(a) A county may authorize a board to adopt rules to regulate the private use of public
roadways, open spaces, parks, sidewalks, and similar public areas in the district,
if the use is for a public purpose.
(b) A rule, order, ordinance, or regulation of a county or municipality that conflicts
with a rule adopted under this section controls to the extent of any conflict.
(c) A rule adopted under this section may provide for the safe and orderly use of
public roadways, open spaces, parks, sidewalks, and similar public areas in the area
of the district or economic development project.
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