§ 103.01  CARRYING OF CONCEALED HANDGUNS ON MUNICIPAL PROPERTY PROHIBITED; SIGNS REQUIRED.
   (A)   Purpose.  The purpose of this chapter shall be to protect municipal employees and the public at large by prohibiting the carrying of concealed handguns on certain municipal properties.
   (B)   Posting of signs required.  The Town Manager or his or her designee is hereby authorized and instructed to post conspicuous signage at appropriate locations on or within each park and each building or portion of a building owned, leased, operated, occupied, managed or controlled by the town, as well as the appurtenant premises to such buildings, indicating that the carrying of a concealed handgun is prohibited therein as provided by state law.
   (C)   Location of signs.  Signs on buildings shall be visibly posted on the exterior of each entrance by which the general public can access the building.  The Town Manager or his or her designee shall exercise discretion in determining the number and appropriate location of signs to be placed on or within appurtenant premises and parks.
(Ord. 95-96-08, passed 12-11-95)  Penalty, see § 10.99
                   
Statutory reference:
   Authority to post prohibition against carrying of concealed handgun on posted municipal property, see G.S.     §§ 14-415.11(c) and 14-415.23