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Frederick County, VA
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Frederick 9-12-1984 as Ch. 15, Art. I, § 1-6, of the 1984 Frederick County Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
In accordance with § 15.1-29.5 of the Code of Virginia, as amended, the qualified voters of the County held a referendum on Tuesday, November 5, 1974, on the question: "Shall the provisions of § 18.2-341 of the Code of Virginia (commonly known as the "Sunday Closing Law") be effective in the County?" The results of this referendum, as certified by the Electoral Board of the County, indicate that such a law is not necessary in the County. As a result of the duly held referendum on the subject of the Sunday Closing Law, the Board of Supervisors deems that the provisions of § 18.2-341 of the Code of Virginia, as amended,[1] shall have no force or effect within the County.
Editor's Note: Section 18.2-341 of the Code of Virginia was repealed by Acts 2004, c. 608.