Against my better judgement, I went ahead and cut off that portion of the
marriage licenses. Your approach was the right one. We should have
discussed the best way to do it when it was originally proposed, then we
could have worked together on it. Just another example of how so many of us
TC's do the same thing only differently!! With the help of MuniNet, we will
get better. Keep thinking!!
From: Barbara Oles <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Friday, July 21, 2000 10:10 AM
Subject: Mylar pockets
>Hi All, 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