Butner Joint Land Use Study
Regional Council of Governments is coordinating a Joint
Land Use Study (JLUS) to help ensure future compatibility
between land uses necessary to support the military
mission at Camp Butner and the increasing civilian development
occurring adjacent to the installation.
is located in rapidly growing Durham and Granville counties
in central North Carolina.
is funded with a U.S. Office of Economic Adjustment
grant and a 10 percent match from Durham and Granville
counties. Work is expected to begin in April 2008 and
take approximately 12 months to complete.
of the study are:
- Ensure the compatibility of land uses between Camp
Butner and the surrounding communities in the short-
- Conduct education and outreach to surrounding communities
regarding Camp Butner history, activities and mission.
- Ensure environmental protection, including air quality
and water quality, on Camp Butner lands and in the
- Ensure public involvement in the JLUS planning process
and implementation phase.
- Protect the health, safety and welfare of the employees
of Camp Butner and the residents in surrounding communities.
Regional Council of Government has primary responsibility
for completing the study and will administer the project
with support from the Granville County Planning Department
and the Triangle J Council of Governments.
The study is led by a Policy
Committee of voting and nonvoting members representing
- Durham County
- Granville County
- N.C. Department of Agricultural and Consumer Sciences
- N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources
- N.C. Department of Health and Human Services
- N.C. National Guard
- N.C. State University
- Town of Butner
- Town of Stem
REPORT AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW!
Sections are in Adobe Acrobat format.
REPORT to be presented to Policy Committee
on May 21, 2009.
Historical Boundary of Camp Butner
Granville County Zoning Map
Durham City/County Zoning Map
Granville County Future Land Use Map
Durham City/County Future Land Use Map
Managed Areas *
Critical Watershed Areas
Critical Watershed Areas and Managed Lands*
Location of Ranges and Noise Zones on Camp Butner
Primary and Secondary Influence Areas
Primary and Secondary Influence Areas, Watershed Areas,
and Managed Lands*
maps that have changed since the Draft Report was released
on April 16, 2009.
Public Involvement Survey Results
Sample Data Sharing Agreement
Sample Planning and Zoning Permit Stamp
Formerly Used Defense Site (FUDS) Information
Sample Real Estate Disclosure Form
North Carolina General Statute 47E Real Estate
Session Law 2004-75
H: Implementation Team Work Plan
Glossary of Terms
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