A16. Public involvement is an important part of the Corps' FUDS Program. The Corps may host public meetings (such as the one held Oct. 30, 2001, in Arlington), distribute news releases, print public notices in the newspaper, host a website, mail fact sheets and other information to interested citizens, and establish a Restoration Advisory Board.
To receive mailings, you can request to be added to the former Five Points OLF project mailing list by calling the Corps' Fort Worth District Public Affairs Office at 817-886-1313 or sending an email to FUDSmailinglist@usace.army.mil. Be sure to include your full name and mailing address. You may also give your daytime and evening phone numbers and email address. (You can be removed from the mailing list at any time by calling 817-886-1313.)
A Restoration Advisory Board, or RAB, is made up of interested community members who reflect the diverse interests of the local community, as well as representatives of state, local and federal agencies. A RAB is designed to serve as a focal point for the exchange of information between the Corps and the community. There is currently no RAB for the Former Five Points OLF, but if you are interested in participating in a RAB for this site, contact the Corps' Fort Worth District Public Affairs Office at 817-886-1313.
In addition, the Corps has documents related to the Former Five Points OLF FUDS project that are available to the public. The information repository for these documents is the Arlington Central Library, 101 E. Abram Street, Arlington, Texas 76010.