What Are the Opportunities For Public Input?
The public can be actively involved in the development of the JLUS through education, awareness and input. They can become better educated about the important mission that Camp Williams serves and its economic impact in the region. The public can increase their understanding of this planning process and its intentions for both the military and surrounding communities. They can also provide input through active (attendance at committee and public workshops and passive (review of materials and comments through the website (www.campwilliamsjlus.com and reading the releases to the print media) participation as the process proceeds. A preliminary listing of agenda items for the upcoming workshops is presented below:
- Public Workshop #1. Introduce and define the JLUS project; generate excitement and enthusiasm; identify issues and concerns. This workshop was held on October 19, 2011 in the southern portion of the Study Area at the Saratoga Springs City Hall, and on October 20, 2011 in the norther portion of the Study Area at the Herriman City Hall.
- Public Workshop #2. Provide an overview of existing conditions and land use and development trends. Review existing regulations and land use ordinances. This workshop will be held at two (2) central locations in the Study Area.
- Public Workshop #3. Present draft compatibility factors, planning tools, and strategies. This workshop will be held at two (2) central locations in the Study Area.
- Public Workshop #4. Conduct public hearing format to present the draft JLUS and receive public comments. This workshop will be held at two (2) central locations in the Study Area.
Dates and locations for the workshops will be advertised and posted to the project website well in advance of these events.