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7870.0100 DISCLOSURE OF MANAGEMENT.

An applicant for a Class A license must disclose with regard to the development, ownership, and operation of its pari-mutuel horse racing facility:

A.

a description of the applicant's management plan, with budget and identification of management personnel by function, job descriptions, and qualifications for each management position, and a copy of the organization chart;

B.

management personnel to the extent known and with respect to each:

(1)

legal name, aliases, and previous names;

(2)

current residence and business addresses and telephone numbers;

(3)

qualifications and experience in the following areas:

(a)

general business;

(b)

real estate development;

(c)

construction;

(d)

marketing, promotion, and advertising;

(e)

finance and accounting;

(f)

horse racing;

(g)

pari-mutuel betting;

(h)

security; and

(i)

human and animal health and safety; and

(4)

description of the terms and conditions of employment and a copy of the agreement;

C.

consultants and other contractors who have provided or will provide management-related services to applicant to extent known and with respect to each:

(1)

full name;

(2)

current address and telephone number;

(3)

nature of services;

(4)

qualifications and experience;

(5)

description of terms and conditions of any contractor's agreement, and a copy of the agreement;

D.

memberships of the applicant, management personnel, and consultants in horse racing organizations;

E.

description of the applicant's security plan, including:

(1)

number and deployment of security personnel used by applicant during a race meeting, security staff levels, and deployment at other times;

(2)

specific security plans for perimeter, stabling facilities, pari-mutuel betting facilities, purses and cash room;

(3)

specific plans to discover persons at the horse racing facility who have been convicted of a felony, had a license suspended, revoked, or denied by the commission or by the horse racing authority of another jurisdiction or are a threat to the integrity of racing in Minnesota;

(4)

description of video monitoring equipment and its use;

(5)

whether the applicant will be a member of the Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau or other security organization; and

(6)

coordination of security with law enforcement agencies;

F.

description of the applicant's plans for human and animal health and safety, including emergencies;

G.

description of the applicant's marketing, promotion, and advertising plans;

H.

a description of the applicant's plan for concessions, including whether the licensee will operate concessions and, if not, who will, to the extent known;

I.

a description of training of the applicant's personnel; and

J.

a description of plans for compliance with all laws pertaining to discrimination, equal employment, and affirmative action; policies regarding recruitment, use, and advancement of minorities; policies with respect to minority contracting; a copy of Equal Employment Opportunity Statement and Policy of the applicant dated and signed by chief executive officer; and a copy of Affirmative Action Policy and Procedures dated and signed; and identification of the affirmative action officer, including name, title, address, and telephone number.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 240.23

History:

8 SR 1823

Published Electronically:

April 16, 2007

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