§ 95.30  FIRE REGULATIONS.
   (A)   All persons shall comply with “No Smoking”, “Fire Lane” and other regulatory signs.
   (B)   No airplane shall be fueled or drained of fuel while the engine is running or while in a hangar or other enclosed space.
   (C)   The cleaning of engines or other parts of an airplane within an enclosure shall be with non-flammable liquids. If volatile, flammable liquids are employed, cleaning operations shall be carried on in the open air.
   (D)   Floors shall be kept free and clean from oil at all times. The use of volatile or flammable substances for the cleaning of floors is prohibited.
   (E)   Owners and tenants of hangars or other structures shall be responsible for prompt removal of oily waste, rags and other rubbish, such as empty oil, paint and varnish cans, bottles and the like, which shall not be allowed to accumulate.
   (F)   No rubbish, paper or debris of any kind shall be permitted to be stored in or about the hangars or other structures.
   (G)   The storage of gasoline, kerosene or other flammable liquids including those used in connection with the process of doping shall be in compliance with the regulations of the National Fire Prevention Association and all future amendments of those regulations for containers for flammable liquids and the storage of such containers.
   (H)   Any person responsible for the spillage or dripping of fuels or flammable liquids which may be unsightly or detrimental to the pavement or to the environment shall ensure the immediate removal of the material. The responsibility for removal shall be assumed by the operator of the equipment causing the spillage or by the tenant or licensee responsible for the spillage. Any spillage or dripping of fuels, flammable liquids, acids or the like shall be reported to the Airport Manager’s office immediately.
   (I)   No fuels, oils, dopes, paints, solvents or acids shall be disposed of or dumped in drains, on the ramp areas, catch basins or ditches, or elsewhere on the airport.
   (J)   No person shall start an aircraft engine or run an aircraft engine in any hangar or building at the airport without the permission of the Airport Manager. This includes, but is not limited to, the running of an aircraft engine to enter or exit a hangar.
(Prior Code, § 2.198)  (Ord. 755, passed 2-20-2012)  Penalty, see § 95.99