By Mary E. O'Leary
Register Topics Editor
Four full-service Department of Motor Vehicles offices, as well as several photo-licensing centers, are scheduled to close in a few months in order to help mend the state budget gap.
Personnel in the Old Saybrook, Enfield, New Britain and Danbury offices were informed Wednesday that layoff notices would be going out as a result of the office closings.
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They are the same staffers who work at the Putnam satellite office and the photo-licensing centers in Middletown, Milford and Derby, which also will be shut down to close a $1.6 billion two-year budget deficit tied to rejection of a concession deal offered to state workers.
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