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November 2021 Local Referenda

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Locality NameQuestion TitleQuestion
AMHERST COUNTYOFFTRACK PARI-MUTUEL WAGERINGShall pari-mutuel wagering be permitted in Amherst County at satellite facilities in accordance with Chapter 29 (§ 59.1-364 et seq.) of Title 59.1 of the Code of Virginia?
ARLINGTON COUNTYArlington Public SchoolsShall Arlington County contract a debt and issue its general obligation bonds in the maximum principal amount of $23,0 I 0,000 to finance, together with other available funds, the cost of various capital projects for Arlington Public Schools?
ARLINGTON COUNTYCommunity InfrastructureShall Arlington County contract a debt and issue its general obligation bonds in the maximum principal amount of $17,035,000 to finance, together with other available funds, the cost of various capital projects, including but not limited to Neighborhood Conservation, improvements to County facilities in the Court House area, and other County infrastructure?
ARLINGTON COUNTYLocal Parks and RecreationShall Arlington County contract a debt and issue its general obligation bonds in the maximum principal amount of $6,800,000 to finance, together with other available funds, the cost of various capital projects for local parks & recreation?
ARLINGTON COUNTYMetro and TransportationShall Arlington County contract a debt and issue its general obligation bonds in the maximum principal amount of $38,700,000 to finance, together with other available funds, the cost of various capital projects for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and other transit, pedestrian, road or transportation projects?
DANVILLE CITYSales TaxShould the City of Danville be authorized to levy a general retail sales tax at a rate not to exceed one percent ( 1% ), provided the revenue from the sales tax shall be used solely for capital projects for the construction or renovation of schools in the City of Danville and that the sales tax shall expire by May 31, 2041?
DANVILLE CITYSchool BondsShall the City of Danville, Virginia, contract a debt and issue its general obligation school bonds in the maximum amount of One Hundred Forty-One Million Dollars ($141,000,000) pursuant to the City Charter and the Public Finance Act of 1991 to provide funds, together with other available funds, to undertake a program of capital improvement projects involving the renovation of, and construction of additions to, Danville public schools?
EMPORIA CITYOffTrack Pari-Mutuel WageringShall pari-mutuel wagering be permitted in the City of Emporia at satellite facilities in accordance with Chapter 29 (§ 59.1-364 et seq.) of Title 59.1 of the Code of Virginia?
EMPORIA CITYPari-Mutuel WageringShall pari-mutuel wagering be permitted in the City of Emporia at satellite facilities in accordance with Chapter 29 (§ 59.1-364 et seq.) of Title 59.1 of the Code of Virginia?
FAIRFAX COUNTYPublic School BondsShall Fairfax County, Virginia, contract a debt, borrow money, and issue capital improvement bonds in the maximum aggregate principal amount of $360,000,000 for the purposes of providing funds, in addition to funds from school bonds previously authorized, to finance, including reimbursement to the County for temporary financing for, the costs of school improvements, including acquiring, building, expanding, and renovating properties, including new sites, new buildings or additions, renovations and improvements to existing buildings, and furnishings and equipment, for the Fairfax County public school system?
GOOCHLAND COUNTYCOURTS, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETYShall the County of Goochland, Virginia (the "County") contract a debt and issue its General Obligation Public Improvement Bonds in the maximum amount of Thirty-Six Million Dollars ($36,000,000) to provide funds, together with other available funds, to undertake a program of Capital Improvement Projects for the construction and equipping of (1) a courthouse, including related law enforcement facilities, and (2) a fire station, in the County?
GOOCHLAND COUNTYPublic SchoolsShall the County of Goochland, Virginia (the "County") contract a debt and issue its General Obligation Public Improvement Bonds in the maximum amount of Sixty Million Dollars ($60,000,000) to provide funds, together with other available funds, to undertake a program of Capital Improvement Projects for (1) the construction and equipping of a new elementary school, (2) improvements to modernize and upgrade existing middle and high school facilities, and (3) improvements to roads and existing parking lots to improve traffic flow on the roads leading to and from the new elementary school and existing middle and high school facilities, in the County?
LOUDOUN COUNTYPublic Safety ProjectsQUESTION: Shall the County of Loudoun, Virginia contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum principal amount of $7,190,000 to finance, in whole or in part, the design, construction, equipping and other costs of Fire and Rescue Basic Training Facility and Fire and Rescue Station #28 Leesburg South; and the costs of other public safety facilities approved in the County's Capital Improvement Program?
LOUDOUN COUNTYSchool ProjectsQUESTION: Shall the County of Loudoun, Virginia contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum principal amount of $135,026,000 to finance, in whole or in part, the design, construction, equipping and other costs of ES-32 Dulles South Elementary School, LCPS Facility Renewals and Alterations, and Valley Service Center Replacement and Bus Parking; and the costs of other public school facilities as requested by the Loudoun County School Board?
LOUDOUN COUNTYTransportation ProjectsQUESTION: Shall the County of Loudoun, Virginia contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum principal amount of $68,243,000 to finance, in whole or in part, the design, construction and other costs of improvements to Evergreen Mills Road (Reservoir Road to Watson Road), Farmwell Road Intersection Improvements, a roundabout at Route 9 and Route 287, Shellhorn Road (Loudoun County Parkway to Dulles Airport Property), Shellhorn Road (Dulles Airport Property to Moran Road), and Waxpool Road/Loudoun County Parkway Intersection Improvements; and the costs of other public road and transportation projects approved in the County's Capital Improvement Program?
MATHEWS COUNTYMonument RelocationShall the Mathews County Board of Supervisors relocate the Soldier's & Sailor's Monument located at the comer of Court and Church Streets on the Historic Court Green?
