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The Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA), Radius Indiana and the Indiana Office of Defense Development (IODD) recently announced that a $200,000 planning grant has been awarded from the Department of Defense to commission a Joint Land Use Study (JLUS). The grant will be used to study NSA Crane and the compatibility of its growth with the surrounding counties.
A JLUS is funded by the Department of Defense to make recommendations for land use agreements between a defense installation and its surrounding communities. OCRA, Radius Indiana and the county governments involved in the study will also contribute financial support. NSA Crane occupies parts of Daviess, Greene, Martin, Lawrence and Sullivan counties.
JLUS FAQ Sheet - overview of the process.
Naval Support Activity Crane – Public Review Period November 1, 2016 – December 1, 2016; Public Draft JLUS Documents Below
The links below provide access to the Public Draft documents that make up the Naval Support Activity (NSA) Cane Joint Land Use Study (JLUS). These documents are being released for public review and comment as part of a review period that will end at midnight on December 1, 2016.
The contact person for this project is Matt Crouch with the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs. Comments may be mailed to Mr. Crouch at One N Capitol Avenue, Suite 600, Indianapolis, IN 46204-2027 or emailed to him (click here for email) no later than midnight on December 1, 2016. Comments may also be sent via FAX at 317-233-3597 to his attention by this date and time.
Click here to download the JLUS Report (6 MB)
This is the main JLUS document, and provides a summary of key findings, areas affected, and recommended strategies.
Click here to download the JLUS Background Report (22 MB)
This document provides detailed information on existing conditions and compatibility issues, and is a supporting document to the main JLUS Report.
Click here to download the Comment Sheet
This file (provided in Microsoft Word) can be used to submit comments on the Public Draft JLUS and Background Report.