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LOGIS RecTrac User Group Meeting to be Held April 19th

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people-meetingLOGIS RecTrac cities will be having one of their periodic User Group meetings on Thursday, April 19th at the LOGIS offices. The meeting will take place in our conference room on the first floor from 10:00 – 11:30 AM. The primary focus of this User Group meeting will be Point of Sale (POS) and Inventory. LOGIS staff will also discuss various other RecTrac-related issues.

User Group meetings are always a good way to network with your peers and learn from one another. We hope to see you there!

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Category: Parks and Recreation Systems

LOGIS Welcomes the City of Le Sueur

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welcome1LOGIS would like to welcome the City of Le Sueur as a new member!

Le Sueur reached out to LOGIS to request a demonstration of the entire PIMS (Permits and Inspections Management System) in December 2017. Staff scheduled the PIMS demo in early January 2018. Following the demo, Le Sueur immediately responded and elected to incorporate PIMS as their software solution for permits, inspections and scheduling.

The PIMS software implementation project began with a kick off meeting in April 2018. LOGIS has initiated data discovery for migration purposes. LOGIS will also set up meetings to build code table definitions and add permit fee schedules for automatic fee calculations. We will include an in depth PIMS training session for all Le Sueur staff, to help facilitate maneuvering comfortably within the application.

City staff has also expressed interest in ePermits as well.

We are very excited to work with the City of Le Sueur to implement PIMS.

Please join us in welcoming the City of Le Sueur to LOGIS and PIMS!

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Category: Permits & Inspections Management

Annual Valuation Notice Process Completed

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HouseBWAnnually the Assessors from the five LOGIS assessing members are required to send a property valuation notice for every active parcel to the owner. This year nearly 103,000 valuation notices were sent with the last ones going to the post office on April 4, 2018.

With the completion of the 2018 valuation notices, the assessors will start the work of preparing for the 2019 assessment. Their goal is produce a fair and equitable valuation of every property in their city.

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Category: Property Data

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