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Public Meetings

Three public meetings were conducted at key points throughout the WTM Compatibility Area Study. :inks to materials from completed meetings were uploaded to the project website as well for easy access and follow-up review. Summaries of the two meetings are described below.

Meeting #1

Project Initiation

The first public meeting focused on the purpose and function of the Compatibility Area Study, discussed opportunities for public participation, and solicited public input on potential compatibility issues. This meeting was held as an open house on June 27th, 2021, where attendees were encouraged to provide inputs on compatibility issues they would like to see addressed in the study. A project fact sheet that summarizes the compatibility factors in consideration is available on the project website here.

Meeting #2

Interim Findings and Preliminary Recommendations

The focus of the second public meeting will be to present the compatibility issues in the Planning Area that have so far been identified and to provide community members an opportunity to give input on these compatibility issues and recommended timeframes for addressing them. This will be done through an interactive exercise during which participants will rank the importance of the compatibility issues.

First Public Meeting Held

June 27th, 2021

Thank you to all who participated in the first public meeting for the West Traverse Mountains Compatible Area Study, which was held at Bluffdale City Hall, June 27th. During the meeting, participants were provided an overview of the compatible area study project and the importance of Camp Williams.

You can view the information boards from the open house by clicking here.

Committee Meetings and Public Meeting

March 16, 2022

The City of Lehi hosted both the technical committee and policy committee meetings at the Lehi Power Department office on March 16th.  These meetings included Mayor Natalie Hall from the City of Bluffdale, Lieutenant Colonel Shane Day, garrison commander of Camp Williams, and Michelle Carroll, deputy director of Mountainland Association of Governments among other committee members including city managers, planners, and staff from the cities of Bluffdale, Eagle Mountain, Herriman, Lehi, and the Alpine School District representing Cedar Fort and Saratoga Springs. The project team presented revised study findings and recommended strategies to each committee and engaged in meaningful dialogue which generated enthusiasm for many of the key findings and recommended strategies.

Following the committee meetings, the second public meeting for the West Traverse Mountains Compatible Area Study was held at the Lehi City Senior Center from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. During the meeting, residents from around Camp Williams reviewed and commented on findings and proposed strategies.

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This study was prepared under contract with the Mountainland Association of Governments with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation. The content reflects the views of the key Compatibility Area Study partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Defense Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.