Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Brown Proposing Data-Based Solution To Row Office Staffing Shortages
Brown's new data-based solution is an instrument called the typewriter. The first of these devices, which are impossible to hack and miraculously operate without power, was brought into the Recorder of Deeds Office yesterday. Amazingly, it enables a clerk to reproduce, word for word, the language from a deed.
He explained that his goal is to rid the County of expensive, energy inefficient computers, over the next two years. He will also eliminate all clerk positions and replace them with a new employee designation called Scrivener, based on Charles Dickens.
He predicts this move will save approximately a gazillion dollars, which will enable the County to keep those positions unfilled and save money.
Yesterday, around 3:40 pm, numerous individuals were standing in line for passports, as well as citizens with unresolved custody matters.
"Maybe they should have thought of that before having children," stated Deputy Director of Administration Cathy Allen. "God,if only I had ten of her," concluded Brown