Department of Conservation HQ BuildingCommission Room9:00 am
Call to Order
Meeting called to order at 9:12 a.m.
Ryan Lanclos leading meeting until Jeff Falter arrives.
Welcome and Introduction of Members and Attendees
Tim Haithcoat (MSDIS)present (left early to attend HSAC)
Ryan Lanclos? (GIO)present (left early to attend HSAC)
Tom Stokes (Office of Information Technology)present
Debbie Briedwell (Dep’t of Health and Senior Services)present
Chair Jeff Falter? (State Emergency Management Agency)excused
Bobbie Sue Koelling (Dep’t of Elementary and Secondary Education)present
Melissa Lanclos (Dep’t of Economic Development)present
Terry Libbert (Dep’t of Social Services)present
Eric Maness (Missouri National Guard)absent
Jeff Schloss (Dep’t of Natural Resources)present
Tony Spicci (Dep’t of Conservation)present
Mike Sutherland (Rep. 99th District)absent
Arnold Williams (Dep’t of Transportation)present
Elizabeth Cook (USDA-NRCS)present
Secretary David Drum (MOREnet)present
Mike Duncan (St. Louis County Dep’t of Planning)absent
Ray Fox (USGS/MCMC)present
Michael Gawedzinski? (Whiteman AFB)present
Dawn Hilderbrand (City of Kansas City)present
Pam Kelrick (City of Kirksville, Adair Co.)present
Curtis Koons (Cass County)absent
Kevin Kuhlmann (Village of Innsbrook)excused
James LaScala (City of Liberty)excused
Steve Marsh (Jackson County)present (proxy for JimLaScala)
Gary Mook (EastWestGateway)excused
Greg Resz (City of Jefferson)present
Kim Swisher (Missouri Mappers Association)absent
Diane True (MoRAP)absent
Mark Duewell (MSDIS)
Helen Stewart (State Emergency Management Agency)
Beth Struempf (Dep’t of Revenue)
Leah Twombly (Camden County)
State GIO DiscussionRyan Lanclos
State GIS members met October 28 for a strategic planning session: mission statements, etc. Ryan has met with all state MGISAC members and some others local to the central MO area, discussed future directions of GIO and what they are currently working on, etc. Will begin meetings with local members when possible. Will form a State working group to focus on state issues like the ESRI contract without taking up MGISAC time. State working group will report back to MGISAC. Homeland Security Advisory Committee meeting at 10 a.m. today; Ryan and Tim H. will leave early for that. GIS appendix submitted for inclusion in the state Homeland Security plan but have not heard a response back. Geocoding came up frequently in visits; also in ITAB; enterprise solution for state proposed. Please write Ryan if you are using geocoding or are interested in using it in the future. ESRI licensing proposal letter written, approved regionally, off to corporate for approval. November 15 ESRI and IBM will host a GIS roundtable at the Capitol Plaza hotel; former Wyoming Gov. Geringer speaking.
Approval of the Minutes
October minutes available on the web site. Motion to approve from Steve M, second from Tony S, approved by vote.
Recreated MGISAC web site within aWiki. All previous content imported without bias. Have simplified site organization in the process. Recreated 171 pages plus 207 attached files. Any member may edit (almost) any portion of the site using the password previously provided in email. People with knowledge or ownership of older content are encouraged to update or remove it. Strongly encourage everyone to expand content. David cannot attend December meeting, Tony S volunteered to take minutes.
[Election of Vice-chair; see below]
Data DevelopmentRay Fox/Jeff Schloss
Meeting cancelled as Ray could not attend and Jeff did not receive conference call arrangements. Need own conference call setup. Tony S suggestedhttp://www.freeconferencecall.com which is free although you have to pay long distance charges. Jeff S: attended MORAP data needs meeting; ranked 23 data sets by priority. Timing of leaf-off imagery effort and the proposed Imagery for the Nation program. Possibility of adding LIDAR to leaf-off effort. Need a data steward for the National Hydrography Dataset. Meeting December 5 at the DNR Elm St. Conference center in Jefferson City.
Education & OutreachMark Duewell
No report this month – Mark formally accepted this chair position at this meeting – more to follow in upcomming months…
GIS Data Policy & LegislationTony Spicci
Just getting started. Looking for other interested people. Discussion. Both Jackson Co and Kansas City are preparing digital data availability on-line. Revenue discussion. Licensing discussion. Tony: hold a panel at MAGIC Symposium about this? Will follow up in email.
GIS Training and CertificationTom Stokes
GIT ArchitectureTim Haithcoat
Tony S: Tim sent out templates in email.
Homeland SecurityTim Haithcoat
No report (attending HSAC)
Local Government GroupSteve Marsh/Greg Resz
Steve M: good meeting last month. Tried to narrow focus to 5-6 goal areas. Will try to put tasks to 1-2 of them. Meeting after lunch. RFP out in KC for regional imagery. Seven of eight MARC councils, all Jackson Co cities, some fire and water districts are participating. Jackson Co and a couple KS counties are flying LIDAR. Cost for entire county is $70,000 providing all products including 2 foot contours. Price went up from $75/sq.mi. to $103/sq.mi. due to fuel costs. Adding another (contiguous) county would reduce costs by $10/sq.mi. Liz C: LIDAR was the number one need from the MORAP data needs meeting. Steve M: originally 2 foot contours for just unincorporated Jackson Co was going to cost $250,000.
