Florida APA<br />09.09.11<br />
Joint Land Use Study (JLUS)<br /><ul><li>A cooperative land use planning study involving a military installation and surro...
POLK COUNTY<br />OSCEOLA COUNTY<br />FROSTPROOF<br />AVON PARK<br />SEBRING<br />OKEECHOBEE COUNTY<br />HIGHLANDS COUNTY<b...
MOA<br />
INTEGRATED ROLES<br />APAFR JLUS<br />Public <br />JLUS Technical Working Group<br />JLUS Policy Committee<br />
CROSS-JURISDITIONAL COORDINATION<br />
NEXT STEPS<br /><ul><li>Present  Report and Recommendations to Commission or Council of each Jurisdiction for Action
Work with Staff and Elected Officials from Each Jurisdiction to Implement Recommendations
Coordinate Policy Committee Meetings as Needed or Semi-annually with Range and other Jurisdictions</li></li></ul><li>Depar...
OEA  MISSION  STATEMENT<br />The Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA), in coordination with other resources of the Federal ...
Engage the private sector in order to plan and undertake community economic development and base redevelopment; and
Work with the Military Departments in support of DoD’s missions.</li></li></ul><li>OEA  JLUS  PROGRAM<br />DoD shall take ...
WHAT  IS “ENCROACHMENT?”<br />Factors Affecting Military Readiness<br />
JLUS  ROLES:  THE MILITARY<br />Recommend and support JLUS nomination<br />Represent installation interests <br />Provide ...
JLUS ROLES:  THE COMMUNITY<br />Sponsor the JLUS effort<br />Provide staff time & expertise <br />Provide the leadership t...
ORGANIZE<br />PLAN<br />IMPLEMENT<br />Continuous Dialogue and Sharing of Information<br />JLUS  PROCESS<br />
JLUS  IMPLEMENTATION<br />Example Implementation Tools and Actions <br /><ul><li>Real estate disclosure
Comprehensive plan
Zoning or zoning overlay districts
Joint Airport Zoning Board
Modify Capital Improvement Plan
Subdivision and site plan regulations
Building code regulations (sound attenuation)
Transfer/purchase of development rights
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9/9 FRI 4:15 | Avon Park AFR: Joint Lands Use Study 1

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Helen Sears
Daniel L. Glasson
Lt Col Charles E. Maclaughlin

Incompatible growth near military facilities can threaten our national defense. Learn what types of development can conflict with military training. Explore the challenges of conducting
multi-jurisdictional studies to promote appropriate land uses, around military facilities. Panelists will discuss lessons learned during the course of a Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) of four counties
and three cities for the Avon Park Air Force Range, and close coordination with conservation groups. Strategies to develop support from the community and public officials for measures such as transfer of development rights to buffer the public from
the impacts of necessary military activities will be discussed.

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9/9 FRI 4:15 | Avon Park AFR: Joint Lands Use Study 1

