2007 Uncodified Acts

2007 Virginia Uncodified Acts
8/19/2018
Chapter 2 (HB 1630)
Nursing facility or extended care services; extends sunset provision therefor. 
Chapter 3 (HB 3018)
Old Dominion University; certain undergraduate classes offered at Va. Beach Higher Ed. Center. 
Chapter 6 (SB 1112)
Health care data reporting; repeals sunset provisions. 
Chapter 8 (SB 740)
Nursing facility services; extends sunset provision for certain certific. of public need. 
Chapter 21 (HB 2367)
Health care data reporting; repeals sunset provisions. 
Chapter 50 (HB 3005)
Natural gas pipeline; Marine Resources Commission to grant easements and rights-of-way. 
Chapter 54 (SB 963)
George Washington's Grist Mill State Park; Department of Conservation and Recreation to convey. 
Chapter 57 (HB 1628)
Coal and gas road improvement tax, local; extends sunset provision. 
Chapter 66 (HB 2240)
War Memorial; State Treasurer to advance loan for construction of wing. 
Chapter 83 (SB 1367)
Subaqueous land; Marine Resources Commission to convey certain S&S Marine Supply in Hampton. 
Chapter 93 (SB 881)
Manion, Kevin Carder; parents awarded handgun for his service to Department of State Police. 
Chapter 96 (SB 1090)
State Firefighter's Association; created. 
Chapter 123 (HB 2542)
No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education requesting waiver from certain provisions. 
Chapter 124 (HB 2601)
Veterans Day; Board of Education to provide information for commemoration thereof. 
Chapter 132 (HB 2837)
George Washington's birthday; Department of Education to provide schools information thereon. 
Chapter 141 (HB 3144)
Lettner, Kimberly S.; authorized to retain her service pistol & shotgun for service to State Police. 
Chapter 155 (SB 1092)
American Former Prisoners of War Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Route 19 in Russell Co. 
Chapter 173 (SB 1370)
Trooper Ricky Marshall McCoy Memorial Bridge; designating as I-95 bridge over Route 635. 
Chapter 174 (SB 1418)
First Landing State Park; Department of Conservation and Recreation to lease portion thereof. 
Chapter 184 (HB 1964)
License plates, special; issuance to registered nurses. 
Chapter 186 (HB 2001)
Life insurance; clarifies provisions addressing when a trustee has an insurable interest therein. 
Chapter 195 (HB 2342)
Miller School of Albemarle; eliminates provision that 2 members of Board be appointed by Gov. 
Chapter 201 (HB 2536)
Special license plates; repeal of authorizations.  
Chapter 235 (SB 803)
License plates, special; issuance honoring Robert E. Lee. 
Chapter 237 (SB 957)
Portsmouth Port and Industrial Commission. 
Chapter 271 (HB 2105)
Charles B. Morris Memorial Bridge; designating as I-77 bridge over Route 58 in Carroll County. 
Chapter 274 (HB 2165)
Monacan Parkway; designating as portion of Route 29 within Town of Amherst and Campbell County. 
Chapter 293 (HB 2540)
Lance Corporal Jason Redifer Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 608 bridge over I-64 in Augusta. 
Chapter 294 (HB 2541)
Lance Corporal Daniel Scott Resner Bubb Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 256 bridge over I-81. 
Chapter 303 (HB 2780)
House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment in boundary line within King William County. 
Chapter 330 (HB 2735)
National Association of Counties; locality to participate. 
Chapter 339 (HB 2989)
Portsmouth Port & Industrial Commission; authority to provide financing by leasing, etc. facilities. 
Chapter 345 (HB 3111)
Tobacco Settlement Foundation Endowment; created. 
Chapter 348 (HB 3181)
Richmond, City of; Governor to disclaim state interests to certain escheated parcels therein. 
Chapter 378 (SB 1099)
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission; change in membership. 
Chapter 398 (HB 1992)
Nursing home beds; authorizes issuance of certificates of public need for relocation thereof. 
Chapter 401 (HB 2040)
Career and Technical Education, Advisory Council on; extends sunset date. 
Chapter 433 (HB 1711)
Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2007; created. 
Chapter 466 (HB 2095)
Retirement System; additional information to localities and authorized to assess fees. 
Chapter 480 (HB 2323)
Claims; Anna Malenick Evans. 
Chapter 490 (HB 2431)
Reversion of federal lands; State to take title to lands in NoVa with environmental contamination. 
Chapter 531 (HB 3094)
Virginia Coal Heritage Trail; designating as certain highway segments in Southwest Virginia. 
Chapter 542 (SB 770)
Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2007; created. 
Chapter 554 (SB 900)
Virginia Beach Police Department Marine Patrol; enforcement of federal security and safety zones. 
Chapter 564 (SB 1069)
Drug and alcohol treatment pilot program; local or regional jail may establish for inmates. 
Chapter 580 (SB 1352)
War Memorial; State Treasurer to advance loan for construction of wing. 
Chapter 585 (SB 1425)
Hampton University; amending incorporation thereof to expand the purpose of the University. 
Chapter 586 (SB 734)
Coal and gas road improvement tax, local; extends sunset provision. 
Chapter 625 (HB 2031)
Parasail operators; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to promulgate regulations applicable thereto. 
Chapter 635 (SB 2198)
 
