Final open house set on livable military communities

  A. Lee Graham Reporter   Those wanting more information on Fort Worth’s role in the Planning for Livable Military Communities project are invited to an open house set for 5-7 p.m. Wednesday Aug. 21 at the Lake Worth Multipurpose and Meeting Facility, 7005 Charbonneau Road in Lake Worth.   The plan outlines recommendations and a central vision for building livable communities with quality jobs, safe and attractive neighborhoods, a healthy environment, strong economies, and housing and transportation choices.   The city of Fort Worth is participating in the project, with many recommendations expected to affect the city in general. The project’s overriding objective is supporting the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base by improving mobility to, from and around the facility. Also stressed are planning for residential and commercial uses that support the base and its employees.   The Planning for Livable Military Communities project is intended to support Fort Worth, Benbrook, Lake Worth, River Oaks, Sansom Park, Westworth Village, White Settlement and Tarrant County.   More information is available at