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Accession Number 42629
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Governor Mark R. Warner, Virginia Liaison Office, Records, 2002-2005, Accession 42629, State Records Collection, Library of Virginia
Office of the Governor, Patrick Henry Building, 1111 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia, transferred on 7 April 2006
The General Assembly established the Virginia Liaison Office in 1978 (Chapter 505, 1978 Acts) to be an institutional link between state and federal government as well as Virginia and other states. This office is under the jurisdiction of the Virginia Office of the Governor.
The Virginia Liaison Office promotes Virginia's interests with the federal government. Staff included Jan B. Faircloth, Director; Eileen Filler-Corn, Deputy Director; Patrice Taylor, Special Assistant for Research; and Josh Cohn, Special Assistant.
The Governor Mark R. Warner, Virginia Liaison Office, Records are housed in 2 boxes. The collection consists of correspondence, miscellaneous records, on-site visits/conferences and reports.
The correspondence consists of constituent correspondence and the National Governors' Association mailed to the Virginia Liaison Office. The constituent correspondence were forwarded to Constituent Services office and are arranged in reverse chronological order. The National Governors' Association letters are arranged in chronological order and contain primarily congratulatory letters and invitations.
Other records include a request for the Virginia Liaison Office to aid Hampton Roads in funding match money for tunnel and fire safety equipment (November 2005); notes and handouts from the Virginia Commission on Military Bases (VCOMB) visit to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard (December 2004); notes and handouts from the Accelerating Innovation Conference (October 2005) and copies of Federal Mandate Reports from 2002 to 2005.
Box 1Folder 1Bob Dole to Governor Warner (re: World War II Memorial), April 2002
Box 1Folder 1Clinton O. Lucas, Jr., Mayor of Shenandoah, to Governor Warner (re: HR 2941/Brownfields Redevelopment Enhancement Act of 2001), July 2002
Box 1Folder 1Governor Mike Johanns to Jan Faircloth (re: drought), August 2002
Box 1Folder 1Letters (re: J.Davis/HR 1213 Greenwood Interstate Waste Bill), May-August 2002
Box 1Folder 1Rep. Wally Herger to Governor Warner (re: Unemployment Compensation), August 2002
Box 1Folder 1Governor Warner to President George W. Bush (re: Request to the President to declare a major disaster for the Commonwealth of Virginia as a result of flash flooding from the storms in Southwestern Virginia on November 18th and 19th, 2003), November 26, 2003
Box 1Folder 1Maryland Transit Administration letter to MARC Train Service Passengers (re: passenger awareness following the Madrid train bombings), March 2004
Box 1Folder 1Bruce F. Jamerson to Jan Faircloth (re: HJR 118), 27 May 2004
Box 1Folder 1Jan Faircloth to Tommy G. Thompson (re: HJR 118), 8 June 2004
Box 1Folder 1Letters and information on Jan Faircloth's involvement with Agriculture and Forestry Action Team under Michael J. Schewel, April-June 2004
Box 1Folder 22005
Box 1Folder 32004
Box 1Folder 42003
Box 1Folder 52002-2004
Box 1Folder 62005
Box 1Folder 7Request from Congressman Bobby Scott, through the Virginia Liaison Office, for the Commonwealth of Virginia to aid Hampton Roads in funding "match" money to receive grants through the Federal Transportation Bill for tunnel and fire safety equipment (November 2005)
Box 1Folder 8Summary of S346 and HR 1829 Re: Federal Prison Industries Competition in Contracting Act of 2003. A letter from Gary P. Held (Director of Change Management for Delco Remy International) to Secretary Michael Schewel Re: Federal Prison Industries Competition in Contracting Act of 2003 (November 2003)
Box 2Folder 1Notes and handouts from the Virginia Commission on Military Bases (VCOMB) visit to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard (December 2004)
Box 2Folder 2Notes and handouts from the Accelerating Innovation Conference (October 2005)
Box 2Folder 3Federal Mandate Report, 2002-2005