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By Jim Shilander

After several months of questions, the California Department of Motor Vehicles announced this week that it will reopen the San Clemente office, located at 2727 Via Cascadita near Camino Capistrano and Avenida Vaquero, later this month.

The office has been closed since January for remodeling. It was initially scheduled to reopen in May. Since its closure, south Orange County residents have been sent to offices in Costa Mesa, Laguna Hills and Oceanside.

The office will officially reopen Monday, Aug. 25.

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