SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO /
EL PASO JOINT LAND USE STUDY
(WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE,
FORT BLISS, HOLLOMAN AIR
FORCE BASE)
JLUS Construct Overview – July 26, 2012
Regional Planning Organization
Approach
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Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to establish JLUS Regional
Planning Organization (RPO) signed by all Participating Jurisdictions
in June/July 2012 – Effective Date 07/16/2012
Parties to MOA
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5 New Mexico Counties: Doña Ana, Otero, Sierra, Socorro and Lincoln
2 New Mexico Cities: Alamogordo, Las Cruces
1 Texas County: El Paso
1 Texas City: El Paso
Concurring Parties – White Sands Missile Range, Fort Bliss and Holloman
AFB
Establishes RPO Policy and Technical Committees
Sets forth Local Match contribution percentages for Counties and
Cities
Local Sponsor: Doña Ana County
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AKA Fiscal Agent
Roles & Responsibilities
 Coordination
 Accountability
 Grant
Application and Management
 Contract Management
JLUS Regional Planning
Organization Policy Committee
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Roles &
Responsibilities
Policy Direction
 Project Oversight
 Monitoring
 Study Adoption
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Policy Committee Membership (17 Members)
Doña Ana County
Otero County
City of Alamogordo
City of Las Cruces
City of El Paso
Lincoln County
Socorro County
Sierra County
El Paso County
Ft. Bliss
White Sands Missile Range
Holloman AFB
New Mexico State Land Office
Bureau of Land Management
Commission Chair Karen Perez
County Chair Ronnie Rardin
Mayor Susie Galea
Mayor Ken Miyagishima
Matthew McElroy
Commissioner Tom Battin
Holm Bursum, IV
Commissioner Sergio Lewis
Wayne Julius
Robert Carter
Jim Iken
Bob Jenks
Bill Childress
New Mexico Military Base
Planning Commission
Bill Connor
New Mexico Military Base
Planning Commission
Ed Brabson
New Mexico Office of Military
Base Planning and Support
Hanson Scott
Co-Chair
Co-Chair
Ex-Officio
Ex-Officio
Ex-Officio
Ex-Officio
JLUS Regional Planning
Organization Technical Committee
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Roles &
Responsibilities
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Provide technical
expertise
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Identify issues
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Develop and evaluate
alternatives
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Report development
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Recommendations to
Policy Committee
Technical Committee Membership (16 Members)
White Sands Missile Range Dan Hicks
Co-Chair
Otero County
Pamela Heltner
Co-Chair
Doña Ana County
Daniel Hortert
Lincoln County
Curt Temple
Socorro County
Delilah Walsh
Sierra County
El Paso County
Gilbert Saldana
City of Alamogordo
Marc South
City of Las Cruces
David Weir
City of El Paso
Carlos Gallinar
New Mexico State Land
Office
Tom Leatherwood
Bureau of Land Management Eddie Guerro
Ft. Bliss
Brian Knight
Holloman AFB
Dale Osborn
NM Space Authority
Bill Gutman
New Mexico Office of
Military Base Planning and
Support
Hanson Scott
Vincent Banegas, Alternate
Eric Wolters, Alternate
Potential Stakeholders
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Military (Planners, Operators, etc)
Cities, Counties & Special Districts in Study Area
State agencies and legislative representatives
Federal agencies, i.e. BLM, FAA, USFWS, USFS…
Tribal Governments
Neighborhood Associations
Building Industry Associations
Environmental and Conservation Groups
Realtor Associations
Military Affairs Committees
Chambers of Commerce
Farm Bureau/Agriculture & Ranching Groups
Land Owners & Area Residents
Recreational Users
Energy Developers / Transmission Line Authorities
Major industries and businesses in the Study Area
Others…
Stakeholder and Public Involvement
Examples
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Policy and Technical Committee Members reach back to
their respective constituencies
Working Groups (i.e. Geographic or Issue Area Focus)
Public Workshops/Meetings/Open Houses
Brochures, Fact Sheets or other publications
Project website and social networking
Media outreach
Stakeholder interviews
Mailings to property owners and residents
Educational efforts, i.e. tours or demonstrations
Cast a wide net!
Project Management
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Appropriate Project Management structure to be
determined at next Policy Committee meeting
Doña Ana County Request for Proposals Review
Committee to include participating jurisdictions
 5-7
reviewers
 To be determined
JLUS Scope of Work and Timeline
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Grant application submitted to OEA for review – July 19th
OEA Technical Review Committee Scheduled – August 1st
OEA Review and Award – Estimated completion by end of August
Request for Proposals Issued (1st two weeks of September)
Consultant interviews/selection (1st two weeks of October)
Contract execution (End of October)
Preparation and Information Gathering (Nov. 2012 – Apr. 2013)
Conflict Analysis (May – Aug. 2013)
Plan Development (Sep. 2013 – Feb. 2014)
Implementation Strategy/Recommendations (Mar. – June 2014)
Deliverables
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Public Participation Plan
GIS Data and Maps
Existing Conditions Report/Conflict Identification Memo
Draft and Final Joint Land Use Study documents
Next Steps
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OEA Review of JLUS Grant Application / Grant
Award – Estimated Award by end of August 2012
Doña Ana County prepare and release Request for
Proposals (RFP) for consultant selection
Proposal Review Committee review of Consultant
Proposals and Consultant Selection
Doña Ana County signs contract
Begin Scope of Work
Local Points of Contact
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Dan Hortert, Senior Planner, Doña Ana County
 [email protected]
 (575) 525-6113
Hanson Scott, Director, New Mexico Office of Military
Base Planning and Support
 [email protected]
 (505) 827-0226
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