The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
Last Saturday Toupin Rigging moved four large storage cabinets out of the upper record hall. In addition they removed two large research tables. One of these tables was brought downstairs to the lower record hall for public use and the other was put in storage. I currently have an employee making a detailed, scaled drawing of the newly created space. The plan is to move the Middlesex South Satellite Office and the Copy Department into the new space. The drawing will help us determine the most efficient way to arrange the furniture and equipment for these departments. This Friday LanTel will begin installing twenty-eight new network drops. I am hoping the electrical work will begin in the next few weeks. Sixteen public seats are still available in the upper record hall and thirty-two in the lower (this does not include the 19 in the rough tunnel area). Over the past three months we have kept a daily count of the number of people using the record hall at 9:00AM and 3:00PM. The average was 4.8 users at 9:00AM and 5.1 users at 3:00PM. The highest number of people at either of these times was ten (which only occurred once).
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