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GIS software useful resource for municipalities

arvolynh@millertonnews.com

MILLBROOK — Geographic mapping has advanced from a folded piece of paper that you keep in your car to online resources. Google Maps allows anyone to visually view their house at street level and supply them with directions on how to get there from any place in the world for free.

From GPS systems for cars to websites like MapQuest, the way we use maps is changing everyday. Although the advancement of mapping has helped people get places faster and easier, it serves a much greater purpose when used for community development and environmental conservation.

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