2013 Uncodified Acts

2013 Virginia Uncodified Acts
12/12/2018
Chapter 8 (HB1392)
Higher educational institutions; modifications to prior revenue bond bills, emergency. 
Chapter 31 (HB 2175)
Veterans care center; construction in Northern Virginia. 
Chapter 33 (HB 2249)
William and Mary, The College of; management agreement between the Commonwealth. 
Chapter 41 (SB 768)
Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan; directs state agencies to remove Lynnhaven River. 
Chapter 46 (SB 985)
G. Richard Thompson Wildlife Management Area; conveyance of certain land to Warren County. 
Chapter 47 (SB 1014)
Coal; repeals an obsolete chapter that regulates surface mining. 
Chapter 59 (SB 1291)
Menhaden fish; allowable catch for those landed in State, etc., report. Emergency. 
Chapter 106 (SB 1068)
Easements; authorizes conveyance of right-of-way between Dept. of Forestry & Ratcliffe Foundation. 
Chapter 112 (HB 1508)
Congressman William Wampler, Sr., Memorial Highway; designating portion of Interstate Route 81. 
Chapter 129 (HB 2111)
Coal; repeals an obsolete chapter that regulates surface mining. 
Chapter 134 (HB 2215)
Charles K. "Pete" Estes Memorial Bridge; designating newly replaced U.S. Route 522 bridge. 
Chapter 147 (SB 987)
Virginia War Memorial Shrine of Memory; memorialization of fallen Virginians by inclusion of names. 
Chapter 153 (SB 1132)
Claims; Bennett Barbour's estate. 
Chapter 167 (SB 1257)
Virginia's Future, Council on; extends sunset provision. 
Chapter 168 (SB 1330)
Eastern Virginia Medical School; reduces minimum number of required meetings of Board of Visitors. 
Chapter 177 (HB 1387)
License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Washington Nationals baseball team. 
Chapter 194 (HB 1515)
Widgeon, Randy Marshall; transfers his service pistol to his widow, Pamela Turlington Widgeon. 
Chapter 202 (HB 1726)
Non-gravel effluent drain systems for onsite sewage systems; regulations. 
Chapter 220 (HB 2035)
Old Flat State Forest; authorizes DOF to convey and accept lands in Grayson County. 
Chapter 238 (HB 2186)
Real property; authorizes VDOT to convey certain property controlled by Department in Albemarle Co. 
Chapter 251 (HB 1563)
Burial services; Cemetery Board to develop process to ensure consumers get accurate cost estimates. 
Chapter 265 (HB 1668)
Southwestern VA Mental Health Institute; DBHDS authorized to convey real property in Smyth County. 
Chapter 277 (HB 1724)
Subdivision ordinance; Charlottesville may allow developer to construct sidewalk on residential lot. 
Chapter 296 (HB 1953)
U.S. Route 58 Corridor Development Program; issuance of bonds. 
Chapter 309 (HB 2194)
Capital outlay; establishes revised six-year plan for projects. 
Chapter 313 (HB 2245)
Virginia's Future, Council on; extends sunset provision. 
Chapter 322 (SB 754)
Higher educational institutions; modifications to prior revenue bond bills, emergency. 
Chapter 342 (HB 1756)
Bedford, City of, reversion; taxation of real property that becomes part of Bedford County. 
Chapter 358 (HB 2334)
Solar-powered or wind-powered electricity generation facility; SCC to conduct pilot program, etc. 
Chapter 360 (SB 837)
License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Washington Nationals baseball team. 
Chapter 368 (SB 912)
William and Mary, College of; management agreement between State. 
Chapter 382 (SB 1023)
Solar-powered or wind-powered electricity generation facility; SCC to conduct pilot program, etc. 
Chapter 384 (SB 1041)
Bedford, City of, reversion; taxation of real property in Town of Bedford and City of Bedford. 
Chapter 404 (SB 1265)
Capital outlay; establishes revised six-year plan for projects. 
Chapter 413 (HB 1435)
Senior judge system; to study feasibility & effect of implementing for circuit & district courts. 
Chapter 418 (HB 1635)
Jail facilities, temporary; Chesapeake allowed certain waivers for current temporary structures. 
Chapter 421 (HB 1685)
General Services, Department of; conveyance of certain real property located in City of Richmond. 
