County clerk’s office plans to reopen Tuesday

By BRIAN GRAVES

Posted 10/8/17

County Clerk Donna Simpson said she anticipated being open for business at her office's temporary location on Tuesday.The office has been moved to the former FSG Bank branch located at the Village …

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County clerk’s office plans to reopen Tuesday

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County Clerk Donna Simpson said she anticipated being open for business at her office's temporary location on Tuesday.

The office has been moved to the former FSG Bank branch located at the Village Green on Keith Street and will be one of the first to return to full operations.

County offices have been forced to find short-term space while clean-up, repairs and renovations continue on the County Courthouse after the Oct. 1 fire.

"We are going to use Monday to try to get our dealer work and mail-in/online renewals done as well as make sure the computers have all of the kinks worked out," Simpson said.

She said the vendors and telephone workers who serve the office finished at the end of the day Friday and would return Monday to complete the finishing touches.

"Hopefully we will be full speed on Tuesday," Simpson said.

Mayor D. Gary Davis said it was his understanding Register of Deeds Dina Swafford may have her temporary office, located at 217 Broad St., up and running as early as Monday.

The County Commission, which has a work session scheduled for noon Monday, announced its meetings will be held in the board room of the Bradley County Board of Education's central office until further notice.

The office is located at 800 S. Lee Highway, in front of Bradley Central High School.



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