MassDOT Registrar of Motor Vehicles Celia J. Blue announced the annual low number license plate lottery drawing will be held on September 10 at the RMV’s soon-to-open new Boston branch, Haymarket Center at 136 Blackstone Street.
“As we move our operations to a new Boston neighborhood next month, we are offering the public the opportunity to attend the plate drawing and get a sneak-peek at our new branch, Haymarket Center,” said Registrar Blue.
The Boston RMV has been located on Washington Street in the Chinatown neighborhood since 1998. Haymarket Center, a MassDOT owned spaced, is fully accessible and located adjacent to the MBTA Haymarket Station serving the Green and Orange subway lines and 10 bus routes. RMV Boston Haymarket Center is currently scheduled to open for business on Monday, September 15.
The new branch space features a dedicated E-ZPass Service Customer Center, enhanced privacy during customer transactions and hearings, and consolidated licensing and registration counters to better serve customers and improve efficiency. The Boston Public Market is to be located on the first floor and the RMV will occupy the second and third floors.
The low lumber license plate lottery will be held from 4:30pm to 6pm on Wednesday, September 10, 2014. The public is welcome. More than 6,600 applications were received. The number ‘351’ is included in the drawing this year; it is the number of cities and towns within the Commonwealth.
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