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State Agency Databases Report 6/29/2011

State Agency Databases Report 6/29/2011

There’s been new activity for the State Agency Databases Across the Fifty States project on the ALA GODORT wiki. I’ve decided to start making occasional reports when it seems like there is enough activity to justify a report.

Databases removed from project pages due to dead and apparently unrecoverable links:


– Who’s Who in Arizona GIS
– WRA/WRITE Project Database
– Brownfields Search Utility

New Jersey

– Brownfields SiteMart
– Bike project database

For details on the above, click on the “history” tab of the state page and click on a previous version.

If you know of a new link for one of the above items, please let me know.

Databases ADDED to project pages:


– Doctor Search (Arizona Medical Board)
– ADWR Image Records Database (Water Resources)
– AZURITE License Application Query Utility

Volunteer Changes

Alabama – Paula Webb taking over from Valerie Glenn.
Maryland – Page is now open for adoption.

General Notes

– Project volunteers who have not updated their pages since January 2010 are being contacted about their continued participation in the project.
– Project pages without volunteers are in the process of being link checked.

If you have questions or comments about this project, feel free to contact me at

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