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    Announcements from the Land Information Office

    New MCAMLIS Project Manger

    May 21, 2015: We are pleased to announce that Kevin Bruhn has been named the new LIO-GIS Manager of Milwaukee County. Kevin joined the County 15 years ago and has 20 years' experience in the GIS Field. Kevin brings a wealth of experience to this role and we are excited about his new position in the County. Kevin will replace Bill Shaw who retired in early May. We congratulate Bill Shaw on his retirement and thank him for all the great work and dedication he has given to Milwaukee County over the last eight years.


    2015 Aerial Photography Update

    May 21, 2015: Aerial Photography flights are completed as of April 16, 2015. The new 3 inch ortho (an upgrade from the previous 4 inch) and oblique photos will provide excellent clarity across the entire county and increase the utility of this data for users.


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    Milwaukee Metro GIS User Group (MMGUG) 13 Recap

    April 27, 2015: The thirteenth meeting of MMGUG was held at Natural Resources Technology (NRT) on April 21, 2015. Turnout was great, with about 50 attendees from 18 organizations! There were excellent presentations and lively networking. Thank you to NRT for the fantastic venue.


    Interactive Mapping Notice: Google has Ended Support for Silverlight Plug-In for Chrome Browser

    April 20, 2015: At release 42 of Google Chrome, the Silverlight plug-in is automatically disabled. In September of 2015, Google’s Chrome browser will no longer support plug-ins, including Microsoft Silverlight. The Milwaukee County Interactive Mapping website will continue to work and there are two possible solutions to this problem...


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