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SUGGESTED LAND USE COMPATIBILITY 1 LAND USE SLUCM No. Land Use Name Clear Zone APZ I APZ II 81.5-81.7 Density Agriculture-Livestock farming, including grazing and feedlots N Y 14 Y 14 82 Agriculture related activities N Y 15 Y 15 Maximum FAR 0.28 in APZ I; 0.56 in APZ II; no activity which produces smoke, glare, or involves explosives 83 Forestry activities 16 N Y Y Maximum FAR 0.28 in APZ I; 0.56 in APZ II; no activity which produces smoke, glare, or involves explosives 84 Fishing activities 17 N 17 Y Y Maximum FAR 0.28 in APZ I; 0.56 in APZ II; no activity which produces smoke, glare, or involves explosives 85 Mining activities 18 N Y 18 Y 18 Maximum FAR 0.28 in APZ I; 0.56 in APZ II; no activity which produces smoke, glare, or involves explosives 89 Other resource production or extraction N Y Y Maximum FAR 0.28 in APZ I; 0.56 in APZ II; no activity which produces smoke, glare, or involves explosives 90 Other 91 Undeveloped land Y Y Y 93 Water areas 19 N 19 N 19 N 19 Source: Air Force Instruction AFI 32-7063, Rev. December 2015. Key to Table: SLUCM - Standard Land Use Coding Manual, US Department of Transportation. Notes: 1. A “Yes”: (Y) or a “No” (N) designation for compatible land use is to be used only for general comparison. Within each, uses exist where further evaluation may be needed in each category as to whether it is clearly compatible, normally compatible, or not compatible due to the variation of the densities of people and structures. In order to assist air installations and local governments, general suggestions as to FARs are provided as a guide to density in some categories. In general, land use restrictions that limit occupants, including employees, of commercial, service, or industrial buildings or structures to 25 an acre in APZ I and 50 an acre in APZ II are considered to be low density. Outside events Background Report    Page 5.21‐13