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Issue / Strategy LIGHT AND GLARE (LG) LG-1 Light and Glare within Approach and Departure Surfaces Certain uses and developments can generate daytime glare and nighttime lighting conditions which can affect pilot visibility in approach and departure corridors extending from the ends of runways. LG-1A Seymour Johnson AFB Imaginary Surfaces MCA Dark Skies Ordinances Mid-Term    The City of Goldsboro and Wayne County should consider adopting “Dark Skies” ordinances (or including these concepts into their existing regulations) that minimize urban sky glow and the potential for light trespass. Develop specific zoning regulations to reduce light pollution and protect night skies from significant increases in ambient light and glare including requirements for fixtures that preclude uplighting and requirements for LED billboard lighting within Approach and Departure Corridors. Coordinate with Seymour Johnson AFB on acceptable types and extent of cultural lighting. NOISE (NOI) NOI-1 Noise from Overflight in Military Training Route Corridors Low-level flight along Military Training Route corridors generates noise that can affect noise sensitive land uses under areas of overflight. NOI-1A Seymour Johnson AFB Noise MCA / DCR Noise MAA Amend State Building Code for Sound Attenuation Short-Term  The North Carolina Building Code Council should consider incorporating sound attenuation in building construction requirements to achieve a maximum interior noise level of 45 dB from external sources for habitable areas. Other Primary Partner: North Carolina Building Code Council   Page 118 Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report