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COMMITTEE OVERVIEW

Two committees, comprised of city, military, and other stakeholders will guide the development of the NWS Seal Beach JLUS. These committees are:

Policy Committee (PC). The PC is comprised of elected officials representing jurisdictions in the Study Area, federal and state agency officials, and military leadership. The PC is responsible for leading the direction of the JLUS and monitoring the implementation and adoption of policies and strategies.

Throughout the JLUS process, the PC will work with the appointed JLUS staff members representing the multiple local organizations including the City of Seal Beach as well as NWS Seal Beach, the City of Long Beach, and other interested parties.

Technical Committee (TC). The Technical Committee (TC) membership is based on recommendations from the PC, input from stakeholders, and area of expertise of the committee member. The TC will be made up of representatives from local, regional, and state and federal agencies and the development community who possess the technical knowledge needed to guide and assist Matrix Design Group, Inc. in the development of the JLUS. Members may include representatives of state resource and environmental departments, congressional representatives, military, developers/builders, land owners, practitioners of economic development, etc.

The TC identifies and addresses technical issues, provides feedback on report development, and assists in the development and evaluation of implementation strategies and tools. These stakeholders will also be engaged with the PC, in an advisory role, and may attend PC meetings.

 

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This study was prepared under contract with the City of Seal Beach, with financial support from the Office of Economic Adjustment, Department of Defense. The content reflects the views of the key JLUS partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.