The editorial in the Frontenac EMC publication by Craig Bakay is titled "Frontenac Maps - something the county does well actually got better." It highlights some new (or newly found) features:
When you go to the county website (oddly enough entitled http://www.frontenacmaps.ca), you can actually access a host of electronic (now printable) maps that give all sorts of information combined with satellite images that are better than Google's.
And now, those images are available at scales up to 1:250.
They've also added a number of featured maps, such as hamlets, and improved property fabric and civic addressing layers.
They've also added some "featured maps" and a "map gallery", but why anybody in the county would care about distances from Kingston or how to get to the county office from Kingston is bit of a mystery, but if you want to know where your lot lines are, this thing is just dandy.
They've even got contour lines showing elevation on the land sections (which may have been there before, but they really stand out now and I never noticed them before anyways).
He calls out the GIS manager.
In this case, the county really got it right (probably by staying out of GIS specialist Kevin Farrell's way and letting him do his thing).
He makes some suggestions - mostly about lakes and fish since apparently, he's a fisherman.