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COM-4 Issue / Strategy Communication / Coordination between Wayne County, City of Goldsboro and Seymour Johnson AFB regarding Development Review While Seymour Johnson AFB and jurisdictions may engage in informal verbal and electronic communications, there is no formalized reciprocal coordination that delineates points of contact, types of projects, review timeframes, roles and responsibilities, or acknowledgement of Session Law 2014-79 between Seymour Johnson AFB and the City of Goldsboro and Wayne County for review of development plans. COM-4A Seymour Johnson AFB MCAOD Establish a Seymour Johnson AFB JLUS Implementation Coordination Committee Short-Term     Establish a Seymour Johnson AFB JLUS Implementation Coordination Committee to maintain efficient and effective coordination among the City of Goldsboro, Wayne County and Seymour Johnson AFB, oversee the implementation of JLUS recommendations, and enhance long-term coordination on military compatibility issues. The Seymour Johnson AFB JLUS Implementation Coordination Committee should meet on a regular basis as agreed upon by the Committee. Consider committee membership from the JLUS Policy Committee as well as other community partners as deemed appropriate to maintain continuity and institutional project knowledge. Consider the formation of a technical subcommittee comprising Technical Advisory Committee members to address technical aspects of the JLUS implementation. Other Primary Partners: NC Department of Commerce Rural Economic Development Division, NC Department of Military and Veterans Affairs   Page 90 Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report