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Rev & Tax hires more staff to ease long lines

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The lines for the Drivers License Division at the Department of Rev & Tax wrapped around the corner of the Barrigada facility today leaving patrons impatient and frustrated.  Agency director John Camacho says the lines may be shorter next week as the division has hired two new driver examiners as well as two additional employees who start next week.

He told KUAM News, "It's one of those things and I'm trying to get more people there again and one day yesterday the following day, I went down there the line was pretty short, today was long. It's some people, it's like going to a bank and it's a payday and you go to a bank and you say the line is too long; some people come at the right time or all at one time."

Rev & Tax meanwhile is cross-training two additional employees within the department to provide more assistance.

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