Sec. 27-266.  Notice of Proposed Construction or Alteration or Permit - Airport Overlay.

 

(a)   Within the turning zones, the height regulations set forth in Section 27-265 shall not apply to construction or a tree which is no higher than seventy-five (75) feet above the nearest existing or proposed runway end.  It shall hereafter be unlawful, within the airport hazard area, to erect, construct, reconstruct, repair, or establish any building, transmission line, communication line, pole, tree, tower, smokestack, chimney, wires, or other structure or appurtenance thereto of any kind or character or to plant or replant any tree within the boundary of the hazard area of said airport without first determining the need to run the Federal Aviation Administration Notice of Criteria Tool and then, if necessary, filing an application of proposed construction or alteration and obtaining a Determination of No Hazard letter from the Federal Aviation Administration.  The Determination of No Hazard letter shall be provided to the City of Norfolk building permit official.

 

(b)   An application for a notice of proposed construction or alteration, as required under these regulations, shall be made upon the Federal Aviation Administration form 7460-1 available online at www.faa.gov/forms, and shall indicate the approximate location, ground elevation with reference to the elevation at the end of the nearest runway or landing strip, and height of the proposed structure or tree utilizing the standard mature height for any plant species and variety.  The form 7460-1 shall be submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration.

 

(c)   If any new structures or alteration of existing structures exceed a height of one hundred fifty (150) feet above the surface of the ground at point of installation, it shall be unlawful to build, erect or maintain any said structure without first obtaining a written permit from the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics as provided in Nebraska Revised Statutes 1943 (Reissue 2012)  3-403.  The permit shall be applied for upon the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics form HP1, available online at www.aero.nebraska.gov, and shall be submitted to the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics.  A copy of the written permit granted by the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics shall be provided to the City of Norfolk building permit official.

 

Source:  Ord. No. 4603, 1, 9-16-02; Ord. No. 5449, 1, 2-6-17;