Chino Alters Assembly Rules for Airport- CLUP Ignored?

Saturday, July 23, 2005
Chino alters assembly rules for airport
The Inland Valley (CA) Daily Bulletin

CHINO – The city has changed its restrictions on how many people can assemble in buildings that are located beneath the overflight areas around Chino Airport. The City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to restrict the maximum number of employees in a building at one time rather than the total number of employees — which varies depending on proximity to airport flight paths.

The change allows companies to employ more workers than the city code allows to assemble at one time, so long as they are not all in the same place at the same time, said Chuck Coe, the city’s director of community development.

The change will make it easier for businesses to locate in the industrial area around the airport without experiencing any decrease in safety, Coe said.