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GIS Staff Reviews Standards for Excellence

The Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission’s GIS department is currently working to develop and implement a comprehensive data quality strategy. The goal is to assure constituents that the GIS maps they get from NKAPC are of the highest quality possible. This project is necessary largely due to increases in technology and expectations from elected officials and […]

LINK-GIS Earns Global ESRI Award

Only One in Kentucky The NKAPC is Kentucky’s sole recipient of the 2005 Special Achievement in GIS award for LINK-GIS’ efforts in fostering regional cooperation. LINK-GIS received the award on NKAPC’s behalf at the 25th Annual Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) International User Conference in San Diego on July 27. It was selected from more than […]

LINK-GIS Recognized for Brownfield Database

System to Support Re-Development of Kenton County Today, the State of Kentucky’s Environmental Quality Commission (EQC) announced that LINK-GIS, Northern Kentucky’s leading geographic information systems provider, is the recipient of an Earth Day Award in recognition of their stewardship of the Kenton County Brownfields Initiative. LINK-GIS will be honored at the annual EQC Earth Day […]

Smart Building Starts With Smart Planning

Two Local Developers Using LINK-GIS To Build Better Communities The region’s top homebuilders, The Drees Co. and Fischer Homes have been leaders in their industry due to high levels of customer satisfaction. But, it was their due diligence, performed before a single home was built, that made the difference. For this research, they consulted LINK-GIS, […]

Sharing Data – Local Governments Set the Standard

Kenton County Leads Way in Brownfield Development