- BMV Commissioner Joel Silverman was to meet with Gov. Mitch Daniels yesterday
The fate of the Clay City branch of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is apparently still up in the air.
Clay City businessman Daryl Andrews said BMV commissioner Joel Silverman was to meet with Gov. Mitch Daniels on Thursday and give him his recommendation concerning the branch in Clay City.
As of this morning, Andrews, who is also a county commissioner, had not heard what the governor's decision would be.
In addition to staying open or being closed, there is a third possibility for the Clay City branch. Silverman has been talking with Clay County officials about the county administering the branch. Another possibility is for a Clay City business to administer the branch for the State of Indiana.
If one of the last two possibilities are successfully negotiated, a $3 surcharge will be added to transactions in Clay City, officials said.