Because prime forest land is not a readily renewable resource, this district classification is- intended to provide for the protection of timber lands from uses which may be in conflict therewith. The provisions of this section, therefore, shall be liberally interpreted to apply to forestry and agriculture, and permitted agricultural uses, to the end that no other use shall be permitted. It is the intention of this section to prevent the subdividing of prime forest lands into lot sizes which might threaten the use of such lands fear forest or timber production, and changes of lone from AF to another classification are to be made only where such uses are in accord with the general plan.The following regulations shall apply in all AF districts, subject to the provisions of Chapters 20.46 and 20.48 of this code.
(Ord. 74-12 § 3 (part), 1974.)