FLORIDA AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE<br />Michael Bomar, PE<br />Tetra Tech<br />September 9, 2011<br />
APPROACH<br />IDENTIFY ISSUES FOR EACH <br />JURISDICTION<br />DEVELOP <br />POTENTIAL<br />STRATEGIES<br />PROVIDE JLUS <...
IDENTIFY ISSUES FOR EACH <br />JURISDICTION<br />DEVELOP <br />POTENTIAL<br />STRATEGIES<br />PROVIDE JLUS <br />RECOMMEND...
Effective Disclosure Measures
Lighting Standards
Educational Handouts on Radio Frequency
Public Awareness Measures
Implement Sound Attenuation Construction Requirements
Identify Military Operations Areas on Public Documents
Military Influence Planning Area (MIPA) Ordinance
Small Area Studies
Comprehensive Plan & Land Development Code Updates
Military and Inter-Governmental Coordination
Limit Object Heights
Airspace Studies
Designate Specific Use Restrictions to Maintain Compatibility
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9/9 FRI 4:15 | Avon Park AFR: Joint Land Use Study 2

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Michael B. Bomar

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 Land Use Study 2

  1. 1. FLORIDA AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE<br />Michael Bomar, PE<br />Tetra Tech<br />September 9, 2011<br />
  2. 2. APPROACH<br />IDENTIFY ISSUES FOR EACH <br />JURISDICTION<br />DEVELOP <br />POTENTIAL<br />STRATEGIES<br />PROVIDE JLUS <br />RECOMMENDATIONS<br />
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  4. 4. IDENTIFY ISSUES FOR EACH <br />JURISDICTION<br />DEVELOP <br />POTENTIAL<br />STRATEGIES<br />PROVIDE JLUS <br />RECOMMENDATIONS<br />Highlands County<br />Avon Park<br />Sebring<br />Okeechobee County<br />Osceola County<br />Polk CountyFrostproof<br />APAFR<br /><ul><li>Design & Construction Standards
  5. 5. Effective Disclosure Measures
  6. 6. Lighting Standards
  7. 7. Educational Handouts on Radio Frequency
  8. 8. Public Awareness Measures
  9. 9. Implement Sound Attenuation Construction Requirements
  10. 10. Identify Military Operations Areas on Public Documents
  11. 11. Military Influence Planning Area (MIPA) Ordinance
  12. 12. Small Area Studies
  13. 13. Comprehensive Plan & Land Development Code Updates
  14. 14. Military and Inter-Governmental Coordination
  15. 15. Limit Object Heights
  16. 16. Airspace Studies
  17. 17. Designate Specific Use Restrictions to Maintain Compatibility
  18. 18. Voluntary Land or Development Rights Acquisition Program
  19. 19. Additional Noise Study
  20. 20. Site Specific R/AICUZ for APAFR
  21. 21. Types of Development Near APAFR Boundary
  22. 22. Military Operations Areas (MOAs)
  23. 23. Aircraft Noise
  24. 24. Blast Noise Intensity & Frequency
  25. 25. Low Level Flight Area
  26. 26. Outdoor Lighting-Night Vision Goggle Training
  27. 27. Bird / Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH)
  28. 28. Conservation Resources
  29. 29. Transportation Corridors & Study Areas
  30. 30. Unrestricted Public Access
  31. 31. General Aviation & Military Aircraft Conflicts</li></li></ul><li>INTEGRATED ROLES<br />APAFR JLUS<br />Public <br />JLUS Technical Working Group<br />JLUS Policy Committee<br />
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  36. 36. APAFR<br />F-35<br />Joint<br />Land<br />Use<br />Study<br />Environmental<br />Impact<br />Statement<br />=<br />
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  38. 38. RECOMMENDATIONS<br /><ul><li>ENVIRONMENTAL
  39. 39. NOISE
  40. 40. LAND USE
  41. 41. COORDINATION</li></li></ul><li>
  42. 42. FLORIDA AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE<br />Michael Bomar, PE<br />Tetra Tech<br />September 9, 2011<br />
  43. 43. RECOMMENDATIONS<br />
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  45. 45. MILITARY INFLUENCE PLANNING AREAS (MIPAs)<br /><ul><li>MIPA-I:Focused on addressing compatibility issues in a three mile buffer zone around the perimeter of the Range and those areas where a moderate risk of blast noise complaints occur. It also includes a portion of low level flight training areas and areas where night vision training is conducted. MIPA-I’s are focused on limiting density, object height, and nighttime light encroachment. The designation of MIPA-I’s are not recommended for all jurisdictions participating in this study.
  46. 46. MIPA-II: Identified to address compatibility issues related to blast noise, low level flight training and areas where night vision training is conducted. MIPA-II’s are focused on limiting density, object height, and nighttime light encroachment. MIPA-II designations are not recommended for all jurisdictions participating in this study.
  47. 47. MIPA-III: Related to Areas of low risk of blast noise complaints, the presence of civilian aircraft operations and this area’s general proximity to MIPA’s I and II. The distance beyond the Range boundary for MIPA-III’s vary but the MIPA-III areas generally exist in the low level of blast noise risk areas outside MIPA’s I and II.</li>

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