Discover N.J. History License Plate To Be Unveiled
A new speciaity license plate which will provide funding for research, education and preservation of New Jersey’s historic buildings and collections is now available to the public for purchase. The first of these plates will be publicly unveiled at the historic Trent House in Trenton on Thursday, March 26, at 10 a.m.
The Discover NJ History license plate features a Victorian rowhouse based on an original painting by the noted New Jersey artist Harry Devlin. A set of plates is available for an initial fee of $50, plus an annual renewal fee of $10. Personalized license plates, with a maximum of five characters, also are available at additional cost.
What: Discover NJ History License Plate Unveiling
Where: Trent House, 15 Market St., Trenton
(Located behind the Hughes Justice Complex)
When: Thursday, March 26, 10 a.m.
Who: State Senator Joseph M. Kyrillos Jr.
C. Richard Kamin, State DMV Director
Donald R. Sanderson, Chairman, New Jersey Historic Trust
Harry Devlin (invited)