I'm new to the site; I've enjoyed reading your posts. I've been in the business since I was 12 years old. My father is a surveyor and, before he passed on, my brother was a surveyor. I've held…Read more →
"I had to use a different browser to view them. Looks like a good job Deward. You have to really dig sometimes to find out what happened. Just digging in the ground isn't enough. You really have to dig into the paperwork…"
"The pickle is that I collected a retainer and it's spent. Well, pretty much spent. I found an "error" but not in the way she thinks. I found an apparent gap in the rear but she thinks the lots shifted left and…"
"That whole FB thing had absolutely nothing to do with title companies bypassing the surveyor. GIS and GPS operators are fast becoming a problem. They know how to use the equipment but they don't know how to interpret the results as…"
"7. (I think) Sometimes the line is as wide as the arborvitae planted on it.
8. As wide as the fence placed on the line...or the posts.
9. Probably it's abstract and doesn't truly exist.
10. As wide as a…"
"The problem here is that the clients wanting the LOMA are usually in Zone A. The chances of getting the hazard zone lines moved are slim. Sometimes it's a no-brainer, but usually you think to yourself, "That's not gonna…"
FEMA for Land Surveyors is a support group for land surveyors regarding the common services directly involving FEMA that land surveyors provide for clients. These include LOMA, CLOMA, LOMR-F, CLOMR-F, etcSee More
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