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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Title 1. Administration
Agency 50. Commission On Local Government
11/29/2021

Chapter 20. Organization and Regulations of ProcedureRead Chapter

  • Part III. Mandatory Commission ReviewsRead all
  • Section 180
    Notice to commission of proposed action as required by § 15.2-2907 of the Code of Virginia
    Section 190
    [Repealed]
    Section 230
    Referral to commission of proposed voluntary settlement agreements
    Section 240
    [Repealed]
    Section 270
    Referral to commission of proposed town-county agreement defining annexation rights
    Section 280
    [Repealed]
    Section 310
    Referral to commission of town petition for order establishing annexation rights
    Section 320
    [Repealed]
    Section 350
    Referral to commission of boundary line adjustment
    Section 360
    [Repealed]
    Section 382
    Referral to commission of proposed economic growth-sharing agreements
    Section 384
    Determination of continued eligibility for city status
    Section 390
    General provisions applicable to mandatory commission reviews
    Section 400
    [Repealed]

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