Utah Admin. Code R131-9-8 - Roles of the Executive Director, the Subcommittee, and the Board

Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022

(1) The Executive Director, Subcommittee, or Board reserves the right in their discretion to decide whether the request should be approved, approved with conditions, or denied. No applicant has any right to have a Short Term Event, Mid Term Event, or Long Term Event (Display) at the Capitol Hill Complex.
(2) Short Term Event applications shall be processed and determined by the Executive Director, in accordance with the requirements of this Rule R131-9.
(3) Mid Term Events shall be processed and determined by the Executive Director and the Subcommittee in accordance with requirements of this Rule R131-9. The Board shall be advised periodically of any decision of such Mid Term Events.
(4) Long Term Events (Displays) shall be processed and determined by the Executive Director and the Board, after receiving a recommendation from the Subcommittee, in accordance with this Rule R131-9.
(5) The final determination must comply with the Capitol Master Plan and applicable Facility Use Rules, including Utah Administrative Code Rules R131-2 and R131-10.

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Utah Admin. Code R131-9-8

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