Pinal County JLUS Final Report - Page 82

  The JLUS strategies incorporate a variety of actions that promote education, communication, compatible land use, and resource planning. Upon proper implementation, existing and potential compatibility issues arising from the civilian / military interface can be eliminated or significantly mitigated. The recommended strategies function as the heart of the JLUS document and are the culmination of the planning process. It is important to note that the JLUS is not an enforceable plan, but rather a recommended set of strategies which should be implemented by the JLUS stakeholders to address current and potential future compatibility issues. Each of the JLUS strategies that are included in this chapter is meant to address the specific compatibility issues that are described in greater detail in Chapter 5 of the Pinal County JLUS Background Report document. The issues correspond to the compatibility factors in Chapter 5 of the JLUS Background Report document for easy reference and can be used to read additional information on the specifics of the issues. The issues are identified before each set of associated strategies as a point of reference to what the strategies are addressing. The key to the implementation of strategies is to establish a Pinal County JLUS Implementation Committee (see Strategy COM-1A) to oversee the execution of the JLUS strategies. Through this committee, local jurisdictions, the AZARNG, developers, and other stakeholders can continue their collaboration to establish procedures, recommend or refine specific actions, and make adjustments to strategies over time to ensure the JLUS continues to resolve key compatibility issues into the future through realistic strategies and implementation. Appropriate local jurisdictions and local stakeholder groups, especially those engaged in a compatibility issue at the local level, will be formally invited to participate as committee members to ensure local input and social inclusion.   64 Implementation Plan