Compatibility with adjacent land uses
- • county measures
A county shall insure that a destination resort is compatible with the site and adjacent land uses through the following measures:
(1) Important natural features, including habitat of threatened or endangered species, streams, rivers and significant wetlands shall be retained. Riparian vegetation within 100 feet of streams, rivers and significant wetlands shall be retained. Alteration of important natural features, including placement of structures which maintain the overall values of the feature may be allowed.
(2) Improvements and activities shall be located and designed to avoid or minimize adverse effects of the resort on uses on surrounding lands, particularly effects on intensive farming operations in the area. At a minimum, measures to accomplish this shall include:
(a) Establishment and maintenance of buffers between the resort and adjacent land uses, including natural vegetation and where appropriate, fences, berms, landscaped areas and other similar types of buffers.
(b) Setbacks of structures and other improvements from adjacent land uses. [1987 c.886 §7]
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