2.1 Organize subcommittee of Camp Grayling and Alpena CRTC’s Community Councils to provide input, oversight and evaluation.
2.2 Hold subcommittee meetings/develop and disseminate educational information.
2.2a: Educate the public on residential sound attenuation. - Noise Flyer
2.2b: Educate the public on traffic routes and needs. - Transporation Study
2.2c: Educate and inform the public about night training.
2.2d: Improve public outreach and access to information on the PFOS and PFOA issue along with other groundwater contamination concerns. - For information go to Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART)
2.2e: Increase public awareness of ongoing wildfire management efforts and gather public input. - For information go to Fire management (michigan.gov)
2.2f: Develop a public education program on UXO (Unexploded Ordinance). - UXO Flyer
2.2g: Ensure web resources include access to Camp Grayling contact information and resources as changes occur.
2.2h: Develop communications materials that highlight the potential impacts from Camp Grayling for future home buyers. - For future home buyers and developers, it is encouraged to review the maps that show potential impacts. These include Noise, Environmental, Infrastructure, Military Operations, and Land Use & Zoning. - Maps - Northeast Michigan JLUS (nemimilitarycommunity.org)
2.2i: Support water quality and aquatic ecology scientific communications to include Water Quality Summary Fact Sheets on surface water quality and ecological health to assist with public understanding of areas environmental health, groundwater.
2.2j: Develop information on the websites that summarizes facts and organizes resource links.
2.3 Organize and hold public forums and annual tours of bases to provide information on base programs and training events (i.e. existing water quality program, groundwater contamination, Northern Strike, events, etc.).