FAA to Require Marking for Some Towers 200 Feet or Less
July 25, 2016
Congress recently passed, and the president signed, H.R. 636 – a/k/a the “FAA Extension, Safety, and Security Act of 2016”. The primary purpose of this sweeping, 51-page piece of legislation is to ensure the continuity of the FAA’s operations for another year (through Sept. 30, 2017). But buried deep in its legislative bowels is Section 2110, a little-publicized provision that could have serious repercussions on small tower owners, particularly those in rural areas.
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