In mild of recent COVID-19 restrictions introduced right this moment by Gov. David Ige, the U.S. Military is shifting its in-person scoping conferences scheduled for right this moment and Wednesday on its plans to retain leased state-owned land on Oahu for military training to an online-only format.
“Supporting our native and state officers and the well being and security of our communities and employees is our precedence,” mentioned Col. Dan Misigoy, commander, U.S. Military Garrison Hawaii, in a information launch. “The transition from an in-person to digital occasion was essential to do our half to cut back giant gatherings and make it potential for extra folks to take part with much less danger to public well being.”
The conferences will happen from 6 to 9 p.m. each days through Zoom:
>> At this time: Webinar/Room ID: 931 4505 1145; passcode: 858113
>> Wednesday: Webinar ID: 917 8104 7214; passcode: 327318
The webinar classes and all feedback will likely be recorded. Each Zoom classes will likely be streamed dwell on the garrison’s YouTube account at youtube.com/usaghawaii/live.
Discover on-line video shows and paperwork on the undertaking web site, home.army.mil/hawaii/index.php/OahuEIS.
Along with the net scoping occasions, the general public could view and/or hearken to on-line video shows, evaluation undertaking paperwork and submit written feedback by means of the undertaking web site.
Oral feedback additionally could also be submitted by calling 808-556-8277, with recording companies accessible at 4 p.m. right this moment by means of 11:59 p.m. Thursday.
Written feedback additionally will likely be accepted till Sept. 1. Submit written feedback by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; mailing to Oahu ATLR EIS Feedback, P.O. Field 3444, Honolulu, HI 96801-3444; or through the undertaking web site.
“It is very important be aware that every one feedback are considered equally, no matter how they’re submitted,” the Military mentioned in a information launch.