The Camp Crowder Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) is a cooperative planning effort conducted as a joint venture between Camp Crowder, the Harry S Truman Coordinating Council (HSTCC), the City of Neosho, Newton County, McDonald County, and other affected stakeholders.
The objective of the JLUS is to promote responsible land use planning near Camp Crowder, to accommodate compatible growth and economic development in the region, to protect public safety and qualify of life, and to sustain the mission of Camp Crowder for the long-term. The JLUS will evaluate ways to enhance communication and coordination among local and regional stakeholders.
The Harry S Truman Coordinating Council is the Study Sponsor, which selected the White & Smith Planning and Law Group Consulting Team to complete the Study. Joining White & Smith are partners Marstel-Day, LLC and Benchmark CMR, Inc.