RULES AND REGULATIONS of the

MEADOW LAKE AIRPORT ASSOCIATION

 Established by a resolution of the Board of Directors on the third day of December 1986.

1. These policies are to be adopted only upon an affirmative vote by the full Board of Directors, and to be amended, revoked, or repealed by the same majority.(See R&R 99-1)

2. These Standard Operating Policies will be recorded by the Secretary in the minutes and an updated list shall be given to each Board member as amendments or additions are added or deleted. (The membership will be notified as required in Article V, Section 8.)

3. In no case may Standard Operating Policies (SOP) supersede an existing bylaw. If a bylaw and a SOP are in conflict, the bylaw will take precedence.

87-1 Except as provided in Article V, Section 10 of the Bylaws of the Meadow Lake Airport Association, all fuel dispensed into any aircraft, ultralight aircraft, or air recreation vehicle by any member, business proprietor or employee, property owner, tenant, or any person on any property or premises shown in Exhibit A of said Bylaws, shall pay the Meadow Lake Airport Association $.06 (six cents) per gallon .............(Adopted May 4, 1987, Amended May 11, 1999).

87-2 (Repealed March 9, 1999)

  1. (Repealed March 9, 1999)  

88-2 For voting purposes at an annual meeting, a member shall be considered a member in good standing if they meet all the qualifications outlined in the Bylaws, and all annual dues required have been paid and received by the Treasurer or postmarked on or before the 30th day of April. (Adopted 1988, Amended June 5, 2001)

89-1 All fuel distributors that deliver aviation fuel, Mogas, Jet A, or any aviation fuel to a Meadow Lake Airport location must furnish the M.L.A.A. a monthly report of fuel delivered. This information should include the business name, amount of fuel delivered, date, and type of fuel. (Adopted 1989) 

  1. (Repealed March 9, 1999)
  2. RR90-2. Except as outlined in Article VII, Section 2, no other person, association member or board member shall enter into any agreement, contract for any service or obligate the association in any way without the prior majority vote approval of the Meadow Lake Airport Association Board of Directors
  3. RR90-3. Exhibit A shall include those lots whose legal descriptions appear below and no new lots shall be added to Exhibit A unless or until they are added to the association under the terms of Article XIV. Before being added to Exhibit A, the owner of the property to be added must show proof to the Secretary of the corporation that binding covenant deed restrictions have been filed on the property requiring membership in the Meadow Lake Airport Association.
  4. RR90-4. Runway Use:
  5. 1. The pilot in command shall be responsible for runway selection and shall determine the aircraft operation is safe considering all the existing aircraft performance, airport traffic and runway conditions, prior to attempting any aircraft operation on Meadow Lake Airport.

    2. Glider Strip- and Crosswind Runway

    a. Use of the Glider Strip by any aircraft or ultralight must have the prior permission of the designated High Flight line chief during periods of operations by High Flights.

    b. Use of the Glider Strip by ultralights, STOL, and tailwheel aircraft when no glider operations are present are subject to item 1 (above).

    c. Takeoffs on runway (08-26) by ultralights, STOL and high performance tailwheel aircraft are permitted subject to item 1 (above).

  6. RR90-5. (Repealed Feb. 6, 1991)

 

91-1 WRITTEN CONSENT REQUIRED TO VEND OR STORE GASOLINE
(Adopted February 6, 1991, Amended May 11, 1999)

1. No person, firm or corporation shall store or vend gasoline on any property within Meadow Lake Airport (Exhibit A) without the prior written consent of the Board of Directors of the Meadow Lake Airport Association.

