303 KAR 1:080. Exposition Center, grounds; dissemination of material; demonstrations

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Published: 2015

      303 KAR 1:080.

Exposition Center, grounds; dissemination of material; demonstrations.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS

247.145

      STATUTORY

AUTHORITY: KRS Chapter 13A

      NECESSITY,

FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: To regulate dissemination of material and

demonstrations on the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center grounds.

 

      Section 1. (1)

The peaceful noncommercial distribution of leaflets, the setting up of tables

and the peaceful holding of discussions with patrons of the Kentucky Fair and

Exposition Center to aid in that distribution, and the peaceful carrying of

placards shall be permitted on the grounds of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition

Center in the following manner at the locations designated on a diagram of the

Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, a copy of which is filed herein by

reference. Copies may be obtained from the Kentucky State Fair Board, P. O. Box

21179, Louisville, Kentucky 40221.

      (a) Main

Entrance to the Coliseum: Areas A, B, C and D.

      (b) Inside the

Coliseum Building: Areas E and F.

      (c) Main

entrance to East Hall: Areas G and H.

      (d) Inside East

Hall Entrance: Areas J and K.

      (e) Main

Entrance to East Wing: Areas L and M.

      (f) Inside

Entrance to East Wing: Areas N and O.

      (g) Main

Entrance to West Hall: Areas P and Q.

      (h) Inside

Entrance to West Hall: Areas R and S.

      (i) Main

Entrance to West Wing: areas T and U.

      (j) Inside

Entrance to West Wing: Areas V and W.

      (k) Main

Entrance to Broadbent Arena: Areas X and Y.

      (l) Inside

Entrance to Broadbent Arena: Areas Z and Z-1.

      (m) Entrance to

Stadium: Areas AA through OO.

      (n) Pavilion:

Area Z-2.

      (o) New Market

Hall: Areas Z-3 and Z-4.

      (p) In the event

that functions are scheduled on the grounds of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition

Center at locations with respect to which no areas for distributions and

demonstrations have been above designated, the executive director shall

designate such additional areas for such activities as he may deem appropriate.

      (q) One (1)

table may be set up at all areas, other than Areas E and F, in order to aid

distribution activities.

      (r) Placards

shall be permitted at all areas other than Areas E and F.

      (s) Areas E and

F shall be unavailable when control gates for admission charges and/or

registration for an event are set up at the main entrance to the Coliseum.

      (2) Any person

or group who wishes to conduct any of the above activities at the locations

specified shall apply to the Executive Director of the Kentucky fair and

Exposition Center on forms provided by him for this purpose. Application shall

be made not less than seventy-two (71) hours nor more than two (2) weeks before

commencement of the activities. The application shall set forth the type of

activities to be conducted, the expected number of participants in such

activities, the time, location and duration of the activities, and the name,

address and telephone number of the person making the application in the case

of a group it shall be sufficient to supply the name, address and telephone

number of one (1) person who can be contacted if problems arise concerning the

grant of the application.

      (a) A deposit of

twenty-five (25) dollars cash or money order shall be submitted with the

application, and shall be returned to the applicant within twenty-four (24)

hours after the termination of the activities if there has been no extra

cleanup time required by the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center staff as a

result of the litter created by the aforesaid activities.

      (b) The

executive director shall grant each application to engage in the activities

permitted hereunder, unless he and the President of the Kentucky State Fair

Board determine that the proposed number of participants contained in and

application will unreasonable and substantially interfere with either:

      1. The safety of

patrons attending the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center;

      2. The orderly

movement of vehicle and pedestrian traffic on the grounds of the Kentucky Fair

and Exposition Center; or

      3. The normal

functions of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center.

      4. In the event

that the executive director and the president of the Kentucky State Fair Board

find that the proposed number of participants will create such unreasonable and

substantial interference, the executive director, after consultation with the

President of the Kentucky State Fair Board, shall grant the application subject

to a reduced number of participants in the proposed activities, and shall

notify the applicant in writing of the grounds for reducing the number of

participants. In the event of multiple applications for any given times and

locations, the executive director shall have discretion to:

      a. Allocate such

locations, on a proportional basis, among the various applicants;

      b. Allocate

times, on a proportional basis, during which the various applicants may conduct

their activities; or

      c. Allocate any

given period of time or location, on a proportional basis, among the various

applicants;

      d. In exercising

such discretion, the executive director shall try, to the maximum extent

possible, to accommodate the location and time requests of all applicants.

      (c) The grant of

the application by the executive director shall be in the form of a permit

which shall set forth the number of persons covered by the permit, the

activities which are permitted, the permitted time and duration of those

activities, and the location at which the activities may be conducted.

      (d) The duration

of each permit issued shall not be in excess of two (2) days. Any person or

group may renew a permit for successive two (2) day periods. Renewal

applications shall be made on the same form as new applications and shall be

processed as if they were new applications.

      (3) No signs,

leaflets, placards or other material shall be affixed to the building

facilities. no leaflets or other material shall be distributed by leaving them

unattended throughout the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center.

      (4) No voice

amplification equipment of any kind shall be used by any person or group to aid

in the conducting of any of the activities permitted hereunder.

      (5) No signs,

leaflets, placards or other material distributed shall contain any obscene,

subversive, salacious, or libelous material.

      (6) The

executive director may suspend any permit already granted in the event that the

conduct of the applicant or any of his agents or associates unreasonably and

substantially interferes with either:

      (a) The safety

of patrons attending the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center;

      (b) The orderly

movement of vehicle and pedestrian traffic on the grounds of the Kentucky Fair

and Exposition Center; or

      (c) The normal

functions of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center;

      (d) Or in the

event of the failure of the applicant or any of his agents or associates to

comply with any of the provisions set forth in this section. The executive

director shall suspend the permit by notice in writing to the applicant; and

such notice shall state the grounds for the suspension.

      (7) No person

shall engage in the activities permitted hereunder without first securing a

permit pursuant to the provisions of this section. (KFEC-9-1; 1 Ky.R. 1030;

eff. 6-11-75; Am. 4 Ky.R. 229; eff. 2-1-78.)
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