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4.3 State of North Carolina Plans and Programs House Bill 254: Notice of Land-Use Planning and Zoning Changes House Bill 254, “An Act Amending the Requirements Related to Notice of Land‐use Planning and Zoning Changes to be given to a Military Base by Counties or Cities near the Military Base”, was enacted in the 2013 General Assembly Session. The Bill establishes that prior to any changes located within five miles of a military base, the Board of Commissioners must provide written notice to the commander of the military base. The written notice must be sent between 10 to 25 days before the public hearing. Prior to the date of the public hearing, the military may provide comments or analysis to the board regarding the compatibility of the proposed changes with military operations at the base. If the board does not receive a response within 30 days of the notice, the military is deemed to waive the comment period. The proposed changes requiring notice are: 1. Changes to the zoning map. 2. Changes that affect the permitted uses of land. 3. Changes relating to telecommunications towers or windmills. 4. Changes to proposed new major subdivision preliminary plats. 5. An increase in the size of an approved subdivision by more than fifty percent (50%) of the subdivision's total land area including developed and undeveloped land. House Bill 433: Military Lands Prote North Carolina’s House Bill 433 was established the state’s military installations by developing h standards for buildings and/or structures within installation. Other concerns addressed by the l sea spaces, along with radio frequency encroac Counties and/or cities that are located near a m prohibited from constructing or approving a tal without consent from the Building Code Counci developed, the person proposing the construct following to the Building Code Council. • Identification of the major military install commander of the installation that is loca proposed tall building or structure. • A copy of the written notice sent to the b installation that is located within five mile building or structure. • A written "Determination of No Hazard to the FAA pursuant to Subpart D of Part 77 Federal Regulations for the proposed tall After receiving the information, the Building Co written statement from the base commander d impact of the proposed building and/or structu Council must not approve a building or structur interfere with any major military installation. House Bill 484: Permitting of Wind House Bill 484 establishes a system of permits f wind energy facilities in North Carolina. The bill to incorporate future compatibility with the sta Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report 4.3 State of North Carolina Plans and Programs House Bill 254: Notice of Land-Use Planning and Zoning Changes House Bill 254, “An Act Amending the Requirements Related to Notice of  Land‐use Planning and Zoning Changes to be given to a Military Base by  Counties or Cities near the Military Base”, was enacted in the 2013 General  Assembly Session. The Bill establishes that prior to any changes located  within five miles of a military base, the Board of Commissioners must  provide written notice to the commander of the military base.  The written  notice must be sent between 10 to 25 days before the public hearing. Prior  to the date of the public hearing, the military may provide comments or  analysis to the board regarding the compatibility of the proposed changes  with military operations at the base. If the board does not receive a  response within 30 days of the notice, the military is deemed to waive the  comment period.  The proposed changes requiring notice are:  1. Changes to the zoning map.  2. Changes that affect the permitted uses of land.  3. Changes relating to telecommunications towers or windmills.  4. Changes to proposed new major subdivision preliminary plats.  5. An increase in the size of an approved subdivision by more than fifty  percent (50%) of the subdivision's total land area including developed  and undeveloped land.  House Bill 433: Military Lands Protection Act of 2013 North Carolina’s House Bill 433 was established in 2013, in efforts to support  the state’s military installations by developing height regulations and  standards for buildings and/or structures within proximity to a military  installation.  Other concerns addressed by the legislation are loss of air and  sea spaces, along with radio frequency encroachment.  Counties and/or cities that are located near a military installation are  prohibited from constructing or approving a tall building and/or structure  without consent from the Building Code Council.  If a structure is to be  developed, the person proposing the construction must submit the  following to the Building Code Council.    Identification of the major military installation and the base  commander of the installation that is located within five miles of the  proposed tall building or structure.   A copy of the written notice sent to the base commander of the  installation that is located within five miles of the proposed tall  building or structure.   A written "Determination of No Hazard to Air Navigation" issued by  the FAA pursuant to Subpart D of Part 77 of Title 14 of the Code of  Federal Regulations for the proposed tall building or structure.  After receiving the information, the Building Code Council must request a  written statement from the base commander determining the potential  impact of the proposed building and/or structure.  The Building Code  Council must not approve a building or structure that would encroach or  interfere with any major military installation.     House Bill 484: Permitting of Wind Energy Facilities House Bill 484 establishes a system of permits for the siting and operati )ݥ ɝ ѥ 9ѣ ɽ Q ݅ ɥ )ѿ Ʌї ɗ ѥ ݥѣ ѡ хїe х Ʌѥ̻ Q + )M嵽ȁ)ͽɔ չI)1ULI)A