Bexar County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark is using several of her information solutions on the way, so people having to record, purchase or protect documents that are vital bypass traffic, parking costs and protection assessment at county offices downtown.
Adame-Clark conceived for the notion of a mobile satellite program half a year ago, while hearing army veterans whom count on having a duplicate of the federal military release type, a DD214, to be able to get advantages. The forms as a free service, veterans have to pay up to $20 to park downtown although the clerk’s office records.
“I think they’ve sacrificed enough. Plus it’s time for people to provide straight back,” Adame-Clark stated as she kicked from the new “Records from the Run” system Friday in the county’s South Side satellite workplace.