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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 17. Libraries And Cultural Resources
Agency 5. Board of Historic Resources
Chapter 30. Evaluation Criteria and Procedures for Designations by the Board of Historic Resources
3/1/2024

17VAC5-30-180. Removal of property from the Virginia Landmarks Register.

The director or the board may initiate the process for removing property from the Virginia Landmarks Register upon concluding that one or more of the conditions set out in 17VAC5-30-90 have been met. Where the director or the board initiates the process, the director shall notify the property owner or owners and the chief elected local official and give them at least 30 days to comment prior to formal action by the board. In addition, any person or organization may petition in writing for removal of a property from the Virginia Landmarks Register by setting forth the reasons the property should be removed on the grounds established in 17VAC5-30-90.

Upon receipt of a petition for removal of property from the Virginia Landmarks Register, the director shall notify the petitioner within 45 days as to whether the petition demonstrates that one or more of the conditions set out in 17VAC5-30-90 have been met. Upon finding that one or more of those conditions have been met, the director shall notify the property owners and the chief elected local official and give them at least 30 days to comment prior to formal action by the board. Upon a finding by the director that none of those conditions have been met, the petitioner may appeal to the board as set out in 17VAC5-30-190.

Statutory Authority

§ 10.1-2205 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR390-01-03 § 5.5, eff. February 9, 1994.

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