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Improvements for local DMV office

I just spent a total of three hours at the DMV. It was an amount of time over two days. The whole time I sat there all I could think of is that empty building right next to the DMV office; maybe it would be more comfortable in the building next door. Why doesn’t the government purchase (or lease) the building next door and demolish the building they are in now (including the CHP office) and turn the space into a big parking lot? It seems like it would be much more comfortable.

By the way, I happen to think that the DMV is one of the most profitable enterprises for the government.

Barbara Herm

Nevada City

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