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A Publication Featuring The Information Services Technology of Maine State Government
|Volume VII, Issue 10||October 2004|
The Board (http://www.maine.gov/geolib/) has approved the first round of grants to 44 municipalities for digital parcel data totaling $171,862. There are two types of grants:
1) Rapid Development grants up to $1,000 for conversion of existing digital parcel data to GeoLibrary standards, and
2) Standard Development grants up to $10,000 per municipality for creating or upgrading digital parcel data.
Municipalities awarded Rapid Development grants are: Anson, Auburn, Bath, Biddeford, Bridgton, Brooksville, Casco, Castle Hill, Chapman, Cumberland, Denmark, Fort Kent, Harrison, Kittery, Madawaska, Mapleton, Mariaville, Raymond, Skowhegan, Stonington, Sweden, Verona Island, Woodland and Yarmouth. Municipalities awarded the Standard Development grants are: Cape Elizabeth, Casco, Ellsworth, Falmouth, Freeport, Gorham, Gray, Islesboro, Jackson, New Gloucester, North Yarmouth, Norway, Oxford, Paris, Raymond, Rockport, Rumford, South Portland, Thorndike, Unity and Woodstock.