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CLSA - Sacramento Chapter CLSA represents Land Surveyors, in public or private practice, whether they are employees or proprietors.
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Please help spread the word... The CLSA Education Foundation Scholarship Application deadline is December 4th. All application must be postmarked by December 4th (no exceptions). Sac Chapter Holiday Party meeting on December 5th!
Thanks for those attending night golf. So much fun.
Night golf this evening at Bradshaw golf.
April 11th, 2014 - CLSA Ed Foundation Golf Tournament at River Walk in San Diego prior to the 2014 CLSA/NALS Annual Conference at the Town & Country Hotel and Conference Center.
Sacramento Chapter is represented at the CLSA Board of Directors meeting in Oakland today. Annette Lockhart, Jerry Jones, Jill Van Houten, Michael Chiara, and Rob McMillan ventured down to participate today.
November meeting at Blue Prynt restaurant at 11th & H in Sacramento. Social hour at 5, seating for dinner at 6, presentation at 7. CSDS & Trimble will present the Trimble Gatewing (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Mapping) System. This technology has been all over the surveying magazines. Come and see it for yourself!
Awesome couple of days providing lunches for PS & FS candidates. Thanks for the help Roy Olsen, Wayne Toutges, Justin Lambert, Annette Lockhart, & Ric & Bobbie Moore!
Congratulations Sacramento Chapter members Ian Wilson (2014 CLSA Treasurer) and Annette Lockhart (one of the two 2014 Members at Large). With these 2 Sacramento Chapter members on the CLSA Executive Committee, now is the time to really grow our chapter membership. Get the word out to all your colleagues, join both the state CLSA and the Sacramento Chapter.
Sac Chapter members Annette Lockhart, Steve Mendenhall, Bob MacKenzie & Rob McMillan participated in resume reviews and mock interviews at the CSU Fresno Geomatics Conference.
Chapter meeting this Thursday, 1/9/14. Paul Cowdery of Parcel Quest presenting "Proposition 13 Past, Present & Future" Join us at BluePrynt restaurant (11th & H, Sacramento) 5:00pm No host social hour, 6:00pm sit down for meeting & dinner, 7:00pm presentation.
We are skipping a week! The January Sac Chapter meeting is Thursday, January 9th. Details to follow! See you there!
The final filing date for for transportation surveyor party chief at Water Resources is January 17th. Check website for details.
The final filing date for Transportation Surveyor at Water Resources is January 4th. Check website for details.
Listening to John Adam teach Photogrammetry at our second LS prep course. Next class January 2nd.
Sacramento & Central Valley Chapters teaming up again to feed PS & FS exam candidates Oct 25 & 26 (Friday & Saturday) . This is a great show of support for our future land surveyors! Contact Rob if you want to help.
The CLSA conference will be in San Diego in 2014. The NSPS annual meeting and student competition will be held there concurrently. Students, get started on the competition now!
November 7th & December 5th meetings are also booked!
Chapter meeting tomorrow night (Thursday 10/3/13) at Piatti Ristorante, 569 Pavilions Ln, Arden-Arcade, California, 95825. Evan Page will be speaking about the State Lands Commission. See you there!
Great presentation by Sean Finn of F3 Associates last night. Those folks are doing amazing things, and have remained successful through the challenging economic times. Expanding into new markets, developing new client based, and delivering new products.
https://www.californiasurveyors.org/calendar.html Dennis Mouland, Sacramento, CA September 15 & 16
Nothing like a bit of trigonometry on a Friday... California Land Surveyors Association Sacramento Chapter
Thursday, May 7, 2015. CLSA President-Elect Roger Hanlin speaking at our Chapter meeting. 5 pm social, 6 pm dinner, 7 pm presentation at Logan's Roadhouse in Natomas. See you there?
Sacramento CLSA Chapter is providing lunches to PS Exam candidates at CalExpo on Friday. If you would like to assist, indicate in your comment here, or contact Rob McMillan directly. Good luck candidates!
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Tonight is the final night of the Sacramento CLSA LS Review series. Ian Wilson wrapping up Legal Descriptions.
Thursday 3/19, Evan Page on Water Boundaries at the Sac CLSA LS Review. Thanks Evan!
Thanks Tim Quincy of the Sacramento California BLM office for a second night of Public Lands Survey System instruction in the Sac CLSA PLS Exam Review.
Sac Chapter members will be clearing brush along the Sacramento Calibration Baseline on Saturday, Jan 17, 2015. If you'd like to help, meet at the 0m station (near Marysville Blvd & Bell) at 08:00. We will be meeting for breakfast before hand at Mel's Diner in Natomas (Arena & Truxel) at 07:00.
Sacramento clsa chapter meeting Thursday night - Logan's Roadhouse in Natomas. Social 5 to 6. Meeting starts at 6. Jill Van Houten will be presenting a survey of the swing bridge on highway 4 at the SJ / CC county line.
Just a reminder that the chapter meeting is next Thursday, November 6th.
Looking forward to October 2 meeting in El Dorado Hills at Pete's Pizza. Annual vendor night showcase. Come out and see what they have to offer! Hope to see you there!
Come to the Sacramento Chapter meeting on 9/4 - Logan's Roadhouse Natomas. Come with all your questions about the bylaws. The ballots you have are the culmination of several years of work. Please make informed decisions.
https://www.facebook.com/CaliforniaLandSurveyorsAssociation/posts/10152377272562449:0 Thanks and congratulations Sacramento CLSA Chapter member Pat Tami!
Thanks Gary Hall for an entertaining, interesting, and informative presentation on FEMA elevation certificates and the benefits of advising clients about how the Smart Vent option may save them money.
Just saw an "Army Strong" ad on tv where a solider scrambles into position and sets up what looks like a Trimble 5600 and looks through it at a another soldier with a rod & prism. Thank you for your service!
Isn't there a class coming up for future land surveyors?