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Legislative Program 2006
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Intergovernmental Relations Director
Mary Ann Curtin

Email Address
curtinm@chesterfield.gov 

Mailing Address
Chesterfield County Intergovernmental Relations
P.O. Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832-0040

Street Address
Lane B. Ramsey Administration Building
Fifth Floor, Room 500
9901 Lori Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832Map this 

Phone Numbers
Office (804) 748-1486
Fax (804)748-3952

Hours
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday

 



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Legislative Program 2006

2006 Legislative Program 

Legislative Priorities 

Strategic Goal: To be exemplary stewards of public trust and a model for excellence in government  

  • Protect Cash Proffer Authority
  • Protect local government land use and zoning authority
  • Protect local revenues
  • Promote Chesterfield County interests related to transportation proposals
  • Prevent state cost-shifting to localities
  • Oppose additional state mandates

Legislative Requests

Strategic Goal: To be known for extraordinary quality of life  

  • To support and/or initiate legislation resulting from the HJR 685 study on private youth group homes HB577 , HJ 60, SB190 ,

Strategic Goal: To be exemplary stewards of public trust and a model for excellence in government  

  • To clarify that Transportation Service Districts created for road construction purposes may accumulate funds for such reasonable period of time as is necessary to finance the construction. HB 206 ,
  • Amend the Code of Virginia to provide that real property in the land use taxation program that the owner splits-off will not incur roll-back taxes (i) if the property split meets the qualifications of the program or (ii) if the property split does not meet the minimum acreage qualifications but the owner splits-off to an immediate family member and the property remains titled in the name of the immediate family member for five years.  This amendment would also delete the current requirement for an affidavit from the owner that his motivation for splitting the property was for one or more of the purposes of the land use program. SB 186  

Support/Oppose 

  • Support legislation to reform how telecommunications taxes are imposed in Virginia. HB 568  

Any questions about this program should be referred to  

Mary Ann Curtin
Director, Intergovernmental Relations
at (804) 748-1486