[Imports] [Talk-us] Mass towns

Metcalf, Calvin (DOT) calvin.metcalf at state.ma.us
Wed Oct 19 18:07:54 BST 2011

Ok so the county border and the state boarder are going to be the same, every part of MA is in a county.  As were getting this from Massgis this is pretty much the closest there is to legally defined (hence the huge number of points).

That being said lemme amend my previous email I'll get off shore boundaries, and county boundaries and then we can put in as a separate upload the shoreline.

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Andrew S. Sawyer [mailto:assawyer at gmail.com] 
>Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 1:02 PM
>To: Greg Troxel; Metcalf, Calvin
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>Subject: Re: [Talk-us] [Imports] Mass towns
>I belive the Mass state line, like NH extends into the ocean 
>as well. While some of the towns or counties may not, the 
>legal border should conform to what is proscribed. Just as the 
>border between NH and VT conforms largely to the western edge 
>of the Connecticut River except where they both have agreed otherwise. 
>The county boundaruies from TIGER are not very accurate. The 
>ones from the Census Boundary and Annexation Survey (BAS) (
>Andrew S. Sawyer
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>Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 12:54:16 
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