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Building a State Plane Coordinate System for the Future
Usually people travel hundreds of miles and pay money to hear Michael Denis from NGS talk. There are 2 webinars (registration link NOAA's website ( The first webinar is this Thursday, March 8, at 2-3 pm ET, “The State Plane Coordinate System: History, Policy, and Future Directions.” It’s directly related to a new report that will be published this week by NOAA called NOAA Special Publication NOS NGS 13. The second webinar is on Thursday, April 12, at 2-3 pm ET, “Building a State Plane Coordinate System for the Future.” It gives more details on SPCS2022. The focus will mainly be on draft SPCS2022 policy and procedures, which will be released for public comment before the April webinar. Information and registration links are available for both webinars at

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The Land Records Meetup is a social gathering to discuss and demonstrate geospatial technologies for managing land records, primarily as part of the land records maps and apps included in the ArcGIS for Local Government Solution. Parcel editors of all levels are welcome, from seasoned GIS professionals to those new to GIS.

At the meetups, you can:

Stay current with technology and promote best practices.
Demonstrate your land records system and share your experiences.
Present an interesting concept or idea.
Connect with other land records professionals.

The meetings occur on a bi-weekly basis in Esri’s headquarters in Redlands, California. From time to time we’ll meet in other locations, like the convention center in San Diego during the annual user conference or other events. All Redlands meetups will be recorded and shared with the members.

We usually start each meeting by going over new ideas, software issues and release new, then perform a demo, answer questions and leave some time for polls and open discussion.

To join, please provide you full name and answer a few questions.

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