In the County of Los Angeles, any agency, commission, or board provided for by joint powers agreement entered into by cities pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section 6500) of this chapter for the purpose of the acquisition, operation, repair, maintenance, improvement and administration of the Hollywood-Burbank Airport as a public airport, pursuant to the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as amended, may carry out such purpose and may authorize the issuance of revenue bonds, pursuant to this article, to pay for acquiring, repairing, improving, financing and refinancing such project including all facilities and improvements and all expenses incidental thereto or connected therewith. Property tax revenues accruing to, levied by, or collected by any local agency which is a party to such a joint powers agreement shall not be used to redeem such revenue bonds unless an ordinance authorizing the use of such property tax revenues for such purposes is approved by a majority vote of the electors of the local agency voting on the issue. In operating the airport, the separate public entity above mentioned shall not permit or authorize any activity in conjunction with the airport which results in an increase in the size of the noise impact area based on a community noise equivalent level of 70 decibels as established pursuant to Title 21, California Administrative Code, Chapter 2.5, Subchapter 6, and shall further comply with the future community noise equivalent levels prescribed by such title as it now exists or is hereafter amended.
The separate public entity shall implement the noise monitoring requirements set forth in Title 21, California Administrative Code, Chapter 2.5, Subchapter 6. In addition, the entity shall diligently pursue all reasonable avenues available to insure that the adverse effects of noise are being mitigated to the greatest extent reasonably possible.
The separate public entity shall not authorize or permit the lengthening of runways defined herein as the paved portions of the runways presently on airport property, or the purchase of fee title to condemned real property zoned for residential use as of the effective date of this statute.
The power to issue revenue bonds under this section shall be of no further force and effect after December 31, 1980, unless (1) the entity shall have initially issued revenue bonds on or prior to December 31, 1980, or (2) the entity is unable to initially issue revenue bonds to accomplish the purpose of this section by reason of litigation, in which case the power to initially issue revenue bonds under this section shall continue to be effective until the final determination of such litigation and for one year thereafter. If the entity shall have initially issued revenue bonds within either of the time periods permitted by the prior sentence of this paragraph, the power to issue revenue bonds under this section shall continue so long as this section shall be in effect.
(Amended by Stats. 1978, Ch. 62, Sec. 1.)