Ward Invites Residents to License Plate Replacement Event on Oct. 9

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MCCONNELLSBURG – State Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) is inviting residents with hard-to-read license plates to obtain a free, new one at her drive-thru license plate replacement event on Monday, Oct. 9, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Community State Bank, 415 Fulton Drive, McConnellsburg.

“This event is designed to make it easy and convenient for people to replace old, worn-out and hard-to-read license plates,” Ward said. “It can be difficult sometimes for people to access state government services, so this will bring those services out to them.”

Drivers should bring the license plate they wish to replace, valid registration paperwork and a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license or photo identification card.

License plates are considered damaged and replaceable when letters or numbers are not recognizable from 50 feet away; the plate is peeling, blistering or discolored; or the plate has lost its reflectivity.

No pre-registration is required for the event. Residents can call Ward’s office at 717-485-3616 for more information.

Residents can follow Ward on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/SenJudyWard and Twitter (X) @SenatorJWard for news about legislation and the 30th Senate District. Contact information for her district offices and other information can be found on her website at SenatorJudyWard.com, and constituents also can sign up for her e-newsletter at SenatorJudyWard.com/enewsletters.


Contact: Nathan Akers

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