CHAPTER V. BUSINESS REGULATIONSCHAPTER V. BUSINESS REGULATIONS\ARTICLE 5. TRANSIENT COMMERCIAL AIRPORT USERS

For the purposes of this article the following words and phrases shall have the meanings respectively ascribed to them in this section:

(a)   "Business" means and includes every transient commercial endeavor, with the use of any type of aircraft, which is engaged in for profit.

(b)   "Downtime" means and includes every occasion when a commercial user does not conduct his business from or at the Oakley Municipal Airport for a period in excess of twenty-four hours, provided, however, that the act of not conducting his business, as aforesaid, on Sundays, on account of inclement weather or on account of the aircraft becoming unairworthy, shall not be deemed to be "downtime."

(c)   "Transient commercial user" means and includes any individual or firm who operates any business from, to or at the Oakley Municipal Airport and who has not entered into a written lease agreement with the city of Oakley.

(Ord. 733; Code 1974, Chapter 5.24; Code 2014)

An annual license fee is levied against all transient commercial users of the Oakley Municipal Airport in the amount of two hundred dollars, per aircraft used by such transient commercial user in its business.

(Ord. 733; Code 1974, Chapter 5.24; Code 2014)

The license issued to a transient commercial user shall contain no expiration date, but shall be valid for only that period of time during which such user shall operate his business from the Oakley Municipal Airport, which period of time must be continuous and from day to day, without down time. The license fee levied under this article shall be assessed against the transient commercial user, in full as provided in this article, without pro-ration, for each continuous period of time such user conducts his business from the Oakley Municipal Airport.

(Ord. 733; Code 1974, Chapter 5.24; Code 2014)

Any person, firm or corporation who conducts any business as provided in this article for which a license is required by this article, without having obtained such license, is deemed to do so unlawfully.

(Ord. 733; Code 1974, Chapter 5.24; Code 2014)