Yearly archives for 2010

Additional polling place information

In addition to the precinct maps available in the online store and the precincts and polling information available in the LinkGIS Viewer, we are pleased to announce additional information available about the polling locations.  Each polling location has a two hyperlinks.  One connects to a photo of the location while the other links to driving […]

Regional use of tool for road construction coordination saves tax-, rate-paye...

Well into its first year of use, NKAPC’s online tool that allows jurisdictions and utilities to coordinate road construction and maintenance projects is proving to be very successful and saving participants a lot of money. Currently, the Kenton and Campbell County Fiscal Courts, a number of cities in each county, the water and sanitation districts, […]

Staff Participation at International GIS Conference Represents Partnership We...

Two offerings during the recent 2010 ESRI International User Conference included work accomplished by NKAPC’s GIS staff. One was a training session and the other was an inclusion in the conference’s 25th Anniversary Map Book. Christy Powell, GISP, one of NKAPC’s senior GIS specialists, represented NKAPC and the LINK-GIS partnership by presenting a conference session […]

New features of LINK-GIS website draw speaking invitations and regional atten...

Redesigned with a fresh appearance and rebuilt with greater functionality, NKAPC’s new LINK-GIS website is drawing the attention of jurisdictions throughout the metropolitan area and beyond. The visual elements are the first thing noticed on the new page, however, it’s the website’s new My Community viewer and Online Store function that has other jurisdictions interested. […]

Staffer will teach GIS technology at NKU middle school emerging technologies ...

NKAPC staffer Kyle Snyder will expand NKAPC’s GIS outreach program this summer when he teams up with NKU’s Center for Integrated Natural Science and Mathematics (CINSAM) to teach a half-day summer camp the week of June 28 through July 2. Snyder, a principal GIS specialist at NKAPC, plans to share the topic and a hands-on […]

Using Web Based GIS Data: 101

Are you a real estate appraiser?  The Kentucky Real Estate Appraisers Board has approved NKAPC’s GIS staff to teach “Using Web Based GIS Data: 101” for 4.00 Hours of continuing education credit.  This hands-on class features the website and the myCommunity viewer.  The class will be taught on June 15th from 8:00 a.m. – […]

Kenton, Campbell Fiscal Courts enact ordinances to protect GIS monuments

Several hundred thousand dollars were spent nearly ten years ago to establish a recognized GIS monument network across Northern Kentucky. As time passed and NKAPC staff and others monitored the condition of the Kenton and Campbell County monuments, they witnessed destruction of several of them. Kenton and Campbell Fiscal Courts responded recently with ordinances that […]

LINK-GIS website training dates announced

Three training events for the Link-GIS website have been announced for the month of March 2010. March 4, 2010 – Tour the new Link-GIS website! Two instructional sessions – 9:00 and 11:00AM Campbell County Fiscal Court Commission Chambers 1098 Monmouth Street, Newport March 5, 2010 – Hands on training for the new Link-GIS website! Two […]

LINK-GIS partnership expands focus; offers Pictometry to local governments

The LINK-GIS partnership signed contracts recently with Pictometry International Corp. for new aerial images of Campbell and Kenton Counties. When uploaded into its system, these new digital images will provide jurisdictions in both counties with two ways to view their territories—the traditional bird’s-eye view and now a 3D view. Pictometry captures high-resolution images obliquely—or from […]

Staff provides technical assistance to local governments for 2010 US Census

Final preparations are underway for the 2010 census. The US Census Bureau and local governments across the nation are checking their maps to assure that everything is up to date and ready to go. For NKAPC staff, this means completing the Local Update of Census Addresses process for Kenton and Pendleton Counties and the City […]