The Board of Supervisors are poised to double a vehicle registration fee for fingerprints.The board voted Tuesday to hold a hearing August 9th on whether to raise the fee to $2 with the money going to run the county’s fingerprint system. The Sheriff’s Office operates the system and told Supervisors their 18 machines are about to wear out and need replacing. The system is used by all law enforcement in the County and the fee increase would bring in about $750,000 a year. The money is collected by the DMV with vehicle registrations.
Sean Michael Lisle