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desired density in APZ I and II . For APZ I , the formula is FAR = 25 people an acre / ( Average Vehicle Occupancy x Average Parking Rate x ( 43560 / 1000 )). The formula for APZ II is FAR = 50 / ( Average Vehicle Occupancy x Average Parking Rate x ( 43560 / 1000 )).
2 . The suggested maximum density for detached single‐family housing is two Du / Ac . In a planned unit development ( PUD ) of single family detached units , where clustered housing development results in large open areas , this density could possibly be increased slightly provided the amount of surface area covered by structures does not exceed 20 percent of the PUD total area . PUD encourages clustered development that leaves large open areas .
3 . Other factors to be considered : Labor intensity , structural coverage , explosive characteristics , air pollution , electronic interference with aircraft , height of structures , and potential glare to pilots .
4 . No structures ( except airfield lighting and navigational aids necessary for the safe operation of the airfield when there are no other siting options ), buildings , or aboveground utility and communications lines should normally be located in Clear Zone areas on or off the air installation . The Clear Zone is subject to the most severe restrictions .
5 . Roads within the graded portion of the Clear Zone are prohibited . All roads within the Clear Zone are discouraged , but if required , they should not be wider than two lanes and the rights‐of‐way should be fenced ( frangible ) and not include sidewalks or bicycle trails . Nothing associated with these roads should violate obstacle clearance criteria .
6 . No above ground passenger terminals and no above ground power transmission or distribution lines . Prohibited power lines include high‐voltage transmission lines and distribution lines that provide power to cities , towns , or regional power for unincorporated areas .
7 . Development of renewable energy resources , including solar and geothermal facilities and wind turbines , may impact military operations through hazards to flight or electromagnetic interference . Each new development should to be analyzed for compatibility issues on a case‐by‐case basis that considers both the proposal and potentially affected mission .
8 . Within SLUCM Code 52 , maximum FARs for lumberyards ( SLUCM Code 521 ) are 0.20 in APZ‐I and 0.40 in APZ‐11 ; the maximum FARs for hardware , paint , and farm equipment stores , ( SLUCM Code 525 ), are 0.12 in APZ I and 0.24 in APZ II .
9 . A shopping center is an integrated group of commercial establishments that is planned , developed , owned , or managed as a unit . Shopping center types include strip , neighborhood , community , regional , and super‐regional facilities anchored by small businesses , a supermarket or drug store , discount retaile department stores , respectively .
10 . Ancillary uses such as meeting places , auditoriums , e 11 . No chapels or houses of worship are allowed within A 12 . Big box home improvement stores are not included a
13 . Facilities must be low intensity , and provide no playg houses , meeting places , auditoriums , large classes , etc .,
14 . Activities that attract concentrations of birds creating should be excluded .
15 . Factors to be considered : labor intensity , structural c and air pollution .
16 . Lumber and timber products removed due to establis maintenance of Clear Zone lands owned in fee will be dis applicable DoD guidance .
17 . Controlled hunting and fishing may be permitted for management .
18 . Surface mining operations that could create retention waterfowl and present bird / wildlife aircraft strike hazard produce dust or light emissions that could affect pilot vis
19 . Naturally occurring water features ( e . g ., rivers , lakes existing , nonconforming land uses . Naturally occurring w waterfowl present a potential BASH . Actions to expand n or construction of new water features should not be enco features is necessary for storm water retention , such fea they do not attract waterfowl .
20 . Amusement centers , family entertainment centers or operated at a scale that could attract or result in concen employees and visitors , greater than 50 people per acre in APZ II .
