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Issue / Strategy ID Geographic Area Issue / Strategy Timeframe City of Goldsboro City of Washington Beaufort County Bertie County COM-5 Communication / Coordination between Northeast North Carolina Jurisdictions and Seymour Johnson AFB for Development Review There is no formalized reciprocal consultation between Seymour Johnson AFB / Dare County Range and northeast North Carolina counties, ci development plans. COM-5A DCR Coordination MAA Dare County Range Representation as a Non-Voting Member on Planning Boards and Commissions In an effort to continue a collaborative partnership on planning and land use matters, include in the Memorandum of Agreement in Strategy 2B, a provision for Dare County Range representation to participate as a non-voting member on northeast North Carolina JLUS Study Area jurisdiction Planning Boards and Commissions, to provide notification and opportunity to attend meetings and provide technical input on military compatibility issues. As an alternative, consider provisions for coordination with planners and Boards of Commissioners in the Memorandum of Agreement and electronic reviews of development applications. Short-Term •� � •�• COM-5B DCR Coordination MAA Adopt Development Notification Checklist Jurisdictions within five miles of the Dare County Range and within areas of Restricted Area airspace should work with Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range to develop, adopt and implement a development notification checklist that will assist jurisdictions, developers, residents and the military with identifying development types that could potentially be incompatible with the Seymour Johnson AFB mission at the Dare County Range. The checklist should define applicable development types, locations and scales that warrant military review and should be standardized for use by all jurisdictions to ensure consistency and eliminate interpretation in how, when and where the checklist is applied. The checklist could be used as a tool for a continuing dialog Short-Term � �� � • Page 94 Seymour Johnson AFB and D COM-5 Issue / Strategy Communication / Coordination between Northeast North Carolina Jurisdictions and Seymour Johnson AFB for Development Review There is no formalized reciprocal consultation between Seymour Johnson AFB / Dare County Range and northeast North Carolina counties, cities, and towns for review of development plans. COM-5A DCR Coordination MAA Dare County Range Representation as a Non-Voting Member on Planning Boards and Commissions COM-5B DCR Coordination MAA Adopt Development Notification Checklist Short-Term    Short-Term       In an effort to continue a collaborative partnership on planning and land use matters, include in the Memorandum of Agreement in Strategy 2B, a provision for Dare County Range representation to participate as a non-voting member on northeast North Carolina JLUS Study Area jurisdiction Planning Boards and Commissions, to provide notification and opportunity to attend meetings and provide technical input on military compatibility issues. As an alternative, consider provisions for coordination with planners and Boards of Commissioners in the Memorandum of Agreement and electronic reviews of development applications. Jurisdictions within five miles of the Dare County Range and within areas of Restricted Area airspace should work with Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range to develop, adopt and implement a development notification checklist that will assist jurisdictions, developers, residents and the military with identifying development types that could potentially be incompatible with the Seymour Johnson AFB mission at the Dare County Range.   The checklist should define applicable development types, locations and scales that warrant military review and should be standardized for use by all jurisdictions to ensure consistency and elimi ]H[\]][ۈ[[[\HBX\\\YY HX\[H\Y\H܈H۝[Z[X[°YHM^[[\ۈQ[\H[H[HT\ܝ