2017 Uncodified Acts

2017 Virginia Uncodified Acts
7/25/2017

CHAPTER 781

An Act to authorize the Department of Conservation and Recreation to convey certain real property to the Widewater Beach Subdivision Citizens Association, Inc.

[H 1691]

Approved April 5, 2017

 

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. § 1. The Department of Conservation and Recreation, with approval of the Governor pursuant to § 10.1-109 of the Code of Virginia, is hereby authorized to convey two parcels of land located in or related to Widewater Beach Subdivision, Stafford County, Virginia, one parcel bounded by Woodrow Drive, Lake Drive, Mynell Street, and Hollywood Avenue and described as "A Portion of Tax Map 41, Parcel 2, 17.370 acres," and a portion of abandoned Hollywood Avenue, described as "Parcel 'A' .5134 acres" on that certain plat of survey labeled "PLAT SHOWING PARCEL 'A' ~ 0.5134 ACRES A PORTION OF HOLLYWOOD AVENUE AND THE ROAD RIGHTS-OF-WAY AT WIDEWATER BEACH SUBDIVISION," prepared by Marsh and Legge Land Surveyors, dated March 29, 2013, and recorded with the quitclaim deed dated November 19, 2013, and recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Stafford County Circuit Court as Instrument Number P0024040, to the Widewater Beach Subdivision Citizens Association, Inc., its successors and assigns. This conveyance shall be made without consideration and shall be for the purpose of conveying rights in certain parcels associated with Widewater Beach Subdivision that may have been conveyed to the Department of Conservation and Recreation as part of a larger transfer of land related to the future Widewater State Park by Instrument Number 060008150 in the aforesaid Clerk's Office.

§ 2. The conveyance shall comply with the requirements of the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund Act, 16 U.S.C. § 4601-4 et seq., and shall be subject to the approval of the National Park Service. Pursuant to Item 365 I and notwithstanding the provisions of Item C-25 and § 4-13.00 of the 2017 Appropriation Act, the Department of Conservation and Recreation is authorized to accept donated parcels of land contiguous to Widewater State Park as needed in order to meet the requirements of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act and to obtain the approval of the National Park Service.

§ 3. The conveyance shall be made in a form approved by the Attorney General. The appropriate officials of the Commonwealth are hereby authorized to prepare, execute, and deliver such deed and other documents as may be necessary to accomplish the conveyance.