County clerk updates recording software
A recording software update is underway at the Union County clerk’s office in Jonesboro.
“Over the next few weeks, we will be updating our office with new recording software that will better serve our users in both the public and and private sectors,” Union County Clerk Lance Meisenheimer said on Monday, Oct. 21.
“Due to making new software updates, please note that our office will not be able to accept or process any recordings on Monday, November 4, as we update our programs,” the county clerk noted.
Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 5, the county clerk’s office will be utilizing a new AVID recording system with Fidlar Technologies.
Meisenheimer said the new recording system will allow the county clerk’s office to accept eRecordings.
The system also will allow title searches for land records to be accessed from the county clerk’s office’s website. The site will be accessible on Union County’s website: www.unioncountyil.gov.
“This, along with many other facets of our new software, will streamline everyone’s process and increase overall productivity,” the county clerk said.
User Training Session
On Monday afternoon, Nov. 4, Fidlar Technologies plans to host a user training session for those who may be interested in familiarizing themselves with the new software.
The training is scheduled from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the community room at the Union County Courthouse in Jonesboro.