PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem is continuing to loosen some of the coronavirus limits imposed on state agencies, allowing them to do more in-person work with the public.
The new limits also end some waivers on a variety of filing deadlines, returning them to normal
Noem signed an executive order Tuesday that keeps a state of emergency in effect to qualify for federal coronavirus funding but sets an August 1st deadline for those who couldn’t take care of title and registration for motor vehicles, manufactured homes, and boats between March and June.
The order also give those whose driver’s license, driver permits, and ID cards expired during that time until December 30th to renew them.