2. To apply for the Boards written consent, the regular or associate member shall deliver to the Association's management a duly signed and executed application and contract agreeing to:

a. Pay the Association's current gasoline user fee (currently six cents - $.06 - per gallon) for each and every gallon of gasoline delivered to their property on Meadow Lake Airport.

b. The user fee described above shall be due and shall be delivered to the Association in full within 5 days after the date of delivery of said gasoline to the members property.

c. All tank installations must comply with local and state regulations.

d. Effective March 1, 1991, any member on whose property any violation of this section takes place shall be notified in writing (by an officer of the Association) of such violation. The member shall have 14 days from the postmark of said notice to correct such violation. If the violation is not corrected on or before the 14th day, beginning with the l5th day the management may assess the offending member $15.00 per day as an additional dues assessment penalty, for each day the violation is uncorrected. The member shall cease to be a "member in good standing" until the violation is corrected and all dues, penalties, and user fees owed the Association are paid in full.

 

91-2 EASEMENT VIOLATION PROCEDURE
(Adopted September 9, 1991, Amended July 13, 1999)

If any Director of the Meadow Lake Airport Association receives a formal complaint from any member regarding violation of any platted easement in any Meadow Lake Airport filing, the following procedure will be used:

1. The Airport Association Management will investigate the complaint to determine if the complaint is legitimate and if, in fact, a violation of the platted easements does exist.

2. When a verified violation does exist, the offending member will be notified by the Association in writing of the exact nature of the violation. Said written notice shall give a specific time of not less than one nor more than 15 days to correct or remove the violation.

3. If the offending member does not correct or remove the violation within the time specified, the Airport Association's Management shall take whatever action is necessary to preserve, protect, and defend the common taxiway, road ingress, and egress easements of any and all filings of the Meadow Lake Airport.

    1. Temporary stopping to check or re-fuel an aircraft in a taxiway easement where aircraft have adequate room to pass and where the aircraft remains attended by the pilot in command shall not be a violation of Airport rules.

 

92-2 RUNWAY/TAXIWAY DESIGNATIONS
(Adopted February 25, 1992)
The following designation has been assigned the established taxiways:

1. The parallel taxiway on the east of Runway 15-33 is Taxiway Alpha; on the west of Runway 15-33, the parallel is Taxiway Bravo.

2. Starting at the north end of Runway 15, on the east side of the runway, the first exit is Alpha-l; on the west side, the first exit is Bravo-1.

3. This logic applies to the remaining runway entrance/exit taxiways. Thus, the east side taxiway exits are A-l, A-2, A-3 (center field), A-4, and A-5 (departure end of 15).

4. The taxiways on the east side, leading from Alpha into the parking/hangar properties, are Charlie, again numbered from the north end (e.g.: Charlie leads to EAA Hangars, Delta goes to LEAF, Echo to Branaman's, Foxtrot to Harper's, Golf parallels the north side of Runway 08-26).

5. The taxiway parallel and immediately adjacent to Cessna Drive is designated Hotel.

Snow Removal Plan:

1. The following is the priority listing for removing snowfall from the aircraft operating areas of Meadow Lake Airport:

 ONE Runway 15-33

ONE Taxiway exits Alpha-1 and Alpha-5

ONE Taxiway Alpha

TWO Taxiway Bravo-1 and Bravo

THREE Taxiway exits Alpha-2, 3, and 4

FOUR Taxiways Charlie, Delta, Foxtrot

FOUR Taxiways (other)

FIVE The light duty snow plow released for use by qualified operators in snow removal in Hangar and tie-down areas.

2. Snow removal should be commenced when the accumulated depth is about two to three inches.

3. In summary; Priority one and two are to open the airport to traffic; Priority three will be to complete the opening; Priority four and five will be to provide basic access to the operating areas.

4. Snow removal from privately owned properties is the responsibility of the property owner. Care must be exercised to avoid moving snow from private property onto public use taxiways.

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92-3 AIRPORT MANAGER: QUALIFICATIONS & DUTIES . (Adopted March 10, 1992)

Qualifications:

1. The Airport Manager shall have a current, valid medical, and hold a pilot certificate.

2. The Airport Manager should have prior aviation management experience.

 

Duties:

1. Coordinating snow removal.

2. Coordinating maintenance of airport equipment.

3. Coordinating maintenance of airport lighting.

4. Attending meetings with the FAA and representing the airport.

5. Is the chairman of the Safety Committee and accessible to Association members to hear grievances and complaints.

6. Responsible for keeping a master list of all based aircraft including "N" number and registered owner.

7. Responsible for distributing and seeking compliance with airport rules.

8. Responsible for carrying out Board policy. The Airport Manager does not make policy, but simply carries out the policy of the Board of Directors of the Meadow Lake Airport Association.

