§ 154.293  DEFINITIONS.
   The terms used in this subchapter apply to the Wadsworth Municipal Airport located in the city, and such terms shall have the meanings ascribed to them herein unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   AIRPORT ELEVATION.  The elevation of the center point on the usable landing area.  The airport elevation of these regulations is established as 972 feet above mean sea level.
   AIRPORT HAZARD.  Any structure or object of natural growth or use of land located in the airport hazard area which projects into any of the zones herein described and obstructs the airspace required for, or is otherwise hazardous to, the flight of aircraft landing, taking-off or using the airport.
   AIRPORT HAZARD AREA.  For Wadsworth Municipal Airport, as determined by the Ohio Division of Aviation, is the area wholly contained within a circle and with its center on the airport reference point and a radius of 10,000 feet.
   AIRPORT ZONING BOARD.  The City Council.
   AIRPORT ZONING COMMISSION.  The Planning Commission.
   HEIGHT.  The purpose of determining the height limits in all zones set forth in these regulations, the datum shall mean sea level elevation unless otherwise specified.
   PLANE.  A surface, real or imaginary, in which if any two points are taken, the straight line that joins them lies wholly in that surface.
   REFERENCE POINT.  The airport reference point is an established point at the geographical center of the Wadsworth Municipal Airport and shall coincide with the northeast corner of Lot 21, Tract 8 of the original Wadsworth Township.
   RUNWAYS.  The paved or unpaved surface of an airport landing strip.  The runways described herein are more particularly shown in detail on the map described in § 154.295:
      (1)   INSTRUMENT RUNWAYS.  A runway equipped or to be equipped with electronic or visual air navigation aids adequate to permit the landing of aircraft under restricted visibility conditions.
      (2)   NONINSTRUMENT RUNWAYS.   A runway other than an instrument runway.
      (3)   RUNWAY LENGTH.  The established length of runway 2-20 is 3,535 feet and runway 10-28 is 2,100 feet.
   STRUCTURE.  An object constructed or installed by man, including, but not limited to, buildings, towers, smokestacks, steeples, antennas and overhead transmission lines.
   ZONES.  The airspace above a plane or conical surface as described in § 154.294(e).  There are several types of zones, known as approach zones, transitional zones, horizontal zones and conical zones.
('65 Code, § 1347.04)