Conn. Agencies Regs. § 27-39-3 - Specialized rentals only available when armory/military installation is not in use by the national guard

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Utilization by agricultural and other associations receiving State aid shall be authorized for exhibition purposes at a cost not exceeding the actual maintenance cost. However, if admission is charged, then the rental requirements of these regulations will be adhered to in accordance with Section 27-39-2.
(b) When not in use by the National Guard, Federal and state agencies may utilize an armory for examinations, group instruction or physical education programs when no admission is charged.
(c) When not in use by the National Guard, the Adjutant General may allow use of any state armory, without a rental charge, for any of the activities identified below. If held after the Maintainer's work day, or excessive cleanup is required, the Maintainer will be reimbursed at an hourly rate.
(1) Any public or private nonprofit elementary or secondary school or any regional community college in the state system of community colleges for purposes of athletic events in which no admission is charged.
(2) The American National Red Cross for purposes of blood supply programs.
(d) In all cases of specialized rentals, an Application for Use (MDCT 4-2) will be executed. Maintenance costs, if applicable will be paid and the Military Department will be provided an insurance policy rider in accordance with Section 27-39-10 unless the using organization is covered by an existing state policy.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 27-39-3
Effective April 26, 1993

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