Today we recovered a section corner described as a scribed 6 “x 6” concrete monument. The “vertical” scribe is from edge to edge. The “horizontal” scribe extends from the lower half of the “vertical” scribe and does not reach the edge. We also found what appears to be a dimple in the center of the monument. We shot both the intersection of the scribed lines and the dimple. The published coordinates on the Certified Corner Record agree more closely to the intersection of the scribed lines. Tomorrow we’re going to thoroughly clean the top of the monument and investigate the scribes and dimple more carefully. We have to shoot the monument a second time anyway. Can we assume that the center of the monument was the initial position and someone discovered a calculation error and they made some scribes to mark the correct position?
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