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Virginia Administrative Code
1/22/2022

Part VI. Private Construction of Juvenile Facilities

6VAC35-30-160. Private construction of juvenile facilities.

Section 16.1-322.5 of the Code of Virginia allows the board to authorize a county or city or any combination of counties, cities, or towns established pursuant to § 16.1-315 of the Code of Virginia to contract with a private entity for the financing, site selection, acquisition, or design and construction of a local or regional detention home or other secure facility. Localities authorized to contract for private construction of a juvenile detention facility shall receive state reimbursement authorized by § 16.1-309.5 of the Code of Virginia, in accordance with Parts I through VI of this chapter.

Statutory Authority

§§ 16.1-309.5, 16.1-309.9, 16.1-322.7 and 66-10 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR690-15-001 § 6.1, eff. September 9, 1992; amended, Virginia Register Volume 27, Issue 11, eff. July 1, 2011.

6VAC35-30-170. Requirements for contract authorization.

Prior to receiving the board's authorization to enter into a contract for private construction, sponsors shall certify and submit documentation demonstrating that all requirements mandated by § 16.1-322.5 of the Code of Virginia have been met by both the sponsor and the contractor.

Statutory Authority

§§ 16.1-309.5, 16.1-309.9, 16.1-322.7 and 66-10 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR690-15-001 § 6.2, eff. September 9, 1992; amended, Virginia Register Volume 27, Issue 11, eff. July 1, 2011.

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