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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board
5/22/2019

Chapter 830. Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area Designation and Management RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Application
Section 20
Authority for chapter
Section 30
Purpose of chapter
Section 40
Definitions
Section 50
Local program development
Section 60
Elements of program
Section 70
Purpose
Section 80
Resource Protection Areas
Section 90
Resource Management Areas
Section 100
Intensely Developed Areas
Section 110
Site-specific refinement of Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area boundaries
Section 120
Purpose
Section 130
General performance criteria
Section 140
Development criteria for Resource Protection Areas
Section 150
Nonconformities, exemptions, and exceptions
Section 160
Purpose
Section 170
Comprehensive plans
Section 180
Purpose
Section 190
Land development ordinances, regulations, and procedures
Section 200
Purpose
Section 210
Local assistance guidance
Section 220
Board to establish liaison
Section 230
Planning district comments
Section 240
Preparation and submission of management program
Section 250
Applicability
Section 260
Administrative proceedings
Section 270
Legal proceedings
Section 280
Delegation of authority
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