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A. If an airport is owned or controlled by a political subdivision and an airport hazard area is located outside its territorial limits, the political subdivision that owns or controls the airport and the political subdivision within which the airport hazard area is located may establish a joint airport zoning board by ordinance or resolution that has the same power to adopt, administer and enforce airport zoning regulations applicable to the airport hazard area as that vested by section 28-8464 in the political subdivision within which the area is located.
B. The joint board consists of two representatives appointed by each political subdivision participating in its establishment and a chairman selected by a majority of the members who are appointed.