VA HB486 | 2020 | Regular Session

Status

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)
Status: Introduced on January 3 2020 - 25% progression
Action: 2020-01-03 - Referred to Committee on Finance
Pending: House Finance Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Prefiled) [HTML]

Summary

Additional sales and use tax in Henry and Pittsylvania Counties and the City of Danville; appropriations to incorporated towns for educational purposes. Authorizes Henry County, Pittsylvania County, and the City of Danville to impose an additional local sales and use tax at a rate not to exceed one percent, as determined by the governing body, if initiated by a resolution of the local governing body and approved by the voters at a referendum. The bill requires the governing body to specify in the enacting ordinance the time period, not to exceed 20 years, for which the tax would be imposed. Revenue from the tax shall be used solely for capital projects for new construction or major renovation of schools in the locality enacting the tax.

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Title

Henry and Pittsylvania Counties and City of Danville; additional sales and use tax.

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History

DateChamberAction
2020-01-03HouseReferred to Committee on Finance
2020-01-03HousePrefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20100893D

Code Citations

ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
581602(n/a)See Bill Text
581605(n/a)See Bill Text
581605.1(n/a)See Bill Text
581606.1(n/a)See Bill Text

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Bill Comments

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