More than 100 area residents attended a land-use meeting to look at future growth involving the town's close relationship with Fort Rucker.
Representatives from Fort Rucker along with the Southeast Alabama Planning Council spearheaded the meeting.
As part of its good neighbor policy, the military base is working with area cities trying to get a feel on working together.
With the population growing across the Wiregrass, elected officials say it's essential that future residential and business development not be in conflict with Fort Rucker's mission.
Within the last month, similar land-use workshop sessions have been held in both Daleville and Ozark.