Thank you to all who attended the second set of public workshops for the Pinal County Joint Land Use Study! Two separate workshops were hosted by Pinal County, in partnership with other project stakeholders including the Village of Red Rock, Town of Florence, and Arizona National Guard. The workshops were held on Monday, October 1 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Red Rock Fire Station and on Wednesday, October 3 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Florence Library and Community Center.
This set of public workshops provided an update on the JLUS project progress, presented the Arizona National Guard military mission footprints, and allowed the public an opportunity to provide input on the importance of each compatibility issue that has been identified through this JLUS process. The issues being evaluated are the result of comments and feedback obtained from the JLUS Policy Committee and Technical Working Group (made up of representatives from the jurisdictions, agencies and organizations involved in this project), stakeholder interviews, and public input provided at the first set of public workshops that were held in June 2018. At the workshops, participants were able to learn more about existing compatibility concerns and provide input on the actions that should be considered to address them.
If you were unable to attend the workshops, you can still provide your input on the importance of the compatibility issues by responding to the online survey by clicking here.