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Town Hall at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph

By Airman Shelby Pruitt | 502nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs | Oct. 15, 2018

JOINT BASE SAN ANOTNIO-RANDOLPH, Texas —

Col. Jeffrey F. Carter, 502nd Security Forces Group commander, is scheduled to hold a town hall meeting Oct. 17, 2018, from 4-5 p.m. in the Fleenor Auditorium at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.

The meeting is open to all personnel working or housed at JBSA-Randolph.

“The 502nd SFG’s goal is to reach as many workers and residents on JBSA-Randolph with beneficial information to help them make informed decisions and provide them an opportunity to ask questions that are important to them,” said William Conshue, 502nd SFG Technical Director.

As the executive agent for JBSA-Randolph, Carter will lead the discussion with representatives from the 902nd Security Force Squadron, the 12th Flying Training Wing, Hunt Housing, the 902nd Civil Engineer Squadron and AAFES. 

During the meeting, the roles for the 502nd SFG and the Environmental Assessment for JBSA-Randolph will be discussed.

The 902nd SFS plans to talk about crime trends to look out for on base, Lindsey Gate closures and base housing trick or treating plans for Halloween. The 12th FTW will discuss points for the Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard program, or BASH, and tree trimming around JBSA-Randolph. Hunt Housing is scheduled to brief on the concerns about lead based paint in base housing. The 902nd CES representatives will talk about the Electrical Transformer Project and lead based paint in government facilities.

The recent law change for San Antonio, Tobacco 21, will be a topic of discussion as well.

AAFES plans to discuss with residents about their plans for updating the gas station.

Career Fairs at JBSA-Randolph is another important topic planned for the town hall, along with the 502nd Security Force Squadron calendar.

As always, questions and concerns are welcomed at the town hall and the representatives will do their best to address anything brought up by JBSA-Randolph residents.