The LDS Church responded on November 19, 2012 at 11:36 AM as follows:
This is a known bug that we are trying to fix in our next release.
jdlessley wrote:The second suggestion is to not only provide the corrected address to the clerk but include the geographic coordinates. Providing the coordinates is about the best way to ensure the correct mapping location. You can provide the coordinates for household locations that have correct and properly formatted addresses yet do not map accurately or correctly.
That's a new feature from the last time I used MLS. Bravo on them for having the wisdom to add it.
Using Bing Maps, if you right click a location then it will give you the GPS coordinates (a feature I just discovered last night).jdlessley wrote:Getting the coordinates can be done either by going to the address with a GPS enabled device that provides coordinate readout or by using online GIS mapping provided by local government agencies. I use the latter because our county provides an accurate online county GIS and addressing map. Only individual apartment addresses cannot be verified by the county map.