EDGAR CO., IL. (ECWd) –
Earlier this week the Edgar County Board published a draft Airport Zoning Ordinance – which has yet to be recommended by the Airport Zoning Commission – who had promised at the previous hearing to have another public hearing to receive input on this proposal.
This draft Zoning Ordinance requires:
- PERMIT REQUIRED (from IDOT-Division of Aeronautics) for any use, construction, alteration, change in use of properties within the airport hazard zone. This includes (but is not limited to) using kites, balloons, shooting fireworks, planting vegetation, any smoke/light/reflection. Permit not required for structure, accumulation, or vegetation below 200′ – but fails to say the same for kites, balloons, fireworks, lights, etc.
- Face a penalty of $1,000 per day, for each violation of this Ordinance
- Other restrictions found here.
It references a letter dated June 25, 2007, but does not include a copy for anyone else to read —-> read our copy (click here).
It fails to state which State or Federal Statute/Law/Regulation a citizen should reference when seeking information about this Ordinance.
We are assuming the Administration Code referenced is this one: ftp://www.ilga.gov/JCAR/AdminCode/092/09200016sections.html
Draft Ordinance is below: