GVLSA COVID-19 Update
To All GVLSA members,
With information seemingly changing by the hour, it can be frustrating, overwhelming and ultimately distracting us from our businesses and families. I thought I would pass along some websites to bookmark, documents and information sources to help condense the time spent searching. This is however not a comprehensive list, just a collection of things shared from within GLVSA, and the surveying community.
Attached is an email from the NYSAPLS President Daniel Marvin and Managing Director Amber Carpenter, providing suggestions for Best Practices for Field Procedures and Working at Home, and Exam cancellations.
The NYS Executive Orders
The Empire State Development page, and information assisting with essential designations.
A link to the CDC website for COVID-19 Resources for Businesses and Employers
A link to the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) and their COVID-19 Response. Information about Small Business Assistance, Business Tax relief from federal level.
A link to the Associated General Contractors (AGC) website. There is a lot of information in regard to Risk Management, their Updated AGC CARES analysis, and many other resources combined into one place.
Attached is RPTMAPFG pdf document – Which is the latest update from the Monroe County Surveyor, Greg Bly, outlining the new procedures for filing maps in Monroe County. I don’t have anything for Livingston, Ontario, Wayne or Yates. If you do please share.
And finally, we all just need a break. With the around the clock information and the increased pressure to continuing working to provide for our employees and our families, it can and will take its toll on one’s mind. I have linked an article from NPR of things that weren’t free before the COVID-19 lock down but are now. Take a moment and check it out, I’m confident there is a ton more out there as well.
If anyone has anything to add please send it to me and I will share or be sure to comment on our Facebook page with your information. WE will have it up sometime tomorrow.
Be safe, healthy, and happy!
Justin M. Roloson L.S.
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