Notwithstanding any other provisions of this chapter, no use whether permitted in the underlying zoning district, or by planned use, special use permit, or otherwise, may be made of land or water within the Airport Overlay (AO) District so as to:
   (A)   Create electrical interference with navigational signals, radar or radio communications between Scott Air Force Base and MidAmerica St. Louis Airport and the aircraft;
   (B)   Cause confusion or otherwise make it difficult for pilots to distinguish between airport lights and other lights;
   (C)   Result in glare in the eyes of the pilots using the airport;
   (D)   Impair visibility of the airport;
   (E)   Emit or discharge smoke (e.g., exhaust from a smoke stack), that interferes with the health and safety of pilots and the public in the use of the airport, or that is otherwise detrimental or injurious to the health, safety and general welfare of the public in the use of the airport;
   (F)   Emit thermal discharge (e.g., steam from a power plant) that interferes with the pilot’s vision in the use of the airport;
   (G)   Cause significant air turbulence (e.g., exhaust from a peaker plant) where aircraft limit loads may be exceeded;
   (H)   Cause any other kind of emission that may cause a safety of flight issue;
   (I)   Create a bird or wildlife strike hazard that in any way endangers or interferes with the landing, takeoff or maneuvering of aircraft using or intending to use the airport;
   (J)   Create a vertical obstruction that physically intrudes on protected airspaces around the airport; and
   (K)   Concentrate people within zones to unduly expose them to noise or aircraft accident risk.
(Ord. 3718, passed 6-20-2011)