About the Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) Council            
Public Act 05-3 created the 21-member Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) Council  to coordinate, within available appropriations, a GIS capacity for the state, regional planning agencies, municipalities, and others as needed. The system GIS must guide and assist state and local officials involved in transportation; economic development; land use planning; environmental, cultural, and natural resource management; public service delivery; and other areas as necessary.
Select this link for the bylaws of the GIS Council
Chair Woman, Honorable Commissioner Wallace (DOIT) Recognizing Fire Chief M. Varney, While Addressing Council Members During the GIS Day Council Meeting.

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