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Regional Collaboration and Leadership

The Regional Land Use Advisory Commission (RLUAC) is a non-profit 501(C)3 membership based organization located in the Sandhills of North Carolina consisting of twenty-one units of local government: eight counties and thirteen municipalities.  The 25 year old organization was the first regional group established in the country to coordinate land use decisions between the military and the local governments.  Today, the primary mission of RLUAC is to balance the following three key objectives through facilitating regional planning and development reviews, communication and coordination:

  • Protect the Civilian Population from negative military impacts;
  • Protect the Long Leaf Pine Ecosystem from destruction;and
  • Protect the Military Training Mission from incompatible development.

Joint Land Use Study Updates

The draft recommendations for the Joint Land Use Study are available for review.  At the May 17, 2018 meeting the draft recommendations and implementation projects were presented.  In addition, presentations were made concerning the NC Sentinel Landscapes and the NC Military Geospatial Mapping initiatives.  The presentations can be viewed by clicking here. The draft study is anticipated to be completed by July 2018. 

 RLUAC Feb2017                            RLUAC Nov16
RLUAC Chairman Robert McLaughlin - 02/2017                         Vagn Hansen, AICP, Benchmark - 11/2017



Next Quarterly Meeting       November 15, 2018

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P.O. Drawer 1510
Fayetteville NC 28302
Phone: 910.583.1233
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