Lowell Deeds

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April 25, 2007

Schedule of Work

by @ 10:52 am. Filed under Registry Ops

We have been redesigning the lower record hall for the past week and have just about concluded the plans. I will write more about this in another post. Below is the schedule of work that will take place over the next six to eight weeks.

First week in May: The Grantor & Grantee Indexes will be moved to the bookcase adjacent to Elm Street in the first lower record hall room. These record books will be re-shelved in the second lower record hall room replacing the Indexes.

May 5: Employees of the Trial Court will remove “from the walls” the remaining record book cabinets in the upper record hall.

May 12: Toupin Rigging will removed the two remaining research tables and the unattached record book cabinets from the upper record hall.

Last Weekend in May: The Middlesex North Recording Counter will be moved into the area which is now the “Copy Department”… Andthe Copy Department will move to the room located directly across from the current location of the Recording Counter. The opening in the upper record hall wall which is parallel to Elm Street will be re-opened for copy/plan sales.

First week in June: Aulson Company will removed the carpeting and tile from the Recording Counter area.

In June: We are exploring the purchase of more compact and efficient furniture for the lower record hall.

We are also developing a new public access computer terminal that will incude “all” of our digitized documents. This includes, Miscellaneous Jurist, Reg Land Decrees, Registered Land Condominium Plans, Grantor & Grantee Indexes back to 1629 and more.

I know this is an ambitious schedule but I feel confident we can make it happen on time.

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