The Herald-Dispatch
Funding Announced for Lawrence County Projects
The county received American Rescue Plan funds to contract with Cott Systems to put deeds and mortgages on the website in the Lawrence County Recorder’s Office. read more >>

Atlantic News Telegraph
Adair Supervisors Learn More on COVID Fund Use
County officials from the auditor’s office and secondary road office are expected to meet with officials from Cott Systems to consider putting records into a digital form. read more >>

Knox Pages
Knox County Places Thousands of Records Online
Knox County worked in partnership with Cott Systems to scan and organize the records using Cott's Online Index Books software.  read more >>

The Sylva Herold and Ruralite
Register of Deeds Office Offering Security Option
The Jackson County Register of Deeds has implemented Cott Systems’ PropertyCheck to help protect Jackson County property owners from potential property and mortgage fraud.  read more >>

Grundy News
Grundy County Digitizing 80-year-old land records
Grundy County Finance Committee approves a contract with Cott Systems to preserve more than 80-year-old documents in the Grundy County Clerk’s Office.  read more >>

Rutland Herald
City digitizing land records
City land records are going online. Mortgages, deeds, transfers - anything to do with the sales of real estate property will be digitized and searchable on the internet.  read more >>

Globe Gazette
Mitchell County Auditor proposed digitizing property transfer books
A program provided by Cott Systems of Columbus, Ohio, would digitize property transfer books and make it easier for people who come in to find information.  read more >>

Dayton Daily News
Online filing to streamline wave of documents at the Recorder's office
A new electronic filing system went online at the Montgomery County Recorder’s Office to streamline the filing of documents which have increased 30% due to the robust housing market.  read more >>

Grundy County Digitizing 150-year-old Land Records
the Grundy County Board approved a contract with Cott Systems to preserve documents in the Grundy County Clerk’s Office that are more than 150 years old.  read more >>

JDN News
Onslow announces new PropertyCheck software
Becky Pollard, Register of Deeds for Onslow County, announced that they have implemented Cott Systems’ PropertyCheck in their office to help protect Onslow County residents from potential property and mortgage fraud.  read more >>

Laurinburg Exchange
County offers protection for property owners
Cott Systems, Inc., since 1888, with representatives in Iowa and throughout the United States, provided digitizing and software expertise to the county for this project.  read more >>

Dallas County News
Auditor holds open house to showcase electronic access to land records
Cott Systems, Inc., since 1888, with representatives in Iowa and throughout the United States, provided digitizing and software expertise to the county for this project.  read more >>

Newton Daily News
5 Things to Know for Tuesday's Board of Supervisors Meeting
The Jasper County Board of Supervisors approved a contract with Cott Systems to digitize more than 100 years of local birth records.  read more >>

The Monett Times
Barry County Recorder of Deeds Candidate: Angela Coones
Angela Coones plans will be to keep providing prompt and accurate recording of public records and maintain them with the most updated technology possible.  read more >>

Sedalia Democrat
Pettis County Land Records Available Online
In an ongoing effort to make records more accessible, the Recorder of Deeds and her staff have made many of these records available online.  read more >>

Iowa County Magazine
Dallas and Dubuque Counties Increase Efficiency by Digitizing Records
Two Iowa Recorders have championed change by digitizing the records entrusted to their care.  read more >>

Mount Vernon News
County Records Going Digital
The Knox County Commissioners took a step toward paperless record-keeping by signing a monthly service contract with Cott Systems.  read more >>

Millford Patch
Milford City Clerk Announces E-Recordings
The Milford City Clerk, Joanne M. Rohrig, is now electronically submitting, receiving, and processing official documents online via a secure internet site.  read more >>

Dallas County News
Recorder Has Documents Dating Back to 1850 Available Online
Dallas County Chad Airhart and his staff have been working to make all of the documents available online. People can now find deeds and documents, and print them from anywhere.  read more >>

Lima Hometown Stations
Scanning and Digitizing at the Allen County Recorder's Office
The Allen County Recorder's Office is getting some much needed work done. Millions of county real estate documents are being scanned and digitized.  read more >>

The Morrow County Sentinel
Recorder Brings Office into the 21st Century
Morrow County property owners, realtors, and bankers will soon have an online tool to check land records such as mortgage releases and deeds on file in the county recorder’s office.  read more >>

Newton Daily News
Jasper County to Roll Out Historical Records at Your Fingertips
The Jasper County recorder and auditor host an open house to introduce the public to a new web-based system.  read more >>

Brattleboro Reformer
Cristelli Brought Newfane into 21st Century
Gloria Cristelli has brought the town's record keeping into the 21st century.  read more >>

The Day
Groton Land Records Now Online
Groton has joined the Connecticut Town Clerks Portal to allow online public access to view and print town records such as deeds, liens, and maps.  read more >>


The Telegraph
Bibb County Superior Court Clerk talks about her efforts to digitize the records of slaves.
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KCRG 9 News
Dubuque County Recorder and Zoning offices to digitize their documents.
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Let's Talk Dallas County
Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart talks about their new software.
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WSIL 3 News
Hamilton County Recorder places thousands of land records online.
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