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  • Jack has to speak about Postal Data
  • Say how we get them corrected now
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    • 1. 1. Side of road2. Near road on parcel3. Parcel or parcel centroid4. Near road on driveway oraccess5. Centroid of structure6. Front door or entry way
    • 2. Our Point Addressing
    • 3. Point PlacementFront door or primary entrance to the structure
    • 4. The Old Way had some problems!
    • 5. How we started• Geodatabases based on 18 zip codes• Also divided by Residential andCommercial
    • 6. Data Collection Original Assignment Data Assessment Records Zoning Building Permits 911 Telephone Records Municipalities Postal
    • 7. • 9 People started• Alan & Steve Pierce took over & did lions share• Massive data compilation
    • 8. • Initial points - loaded into The Addresser
    • 9. • Arcmap not enough• BCS ~ The Addresser ~ Scott Davis, of Rock HillGIS fame / former SCARC President used hislocal addressing experience Also used with our municipalities to update -
    • 10. • Desktop – ArcMap version• Web based versions• Live editing of address points• Multiple layers available
    • 11. Apartment OfficeBuilding RoomBasement SideDepartment SlipFloor SpaceFront SuiteHanger StopLobby TrailerLot UnitLower UpperUnit TypeArchived Maps Other DataBuilding PermitDataProperty ParcelDataCall In Telephone DataDept Initiated Subdivision DataE911 Data UnknownField Verified Walk InMunicipality WebsiteSource
    • 12. AccessoryBuildingMobile HomeParkApartment Multiple UseBusiness PublicCommercialCenterResidentialCondo SchoolChurch TownhomeDuplex University/CollegeGovernment UtilityMobile Home CemeteryDwelling TypeExistingPreliminaryInactiveField CheckStatusPoint Classification
    • 13. Number UnknownCommon Point Errors
    • 14. Road Names DiscrepancyRail Fence vs RailfenceCommon Point Errors Pebble Branch vs Pebblebranch Endicott St vs Endicot St Dowd Rd vs Dowd Dr Isiah Hall vs Isaiah Hallman Appaloosa Dr vs Appalossa Trl Lloydswood Dr vs Lloydwood Drvs Lloydwoods Dr vs Lloyd Woods Dr Point vs Pointe
    • 15. What makes a Road Name“Official”?
    • 16.  Address is out of Street RangeCommon Point Errors
    • 17.  Zip Codes DisagreeCommon Point Errors
    • 18.  Odd and Even Numbers on wrong sideCommon Point Errors
    • 19.  Developers re-subdividing lots in a subdivisionCommon Point Errors
    • 20.  Other Data Interference …i.e. Parcels are wrong so addresses are wrongCommon Point Errors
    • 21. Address Point CompletelyMissingMHP lot numbersApartment unitsCommercial centersCommon Point Errors
    • 22. Common Road ErrorsCenterline is not on the road
    • 23. Road MovedCommon Road Errors
    • 24. How to look for what is not there?• Pattern with grid
    • 25. • Every layer• Roads, Parcels, Hydro, Ortho, POL ready• Roads named• Parcels selected for use
    • 26. • Get address right• Alert lead Appraiser• Database with TMS• Stay ahead of Alan• Add appropriate notes
    • 27. • 45 % of county - 850• Same urban / rural• 2013 Pictometry coming
    • 28. • Look for “missing”• Search for layer sets–Churches, Businesses, etc.• Sweep ~ different direction• Usual queries–9-1-1–EMS–School routing• Public