The courthouse is reopened after a fire at the Lawrence County courthouse caused damage from the sprinkler system, but not all services are available.
While crews at the Lawrence County courthouse here work to clean up the building officials told WAAY there is some good news for people needing services like license or tag renewal.
Thomas ray came to the courthouse Monday to get his tags renewed but quickly found out that office is closed.
"It's a little aggravating pushing the time limits more likely to get pulled over between now and then," Ray.
The online system to pay fines is temporary out of service as well.
The good news?
For anyone who needed to renew their license or tags during the period the courthouse is closed your late fines will be waived.
The County Commission told us they're hoping to open the revenue commissioners office by early next week.
"Even if they wave the fines its going to be a hassle," Ray.
WAAY spoke with the County Administrator and she told us they are doing the best they can to get the space operational as soon as possible. We also spoke with the Moulton Police Chief and he said they are aware of the situation and will probably not give people tickets for expired tags that expired during this time.
The State of Alabama department of revenue extended the deadline for license tags from July 3rd to July 31st for Lawrence County. The Revenue office in the courthouse is set to open Monday, July 16th.
- Lawrence County Courthouse still not completely open after fire
- Electrical fire forces Lawrence County Courthouse closure
- Only part of Lawrence courthouse open after fire
- Lawrence County Courthouse closed for remainder of the week
- Shooting reported in Lawrence County
- Lawrence County elects new sheriff
- Alabama 101 now open to local traffic in Lawrence County
- Lawrence County, Tenn. fire crews free goat from well
- Lawrence County man killed in wreck
- 19 arrested in Lawrence County drug operation