Assembly Bill 915 would increase Wisconsin Land Information Program grants to counties.
The Wisconsin Legislature welcomes Wisconsin residents to provide input on the 2021 redistricting process.
The Wisconsin Presidents Council (WPC) was established in 1996 to improve communications between the many professional associations in Wisconsin having a stake in land information and land information modernization. From the beginning, the specific focus of the WPC has been on sharing information regarding current and future legislation affecting land information in Wisconsin.
An update on some bills of interest to the geospatial community.
Two bills being considered by the Wisconsin Legislature affect current regulations about the confidentiality of addresses and adverse possession requirements.
A roundup of some recent bills introduced in the Wisconsin Legislature that are of interest to the geospatial community.
The use of drones (Unmanned Aerial Systems) is becoming regulated across all levels of government.
Update to Senate bill eliminates language that implies $2 million could be removed from the Wisconsin Land Information Program.
Politics associated with the longstanding and sometimes controversial “smart growth” initiative in Wisconsin may once again threaten to remove $2 million from the Wisconsin Land Information Program (WLIP).
Committee on Jobs and the Economy hears testimony on how unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology could affect Wisconsin’s economy.