Saturday, July 2, 2011

Super Bowl's "Clean Zone" Expanded?

Clean zone means a geographically defined area within a special event zone during a civic sponsored special event that no temporary advertising, signage, or structures shall be erected or transient merchant, vendor, or otherwise licensed activity may take place without the person or entity performing such activity first having received approval from the event sponsor and a limited duration license from the bureau of license and permit services.

As Paul K. Ogden notes: "So, a bar that has the fortune to be near Lucas Oil Stadium may not post a 'Welcome Football Fans' banner without having the specific okay of the NFL - for instance."

"Indy's bureaucrats...want unlimited power to make as big of a 'clean zone' as they choose. They could conceivably make the entire county a clean zone," he reports.

Say what?

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