9. Is present at the airport all or part of most days.

10. Should have a telephone at the airport where he can be reached, and at home after hours.

11. Act as Association "on-site" representative in dealing with contractors when designated by the Board of Directors.

12. Should attend all Board meetings. 

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92-4 UNIFORM SIGN PROGRAM
(Adopted May 5, 1992)
The Architectural Control Committee of the Meadow Lake Airport Association shall be responsible for reviewing all requests for signage on Meadow Lake Airport and in all Meadow Lake Airport subdivisions which are unified and commonly zoned R-4, OAG (Airport General Aviation)

1. The Committee Chairman shall issue a letter of approval to any member of the
Airport Association whose signage request meets the following criteria. All signs shall:

a. Have a white background color,

b. Free standing (pole) signs must be internally illuminated and must utilize a photoelectric cell or timer which provides that the sign be internally illuminated during hours of darkness.

c. Have a metal frame and translucent plastic sign surface.

d. Be rectangular or square in shape, 

e. If located on a building, shall be in the upper 1/3 of the building surface and shall not protrude higher than the highest point of the building.

f. Lettering style should be mixed case letters and numerals of any type and style commonly used by airport, aircraft, or fuel dispensing establishments.

g. Free standing (pole) signs shall not exceed 24' in height.

h. Free standing (pole) signs shall not exceed 64 square feet per side, and may not be greater than l0 feet wide or l0 feet high. Free standing (pole) signs may be double faced.

i. Signs may be placed on airport lots only in the buildable area. No sign or any supporting member of a sign shall protrude, overhang, extend into, or infringe on any taxiway, roadway, or ingress/egress easement as recorded in the records of the clerk and recorder of El Paso County.

j. Letter colors on sign may be red, blue, black, or any combination thereof. Loges of aviation products carried, "Cessna, Piper, etc. and/or any fuel brand sold "Phillips," "Exxon," etc. may be utilized,

k. Supporting structure must meet or exceed the specifications for other signs as may be adopted by the County of El Paso. 

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l. Except as required by the FAA for obstacles, no sign may rotate, flash, or cause any annoying or unusual light to be emitted so as to cause a hazard or distraction to air traffic.

m. Power may not be supplied to the sign by use of overhead wires. All power must be supplied underground using UL approved materials and meet or exceed all El Paso county and Colorado state electrical installation requirements.

n. All signs must have an aviation theme and should advertise a product or service pertinent to general aviation.

2. An FAA Form 7460 must be submitted and approved by the FAA prior to consideration by the Architectural Control Committee.

a. No sign, pole, or any supporting structure shall penetrate the FAA Part 77 surface at Meadow Lake Airport.

 

 

 

 

99-1 ADDITIONS AND AMENDMENTS TO AIRPORT RULES AND REGULATIONS
(Effective July 15, 1999)

A motion to create or amend a RULE OR REGULATION may be made by any member of the Board of Directors recognized by the meeting chairman for that purpose, and should be done in writing, with copies of the wording to be considered given to each board member. After discussion, the board by majority vote, may refer the proposed amendment to the Bylaw Committee for wording change or legal research, or may pass the amendment as worded on first reading with 100% of the full board voting in favor.

If less than 100%, but greater than 50% of the full Board of Directors vote in favor, the proposed amendment is tabled to the next consecutive regular or special meeting of the board called in compliance with the bylaws where it is read and discussed during Old Business.

