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 On-Going Issue / Strategy permissible, permissible with height restrictions, and prohibited to protect public safety and ensure compatibility. This should be done in conjunction with the mapping recommended in Strategy ED-1D. VO-2B Seymour Johnson AFB Imaginary Surfaces MCA Ensure Imaginary Surface / FAA Part 77 Compliance For all structures greater than 199 ft. tall, require a determination Finding of No Significant Impact from the Federal Aviation Administration to be submitted with the development application. For other strategies that address this issue see Strategies COM-8A, ED-1D, ED- 1E, LU-3A, VO-1A, VO-2A, and VO-2B. VO-3         High-Tech Agricultural Equipment Many farms are moving towards technologically advanced equipment to improve efficiency of farming which includes the use of aerial applicators (manned aircraft and drones) that could potentially extend into airspace of low-level Military Training Routes. For strategies that address this issue see Strategies COM-9A, LAS-1A, LAS-6A, LAS-7A. VO-4          Future Cell Towers Additional cell towers are needed to provide coverage in northeast North Carolina jurisdictions which could conflict with military training operational areas. For a strategy that address this issue see Strategy COM-8A. Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report       Page 127