The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
Good luck to the folks at the Essex North Registry of Deeds. They’re taking advantage of this three-day weekend to move the registry from its current location at the old Lawrence District Court to a new site at 354 Merrimack Street, Suite 304 (Entrance C). Although I’ve yet to see the new site in person, the linked photo from Google Maps shows the building (see the green arrow) along the southern bank of the Merrimack River. Rumor has it that the building is a refurbished textile mill now owned by the same person who owns Sal’s Pizza and that a restaurant is co-located with the registry. Everyone looks forward to the official grand opening. Not only is the Essex North Registry physically moving its location this weekend, but it’s also changing to a new computer system. Starting Tuesday, Lawrence should be operating the Browntech system which is also in use in the registries in Fitchburg, Springfield, Dedham and Barnstable. The installation of the Browntech system in Lawrence, of course, is a departure from five years of moving towards a standard statewide computer system (the ACS system which operates here in Lowell and in a total of 12 of the 21 registries in the Commonwealth), but that’s a story for another day.
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