11.03.02.07

.07 Personal Conduct.

A. Use and Enjoyment of Airport.

(1) No person, singly or in association with others, may, by his conduct or by congregating with others, prevent any other lawfully entitled person from the use and enjoyment of the Airport and its facilities or any part of them, or prevent any other lawfully entitled person from passing from place to place, or through entrances, exits, or passageways at the Airport.

(2) A person may not walk, drive a motor vehicle, or ride a bicycle upon the public areas of the Airport other than on roads, walks, or rights-of-way provided for this purpose.

(3) A person may not use roller skates or skate boards at the Airport.

(4) Smoking or carrying any lighted tobacco product in any building owned or leased by the Administration is prohibited.

(5) Any outdoor area in which smoking or carrying lighted tobacco products is permitted shall be designated by the Administration and prominently marked.

B. Preservation of Property.

(1) No person, unless duly authorized by the Administration, may destroy, injure, deface, disturb, remove, or tamper with any building, sign, equipment, fixture, marker, or any other structure or property at the Airport.

(2) A person may not injure, deface, remove, destroy, or disturb the trees, flowers, shrubs, or other vegetation at the Airport.

(3) A person may not walk on a posted lawn or seeded area of the Airport.

(4) A person may not willfully abandon any personal property at the Airport. Any person who causes damage to Airport property shall be liable for this damage, in addition to any other penalties prescribed in these regulations.

C. Handbills.

(1) A person may not affix any printed or written material or matter anywhere in the public areas and public phone booths of the Airport, except where otherwise specifically permitted or prescribed by these regulations, or unless authorized by the Administration.

(2) A person may not distribute any printed or written material or matter by placing or leaving it unattended at any location at the Airport, unless authorized by the Administration.

D. Picketing and Demonstrations.

(1) A person may not conduct picketing or demonstrations anywhere at the Airport unless permitted by the Administration and according to prescribed conditions.

(2) Persons engaged in picketing or demonstrations shall conduct these activities only in an area specified by the Airport Director.

(3) Persons engaged in picketing or demonstrations shall conduct themselves in a peaceful and orderly manner contemplated by law, without physical harm, molestation, threat, or harassment of persons, obscenities, violence, breach of peace, or other unlawful conduct.

(4) A person picketing or demonstrating may not obstruct the use of the Airport by others, or interfere with the proper, safe, orderly, and efficient operation of the Airport and activities conducted there.

(5) A person under the influence of alcohol or drugs may not picket or demonstrate.

(6) The area specified for the purpose of picketing shall be kept clean and free from all debris.

(7) Private vehicles of pickets will not be permitted to park in the vicinity of the picket line.

(8) All signs must be carried by persons in the picket line, and the size and type of sign must be approved in advance of a specified picket date, by the Airport Director.

E. Disorderly Conduct.

(1) A person may not use the terminal building or any other public area of the Airport for sleeping.

(2) A person may not sit on the floor in the terminal building or any other public area of the Airport instead of using provided accommodations.

F. Intoxication. A person may not drink any intoxicating liquors upon any portion of the Airport open to the public except in places properly designated for on-premises liquor consumption.

G. Model Aircraft.

(1) A person may not operate or release any model aircraft, rocket, kite, balloon, parachute (other than in an emergency), or other similar contrivance at or upon the Airport unless authorized by the Airport Director. This prohibition does not extend to an Airport weather station.

(2) A person may not throw, shoot, or propel any object in any manner that interferes with or endangers the safe operation of any aircraft landing at, taking off from, or operating at the Airport.

H. Animals.

(1) No person, other than a blind person with a seeing-eye dog, may enter any building on the Airport with a domestic animal unless the entry is relative to the animal's transportation by air and the animal is kept restrained by a leash or otherwise confined so as to be completely under control.

(2) A person may not enter the air operations area with a domestic animal unless the animal is kept restrained by a leash or otherwise confined so as to be completely under control.

(3) A person may not permit a domestic animal to run, roam, or be exercised on any portion of the Airport unless the animal is under the complete control of a competent handler.

(4) A person may not permit any wild animal under his control or custody to enter the Airport, except for wild animals that are to be or have been transported by air and are properly confined for air travel, without the prior approval of the Administration.

(5) A person may not hunt, pursue, trap, catch, injure, or kill any animal at the Airport, except authorized personnel engaged in an official Airport bird or animal control program.

(6) A person may not ride horseback at the Airport without authorization from the Airport Director.

(7) A person may not permit, either willfully or through failure to exercise due care or control, any animal to urinate or defecate upon the sidewalks of the Airport or upon the floor of the terminal building or any other building used in common by the public.

(8) A person may not feed or do any other act to encourage the congregation of birds or other animals on or in the vicinity of the air operations area or in structures used for the storage or maintenance of aircraft.

I. Lost Articles. Articles found in public areas at the Airport may be deposited with the Airport Director. Articles unclaimed by their proper owner shall be disposed of by the Administration.

J. Forgery and Counterfeit. A person may not make, possess, use, offer for sale, sell, barter, exchange, pass, or deliver any forged, counterfeit, or falsely altered pass, permit, identification card, certificate, placard, sign, or other authorization purporting to be issued by or on behalf of the Administration.