Joint Land Use Study

Ventura LAFCo Commissioner’s Handbook Section Military Compatibility: Ventura LAFCo was one of several stakeholder agencies which participated in the development of the 2015 Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Joint Land Use Study (JLUS).  Ventura LAFCo recognizes the JLUS as a resource to help preserve long-term compatibility between NBVC and the surrounding areas and to better protect health, safety, and welfare.  Ventura LAFCo supports the implementation of the recommended strategies to address the military compatibility issues identified in the JLUS. 

As such, LAFCo will not approve a proposal that has been determined by the NBVC to be incompatible with its military operations based on the land use and compatibility recommendations of the JLUS and NBVC Air Installations Compatible Use Zone Study (AICUZ), unless exceptional circumstances are shown to exist.  LAFCo encourages lead agencies for development projects within the NBVC Military Influence Area to consult the JLUS and current NBVC AICUZ, and to coordinate with NBVC, through the Community Planning Liaison Officer, for review and comment prior to submittal to LAFCo.  LAFCo will communicate to NBVC any proposed changes of organization or reorganizations within the NBVC Military Influence Area to encourage compatible land uses and policies.  For purposes of this section, coordination with NBVC should occur for projects within the NBVC Military Influence Area, which can be generally described as bounded by the City of Camarillo to the north, the City of Oxnard to the west, the Pacific Ocean to the south, and the Santa Monica Mountains to the east.

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