The Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor’s (CSSC) myReGIS application was designed to serve three states, seven counties, and countless municipalities in addressing the complex land use planning needs associated with Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG). In addition, myReGIS is a tool being used by new and existing BRAC impacted businesses and residents to identify quality of life elements such as growth areas, available services, transportation needs, education institutions, etc. Regional land use planning data featured in this application helps support the APG mission and strengthens the CSSC’s relationship with the installation, regional planners, and residents.
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The Maryland Broadband Map is an interactive online mapping application on the MD iMap infrastructure that features up-to-date information about the broadband services available in Maryland. The map helps you to easily find high-speed Internet service for your home or business address, and contact information for Maryland’s broadband service providers.
Maryland’s AgPrint map begins with an analysis of Maryland’s resource lands, and it identifies and categorizes the level of development pressure of each resource. AgPrint targets certain areas for preservation and set priorities among them
The application provides information on the “status”, “vulnerability, “threat” and stability of rural resource lands. The “Status” is a measure of the number of residential lots already subdivided on agricultural or natural resource land. The “Vulnerability” is a measure of the number of additional residential lots that can be further subdivided and developed under existing local zoning and land use management tools. The “Threat” to rural resource land is an estimate of potential future market demand for residential lots, estimated by measuring the amounts of residential development that occurred on resource lands during the decade 1997 – 2006, and assuming a similar distribution of county residential growth projected to the year 2030. The fourth measure, “Stability of Rural Resource Lands,” assesses the likelihood that the integrity of the land resource can be sustained into the future, assuming aggressive land preservation efforts by the State and local governments.