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established and Airport District ( AP ), in order to ensure compatible operations with numerous airport facilities and agricultural land uses that surround the facilities .
Zoning districts ; RA20 , R15S , R9S , RMF , RMH , RHD , B2 , B3 , B4 , I1 , I2 , and CP have a maximum height of 50 feet . Institutional and commercial districts O & I and B1H have a maximum height of 96 feet .
A review of the zoning ordinance has identified the following concerns related to military compatibility :
• Seymour Johnson AFB is not recognized in the city ’ s zoning ordinance .
• The AP District does not have a maximum height standard .
• Telecommunication towers and / or wind energy developments and their heights are not stated within the ordinance .
Source : City of Washington Zoning Ordinance
Subdivision Ordinance The City of Washington ’ s Subdivision Ordinance is designed to provide an economically stable and balanced development within the city . The subdivision regulations do not include provisions related to the impacts from overflight of military aircraft .
Source : City of Washington Subdivision Ordinance
Building Code City of Washington follows the 2012 and 2015 North Carolina Uniform Statewide Building Code . The City of Washington Building Code does not include provisions for sound attenuation as it relates to sound transmission from external noise sources to the internal spaces within a building .
Annexations and Easements Property owners within the City of Washington a easement agreement with an organization or pu can grant the right to enforce restrictions and m example , an avigation easement protects the us specified height . Programs typically compensate easements due to the loss of use of land . Curren easements within Washington .
The City of Washington has the power to annex contiguous to its primary corporate limits . North methods of annexation , city‐initiated , by petition residents , and by act of the General Assembly .
4.7 Other References
In the interest of land use compatibility between community , the DOD Office of Economic Adjustm interest groups , such as the National Association prepared educational documents and videos tha public about encroachment issues and methods existing or future compatibility concerns . Some published to inform the public on land use comp follows :
Guides The Practical Guide to Compatible Civilian Develo Installations ( July 2007 ), OEA This guide offers general information on commu encroachment issues . The guide can be found at
Source : City of Washington Building Code
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Annexations and Easements Property owners within the City of Washington are able to enter into an  easement agreement with an organization or public agency.  An easement  can grant the right to enforce restrictions and monitor the property.  For  example, an avigation easement protects the use of airspace above a  specified height.  Programs typically compensate property owners for  easements due to the loss of use of land.  Currently, there are no existing  easements within Washington.  established and Airport District (AP), in order to ensure compatible  operations with numerous airport facilities and agricultural land uses that  surround the facilities.    Zoning districts; RA20, R15S, R9S, RMF, RMH, RHD, B2, B3, B4, I1, I2, and CP  have a maximum height of 50 feet.  Institutional and commercial districts O&I  and B1H have a maximum height of 96 feet.  A review of the zoning ordinance has identified the following concerns  related to military compatibility:   Seymour Johnson AFB is not recognized in the city’s zoning ordinance.    The AP District does not have a maximum height standard.     Telecommunication towers and/or wind energy developments and  their heights are not stated within the ordinance.  The City of Washington has the power to annex an area not contiguous or  contiguous to its primary corporate limits.  North Carolina allows three  methods of annexation, city‐initiated, by petition from property‐owners or  residents, and by act of the General Assembly.  4.7 Other References In the interest of land use compatibility between the military and the local  community, the DOD Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) and other public  interest groups, such as the National Association of Counties (NACo), have  prepared educational documents and videos that educate and inform the  public about encroachment issues and methods that can be used to address  existing or future compatibility concerns.  Some resources that have been  published to inform the public on land use compatibility are identified as  follows:  Source: City of Washington Zoning Ordinance  Subdivision Ordinance The City of Washington’s Subdivision Ordinance is designed to provide an  economically stable and balanced development within the city.  The  subdivision regulations do not include provisions related to the impacts from  overflight of military aircraft.   Source: City of Washington Subdivision Ordinance  Guides Building Code City of Washington follows the 2012 and 2015 North Carolina Uniform  Statewide Building Code.  The City of Washington Building Code does not  include provisions for sound attenuation as it relates to sound transmission  from external noise sources to the internal  X\][pZ[[˰00000pXX[0ZYp\]Xp][X[][Y[0X\Z[]\p[[][ۜ [p K0Pp\ZYpٙ\[\[0[ܛX][۰۰[][]p][Y[0[0][X[[ܛXY[0\Y\˰pZYp[p[0]˛XK݋˰\N]pٰ\[۰Z[[pYp 8$ 0Xܛ[0\ܝ0