§ 151.02  GENERAL OPERATIONS.
   (A)   Use of airport conditional; revocation of authority. Users shall comply with applicable federal, state and municipal laws, rules and regulations and the provisions of this chapter. The city or Airport Director may deny use of the airport to any user with just cause and with adequate notice.
   (B)   Control during emergencies. During an airport emergency, the Airport Director shall have absolute authority to control the airport subject to federal, state and local law and provisions of this chapter.
   (C)   City liability. The city shall not be liable for loss, injury or damage to airport users or their property resulting from the negligent acts or omissions of other users or from fire, vandalism, wind, flood, earthquake or other events outside the control of the city.
   (D)   Ejection. The Airport Director shall have the authority to eject from the airport premises any user who violates provisions of this chapter where a clear immediate hazard/danger to health and safety exists.
   (E)   Damage to airport property. Users responsible for, or causing damage to airport property shall be required to pay the city the costs of repairs. Users may be refused access to the airport until full remuneration has been received by the city.
   (F)   Accident reports. Users involved in vehicle accidents, causing bodily injury, damage to an aircraft or other damage in excess of $500, occurring at the airport shall make a full written report to the Airport Director as soon as possible after an accident. When a written report of an accident is required by the FAA, NTSB and/or the state, a copy of that report may be submitted to the Airport Director in lieu of the report required above.
   (G)   Removal of aircraft and vehicles causing a hazard. Aircraft or vehicles causing a clear safety hazard to airport users may be removed or relocated at the discretion of the Airport Director. Users may be charged a reasonable fee for service costs incurred in removing or relocating the vehicle or aircraft.
   (H)   Charitable events. Charitable events may be held on the airport without a special permit. The organization holding the event shall notify and obtain written permission from the airport manager a minimum of two weeks before the event.
(1976 Code, § 14-2)  (Ord. 552-09, passed 10-22-2009)