Missouri GIS Advisory Committee Minutes – February 10, 2005
Call to Order
Meeting called to order at 9:12 a.m.
Welcome and Introduction of Members and Attendees
Gary Beahan (Dep’t of Economic Development)absent
Debbie Briedwell (Dep’t of Health and Senior Services)excused
Chair Jeff Falter (State Emergency Management Agency)present
Vice-chair Jeff Haney (Dep’t of Revenue)present
Bobbie Sue Koelling (Dep’t of Elementary and Secondary Education)present
Ryan Lanclos (Dep’t of Agriculture)present (proxy for Tony Spicci)
Eric Maness (Missouri National Guard)present
WallaceMcMullen(Dep’t of Mental Health)present
Jeff Schloss (Dep’t of Natural Resources)present
Tony Spicci (Dep’t of Conservation)excused
Mike Sutherland (Rep. 99th District)absent
Arnold Williams (Dep’t of Transportation)excused
Elizabeth Cook (USDA-NRCS)present
Secretary David Drum (MOREnet)present
Mike Duncan (St. Louis County Dep’t of Planning)excused
Ray Fox (USGS/MCMC)present
Dawn Hilderbrand (City of Kansas City)excused
Pam Kelrick (City of Kirksville, Adair Co.)present
Curtis Koons (Cass County)absent
Kevin Kuhlmann (Village of Innsbrook)present
JamesLaScala(City of Liberty)present
Steve Marsh (Jackson County)present
Gary Mook (EastWestGateway)excused
Greg Resz (City of Jefferson)present
Kim Swisher (Missouri Mappers Association)absent
Diane True (MoRAP)present
Tim Bohn (Surdex)
Randy Burkham (Surdex)
Mark Duewell (MSDIS) (proxy for Jeff Falter)
Jason Ebersole (Dep’t of Transportation) (proxy for Arnold Williams)
Nathan Mattox (MU Dept’ of Geography / Geospatial Extension)
Craig Molander (Surdex)
Sonny Sanders (ESRI)
Helen Stewart (State Emergency Management Agency)
Approval of the Minutes
Janaury minutes on the web site. Minutes were approved by motion (Jim Lascala), second (WallaceMcMullen), and vote.
Minor updates to the web site. Please contribute comments and projects to project list. Tom Stokes suggested tracking Tools and Platforms. Discussion.
Data DevelopmentRay Fox/Jeff Schloss
Biannual meeting at conference. Will discuss leaf-off orthoimagery for the state.
Education and OutreachRyan Lanclos
GIS Data PolicyTim Haithcoat
House Bills 349 and 415 extended discussion.
GIS Training & CertificationTom Stokes
GIT ArchitectureTim Haithcoat
GPS documents through the whole process; recommendation for GPS receivers for different grades. Also have address data element standards, one check related to Help America Vote Act. OA buying an enterprise license for disk cleaning:KillDiskorWipeDiskPro, happening in next two weeks. Application domain and Information domain are trying to determine where parsing tools live.
Homeland SecurityDebbie Briedwell
Mark Duewell: discussed data layers at last meeting; struggled to prioritize layers.
Local GovernmentSteve Marsh
Had a pretty good discussion of local government issues 15 minutes ago (referring to HB 349 and 415 discussion).
Strategic PlanningPam Kelrick
Question about report due in June.
Should see an RFP soon for NAIP ’05; 2m recon planned. Issues of deliverables and sharability (again). Working on an attributeless statewide Common Land Unit layer.
Mark D and Ray met with MACOG, MOU signed as part of grant, any RPC that wishes to take part in training. NGPO article in Geospatial Solutions magazine. Lot of NSGIC participation. National Map themes/skins/customized views planned, Indiana preparing. Will extend viewable layers as available. Tim H: work afoot to have USGS tech center in Rolla, also NGA/USGS in Rolla.
GIS Merit System PositionsJeff Schloss
ITABJeff Falter/Tony Spicci
Meeting with Dan Ross (CIO), briefed on GIS. Tim H: walked through committee, MSDIS activities, statewide GIS coordinator, national issues and state participation. Dan supportive of GIS coordinator. Jeff F: IT consolidation at state, all IT positions and dollars under Dan. Extended to GIT positions. Discussion.
Meeting February 24
Clayton giving land use/land cover talk Tuesday at 3:45.
State Architect resigned for position at Boone Hospital.
Missouri GIS Conference
Conference Chair/Arrangements: Ryan Lanclos & Tony Spicci
167 early registrations, 1 student, 235 total (vendors, etc.). Will make room block.
Program: Steve Marsh & Jeff Schloss & Ray Fox
It’s done, emails out to all speakers a few days ago, only one drop (out of country).
Workshop: Mark Duewell & David Drum & Jeff Haney
Attendance OK, some sessions about 50-60% capacity, some less so. Tim H: remote sensing workshop attendance not meeting spirit of grant, would like to cancel and reschedule to a later date. Request from Jeff F for a motion to cancel Remote Sensing workshop, motion from Steve Marsh, second from Jeff F, approved by vote.
Exhibits: Jim LaScala & David Drum
21 vendors in 22 booths, 5 not-for-profit, 27 booths, one left. Possibility of MMA reciprocal booth arrangement. One vendor with Tool Time not yet signed up, maybe one other vendor; booth will go to first comer.
Posters: Liz Cook & Helen Stewart
22 submissions, wide variety of topics. Four student posters.
Awards: Mark Duewell & Jeff Falter
Ordered, came in under budget but not by much.
Publicity: Tim Haithcoat & MSDIS
Done after final edit of program.
Social: Bobbie Sue Koelling & Ryan Lanclos
Maybe western theme at vendor reception, still working on activities.
Busy month, community mapping meeting with 4-H, CARES, discussion about stewardless data layers, like idea of project. CAP rollout, very interested in training. MACOG pushing very hard on regional transportation planning.ArcSDEon schedule, National Map, NAIP by end of February. Indexing, search next. GTC picking up HAZUS soon, 2, maybe 3 sessions, plus summer. Heartland HUG membership required to attend. University proposal for Community Mapping Center. Flood analysis proposal with CARES. Question from Jeff Schloss about why MODOT data updates are not on MSDIS or at least announced on MSDIS list. Discussion.
Craig Molander: Rescanned 1-meterNAIP04imagery available, brochure. Comments about color infrared versus color.
Jason Ebersole: MODOT updateCDsand on FTP site. Includes coverage data model that shows internal linkages between arcs, nodes, lines, etc. Look at PDF.
Jeff Schloss: looking at wetlands in urban areas, looking for free city parcel linework.
JimLaScala: can Platte Co. put NAIP imagery on their web site? Answer: yes.
Steve Marsh: one position in GIS Specialist open, 3 coming. Must be Jackson County resident.
Announcement of Next Meeting
March 10, 2005 at the MDC Employee Credit Union
Adjourned at 11:48 a.m.