State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Independence) has announced that the Ohio House of Representatives today passed the “County Recorder Clean-up Bill” in an effort to streamline and modernize the operations of county recorder offices.

Specifically, House Bill 72:
• Modernizes terminology in the Revised Code to accurately reflect how the county recorder records and keeps instruments today, for example, by computer and on other media, rather than in record books and on paper.
• Requires that instruments presented for recording be kept in the county recorder's general record series known as the "official records," rather than in six separate sets of records.
• Eliminates obsolete fees for recording certain instruments manually or by typewriter, and requires a fee to be charged for recording notices of possessory interests in land.
• Eliminates a fine on any county recorder who record plats contrary to a municipal corporation's plat laws.
• Allows the county recorder to dispose of paper versions of notices of recognizance liens and of their discharge if the county records commission revises the records retention and disposal schedule accordingly.
• Requires the county recorder to be included when the county auditor and county engineer adopt by written agreement standards governing conveyances of real property.

"The use of technology to streamline and make government efficient is the goal," said Rep. Anielski. "With the use of more efficiencies, the office can better assist our constituents."

House Bill 72 passed by a vote of 95-0 and will now be sent to the Ohio Senate for consideration.

Featured Posts

Guest Column From State Representative Marlene Anielski: Drug Price Affordability A Top Priority In Ohio House

Columbus - 

One of the most complex yet important matters we cover at the state and federal levels of government is health care. The health and wellness of all Ohioans is crucial, but the topic encompasses a wide array of stakeholders—the patients themselves, doctors, hospital administrators, pharmacists, drug and medical equipment manufacturers, and more. We must take into consideration the perspectives of all interested parties to ensure health care remains affordable and accessible for everyone.


State Representative Anielski Attends Vision Screening Training

Columbus - 

State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently attended a vision screening training program hosted by the Ohio affiliate of Prevent Blindness at Brecksville Broadview Heights High School. Volunteers were trained and certified to conduct standardized preschool vision screenings that help detect early vision problems.


Guest Column From State Representative Marlene Anielski: Task Forces Seek To Address Ohio's Most Pressing Issues


During this winter season, several specialized committees—task forces created by the Speaker of the House—have been meeting across Ohio to address specific policy areas. These task forces focus on Ohio’s most pressing issues, including the heroin and opioid crisis, energy policy, Alzheimer’s and dementia, education and poverty, and BRAC and military affairs. As the committees wrap up their research, I wanted to give you an update on the work they’ve been doing.


Representative Anielski Sworn In As State Representative Of The 6th House District

Columbus - 

State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) was sworn in yesterday as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 132nd General Assembly. She represents the 6th Ohio House District, which includes the south-east portion of Cuyahoga County, for a fourth term.