<I>There was a big flap about former public schools Supt. Kathleen Williams having out-of-state license tags while she lived here. Does the same hold true for Douglas County District Court employees? One has had Arkansas tags on his vehicle for the last two years while working for the court.</I>
Douglas County Treasurer Pat Wells said the state law requires Kansas residents to have in-state license tags on their vehicles within 90 days of assuming Kansas residency. She said people can file a complaint confidentially at the Treasurer's Office if they know of someone who has out-of-state tags. Then, the Sheriff's Department investigates and advises people not complying with the law to register their vehicles in their state of residency.