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Data Layer GraphicTitle: "Type A Future Public Sewer Systems" (2003)
 
Description: The NC Center for Geographic Information and Analysis developed the GIS data set, Type A Future Public Sewer Systems, as mapped by contractors to the NC Rural Center (engineering firms McGill & Associates and Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates) during 2004, 2005, and 2006 to facilitate planning, siting and impact analysis in the 100 individual counties of North Carolina. This file enables the user to make various county-level determinations when used in conjunction with other data layers. "Future" in the title Type A Future Public Sewer Systems refers to system boundary the water syster owner expects in 2010. The tabular data will be the same as it was for the current data. The purpose of this data set is to inform users of key information about public sewer systems in North Carolina, with particular focus on system size and growth, sewage discharge annd treatment, and capital improvement needs of the systems.
 
Keywords and Themes: Bond Funding, Capital Improvement, Public Sewers, Sewer System, Utilities
 
Filename Prefix: fpss ALSO INCLUDED: sewer_treatment_plants.dbf, bf_sewer.dbf
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Download Instructions: In the ftp window that opens, search for and save locally all files with the above Filename Prefix.  
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Mapped Drive Folder: /cgia83/ncom200803/
Total size of data files: 4.5 MB
 
Data Type: Shapefile
Feature Type: Polygon
Coordinate System: NAD_1983_StatePlane_North_Carolina_FIPS_3200
Datum: North American Datum of 1983Map Units: meters

Spatial Extent: North Carolina
Source Scale: 1:100,000

Created by: NC Center for Geographic Information and Analysis
Released by: NC CGIA via NC OneMap.com
Content Date: varies - see metadata
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Collection Name: NC OneMap - 3/25/2008
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Acquired Date: Downloaded Mar 25, 2008
Distribution Restrictions: Public Domain

Note: Public download and possible updated data are available from NC OneMap

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Record ID: 3316_NCOM