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Geographic information systems -- Oregon -- Applications to land use planning, Urban land use -- Oregon, Regional planning -- Oregon, City planning -- Oregon

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8 pages


The purpose of this report is to disseminate the findings and recommendations from the deliberations of the Oregon Land Records Committee (OLRC) of the State Map Advisory Council (SMAC). The OLRC consists of state and local government officials and professionals, and representation from utilities and private sector firms involved in the maintenance and use of land records and geographic information systems (GIS) for the analysis of data about land. These individuals have given freely of their time and experience in furtherance of the mission and goals of the OLRC.

This report is directed to professionals and public officials in local government who are concerned with modernizing land records by employing the new technology of GIS. This report identifies promising strategies and lays the foundation for a possible state interest, role and program.

The mission of the OLRC has to do with fostering land records modernization in Oregon by promoting the wise procurement and implementation of geographic information systems concepts and technology.


1988 Annual Report; by Oregon Land Records Committee of the State Map Advisory Council.

Catalog Number SR014. A product of the Center for Urban Studies, Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University.

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