DMV Renew Local Campaign Means Cash For Erie County

DMV Renew Local Campaign Means Cash For Erie County

WBBZ-TV, Your Hometown Station, joins Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs in new campaign.

Did you know that if you renew the license and registration for your vehicle in Erie County, and not sending your automatic renewal to Albany, you could keep more cash in Erie County?

This is important because $1.5 million could be raised for services in our hometown.

Here is more from the official website of Chris Jacobs:

Help keep $1.5 million dollars of your hard earned tax dollars right here in Erie County!
“Just Mail It” or go to any of the Erie County Auto Bureaus to keep 12.5% of your auto registration renewal here. When you mail it to N
ew York State or renew it online, Erie County taxpayers get 0%

Keep your Hard Earned Money in Erie County

Here's How…

Step 1
Enter your name and address to request your renewal envelope below

Step 2
The Erie County Clerk’s office will send you a green, pre-addressed postage-paid envelope to use for your renewal.

Step 3
1). Sign the certification on the back of your renewal application.
2). Fill in your inspection number on the back of renewal form.
3). Enclose a check or money order payable to: Erie County Clerk
use the postage-paid green envelope and mail to the Erie County Auto Bureau, instead of Albany.

Your New Registration and Sticker will be mailed to you.

* Does not apply to boats, trailers, watercraft and motorcycles

Here is the website where you can register online:

Where will the money go for Erie County?  Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz released his new budget, and the Buffalo News reports that there will not be a tax hike.

Click the link for more:

Watch for more on the "Renew Local" campaign, and updates on the budget, on WBBZ-TV"s "Political Buzz" Thursday at 9am and Sunday at 11am on Ch. 67.1; TWCable 5; Dish 5; FiOS 5; DirecTV67

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