2006 New Mexico Statutes - Section 22-14-27 — Assuring preferences to blind persons.
22-14-27. Assuring preferences to blind persons.
The head or governing body of each department or agency and of each county or municipality or other local governmental entity having control of state property shall:
A. adopt policies and take action as may be necessary to assure that blind persons licensed by the commission will be given a preference in the establishment and operation of vending stands on property under its control, when vending stands may be properly and satisfactorily operated by blind persons;
B. cooperate with the commission in surveys of property under its control to find suitable locations for the operation of vending stands by blind persons and, after it has been determined that there is need for a vending stand and after the commission has determined that the stand may be properly and satisfactorily operated by a blind person, issue to the commission a permit for the operation of a vending stand by a licensed blind person and cooperate with the commission in the installation of the vending stand; and
C. provide appropriate vending space and utility services for the operation of vending stands at no cost to the commission or to the blind licensee.
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