Alabama Governor Robert Bentley is moving forward with plans to close some driver’s license offices across the state.
Bentley made the remarks today during a trip to Birmingham.
There are 33 possible driver’s license offices in the state that could close. He will follow the recommendations by Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Director Spencer Collier.
In addition to the license offices, Bentley is expected to close some Alabama National Guard Armories and possibly some state parks.