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Travis Air Force Base
Restoration Advisory Board (RAB)
Why Have a RAB?
of Travis AFB's Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) have voiced their appreciation in knowing about the environmental cleanup at the Base. Travis Environmental Restoration staff find they can accomplish a great deal with input from former employees and community members who have an historic perspective of base operations. Travis enjoys having open communications with its neighbors and involved citizens. A public meeting is typically held on the third Thursday in April of each year (see Upcoming Events), and a RAB base tour is typically held on the third Thursday in October of each year.
Conduit to the Community
As RAB members gain an understanding of the studies and related cleanup decisions, they carry this information back to their neighbors, associates, and special interest groups. In this way, the RAB's role is one of assuring that information reaches the community. A RAB Subcommittee on Community Relations makes suggestions to Travis on how best to share the message of environmental cleanup.
The RAB Charter
- details on the purpose of the RAB
- find out who is on the RAB
- what has been discussed in previous RAB meetings
- RAB meetings, deadlines for public comments periods, other general schedule information