The Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC) is governed by the Public Utilities Code Section 21670 and has a basic responsibility to assist local agencies in ensuring compatible land uses in the vicinity of all airports in the County. The ALUC reviews land use proposals near civilian and military airports and other land use issues which have a potential impact on airport operations. The ALUC strives to protect the public from adverse effects of aircraft noise, ensure that people and facilities are not concentrated in areas susceptible to aircraft incidents and to ensure that no structure or land use activities adversely affect the operational integrity of the airports or their navigable airspace.
The ALUC consists of seven members. The membership includes two Commissioners appointed by the Orange County Board of Supervisors, two appointed by the League of California Cities and two appointed by the public airports. The seventh member is appointed by the other Commissioners to represent the general public.
Mr. Gerald Bresnahan, Chairman
(Ms. Patricia Campbell)
Mr. Brendan OReilly, Vice Chairman
Mr. Herman Beverburg (Mr. Stephen Beverburg)
Mr. Gary Miller (Ms. Jill Ingram)
Mr. Jeff Mathews