[R.O. 225.010; Code 1967 §2-1; CC 1975 §3-1]
To promote the public safety, health and welfare, no motor vehicle shall be operated in excess of twenty-five (25) miles per hour from any highway entrance point to the parking area of Trenton Memorial Airport or upon such connecting roadways. It shall be unlawful to operate any motor vehicle, motorcycle, motor bicycle or motor scooter upon the runway proper or aprons of the airfield, except service vehicles, and then only under the supervision of the Airport Manager.
[R.O. 225.020; Code 1967 §2-2; CC 1975 §3-2]
It shall be unlawful for any person to litter or dump trash or other debris upon any entrance road, service area or any other portion of the airport.
[R.O. 2011 §225.030; Ord. No. 94-32 §§1 — 8, 7-13-1994; Ord. No. 96-20 §1, 5-29-1996]
Any pilot utilizing the facilities of the Trenton Municipal Airport for commercial agriculture spraying operations must register with the City of Trenton, Missouri, on authorized forms, said registration providing the following information:
It is requested that the aircraft have on board a radio with a frequency compatible with the Unicom frequency that is capable of making contact with the Trenton Municipal Airport. It is requested that each pilot make a radio announcement of intent to land as required in the airman's formation manual and in no instance less than one (1) mile from the Trenton Municipal Airport and also prior to taxiing into position for takeoff.
Each commercial agricultural aircraft operator proposing to engage in operations from or at the Trenton Municipal Airport must prior to engaging in such operations post a cash bond in the amount of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) in favor of the City of Trenton, Missouri, which bond is to be refunded by the City at the conclusion of the commercial agricultural spraying operations by said operator if the site where the aircraft is operated from is absent evidence of any spills of chemicals, fuels, lubricants, or debris of any kind.
No unauthorized vehicles shall be permitted on the apron, taxiway, runway, and in no instance shall any vehicle be left for longer than eight (8) consecutive hours. No vehicles are to be left in any unauthorized or undesignated parking areas.
Prior to engaging in commercial agricultural spraying operations at or from the Trenton Municipal Airport, each such operator shall file with the City of Trenton, Missouri, a certificate of insurance as proof of liability insurance coverage in an amount of not less than five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00) per occurrence.
Commercial agricultural aircraft operators engaged in spraying operations shall not during the release of materials as a part of such spraying operations overfly the populated areas of the City of Trenton, Missouri.