Dear Geospatial User,
2019 Maine Orthoimagery Program
Good afternoon, I have news to share with you on the 2019 Maine Orthoimagery program! Please see the attached Google Earth screenshot for a status on the 2019 Program. Note that the color of the flight line indicates the following:
These communities were flown for 4-band orthoimagery this past May under ideal leaf-off, minimal snow conditions:
*Due to weather and ground conditions, we were not able to capture suitable imagery for Bridgton, Naples, China, or Cushing, but they are all scheduled for next Spring 2020.
** A few areas for the 18” county acquisitions may need to be re-flown due to clouds, cloud shadow and other (even though the entire line is shown in red indicating a re-flight, it really is just specific areas). These are minimal issues and will be addressed during the Quality Control process. If needed, impacted tiles will be re-flown during the Spring 2020 acquisitions and updated tiles will be delivered.
New Maine GeoLibrary Executive Director
I am pleased to let you know that I have been hired as the new Executive Director for the Maine GeoLibrary. This is a part-time, contract position through my current employer Cornerstone. I am excited to step into this role and honored to represent the Board. I have another email address where you can reach me for Maine GeoLibrary concerns, which is listed below. I monitor both email addresses, so feel free to contact me using either account. Cell phone is the same.
Maine Library of Geographic Information
Cell: (207) 266-7087
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I look forward to serving you in this new capacity.
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