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• Seymour Johnson goes through USDA to coordinate BASH efforts with the City of Goldsboro .
• Seymour Johnson works with the Southern Wayne Sanitary District or Wayne Water District for BASH efforts related to water towers in Wayne County .
• The military ’ s authority is limited to conditions on the Base , which requires a coordinated effort through the USDA and local jurisdictions to address mitigation techniques outside the installation .
Incompatible Development Located in Seymour Johnson AFB Safety Zones Incompatible uses in the Safety Zones extend into City of Goldsboro and Wayne County creating a safety concern .
Compatibility Assessment Military airfields are associated with safety zones which consist of CZs and APZs that extend out from each runway end . Development is a concern within these zones , because statistically this is where aircraft accidents are most likely to occur . The risk to people on the ground in the event of an aircraft accident is small ; however , the consequences associated with these incidents are high . It is this level of potential impact which drives the Air Force ’ s recommended land uses within safety zones . The Air Force ’ s AICUZ Study identifies incompatible land uses within the safety zones and provides guidance on compatible uses within these defined areas . Incompatible development within these areas increases the safety risk for the public and for the airmen .
The CZs have the highest incident risk because th the ends of the runway , where accidents are sta The AICUZ recommends that only Open Space an structures ) uses should be allowed in the CZ . Eac 3,000 feet long and 3,000 foot wide , which begin runway and extends outwards , away from the ru installation to either acquire the land within the easement for the land , in order to prevent devel AICUZ Study last updated in 2011 indicates that owns 44 percent of land with the remainder in t planning jurisdiction while 100 percent of the lan the Air Force . The City maintains an APZ District uses within the CZ other than agricultural .
The APZs are the second most hazardous area , lo APZ I extends out 5,000 feet , beginning at the di also 3,000 feet wide . APZ II is 3,000 feet wide , an an additional 7,000 feet . Since these areas are fa runway , the potential risk is lower , which increas compatible development . The APZs are still con use planning recommendations within these are protect the safety of the community . The land w within the City of Goldsboro ’ s planning jurisdicti the outside edges of these areas under Wayne C
According to the 2011 AICUZ Update there were residential development within APZ I and II total three acres of incompatible Commercial land wi incompatible Public use within the CZ and APZ I . 13 acres of incompatible land as “ Other ” within incompatible uses per the AICUZ Study is identif
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 Seymour Johnson goes through USDA to coordinate BASH efforts with  the City of Goldsboro.   Seymour Johnson works with the Southern Wayne Sanitary District or  Wayne Water District for BASH efforts related to water towers in  Wayne County.    The military’s authority is limited to conditions on the Base, which  requires a coordinated effort through the USDA and local jurisdictions  to address mitigation techniques outside the installation.   The CZs have the highest incident risk because they are the areas closest to  the ends of the runway, where accidents are statistically most likely to occur.   The AICUZ recommends that only Open Space and Agricultural (no  structures) uses should be allowed in the CZ. Each runway has a CZ of  3,000 feet long and 3,000 foot wide, which begins at the threshold of the  runway and extends outwards, away from the runway.  It is common for the  installation to either acquire the land within the CZs or to obtain an avigation  easement for the land, in order to prevent development.  Seymour Johnson’s  AICUZ Study last updated in 2011 indicates that in the west CZ, the Air Force  owns 44 percent of land with the remainder in the City of Goldsboro’s  planning jurisdiction while 100 percent of the land in the east CZ is owned by  the Air Force.  The City maintains an APZ District Overlay which prohibits all  uses within the CZ other than agricultural.    ISSUE  SA‐3  Incompatible Development Located in Seymour  Johnson AFB Safety Zones  The APZs are the second most hazardous area, located just beyond the CZ.  APZ I extends out 5,000 feet, beginning at the distant end of the CZ and is  also 3,000 feet wide. APZ II is 3,000 feet wide, and extends out pTpܰ[Y][ۘ[0 0Y] [p\p\X\\p\\0pp[0ٰp[^K0p[X[0\\\0X0[ܙX\\pܝ[]Y\ܰ\]Xp][Y[ 0pT\p[0ۜY\Y0Y0\0[0[0\p[[X[Y[][ۜ][\p\X\[0\p\X[ۜX0pY]pٰp[][]Kp[0][Tp\YZ[[p][p]pٰ؛ܛ&\[[\\X[۰]0X[0ܝ[ۜX\p]YpY\ٰ\p\X\[\^[p[x&\۝ 00[\]Xp\\[pY]pۙ\^[0[]pٰ؛ܛ[0^[p[pܙX][pY]pۘ\00\]X[]H\\Y[Z[]\pZ\Y[\p\X]Y0]0Y]pۙ\X0ۜ\0ٰ֜[0T]0^[0]0pXX0[^p[ 0][Y[0\pۘ\][\pۙ\0X]\p]\X[p\\\pZ\ܘY0XY[\p[0Z[p\0p\[p۰pܛ[0[p][0ٰ[Z\ܘY0XY[0\X[]\0pۜ\]Y[\\X]Y0]0\p[Y[\pY 0]0\\][0ٰ[X[0[\X0X0]\pZ\ܘx&\X[Y[Y0[0\\][Y]pۙ\˰0pZ\ܘx&\RPVYpY[YY\[\]Xp[0\\][pY]pۙ\[0ݚY\ZY[p۰\]Xp\\][\pY[Y0\X\˰[\]Xp][Y[0][\p\X\[ܙX\\pY]p\ܰpXX[0ܰpZ\Y[Xܛ[0\ܝ0Xܙ[p LpRPV\]p\p\p[\]X[]Y\Y\[\Y[X[0][Y[0][Tp[0Rp[[ ̰Xܙ\˰00\p\pYpXܙ\ٰ[\]Xp[Y\X[0[0][TK0[0ۙpXܙpٰ[\]XpXX\p][pְ[0TK0pRPVY[YYY0LXܙ\ٰ[\]Xp[0\8'\'p][p֜˰pXZ۰ٰ[\]Xp\\\pRPVYp\Y[YYY0[Xp Kx$ K0Yp Kx$