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Committee Overview

Who Will Guide the Development of the JLUS?

Two committees, comprising city, county, military, and other stakeholders will guide the development of the Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS. These committees are:

Policy Committee (PC). The PC consists of several appointed civic and business leaders as well as military leadership; and City and County elected officials. This committee is responsible for leading the direction of the JLUS and monitoring the implementation and adoption of policies and strategies.

Throughout the JLUS process, the PC will work with the appointed JLUS staff members representing the multiple local organizations and jurisdictions. The members of the PC are:

David Clegg
County Manager, Committee Chair
Tyrrell County 
 
Colonel Mark “Slokes” Slocum
4 FW Commander
Seymour Johnson AFB
Bill R. Sexton Jr.
Commissioner, Vice Chair
Washington County
 
Colonel Ander “Saint” Bernard
4 FW Vice-Commander
Seymour Johnson AFB
Randall K. Woodruff
County Manager
Beaufort County
 
Stewart Cox
Civilian Deputy Commander, 4th MSG
Seymour Johnson AFB
Traci White
Planning Director
Bertie County
Rob Hosford
Government Affairs / Advisor to the Commissioner
NC Department of Agriculture
 
Bobby Outten
County Manager
Dare County
Bryan Gossage
Military Affairs
NC Department of Environmental & Natural
Resources
 
Earl Pugh Jr.
Commissioner
Hyde County
Sebastian Montagne
DOT Deputy Secretary
NC Department of Transportation
 
Bill Pate
Commissioner
Wayne County
Mike Bryant
US Fish and Wildlife
Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge
 
Chuck Allen
Goldsboro City Council
City of Goldsboro
Cyrena Eitler
OEA Project Lead
Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment
 
William Pitt
Washington City Council
City of Washington
Will Best
JLUS Project Manager
North Carolina Department of Commerce    
 
Dr Patricia Mitchell
Assistant Secretary for Rural Development
North Carolina Department of Commerce
As Assigned
North Carolina Association of County Commissioners 
 
As Assigned
North Carolina League of Municipalities
 

 

Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The purpose of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is to provide the technical expertise, feedback, and suggestions to the JLUS team and to serve as communications liaisons to their respective stakeholder groups of the PC.

The TAC identifies and addresses technical issues, provides feedback on report development, and assists in the development and evaluation of implementation strategies and tools. These stakeholders will also be engaged with the PC, in an advisory role, and may attend PC meetings.  The members of the TAC are:

David Clegg
County Manager
Tyrrell County 
Brian Alligood
City Manager
City of Washington
 
John Pack
Emergency Management
Beaufort Coonty
Stewart Cox
Civilian Deputy Commander, 4th MSG
Seymour Johnson AFB
 
Bobby Outten
County Manager
Dare County
Dennis Goodson
4th Civil Engineer Squadron
Seymour Johnson AFB
 
Bill Rich
County Manager
Hyde County
Colonel Ander “Saint” Bernard
4 FW Vice-Commander
Seymour Johnson AFB
 
Traci White
Planning Director
Bertie County
Mike Bryant
US Fish and Wildlife
Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge
 
Buster Manning
Commissioner
Washington County
Bryan Gossage
Military Affairs
NC Department of Environmental & Natural
Resources
 
George Wood
County Manager
Wayne County
Rob Hosford
Government Affairs / Advisor to the Commissioner
NC Department of Agriculture
 
Jimmy Rowe
Planning Director
City of Goldsboro
Will Best
JLUS Project Manager
North Carolina Department of Commerce  
 
Denise Evans
Community Planner, 4th Civil Engineering Squadron
Seymour Johnson AFB
Sebastian Montagne
DOT Deputy Secretary
NC Department of Transportation
 

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This study was prepared under contract with the North Carolina Department of Commerce, with financial support from the Office of Economic Adjustment, Department of Defense and contributions from the State of North Carolina. The content reflects the views of the key JLUS partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.