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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 45. Department For The Blind And Vision Impaired

Chapter 20.
Regulations to Govern the Operation of Vending Facilities in Public Buildings and Other Property
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  • Part III.
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  • Section 40
    Vending facility equipment and initial stock
    Section 50
    Maintenance and replacement of equipment
    Section 60
    Operating agreement between the department and blind vendor
    Section 70
    Transfer and promotion of vendors
    Section 80
    Training of blind vendors
    Section 90
    Election, organization and function of the vending facility vendors council
    Section 100
    Standards of operation in management of a vending facility
  • Part IV.
    Fiscal: Income and Distribution of Funds
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  • Section 110
    Setting aside of funds
    Section 120
    Distribution and use of income from vending machines
    Section 130
    Administrative review of income and distribution of funds
  • Part V.
    Vendor's Rights and Appeals
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  • Section 140
    Administrative review of blind vendor grievance
    Section 150
    Procedures for a full evidentiary hearing
FORMS (22VAC45-20)

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