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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 69
FOOD SERVICE FACILITIES
67-6903.  Food service facilities in public buildings. Any governmental agency which proposes to allow, to operate or to continue a food service facility in a public building shall first attempt, in good faith, to notify nonprofit organizations representing persons with disabilities of the opportunity to operate a food service. If more than one (1) organization responds, the governmental agency shall establish reasonable criteria and shall select on the basis of that criteria from the proposals submitted. Criteria adopted by a governmental agency pursuant to this section, and used as a basis for selection among proposals submitted, shall include the requirement that proposals submitted by the Idaho commission for the blind and visually impaired shall have priority over all other proposals submitted. Proposals submitted by nonprofit organizations representing persons with disabilities, other than the Idaho commission for the blind and visually impaired, shall receive priority over all other proposals except proposals submitted by the Idaho commission for the blind and visually impaired. A food service facility shall be operated without payment of rent. The governmental agency shall not offer or grant any other party a contract or concession to operate such food service facility unless the governmental agency determines in good faith that no nonprofit organization representing persons with disabilities is willing or able to provide satisfactory food service.

History:
[67-6903, added 1982, ch. 350, sec. 1, p. 867; am. 1994, ch. 159, sec. 9, p. 366; am. 2010, ch. 235, sec. 66, p. 602.]


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