2016 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 24 - Government - State
State Assistance - Denver Convention Center
Article 83 - State Assistance - Denver Convention Center
§ 24-83-105. Other contractual provisions
(1) The contract shall include the following provisions:
(a) Since the question of residency requirements as a condition of employment at a convention center facility constructed on land acquired with state assistance is a matter of statewide concern, a provision that no charter provision to require residency in the city and county of Denver shall be imposed or enforced at the convention center;
(b) Provisions by which the city and county of Denver agrees to make suitable display space, as defined by rules and regulations promulgated by the executive director of the department of personnel, available in the convention center on a time-share basis to counties, municipalities, and state agencies and private nonprofit or commercial organizations whose purpose is the promotion of tourism and of Colorado businesses and products, in order that the entire state may share in the advertising opportunities provided by the convention center. The contract shall also include provisions which assure that appropriate space will be made available for the promotion of tourism, education, business, and agricultural efforts and activities outside the metropolitan area. Entities using the display space shall make their own determination as to whether union or nonunion labor or volunteers shall setup, service, or dismantle any displays; except that entities using the display space shall conform to any contracts executed before June 1, 1991.
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