County clerk says police were informed about the delay
By Ben Sheroan
Tuesday, February 24, 2009 at 8:00 pm
The state was late in mailing reminder cards for January license plate renewals because of a change in the way vehicle values are evaluated.
Deadlines for the renewals have been extended through Feb. 28, LaRue County Clerk Linda Carter said. The reminder notes went out Feb. 5 and arrived in mail boxes over the weekend. Law enforcement, including Kentucky State Police, have been notified of the delay and asked not to ticket cars with expired January stickers.
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