Cherokee County Sheriff Frank Reynolds has been appointed to serve on the Georgia Board of Driver Services.

Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan made the appointment Wednesday. The board seat has a six-year term expiring in 2027.

“I am very honored to serve on this board, and I appreciate Lt. Gov. Duncan and Director Spencer Moore for giving me the opportunity to serve the citizens of Georgia,” Reynolds said in a news release.

The Georgia Board of Driver Services governs the Department of Driver Services (DDS), which was created in 2005. The DDS is responsible for enforcing and administering state laws and regulations relating to driver’s licenses. All rules and regulations remain in full force and effect as rules and regulations of the DDS until amended, repealed or superseded by rules or regulations adopted by the Commissioner of Driver Services.

The nine-member board meets monthly to discuss issues related to improving customer service, advancing technology and protecting the safety of the citizens of Georgia.


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