I discovered this ordinance while I was having discussions with the City Manager and City Attorney about the "no guns in the parks" and decided to wait until that reached an outcome before bringing it up. After the parks ordinance was resolved I mentioned it to the City Manager. We had just had a conversation about the new Glock he had just bought and how much he liked guns. He didn't know of the existence of this ordinance and said that if it existed it had not been enforced in years. By this time I had started work on some other city that was in active violation and felt we had established some good will with part of the Ashland city government and decided not to press it. It is a violation and I don't think they should get a free pass and maybe its time to revisit them. They may have become complacent about the subject by now. I'm not sure if there was a change in any government officials in Ashland in the last election, but if so we can educate a new crop of politicians about KRS 65.870. Give them a call. My experience with them was positive, they didn't like being told they were wrong, but once they found out I was right they took the correct action.