broerman. “We understand that these sort of unforeseen issues have an impact on the people that had planned on using that site today, and we regret any inconvenience.”
The Clerk and Recorder’s staff hopes to reopen the Centennial Hall office within about two hours.
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