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A. If a political subdivision has adopted or adopts a comprehensive zoning ordinance regulating the height of buildings, an airport zoning regulation applicable to the same area or portion of the same area may be:
1. Incorporated in and made a part of the comprehensive zoning regulation.
2. Administered and enforced in connection with the comprehensive zoning regulation.
B. If there is a conflict between an airport zoning regulation adopted under this article and another regulation applicable to the same area, the more stringent limitation or requirement governs and prevails, whether either:
1. The conflict is with respect to the height of structures or trees, use of land or any other matter.
2. The other regulation was adopted by the political subdivision that adopted the airport zoning regulations or by some other political subdivision.