South Georgia Regional Development Center . JLUS Public Meeting September 18, 2008 Lowndes County. th. What is JLUS?. • JLUS is a cooperative land use planning effort between military installations and the surrounding communities.
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JLUS Public Meeting
September 18, 2008
• JLUS is a cooperative land use planning effort between
military installations and the
• The JLUS program promotes compatible community growth that supports military training and operational missions.
• The JLUS program is sponsored by the Department
of Defense’s Office of
•Encourages cooperative land use planning between
military and surrounding communities
•Encourages future community growth and
development to be compatible with military operations
•Reduces military impact on adjacent communities
•Uses Air Installation Compatible Use Zone (AICUZ)/Installation Compatible Use Zone (ICUZ) data in community planning
•Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) provides
community planning assistance grants for “Joint Land Use Studies”
Public Involvement Principles
September 18, 2008 - Lowndes County - 5:30 PM
January 22, 2009 - Berrien County - 5:30 PM
March 19, 2009 - Lanier County - 5:30 PM
Once data has been collected, a Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) will be formed to provide an opportunity for interested citizens to have input into the drafting of proposed policy recommendations.
The CAC will provide an open forum in which citizens may ask questions and review and provide input on the policy recommendations before they are finalized and submitted to the JLUS Policy Committee. Citizens who sign up for the CAC will receive advance notice of CAC meetings, and will have the opportunity to provide input online at www.sgrdc.com or in person during the CAC meetings.
The Policy Committee includes the chief elected officials of the local governments in the JLUS study area. The Policy Committee is responsible for the overall direction of the JLUS, preparation and approval of the study design, approval of draft and final written reports, approval of policy recommendations, and monitoring implementation of the adopted policies.
The Technical Committee includes representatives from city and county management and planning staffs, Moody Air Force Base planners, and the RDC. The Technical Committee is responsible for identifying and studying technical issues related to developing policy recommendations to the Policy Committee.
Mayor of Lakeland
Executive Director, SGRDC
Department of Defense
Col. Kenneth E. Todorov
Col Steven K. Lambert
Lt. Col Greg A. Williams
John Eunice III
William S. Bryan
Parker Greene, Chair
Executive Director, Moody Support Com.
Lowndes County Commission Chair
Mayor of Valdosta
Mayor of Hahira
Mayor of Ray City
Mayor of Nashville
Berrien County Commission Chair
City Manager, City of Hahira
Director, Valdosta/Lowndes Inspections
Executive Director, Valdosta/Lowndes Airport Auth.
County Administrator, Berrien County
Code Enforcement, Berrien County
City Administrator, Nashville
Zoning Administrator, Nashville
County Administrator, Lanier County
Zoning Administrator, Lakeland
Robert L. Jefferson
Brad Folsom, Chair
Attorney At Law
Moore Clarke Duvall & Rogers
SGRDC Asst. Executive Director
SGRDC Community and Economic Director
SGRDC Planning Director
SGRDC Comprehensive Planner
SGRDC Jr. Planner
Lowndes County Planner
Planning and Zoning Administrator, City of Valdosta
City Manager, City of Valdosta
County Manager, Lowndes County
I. Project Initiation
III. Inventory of Information and Data Mapping
V. Analysis of Future Development Potential and Assessment of Future Land Conflicts
VI. Development of Land Use Compatibility Recommendations
VII. Prepare Final Report
Administration & Management
Analysis of Current Conflicts
Analysis of Future Conflicts
For More Information:
Marty LeFiles, SGRDC
Julia Shewchuk, SGRDC