Start here for an overview of this edition.
Chris Diller, GIS Manager for the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs, describes his experiences in a recent trip to learn about Nicaraguan GIS and emergency management. He found a surprising number of similarities to issues in Wisconsin.
Alissa Bails talks about her experience as President of the Wisconsin Land Information Association.
Digital orthophoto quality assessment workshop is tentatively scheduled for October in La Crosse.
Madison workshop will address the need for better GIS coordination between Wisconsin state agencies.
The next Wisconsin Land Information Association regional meeting will be held at the Hayward Inn and Suites in Hayward, WI on June 15-17, 2005. Orthophotos, addressing, and wireless 911 will be the major topics covered.
Continuation of land records fee is in the Governor’s proposed budget, but nothing is certain. How can you help?
Start here for a brief summary of the 2005 WLIA annual conference, and a sampling of articles in this issue of the Mapping Bulletin.
At the February 24 WLIA business meeting and awards luncheon, results of the recent Board election were announced. Members of the 2005 WLIA Board of Directors are: Continuing Members: Ken Pabich (President) – Calumet County …
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