Tony Spicci elected Vice-chair. Beth Struempf nominated from Dep’t of Revenue.
Strategic PlanningPam Kelrick
Meeting over lunch. Still missing some information from subcommittees. Need to come up with formal strategy for funding issues. Making useful progress.
2004 NAIPDVDsgiven to Nathan Mattox yesterday. 2005 NAIP on the way. Forty counties’ Common Land Unit provided, will work on getting others.
2006 National Spatial Data Infrastructure Cooperative Agreements Program
CAP Funding Categories
1. Metadata Trainer and Outreach Assistance
Lead – Sharon Shin
Up to $25,000 project award, 5 Projects
2. Framework Data Service Client Development
Lead – Doug Nebert
Up to $75,000 project award, 3 Projects
3. Strategic and Business Plan Development in Support of the NSDI Future Directions Fifty-States Initiative
Lead – Milo Robinson
Up to $50,000 project award, 10 Projects
4. Canadian-US Spatial Data Infrastructure Project
Lead – Milo Robinson
Up to $75,000 project award, 1 award.
(Also up to $100,000 CDN to Canadian Lead awarded byGeoConnections, Canada)
5. Geographic Information Integration and Analysis (GIIA)
Lead – Leslie Wollack
Up to $50,000 project award, 100% in-kind match, 5 awards
Total CAP approximately $1,150,000
2006 CAP Schedule
1. October 28 – Draft text assembled and reviewed
2. November 1 – CAP text to Grant Office
3. December 1 – CAP announcement available on-line at Grants.gov
4. CAP submission period closes February 1 (60-days) and proposals begin review
5. March 1 – CAP selections announced
Tony S will forward email (highlights above). Meramec RPC put out petition to keep USGS in Rolla. Discussion of impact on move to Denver. Discussion about money.
ITABJeff Falter/Ryan Lanclos
No report. Jeff S asked if geocoding survey went out. No.
MACOG Doug Hermes
Next meeting 11/17 in KC, bus going. Only a couple months away from Symposium. Agenda just about full. Should MGISAC be a sponsor of the MAGIC Symposium? Description of sponsor options. MGISAC has been a platinum (or equivalent) sponsor in the past. Motion from Steve M to sponsor MAGIC Symposium at the Platinum level. Second by Michael G. Liz C requested one of the free registrations as she is a speaker but USDA is not paying for conferences. Pam K suggests putting names in a hat for free registrations, or some other method of picking who gets the two free regs. Steve M accepts friendly amendment. Discussion. Jeff S suggests discussing this next time when people know a little more. Discussion. Friendly amendment withdrawn. No more discussion. Motion passes by vote. Mark D tasked to proceed with Platinum sponsorship.
Missouri is a RAMONA test site. Goal is for all test sites to have RAMONA data in by December 1. Geospatial One Stop version 2 supposed to launch very soon. Imagery for the Nation continues to move forward. NAIP has funding for 2006. Tony to stump for Imagery for the Nation at next NAIP meeting. Concerns about existing programs going away because of Imagery for the Nationnot the intent. E911 legislation passed, appropriation bill hopefully coming soon. Discussion. Tony S: how many are interested in seeing the state surveys?
Dan Ross spoke with Jeff F and Ryan L and Tom S about GIO roles. Consensus is that having both Ryan L and Tom S as MGISAC members is a duplication of effort. Tom S will be submitting his resignation from MGISAC.
Election of Vice-Chair
Moved up due to people having to leave early. Quorum established. Arnold W withdrew nomination. Call for nominations from the floor repeated thrice. No nominations from the floor. Motion to close nominations approved by vote. Motion to affirm Tony S as Vice-chair approved by vote. [Went quickly so some details not recorded.]
Missouri GIS ConferenceCOMMENTS FOR THE NEXT CONFERENCE
Conference Chair/Arrangements: Ryan Lanclos & Tony Spicci
MSDIS ActivitesMark Duewell
Increasing disk space due to lots of data coming in. Added 250GB disk for non-SDE data. 2004 CAP and FEMA Flood Mod data coming in: Montgomery Co 911, Meramec RPC Illegal Dump Sites, MARC Natural Resources Inventory.EastWestGateway also offering significant amounts of data – details to be worked out with Gary M. MSDIS is advertising a Grad Student position to assist Martin with web apps. Wenbo Song will address SDE requirements. Discussion of one more position is ongoing. Many new additions to MSDIS web site – especially in the area of local government. MSDIS has made it easier for Local governments to submit data for USGS National Map CAP and FEMA Flood Mod . GTC Mobile classroom available, bring GIS training onsite – price quite reasonable.
State of Missouri ESRI ContractSonny Sanders/Tom Stokes/Ryan Lanclos
Tony S question: when will this be in place? Sonny S: tricky question. Could happen really quickly. Existing contract ends February 28. Tony: my maintenance contract ends February 8. Discussion.
Round Table Discussionall
Tony S: have reserved and confirmed Credit Union conference room for all 2006 meetings (though we could still be booted). Conservation moving to enterprise implementation.
David D: Go Forth and Wiki.
Arnold W: nudging roads to match NAIP imagery. Moving to 9.1 next month. Discussion of centerline work.
Dawn H: hoping to finish enterprise implementation by February.
Sonny S: next Monday night dinner activity at Madison’s at 6:30 p.m.
Pam K: see me about lunchtime Strategic Planning meeting
Announcement of next meeting
December 8, 2005 at Conservation Credit Union
Adjourned at 11:46 a.m.