Chapter 669 (HB 2787)
License plates, special; issuance to members of U.S. Coast Guard. 
Chapter 677 (HB 2962)
Life-sharing communities; defines and establishes criteria for licensing and inspection thereof. 
Chapter 688 (HB 3133)
Sanitary landfills; Department of Environmental Quality to develop postclosure guidelines. 
Chapter 690 (HB 3151)
First Landing State Park; Department of Conservation to lease certain land therein. 
Chapter 719 (SB 1067)
Volunteer assistant attorneys; adds City of Richmond to those localities with authority to appoint. 
Chapter 730 (SB 1212)
No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education requesting waiver from certain provisions. 
Chapter 749 (HB 2090)
Lingebach, Walter S.; amends previous legislation providing relief thereto for property purchase. 
Chapter 789 (SB 1152)
Energy Policy Act of 2006; appropriations for certain funds. 
Chapter 795 (SB 1232)
School boards; referendum for election of chairman in Page County. 
Chapter 842 (SJ 842)
 
Chapter 843 (SJ 354)
Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (first reference). 
Chapter 847 (HB 1650)
Budget Bill. 
Chapter 851 (HB 1710)
Treatment works; reimbursement to localities of funds for upgrades thereof. 
Chapter 852 (HB 1722)
Road to Revolution Heritage Trail; establishment thereof. 
Chapter 855 (HB 1851)
Rappahannock Area Community Services Board; Governor to convey certain property in Caroline County. 
Chapter 862 (HB 2203)
Subaqueous lands; parties in City of Norfolk to pay amount commensurate with property interest. 
Chapter 875 (HB 2642)
Subaqueous land; Marine Resources Commission to convey certain S&S Marine Supply in Hampton. 
Chapter 878 (HB 2776)
Sex offender treatment offices; prohibited in certain residential areas. 
Chapter 884 (HB 2990)
Subaqueous lands; Marine Resources Commission to convey adjoining parcels thereof. 
Chapter 896 (HB 3202)
Transportation funding; authority to certain localities to impose additional fees therefor, report. 
Chapter 900 (SB 771)
Treatment works; reimbursement to localities of funds for upgrades thereof. 
Chapter 912 (SB 1047)
Southampton County Jail Farm; Board of Corrections to convey to Southampton County sheriff's office. 
Chapter 913 (SB 1083)
State Police Headquarters, former; State to convey property on Rt. 83 to Buchanan County. 
Chapter 940 (HB 2951)
Tolls; VDOT to impose and collect for use of Route 17 in City of Chesapeake. 

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