NEW SMYRNA BEACH MUNICIPAL AIRPORT AIRPORT MASTER PLAN UPDATE
also contains provisions that extend until January 1, 1988, the requirement for certain types of aircraft to comply with Part 36 of the Federal Aviation Regulations. (See FAR PART 36)
BACKGROUND NOISE - See AMBIENT NOISE.
BENEFICIAL OCCUPANCY - See DATE OF BENEFICIAL OCCUPANCY.
BUILDING CODE - A legal document that sets forth requirements to protect the public health, safety, and general welfare as they relate to the construction and occupancy of buildings and structures. The code establishes the minimum acceptable conditions for matters found to be in need of regulation. Topics generally covered are exits, fire protection, structural design, sanitary facilities, light, and ventilation. Sound insulation may also be included.
BUILDING PERMIT - A permit issued by a local political jurisdiction (village, town, city, or county) to erect or modify a structure.
BUILDING RESTRICTION LINE (BRL) - The BRL should be located on an airport layout plan to identify suitable locations for building areas on airports. It is recommended that the BRL encompass the runway protection zones, the runway visibility zone, areas required for airport traffic control tower clear line of sight, and all airport areas with less than 35-foot clearance under the FAR Part 77 surfaces.
CAD - Computer Assisted Design. A specific program capability within a computer or computer system to produce, examine or alter three dimensional, on-screen displays or “drawings”. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) - A multi-year (sometimes a single year) schedule of capital expenditures for construction or equipment at an airport.
CEQ (COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY) REGULATIONS - CEQ Regulations implementing the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) were published in the Federal Register on November 29, 1978. References to the four Regulations in FAA Order 5050.4A (Airport Environmental Handbook) identify a given section, e.g., CEQ 1500 or CEQ 1508.8. (See IMPACT)
CFASPP - Continuing Florida Aviation System Planning Process. Florida’s Method to provide for long-range, continuous planning for state’s airports and airways systems needs.
CFR - Code of Federal Regulations. The system identifying rules of the Executive branch departments and agencies of the Federal Government. In use, CFR is preceded by a Title number to identify broad functional area and followed by Part Numbers to delineate further the area of interest. Title 47, CFR contains rules on Telecommunications; Title 14, CFR contains Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR).
CH.333, F.S. - Chapter of Florida’s Statutes (F.S.) concerning Airport Zoning established to prevent the erection of structures dangerous to air navigation. It is the authority under which local airport zoning ordinances are enacted.
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