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Hi. I have an elementary school that appears to have moved. It only appears on aerial imagery (google) and not on any TNMC maps. It looks like a very new build. The new address is verified by their webpage. I have moved the icon to the new site (an empty field), and I don't think the old site is still being use, but I am not certain. Is this correct?

Grapeland Elementary Old Address: 210 Third Street New Address: 796 N Olive St (Nextdoor) Grapeland, TX 75844

asked 22 Dec '20, 21:48

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This is correct. Given the different frequencies of new construction vs. when aerial imagery is flown, there can be a time lag between when the building is complete vs. when those buildings appear in aerial imagery. In scenarios like this, the correct way to add these points is to identify the location of the new building by using aerial imagery interpretation (e.g., proximity to existing buildings and other landmarks) and then placing the point in this location. This way when the aerial imagery is next updated, the point should be on the building.

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answered 23 Dec '20, 08:25

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