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SJ 11 Commemorative commission; established to recommend monument to honor contributions of women.

Introduced by: Walter A. Stosch | all patrons    ...    notes | add to my profiles

SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED:

Commemorative commission; honoring the contributions of the women of Virginia with a monument on the grounds of Capitol Square. Establishes a commemorative commission consisting of the Governor, the Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Rules, the Speaker of the House of Delegates, representatives from the Senate and the House of Delegates, the Clerk of the Senate, the Clerk of the House of Delegates, and nonlegislative citizen members. The Secretary of Administration or his designee, the Librarian of Virginia or her designee, the Executive Director of the Capitol Square Preservation Council, and the Executive Director of the Virginia Capitol Foundation shall serve ex officio with nonvoting privileges. The Commission shall determine and recommend to the General Assembly an appropriate monument in Capitol Square to commemorate the contributions of the women of Virginia. The Commission shall seek private funding for the operation and support of the Commission and the erection of an appropriate monument. The costs of implementation of the Commission, its work, and the compensation and reimbursement of members shall be borne by the Commission from such private funds as it may acquire to cover the costs of its operation and work. Until completion of the Commission's work or the erection of the monument, whichever occurs later, the Commission shall report annually by December 1, the status of its work, including any findings and recommendations, to the General Assembly, beginning on December 1, 2010.


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