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Another fantastic development of your mapping / land use and ownership system Barry. It truly amazes me what you folks have accomplished. Land Matters is the most complete one stop land information repository available to the general public as well as professionals.

Thank you to you and all of your people, hope you have a great thanksgiving.

Mike 

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