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Inside Chapter 1 . . .
1.1
Introduction ............................................................................................ 1‐1
1.2
What Is a Joint Land Use Study ? ............................................................ 1‐2
1.4
Why Prepare a Joint Land Use Study ?.................................................... 1‐3
1.5
JLUS Study Area ...................................................................................... 1‐8
1.6
JLUS Background Report Organization ................................................... 1‐9
1.1 Introduction
Military installations are critical to local , regiona generating thousands of jobs and millions of dol activity and tax revenue . In the past , incompatib factor in the loss of operational capabilities and critical components to other military installation missions and closure of military installations hav host communities . To protect the missions of m of local economies and industries that rely on th addressed through collaboration and joint plann local communities . This Joint Land Use Study ( JL existing compatibility issues , facilitate the preven improve coordination between the local commu Force Base ( AFB ) and Dare County Range ( DCR ).
Seymour Johnson AFB is situated in Wayne Coun approximately 45 miles southeast of Raleigh . DC approximately 150 miles east of Seymour Johnso Carolina , along the coast . Surrounded by the Alli Refuge , DCR is about 18 miles from the Outer Ba study area includes broad geographic areas in th several communities and agencies that participa Partners include Wayne County and the City of G Johnson AFB , Dare County and the Alligator Rive home of DCR , and the counties of Beaufort , Bert and the City Washington , which are areas under
Background Report
Inside Chapter 1 . . . 1.1 1.1   Introduction  ............................................................................................  1 ‐1   1.2   What Is a Joint Land Use Study? ............................................................  1 ‐2   1.4   Why Prepare a Joint Land Use Study?....................................................  1 ‐3   1.5   JLUS Study Area ......................................................................................  1 ‐8   1.6   JLUS Background Report Organization  ...................................................  1 ‐9   Military installations are critical to local, regional, and state economies,  generating thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in annual economic  activity and tax revenue. In the past, incompatible development has been a  factor in the loss of operational capabilities and restructuring of mission‐ critical components to other military installations. The loss of military  missions and closure of military installations have been detrimental to their  host communities.  To protect the missions of military installations and health  of local economies and industries that rely on them, encroachment must be  addressed through collaboration and joint planning between installations and  local communities.  This Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) attempts to mitigate  existing compatibility issues, facilitate the prevention of future issues, and  improve coordination between the local communities, Seymour Johnson Air  Force Base (AFB) and Dare County Range (DCR).          Seymour Johnson AFB is situated in Wayne County, North Carolina,  approximately 45 miles southeast of Raleigh. DCR, located in Dare County, is  approximately 150 miles east of Sey )ͽ  ѕɻ 9ѣ ) ɽ ѡ л Mɽչ ѡ ѽ Iٕ 9ѥ ] )I՝  K ɽ ѡ =ѕ ѱѥ = Q )Ց ɕ Ց ɽ Ʌ ɕ ѡ ѡ 9 ɕ ݥѣ )͕ٕɅ չѥ ѡ ѥѕ ѡ )1UO ѹ̻ )Aѹ Ց ]幗 չ ѡ ͉ɼ M嵽 ))ͽ  ɗ չ ѡ ѽ Iٕ 9ѥ ] I՝ )  H ѡ չѥ ՙг ѥ !呔 Qɕ ]͡ѽ ) ѡ ]͡ѽ ݡ ɗ ɕ չ ٕəл + + ) ɽչ I )%ɽՍѥ+ )A NJ@