If you have not filled out the contact form, please do so as soon as possible - http://www.nsps.us.com/?page=DayontheHillCon – If you are making your own appointment that day, we still need this information.
The Day on the Hill is confirmed for April 11. In preparation of the NSPS Day on the Hill, John M. Palatiello & Associate, Inc., will be holding training webinars on the three issues (Infrastructure, Geospatial Data Act, and Private Sector Utilization) to be taken to the Hill by NSPS members with two sessions scheduled for 1:30pm EST on both March 26 and March 29. Details will be provided soon.
The pre-planning meeting is tentatively schedule to be held at the Hyatt Centric in Arlington, VA on Tuesday, April 10 at 5:00 pm. As soon as we find out the name of the meeting room we will send that out.
Just a reminder for those of you who have not yet made a hotel reservation please use the website below.
National Surveyors Week - March 18-24, 2018
Global Surveyors Day - March 21, 2018
This year the NSPS has created a volunteer kit available here:
The NSPS has created a webpage for the National Surveyors Week here:
Here is a small snippet from Frank Lenik PLS
"We’ve all heard about National Surveyors Week – the weeklong celebration of the surveying profession that takes place annually in March. But who’s actually celebrating, and how? What is the best way to use this event to the advantage of our profession?
Consider the main three goals of the program;
1. Public awareness of our profession through education;
2. Public awareness of our profession through the media;
3. Public awareness of our profession through public service"
Frank's essay National Surveyors Week and what's it all about
Our WSLS President, Bob Beilfuss, is featured below obtaining a proclamation for National Surveyor's Week from the Village of Germantown.
2018 Village of Germantown Proclamation
The WSLS 69th Annual Institute has come and gone. The preliminary numbers indicate approximately 1,100 of our fellow surveyors came to the Dells to get educated, meet up with old friends and create new relationships.
We took a step forward this year with electronic voting which was a success.
Our thanks goes out to our Institute Planning Committee along with Kari Schultz and her Staff from UW-Stevens Point for creating another memorable event.
posted 25 Nov 2017
The Marathon County Surveying staff and Marathon County Parks and Highway Departments are renovating the 45°N-90°W monumnet and surrounding park near Poniatowski, WI. The website banner above shows a few for a few images of the work. Christopher L. Fieri, Marathon County Surveyor, has contributed an article on the project that can be read here.