Code of Virginia

Code of Virginia
Title 33.2. Highways and Other Surface Transportation Systems

Article 9. Withdrawal from Transportation District.

§ 33.2-1931. Resolution or ordinance.

A county or city may withdraw from the transportation district by resolution or ordinance, as may be appropriate, adopted by a majority vote of its governing body. The withdrawal of any county or city shall not be effective until the resolution or ordinance of withdrawal is filed with the transportation district commission and with the Secretary of the Commonwealth.

1964, c. 631, § 15.1-1368; 1997, c. 587, § 15.1-4530; 2014, c. 805.

§ 33.2-1932. Financial obligations.

The withdrawal from the transportation district of any county or city shall not relieve the county or city from any obligation or commitment made or incurred while a district member.

1964, c. 631, § 15.1-1369; 1997, c. 587, § 15.1-4531; 2014, c. 805.

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