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Located on Virginia's Eastern Shore, the County traces its roots back to 1603 when an English expedition landed on the Eastern Shore. In 1634, the Accomac Shire was established as one of the original eight shires of Virginia. The name was changed to Northampton County in 1642 until the Eastern Shore was split into two counties in 1663. The northern section assumed the original Accomac name with the southern area keeping Northampton as its name. The spelling of the County's name was changed in 1942...
Buckingham County was established on May 1st, 1761 from the southeastern portion of Albemarle County lying south of the James River. It was probably named for its namesake, Buckinghamshire, in England. The County is established under Title 15.2 of the Code of Virginia, 1950 and as amended and is subject to the Public Finance Act in Title 15.2 Chapter 26.
Fairfax was formed in 1742 from the northern part of Prince William County. It was named for Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, proprietor of the Northern Neck. The County is authorized to issue debt pursuant to the Public Finance Act and the Constitution of Virginia, Article VII, Section 10.
The County was formed in 1752 by the General Assembly through an Act that divided Lunenburg into two counties. Later in 1766, Halifax was divided into two counties through an Act of the General Assembly. The County is established under Title 15.2 of the Code of Virginia, 1950 and as amended and is subject to the Public Finance Act in Title 15.2 Chapter 26.
Hanover was established by an act of the Virginia General Assembly in 1720 and was originally part of New Kent County. Hanover is more than 470 square miles in area and is located in the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission (the PDC). The County is established under Title 15.2 of the Code of Virginia, 1950 as amended and has the legal authority to issue debt subject to the Public Finance Act in Title 15.2 Chapter 26.
The Sanitary District was created in October 2009 through the Frederick County Circuit Court pursuant to the Code of Virginia. A referendum passed on November 2, 2010, which allowed Frederick County, on behalf of the Sanitary District, to issue up to $10,000,000 to finance the reconstruction of the Dam spillway.
Nelson County was formed in 1807 from Amherst County, and named in the honor of Thomas Nelson Jr., the third governor of Virginia. The County has a total of 471 square miles. It is bordered on the east by the James River and on the west by the Blue Ridge Mountains. The County is subject to the Public Finance Act in Title 15.2 Chapter 26 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended.
The County is located in the south-central Piedmont plateau region. The County was established in 1767 and assumed its present boundaries in 1777 from Halifax County. The County is established under Title 15.2 of the Code of Virginia, 1950 and as amended and is subject to the Public Finance Act in Title 15.2 Chapter 26.
Shenandoah County was established in 1772, it was originally named Dunmore County for Virginia Governor, Lord Dunmore. The County was renamed Shenandoah in 1778, named for the Senedos Indian tribe. The County is subject to the Public Finance Act in Title 15.2 Chapter 26 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended.
Stafford was founded in 1664 and was named for Staffordshire, England. It is located 40 miles south of Washington D.C. and 55 miles north of Richmond. The County encompasses 277 square miles and has an estimated population of 137,000. The County is established under Title 15.2 of the Code of Virginia, 1950 and as amended and is subject to the Public Finance Act in Title 15.2 Chapter 26.
Warren County is located in the Shenandoah Valley of northwestern Virginia. It is bounded by Frederick and Clarke Counties on the north, Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties on the east, Page County to the south, and by Shenandoah County to the west. The County was founded in 1836 and was formed from parts of Frederick and Shenandoah Counties. Warren is subject to the Public Finance Act in Title 15.2 Chapter 26 of the Code of Virginia, 1950 and as amended.
Home to historic Yorktown, the County is one of the oldest counties in the US. It was formed in 1634 as one of the eight original shires of the Virginia Colony.
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