Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 10:45 a.m. - 4 p.m. CDT
Activity ID: #9140600
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- How to establish long-term land-use compatibility between military installations and surrounding communities
- Strategies to coordinate and integrate surrounding local jurisdictional growth policy plans with installations plans and military readiness
- How to accommodate new growth and economic development, sustain economic vitality, and protect public health and safety, while protecting military operational missions
MORE SESSION DETAILS
Explore master planning for Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans (NOLA) and its joint land-use plans with Plaquemines Parish. NOLA is located approximately seven miles southeast of downtown New Orleans and is home to crucial active-duty and reserve components of all branches of the military. Additionally, it provides a strategic location for emergency response near the Mississippi River delta and City of New Orleans. Learn how NOLA uses community land-use policies to balance its training and operational missions, while also serving as a good neighbor and economic driver in New Orleans.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast
Mitzi A. Crystal, AICP
Santa Rita, SR
Douglas T. Thompson
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast, PWD New Orleans
Sarah Schneider, AICP
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