Flying under new rules in Glendale; airport lawsuit still active

Glendale17960By Darrell Jackson | The Glendale Star

As the city continues to battle with hangar owners at Glendale Municipal Airport, the city council voted unanimously to amend and adopt minimum operating standards and revised the rules and regulations at the airport.

Mayor Jerry Weiers recused himself from the vote because he has a hangar at the airport.

Some of the changes adopted were that “all persons conducting Commercial Activities or Commercial Aeronautical Activities at the airport shall, as a condition of conducting such activities, obtain a lease, license, permit, and/or agreement with or from the city authorizing such activities pursuant to Article 3, and comply with all applicable requirements concerning such activities as are set forth in these minimum operating standards.”


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