Committee Overview

Who Will Guide the Development of the WTM Compatibility Area Study?

Two committees, made up of representatives from the partner jurisdictions, Camp Williams, and other stakeholders, will guide the development of the project.

Policy Committee (PC)

This committee includes elected officials who represent the various communities in the Planning Area, as well as leadership from Camp Williams. The PC is responsible for direction of the Compatibility Area Study and for assisting with the establishment of a process to monitor implementation of adopted policies. The PC will be important for developing and maintaining relationships between key stakeholders, the communities, and the project consultant team.

Technical Committee (TC)

This group contains representatives from local jurisdictions, agencies, and the military, as well as other stakeholders as necessary, with expertise in one or more of the 25 compatibility factors that will be assessed throughout the planning process. The TC identifies and addresses technical issues, provides feedback on report development, and assists in the development and evaluation of implementation strategies.


Joint Committee Meeting

Camp Williams hosted a Joint Committee Meeting on October 21st. This meeting included members of both the technical and policy committees and focused on presentation of initial study findings, the importance of Camp Williams to the regional economy, and national defense. The project team assessed 25 compatibility factors and identified 19 findings involving shared resources, resiliency, and development. Following the meeting, the Utah Army National Guard provided an aerial tour of Camp Williams and its live-fire training ranges. The tour aboard three UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters provided committee members a birds-eye perspective of the challenges facing Camp Williams.

Thank you, Camp Williams, for hosting this meeting and thank you to all committee members who participated!

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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.