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      Issue / Strategy for compliance, provisions for nonconformities that are substantially damaged or destroyed, and incorporate notification requirements to Seymour Johnson AFB for structures that are less than 200 ft. tall and not subject to a Federal Aviation Administration Obstruction Evaluation. For other strategies that address this issue see Strategies LU-1A, LU-2A, LU-2B, and LU-2C.  LU-4 Height Restrictions Impact Economic Development Opportunities Economic development opportunities including ecotourism and wind energy development in areas of overflight are challenged due to noise and vibration impacts from low-level military flight. LU-4A DCR Noise MAA Tourism Avoidance Areas DCR Vertical Obstruction MAA Consider Working with Wind Energy Providers to Reach an Agreement that Supports Wind Energy LU-4B Mid-Term     Short-Term            Jurisdictions in the northeast NC JLUS Study Area should consult with the DOD to consider adding additional tourist areas to the list of avoidance areas not already delineated in the DOD Flight Information Publication Area Planning Military Training Routes document (AP/1B). Seek local support to develop agreements between the military, northeast NC JLUS Study Area jurisdictions and wind energy developers that can be used to support wind projects by identifying conditions that will allow for mission sustainment and economic feasibility of proposed projects. Consider approaches such as a land mitigation program between private property owners and government agencies that would result in preservation of land where wind energy   Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report Page 115