Haw. Code R. § 3-70-4 - General policies

Current through February, 2022

(a) The stadium is operated for the recreational and entertainment needs of the people of Hawaii and provides a place where large gatherings of people may assemble The character and nature of events at the stadium shall be in the public interest
(b) The facility shall be open to performances, programs, exhibitions, athletic events, and other activities that are in the interests of the members of the community.
(c) The use of the stadium shall be prohibited to any activity that, in the opinion of the authority, may cause damage or injury to the stadium facility or any part thereof.
(d) In determining whether to grant an application for the use of the stadium, the authority shall take into consideration, among other things, the following:
(1) Character and financial condition of the applicant;
(2) Nature and character of event proposed;
(3) Admission charge;
(4) Potential damage or injury to the facility; and
(5) Demonstrated ability of the applicant to properly manage the proposed event, including meeting all event costs.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 3-70-4
[Eff 6/12/81; am 9/17/82; com SEP 18 2006] (Auth: HRS § 109-2) (Imp: HRS § 109-2) Comp 9/7/2019

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