US Passport Office Opening In St. Albans

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A new Passport Agency is opening in St. Albans.

Senator Patrick Leahy will join federal officials for a ribbon-cutting ceremony set for 2:00 this afternoon at the former post office building on South Main Street.

The passport office will issue passport books and cards onsite, and will eliminate the need for Vermonters to go to Boston for emergency services.

Funded with money from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the agency will be staffed by 20 workers and is expected to issue 15,000 passports in its first year.

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