Department of ConservationCredit Union Building9:00 a.m.
Call to Order
Meeting called to order at 9:03 a.m.
Welcome and Introductions
Elizabeth CookChairpresent (proxy for Leslie Chamberlin)
Steve Marshpresent (proxy for Tony Spicci)
Stan Balsman, Southeast MO RPC
Joe Clayton, MSPS
Tim Donze, Surdex
Joe Eckmann, ESRI
Matt Gerike, City of Columbia (proxy for Shannon White)
Frank Hutto, Redistricting Office
Melissa Johnson, Cole Co
Kenny Legleiter, Wilson & Co.
Kirk Webb, Redistricting Office (proxy for Matt Hesser)
Approval of Minutes
September 9 minutesavailable on the web site.Motion from Tracy Schloss to approve minutes. Seconded by Colin Duewell. Approved by vote.
Missouri GIO ReportTim Haithcoat
Tim not present; no report.
MSDIS ReportMark Duewell
MSDIS Quarterly report available. Still planning Geoportal and Imagery Server. Have been working extensively with ESRI, MU Dep’t of IT, and other state clearinghouses.
Treasurer’s ReportTony Spicci
|Report: 1-Detail Income Statement Based on Fund & Deptid.Date: 10-08-2010|
|Results forTree:BCM_ACCOUNT_L1BU:COLUMFY:2011Mo:Oct.Funds: AllDeptid: C1642022-MGISAC(Fiscal Year to Date)|
|721700||Business mtg exp-food catering||$0.00||$235.48|
|738100||Employees dues to prof assoc||$0.00||$2,000.00|
|720001-Department operating expense||$0.00||$2,325.03|
|TOTAL OTHER EXPENDITURES||$0.00||$2,325.03|
|TOTAL DIRECT COSTS||$0.00||$2,325.03|
|EXCESS OF REVENUES OVER EXPENDITURES||$0.00||-$2,325.03|
No bylaws submitted for acceptance. Bylaws revisions to allow private company membership still pending.
Mark D: subcommittee approved Melissa Johnson, representing Cole County, for membership.Motion from Steve M to approve Melissa Johnson, representing Cole County, for membership. Seconded by Jeff S. Approved by vote.Jeff S. requested that the Membership Subcommittee consider his nomination of the Missouri Society of Professional Surveyors represented by Joe Clayton for membership. Liz C will remind Tony S to put membership subcommittee information on the web site.
Project Updates/Action Items
Report on MSDIS ReviewMark Duewell
New servers, storage, and software licenses identified and pending purchase. More detailed report planned for November.
Update on State/Local Government Data Sharing and Sunshine Law IssuesLiz Cook
Unsure of the status of this topic. Prior expectation was that this issue was going to be resolved in the near future. Tracy S: agreement with SEMA regarding data sharing will probably not happen. Andy W commented about the distinction in the Sunshine Law between officials and staff. Steve M commented about custodians of record. Matt G and Andy W noted how city-level issues differed from other entities. Liz C summarized her understanding of what we are trying to accomplish, i.e. that shared data from entity A cannot be released by entity B even if entity B receives a Sunshine Law request.
Aerial Photography State Contract ReviewLiz Cook
We have a draft proposal to put out an RFP to fly leaf-off imagery. Feedback sought outside the Data Development subcommittee.
MGISAC Web Site UpdateDavid Drum
Reports from web site logs were generated and made available last month. New MGISAC and MMGUG sites exist, but are empty. Drum has obtained a “room” in Adobe Connect from which to conduct on-line training, whether over the existing wiki software or alternatives. Discussion about wiki vs. something else, secretary vs. webmaster roles, and the possibility of paying someone to keep the site up to date. Committee members invited to provide feedback of any topic regarding the web site. Drum will schedule an on-line session to review the existing site and alternatives, and (along with Marsh) look into the possibility of hiring someone to take care of the site.
Missouri GIS Conference 2011 Sessions/Topics Roundtable DiscussionSteve Marsh
The conference is in four months.
Steve M: The most important item right now is for workshops to be set so that they can be publicized. Discussion about workshops. David D: Expect a call, especially if you have taught in the past.
