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The Campbell County Penny Power Story Map is an interactive map designed to help the public see precisely where their One Percent pennies have been used.
The Campbell County Surveying/GIS has rebuilt Campbell County's One Percent Story Map. The new interactive map allows users to see where their pennies have been used and what they have been used for. The information in the map spans from July 1, 2014, through December 31, 2017. The GIS department will update the map on a quarterly basis in an endeavor to keep the data current while building a historical database. Further efforts are underway to incorporate data back to 2007.
The story map contains a wealth of information that is divided into 12 categories that correspond with the One Percent Resolution passed by the Campbell County Board of Commissioners every four years. Clicking on a Penny Power icon will allow the user to see the information associated with each location where One Percent money has been used. Each tab also contains a link to a document that summarizes all the expenditures in the corresponding category.
The Penny Power Story Map is compatible with all web browsers and devices, including mobile phones, tablets and personal computers.