bdgyeah wrote:I am curious to see where his inquiries lead him.
I'll predict that the answer is: nowhere.
The City of Lewisville holds Western Days downtown and fences off several city blocks. A couple of years ago, they added a private security firm and started wanding everyone who entered. I refused to be wanded and ended up having a chat with two of Lewisville's finest who escorted me in - after they had wanded me and the wand screached over my EDC and spare mag.
The next year, the city posted 51% signs on the fence, claiming that it was required by the TABC because of the liquor license for the event. Except that no one could find the license information for the liquor vendor. I wanted to do an open records request for the name of that vendor but some of my life events got into the way. I'll be, along with the nowhere answer above, that the liquor vendor does not have a 51% license, even though the signs were posted everywhere and that if someone really investigated the situation, it would be chalked up to a large scale "misunderstanding". The sneeky people who pull these stunts, just like the new Denton County Precinct 3 building in Lewisville that is posted 30.06, game the system for their own ends. They depend on people not digging too deep and try to prevent them from doing so.