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Introducing Nomminees for the PBCW GIS Board

We are pleased to announce that we have six (6) candidates for 3 open Forum Director positions (positions #4, 6 and 7).  The candidates, listed alphabetically are: Andres Castillo, City of West Palm Beach Gregory Gabriel, PBC Youth Services Department Richard Hernandez, PBC Property Appraiser’s Office Nathan Kerr, City of West Palm Beach Heather Kostura, South Continue Reading

February 2017 Meeting Reminder

Our first meeting is coming up, next week on Thursday, February 2, 2017, at the Palm Beach County Vista Center at 10:00 a.m.  There are few updates: We will be holding elections to add three (3) new Board members to the existing Board of Directors. So far we have received 6 nominations. We did a short interview of our Continue Reading

Holiday Lunch *** December 15th,  2016 ***

Holiday Lunch Reminder December 15, Thursday 2016 Just a reminder that the annual Palm Beach Countywide GIS Forum Holiday Lunch Meeting (Agenda) will be held:   Thursday, December 15th 11:30 a.m. City of West Palm Beach City Center, Flagler Room   Please, Register  so we can plan accordingly.  Those who register have first dibs in the lunch line. Continue Reading

LiDAR and Common Applications

August Meeting ReminderIt is our pleasure to bring you the presentation ”LiDAR and Common Applications” by   . The Palm Beach Countywide GIS Forum is your place to find out more about the Countywide LiDAR program deliverables and potential uses for your organization. Please join us on THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2016, at 10:00 am for our bi-monthly open meeting (agenda) to be Continue Reading

Are you ready for a storm?

  We began the Hurricane Season with the real reminder form Mother Nature: “Storm Colin”. Coincidentally our topic this time is   ”Are you ready for a storm?”.  The Palm Beach Countywide GIS Forum is the place to come to collaborate on hurricane preparations and hope that all this hard work does not get the real test. Hope to see Continue Reading