TSPS Rio Grande Valley Chapter 19 will offer scholarships for surveying students in the Rio Grande Valley. An applicant must be a resident of Hidalgo, Cameron, Willacy or Starr counties, or their place of employment must be an engineering/surveying firm in one of those counties.
A couple recently bought their dream home in Alexandria, Virginia. It had everything on their wish list, including a back yard large enough for a swimming pool they always wanted.
All was well until the city denied their application to build the swimming pool because only half of that big back yard was actually theirs.
Recap: TSPS has a print ad in various sizes, three banner ads and a 15/15 bookend style (30 second) commercial available FREE to its members to use throughout the year in their local areas to promote the surveying profession.
FREDERICK, MD - Pat Smith, RPLS #4280, from Austin, Texas takes the reins of the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) as its President for 2014. He had been elected President-Elect in 2013.
TSPS banner ads are live on the digital version of Texas Monthly! In addition to the print ad and commercial, TSPS created three animated banner ads. The ads are the same in content just different in size. Texas Monthly will run 75,000 impressions over the next two months.
TSPS lobbyist and Legal Counsel Mark Hanna submitted written comments March 14, 2014 to the Railroad Commission of Texas regarding Draft Proposed Amendments to Rules in Chapter 18, Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention
To view the second :15 commercial on YouTube, Click Here.
Just in case you did not see yesterday’s email blast, TSPS has created two :15 commercials to be viewed throughout Texas. The commercials were designed as “bookends” which in advertising terms means a :30 spot split into two separate :15’s.
Garnell A. Baker, 95, RPLS #551, of Cleburne, Texas, died March 17, 2014 at his home. Services are scheduled for 10:00 a.m. Thursday, March 20, at the United Presbyterian Church in Cleburne.