Only have one additional exhibitor at this point, so a reminder email will be going out to past exhibitors. Mark D suggested that Universities with geospatial programs consider exhibiting.
Planning flyer for call for posters. Jeff S would like to coordinate program and posters call for submissions.
Need to get with Jamie regarding menus.
Suggested using same awards company as was used by MAGIC. Informally approved.
An Ignite Session is a series of very short, timed-slide presentations. Jeff is concerned that this would sap the regular session schedule. Discussion about obligating and/or asking session presenters to also participate in the Ignite session. Discussion about what Ignite sessions really are and how they differ from regular, technical sessions. Decision postponed until the schedule is better known.
Several names being forwarded, would like to find more Missouri people to contact.
Around-the-room suggestions. Please email ideas to Jeff Schloss.
ESRI Technical Sessions,LiDARand NHD, DNR, MSDIS, Census, lots of other possibilities mentioned.
Data DevelopmentRay Fox
Jeff S: minutes of prior subcommittee meeting will be posted on the Data Development web page. October meeting was cancelled.
Funding & GrantsMark Duewell
The 2010 FGDC CAP grant has been released. USGS has had another reorganization; this one rather significant. Ray Fox may be harder to reach for a while.
Homeland Security/Emergency ManagementDebbie Briedwell
First draft of map books for nine counties in the bootheel. Once draft is approved, entire state will begin.GeoPDFsandMXDswill be available. RFP for state homeland security regions data inventory and assessment, and QA/QC pending.
Local Government GroupMark Allen
Outreach & EducationMark Duewell
West central geospatial regional workshop on November 10. Thanks go out to Mark Allen, Leslie Chamberlin, and Jason Warzinik. Workshop agenda will be done tomorrow; registration may be open as early as tomorrow. Tri-Lakes area will probably host the next regional workshop. Request for up to $50 for money toward breaks.Motion from Steve Marsh, seconded by Tracy Schloss, to provide up to $50 toward breaks. Approved by vote.
Policy & LegislationJoe Clayton
Nothing happening; 19 days till the next election. Will have at least 60 new legislators.
Strategic PlanningShannon White/Jeff Schloss
Missouri GIS ConferenceTony Spicci, Steve Marsh
GIT Architecture (MAEA)Tim Haithcoat
MAGIC ConsortiumTony Spicci
Consortium retreat the first weekend in November.
Cooperating Agency/Organization Reports
Missouri Association of Councils of Government
Missouri Resource Assessment PartnershipDiane True
Won a Governor’s award for [x]. DNR and Civil Air Patrol also involved in that award.
Missouri Mappers AssociationMelissa Johnson
Mark D: another big discussion on whether they wanted to change their conference location. Will probably continue to be at Port Arrowhead. They are also dealing with web site issues.
Missouri Society of Professional SurveyorsJoe Clayton
Annual conference was last week.
Round Table Discussionall
Mark D:LiDARcooperative effort with Washington University moving forward. Very pressed for time. An enormous amount of metadata to process; moving forward getting into Geospatial One Stop.
Kirk W: mock redistricting held on September 28. Overall, went well.
Tracy S: flu shot site will be up soon.
Debbie B: nationwide earthquake exercise coming up next spring. Providing a lot of data layers. GIS has been received very well at the national level.
Melissa J: playing around with the new version of the Flex viewer.
Shannon W via Matt G: broadband summit is October 26-7. Broadband map moving forward.
Tim D: Missouri NAIP has been produced and delivered to the APFO.
Andy W: USGS and Maryland Heights have begun receiving imagery for QA/QC. Already talking about the next round of imagery in 2012. People would really like to seeLiDARon the state contract.
Kenny L: info aboutLiDARproject.
Steve M: more on earthquake exercise. There have been a lot of small earthquakes in the New Madrid area of late.
Liz C: have a lot of wetlands surveys to review.
Joe E: have a great turnout for theArcGIS10 sessions in Missouri.
Announcement of next meeting
November 18@ USDA Training Room, Parkade Center Suite 232, 601 Business Loop 70 West, Columbia, MO
Adjourned at 11:43 a.m.