§ 633.02  Installation Required; Notification Required; Federal Regulation
   (a)   No person shall own or construct a new or existing obstruction that exceeds an overall height of between one hundred and fifty (150) and two hundred (200) feet without aviation safety marking and obstruction lighting. Such aviation safety marking and obstruction lighting shall be consistent with the current applicable requirements for structures greater than two hundred (200) feet above ground level as prescribed by the Federal Aviation Administration Advisory Circular currently applicable.
   (b)   No owner or operator of a crane shall leave a crane extended into the air overnight to a height of fifty (50) feet or greater, unless the crane contains aviation safety marking and obstruction lighting. Such aviation safety marking and obstruction lighting shall be consistent with the current applicable requirements for structures greater than two hundred (200) feet above ground level as prescribed in the Federal Aviation Administration Advisory Circular currently applicable.
   (c)   This chapter does not apply to towers, antennas, roof structures, or other obstructions that exceed two hundred (200) feet which are otherwise regulated by 14 C.F.R. Part 77.
   (d)   Any person applying to the City to own or construct a new or existing obstruction shall provide written notice to the Director of Public Safety.
(Ord. No. 2110-2000. Passed 2-12-01, eff. 2-20-01)