The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
Last Saturday Court Facilities employees detached the remaining record book cabinets from the walls in the room formerly known as the Upper Record Hall. The work went faster and smoother than I expected. Register Howe checked out the progress of the work around 9:00AM Saturday. At the time of his visit all the work on the Hobson Street side of the “Recording Hall” was done. The workers had more to deal with than just the cabinets. Two electrical outlets had to be disconnect also… this was expected…but what wasn’t expected was moving and unbolting the Copico change machine. This morning I arrived a little early and pushed some of the detached cabinets back toward the walls to create more space. I also repositioned the copy machine. Since this area is no longer going to be used for research two of the copy machines will be put into storage. Around 7:00AM this Saturday Toupin Rigging will begin moving the detached furniture to a storage area in our basement.
Check Wednesday for more changes coming.
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