State to map properties in Weare to assist in emergency response
According to Town Administrator Naomi Bolton, employees from the state will travel to each structure in Weare, including homes and businesses, in order to determine the exact coordinates of each property to be used to create digital and paper maps. New roads and subdivisions will also be included, giving the state the most up-to-date information available.
Bolton said that the new maps will give dispatchers the exact locations of properties and make it easier for emergency responders, including police, fire and ambulance personnel to find homes and businesses when calls come in. After the state has completed the collection process, the information gathered will be verified with the town to ensure accuracy. The state will then generate digital and paper maps for the town using the gathered information.
“As technology moves forward, everything is going to be plotted,” she said.
But once the state has the current coordinates on file for every property in town, the division will only have to update its records periodically to account for new houses and subdivisions, she said.
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