§ 4.9. Establish, maintain, extend and improve roadways and approaches by land, water or
air to any such airport and contract or otherwise provide, by condemnation if necessary,
for the removal of any airport hazard or the removal or relocation of all private
structures, railways, mains, pipes, conduits, wires, poles, and all other facilities
and equipment which may interfere with the location, expansion, development, or improvement
of airports or with the safe approach thereto or take-off therefrom by aircraft, and
pay the cost of removal or relocation and, subject to the “Airport Zoning Act”, approved
July 17, 1945, as amended, 1 adopt, administer and enforce airport zoning regulations for territory which is within
its corporate limits or which extends not more than two miles beyond its corporate
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