City of Neosho, MO
Newton County
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Cross Reference — Officers and employees, see ch. 110.
[Code 1962 §21-6; CC 1979 §3-1; Ord. No. 973 §1, 10-4-1977]
No person shall fly an airplane over the City at a height of less than fifteen hundred (1500) feet.
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Editor's Note — Ord. no. 39-2000 §1, adopted on September 19, 2000, repealed section 145.020 in its entirety. Former section 145.020 derived from CC 1979 §3-2 and ord. no. 92-50 §1, 11-3-1992.
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Charter Reference — Creation of agencies, §4.01.
Cross Reference — Planning and zoning commission, ch. 400.
[Code 1962 §2-131; CC 1979 §3-13; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005]
There is hereby established an Airport Industrial Development Board of the City to serve at the pleasure of the City Council.
[Code 1962 §2-132; CC 1979 §3-14; Ord. No. 88-32, §2, 7-5-1988; Ord. No. 92-21 §§1 — 2, 5-19-1992; Ord. No. 96-51 §1, 10-15-1996; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005; Ord. No. 33-2015 §1, 8-4-2015]
The Airport Industrial Development Board shall be composed of seven (7) members. Two (2) members shall be affiliated with industrial commercial aviation businesses; one (1) member shall be the Director of Economic Development for the City of Neosho; one (1) member shall be an officer of a financial institution from the City of Neosho; one (1) member shall be a City Council member and two (2) members shall be a pilot at large. These members shall elect from the membership of the Board a Chairman, Vice Chairman and a Secretary.
[Code 1962 §2-133; CC 1979 §3-15; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005]
Members of the Airport Industrial Development Board, after the expiration of the original terms, shall be appointed for subsequent terms of three (3) years.
[Code 1962 §2-134; CC 1979 §3-16; Ord. No. 781 §1, 3-16-1971; Ord. No. 88-32 §3, 7-5-1988; Ord. No. 92-21 §§1, 3, 5-19-1992; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005]
Any vacancy on the Airport Industrial Development Board shall be filled by the Council by appointment of a member to serve during the remainder of the term of his/her predecessor.
[Code 1962 §2-135; CC 1979 §3-17; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005]
The Airport Industrial Development Board shall hold regular meetings at such times and at such place as the Board may determine but such meetings shall be held no less often than every three (3) months. A quorum for all regular or special meetings shall be a simple majority.
[Code 1962 §2-136; CC 1979 §3-18; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005]
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The Airport Industrial Development Board shall have the following duties:
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To develop and recommend rules and regulations applicable to airport activity within the confines of existing Federal, State, County and City laws or ordinances and recommend additional laws or ordinances or revisions thereto.
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To represent the City in all matters dealing with air traffic and commerce.
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To receive and screen all applications for catering services, fuel, oil, transportation, fixed base operations, flight instruction, manufacturing or such other activities involving the use or conduct of business on or involving the municipal airport and make recommendations to the City Manager or City Council as applicable.
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To investigate the need for and recommend action necessary for maintenance of the municipal airport so long as such airport requires City labor, equipment and materials or the contribution of labor, equipment and materials by others.
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To develop through the assistance of suitable technical consultants a master airport development program including, but not restricted to, runways, lighting, taxiways, parking area, hangars, restaurants, lodging, communications, servicing, zoning, etc.
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To develop and recommend ways and means for the accomplishment of an approved master airport plan.
[Code 1962 §2-137; CC 1979 §3-19; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005]
The Airport Industrial Development Board may delegate to its individual members such of the responsibilities and duties set forth in this Article as may be necessary to effectively carry out the responsibilities of the Board.
[Code 1962 §2-138; CC 1979 §3-20; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005]
The Airport Industrial Development Board shall not commit the City to any expenditure of money nor shall it otherwise obligate the City without the specific authority of the City Council.
[Code 1962 §2-139; CC 1979 §3-21; Ord. No. 229-2005 §1, 10-18-2005]
The Airport Industrial Development Board shall be responsible to the City Council and shall confine its efforts to the development and maintenance of the municipal airport for the City in keeping with the times and economics of the City.
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Editor's Note — Ord. no. 39-2000 §1, adopted on September 19, 2000, repealed section 145.120, fees for bow hunting on airport property. Former section 145.120 derived from CC 1979 §3-22; ord. no. 92-22 §1, 5-19-1992 and ord. no. 92-50 §2, 11-3-1992.