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Survey Monumentation Information

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Maps 
Blue Book Reports 
Station Recovery Logs 
Downloads
Notes on the Clinton County Monumentation 

 

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NOAA Monumentation Datasheet Lookup Page 

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Maps

Important Note:   The Points on the maps are shown in the general location of the actual monument sites.

County-Wide Maps in PDF File Format City of Wilmington Maps in PDF File Format
Countywide Map 22" x 34" City of Wilmington 22" x 34"
 
Monumentation Information 22" x 34" Wilmington Air Park 22" x 34"

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Countywide Map including the Information Spreadsheet 22" x 42"
 
 
Interactive Map showing Monumentation 

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 Google Earth:

    Permanent Blue Booked Monuments

    National Geodetic Survey Monuments

   Monumentation at the Wilmington Airpark

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Downtown Wilmington Benchmark Map, 1949

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Blue Book Listing Reports:

       

Reports 1 & 2

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Station Recovery Logs:

Once you've found a monument you want information for, click on it's Station ID below for more information.

If you want to download all of the PDF files to your computer at once, click here.

Clinton County:

City of Wilmington Monument Recovery Logs

 

GPS Name Station ID Prime GPS Name Station ID Secondary
1001 1 2001 1A
1002 2 2002 2A
1003 3 2003 3A
1004 4 2004 4A
1005 5 2005 5A
1006 6 2006 6A
1007 7 2007 7A
1008 8 2008 8A
1009 9 2009 9A
1010 10 2010 10A
1011 11 2011 11A
1012 12 2012 12A
1013 13 2013 13A
1014 14 2014 14A
1015 15 2015 15A
1016 16 2016 16A
1017 17 2017 17A
1018 18 2018 18A
1019 19 2019 19A
1020 20 2020 20A
1021 21 2021 21A
1022 22 2022 22A
1023 23 2023 23A
1024 24 2024 24A
1025 25 2025 25A
1026 26 2026 26A
1027 27 2027 27A
1028 28 2028 28A
1029 29 2029 29A
1030 30 2030 30A

NGS & Other Counties:

GPS Name Station ID
Clermont Co # 201 Station 5001
Warren Co # 19 Station 5002
Warren Co # 15 Station 5003
Warren Co # 121 Station 5004
Warren Co # 223 Station 5005
NGS - Craig Station 6001
NGS - Rod - Stamped R-340 Station 6002
NGS - In Bridge Abutment Station 6003
NGS - B 340 SS Deep Rod Station 6004
NGS - Bronze Cap  - P339 Station 6005
NGS - Bronze Cap - Airborne Station 6006
NGS - Disk in Conc - Bough Station 6007
NGS - Disk in Conc. - Southport Station 6008
NGS - Metal Rod - I 66-A Station 6009
(NGS-1024) USCGS Ohio 1024 Station 6010
Greene Co Engineer  - Orchard Grove Station 6011
ODOT - Au Rod in Sleeve FAY 35 Station 6012

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Downloads:

Spreadsheet of Monumentation Information

Shapefile of Monuments as Mapped by the NGS

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Notes:

 The following is a quote from our first contract with Woolpert Inc. on the placement of our county-wide permanent monumentation grid.

Woolpert will establish, target, and GPS observe 30 first-order horizontal (blue booked) and third-order vertical monument pairs (60 points). Monuments will be 3-foot concrete with bronze cap and flush with the ground surface. Monument pairs will be in the Ohio State Plane Coordinate System (South Zone). Horizontal datum will be North American Datum (NAD) 83 (86) adjusted to the Ohio HARN system. Vertical datum will be North American Vertical Datum (NAVD) 88.

These monuments were designed to last 30 to 50 years, if left undisturbed. The installations took place during December / January of 1999.

Surveying of each monument took place during the last two weeks of April, 1999.