Why isn’t there a map that is accurate and up to date?

The Water and Planning Departments acknowledge that is a fair question and something that we need to address. 

The map has not been modified since 1998 and we agree that the map should be carefully reviewed to ensure that it accurately reflects the overlay zoning language. 

In the past the Town has not had access to geographic information system capabilities (GIS) necessary to create and more importantly, continually update, a map such as this. Recently North Kingstown has upgraded its GIS capabilities to an extent that we now can produce and maintain such a map and we will work toward that goal.

 

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1. I am hearing that you are putting our drinking water at risk, is this true?
2. What is the difference between GW1 and GW2, and what does that mean?
3. Is this some special deal for this one parcel of land and this one property owner?
4. Why isn’t there a map that is accurate and up to date?
5. Why would the Water Department want to put the groundwater reservoir at risk?
6. How does this affect Allie’s Donuts anyway?
7. Is our water supply truly stressed?