HB 2018 -- Structures Erected Within Navigable Airspace
Co-Sponsors: Merideth, Williams (159), Koller
This bill requires the Highways and Transportation Commission to
establish an airspace review and permit process to regulate
structures that may be erected within navigable airspace and to
ensure that they do not interfere with air navigation.
The commission must investigate all permit applications, taking
into consideration the safety and welfare of persons and
property in the air and on the ground. The commission may
approve application for temporary structures if it is evident
that the proposed temporary structure will not adversely affect
safety or air navigation. Permits may be withheld upon Federal
Aviation Administration investigation of any type.
The bill also contains language concerning location
requirements, when a permit is required, time required for
making application for a permit, permit exceptions,
identification requirements to be noted on permits, notification
of denial of a permit, the appeal process upon permit denial,
and rule making authority.
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