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  41.657.  National Guard training centers, land use ordinances for surrounding area (Adair, Audrain, Crawford, McDonald, Miller, Newton, Randolph, Ray, and Washington counties). — 1.  The county governing body or county planning commission, if any, of any county of the second classification with more than fifty-eight thousand but fewer than sixty-five thousand inhabitants, and any county of the third classification without a township form of government and with more than twenty-three thousand but fewer than twenty-six thousand inhabitants may adopt ordinances regulating incompatible land uses and structures within all or any portion of the unincorporated area extending up to three thousand feet outward from the boundaries of any National Guard training center if the county has participated in the completion of a joint land use study associated with that training center.

  2.  As used in this section, "incompatible land uses and structures" are determined by the county governing body or county planning commission, if any, to be incompatible with noise, vibration, and other training impacts identified in the joint land use study or the most recent state operational noise management plan.  Regulations the county governing body or county planning commission, if any, determines are necessary to effectuate the purposes of this section and the recommendations in the joint land use study or operational noise management plan may include, but are not limited to, density, lot size, outdoor lighting, land use, construction standards, and subdivision of land.

  3.  The county governing body or county planning commission, if any, may also provide for coordination with National Guard officials and notification to current and future property owners with respect to potentially* incompatible land uses, military training impacts, and the existence of any regulation adopted under this section.

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(L. 2018 H.B. 1291 merged with H.B. 1504)

*Word "potential" appears in original rolls of H.B. 1504, 2018.


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