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MONTANA LAND INFORMATION ADVISORY COUNCIL TO MEET IN HELENA

Monday, September 11, 2017/Categories: Montana State Library/Tags: MLIA , GIS , Montana Land Information Advisory Council , MLIAC , Geographic Information Systems , Montana Land Information Plan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
September 11, 2017
CONTACT:  Erin Fashoway
(406) 444-9013
efashoway@mt.gov

Montana Land Information Advisory Council to Meet in Helena

(HELENA) --- The Montana Land Information Advisory Council will meet at the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) in Helena on Thursday, September 14, 2017, from 10 am to 2 pm.  The meeting will be held in the DNRC Montana Room and online. The DNRC is located at 1539 11th Avenue. 

For an agenda and related meeting materials, visit:  https://mslservices.mt.gov/About_the_Library/Commission_Councils/Montana_Land_Information_Advisory_Council/mliac_MeetingMaterials.aspx.

The Montana Land Information Advisory Council was established by statute through the Montana Land Information Act with the purpose of establishing a planning framework for land information and granting processes for Montana.  Members of the Council represent federal and state agencies, tribes, private businesses, local governments, the university system, and the Montana legislature.  This meeting is of particular importance as Council members begin to review the draft FY2019 Land Plan.

The Montana Land Information Advisory Council makes reasonable accommodations for any known disability that may interfere with a person’s ability to participate in the meeting.  Persons needing accommodations must notify the State Library prior to the meeting.  To make your request known, call (406) 444.3384, TDD 444.3005. 

The Montana State Library chairs the Montana Land Information Advisory Council.  Through its statewide programs, the Montana State Library empowers Montanans; enhances learning in families and communities; builds 21st Century skills, and provides opportunities for civic participation. For more information, visit http://msl.mt.gov.

 

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