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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 30. Department Of General Services
Chapter 150. Regulations for Public Use of Robert E. Lee Monument, Richmond, Va

1VAC30-150-10. Purpose, applicability, and definitions.

The Robert E. Lee Monument, located at 1700 Monument Avenue, is the largest monument on the City of Richmond's Monument Avenue. The 60-foot high statue, composed of a granite base and 14-foot tall bronze equestrian statue of Robert E. Lee, stands in the middle of Lee Circle, a traffic circle at the intersection of Monument Avenue and Allen Avenue. The purpose of this chapter is to establish and codify regulations governing the use of this state-owned property. This chapter applies to the Lee Monument.

The following word or term when used in this chapter shall have the following meaning unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

"Lee Monument" means the statue of Robert E. Lee and the surrounding 25,000 square feet of state-owned property located at 1700 Monument Avenue in the City of Richmond. The Lee Monument does not include the abutting sidewalk or streets, which are the property of the City of Richmond.

Statutory Authority

§ 2.2-4011 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 35, Issue 17, eff. May 16, 2019.

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