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Final Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS

The Policy Committee approved the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base and Dare County Range Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) at a meeting on May 30, 2017. The JLUS documents reflect the input and comments received during the Public Review period conducted from Feb 28, 2017 through March 24, 2017. The final JLUS Executive Summary, JLUS Report and companion Appendix, and Background Report can be viewed by clicking on the cover images below.

 

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JLUS Executive Summary

The JLUS Executive Summary serves as a quick reference describing the purpose of a JLUS and providing an overview of the key JLUS recommendations and Military Compatibility Awareness Areas.

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JLUS Report

The JLUS Report presents an overview of the JLUS planning process, purpose and objectives of the study and the recommended Implementation Plan.

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JLUS Report Appendix

The JLUS Report Appendix provides supporting documents to the JLUS Report and include:

  • Appendix A – Seymour Johnson AFB Air Installation Compatible Use Zone Study, 2011
  • Appendix B – Dare County Range Navy Air Installations Compatible Use Zone Study 2016
  • Appendix C – Overview of North Carolina Military Compatibility Legislation
  • Appendix D – Military Land Use Compatibility Guidelines
  • Appendix E – North Carolina Rural Community and Military Compatibility Planning Advisory Handbook
  • Appendix F – Practical Guide to Compatible Civilian Development Near Military Installations, DOD, Office of Economic Adjustment

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JLUS Background Report

The JLUS Background Report provides the technical background and detailed assessment of the compatibility issues that are the basis for the JLUS recommendations.

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Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS - Public Draft Review

The links below provide access to the Public Draft documents that make up the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base (AFB) and Dare County Range Joint Land Use Study (JLUS). These documents are being released for public review and comment as part of a review period that will end at midnight on March 24, 2017.

The contact person for this project is Will Best with the North Carolina Department of Commerce Rural Economic Development Division. Comments may be mailed to Mr. Best at: 301 North Wilmington Street, 4346 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-4346 or emailed to him (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for email) no later than midnight on March 24, 2017.

In order to develop a study that is responsive to local needs, input from the community is critical. You are encouraged to join us at the Public Workshop #3 (details listed in article below) to provide your questions, comments, or concerns on the Public Draft JLUS.

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This is the main JLUS document, and provides a summary of key findings, areas affected, and recommended strategies.
     
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This document provides detailed information on existing conditions and compatibility issues.
     
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This file (provided in Microsoft Word) can be used to submit comments on the Public Draft JLUS and Background Report.

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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.