Residents will have an opportunity to give input on a master plan being developed for the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport.

The Federal Aviation Administration has provided the city of Killeen with a grant to develop a master plan for the airport.

Part of the process to create the master plan involves holding public meetings that will provide Central Texas residents, airport tenants and neighboring businesses the opportunity to learn more about the process and progress of the master plan and to provide their comments toward the future development of the airport, according to a post on the airport’s Facebook page.

Members of the master plan consultant team and city staff will be available at the public meetings to discuss the master plan, answer questions, and note citizens comments about the project.

Three public meetings will be held, with the one in Cove scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Technology Center Council Chambers, 508 S. Second St.

254-501-7568 | jferraro@kdhnews.com

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