MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The man who ran the state’s computer system for vehicle licensing has been fired.

Drivers have had long wait times for car tabs and titles ever since the new $93 million computer system went online last summer.

The Department of Public Safety says it needs another $43 million to fix the problems.

Four months ago, the department’s chief business technology officer, Paul Meekin, was put on leave. Now he’s been fired.

Meekin says the success of a government project is never just one person’s responsibility.

  1. DEMOCRATS!!!!!!!!! They destroyed our health care with MNSURE. They destroyed our motor vehicle licensing too. There’s nothing a Democrat cannot destroy and make life miserable. And you morons continue to vote for Dayton, Klobuchar, Franken, etc etc etc.

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