The legislative body of any city or village shall have power to make and enforce such
ordinances, rules, and regulations as shall lawfully be made, for the control and
supervision of any airport, landing field, or airdrome acquired, established, or operated
by it, and for the control of aircraft and airmen, but such ordinances, rules, and
regulations shall not conflict with the rules and regulations for the navigation of
aircraft promulgated by the United States Government. This power shall extend to the space above the lands and waters included within the
limits of such city or village, and to the space above any airport, landing field,
or airdrome outside its limits.
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