If the amendment is passed on this second reading by a majority of the full board (at least 4 members in favor) it becomes a RULE AND REGULATION when mailed to the membership as required by the Bylaws

 

 

 

01-01 VEHICULAR TRAFFIC ON THE MAIN RUNWAYS AND TAXIWAYS (Adopted January 8, 2001)

In the interest of Airport Safety, except when responding to an aircraft in distress or in case of an emergency, all motor vehicles, bicycles, and equestrians, are prohibited from trespassing on any portion of the Main Runway (15-33) or Main Taxiway ("A") or the improved portion of the crosswind runway (8-26), unless they are performing an official or sanctioned function, authorized by the Board of Directors of the Association. Vehicles owned by the Airport Association and Board approved fuel vendors are exempt from this regulation.

 

 

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01-02 DUES AND VOTING

Ref: (a) Article III, Section 6. Voting Rights.

    1. Article V, Section 5. Assessment.
    2. Article V, Section 6. Minimum Assessment.
    3. Article V, Section 7. Disciplinary Action.

As the Meadow Lake Airport Association grows larger and more complex, adherence to a timely submission of the Association assessments must be made for voting and budgetary considerations. The following provisions are effective immediately:

1. Annual assessments (dues).

    1. Shall be established and published not later than the end of February each year, to owners of record (per El Paso County tax rolls) for each property within the Association.
    2. All annual assessments are due April 30th of each year.
    3. On May 1st, a $25.00 late charge (to cover administrative costs of handling late assessments) shall be added to outstanding dues.
    4. On June 1st (and the first of each successive month) a 1.5% interest penalty shall be applied to the outstanding balance.

2. Other assessments.

    1. Shall state a due date not more than 30 days from the date of the bill/invoice.
    2. Shall contain notification that 31 days from the date of the invoice, a $25.00 late charge (to cover administrative costs of handling late assessments) shall be added to the amount due and that each month after that, a 1.5% interest penalty shall be applied to the outstanding balance.

3. Voting

    1. As stated in reference (a), a member must be in good standing in order to exercise voting privileges within the Association. For the purposes of voting, "standing" shall be determined at the time that ballots are prepared, i.e. May 1st for the annual meeting, or an appropriate lead time for a mail-in ballot.
    2. While payment of dues and assessments may still be accomplished at future annual meetings, they will not make the member eligible to vote that evening.  

 

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01-03 POLICY & PROCEDURES FOR MLAA OWNED VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT

Due to the increased size, complexity, and diverse experience of the Association membership, use and accountability of MLAA vehicles has become difficult and is taking itís toll on the mechanical status our equipment. The following provisions are effective immediately:

  1. DEFINITIONS.
    1. Primary Surface/Land Areas. Those surfaces and land areas owned by the Meadow Lake Airport Association that have primary significance to the membership and general public using the airport:
      1. Runway 15/33, run-up areas and clear zone
      2. Taxiway "A"
      3. Cessna Drive
    1. Secondary Surface/Land Areas. Those surface and land areas that provide common use and/or access to the primary surfaces:
      1. Taxiway "C"
      2. Taxiway "D"
      3. Taxiway "E", E-2, E-3
      4. Taxiway "F"
      5. Runway 08/26
      6. Taxiway "B" and Tract 1
      7. Other land areas owned by the Association
      8. Platted/designated grass taxiway easements (including residential taxiway easements).
    1. Private Surface/Land Areas. Private property and taxiways not platted as taxiway easements for use by the general membership or public.
    2. Category "A" Vehicles. Vehicles designated for use only by qualified and specifically designated members of the MLAA. These vehicles are not for general use by the membership due to cost and/or complexity of the equipment, expense of repairs to the vehicle or of potential damage to property, and/or impact on the Association by loss of use of said vehicle. MLAA vehicles in this category are as follows:
    3. Make & Model equipment (& accessories)

      a. John Deere lawn mower (w/snow blower)
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      b. Ford tractor w/front bucket & rear PTO

      c. Intíl Harvester dump truck w/snow plow

      d. Dodge airport snow blower

    4. Category "B" Vehicles. Vehicles designated for use by any properly qualified member of the MLAA. MLAA vehicles in this category are as follows:

