The workshops are scheduled from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. each day. Workshops locations are Jan. 25, at Lutie School, 5802 U.S. Highway 160 Theodosia, Missouri, Jan. 27, at Forsyth Public School Cafeteria, 178 Panther Road Forsyth, Missouri and Jan. 28, at the Arkansas State Sheid Center, 1600 S. College Street Mountain Home, Arkansas.
At the drop-in public workshops, a short informational video will be playing at 15 minute intervals. Representatives from the Corps will be available to answer questions and maps will be shown to provide an overview of the revision. This will be the final public outreach engagement for the Bull Shoals Lake Master Plan revision process.
The Corps’ master plans set the vision for all use and development of a project’s federal public lands and waters surrounding our reservoirs, recognizing the ongoing activities of others in the watershed; specifically, environmental stewardship and recreation related purposes.
The final revised Bull Shoals Master Plan and Environmental Assessment will be available on the following website in early January: http://go.usa.gov/cBfcd
Release no. 15-126