Ok, I'll admit, I'm late to this party. I've been monitoring this situation just out of general curiosity and had not been too concerned about it one way or the other because none of the places I typically travel have this situation (yes, a terrible attitude to have, I know, and I'm properly ashamed of myself now
Because now I HAVE been affected. Tonight I went to my grandson's youth baseball game and noticed that the park where the fields are located is posted 30.06 and 30.07. The signs were posted by the local youths sports league (which is an independent non-profit organization not affiliated with the school system or the city), so I dutifully went back to my truck and stowed my 1911. However, after I got home I did confirm my suspicion, which was that the property where the ball fields are located is owned by the city.
I was kind of excited that I was going to get to go through the process of notifying the city, then writing a letter to the AG and all that. Then I looked over this thread some more and finally look at KP-108. What a bummer.
So, from what I understand based on that information, the 411.209 statute, KP-108, and this thread is that the youth sports league can
post signs, but those signs are not
enforceable because they are on city-owned property, correct?
However, if I did decide to carry there but were somehow "outed", then I could
theoretically worst case "take the ride" and have to work it all out in court, correct?
Someone in this thread somewhere said this was an easy tweak to get this law fixed. That apparently won't happen in this session. I look forward to when that does eventually get done.