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III-278ARTICLE III: LAND USE DISTRICTS

388 – Public Use Airport Safety Overlay District

TABLE 1

Location

RPZ1

L2

N

N

N

N

P3

L4

L5

L6

L7

N

N

N

N

N

N

Approach Surface8

L9

L10

L9

L9

L9

P3

P

L5

P

L7, 9

L9

N

N

L11

N12

L13

Direct Impact Area

P

L14

L15

P

L15

P3

P

L5

P

L7

L14

N

N

L11

L16

L13

P = Use is Permitted

L = Use is Allowed Under Limited Circumstances (See Footnotes)

N = Use is Not Allowed

Table 1 Footnotes:

1.

No structures shall be allowed within the RPZ.  Exceptions shall be made only for structures accessory to airport operations whose location within the RPZ has been approved by the FAA.

2.

In the RPZ, public airport uses are restricted to those uses and facilities that require location in the RPZ.

3.

Farming practices that minimize wildlife attractants are encouraged.

4.

Roads and parking areas are permitted in the RPZ only upon demonstration that there are no practicable alternatives.  Lights, guardrails and related accessory structures are prohibited.  Cost may be considered in determining whether practicable alternatives exist.

5.

In the RPZ, utilities, powerlines and pipelines must be underground.  In approach surfaces and in airport direct and secondary impact areas, the proposed height of utilities shall be coordinated with the airport sponsor and the Department of Aviation.

6.

Public assembly facilities are prohibited within the RPZ.

7.

Golf courses may be permitted only upon demonstration, supported by substantial evidence, that management techniques will be utilized to reduce existing wildlife attractants and avoid the creation of new wildlife attractants.  Such techniques shall be required as conditions of approval.  Structures are not permitted within the RPZ.  For purposes of this Chapter, tee markers, tee signs, pin cups and pins are not considered to be structures.

8.

Within 10,000 feet from the end of the primary surface of a nonprecision instrument runway, and within 50,000 feet from the end of the primary surface of a precision instrument runway.

9.

Public assembly facilities may be allowed in an approach surface only if the potential danger to public safety is minimal.  In determining whether a proposed use is appropriate, consideration shall be given to:  proximity to the RPZ; density of people per acre; frequency of use; level of activity at the airport; and other factors relevant to public safety.  In general, high density uses should not be permitted within airport approach surfaces, and non-residential structures should be located outside approach surfaces unless no practicable alternatives exist.

Date printed 11/27/09

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