§ 10-36-354

Security badge – Reporting requirements, late renewal

A person to whom a security badge has been issued shall report to the commissioner of aviation the loss, theft, mutilation of or damage to the badge within 24 hours after such occurrence.  The report shall be in writing.  If the person has received the badge as a result of his employment, the person’s employer shall also be responsible for filing the report.  The commissioner shall collect a charge for the replacement of a security badge of $50.00 or, in the case of a second or subsequent occurrence with respect to an individual’s badge within a 24-month period, $100.00.  Expired security badges must be timely renewed within the time period allowed for such renewal by a federal agency which has jurisdiction over the issuance of such badges.  Any person who fails to timely renew his or her security badge shall be subject to a late processing fee of $50.00, or such lesser amount, as set by the commissioner by regulation, which is sufficient to cover the additional processing costs that the city incurs as a result of the late renewal.  During the term of any concession and lease agreement between the City of Chicago and a private operator with respect to Chicago Midway Airport, all references in this section to the “commissioner of aviation” or “commissionershall, with respect to Chicago Midway Airport, be replaced with references to the “private operator” and the private operator shall be authorized to collect a charge for the replacement of a security badge in accordance with a fee schedule established by the private operator.

(Added Coun. J. 6-28-91, p. 2706; Amend Coun. J. 12-15-04, p. 39840, § 1; Amend Coun. J. 10-8-08, p. 41099, § 11; Amend Coun. J. 11-17-10, p. 106597, Art. V, § 4)

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