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installation . Other concerns addressed by the legislations are loss of air and sea spaces , along with radio frequency encroachment .
Counties and / or cities that are located near a military installation are prohibited from constructing or approving a tall building and / or structure without consent from the Building Code Council . If a structure is to be developed , the person proposing the construction must submit the following to the Building Code Council .
• Identification of the major military installation and the base commander of the installation that is located within five miles of the proposed tall building or structure .
• A copy of the written notice sent to the base commander of the installation that is located within five miles of the proposed tall building or structure .
• A written " Determination of No Hazard to Air Navigation " issued by the FAA pursuant to Subpart D of Part 77 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations for the proposed tall building or structure .
After receiving the information , the Building Code Council must request a written statement from the base commander determining the potential impact of the proposed building and / or structure . The Building Code Council must not approve a building or structure that would encroach or interfere with any major military installation .
House Bill 664 , Wireless Telecommunications Facilities In 2013 , the North Carolina General Assembly passed a wireless telecommunications facilities law that gave certain rights to a jurisdiction when requesting information about the proposed development or additional wireless support structure . However , the law expressly states that the jurisdiction may not request certain proprietary information including the specific need for the wireless support structure , e . g . if the service to be provided from the wireless support structure is to add additional wireless
coverage or additional wireless capacity . In add require proprietary , confidential , or other busine need for the new wireless support structure , inc telecommunication traffic studies .
While this law establishes specific guidance and development or modification of new wireless su establish regulations for coordination with the m towers and structures can penetrate navigable a
City of Goldsboro Zoning Ordinance , Sec Conditional Use Specific Regulations The City of Goldsboro Zoning Ordinance , Section Conditional Use Specific Regulations , Subsection Facilities establishes the regulations for siting , he elements relative to cell towers and co‐location regulation that requires formal coordination wit Base for any proposed new cell towers . The foll from the ordinance :
11 . The location , height and design of al towers shall be forwarded to the approp authority at Seymour Johnson Air Force comment .
Though this is a good compatibility measure for ensure coordination of these tall structures , the time period for the review and comment from S while not likely , could lead to an untimely respon
Other Jurisdictional Ordinances There are other jurisdictions in the Study Area th zoning ordinances that require the proposed de FAA and FCC regulations as well as other federal regulations . While this type of catch‐all languag
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installation.  Other concerns addressed by the legislations are loss of air and  sea spaces, along with radio frequency encroachment.  Counties and/or cities that are located near a military installation are  prohibited from constructing or approving a tall building and/or structure  without consent from the Building Code Council.  If a structure is to be  developed, the person proposing the construction must submit the following  to the Building Code Council.    Identification of the major military installation and the base  commander of the installation that is located within five miles of the  proposed tall building or structure.   A copy of the written notice sent to the base commander of the  installation that is located within five miles of the proposed tall  building or structure.   A written "Determination of No Hazard to Air Navigation" issued by the  FAA pursuant to Subpart D of Part 77 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal  Regulations  for the proposed tall building or structure.  After receiving the information, the Building Code Council must request a  written statement from the base commander determining the potential  impact of the proposed building and/or structure.  The Building Code Council  must not approve a building or structure that would encroach or interfere  with any major military installation.     House Bill 664, Wireless Telecommunications Facilities In 2013, the North Carolina General Assembly passed a wireless  telecommunications facilities law that gave certain rights to a jurisdiction  when requesting information about the proposed development or additional  wireless support structure.  However, the law expressly states that the  jurisdiction may not request certain proprietary information including the  specific need for the wireless support structure, e.g. if the service to be  provided from the wireless support structure is to add additional wireless  Page 5.5‐14  coverage or additional wireless capacity.   In addition, a jurisdiction may not  require proprietary, confidential, or other business information to justify the  need for the new wireless support structure, including propagation maps and  telecommunication traffic studies.  While this law establishes specific guidance and standards for the  development or modification of new wireless support structures, it does not  establish regulations for coordination with the military especially since these  towers and structures can penetrate navigable airspace.    City of Goldsboro Zoning Ordinance, Section 5.5.4 Special and Conditional Use Specific Regulations The City of Goldsboro Zoning Ordinance, Section 5.5.4 Special and  Conditional Use Specific Regulations, Subsection Cell Towers and Co‐location  Facilities establishes the regulations for siting, height, and various other  elements relative to cell towers and co‐location in the city.  The city has a  regulation that requires formal coordination with Seymour Johnson Air Force  Base for any proposed new cell towers.  The following regulation is excerpted  from the ordinance:  11. The location, height and design of all proposed new  towers shall be forwarded to the appropriate review  authority at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base for review and  comment.  Though this is a good compatibility measure for the city and military to  ensure coordination of these tall structures, the regulation does not set a  time period for the review and comment from Seymour Johnson AFB, which,  while not likely, could lead to an untimely r \ۜpppZ[]\K\\\X[ۘ[ܙ[[\•\p\p\\\X[ۜ[pYp\Xp]0]p[XYp[Z\ۚ[ܙ[[\]0\]Z\ppY0][Y[0\p]0[0Pp[0Y[][ۜ\[0\\Y\[ 0]K0[0[0Y[pY[][ۜ˰0[p\\pٰ]8$[0[XYp[[\[p]\ٞppYY0Xܛ[0\ܝ0