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A. Residential uses are not permitted, unless approved pursuant to chapter 18.5.4 Conditional Use Permits.

B. The maximum height of structures, trees or other airspace obstructions shall comply with the FAR 77 Height Restrictions, which limit height as a conic section in relation to the runway and its approach as detailed in the adopted Ashland Municipal Airport Master Plan’s “Airspace Plan”, and shall not exceed the height allowed in the underlying zoning.

C. All planning actions will require, as a condition of approval that the applicant sign an agreement with the City agreeing that airport noise is likely to increase in the future and that they waive all rights to complain about airport noise.

D. Activities associated with tree trimming or removal are exempt from tree removal permit requirements as provided in AMC The City may top any tree that is in excess of those maximum heights listed in section, or locate appropriate lights or markers on those trees as a warning to the operators of aircraft.

E. No use shall be made of land or water within any of this zone in such a manner as to create electrical interference with navigational signals or radio communication between airport and aircraft, make it difficult for pilots to distinguish between airport lights and others, result in glare in the eyes of pilots using the airport, impair visibility in the vicinity of the airport, or otherwise create a hazard which may in any way endanger the landing, takeoff, or maneuvering of aircraft using the airport.

F. Construction or assembly of an aircraft hangar is exempt from Site Design Review, but requires approval of a Ministerial Action/Permit. The permit is to verify that the proposed hangar is within a pre-determined location identified in the adopted Ashland Municipal Airport Master Plan for conventional, executive or T-hangars, and is constructed in compliance with Ashland Municipal Airport design and material standards.