I currently use Google Fusion Tables to pull in map data. I've set up polygons in the fusion table that point are displayed on a google map. These Polygons show the extent of each of our Raised Relief Maps and when the user hovers over the shaded map region, they may click on the map to get the link to our website. See link below.

Since Google Fusion Tables is going away soon, I'm forced to look somewhere else for a good solution. Since Google wants to charge for use of their Map API, I need to look for some other solution...OSM.

I'm looking for options and would OpenStreetMap have something I could use to develop something similar?

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