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360.84 HEIGHT LIMITATIONS; EXCEPTIONS.

No permit shall be issued to erect, or add to the height of any structure which will extend more than 1,000 feet above the highest point of land within a one mile radius from the location of the structure, except as hereinafter provided, or shall any person erect, or add to the height of any structure for which a permit is required that exceeds the height allowed by the permit.

The commissioner may issue a permit to erect or add to a structure which will extend to a height of more than 1,000 feet above the highest point of land within a one mile radius from the location of the structure proposed to be erected or added to if such proposed structure will not be higher than 50 feet above the height of the highest structure in existence on the effective date of Laws 1959, chapter 387, which is within a distance of one mile from the location of the structure proposed to be erected or added to.

Sections 360.81 to 360.91 do not apply to a structure for which an erection permit is required by the federal government.

History:

1959 c 387 s 4

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