One day seminar sponsored by the Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of the Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors. When:Friday, March 21, 2014 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Where: The Rock Garden and Comfort Suites 1951 Bond St, Green Bay,… Read More
Jane Licht, WLIA President in 2002, was recently named “Citizen of the Year” by the McFarland, WI Chamber of Commerce. She will be honored at the Chamber Citizen of the Year Banquet on April 6 at The Maple Tree… Read More
The Wood County Planning and Zoning Department has an opening for a full-time Planner position. The primary purpose of this position is to provide planning services to Wood County and municipalities within its jurisdiction, participate in land records… Read More
The Vilas County Land Information Office was featured recently on WJFW Newswatch 12 for their award winning Boulder Junction Address Atlas. Outstanding job promoting the benefits of land information and GIS!!!
During this year, National Atlas of the United States and The National Map will transition into a combined single source for geospatial and cartographic information. This transformation is projected to streamline access to maps, data and information from the USGS National Geospatial Program (NGP). This action will… Read More
The Wisconsin Register of Deeds will be offering an education session on Wednesday June 4th at Chula Vista Resort in the Wisconsin Dells. The session will be a part of the UW Madison’s Certified Public Manager’s Program. If… Read More
Oneida County Land Information Office has a HP 1050C plotter for sale. Place bid by 9am March 11, 2014 For more information CLICK HERE
A nice article about Justin Conner’s election as the 2014 WLIA President appeared in today’s edition of the Wisconsin Rapids City-Times. In addition to congratulating Justin on his new role, Board Chair Lance Pliml spoke on the importance of land… Read More
Another successful conference is in the books and we’re starting to think about 2015 in Green Bay. The first step of the planning process is evaluating what worked or didn’t work from this year. Please take a moment, even… Read More
Read more for yourself in this TwinCities.com article. Interestingly, plenary speakers Scott Resnick and Michael Terner addressed this very topic last week at our annual conference. Open data is clearly a growing trend!