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AGO 1962 No. 97 >  February 21, 1962
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - AERONAUTICS COMMISSION - AUTHORITY TO REQUIRE AIR HAZARDS TO BE MARKED
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- AERONAUTICS COMMISSION ‑- AUTHORITY TO REQUIRE AIR HAZARDS TO BE MARKED (1) Federal Aviation Agency Regulation Part 626 requiring the reporting of air hazards does not supersede chapter 263, Laws of 1961, which governs the marking of structures or obstacles which have been declared to be hazards or potential hazards for the safe flight of aircraft.   (2) Compliance with the federal regulation regarding reporting does not satisfy the requirements of the state act.
AGO 1963 No. 43 >  July 31, 1963
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - AERONAUTICS COMMISSION - AUTHORITY TO SELL PROPERTY - PROCEEDS - COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL GRANT
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- AERONAUTICS COMMISSION ‑- AUTHORITY TO SELL PROPERTY ‑- PROCEEDS ‑- COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL GRANT The state aeronautics commission has the authority (1) to sell property located on an emergency airfield granted to the state by the federal government; and (2) to place the proceeds in a special fund from which expenses of improvements on the airfield may be paid when the federal grant of such property requires the proceeds be so expended.
AGO 1960 No. 151 >  October 10, 1960
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - AERONAUTICS COMMISSION - APPROPRIATION TO CONSTRUCT TWO EMERGENCY LANDING FIELDS
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - AERONAUTICS COMMISSION - APPROPRIATION TO CONSTRUCT TWO EMERGENCY LANDING FIELDS 1.  Funds appropriated by chapter 13, Laws of 1959, Ex. Sess., for use by the Washington state aeronautics commission to construct two emergency landing fields may not be used for the purchase of as many existing private air strips as the money will allow. 2.  The funds in question may be used for the purchase of two existing privately-owned air strips.
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