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Joseph Young
Wed, 7 Apr 2021 07:57:07 -0400
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Good Morning All,
In case you haven't heard I was elected Chair of the GeoLibrary Board in
January. We are embarking on a strategic planning process and have issued a
request for proposals and hope to have a contractor on board by the end of
June to assist with this project.
If you are a vendor interested in submitting a proposal you can find the
RFP posted on the State of Maine Bureau of purchasing website.

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V. Kelly Bellis
Sun, 4 Apr 2021 06:06:22 -0400
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Any idea yet when imagery service will return?

Would anybody that has Hancock County 2020 imagery be willing to make
a copy for me if I provide the hard drive?

Thank you!

Kind regards,

Kelly
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Emily Pettit
Fri, 2 Apr 2021 14:47:57 -0400
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Hello Maine GeoLibrary Data Catalog Consumers,

The following changes have occurred to the Maine GeoLibrary data holdings in the past month:

Added to the Catalog
-Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife - Wildlife Management Areas Web Application
-Maine E911 Addresses Feature
-Maine E911 Roads Feature
-Maine Elevation Contours 2 Feet Map
-Maine GeoLibrary Data Catalog Elevation Contours 2 Feet (names listed below refer to the corresponding USGS 100K grid tile unit):
-TCH
-TCJ
-TCK
-TCL
-TCM
-TDJ
-TDK
-TDL
-TDM
-TDN
-TEJ
-TEK
-TEL
-TEM
-TEN
-TFK
-TFL

Updated
-Endangered Threatened and Special Concern Wildlife
-Endangered Threatened and Special Concern Wildlife - Summarized
-Significant Vernal Pools
-Vernal Pool Centerpoints
-Inland Waterfowl and Wading Bird Habitat
-Wildlife Management Area (WMA) Access Points

Deprecated
-Maine Elevation Contours FGDB
-Maine Elevation Contours 2 Feet Layer
-Maine E911 Addresses
-Maine E911 Roads

Reminders
The following data layers were added in previous months and are available in the GeoLibrary Data Catalog:
-Maine Orthoimagery Regional 2020
-Maine Centralized COVID-19 Dashboard

The next scheduled maintenance Sunday is April 18, 2021.

Thank you for your support of the Maine GeoLibrary and its projects.

Sincerely,

Emily Pettit
GIS Coordinator
Maine Office of GIS
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https://www.maine.gov/megis/
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