FLINTSTONE, Md. (AP) — Portions of the Maryland Department of National Resources are moving from downtown Cumberland to offices in Rocky Gap State Park in nearby Flintstone.
The Cumberland Times-News reports the first move takes place this week when the licensing office relocates.
The new location is the former park headquarters building at the park. The new building is about 10 minutes away from the previous location in Cumberland.
The manager of the Western Maryland Regional Service center, Meghan Cadden, says 10 to 20 customers per day walk into the office to purchase licenses for hunting and fishing or to secure registrations for boats.
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