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§ 71.0205   Airport Ground and Flight Regulations.
   (a)   All aircraft traffic shall conform to the established traffic pattern as approved by the FAA and posted at the airport.
   (b)   No person shall park nor permit an aircraft to stand an unreasonable length of time on any runway or taxiway at the airport.
   (c)   No person shall park or store an aircraft or aircraft components at the airport except in areas designated by the Airport Manager.
   (d)   No person shall conduct experimental flight or ground demonstrations on the airport, which are not in accordance with applicable FAA regulations.
   (e)   No person shall take any aircraft from the landing area or hangars or operate such aircraft while under the influence of alcohol or FAA prohibited drugs.
   (f)   No person shall leave an aircraft unattended unless it is properly tied down or placed in a hangar. Owners of such aircraft shall be held responsible for any damage resulting from failure to comply with this rule.
   (g)   No aircraft shall be permitted to remain on any part of the landing or takeoff areas for the purpose of repairs.
   (h)   All aircraft shall be taxied at slow and reasonable speeds and shall not be taxied onto a runway without first stopping and waiting for any approaching aircraft preparing to land, or as directed by the tower.
   (i)   No person shall, without the owner’s permission, interfere or tamper with an aircraft parked or stored at the airport.
   (j)   No person shall move an aircraft on the airport in a negligent or reckless manner.
   (k)   No person shall start or taxi any aircraft on the airport in a place where the air or exhaust blast is likely to cause injuries to persons or property. If the aircraft cannot be started or taxied without violating this Subdivision, the operator must have it towed.
   Helicopters shall in all cases comply with FAA requirements.
(Am. Ord. 2132, passed - -1977; Am. Ord. 3975, passed - -2006)