Friday the 13th is a lucky day for me this week. On June 13th, I’m available all day long to conduct a public records tour and lecture at the offices of the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder Clerk’s offices at 12499
Imperial Highway, Norwalk, CA 90650. It will start at 8 a.m. and last as long as you want it to — or at 4:30 p.m. (whichever comes first).
We’ll meet on the front steps at 8 a.m. It will last until noon. Suggested donation: $20. And we’ll have Don Ray’s book available — Diggin’ Up Gold on the Old Paper Trail; A Workbook for Investigatin’ Folks for $20.
We’ll visit these offices in this approximate order:
Registrar of Voters — statements of economic interest, campaign finance statements
Registrar of Voters — voter registration records
County Recorder — grantor/grantee — deeds, trust deeds, liens, DBAs, etc.
County Recorder — very old grantor/grantee, tract maps and more
County Recorder — birth, death and marriage records going clear back to the beginning of last century.
Usually, this tour and lecture lasts until noon. But this unlucky Friday, you’ll have the good luck to get my one-on-one assistance all day long. The parking is free. It’s just off the I-5 Freeway at the Norwalk Blvd. Exit. If your GPS tells you different, don’t believe it. — they’ve closed the Pioneer/Imperial Highway exit during construction.
Please email Don Ray at email@example.com (say that aloud a couple of times) or call him at (818) 237-3728 if you think you want to attend. It’s all indoors. You’ll make some wonderful contacts there.