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ARTICLE III: LAND USE DISTRICTS

387 – Public Use Airport Overlay District

387PUBLIC USE AIRPORT OVERLAY DISTRICT

387-1Purpose

The purpose of the Public Use Airport Overlay District is to encourage and support the continued operation and vitality of certain public use airports by allowing airport-related commercial and recreational uses in accordance with state law.

387-2Applicability

This Overlay District applies to Stark’s Twin Oaks Airpark, pursuant to ORS 836.610(1).

387-3Conformance with Public Use Airport Safety and Compatibility Overlay District

All uses, activities, facilities and structures allowed in the Public Use Airport Overlay District shall comply with the requirements of Section 388, Public Use Airport Safety and Compatibility Overlay District.  In the event of a conflict between the requirements of this land use overlay district and those of the Public Use Airport Safety and Compatibility Overlay District, the requirements of the latter shall control.

387-4Uses Permitted Through at Type I Procedure

The following uses and activities are permitted subject to the general standards of this Overlay District, the Development Standards of Article IV and all other applicable standards of the Code.  In addition, the Twin Oaks Airpark is located within an area identified by the Oregon Water Resources Department as the Bull Mountain-Cooper Mountain Critical Groundwater Area.  Pursuant to this, groundwater consumption and activities on site that impact groundwater resources may be limited, as described in ORS Ch. 537 and OAR Ch. 690.

A.Customary and usual aviation-related activities, including but not limited to takeoffs and landings; aircraft hangars and tie-downs; construction and maintenance of airport facilities; fixed based operator facilities; a residence for an airport caretaker or security officer; pilots’ lounge and associated eating establishment; and other activities incidental to the normal operation of an airport.  Except as provided in this ordinance, “customary and usual aviation-related activities” do not include residential, commercial, industrial, manufacturing and other uses.

B.Air passenger and air freight services and facilities, at levels consistent with the classification and needs identified in the Oregon Department of Aviation Airport System Plan.

C.Emergency medical flight services, including activities, aircraft, accessory structures, and other facilities necessary to support emergency transportation for medical purposes.  Emergency medical flight services do not include hospitals, medical offices, medical labs, medical equipment sales, and other similar uses.

Date printed 11/27/09

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