Residents throughout the Dobbins ARB JLUS Study Area had an opportunity to provide their input on the compatibility issues at the first of three public workshops held the evening of July 9, 2014 at the City of Smyrna Community Center. This public workshop brought citizens from Cobb County and the Cities of Marietta and Smyrna together to become acquainted with the JLUS project and provide valuable input in the study. Among the items discussed, the workshop:
- Provided a briefing on activities and missions conducted at Dobbins ARB by the Dobbins ARB Commander
- Introduced and explained the JLUS process to the communities
- Provided an overview of the compatibility factors that the JLUS study will assess
- Gathered public input for the identification of preliminary compatibility issues
The interactive workshop allowed attendees to respond to survey questions and participate in group exercises facilitated by the project team to gain input from the community about potential compatibility planning issues concerning Dobbins ARB and the region. Meeting attendees received a project overview and Compatibility Factors Fact Sheet. Workshop materials and the combined results of survey questions can be accessed below:
Click here for the mission briefing presentation by Dobbins Air Reserve Base.
Click here for the meeting presentation by Matrix Design Group.
Click here for the results of the survey conducted during the Public Workshop.
Click here to download the JLUS Compatibility Factors Fact Sheet.