Construction & Land Use Newsletter - Volume 5, Issue 3 - September 2013

In This Issue:

- When Do Virginia Contractors Need a License?

- Newberry Station: Political Contributions & Political Realities

- Excerpt from Newberry Station: Political Contributions & Political Realities:

Political contributions and developer-politician interaction are facts of life in the development community. And it makes sense too – developers bring many benefits to communities, such as housing, work space, shopping, and contributions to community amenities, while politicians help marshal the project in a manner they believe will benefit constituents. To be sure, there must be reasonable limits that prevent Chicago-style politics from arising. Virginia has several such laws, including the State and Local Government Conflicts of Interest Act (Va. code section 2.2-3100, et seq.) and various other “conflict of interest” statutes...

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