Chapter 427 (HB 1813)
Bedford, City of, reversion; special election for certain council members. 
Chapter 429 (HB 1856)
Emergency medical services; Board of Health to develop policies related to statewide providers. 
Chapter 451 (HB 2328)
Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Department of; list of licensed providers on website. 
Chapter 453 (SB 729)
Jail facilities, temporary; Chesapeake allowed certain waivers for current temporary structures. 
Chapter 455 (SB 846)
Community colleges; certain colleges to develop policies to increase dual enrollment. 
Chapter 471 (SB 1042)
Bedford,City of, reversion; special election for certain council members, census to be completed. 
Chapter 488 (HB 1703)
Municipal deed; restrictions on certain property in Virginia Beach. 
Chapter 509 (HB 2238)
Recorded plats & final site plans; plan shall be deemed final once it has been reviewed & approved. 
Chapter 527 (SB 886)
Affordable housing; substitutes south urban region for Charlottesville MSA. 
Chapter 528 (SB 890)
Libraries; Town of Leesburg may by ordinance establish an endowment fund for purpose of supporting. 
Chapter 556 (HB 1558)
Libraries; Town of Leesburg may by ordinance establish an endowment fund for supporting certain. 
Chapter 571 (HB 1844)
Protection and Advocacy, Virginia Office for; privatization. 
Chapter 587 (HB 2144)
Standards of Quality; waivers from third grade Standards of Learning assessments in certain schools. 
Chapter 597 (HB 2271)
Post-adoption services; DSS shall utilize all federal bonus payments to support. 
Chapter 608 (HB 2343)
Public school security equipment; issuance of bonds for purpose of grant payments. 
Chapter 632 (SB 1055)
Medical waste; repeals certain provisions regarding disposal of. 
Chapter 640 (SB 1167)
Student growth indicators; Board of Education shall develop by October 1, 2014, report. 
Chapter 644 (SB 1201)
School divisions; regulations concerning Board of Education's process for submitting proposals, etc. 
Chapter 663 (SB 1368)
License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME. 
Chapter 667 (HB 1601)
Civics Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision. 
Chapter 672 (HB 1999)
Individual school performance; Board of Education shall approve student growth indicators, report. 
Chapter 674 (HB 2130)
Nursing homes; implementation of voluntary electronic monitoring in residents' rooms. 
Chapter 682 (SB 974)
Nursing homes; implementation of voluntary electronic monitoring in residents' rooms. 
Chapter 692 (SB 1207)
Individual school performance; Board of Education shall approve student growth indicators, report. 
Chapter 697 (HB 1858)
Public secondary school students; model waiver form for entity providing occupational experience. 
Chapter 718 (HB 2176)
Northampton County School Board; terms of members. 
Chapter 721 (SB 956)
Investor-owned electric utilities; declining block rate for residential customers. 
Chapter 726 (SB 1345)
Teacher licensure; renewal requirements by Board of Education. 
Chapter 727 (HJ 551)
Constitutional amendment; General Assembly may exempt real property of spouses of soldiers killed. 
Chapter 729 (HB 1420)
Intervener; purposes of regulations promulgated by Board of Education. 
Chapter 736 (HB 1627)
Real property; VDOT to convey a parcel of property owned by Department in Fauquier County, etc. 
Chapter 738 (HB 1645)
Tradesmen; Board for Contractors shall evaluate continuing education requirements, report. 
Chapter 751 (HB 1900)
Health insurance reform; revises State's laws. 
Chapter 753 (HB 1983)
Loudoun County; DGS to convey by quitclaim deed, certain real property of former Town of Waterford. 
Chapter 755 (HB 2012)
Drones; moratorium on use of unmanned aircraft systems by state or local government department, etc. 
Chapter 760 (HB 2254)
Menhaden fish; allowable catch for those landed in State, report. Emergency. 
Chapter 766 (HB 2313)
Revenues and appropriations of State; changes to revenues collected and distribution, report. 
Chapter 795 (SB 1317)
Real property; DGS authorized to convey property to Mennel Milling Company in Roanoke County. 
Chapter 796 (SB 1331)
Drones; moratorium on use of unmanned aircraft systems by state or local government department, etc. 
Chapter 806 (HB 1500)
Budget Bill. 

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