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needs . Furthermore the comprehensive plan states , “ Consideration of sufficient demand / capacity support for the base should be a continuous factor in decision making for both the City and the County .”
Goldsboro ’ s Comprehensive Plan established future land use sectors including 28 City of Goldsboro and 12 Wayne County zoning districts ; Neighborhood Business ( NB ), Highway Business ( HB ), Shopping Center ( SC ), General Business ( GB ), Airport Business ( AB ), Community shopping District ( CS ), Office‐Residence ( OR ), Office and Institutional 1 ( O & I‐1 ), Office and Institutional 2 ( O & I‐2 ), I‐1 Light Industry , I‐2 General Industry , IBP‐1 Industrial and Business Park 1 , IBP‐2 Industrial and Business Park 2 , LI Light Industrial District , HI Heavy Industrial District , AI Airport‐Industry District , CBD Central Business District , Village District , R‐6 Residential , RM‐8 Residential , R‐9 Residential , R‐12 Residential , R‐9SF Residential , RM‐9 Residential , R‐12SF Residential , R‐16 Residential , R‐10 Residential District , R‐15 Residential District , R‐20 Residential , R‐40 Residential , RA‐20 Residential‐Agriculture District , AG Agricultural , R‐20A Residential , RA‐20 Residential‐Agriculture District , RA‐30 Residential Agriculture District , APZ Accident Potential Zone , Noise District Overlay , AP Airport District , Airport Height Overlay District .
Noise District Overlay , APZ Accident Potential Zone , Airport District , and Airport Height Overlay District were found compatible with Seymour Johnson AFB and its operations since they incorporate the installations AICUZ land use , noise contours and height limitation recommendations .
The following goals and policies support Seymour Johnson AFB :
Goal 3 : Vigorously support and preserve Seymour Johnson Air Force Base .
I . 9 The City of Goldsboro will discourage commercial development which interferes with safe adequate access to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base . Goals : 3 , 6
I . 47 The City and County will consider pr development of conflicting incompatible vicinity of Seymour Johnson AFB . Goal : 3
Relating to Goal 3 , the City of Goldsboro states t notifying Seymour Johnson AFB Commander and rezoning requests . Additionally , the city is to con with Seymour Johnson AFB before approving a p Coordination between the city and Seymour Joh the protection of the installation and the surrou
Source : City of Goldsboro Comprehensive Plan , 2013 Unified Development Ordinance
The City of Goldsboro Unified Development Ord document containing the Zoning Code , Subdivisi development review processes and procedures
Zoning Code , Chapter 5 The City of Goldsboro Zoning Ordinance divides districts . The ordinance recognizes Seymour Joh stating :
No structure shall exceed the applicable established by the Seymour Johnson Air Installation Compatibility Use Zone ” ( AIC Force AICUZ height restrictions are base in Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ) and are documented in the U . S . Departm document “ Unified Facility Criteria 3‐26 Heliport Planning and Design " or the ap limitations of the Goldsboro‐Wayne Mu
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needs.  Furthermore the comprehensive plan states, “Consideration of  sufficient demand/capacity support for the base should be a continuous  factor in decision making for both the City and the County.” I.47 The City and County will consider prohibiting the  development of conflicting incompatible land uses in the  vicinity of Seymour Johnson AFB. Goal: 3  Goldsboro’s Comprehensive Plan established future land use sectors  including 28 City of Goldsboro and 12 Wayne County zoning districts;  Neighborhood Business (NB), Highway Business (HB), Shopping Center (SC),  General Business (GB), Airport Business (AB), Community shopping District  (CS), Office‐Residence (OR), Office and Institutional 1 (O&I‐1), Office and  Institutional 2 (O&I‐2), I‐1 Light Industry, I‐2 General Industry, IBP‐1 Industrial  and Business Park 1, IBP‐2 Industrial and Business Park 2, LI Light Industrial  District, HI Heavy Industrial District, AI Airport‐Industry District, CBD Central  Business District, Village District, R‐6 Residential, RM‐8 Residential, R‐9  Residential, R‐12 Residential, R‐9SF Residential, RM‐9 Residential, R‐12SF  Residential, R‐16 Residential, R‐10 Residential District, R‐15 Residential  District, R‐20 Residential, R‐40 Residential, RA‐20 Residential‐Agriculture  District, AG Agricultural, R‐20A Residential, RA‐20 Residential‐Agriculture  District, RA‐30 Residential Agriculture District, APZ Accident Potential Zone,  Noise District Overlay, AP Airport District, Airport Height Overlay District.  Relating to Goal 3, the City of Goldsboro states that the city is responsible for  notifying Seymour Johnson AFB Commander and Civil Engineer on proposed  rezoning requests. Additionally, the city is to consider all potential impacts  with Seymour Johnson AFB before approving a proposed rezone request.  Coordination between the city and Seymour Johnson AFB will further ensure  the protection of the installation and the surrounding areas.    Source: City of Goldsboro Comprehensive Plan, 2013  Unified Development Ordinance The City of Goldsboro Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) is the  document containing the Zoning Code, Subdivision Design Standards, and  development review processes and procedures applicable to the city.          Zoning Code, Chapter 5  The City of Goldsboro Zoning Ordinance divides the city into 28 zoning  districts.  The ordinance recognizes Seymour Johnson AFB under section 5.2.7  stating:  Noise District Overlay, APZ Accident Potential Zone, Airport District, and  Airport Height Overlay District were found compatible with Seymour Johnson  AFB and its operations since they incorporate the installations AICUZ land  use, noise contours and height limitation recommendations.   No structure shall exceed the applicable height limitations  established by the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base “Air  Installation Compatibility Use Zone” (AICUZ) Study. The Air  Force AICUZ height restrictions are based on those contained  in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regulation Part 77,  and are documented in the U.S. Department of Defense  document “Unified Facility Criteria 3‐260‐01, Airfield and  Heliport Planning and Design" or the applicable height  limitations of the Goldsboro‐Wayne Municipal Airport  The following goals and policies support Seymour Johnson AFB:  Goal 3: Vigorously supp ܝ0[0\\p^[[\۰Z\ܘp\KKpp]pٰ؛ܛ[0\\Yp[Y\X[0][Y[0X0[\\\]0YpY\]X]pX\^[[\۰Z\ܘp\K[ΰ 0 Xܛ[0\ܝ00Yp 8$