In Beaver County, Recorder of Deeds Janice Beall said the situation has eased somewhat since November, when the county increased the number of computers for deed research from 10 to 14 and added four printers accessible from any computer.
But today researchers should find a sign posted in the research area that requires two of the computers to be available for the general public to use at all times.
"When [abstractors] come in, I have a little sit-down with them and tell them this is not their office and here's how we're going to do things," she
"They've been pretty cooperative so far, and the additional computers have helped."
office has records available online from 1957 to present and available on computer at the office from 1800.