Comprehensive Zoning Regulations; Most Stringent to Prevail Where Conflicts Occur.

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(1) INCORPORATION.—In the event that a political subdivision has adopted, or hereafter adopts, a comprehensive plan or policy regulating, among other things, the height of buildings, structures, and natural objects, and uses of property, any airport zoning regulations applicable to the same area or portion thereof may be incorporated in and made a part of such comprehensive plan or policy, and be administered and enforced in connection therewith.

(2) CONFLICT.—In the event of conflict between any airport zoning regulations adopted under this chapter and any other regulations applicable to the same area, whether the conflict be with respect to the height of structures or vegetation, the use of land, or any other matter, and whether such regulations were adopted by the political subdivision that adopted the airport zoning regulations or by some other political subdivision, the more stringent limitation or requirement shall govern and prevail.

History.—s. 4, ch. 23079, 1945; s. 4, ch. 2016-209; s. 24, ch. 2016-239.

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