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by Right2Carry
Tue May 31, 2011 6:03 am
Forum: 2011 Texas Legislative Session
Topic: SB321: Employer parking lots
Replies: 71
Views: 11433

Re: SB321: Employer parking lots

canvasbck wrote:
Right2Carry wrote:
AggieCHL wrote:
Per the DOD contractors

Fort Worth Lockheed would be a problem since it is Federally owned property which is leased by LM with access controlled parking
Lockheed in Fort Worth has most, but not all, of its buildings in on Federal Property. They lease a couple of their buildings from a commercial real-estate firm. These leased buildings are not on federal property or owned by Lockheed.

If a Lockheed employee works at one of the buildings that's not on Federal property, then they should be able to carry under SB321. What would get tricky is when they have to drive over to one of the other buildings that is located on Federal property.
Lockheed has several facilities around the DFW area and the only one that I know of for sure that is on Federal Property is the Main Plant out at Carswell. Look out for Lockheed and other DOD contractors to claim that they manufacture Chemicals or Explosives in order to circumvent the bill.

They are missing the air permit part
I hope you are correct.
by Right2Carry
Mon May 30, 2011 7:38 pm
Forum: 2011 Texas Legislative Session
Topic: SB321: Employer parking lots
Replies: 71
Views: 11433

Re: SB321: Employer parking lots

AggieCHL wrote:
Per the DOD contractors

Fort Worth Lockheed would be a problem since it is Federally owned property which is leased by LM with access controlled parking
Lockheed in Fort Worth has most, but not all, of its buildings in on Federal Property. They lease a couple of their buildings from a commercial real-estate firm. These leased buildings are not on federal property or owned by Lockheed.

If a Lockheed employee works at one of the buildings that's not on Federal property, then they should be able to carry under SB321. What would get tricky is when they have to drive over to one of the other buildings that is located on Federal property.
Lockheed has several facilities around the DFW area and the only one that I know of for sure that is on Federal Property is the Main Plant out at Carswell. Look out for Lockheed and other DOD contractors to claim that they manufacture Chemicals or Explosives in order to circumvent the bill.
by Right2Carry
Sat May 28, 2011 11:46 am
Forum: 2011 Texas Legislative Session
Topic: SB321: Employer parking lots
Replies: 71
Views: 11433

Re: SB321: Employer parking lots

How does this bill affect those who work for DOD contractors such as lockheed , Bell, and others?

The reason I am asking is a buddy of mine stated he got a message from TSRA stating DOD contractors would be off limits.

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