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desired density in APZ I and II. For APZ I, the formula is FAR = 25 people an acre/ (Average  Vehicle Occupancy x Average Parking Rate x (43560/1000)). The formula for APZ II is FAR =  50/ (Average Vehicle Occupancy x Average Parking Rate x (43560/1000)).  businesses, a supermarket or drug store, discount retailer, department store, or several  department stores, respectively.   10. Ancillary uses such as meeting places, auditoriums, etc. are not recommended.   2. The suggested maximum density for detached single‐family housing is two Du/Ac. In a  planned unit development (PUD) of single family detached units, where clustered housing  development results in large open areas, this density could possibly be increased slightly  provided the amount of surface area covered by structures does not exceed 20 percent of  the PUD total area. PUD encourages clustered development that leaves large open areas.  11. No chapels or houses of worship are allowed within APZ I or APZ II.   12. Big box home improvement stores are not included as part of this category.   13. Facilities must be low intensity, and provide no playgrounds, etc. Facilities such as club  houses, meeting places, auditoriums, large classes, etc., are not recommended.   3. Other factors to be considered: Labor intensity, structural coverage, explosive  characteristics, air pollution, electronic interference with aircraft, height of structures, and  potential glare to pilots.  14. Activities that attract concentrations of birds creating a hazard to aircraft operations  should be excluded.   4. No structures (except airfield lighting and navigational aids necessary for the safe  operation of the airfield when there are no other siting options), buildings, or above‐ ground utility and communications lines should normally be located in Clear Zone areas on  or off the air installation. The Clear Zone is subject to the most severe restrictions.  15. Factors to be considered: labor intensity, structural coverage, explosive characteristics,  and air pollution.   16. Lumber and timber products removed due to establishment, expansion, or  maintenance of Clear Zone lands owned in fee will be disposed of in accordance with  applicable DoD guidance.   5. Roads within the graded portion of the Clear Zone are prohibited. All roads within the  Clear Zone are discouraged, but if required, they should not be wider than two lanes and  the rights‐of‐way should be fenced (frangible) and not include sidewalks or bicycle trails.  Nothing associated with these roads should violate obstacle clearance criteria.  17. Controlled hunting and fishing may be permitted for the purpose of wildlife  management.   6. No above ground passenger terminals and no above ground power transmission or  distribution lines. Prohibited power lines include high‐voltage transmission lines and  distribution lines that provide power to cities, towns, or regional power for unincorporated  areas.  18. Surface mining operations that could create retention ponds that may attract  waterfowl and present bird/wildlife aircraft strike hazards (BASH), or operations that  produce dust or light emissions that could affect pilot vision are not compatible.   7. Development of renewable energy resources, including solar and geothermal facilities  and wind turbines, may impact military operations through hazards to flight or  electromagnetic interference. E X0]][Y[0[0p[[^Y0ܰ\]X[]p\Y\۰p\x$x$\p\\]0ۜY\0p[0[0[X[pYXY0Z\[ۋ0 NK]\[p\[]\X]\\ Kˋ0]\0Z\0X[\0][p\px$^\[0ۘۙܛZ[[0\\˰]\[p\[]\X]\\]0]X0]\0\[0p[X[0T X[ۜ^[0]\[p\[]\X]\\ܰۜX[۰ٰ]]\X]\\[00p[\YY YۜX[۰ٰ]X]\\\X\\pܰܛp]\][[ۋ0X0X]\\[0p\YۙY0]0^p0]X0]\ 0 ][Ppp L0X^[][pTܰ[X\X\ Ppp LJp\p 0[T$p[0 0[T$ LNpX^[][pTܰ\\K0Z[ 0[0\p\]Z\Y[0ܙ\0 Ppp LJK0\p L[Tp[0 0[TRK0 []\[Y[0[\0[Z[p[\Z[Y[0[\ܰ[]\[Y[0\\YۙY0ܰ\]Y0]0p[p]0[0]X0ܰ\[0[ۘ[][ٰۜ[K0[Y[[\YY\[0\]ܜ0ܙX]\[ L0[p\Xܙp]0[p][[Yp\p[\]Xp[TRKKp[[\\[[Yܘ]Y0ܛ\0ٰ[Y\X[0\X\Y[]0\[Y 0][Y 0ۙY 0ܰX[YY0\p[] [[\\\[Yp\ 0ZYܚ 0[][]K0Y[ۘ[ 0[0\\$Y[ۘ[0X[]Y\[ܙY0pX[0Yp KM8$ Xܛ[0\ܝ00