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Local Planning Required to Address Noise Impacts at MCAS Beaufort, Study Says

  • March 18, 2015
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To reduce land use conflicts with two installations near the southern tip of South Carolina — Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island — local jurisdictions should improve coordination with military officials and consider amending the overlay boundaries associated with the buffer zone for the air station to reflect the impacts of the F-35B fighter aircraft, according to draft reports of a joint land use study released this month. The study calls for the two installations to monitor the environmental impacts of their military activities and to engage in additional public outreach. The local jurisdictions should consider updating their comprehensive plans and regional growth policies to encourage compatibility between the installations and their neighbors …

Closer Coordination with Community Would Benefit Virginia Base, JLUS Says

  • March 12, 2015
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Naval Support Facility Dahlgren and King George County, Va., should take steps to reach out to the other as a way to avoid potential conflicts that could interfere with the installation’s weapons research and development mission, according to the recommendations of a two-year-long joint land use study. The county, for example, should integrate the facility into the review process for proposed developments planned around impact areas. In the past, projects in areas experiencing increased noise levels from Navy operations have been approved without base officials being aware of the plans …

Officials Look to Limit Incompatible Land Uses outside Montana National Guard Facility

  • December 18, 2014
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An effort to protect an Army National Guard training facility in Helena, Mont., from encroachment has identified a variety of issues in which potential conflicts with the surrounding community could be reduced. The recommended solutions are part of the draft report from a $160,000, two-year joint land use study (JLUS) for Fort Harrison. Issues the community should address include roadway conditions and capacity, air quality, and light and glare, reported the Independent Record. Another issue considered in the report is the use of land use regulations to limit the height of buildings and structures, a critical concern for helicopter operations at the installation …

South Dakota Authority Needs Consultant for JLUS at Ellsworth AFB

  • December 3, 2014
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The South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority (SDEDA) in Rapid City, S.D., is seeking proposals from qualified firms to prepare a joint land use study for the communities surrounding Ellsworth Air Force Base. The effort is funded by DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment which provides grants to state and local governments to conduct a JLUS to support the long-term sustainability and operability of military installation complexes. Interested firms must demonstrate knowledge and experience in community planning, development and land use issues, impact/analysis concerning air installation compatible use zones, economic development, and military installation management and operations …

David Larson, Longtime OEA Deputy, Retires

  • November 30, 2014
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David Larson, who oversaw thousands of funding awards to communities affected by closure, realignment and mission growth as the deputy director for programs for DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA), retired from the Defense Department last month after serving at the agency for 23 years. Larson oversaw almost $3 billion in awards to local and state governments, helping defense communities to both prepare for and cope with BRAC actions, and to protect neighboring installations from incompatible growth. He managed support for the Defense Economic Adjustment Program and the Economic Adjustment Committee, a 22-agency effort to support communities responding to defense program changes …

N.C. County Seeks Consultant to Perform JLUS at MCAS Cherry Point

  • November 19, 2014
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Carteret County, N.C.., is seeking proposals from qualified firms to prepare a joint land use study for Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, ALF Bogue, OLF Atlantic, BT-11, BT-9 and the surrounding communities. The effort is funded by DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment which provides grants to state and local governments to conduct a JLUS to support the long-term sustainability and operability of military installation complexes. Interested firms must demonstrate knowledge and experience in community planning, development and land use issues, ecosystem management/impact analysis, fiscal impact analysis, economic development, and military installation management and operations. A final JLUS report will be completed by Dec. 31, 2015. Responses are due by Dec. 19, 2014, at 4 p.m. The complete request for proposal may be found on the Carteret County website. All questions regarding this RFP shall be in written form and directed to Eugene Foxworth at eugene.foxworth@carteretcountync.gov.

Connecticut Town Needs Consultant to Prepare JLUS for National Guard Facility

  • November 4, 2014
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The town of East Lyme, Conn., is seeking proposals from qualified firms to prepare a joint land use study (JLUS) for Stones Ranch Military Reservation, including Camp Niantic, and surrounding communities. The effort is funded by DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment which provides grants to state and local governments to conduct a JLUS to support the long-term sustainability and operability of a military installation. Interested firms must demonstrate knowledge and experience in community planning, development and land use issues, fiscal impact analysis, economic development, and military installation management and operations …

Utah National Guard, Neighbors Look to Protect Training Site

  • October 28, 2014
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Officials with the Utah National Guard and communities surrounding Camp Williams are considering recommendations in a recent joint land use study to protect the facility from encroachment as residential development approaches its perimeter. One strategy the city of Herriman is pursuing to preserve open space around the installation, located 30 miles south of Salt Lake City, is to obtain funding from the Army Compatible Use Buffer program. The city could use properties where development is restricted to enhance outdoor recreation opportunities …

Connecticut Town to Conduct Land Use Study for National Guard Facility

  • October 22, 2014
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The town of East Lyme, Conn., is moving ahead with a joint land use study intended to ensure land uses in communities surrounding Stones Ranch Military Reservation remain compatible with the training facility. Stones Ranch encompasses nearly 2,000 acres of land managed by the Connecticut Army National Guard in East Lyme, Old Lyme and Lyme. Old Lyme will be one of the partners participating in the study, which also will analyze Camp Niantic; Lyme will not participate in the study, however …

El Paso, Southern New Mexico JLUS Reveals Roadmap for Protecting Region’s Bases

  • October 13, 2014
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There are a number of strategies El Paso, Texas, and communities in southern New Mexico can pursue to prevent encroachment surrounding Fort Bliss, White Sands Missile Range and Holloman AFB, according to draft results from a recently completed joint land use study. The most urgent strategies for ensuring compatible land uses in the region include mapping regional energy development opportunities, promoting interagency consultation on land use, promoting an integrated regional water planning process and establishing a notification process for vertical structures, Elizabeth Drake, the JLUS project manager for AECOM, told a public meeting last week in Alamogordo, N.M. …

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