(a) “AICUZ” means a jointly developed community--military air installation compatible use zone.
(b) “ACUB” means an army compatible use buffer.
(c) “Development proposal” means any development requiring a review process prior to approval including, but
not limited to, platting, rezoning, conditional use, special use, variance or any
other similar action.
(d) “DNL” means a day--night noise level.
(e) “ENMP” means an environmental noise management plan of an active duty, national guard or
reserve military installation.
(f) “JLUS” means a joint land use study.
(g) “Military training buffer contract” means land in which the private owner voluntarily provides, sells or leases the
development rights for the land or provides, sells or leases the right of the military
to reject proposed development that will be incompatible with the training mission
and operations of a federal or state military facility of more than 100 acres. Nothing in the state area of interest, military training buffer area or military
training buffer area contract shall provide authority for the use of eminent domain.
(h) “Municipality” shall mean a city or county.
(i) “State area of interest military training buffer area” means land that is contiguous to a federal or state military facility of more than
100 acres as specified in the applicable AICUZ, JLUS, ACUB, or ENMP or is located
adjacent to lands already in the program or is under a military flight path.
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