In the past ten years new computer technologies have completely changed the way we manage the public's official records.

It is now faster, cheaper and easier to file and retreive our public information than ever before and the office of the County Recorder is as up-to-date as it can be: there isn't a more modern system to buy if we wanted. But this advanced technology is as sensitive as it is high-spirited, and even small errors can become potentially costly. It takes careful attention and an experienced hand to manage such a precision-critical operation.

I have the experience to know what counts.