The Otsego County DMV numbers are in according to AllOTSEGO. When it comes to which county office generates more, Cooperstown is far and away the leader, generating about $4.5 million, while the Oneonta office generates only $500,000 annually according to county board Chair David Bliss.

This makes the decision on which office to close due to deep budget cuts an easy one. Oneonta will be closing its doors permanently. With that, Bliss reveals that with more DMV transactions being done on-line, the county is getting less of a share of state revenues.

Currently, both DMV offices in the county are closed and there's no word on when a reopening will be allowed. Other county offices will be allowed to reopen on Monday, June 8 according to Governor Cuomo's Office.

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