Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022
So that there will be no unfair competition, fairs shall be divided into three divisions, of small, medium, and large, based upon populations served by said fair.
These divisions of fairs are defined as follows:
(a) A small fair is a fair that serves a population of up to 50,000 persons.
(b) A medium fair is a fair that serves a population of 50,000 persons or over, but less than 100,000 persons.
(c) A large fair is a fair that serves a population of 100,000 persons, or over.
(d) The determination of whether a fair shall be considered small, medium or large as defined above shall be the duty of, and wholly within the discretion of, the Special Awards Committee for fairs as defined in Code of Ala. 1975, §
(2) Divisions of fairs shall not compete with other divisions, but shall only compete with those fairs in the same division.
The distribution of funds as contemplated under Code of Ala. 1975
, and Rule 105-X-1-.07
of this chapter shall be limited to the various divisions of fairs as follows:
(a) Each small or medium fair as defined and designated in this rule shall be limited to $5,000 in any one fair season.
Each large fair as defined and designated in this rule shall be limited to $8,000 in any one fair season.
Author: Charles H. Barnes