On May 16, the Project Task Force met to review draft work products and lay out a plan for community meetings in September when the public will have the opportunity to review and comment on various draft strategies, initiatives and other "compatibility tools." Tools under consideration include:
- Updates to community "General Plans" to incorporate compatibility policies and strategies
- Revisions to land use regulations, tailored to meet the needs of specific communities
- "Disclosure" procedures to advise buyers/tenants of Camp operations and impacts
- More formal coordination procedures to enhance Camp-Community collaboration
- An electronic brochure, list serve and other tools to disseminate information
Check back for more detailed information regarding these important meetings, as well as to access committee drafts that will be presented and discussed at these meetings.
The very first Camp Williams Iron Will event was a tremendous success and far exceeded anyone's expectations! Roughly 1,000 athletes participated on a gorgeous Spring day. In addition to the races, there were games and activities for children and families to enjoy on the parade grounds. Food concessions offered everything from hot dogs and barbeque to snow cones. Patrons were also able to purchase unique gifts in the Camp store. Opening remarks were provided by Governor Herbert, Major General Jeff Burton and Lieutenant Colonel Smith. Local communities pitched in with financial support, displays and manpower. Matrix provided a "Friends of Camp Williams" booth offering information about the JLUS Implementation project. Many patrons stopped by to ask questions and offer support for the Camp and the project.
Click here to see the race results. Maybe someone you know was a winner!
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The Camp W.G. Williams Joint Land Use Study Implementation project will identify and develop specific actions that can be carried out by participating communities, which will help to reduce or avoid conflicts between the Camp and those communities. This collaboration will allow the Camp to continue providing substantial economic contributions to the region, and sustain its military mission. In addition, participating communities will be better able to pursue their housing, land use, transportation and economic development goals and objectives.
The City of Eagle Mountain is the project’s sponsor and a Committee of leadership and staff from participating communities has been created to oversee the project. Initiated in December of 2013, its anticipated that the project will be completed by December 2014.
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