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  • – LIS 2.0 – WLIA in the Next Decade A perspective on WLIA’s inception, accomplishments and future opportunities
  • CONFERENCE THEME:
    • Embracing the Wisconsin Idea,
    • Integrating our efforts, Extending our reach
    • Building on the founders significant accomplishments and how we can re-invest in our vision
  • OUR VISION
    • Implementation of integrated land information systems for the benefit of Wisconsin citizens WHO WE ARE: WLIA is a grass roots organization of concerned professionals working to develop, maintain, and apply a network of statewide land information systems
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  • OUR PRINCIPLES:
    • Advocating for advancing statewide land information systems
    • Providing a forum that enhances resource sharing
    • Incorporating foundational elements that advance statewide integration
    • A network that effectively builds and sustains a statewide system by fostering equitable access to available resources
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  • BUILDING THE WISCONSIN LAND INFORMATION PROGRAM
  • The Larsen Study
  • The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies Contribution
  • The Anthony Earl Contribution
  • The Tommy Thompson Contribution
  • The WLIP (c. 1987)
  • STATUS AND BENEFITS OF THE WLIP
  • Status of Data Production by County
  • % Total Counties Completion Status of Select GIS Datasets
  • Percent of Total Parcels Complete Statewide in a Digital Format
  • Benefits: Measuring Benefits
    • Conservation Planning:
    • 400% increase in efficiency for development of farm conservation plans; 63% increase in the effectiveness of conservation plans
    • Floodplain Mapping
    • lower flood insurance costs; higher home values; more accurate determination of who is in and who is out of floodplain
    • Modernizing Dane County’s Register of Deeds: Saving Property Owners $6 Million
    • Current & Future: Ht Modernization; Emergency Management; Energy; Public Health; Economic Development
    • “ We need to be ready … to recognize and support these opportunities”
  • CONFLUENCE OF SOCIETAL NEEDS, TECHNOLOGY AND PROFESSIONS
  • Technological trends are difficult to predict
    • Cost of Computer hardware continues to plummet (Apple ipad for $500. vs an Orion in 1980 for $30,000)
    • Positioning with GPS
    • Automation of data conversion
  • Diffusion of Innovations: The Wisconsin Experience
    • Push of Technology and the Pull of Society
  • Impacts: Moved Interstate 57 out of the Kettle Moraine
    • $60 million decision
  • Scenic Protection of the Lower Wisconsin Riverway
  • Soil Erosion Control Plans
  • Comprehensive Planning in the Towns of Verona and Clover
  • Comprehensive Planning in Waupaca County
  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
    • Acknowledging the impacts of recent changes in administrative rules impacting WLIP ---
    • Flat fee for land records (S.B. 507)
  • Questions as We Move Forward
    • How do we implement the vision we promised to be in place by 2015?
    • How can we expedite the modernization of the foundational elements statewide?
    • How do we develop a long-term productive working relationship between the WLIA, LION and WIGICC?
    • How do we re-engage with our past partners such as the realtors , ROD's, property listers, surveying community, etc.?
    • How do we extend our reach and engage with new multi-jurisdictional players such as Economic Development, Energy, Public Health, etc. ?
    • How do we obtain legislative authority to pursue the above actions?