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Our deepest sympathies go out to the families of two CALS members who recently passed away.
James C. Sommers, 70, of Vernon, loving husband, father, and grandfather (Pa), died October 26, 2013 at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center after a sixteen year fight with cancer.
Jim was born in… Read more
The 2013 Annual Meeting was held on November 1st at Saint Clements Castle in Portland, CT.
Jay Doody was given the Distinguished Surveyor Award.
He is the fourth recipient to receive this distinct and outstanding honor.
Rick Martel received the 2013 Surveyor of the Year Award.
On June 15, 2013, a crew of friends, associates, and Bill’s son began the process of digging the hole and placing the 4′ monument for the final marker of our dear friend Bill Giel. Once the DOT finalizes placement of the disk, CALS will schedule a date for a ceremony.
The Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors (CALS) has recently published a 33 page booklet of authoritative tidal data entitled “Resources for Tidal and Navigable Waters in Connecticut”. The booklet contains a complete range of tidal elevations for every tidal town in Connecticut, including the Connecticut, Housatonic and Thames rivers. The tidal elevations include coastal jurisdiction line (CJL), mean high water (MHW), mean low water (MLW)… Read more
The mission of the Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors (CALS) is:
- To support the common good and welfare of Connecticut’s land surveyors;
- To advance the highest possible standards of professional ethics and practice of Connecticut’s land surveyors;
- To promote the professional development of Connecticut’s land surveyors;
- To enhance the professional standing of Connecticut’s land surveyors; and,
- To elevate the public awareness and understanding of