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ARTICLE III: LAND USE DISTRICTSIII-277

388 – Public Use Airport Safety Overlay District

onto an existing runway or taxiway or into existing airport approach surfaces except where necessary for safe and convenient air travel.  Lighting for these uses shall incorporate shielding in their designs to reflect light away from airport approach surfaces.  No use shall imitate airport lighting or impede the ability of pilots to distinguish between airport lighting and other lighting.

C.Glare

No glare producing material, including but not limited to unpainted metal or reflective glass, shall be used on the exterior of structures located within an approach surface or on nearby lands where glare could impede a pilot's vision.

D.Industrial emissions

No new industrial, mining or similar use, or expansion of an existing industrial, mining or similar use, shall, as part of its regular operations, cause emissions of smoke, dust or steam that could obscure visibility within airport approach surfaces, except upon demonstration, supported by substantial evidence, that mitigation measures imposed as approval conditions will reduce the potential for safety risk or incompatibility with airport operations to an insignificant level.  The review authority shall impose such conditions as necessary to ensure that the use does not obscure visibility.

E.Communications Facilities and Electrical Interference

No use shall cause or create electrical interference with navigational signals or radio communications between an airport and aircraft.  Proposals for the location of new or expanded radio, radiotelephone, and television transmission facilities and electrical transmission lines within this overlay zone shall be coordinated with the Department of Aviation and the FAA prior to approval.  Approval of cellular and other telephone or radio-communication towers on leased property located within airport imaginary surfaces shall be conditioned to require their removal within 90 days following the expiration of the lease agreement.  A bond or other security shall be required to ensure this result.

F.Limitations and Restrictions on Allowed Uses in the RPZ, Approach Surface, and Airport Direct and Secondary Impact Areas

The land uses identified in Table 1, and their accessory uses, are permitted, permitted under limited circumstances, or prohibited in the manner therein described. In the event of conflict with the underlying zone, the more restrictive provisions shall control. As used in this section, a limited use means a use that is allowed subject to special standards specific to that use.

Date printed 11/27/09

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