NV: DMV to get more armed guards

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CARSON CITY -- Gov. Kenny Guinn said Monday that state
workers fear for their lives because patrons at Department of Motor
Vehicles and Public Safety offices can go ballistic if they can't register
their cars.

. . .

The waiting time at the Sahara office currently averages one hour and
19 minutes per patron. The average wait at the West Flamingo office
is one hour and 11 minutes. Patrons at the Carey office wait on
average one hour and two minutes and Henderson customers stand in
line for 57 minutes.

Las Vegas Review-Journal

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-- spider (spider0@usa.net), December 05, 2000

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