Walz seeks nearly $16 million for MNLARS, driver and vehicle services


February 8, 2019

Glen Stubbe – Star Tribune

Deputy Register 035 Vinton Lewis and his wife Janet who run the South Saint Paul Quick-Serv License Center have had to take tens of thousands of dollars from their retirement fund just to pay the overtime brought on by extra work from MNLARS.

Gov. Tim Walz wants to spend another $15.7 million to continue repairs to the state's vehicle licensing and registration system and add employees to handle the backlog of plate, title and license requests.

Walz said Thursday he is submitting a request to legislators to spend millions more on the system called MNLARS, which has already cost the state more than $100 million.



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