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Wayne County also adopted a standalone Comprehensive Plan in 2009 . This Plan contains only a Growth Strategies map which also does not reflect the safety zones or height restrictions per the Seymour Johnson AICUZ Study .
Zoning Ordinance As discussed in Issue LU‐1 , Wayne County has an Airport Overlay District in the Zoning Ordinance to regulate land within the Seymour Johnson AFB safety zones within the County . The zoning ordinance does not specifically state that the safety zones were taken from the AICUZ Study , nor does it provide locations or dimensions . It simply states that they are part of the Official Zoning Map , which is not included in the electronic version of the zoning ordinance on the County ’ s webpage . The County ’ s webpage provides some interactive mapping , including zoning , but some of the features , including the map legend , do not work properly , making the data shown on the map unusable . People who wish to view the Official Zoning Map and locations of the Airport Overlay District must go to the County ’ s planning department during business hours .
Existing Tools
See the Existing Tools listed under Issues LU‐1 .
City of Goldsboro Comprehensive Plan Section 7 of the Goldsboro Comprehensive Plan is titled Future Land Use . This section describes the importance of protecting the land around Seymour Johnson AFB to ensure compatible development in the future . The base is identified as one of the limitations for future development in the Goldsboro Urbanized Area . This section of the plan describes a Protection Overlay , which comprises the 100‐year Neuse River flood area and the noise and height control areas for aircraft operations at Seymour Johnson AFB . The overlay includes several elements related to aircraft operations at Seymour Johnson AFB : Accident Potential Zones , Noise District Overlay , Airport District , and Airport Height Overlay District . The inclusion of these areas in the Comprehensive Plan is a good start to prevent future incompatible
development , but the plan does not adequately zones , dimensions and sizes of them , or how the Base .
• The Goldsboro Comprehensive Plan addre compatibility with Seymour Johnson AFB b Future Land Use Map .
• The Goldsboro Noise Overlay District and overlay is only included on the Official Zon City ’ s planning department office making public .
• The standalone Wayne County Comprehe Strategy Areas map but it does not addres Seymour Johnson AFB .
• The Airport Overlay District in the Wayne only included on the Official Zoning Map , planning department office making it not public .
• The County ’ s webpage provides some inte zoning , but some of the features , includin work properly , making the data shown on
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Wayne County also adopted a standalone Comprehensive Plan in 2009.  This  Plan contains only a Growth Strategies map which also does not reflect the  safety zones or height restrictions per the Seymour Johnson AICUZ Study.             development, but the plan does not adequately describe the locations of the  zones, dimensions and sizes of them, or how they are oriented around the  Base.    Zoning Ordinance  As discussed in Issue LU‐1, Wayne County has an Airport Overlay District in  the Zoning Ordinance to regulate land within the Seymour Johnson AFB  safety zones within the County.  The zoning ordinance does not specifically  state that the safety zones were taken from the AICUZ Study, nor does it  provide locations or dimensions.  It simply states that they are part of the  Official Zoning Map, which is not included in the electronic version of the  zoning ordinance on the County’s webpage.  The County’s webpage provides  some interactive mapping, including zoning, but some of the features,  including the map legend, do not work properly, making the data shown on  the map unusable.  People who wish to view the Official Zoning Map and  locations of the Airport Overlay District must go to the County’s planning  department during business hours.  Findings Existing Tools  The Goldsboro Comprehensive Plan addresses future land use  compatibility with Seymour Johnson AFB but it is not included on the  Future Land Use Map.   The Goldsboro Noise Overlay District and Accident Potential Zone  overlay is only included on the Official Zoning Map, located in the  City’s planning department office making it not easily accessible to the  public.   The standalone Wayne County Comprehensive Plan has a Growth  Strategy Areas map but it does not address compatibility around  Seymour Johnson AFB.   The Airport Overlay District in the Wayne County Zoning Ordinance is  only included on the Official Zoning Map, located in the County’s  planning department office making it not easily accessible to the  public.   The County’s webpage provides some interactive mapping, including  zoning, but some of the features, including the map legend, do not  work properly, making the data shown on the map unusable.  See the Existing Tools listed under Issues LU‐1.  City of Goldsboro Comprehensive Plan Section 7 of the Goldsboro Comprehensive Plan is titled Future Land Use.   This section describes the importance of protecting the land around Seymour  Johnson AFB to ensure compatible development in the future.  The base is  identified as one of the limitations for future development in the Goldsboro  Urbanized Area.  This section of the plan describes a Protection Overlay,  which comprises the 100‐year Neuse River flood area and the noise and  height control areas for aircraft operations at Seymour Johnson AFB.  The  overlay includes several elements related to aircraft operations at Seymour  Johnson AFB: Accident Potential Zones, Noise District Overlay, Airport  District, and Airport Height Overlay District.  The inclusion of these areas in  the Comprehensive Plan is a good start to prevent future incompatible  Page 5.14 $ L0Xܛ[0\ܝ00