§103. Contracts; maps

Link to law: http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/10/007/00103
Published: 2015

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103. Contracts; maps

(a) For the

purpose of maintaining the geologic, mineral resource and topographic surveys

of this state, the division of geology and mineral resources may contract with

agencies or departments of the United States government, for such work as may

be required, including the methods of its execution and the order in which the

mapping, research and other surveys of the different parts of the state shall

be completed; provided that the agencies or departments with whom the division enters

into a contract under this section shall agree to expend annually, on the part

of the United States, upon such work a sum equal to or greater than that made

annually available by this state for these purposes.

(b) All maps and

other products shall conform to the highest quality and standards established

by this state and the participating federal agency. All maps shall be made

adaptable to the most modern techniques of production, reproduction and

display. (Amended 1989, No. 245 (Adj. Sess.), § 4.)