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Stay informed, provide input, and be involved throughout the Compatibility Area Study process by:

  • Attending public meetings for the project;

  • Providing input through the project website (via the “Comments” tab or in the box on this page);

  • Identifying issues through the IDPlaces App;

  • Filling out the project questionnaire; and

  • Joining the email list to receive project updates.

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Attend a Public Meeting

Three public meetings will be conducted at key points during the March ARB Compatible Use Study (MCUS). Additional information and meeting materials will be posted here.

Meeting #1

Project Initiation
The first public meeting will be an introduction to the MCUS planning process, its purpose and function, and the value of participation; establish relationships with residents; and provide an overview of the military operations at March ARB. This meeting will begin with a presentation, which will then be followed by a working session where attendees will be invited and encouraged to give their input on compatibility issues.

Meeting #2

Interim Findings and Preliminary Recommendations

The focus of the second meeting will be to present the compatibility issues that have so far been identified in the Study Area and to provide community members an opportunity to give input on these issues and on potential strategies for addressing them. The meeting will include a presentation and an interactive exercise to identify the importance of individual compatibility issues for the community.

Meeting #3

Final Recommendations
The purpose of the third public meeting will be to present the draft MCUS documents and recommendations for public review and comment. The public in attendance will be encouraged to provide feedback.
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Copyright Matrix Design Group, 2021
This study was prepared under contract with Riverside County, with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation. The content reflects the views of the key MCUS partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.