Posted on August 19, 2020
I hope that you all have been able to enjoy some of the great Summer weather that we have had. Despite the circumstances this has been a season to get outside and experience open space. Perhaps you have… Read More
Posted on March 5, 2019
It was great seeing so many of you at the 32nd Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference. In my opening remarks I mentioned how much I appreciated the opportunity you gave me to serve as president for the… Read More
Posted on October 25, 2018
Greetings WLIA members, For many years I followed a typical career progression in my organization. I was hired into an entry level GIS Technician/Analyst position, after several promotions and reorganizations I became a division manager and took on… Read More
Posted on August 31, 2018
The summer is winding down and it is hard for me to believe I’ve already reached the halfway point of my term as WLIA president. It was a busy few months. I’d like to take this opportunity to… Read More
Posted on August 16, 2018
The WLIA Board recently went on record supporting DPI’s efforts to create the first-ever accurate statewide school district boundary map layer and encouraged DPI to establish a regular collection cycle of county school district data to keep that… Read More
Posted on November 1, 2013
Thank you for being a continued member of our organization, we appreciate your support! I thought I would send this quick update on some of our recent activities. Fall Regional Meeting It was great to see folks turn… Read More
Posted on August 5, 2013
Thank you for being a continued member of our organization, we appreciate your support! I thought I would send this quick update on some of our recent activities. (see below) I also want to congratulate the Waupaca County… Read More
Founded in 1987, WLIA is a grassroots organization representing a collection of concerned professionals working to develop, maintain, and apply a network of statewide land information systems.
We are united by an interest in land records modernization, GIS, and related technologies, and by the need for government policies and programs that support their efficient and effective application.