The entire situation with Boyd Co. Library was worked out several months ago. See this thread:http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...sn-t-think-so. That thread was originally about Ashland Parks then spread to Boyd Co. Library because one of the libraries is located in Central Park in Ashland. If you read through that thread you will get to the part about the library at about page 3. The old policy outright prohibited firearms entirely. I had several conversations with the director of the libraries, Debbie Cosper. The policy manual was finally rewritten and the present language was adopted. This mirrors the language used in the State Library and Archives in Frankfort that also had to change their "no gun" policy. Ms. Cosper assured me in an email that "we have no intention of regulating firearms in the library." I agree with you. This language is an attempt to intimidate people, who do not know the law, but I believe it to be legal. This is a good example of where knowing your rights is important. Governments will try to skirt the law and force their point of view even when they are wrong. They found they could not ban guns outright, so now they attempt to do so by trickery. We are all authorized to carry a gun by the state constitution and those with a CCDW are doubly so. If I lived in Boyd Co. or ever visit there again, I'll OC in that library just to prove we won't be intimidated. I urge others to do the same at every opportunity.