The commissioner of aviation may designate employees of the department of aviation to have the powers of members of the police force to serve process or notice for violations occurring at any airport of Sections 4-4-310, 4-6-010, 4-6-130(e)(7), 4-6-130(e)(8), 4-6-130(e)(l3), 4-6-130(e)(14), 7-12-420, 7-28-060, 7-28-070, 7-28-080, 7-28-120, 7-28-150, 7-28-210, 7-28-217, 7-28-220, 7-28-225, 7-28-227, 7-28-230, 7-28-240, 7-28-260, 7-28-261, 7-28-270, 7-28-280, 7-28-300, 7-28-301, 7-28-302, 7-28-303, 7-28-305, 7-28-310, 7-28-315, 7-28-360, 7-28-380, 7-28-390, 7-28-395, 7-28-400, 7-28-410, 7-28-440, 7-28-450, 7-28-460, 7-28-510, 7-28-660, 7-28-680, 7-28-690, 7-28-710, 7-28-720, 7-28-735, 8-4-135, 10-8-220, 10-28-340, 10-8-460 and 10-8-480 of the Municipal Code of Chicago as those sections are now or hereafter amended. A copy of the designation, and any amendments thereto, shall be kept by the commissioner of aviation and shall be available to the public upon request. The powers granted by this section are expressly limited to the service of such process or notice for violations of the specified Code sections, and this section shall not be construed as granting additional law enforcement powers. During the term of any concession and lease agreement between the City of Chicago and a private operator with respect to Chicago Midway Airport, the commissioner of aviation may delegate the powers set forth in this paragraph to the Chicago Police Department, another department of the City of Chicago with jurisdiction over such matters or the private operator.
All licensed scavengers operating at Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Chicago Midway Airport must comply with orders of employees of the Department of Aviation and must perform the work required of the scavengers in such a way that no nuisance is created.
In addition to the requirements of Section 4-260-020, it shall be the duty of every licensed scavenger to register with the commissioner of aviation, on a form supplied by the commissioner, each and every scavenger vehicle operated at Chicago O’Hare International Airport or Chicago Midway Airport by such licensee.
In addition to the requirements of Section 4-6-130(e)(7), every licensed scavenger that provides service at a site located at Chicago O’Hare International Airport or Chicago Midway Airport shall inform the commissioner of aviation of the suspension of service at such site within three days after the suspension of service. The notice shall be in a form specified by the commissioner of aviation and shall identify the licensed scavenger, the location at which the service has been suspended and the name and nature of business conducted at the site.
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 paragraphs (b) through (d) to the “Department of Aviation,” the “commissioner of aviation” or the “commissioner” shall, with respect to Chicago Midway Airport, be replaced with references to the “private operator.”
(Added Coun. J. 7-10-02, p. 89594, § 1; Amend Coun. J. 3-31-04, p. 20916, § 2.12; Amend Coun. J. 10-8-08, p. 41099, § 11; Amend Coun. J. 6-6-12, p. 28356, § 26; Amend Coun. J. 6-25-14, p. 82896, § 1)