La Crosse County Surveyor receives state award

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - A La Crosse County Surveyor received a state award for making a substantial contribution to Wisconsin Land Information Program.

Bryan Meyer received the Wisconsin Land Information Association's (WLIA) "2018 Outstanding Contribution Award" on March 9 at the annual conference.

WLIA President Emily Champaign presented the award and said, “This individual has helped many in our association better understand the Public Land Survey System and the nuances of professional land surveying. His thoughtful and conscientious nature helped to diversify our understanding of the complicated nature of land records in Wisconsin. He consistently demonstrates excellence in his work and contributions to WLIA – and has received a number of “Best Presentation” awards at past conferences. Of course I am speaking of Bryan Meyer, La Crosse County Surveyor and President of the Wisconsin County Surveyors Association. Our community will be well served if even a few of us use his example of breaking down complex issues and remaining optimistic we can find real solutions. Thank you Bryan and congratulations!”

Meyer thanked his employer, La Crosse County for encouraging him to be actively involved in activities that augment and promote his profession. He also thanked the Wisconsin County Surveyors Association and encouraged those in attendance to stay actively involved in WLIA.

“I was totally surprised to hear my name when the award was announced.” said Meyer. “I am happy to be a spokesman for land surveying in Wisconsin. I truly do love my job and I’m happy to share my experiences and knowledge with the land information community.”

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