- RSVP for the May Quarterly Meeting
- RSVP for the May Quarterly MeetingPosted 62 days ago
The RSVP form for the May meeting is now available here.
- Position announcement: LOJIC Web Developer (PA13-002)
- Position announcement: LOJIC Web Developer (PA13-002)Posted 94 days ago
The LOJIC GIS in Louisville, Kentucky is seeking applicants for the position of LOJIC Web Developer. This position will be responsible for requirement analysis, design, implementation, testing, deployment, maintenance and…
- TEMP Architectural / Mechanical Drafter Position – Univeristy of Kentucky
- TEMP Architectural / Mechanical Drafter Position – Universit…Posted 94 days ago
The University of Kentucky is seeking an individual experienced in Computer Aided Design and Drafting to provide CAD support for the construction and engineering staff. Responsibilities include: teaming with the…
Welcome to the Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals
Like minded individuals Trisha found GIS and other mapping professionals within her acquaintances that had the same vision for The Commonwealth. The first visioning meeting was held at the Kentucky GIS Conference in Fort Mitchell in August 2002 in order to gauge interest in such an idea. Kyle Snyder a colleague of Trisha’s shared the vision of KAMP and became a staunch advocate, and a key player in the formation and development of KAMP. Christy Davis (Powell) also became critically involved, and wore many hats in order to make KAMP a success.
Constitution by laws and Code of Ethics Prior to the initial meeting Kyle Snyder drafted the initial constitution and by laws with much input and review from Trisha Brush and Christy Davis. These documents were based on the like documents of KAM.
Founding Meeting at the Berry Hill Mansion Feb 11, 2003 Despite snow to the north, the founding group gathered in the music room of the Berry Hill Mansion in Frankfort. Trisha Brush and Kyle Snyder ran the meeting that introduced the constitution by laws and Code of Ethics, The inaugural board was elected and committees were established. Many members paid there membership first dues at this meeting. Afterward many of the attendees retired for lunch at a local Mexican restaurant. Later that day several of the new board opened the KAMP bank accounts. Patti Royster agreed to open and check the P.O. Box that would be opened for the association. Frankfort was decided on as the location due to its central location in the state. The articles for incorporation as a nonprofit were submitted on February 18, 2003.