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Truck permit system to switch from paper to online

Truck permits used in a multitude of western North Dakota counties will move from self-issue paper slips to electronic beginning next year, according to a statement from the North Dakota Association of Oil and Gas Producing Counties.

Truck permits used in a multitude of western North Dakota counties will move from self-issue paper slips to electronic beginning next year, according to a statement from the North Dakota Association of Oil and Gas Producing Counties.

The shift was voted on by the association at its executive committee meeting Nov. 24 in Killdeer, based on a recommendation by the North Dakota Uniform County Truck Permit Committee.

Counties will cease giving out books of paper permit slips Jan. 1.

All permits will then have to be obtained electronically from the association's website at ndenergy.org. The paper will continue to be honored until March 1.

Counties that participate in the permit system include Stark, Billings, Dunn, Bowman, Hettinger, McKenzie, Slope, Adams and Golden Valley.

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