RLUAC Board of Directors Election
- Published: 15 June 2022 15 June 2022
At the May 19, 2022 RLUAC meeting, the membership accepted the nomination and voted to elect a slate of candidates to serve as the RLUAC Board of Directors for the term beginning July 1, 2022. The new Chiarman of RLUAC will be Jeff Sanborn, who serves as the Village Manager of Pinehurst. Mark Locklear, Development Services Director of Harnett County, will continue in his role as Vice Chairman, and Smapson County RLUAC delegate Roland Hall will serve as the Secretary of RLUAC. RLUAC's previous Chairman John K. McNeill, Mayor of Raeford, and previous RLUAC Secreatary, Mike Lynch, will transition into new roles as Directors-at-Large. They will be joined on the Board by Commissioner Harry Southerland of Hoke County, Fayetteville Development Services Director Dr. Jerry Newton, and Glen Prillaman.
RLUAC Welcomes New Executive Director
- Published: 18 August 2019 18 August 2019
After nearly 15 years of service as the first executive director of RLUAC, Jim Dougherty has retired. Mr. Dougherty devoted the majority of his career in city and regional planning to the southeastern region of North Carolina as a Chief Planner of the Fayetteville Regional Office of the NC Department of Commerce, which he retired from prior to accepting his role as executive director of RLUAC. Mr. Dougherty's vision and leadership helped raise awareness of the importance of regional collaboartion and planning to help protect the natural environment and the military training mission. At the August 15, 2019 quarterly meeting, Pete Campbell was introduced as the new Executive Director. Mr. Campbell was instrumental in helping Mr. Dougherty and others to rejuvenate the regional organization in 2001, making significant contributions to the development of the 2003 Joint Land Use Study and many other regional planning initiatives. Mr. Campbell begins his offical duties as the Executive Director on Ocotber 1, 2019. Please click here to read the Fayetteville Observer's coverage of the story.
Fort Bragg Prepares for Growth - Study Looks at Noise Around Post
- Published: 19 November 2017 19 November 2017
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