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care centers , recreational facilities , and schools , as well as low intensity and home‐based offices .
The APZ Overlay District is divided into three sections , which correspond to the Clear Zone , APZ I , and APZ II , and references the Seymour Johnson ’ s AFB AICUZ Study . Provisions of the Overlay apply to applications for new building , special use , and conditional use permits , as well as requests for certificates of occupancy and subdivision and site plan approval . The Overlay does not apply to structures in existence prior to the adoption of the overlay , but does apply to existing structures that undergo alteration , repair , or replacement of within the APZ Overlay District .
Uses permitted by right or as a special or conditional use shall be permitted in the APZ Overlay District with the following exceptions :
• Clear Zone : All uses other than agricultural land uses are prohibited . o
Average Density ‐ 30 perso = 240 persons per acre per density of 10 persons per a twenty‐four hour period .
Maximum Density – The m persons allowed per acre p dividing the number of hou by twenty‐four hours and t persons per acre , per hour
Example : Maximum density on a one‐acre site .
25 ( maximum average den ( two shifts ) divided by twen persons per acre per hour a
• APZ – I : No residential land uses will be allowed within the APZ section of the overlay zone . Nonresidential land uses shall comply with density standards as defined for the Airport Business zoning district . The allowable densities for any proposed use within the APZ‐I overlay shall be calculated as follows :
Average Density – Average density of persons per hour during a twenty‐four hour period are calculated by taking the number of persons per acre expected on site , multiplied by the number of hours they will be on site and dividing the total by twentyfour .
The average density for any use in the APZ m five ( 25 ) persons per acre during a 24‐hour p density may not exceed 50 persons per acre time .
• APZ‐II : All residential land uses with the overlay shall not exceed a densi per acre .
• Nonresidential land uses shall comp standards as defined for the Airport The allowable densities for any prop APZ‐II section of the overlay shall be
Example : One eight‐hour shift of thirty workers on a one‐acre site . o
Average Density – Average hour during a twenty‐four h
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care centers, recreational facilities, and schools, as well as low intensity and  home‐based offices.  The APZ Overlay District is divided into three sections, which correspond to  the Clear Zone, APZ I, and APZ II, and references the Seymour Johnson’s AFB  AICUZ Study.  Provisions of the Overlay apply to applications for new building,  special use, and conditional use permits, as well as requests for certificates of  occupancy and subdivision and site plan approval.  The Overlay does not  apply to structures in existence prior to the adoption of the overlay, but does  apply to existing structures that undergo alteration, repair, or replacement of  within the APZ Overlay District.    o Average Density ‐ 30 persons x 8 hours on site/1acre  = 240 persons per acre per hour. 240 /24 = Average  density of 10 persons per acre per hour per a  twenty‐four hour period.  o Maximum Density – The maximum density of  persons allowed per acre per hour is calculated by  dividing the number of hours persons will be on site  by twenty‐four hours and then dividing twenty‐five  persons per acre, per hour by the result.   Example: Maximum density for two eight‐hour shifts  on a one‐acre site.   Uses permitted by right or as a special or conditional use shall be  permitted in the APZ Overlay District with the following exceptions:   Clear Zone:  All uses other than agricultural land uses are  prohibited.   APZ –I:  No residential land uses will be allowed within the  APZ section of the overlay zone.  Nonresidential land uses  shall comply with density standards as defined for the Airport  Business zoning district.  The allowable densities for any  proposed use within the APZ‐I overlay shall be calculated as  follows:  o 25 (maximum average density) divided by 16 hours  (two shifts) divided by twenty‐four hours = 37.5  persons per acre per hour allowed.   The average density for any use in the APZ may not exceed twenty‐ five (25) persons per acre during a 24‐hour period. The maximum  density may not exceed 50 persons per acre per hour at any one  time.  Average Density – Average density of persons per  hour during a twenty‐four hour period are  calculated by taking the number of p \ۜ\Xܙp^XY0۰]K0][\YY0pp\ٰ\^p[0p۰]p[0]Y[p[0p[x$\0T$RN0[0\Y[X[0[0\\][pT$Rpܝ[۰ٰpݙ\^p[00^YY0p[]pٰ[[[]\XܙKkۜ\Y[X[0[0\\[0\p]0p[]p[\\Y[Y0ܰpZ\ܝ0\[\ۚ[\X 0p[Xp[]Y\ܰ[pY0\p][pT$RpX[۰ٰpݙ\^p[0p[[]Y0\ΰ‘^[\NۙpZY8$\Y0ٰ\pܚ\۰pۙx$Xܙp]K0Xܛ[0\ܝ0k]\Yp[]p8$]\Yp[]pٰ\ۜ\\\[p[x$\\\[0\pYp Kx$