Make & Model equipment (& accessories)

      1. Ford tractor w/brush mower
      2. Chevrolet Blazer 4x4 SUV w/snow plow

B. OPERATION. 

    1. Category "A" vehicles.
      1. These vehicles will be only being used on Primary and Secondary surfaces/land areas. (Exception: They may be used on Private Property only as follows: the John Deere w/snowblower and the tractor with front bucket may used by qualified/designated personnel to assist property owners in removal of snow drifts following winter storms. Liability for property damage during such operation shall be the responsibility of the property owner, regardless of who is operating the equipment.)
    1. Category "B" vehicles.
      1. These vehicles may be used on Primary, Secondary and Private surfaces/land areas.
      2. Any member desiring to use Association equipment on private surfaces and/or land areas, do so at their own expense and risk. The Vehicle Maintenance Chairman shall establish a "user fee" to cover the cost of operation of Category "B" Vehicles for private use. A member desiring to use the equipment will provide a check for that amount each time they check out the equipment. In addition, the member shall bear all expenses for repairs to the equipment and/or property damaged during the operation due to the misuse or improper operation of the vehicle. A Vehicle/Equipment Use Agreement (Attachment 1) shall be executed to release the Association from any liability resulting from the operation of the equipment on private property.

CATEGORY "A" VEHICLES

CATEGORY "B" VEHICLES

(only qualified and designated personnel)

(any qualified MLAA member)

John Deere mower (snowblower)

Ford tractor w/loader

Int'l Harvester dump truck w/snow plow

Dodge snow blower

Ford tractor w/brush hog

Chevrolet Blazer w/snow plow

PRIMARY SURFACE / LAND AREAS

Runway 15/33

X

X

X

X

X

X

Taxi "A"

X

X

X

X

X

X

Cessna Dr

X

X

X

X

X

X

SECONDARY SURFACE / LAND AREAS

Crosswind 08/26

X

X

X

X

X

Taxi "B"

X

X

X

X

X

X

Taxi "C"

X

X

X

X

X

X

Taxi "D"

X

X

X

X

X

X

Taxi "E" "E-2", "E-3"

X

X

X

X

X

X

Taxi "F"

X

X

X

X

X

X

Tract 1

X

X

X

X

X

Other MLAA property

X

X

X

X

X

Other MLAA taxi easements

X

X

X

X

X

Private lands

MLAA members Private Property

X

X

Figure 1

 

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    1. Qualification / Checkout.
      1. Any member of the Association, in good standing, may become qualified on and use any piece of Association equipment, subject to the operational/policy limitations for that piece of equipment.
      2. The Vehicle Maintenance Chairman (or in his absence, the Facilities Maintenance Chairman), shall develop a qualification procedure for each piece of equipment owned by the Association and maintain a roster of persons qualified to operate that equipment.
      3. Due to liability considerations, persons not members of the Association shall not be permitted to operate Association equipment at any time. Should a tenant desire to have maintenance performed on privately leased property, it is up to the property owner (the Association member) to arrange for said maintenance.
    1. Use of Equipment.
      1. Any Association member desiring to use Category "B" vehicles may contact any member of the Board of Directors to gain access to the vehicle storage. The Director shall verify the memberís checkout on the master roster of qualified persons before granting access to the equipment.
      2. The Vehicle Maintenance Chairman (or in his absence, the Facilities Maintenance Chairman), may develop specific procedures and limitations for each piece of equipment owned by the Association. Operators shall adhere to these procedures. Equipment shall be used for the purpose for which it was intended, i.e.: snowplows shall not be used to grade unimproved roadways! Any abuse or misuse of the vehicles or equipment shall be cause for immediate revocation of the memberís privilege to use any MLAA equipment. In addition, the operator shall be responsible for any repairs required to the equipment as a result of the inappropriate operation, regardless of where or for what purpose the equipment was being used.
      3. All vehicles should be refueled after each use in order to have the equipment fully ready for the next operator.
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MEADOW LAKE AIRPORT ASSOCIATION

VEHICLE/EQUIPMENT USE AGREEMENT

I agree to use

____ "Category A" vehicles/equipment owned by Meadow Lake Airport Association.

____ "Category B" vehicles/equipment owned by Meadow Lake Airport Association in accordance with the Policy and Procedures for MLAA owned vehicles and equipment. I expressly assume all risks associated with using the MLAA owned vehicles and equipment.