MIDDLESEX COUNTYAdvisory ReferendumShould the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors remove the Civil War Monument from the Historic Courthouse grounds located at 865 General Puller Highway, Saluda Virginia 23149?
NOTTOWAY COUNTYRelocation of Confederate War MemorialShould the County of Nottoway remove and relocate the 1893 Confederate War Memorial that sits directly in front of the Courthouse?
PITTSYLVANIA COUNTYSales TaxShould Pittsylvania County be authorized to levy a general sales tax at a rate not to exceed one percent (1%), provided the revenue from the sales tax be used solely for capital projects for the construction or renovation of schools in Pittsylvania County and that the sales tax shall expire by September 30, 2051?
RICHMOND CITYCasino GamingShall casino gaming be permitted at a casino gaming establishment in the City of Richmond, Virginia, at 2001 Walmsley Boulevard and 4700 Trenton Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23234 as may be approved by the Virginia Lottery Board?
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTYPARKS AND RECREATIONQUESTION 4: Shall the County of Spotsylvania, Virginia (the "County") contract a debt and issue its General Obligation Public Improvement Bonds in the maximum amount of Fifty-Eight Million Dollars ($58,000,000) to provide funds, together with other available funds from the County or other sources, if any, to undertake a project for recreation purposes in the County, being the construction and equipping of an indoor swimming and fitness facility to include an Olympic-sized competition swimming pool, a warm-up/therapy pool, fitness and wellness facilities, and related facilities including locker rooms, food and beverage areas and storage, and related incidental improvements such as parking lots, lighting and landscaping?
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTYPUBLIC SAFETYQUESTION 3: Shall the County of Spotsylvania, Virginia (the "County") contract a debt and issue its General Obligation Public Improvement Bonds in the maximum amount of Thirty-Two Million One Hundred Sixty Two Thousand Four Hundred Seventy-Four Dollars ($32,162,474) to provide funds, together with other available funds, to undertake a program of Capital Improvement Projects for public safety purposes, including without limitation (1) the construction and equipping of (a) a fire training and logistics center, including classrooms, office and storage space and related facilities, (b) a replacement fire/rescue station in the area of Partlow and Wallers Roads, and (c) a new fire/rescue station in the area of Massaponax Church Road and Route 1; and (2) replacements of fire and EMS equipment, including new fire trucks and ambulances?
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTYPUBLIC SCHOOLSQUESTION 1: Shall the County of Spotsylvania, Virginia (the "County") contract a debt and issue its General Obligation Public Improvement Bonds in the maximum amount of Two Hundred Six Million Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars ($206,800,000) to provide funds, together with other available funds, to undertake a program of Capital Improvement Projects for the Spotsylvania County Public Schools, including without limitation (1) the acquisition of real property for future public school sites, construction and equipping of new public schools and additions to existing public schools; (2) public school capital maintenance purposes, including HVAC and roof replacements, asphalt/sidewalk construction and replacement, and other capital maintenance projects; (3) school transportation purposes including acquisition of new and replacement school buses; (4) school technology purposes including upgrades to and replacements of existing equipment; and (5) acquisition, construction and equipping or rehabilitation of such other capital school assets as may be required to address the actual educational needs of the residents of the County?
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTYTRANSPORTATIONQUESTION 2: Shall the County of Spotsylvania, Virginia (the "County") contract a debt and issue its General Obligation Public Improvement Bonds in the maximum amount of One Hundred One Million Seven Hundred Forty-Two Thousand Five Hundred Nine Dollars ($101,742,509) to provide funds, together with other available funds, to undertake a program of Capital Improvement Projects for transportation purposes, including without limitation (1) improvements to certain on-ramps to and intersections of Route 1 near and around the Veterans Administration Clinic; (2) extension and improvements to Germanna Point Drive to provide an alternate travel route for traffic; (3) widening of portions of Route 2 and Route 17 to four lanes; (4) widening of a portion of Harrison Road to include a shared-use path and a pedestrian sidewalk; (5) acquisition, design and construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Old Plank Road and Andora Drive; (6) acquisition, design and construction of improvements to the County's rural roads, including intersection improvements, construction of shoulders to rural roads, and paving of unpaved public roads; and (7) funding of the County's share of other pedestrian, bicycle and shared-use paths and "Safe Routes to School" sidewalk projects so that the County may receive matching funds under the Federal aid highway program known as the Transportation Alternatives Program, or any substantially similar or replacement federal or state highway financing program?
VIRGINIA BEACH CITYBond ReferendumShall the City of Virginia Beach issue general obligation bonds in the maximum amount of $567,500,000 pursuant to the City Charter and the Public Finance Act to fund the design and construction of flood mitigation measures as part of a comprehensive flood protection program that includes the following Phase 1 projects: Chubb Lake / Lake Bradford Outfall, Church Point/Thoroughgood Drainage Improvements, Central Resort District - 24th Street Culvert, Central Resort District Drainage Improvements, Eastern Shore Drive - Elevate Lynnhaven Drive, Eastern Shore Drive - Phase 1, Section 1F Improvements, Eastern Shore Drive - Phase 1, Section 1G Improvements, Eastern Shore Drive - Poinciana Pump Station, First Colonial Road & Oceana Boulevard Drainage Improvements, Princess Anne Plaza Golf Course Conversion, Princess Anne Plaza North London Bridge Creek Tide Gate, Barriers, and Pump Station, Pungo Ferry Road Improvements, Sandbridge/New Bridge Intersection Improvements, Seatack Neighborhood Drainage Improvements, Stormwater Green Infrastructure, The Lakes - Flood Barriers, The Lakes - Holland Road Gate, West Neck Creek Bridge Replacement, Windsor Woods - Thalia Creek/Lake Trashmore Improvements, Windsor Woods Flood Barriers, and Windsor Woods Pump Station?