Guam - The long lines continue at the Department of Revenue & Taxation in Barrigada as the agency is still without the extra staff they had hoped would come on board in December. DRT director John Camacho says the additional four staffers are still going through processing at the Department of Administration including drug testing and awaits their word.
Although not all residents have the time to wait in line for hours for a renewal, Camacho apologizes and says the driver's license division has been staying open late to accommodate island residents. "We don't turn down anybody, and we've been staying out late and we stay back up to every night up until 6 o'clock everyday," he said. "So once its five o'clock when we close, so whoever comes in at that door at five, we make sure we entertain those."
He adds there are only five staff handling the Driver's License Division while seeking additional help from other divisions.