IN CONSIDERATION OF RECEIVING PERMISSION TO USE MLAA VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT, I AGREE TO RELEASE, DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS MEADOW LAKE AIRPORT ASSOCIATION, ITS OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES ("Released Parties") FROM ANY AND ALL CLAIMS I MIGHT STATE AS A RESULT OF PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PHYSICAL INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH, SUSTAINED IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF THE MLAA VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING THOSE CLAIMS BASED ON NEGLIGENCE OR BREACH OF WARRANTY.

I understand that, if I invite or allow other persons to use the MLAA vehicles/equipment, I assume, on such person's behalf, all risks associated with use of the MLAA vehicles/equipment. Additionally I agree to defend and indemnify Released Parties for any claim whatsoever brought by any person I have allowed to use the MLAA vehicles/equipment and for any claim whatsoever brought by a third party arising out of my allowing other persons to use the MLAA vehicles/equipment.

This Agreement supersedes any other agreements or representations by or between the parties, is governed by the laws of the State of Colorado and is intended to be interpreted as broadly as possible and shall be binding to the fullest extent of the law. I agree that exclusive jurisdiction and venue for any legal action shall be in the District Court for El Paso County. If any part of this agreement is determined to be unenforceable, all other parts shall be given full force and effect.

I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS AGREEMENT AND FULLY UNDERSTAND IT CONTENTS. I REPRESENT THAT I AM AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE. I AM AWARE THAT THIS IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT BETWEEN ME AND MEADOW LAKE AIRPORT ASSOCIATION AND I SIGN IT OF MY OWN FREE WILL.

Signed on this date ______________________________.

 

___________________________________ _______________________________________

Signature of Vehicle/Equipment User Printed name of Vehicles/Equipment User

Address: ______________________________________________________________________

( Attachment A to MLAA Regulation 01-03 ) 

 

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REGULATION #02-01

Adopted February 11, 2002

Aircraft and vehicles weighing more than 12,500 pounds shall be prohibited on all association Runways and Taxiways. A special waiver from this rule must be requested in advance, and may be approved by the Airport management providing the Aircraft does not exceed 150% of 12,500 pounds, and a written taxi plan is presented and approved in advance. Violations of this rule may be handled by the management as a criminal or civil Trespass, and the offending Aircraft may be required to be trucked off the Airport at the discretion of the management.

 Adopted JULY 9, 2002

Cessna Drive/ Public Use Taxiway Traffic Master Plan

PHASE I (ASAP)

    1. Add Stops signs, and Paint stripes at the end of Cessna drive at the Crosswind.
    2. Paint stripes and stop signs at E.
    3. Engineer Taxiway H, develop and publish a Taxiway and roadway minimum standard.
    4. Pave the turnaround at the end of Cessna drive. Add cones to the end of Cessna Drive.

 PHASE II (Fall 2002)

    1. Improve Taxiway H from The Crosswind to E. Move power and phone boxes. Improve Drainage as Taxiway H is improved.
    2. Overlay Taxiway C.

