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MASON CITY, Iowa – It’s a story we first told you about earlier this month.
Now, we’re getting a better idea of just how much paper the Cerro Gordo County Clerk of Court’s Office is saving now that they’ve gone paperless.
The stacks of paper you’re looking at are all different court cases and as you can see there’s quite a bit of paper that collects in the office.
For an average case, it’s about 300 pages.
“The volume of paper that goes through this office is unbelievable. The copies that we make and that we have to file a part of our filing system is just unbelievable. So if saving trees is part of this I’m all in favor of it,” says County Attorney Carlyle Dalen.
The office will officially make the switch and go paper free in October.