City of Cassville, MO
Barry County
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[Ord. No. 1795, 8-13-2018]
The municipal airport shall be known as the Cassville Municipal Airport.
[Ord. No. 1795, 8-13-2018]
A. 
Any person who knowingly or willfully violates any rule or regulation prescribed in this Chapter, or any order or instruction issued by the City Administrator authorized in this Chapter, shall be deemed to be in violation of the City ordinances, and shall be punished in accordance with Section 100.220, which is additional to other remedies as may be set forth in this Chapter.
B. 
The presence of any motor vehicle in violation of any provision of this Chapter shall be prima facie evidence that the person in whose name such vehicle is registered or titled, committed or authorized such violation.
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The operation of aircraft at the municipal airport shall be in compliance with all applicable Federal, State and City laws, rules and regulations applicable thereto.
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The Board of Aldermen shall from time to time, adopt such rules and regulations in ordinance form as may be necessary for the proper conduct and administration of all activities at the municipal airport. Such rules and regulations shall be on file in the office of the City Clerk. It shall be unlawful for any person to violate such rules and regulations.
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A. 
The City Administrator or his/her designee shall have the authority to issue special regulations, notices, memorandums, or directives of an operational nature, with notice given to the elected officials, to persons engaged in business within the airport in order to enable the City Administrator to carry out the regulations in this Chapter.
B. 
The City Administrator shall have the authority to execute hanger leases and tie down agreements valued at less than five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) per annum and in conformance with the terms and conditions of this Chapter.
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Landing areas (runways) and taxiways at the municipal airport shall be reserved for the use of aircraft. No person shall be in, upon or about such area except in going to or coming from any such aircraft or while engaged in loading, unloading or servicing such aircraft. No vehicle shall be allowed within such area except upon permission granted by the City Administrator.
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No person, other than the owner or his/her duly authorized pilot or agent, shall have access to or use or in any way tamper with or molest any aircraft at the municipal airport.
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The City shall not be responsible for the loss of or damage to any aircraft or any other personal property on the municipal airport or within any hangar, whether by reason of fire, theft or accidental, malicious or negligent damage; and all persons using the airport shall assume the risk of all such loss. The owner of any aircraft using the facilities of the airport, being operated thereon, or stored or serviced thereon shall be fully responsible to the City and to members of the public generally for any damage or loss caused by the negligent use, operation or storage of such aircraft.
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Any damage to municipal airport property or property belonging to the City occasioned by the use, operation or storage of any aircraft shall be made good at once without demand. In the event of the failure of the person liable therefor to repair such damage, the City may cause the damage to be repaired in the proper manner, and the costs thereof shall be assessed to and paid by the person responsible therefor.
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A. 
The City Administrator is authorized to designate parking spaces for aircraft at the municipal airport, to assign parking spaces to aircraft owners, and to collect rental payments therefor and make remittance to the Department of Finance of the City.
B. 
Parking of single-engine aircraft and light and medium twin-engine aircraft at the municipal airport shall be pursuant to monthly rental agreements individually negotiated between the City Administrator and month-to-month tenants; provided, however, in no event shall such rental fee be less than ten dollars ($10.00) per month for parking of single-engine aircraft and fifteen dollars ($15.00) per month for light and medium twin-engine aircraft.
C. 
The City shall lease parking spaces for aircraft at the risk of the aircraft owner.
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It shall be unlawful for any person to park a vehicle on the property of the municipal airport except in compliance with and obedience to official traffic control signs and markings.
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Storage of aircraft in T-hangars at the municipal airport shall be pursuant to monthly rental agreements individually negotiated between the City Administrator and month-to-month tenants; provided, however, in no event shall such rental fee be less than fifty dollars ($50.00) per month.
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Storage of aircraft in enclosed hangars at the municipal airport shall be pursuant to monthly rental agreements individually negotiated between the City Administrator and month-to-month tenants. The City Administrator shall ensure such rental fees are fair market value and equitable between tenants reflecting the location, condition and amenities as they may vary between City owned enclosed hangers.