The first set of public workshops were held throughout the region September 30 through October 3, 2013. The purpose of these workshops was to introduce and explain the JLUS process to the communities, provide an overview of the compatibility factors that the JLUS process will assess, and obtain public input into the identification of preliminary compatibility issues.
The interactive workshops allowed attendees to respond to survey questions and to participate in group exercises facilitated by the project team in order to gain input from the community about potential land use planning issues concerning NAS PAX and the region. Meeting attendees received a project overview and compatibility factors fact sheet. Meetings were held throughout the region in four different locations. Workshop materials and the combined results of survey questions can be accessed below:
Click here for the presentation for the Southern Maryland Sub Area (St. Mary's County, Charles County, Calvert County)
Click here for the presentation for the Northern Neck of Virginia Sub Area (Northumberland County, Westmoreland County)
Click here for the presentation for the Maryland's Middle Eastern Shore Sub Area (Talbot County, Dorchester County, Caroline County)
Click here for the presentation for the Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore Sub Area (Wicomico County, Somerset County)
Click here for the combined survey results of all four meetings.
Click here to download the JLUS Compatibility Factors Fact Sheet.