§ 2-6. Disorderly conduct, picketing, marchings, demonstrations  


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  • (a) No person shall commit any nuisance or abandon any personal property within the airport premises.

    (b) In the event of a labor dispute between any tenant or occupant of any part of the airport, and his employees who are organized in the collective bargaining unit, picketing by or on behalf of such employees shall not be conducted on any part of the airport, except pursuant to written permission of the director (in accordance with policy procedures as set by the board of county commissioners). Such permission may be revoked by the director at any time, and will be granted only upon such conditions prescribed by the director concerning the number and conduct of the pickets and place or places where picketing may be conducted as shall in his opinion be necessary in order that the same will not result in threat of physical harm or economic loss or molestation or harassment of persons and that the same will not tend to induce violence, breach of the peace or other unlawful conduct or unduly obstruct the use of any airport premises by other persons lawfully using the airport.

    (c) Sidewalks and other portions of streets, roads and highways designated for pedestrian use may also be used for picketing in connection with labor disputes, provided that such picketing does not unreasonably interfere with the use thereof by others, and provided that such picketing is conducted in the same peaceful, lawful and orderly manner as it is required by law and regulations to be conducted upon public streets.

(Res. of 2-3-70, § III(6); Ord. No. 70-1, § 1, 3-31-70)