Re: Come On!! Where is CC and JK when you need them?
In Reply to: Re: Come On!! Where is CC and JK when you need them? posted by 427 on July 18, 2011 at 8:22 PM
You are using the word "recorded" ..... maps, etc. aren't usually recorded. There are some exceptions when it comes to certain issues with development where a map would be recorded by a city or county as part of a bigger doc, but it's not recorded docs you are looking for. The street file remains the only compiled source, that I'm aware of, that contains anything required to be submitted for approval. The assessor has copies of all tract maps, including sub-maps for particular apn/addresses (condos, mobile home parks, etc.). It doesn't sound like you are looking for any
: Well I spent 2 hours at the civic center today. Got turned down by the tax office at my request for them to waive property tax late penalties. Then I went to the building and planning office trying to figure out how to get tract maps and other recorded documents. Got nowhere and nobody there seems to know how to do it either. Cant think of anything else, currently trying to get Outlook to work again. Whats up with you?
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