The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
Toupin Rigging began disassembling the upper record hall cabinets early this morning. As I write this the grantor/grantee cabinet sits in eight pieces adjacent to the location it occupied for 90 years. Interestingly, this impressive 18’ unit is actually made of 14 modular units 20” wide by 14” deep. The riggers also removed the “L” shaped cabinet along Elm Street exposing the original 1894 wall color (if you’re wondering it’s beige). One cabinet and table remain to be disassembled. I estimate the work will go on for the remainder of the workday. On Saturday Toupin will move the cabinets to the courthouse basement. I am impressed with the excellent job these workers are doing. They carefully disassemble the units destroying nothing. Even though we do not intend to ever using these cabinets again, preservation is the goal. I am truly excited about this record hall reconfiguration. It is the first step in our vision of “a new registry of deeds”.
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