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Issue / Strategy between northeast North Carolina jurisdictions and the military to assist with early notification to developers. The checklist should not be regarded as a mechanism to approve or deny development. Beaufort County () should consider working with Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point () to develop, adopt and implement a development notification checklist for the county area within Restricted Area R-5306A. Other Primary Partners: Towns of Creswell, Roper, and Plymouth COM-5C DCR Coordination MAA Formalize Dare County Range in Development Reviews Jurisdictions within five miles of the Dare County Range and within Restricted Area airspace should formalize development reviews by Seymour Johnson AFB / Dare County Range in planning documents and Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) Land Use Plans per the checklist established in Strategy COM-3C and pursuant to North Carolina General Statute Section 153A-323 for areas within five miles of the Dare County Range. Include formalizing this same requirement within Restricted Area airspace. Include procedures for military notification and timeframes for review to support a proactive approach for identifying and mitigating potential military incompatibilities. Provisions should specify:            Defining planning actions that require military review Identification of the Points of Contact in the development review process Formal procedures for transmitting applications to Seymour Johnson AFB / Dare County Range Formal procedures for requesting and receiving comments Timeline for military responses considering review timeframes specified by state law and local procedures Notification to Seymour Johnson AFB / Dare County Range on all public   Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report Page 95