  1. 1. Florida APA<br />09.09.11<br />
  2. 2. Joint Land Use Study (JLUS)<br /><ul><li>A cooperative land use planning study involving a military installation and surrounding communities to promote compatible community growth and support the military training mission.</li></li></ul><li>PURPOSE OF THE JLUS<br />Protect the health, safety and welfare of the local community with regard to military operations.<br />Address development that is threatening or may threaten the Range’s mission and support for our national security.<br />
  3. 3. POLK COUNTY<br />OSCEOLA COUNTY<br />FROSTPROOF<br />AVON PARK<br />SEBRING<br />OKEECHOBEE COUNTY<br />HIGHLANDS COUNTY<br />
  4. 4. MOA<br />
  5. 5. INTEGRATED ROLES<br />APAFR JLUS<br />Public <br />JLUS Technical Working Group<br />JLUS Policy Committee<br />
  6. 6. CROSS-JURISDITIONAL COORDINATION<br />
  7. 7.
  8. 8. NEXT STEPS<br /><ul><li>Present Report and Recommendations to Commission or Council of each Jurisdiction for Action
  9. 9. Work with Staff and Elected Officials from Each Jurisdiction to Implement Recommendations
  10. 10. Coordinate Policy Committee Meetings as Needed or Semi-annually with Range and other Jurisdictions</li></li></ul><li>Department of Defense (DoD)<br />Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA)<br />Daniel Glasson: Project Manager<br />09.09.11<br />
  11. 11. OEA MISSION STATEMENT<br />The Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA), in coordination with other resources of the Federal Government, assists states and communities to: <br /><ul><li>Plan and carry out local adjustment strategies;
  12. 12. Engage the private sector in order to plan and undertake community economic development and base redevelopment; and
  13. 13. Work with the Military Departments in support of DoD’s missions.</li></li></ul><li>OEA JLUS PROGRAM<br />DoD shall take the leadership role in assisting State and local governments in preventing the encroachment of civilian communities from impairing the operational utility of military installations.¹<br />It is DoD policy to work toward achieving compatibility between military installations and neighboring civilian communities by a joint compatible land use planning and control process conducted by the local community in cooperation with the local military installation.²<br /> ¹DoD Instruction 5410.12, “Economic Adjustment Assistance to Defense-Impacted Communities,” reissued July 5, 2006<br /> ² DoD Instruction 3030.3, “Joint Land Use Study Program (JLUS),” July 13, 2004<br />
  14. 14. WHAT IS “ENCROACHMENT?”<br />Factors Affecting Military Readiness<br />
  15. 15. JLUS ROLES: THE MILITARY<br />Recommend and support JLUS nomination<br />Represent installation interests <br />Provide leadership, guidance, and technical support to the JLUS Policy Committee<br />Provide data and information to study<br />Participate in JLUS meetings<br />Provide comments on study drafts <br />
  16. 16. JLUS ROLES: THE COMMUNITY<br />Sponsor the JLUS effort<br />Provide staff time & expertise <br />Provide the leadership to complete JLUS<br />Fund its part of the JLUS effort <br /> (10% non-Federal match)<br />Provide public information<br />Identify issues and opportunities<br />Resolve issues<br />Implement JLUS recommendations<br /><ul><li>Seek and coordinate Federal, State, local and private resources</li></li></ul><li>JLUS ROLES: OEA<br />Confirm need for JLUS<br />Provide guidance to initiate, conduct and complete a community-driven JLUS<br />Provide technical assistance to the local jurisdiction and installation<br />Provide funding assistance to the local jurisdiction to prepare a JLUS and implement recommendations<br />Facilitate communications between the local jurisdiction and the installation<br />
  17. 17. ORGANIZE<br />PLAN<br />IMPLEMENT<br />Continuous Dialogue and Sharing of Information<br />JLUS PROCESS<br />
  18. 18. JLUS IMPLEMENTATION<br />Example Implementation Tools and Actions <br /><ul><li>Real estate disclosure
  19. 19. Comprehensive plan
  20. 20. Zoning or zoning overlay districts
  21. 21. Joint Airport Zoning Board
  22. 22. Modify Capital Improvement Plan
  23. 23. Subdivision and site plan regulations
  24. 24. Building code regulations (sound attenuation)
  25. 25. Transfer/purchase of development rights
  26. 26. Purchase avigation/buffer easements
  27. 27. Land acquisition/lease
  28. 28. Relocation of Interstate Highway Interchange</li></li></ul><li>Completed Joint Land Use Studies<br />86 Completed as of December 2010<br />(1985-2010)<br />
  29. 29. Avon Park Air Ground Training Complex (AAGTC)<br />Lieutenant Colonel Charles MacLaughlin<br />APAFR Base Commander <br />
  30. 30. Avon Park Air Ground Training Complex (AAGTC)<br />AAGTC Mission:<br /> Provide a world-class training complex, relevant and sustainable, focused on the joint interagency multinational air-ground combat team while supporting compatible missions for National Defense<br /> Open to All Services and Coalition Partners <br />Product of Post 9/11 Lessons Learned,<br />Audit Findings, and Customer Inputs<br />
  31. 31. AAGTC ConceptIntegrate and Train Like We Fight<br />Provide the best:<br />Large Force, Full Spectrum Training Exercises <br />Close Air Support (CAS) training east of the Mississippi<br />Location for realistic Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) scenarios<br />Special Operations training site<br />
  32. 32. AAGTC Training Space<br />Eglin<br />NAS JAX<br />Tyndall<br />Patrick<br />MacDill AFB<br />Avon Park AFR<br />W-168<br />W-174A<br />W-174B<br />Largest Training Complex <br /> East of the Mississippi<br />106,000 Acre Day/Night Training Range<br />Small Arms Range<br />Limited Electronic Warfare/Smokey Sam<br />Obstacle Course<br />Navigation Course<br />Other Special Use Airspace<br />Low-level Routes<br />Air Refueling Areas<br />Military Working Areas<br />NAS Key West<br />
  33. 33. North Tactical & Conventional Impact Area<br />Multiple Assault Zones<br /> & Ground/Army Training<br />South Tactical & Conventional Impact Area<br />Other Training Areas<br />Avon Park Impact/Training Area<br />Main Base<br /> - Runway/Flt line<br /> - Share w/ State<br />
  34. 34. Other Missions<br />Forestry<br />Grazing<br />Outdoor Recreation<br />Wildlife Management<br />Natural Areas<br />Generates over $750,000 in revenue <br />&<br />Promotes Range Sustainability<br />

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