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WVSPS Chapter Meeting Listing
The WVSPS has seven active chapters which meet monthly all over the state of West Virginia. Below, you can find their meeting schedule and representatives. Attendance at meetings is worth a potential 3 PDHs per year and are open to everyone. Southern ChapterMercer Co., Summers Co., Wyoming Co., Fayette Co., GreenbrierRead More
Surveys and Surveyors of the Utah Territory – SHS Rendezvous 2019!
The Surveyors Historical Society’s Annual Rendezvous will be in Salt Lake City, Utah from September 18 – 21, 2019! This year’s theme is Surveys and Surveyors of the Utah Territory. For more information, visit http://www.surveyorshistoricalsociety.com/.
On-Site Registration Available for Minimum Standards and Ethics this Friday!
As a reminder, the WVSPS Southern Chapter will be hosting their 2019 Seminar “Minimum Standards & Ethics and Monumental Surveyors” on May 17 in Beckley, WV. If you plan to attend, you may still register on-site Friday morning beginning at 7:00 am. We look forward to seeing you in Beckley!
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In a Property Dispute, Land Owners Need to Ask the Right Questions Writing a Deed Easement for a Chicken Coop Positional Accuracy Depends on Measuring Seconds
Have You Renewed Your WV Surveyors License? Renewals Due By June 30
As a reminder, if you are a licensed surveyor in West Virginia and have not yet renewed your license it is due to expire on June 30th. You can renew your license by visiting the West Virginia Board of Professional Surveyors (WVBPS) website here. Already taken care of the renewal? ThenRead More
Only 30 Days left to Register for Minimum Standards and Ethics & Monumental Surveyors – May 17
Have you already registered for the 2019 Seminar featuring Minimum Standards and Ethics and Monumental Surveyors? This could be your last opportunity to earn your Minimum Standards and Ethics credits before license renewal in June. You don’t want to miss this seminar! This event will be held on May 17, 2019,Read More
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WVSPS 2019 Legislative Session Update
The following is not a political message. It is a legislative update from our government relations consultant. It is not intended to promote or oppose any political party, idea or agenda. It is simply intended to factually inform the society of current issues and conditions that exist in the legislature,Read More