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Official Opinions

 

January 2004

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Opinion # Requestor

Summary

03-063

The Honorable Clifton A. Woodrum
Member, House of Delegates

Discussion of expected votes on matters pending before General Assembly constitutes discussion or transaction of public business. Informal assemblage of 3 or more legislators at meeting prearranged or called to discuss expected votes on matters pending before General Assembly constitutes ‘meeting’ under Act required to be open to public. Instances in which such assemblage is not required to be open to public. Legislative caucus is not ‘public body’ subject to Act’s notice and open meeting requirements.
03-104

Mr. William L. Heartwell, III
County Attorney for Botetourt County

Locality may not require that remainder parcel meet access standards imposed on nonfamily subdivisions; may impose requirement that remainder parcel of less than 5 acres have reasonable right-of-way providing access to public roadway.
03-117

The Honorable Walter A. Stosch
Member, Senate of Virginia

Authority for Board of Accountancy to promulgate proposed amended regulations as emergency regulations within meaning of Act.
03-120

The Honorable William C. Mims
Member, Senate of Virginia

Authority for Loudoun County School Board to lease 1883 schoolhouse and adjacent brick building to Loudoun Museum Inc., if leased property is used for benefit of school district and nominal lease is consistent with good business judgment and sound business principles. Question of whether nominal lease benefits school district and is consistent with good business judgment and sound business principles is question of fact to be resolved by School Board.
03-123

The Honorable Riley E. Ingram
Member, House of Delegates

Authority for Virginia BPOL licensee to deduct, from its base of taxable gross receipts, gross receipts attributable to business conducted in another state or foreign country, wherein such licensee is liable for or subject to income or other tax based on income.