Strathcona County in Alberta Canada will soft launch its open data portal on Feb. 10, with the public launch following on Feb. 18.
Through consulting and services, the project cost $75,000. There will also be a $25,000 yearly charge for the portal software being used.
Best I can tell that software is from Socrata.
The government would provide GPS devices for families to track their autistic children under a new law inspired by the Avonte Oquendo tragedy.
“Avonte’s Law” would expand a government program in place for families of people with Alzheimer’s disease, Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) said one day after the funeral for the autistic 14-year-old boy who disappeared from his Queens school.
It's not clear to me if Schumer means GPS literally, or something that would also track individuals indoors.
The St. Charles Economic Development Department has upgraded its marketing program with the creation of a better, more modern website at www.GrowStCharles.com.
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Blue - Education
Red - Landmark