Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC)

The general purpose of the Airport Land Use Commission is to promote the orderly development of the area surrounding airports in order to protect the general welfare of the public, enhance the safety of air navigation and traffic, and maintain the utility and economic viability of airport facilities. The authority and jurisdiction of the Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC) extends to the establishment of land use policies and can include the review of all new land uses on private or local government property within the airport planning area.

The ALUC is comprised of two Mono County supervisors, two Mammoth Town Council members, two airport representatives, and a public member.