NJ Geodetic Survey Data May 2017

NJDOT Geodetic Survey released an arcgis data base listing of all NJ and NGS monumentation which can be accessed utilizing the link below. Courtesy of Ron Kuzma PLS.

http://njdot.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=6a77eac193f540b68e9877783d73d6bc

Legend
New Jersey State Geodetic Control Monuments RED NGVD29 NAD83
National Geodetic Survey’s Integrated Database Purple NGS Control

Layer List
New Jersey State Geodetic Control Monuments RED NGVD29 NAD83
National Geodetic Survey’s Integrated Database Purple NGS Control

NJ GeoWeb Site / NJGIN and the Land Surveyor

The Surveyors Association of West Jersey will be having its monthly meeting on Thursday May 11th at:
Carlucci’s Waterfront
876 Centerton Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
6:30PM Cocktails
7:00PM Dinner/Meeting
$35 (no reservation needed)

Our guest speaker for this event will be Kevin Zelinsky  who will discuss NJ GeoWeb Site /NJGIN and the Land Surveyor.

All are welcome

Surveying next to PSE&G Property by Michael Popoloski, PLS

The Surveyors Association of West Jersey will be having its monthly meeting on Thursday April 13th at:
Carlucci’s Waterfront
876 Centerton Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
6:30PM Cocktails
7:00PM Dinner/Meeting
$35 (no reservation needed)

Our guest speaker for this event will be Michael Popoloski, PLS who will discuss surveying next to PSE&G, record access procedures, entry notification and safety.

All are welcome

Surveying Next to PSE&G Property – Thursday April 13th

To All,

The Surveyors Association of West Jersey will have its monthly meeting this Thursday April 13th. Our guest speaker for this event will be Michael Popoloski, PLS of PSE&G. Mr. Popoloski  will be discussing “Surveying next to PSE&G property, PSE&G record access procedures and safety.

It is sure to be an informative and interesting discussion so come with your questions such as Easement vs ROW ; location of monuments, how easement widths are determined, where is the info held or filed, contact numbers, trespass issues, safety issues, is a permit required, etc.

Can’t make this meeting. Send us your questions and we’ll try to get the answers you need.

All are welcome.

Carlucci’s Waterfront
876 Centerton Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
6:30PM Cocktails
7:00PM Dinner/Meeting
$35

SURVEYORS’ ASSOCIATION OF WEST JERSEY MINUTES OF MEETING March 9, 2017

SURVEYORS’ ASSOCIATION OF WEST JERSEY March 9, 2017

MINUTES OF MEETING

Carlucci’s Waterfront

876 Centerton Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

President Steve Mervine called the meeting to order at 6:58 pm.  Mr. Mervine asked the membership present to go around the room and make introductions.

BUSINESS MEETING

 MINUTES

There were no minutes from the February meeting since the February meeting was cancelled due to inclement weather.  A motion was made to approve the January meeting minutes as drafted and presented to the membership via the SAWJ website.  The motion was seconded and passed by voice vote.

TREASURER REPORT

Treasurer, Richard Sapio presented the following financial report, dated March 9, 2017.

Checking       $XXXXXXX

Savings          $XXXXXXX

Duck              $XXXXXXX

Scholarship   $XXXXXXX

TOTAL         $XXXXXXX

 DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Director Charles Adamson was unable to attend, but did email his report to Mr. Mervine:

–NJSPLS meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 14 at the Clarion in Toms River.  See NJSPS website for details

–Checks for dues will be distributed to the chapters for the dues.

–Nominations for yearly NJSPLS awards are ongoing.  Chapters or individuals may make nominations for the awards

OLD BUSINESS

At the January meeting, the membership discussed ways to boost attendance at the monthly meetings.  Discussions on these ideas are ongoing.

NEW BUSINESS

–Revised Elevation Certificates has been made available to download on the SAWJ website.

–NJSPLS early records project is being performed with help from NJSPLS and other chapters.  This program is for the scanning and preserving of early land records from the West Jersey Proprietors and other early accounts.  NJSPLS President-Elect Ambrose Gmeiner was in attendance and informed the membership of the status of the project.  An advisory board will meet every quarter.  Mr. Gmeiner has offered to pass along any comments made by the membership of SAWJ.

–SAWJ member John Gauntt has passed away.  SAWJ would like to dedicate a “final marker” in his honor.  The final marker is a steel monument cap that is available to purchase as a memorial to surveyors and can be positioned and logged using GPS.  The family of Mr. Gauntt and SAWJ will discuss the possibility of this endeavor.

 –Bruce Blair discussed the upcoming Surveyors Week.  The Rolling Hills Chapter of NJSPLS will be identifying and occupying points with GPS in an effort to strengthen the geoid.  He encouraged SAWJ members to do the same.  Surveyor’s week is March 19 through the 25.

–Laramie Potts of NJIT is willing to give a presentation to SAWJ regarding geodesy as long as SAWJ is willing to aid the NJIT surveying students in the annual student competition.  The membership discussed the possibility of lending financial support.

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

SAWJ April meeting will be held on Thursday, April 13th at 7pm.

CLOSING

 At 7:29 pm it was moved to adjourn the business meeting; seconded, and approved by voice-vote.  The meeting was turned over to tonight’s speaker, Dr. Ricardo Passini of BAE.

SPEAKER

Dr. Passini, of BAE, presented on Oblique Photogrammetry and its impact on the surveying industry.

Dr. Passini discussed the challenges and advantages of photogrammetry and the control regulations that photogrammetrists follow.  The discussion also covered the history of data collection through photogrammetry and where the technology is taking the industry in the future.

Dr. Passini opened the floor for questioning.

The presentation concluded at 9:00pm.

Craig Stratton, Recording Secretary

Oblique Photogrammetry Presentation by Dr. Ricardo Passini of BAE

The Surveyors Association of West Jersey will be having its monthly meeting on Thursday March 9th at:
Carlucci’s Waterfront
876 Centerton Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
6:30PM Cocktails
7:00PM Dinner/Meeting
$35 (no reservation needed)

Our guest speaker for this event will be Dr. Ricardo Passini of BAE  who will have a presentation on “Oblique Photogrammetry”.

All are welcome

Revised Elevation Certificate

March 1, 2017

U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, D.C. 20472

MEMORANDUM FOR: Write Your Own (WYO) Principal Coordinators and the
National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Direct
FROM: NFIP Clearinghouse

SUBJECT: Revised Elevation Certificate

The newly revised Elevation Certificate (FEMA form 086-0-33) can now be accessed at
https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/160 .

The following revisions were made to the Elevation Certificate:
• Items A8 and A9 now allow alpha characters.
• If the wrong box is checked in Item B12 (CBRS or OPA), highlight and delete to remove
the selection.
• Section C2a-h and Section E have been adjusted to allow correct rounding for decimal
input.
• A “Clear Photo” button to the right of the caption box will allow deletion of a photo.

The expiration date of this form is November 30, 2018.

http://nfipiservice.com/Stakeholder/pdf/bulletin/w-17007.pdf