Posted By Cliff Tuttle | June 14, 2012
Remember the mimeograph? Teachers used it a lot when we were in high school and college. You ran it through your typewriter, pilled off the backing and ran off a hundred copies or so. Then came photocopies and it was goodbye mimeo.
Well a similar technology had bitten the dust. Large survey plans were usually drawn on large sheets of mylar, a translucent sheet that could be used to print impressions on paper. The Recorder of Deeds (now known by the Orwellian “Department of Real Estate”) required that subdivision plans be presented on mylar so that they could be copied easily. Now, that’s not necessary. So, henceforth, use paper.
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