The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
The Worcester Registry of Deeds moved into new quarters at the end of June, so Tony Accardi and I traveled to Worcester today to view some surplus furniture left behind at the registry’s former location. We selected a variety of tables, chairs, bookcases and other furniture that will help us finish outfitting our new recording area and Customer Service office. Our new-old stuff should arrive by late next week, so there will be more changes here at this registry. Once our second-hand shopping was complete, we stopped by the new registry which is located in the former food court of the Worcester Common Outlets (originally known as the Worcester Galleria). Impressive does not begin to describe the new registry. Tony Vigliotti and his staff have succeed in blending the latest in technology (no books, scan and return original documents at the recording counter) with a newly outfitted facility that includes multiple closing rooms, a separate research area, a massive recording counter and many other useful amenities. One thing that became very clear is that almost everyone who works at the registry records documents which, with the scan and return system, is the primary task employees must perform. An official open house will be held sometime later this summer; we’ll make every effort to attend and will bring a digital camera.
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