Revenue Commissioner announces ribbon cutting for new kiosk

Probate Judge, Laurie Shoultz Hall, Revenue Commissioner, Sharon B. Barkley and the Marengo County Commission would like to invite the public for the ribbon cutting of the new kiosk at Sweet Water State Bank in Demopolis, Thursday, Oct. 1 at 8:30 a.m.

DIXIE COUNTRY (WIN 98.5) will be present for an on-location broadcast to help celebrate the ribbon cutting from 8:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. Barkley and Hall will also celebrate a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Sweet Water State Bank in Sweet Water on Oct. 1 at 2 p.m.

The officials are excited to offer these conveniences to their citizens. This is an innovative technology that both Barkley and Hall are proud to have available in Marengo County. For the first time ever, citizens in Marengo County will have the option to renew their tags and pay property tax in locations other than the County Courthouse.

Kiosks will be set up in the north and south ends of the county to provide more convenience for those who have difficulty traveling to the courthouse because of work, lack of time, means of transportation or any other reason. The kiosks allow a quick renewal for tags, eliminating waiting in long lines at the end of the month. Drivers will simply need to bring their license, proof of insurance and a debit/credit card to complete tag renewals at a kiosk. For tax payments, you can search by name or use the account number on the tax bill along with a debit/credit card. The kiosks will be located in Demopolis and Sweet Water, inside Sweet Water State Bank.