Kan. Admin. Regs. § 1-46-18 - Official parking for legislators

The secretary of administration shall issue through the director of legislative administrative services, one (1) parking permit to each legislator during the first three (3) weeks in January of each odd-numbered year. Each legislative permit shall be effective during the two-year period commencing with issuance. The secretary shall obtain official parking stickers from the state printer who shall not provide identical or similar stickers to any other person. The official parking stickers shall be evidence of a permit issued under this regulation and shall be affixed on the motor vehicle of the legislator as follows: one (1) sticker on the lower left corner of the front windshield and one (1) in the lower left corner of the rear window. A permit issued under this regulation shall be the only permit required of a legislator to park on the statehouse grounds, if the motor vehicle so parked properly displays official parking stickers. Whenever a motor vehicle which has no official parking stickers affixed thereto is sold or the legislator to whom the stickers were issued is no longer a member of the Kansas legislature, such stickers shall be removed by the legislator or former legislator from the motor vehicle. Whenever a vacancy shall occur in the legislature and a new member is appointed to fill the vacancy, the secretary of administration shall issue a parking permit and official parking stickers to the new member for the same term as other original permits were issued.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 1-46-18
Authorized by K.S.A. 75-3706, 75-4501 et seq.; effective, E-74-4, Nov. 2, 1973; effective May 1, 1975; amended May 1, 1979.

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