‘In God We Trust’ plate may be available in May

Image from Charleston Daily Mail  Residents now can begin sending applications for the "In God We Trust" special license plate to the Dry Fork Recreation Center in Harman. The group has to collect 250 applications for the plates, which will look different than the original concept seen here in a rendering, to be produced by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Image from Charleston Daily Mail
Residents now can begin sending applications for the “In God We Trust” special license plate to the Dry Fork Recreation Center in Harman. The group has to collect 250 applications for the plates, which will look different than the original concept seen here in a rendering, to be produced by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state Division of Motor Vehicles has given a Randolph County nonprofit the go-ahead to begin collecting a first round of applications for a proposed “In God we trust” license plate.

Randolph County Assessor Phyllis Yokum, a board member for the Dryfork Recreation Center, said the center is now accepting applications for the proposed plate. The cost is $70 and the plate must be renewed every year for $45.

The group must collect 250 applications by May 18, 2015, for the license plate to go into production…

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