PHASE III (2003 to 2005)

    1. Improve Taxiway H from E to C. Close Cessna Drive to Aircraft Traffic.

PHASE IV (2003 to 2010)

Plan to assume maintenance of public easement Taxiways D, E, F, & H. (At the boards discretion)

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"Coloradoís Largest Pilot Owned Airport"

 

 

REGULATION # 02-02 (10SEPTEMBER2002)

USE OF MLAA HANGAR

  1. The hangar portion of the building shall be reserved exclusively for use by the MLAA, and used primarily for the storage and maintenance of MLAA owned vehicles, and shall not be used by ANY other group.
  2. The upstairs meeting area, Rest Rooms, and Downstairs east entry area may be used by not for profit aviation related organizations with the prior approval of the board of Directors. The president of the Board will co-ordinate, schedule, and approve all future uses of the building on a space available basis. Details and contact information must be supplied by the requesting party.
  3. The Meadow Lake Airport Associations use of the building is primary and pre-empts any other scheduled use.
  4. After the MLAA, Meadow Lake Airport based aviation organizations will have first scheduling priority
  5. Any special exceptions require the prior approval of the board.

 

 

RULE # 02-03 (18 November 2002)

Taxiway and Roadway Improvement Plan

Effective December 31, 2002. Each year, the treasurer will include in the annual budget a line item for the improvement of taxiways and roadways. Improvements to the taxiways and roadways listed below may be requested by any property owner having access to that taxiway. The MLAA will fund those projects that meet all the following criteria, on a one major project per year basis, Providing:

    1. Adequate funding exists.
    2.  

    3. The project meets all standards adopted by the MLAA/ACC for width, Pavement thickness, etc.
    4.  

    5. Projects funded by MLAA, must be approved and supervised by a designated officer of the MLAA.
    6.  

    7. Priority for projects shall be, 1st All MLAA owned runways or taxiways, 2nd MLAA owned roadways, 3rd Privately owned Public Access easements which are platted as taxiways (listed below), 4th Privately owned Public access roadways listed below. Projects in a lower priority shall not be considered until all projects in the higher priority have been completed.
    8.  

    9. Eligible Taxiways include C,D,E,F,G,H. Roadways include Cessna Drive and Piper Lane. Other Roadway or Taxiways may be added to the list of eligible Taxiways, and Roadways by the affirmative vote of the Entire Board.

 

Resolution (5-26-2004-1)

 

The Board of Directors of the Meadow Lake Airport Association does hereby Resolve:

To Create the position of Vice President for Local Government Affairs.

The association member appointed will serve a 3 year term commencing with this resolution and ending at the annual meeting of the Meadow Lake Airport Association in May, 2007. Selection shall require 2/3 majority vote of the Board of Directors

This is a non paid volunteer appointment, with compensation limited to the reimbursement of authorized expenses incurred in carrying out the requirements of the position.

The Vice President (LGA) will be charged with making and keeping contact and communication with El Paso County Planning, and other Local Government agencies that the Airport may need to co ordinate with.

The Vice President shall report to and take direction from the President and the MLAA Board of Directors.

 

 

Be it resolved this 26th day of May, 2004.

 

 

 

____________________________________

Mark S. Shook/ Secretary

 

Resolution (5-26-2004-2)

Be it hereby resolved by the Board of Directors of the Meadow Lake Airport Association.

It shall be the policy of the Meadow Lake Airport Association, as the owner and operator of the Meadow Lake Airport, as the governing entity responsible for accepting Federal Grants for airport Improvement and updating and maintaining the Master Plan for the Airport;

To take a positive stance in preserving, protecting, and defending the Taxiway, Avigation, Drainage and Roadway easements plated for access from the private property to the Meadow Lake Airport.

All requests or proposals for variance or vacation to any easement shall be considered for approval only if in concurrence with the current FAA approved Master plan for the Airport.

No easement should be vacated in whole or in part unless new easements are granted that replace the access with a greater access whose configuration is in the best interest of the members and users of the Meadow Lake Airport.

Be it hereby resolved by the Board of Directors of the Meadow Lake Airport Association this 26th day of May, 2004.

 

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Mark S. Shook/ Secretary MLAA

 

RULE # 04-04

(Adopted 14 December 2004)

Taxiway Easements

Taxiway easements are primarily for the ingress and egress of aircraft.

(1) No above ground structures or obstructions shall be placed in taxiway easements.

(2) All utilities placed in taxiway easements shall be under ground.