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Butler driver license center to close Thursday for maintenance

This file photo shows a man head into the the Penndot Drivers License Center in Butler.

The Butler PennDOT Driver License Center at the Point Plaza Shopping Center will be closed on Thursday for facility maintenance.

The center, located at Route 356 and 68 in Butler, will reopen on Friday.

Customers who use this center can go to the following locations:

• West Kittanning Driver License Center at the Highlands Office Complex, 159 Butler Road Suite 2D,

• New Kensington at PA Route 366, 1600 Greensburg Road,

• Mercer Driver License Center at 519 B Greenville Road

• Beaver Falls Driver License Center at Chippewa Plaza, 2580 Constitution Boulevard

Customers with a non-commercial driver license test scheduled for June 28 should report to the West Kittanning location.

Emily Balser is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-226-4680, [email protected] or on Twitter @emilybalser.

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