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Public Workshop #3 Held – March 13-16, 2017

The North Carolina Department of Commerce Rural Economic Development Division hosted the third and final Public Workshop for the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base (AFB) and Dare County Range Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) on March 13-16, 2017. Workshops were conducted on March 13, 2017, in the City of Goldsboro, NC at the Herman Park Center; on March 14, 2017, in the City of Washington at the Washington Civic Center; on March 15, 2017, in the Town of Plymouth at the Vernon James Research Station; and on March 16, 2017, in the Town of Columbia at the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge.

At this Public Workshop, participants were provided a status update on the JLUS project, key recommendations were reviewed, and the public had an opportunity to provide comment and feedback on the Public Draft JLUS documents and compatibility maps in an Open House format. Opportunities for continued public input through the remainder of the Public Review period were also explained. Because of the expansive geography of the JLUS Study Area, each workshop focused on the issues and recommendations unique to each region. Below are links to the presentation from the City of Goldsboro workshop and the presentation from the City of Washington, Town of Plymouth, and Town of Columbia workshops. The Public Draft JLUS documents were available for public review and comment from February 28, 2017 through March 24, 2017.

Click on the graphic to view the presentation from the workshop in the City of Goldsboro   sjafbpresentation
     
Click on the graphic to view the presentation from workshops at the City of Washington, Town of Plymouth, and Town of Columbia   dcrpresentation

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This study was prepared under contract with the North Carolina Department of Commerce, with financial support from the Office of Economic Adjustment, Department of Defense and contributions from the State of North Carolina. The content reflects the views of the key JLUS partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.