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Code of Virginia
Title 2.2. Administration of Government
Chapter 11. Department of General Services

Article 6. Division of Support Services.

§ 2.2-1168. Division of Support Services may be established.

The Director of the Department may establish a Division of Support Services (the "Division") and assign to this Division or to any other division any or all of the duties described in this article or otherwise imposed upon the Department.

1977, c. 672, § 2.1-527; 2001, c. 844.

§ 2.2-1169. Mail handling, messenger and parcel service.

The Division shall operate a central service unit to provide all state departments, divisions, institutions and agencies in the Richmond area with mail handling, messenger and parcel service. These services may, if deemed appropriate, be extended to state departments, divisions, institutions and agencies in other areas of the Commonwealth.

1972, c. 503, § 2.1-243.1; 1976, c. 759; 1977, c. 672, § 2.1-528; 2001, c. 844.

§ 2.2-1170. Office equipment pool; repair.

The Division may establish a general office equipment pool and central repair shop for such equipment, and may provide guidelines for the utilization of such equipment. For the purposes of this section, computers, software, supplies, and related peripheral equipment shall not be considered general office equipment.

1977, c. 672, § 2.1-529; 2001, c. 844.

§ 2.2-1171. Printing and duplicating facilities.

The Division may operate a printing and duplicating facility in the Richmond area, and may establish criteria for its use, subject to the provisions of § 2.2-1113.

1977, c. 672, § 2.1-530; 2001, c. 844.

§ 2.2-1172. Parking of vehicles in Capitol Square; parking facilities for state officers and employees; violations.

A. Except as provided in this section, all parking in the Capitol Square of motor vehicles and animal-drawn vehicles is prohibited. However, during the recess of the General Assembly, the Division may cause to be marked off certain portions of the driveways in the Capitol Square and permit vehicles to be parked there under such regulations as may be prescribed. Parking areas on the west of the Capitol shall be reserved at all times for parking by members of the General Assembly.

B. During sessions of the General Assembly, parking in the Capitol Square shall be subject to rules and regulations adopted jointly by the Speaker of the House of Delegates and the chairman of the Senate Committee on Rules.

C. The Division may, with the approval of the Governor, utilize any property owned by the Commonwealth and located in the Richmond area for the purpose of providing parking facilities for officers and employees of the Commonwealth, and to allocate spaces therein. The Division may fix and collect fees for the use of the parking facilities. The Division may adopt regulations for the parking facilities, which regulations shall include the enforcement provisions required by §§ 46.2-1225 through 46.2-1229.

D. Any person parking any vehicle contrary to the rules and regulations referred to in subsection B or contrary to the other provisions of this section, or contrary to any parking sign or "No Parking" sign erected by the Division pursuant to regulations adopted by it, shall be subject to a fine of not less than one dollar nor more than twenty-five dollars for each offense.

Code 1950, § 2-75.1; 1958, c. 2; 1966, c. 677, § 2.1-94; 1970, c. 202; 1977, c. 672, § 2.1-531; 2001, c. 844.