Sorry I didn't get back to you re: mylar pockets,
but I already purchased last year and ongoing
mylar sleeves (pockets) from University Products
in Ma. These are going on all my vitals - 2 to a pocket
I have been converting the pages and volumes to
the University Products version of binders and
mylars. Now when we make a copy of a vital
we never touch the actual document. 50 sleeves
that hold l00 pcs is 26.50 / 50
I will bring an example to Salve to show you.
I ordered my Civil Union binder from them along
with 5 other surrounding towns. They are great.
See you soon.
Mary Zuber - Hinesburg
From: Barbara Oles <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thursday, August 03, 2000 2:47 PM
Subject: Mylar pockets
>I sent this out to all of you a couple weeks ago, but have had no response.
> Is anyone interested and if so, how many would you like to purchase.
> For those of you who did not cut out a portion of your vital
>records and send it to the Health Department, I have found a source who is
>willing to make a special mylar pocket to place your original marriage
>document in that will have an opaque section to cover up the confidential
>portion of the document. These pockets will open on the inside edge only
>so that your document will be protected. These are archival quality.
>The marriages documents are from 1968 through 1979. If you are interested
>please let me know. The quantity to be ordered will designate the cost to
>each of us. They come 50 in a package and you can get 2 in each pocket.
>These fit very nicely in loose-leaf binders which are easy to remove and
>copy. You can copy through the pocket without have to touch the original
>document again. This will help to preserve the record.
>The cost would be around $45 per package to purchase. If enough,this could
>Town of Guilford