CHAPTER 266c

BRADLEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Secs. 15-101mm to 15-101oo. Bradley Board of Directors: Established. Bradley Board of Directors: Duties. Board within the Department of Transportation for administrative purposes.

Sec. 15-101pp. Bradley International Community Advisory Board: Established.

Secs. 15-101qq to 15-101uu. Reserved

Sec. 15-101vv. Airport Rescue Fire Fighting Unit. Establishment.

Sec. 15-101ww. Fire chief responsibilities.

Sec. 15-101xx. (Formerly Sec. 15-101q). Supersonic civil aircraft banned from Bradley International Airport, exception.


Secs. 15-101mm to 15-101oo. Bradley Board of Directors: Established. Bradley Board of Directors: Duties. Board within the Department of Transportation for administrative purposes. Sections 15-101mm to 15-101oo, inclusive, are repealed, effective July 1, 2011.

(June Sp. Sess. P.A. 01-5, S. 8–10, 18; P.A. 11-61, S. 26, 27; 11-84, S. 25.)

Sec. 15-101pp. Bradley International Community Advisory Board: Established. (a) A Bradley International Community Advisory Board is established to represent the interests of the communities and the region surrounding Bradley International Airport. The community advisory board shall work with the airport administration and issue semi-annual reports to the Bradley Board of Directors. The community advisory board shall utilize the Bradley Board of Directors as a resource to support its development initiatives.

(b) The community advisory board shall consist of the chief elected officials of Windsor, Windsor Locks, East Granby and Suffield.

(c) The community advisory board shall have two core purposes: (1) To provide a regular communication vehicle between airport administrators and nearby towns on issues of concern to residents such as noise and traffic, and (2) to advise the Bradley Board of Directors on issues of transportation, land use, planning, zoning and economic development on land surrounding the airport or in close proximity to it. For the purposes of subdivision (2) of this subsection, there shall be a subcommittee, appointed by the community advisory board, made up of each town’s manager or planner, together with representatives from regional organizations including: The Capital Region Council of Governments, Greater Hartford Growth Council, Springfield Regional Planning Agency and the Department of Economic and Community Development. The subcommittee shall work to develop new businesses around the airport and shall report to the community advisory board on a regular basis on its activities.

(d) Members of the community advisory board and the development committee shall be considered members of an advisory board for the purposes of the part I of chapter 10.

(June Sp. Sess. P.A. 01-5, S. 11, 18.)

History: June Sp. Sess. P.A. 01-5 effective July 2, 2001.

Secs. 15-101qq to 15-101uu. Reserved for future use.

Sec. 15-101vv. Airport Rescue Fire Fighting Unit. Establishment. The Airport Rescue Fire Fighting Unit of Bradley International Airport is established as a fire department that shall have jurisdiction within Bradley International Airport for aircraft and structural fire protection and emergency medical services and shall not be considered to be within the jurisdiction of any municipality.

(P.A. 01-105, S. 1.)

Sec. 15-101ww. Fire chief responsibilities. Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes or a municipal ordinance, the fire chief of the fire department at Bradley International Airport, or any member serving in the capacity of the fire officer-in-charge shall, when any fire department or company is responding to or operating at a fire, service call or other emergency at Bradley International Airport, (1) control and direct emergency activities at such scene, (2) order any person to leave any building, aircraft or place in the vicinity of such fire for the purpose of protecting such person from injury, and (3) have all other authority provided to a fire chief or a fire officer-in-charge pursuant to section 7-313e.

(P.A. 01-105, S. 2.)

Sec. 15-101xx. (Formerly Sec. 15-101q). Supersonic civil aircraft banned from Bradley International Airport, exception. Any supersonic civil aircraft that has not been operated at Bradley International Airport prior to July 1, 1976, shall be denied the right to land, except in an emergency, at Bradley International Airport, unless the aircraft meets the noise restrictions listed in Appendix “C” of Federal Aviation Regulations Part 36, as it may from time to time be amended.

(P.A. 77-76, S. 1, 2.)

History: Sec. 13b-46a transferred to Sec. 15-101q in 1983; Sec. 15-101q transferred to Sec. 15-101xx in 2003.