governs everything from how they streamline and formalize the registration process so everybody uses the same process, how we make sure that officials are paid and documented, and how we handle things such as concussion protocol and safety policies,” Young said.
As far as Epps’ probation, Young outlined the detailed terms of the sanction.
doesn’t prohibit Mr. Epps from using county facilities. It doesn’t even limit him from using from using county facilities. He has the same right to use them like every other citizen under the rules that you adopt,” Young said. “Essentially there are six separate conditions of his probation, starting with he cannot advertise any county facilities including the Poplar Springs Gym to be his facility. He’s required to use county facilities and abide by the rules you’ve adopted. He’s required to follow the
same rental policies, he’s required to repair any damage that he may do or that teams under his jurisdiction and control may do, and he’s required to comply with all registration and scheduling requirements. As long as he abides by these terms, he can use these facilities like anybody else.”
If Epps fails to comply with the stipulations in the probation, he could be subjected to further action including the suspension of his privileges to use the gym altogether.