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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 11. Gaming
Agency 10. Virginia Racing Commission
Chapter 20. Regulations Pertaining to Horse Racing with Pari-Mutuel Wagering
3/28/2020

11VAC10-20-100. Disclosure of Governmental Actions.

An applicant for a license must disclose with regard to actions of government agencies:

1. The street and highway improvements necessary to ensure adequate access to applicant's horse racing facility, and the cost of improvements, status, likelihood of completion and estimated date of completion;

2. The sewer, water and other public utility improvements necessary to serve applicant's facility, and the cost of improvements, status, likelihood of completion and estimated date of completion;

3. The status of any required government approvals for development, ownership and operation of its horse racing facility:

a. A description of the approval, unit of government, date and documentation;

b. Whether public hearings were held. If they were, the applicant must disclose when and where the hearings were conducted. If they were not held, the applicant must disclose why they were not held; and

c. Whether the unit of government attached any conditions to approval. If so, the applicant must disclose these conditions, including documentation. In addition, the applicant must summarize its plans to meet these conditions.

4. Whether any required governmental approvals remain to be obtained, as well as a description of the approval, unit of government, status, likelihood of approval and estimated date of approval;

5. Whether an environmental assessment or environmental impact statement of the facility has been or will be prepared. If so, the applicant must disclose its status and the governmental unit with jurisdiction, and provide a copy of any statement; and

6. Whether the applicant is in compliance with all state statutes, local charter provisions, local ordinances, and state and local regulations pertaining to the development, ownership and operation of its horse racing facility. If the applicant is not in compliance, the applicant must disclose the reasons why the applicant is not in compliance and summarize plans to obtain compliance.

Statutory Authority

§ 59.1-369 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR662-01-02 § 2.9, Volume 06, Issue 10, eff. March 14, 1990.

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