The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
The Commonwealth is divided into 21 registry districts, each with an independently elected register of deeds. This coming January 3, the leadership at 7 of those registries will change. Yesterday I travelled to Greenfield for an informal retirment party for Peter Wood, the outgoing Franklin County Register of Deeds. He will be succeeded by Joseph Gochinski. The other registries that will see a change at the top are Berkshire South (Great Barrington) where Irene Skorput will be replaced by Wanda Beckwith; Berkshire Middle (Pittsfield) where Mary O’Brien will be replaced by former State Senator Andrea Nuciforo; Essex North (Lawrence) where Tom Burke will be replaced by Robert Kelley; Worcester North (Fitchburg) where John McLaughlin will be replaced by Kathleen Daigneault; and Nantucket where Joanne Kelley will be replaced by Jennifer Ferreira. The seventh registry that will see a change is Bristol North (Taunton) but the successor is undetermined at this time. The incumbent, David Simas, was re-elected, but has since been chosen by Governor-elect Deval Patrick to serve as his Deputy Chief of Staff. Because Bristol is still within county government, the county commissioners will name the new register of deeds once Mr. Simas formally resigns the position. We wish all the outgoing and all the incoming registers the best of luck.
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