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A. After notice and hearing, this state or the governing body of a political subdivision that has established or operates an airport may designate as an airport influence area all property that is in the vicinity of the airport, that is currently exposed to aircraft noise and overflight and that either has a day-night average sound level of sixty-five decibels or higher or is within such geographical distance from an existing runway that exposes the area to aircraft noise and overflights as determined by the airport owner or operator.
B. If this state or the governing body of a political subdivision establishes an airport influence area, this state or the governing body shall prepare and file a record of the airport influence area in the office of the county recorder in each county that contains property in the airport influence area. The record shall be sufficient to notify owners or potential purchasers of property in the airport influence area that property in the area is currently subject to aircraft noise and aircraft overflights.