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If you have used this feature in the past, the new Smart Editor widget doesn't have the same functionality when it comes to merging polygons. Below is the guide in order to create multiple polygons with the same attributes. Create your polygon and fill out the information - click save After the polygon has been saved click clear to return to the template page of the smart editor From the feature templates, select the next type of feature you'd like to draw At the bottom of the widget, after you select the template, you will see a little bar that reads Polygon on the left with a drop down arrow to the right Click on that bar for a drop down of different drawing tools - at the bottom of that list you will see "Select Features to Copy" - click that You will get a tool tip to Press down to start and let go to finish if your cursor is over the map - this is to select the feature. Once you have selected the feature the widget will change to this: Uncheck everything except for the feature you would like to copy and then you can click on either "create features" or "create 1 multi-geometry feature" but I am not entirely sure what that feature does and it seems to bomb every time I choose that option After you click on create features, scroll down to the bottom of the widget window and you will see a check box to edit the geometry. This will allow you to move the polygons and edit the vertices. Then just click save.
Hi everyone! We received a message through our Facebook page from a concerned citizen about the aquatic plant shown. She wants to know what this could be and if it is invasive. The location is Sugden Lake in Oakland County
Someone contacted us through Facebook today with some images of a plant that recently started growing in their yard. They are worried that it could be invasive or a type of knotweed. Looks to me like it could be pokeweed?