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AGO 1956 No. 191 >  January 25, 1956
HEALTH OFFICERS - COMPENSATION - AUTHORITY OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO FIX - CHANGE IN COMPENSATION - EFFECTIVE DATE
HEALTH OFFICERS, COMPENSATION, AUTHORITY OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO FIX, CHANGE IN COMPENSATION, EFFECTIVE DATE A board of county commissioners has the power and authority to fix the compensation of the county health officer.  Any change made in the county health officer's remuneration shall only become effective at the commencement of his next term of office.
AGO 1954 No. 230 >  March 26, 1954
MUNICIPAL CONSOLIDATION - EFFECTIVE DATE - NECESSITY FOR OFFICERS BETWEEN CONSOLIDATION ELECTION AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS - EFFECT ON APPOINTIVE OFFICERS OF OLD TOWNS
MUNICIPAL CONSOLIDATION ‑- EFFECTIVE DATE ‑- NECESSITY FOR OFFICERS BETWEEN CONSOLIDATION ELECTION AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS ‑- EFFECT ON APPOINTIVE OFFICERS OF OLD TOWNS 1.  Consolidation of towns under RCW 35.10 is effective when result of election of officers for new town is entered in journals of old towns. 2.  No officers are required for the new town in the interim between the consolidation and officer elections; the only functions being those involving the elections, as detailed in chapter 35.10 RCW. 3.  Appointive officers of the old towns continue to serve as such until the consolidation is effective.
AGO 1952 No. 302 >  May 12, 1952
MERIT SYSTEM - STATE EMPLOYEES - EFFECTIVE DATE - DIVISION OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES
MERIT SYSTEM ‑- STATE EMPLOYEES ‑- EFFECTIVE DATE ‑- DIVISION OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES Personnel working in the various institutions under the Division of Children and Youth Services have one year in which to meet the requirements of their respective positions after those requirements are established by the state personnel board.
AGO 1950 No. 396 >  December 1, 1950
COUNCIL-MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT - EFFECTIVE DATE - APPOINTMENT OF MANAGER - INCUMBENT MAYOR'S TERM - EMERGENCY ORDINANCE FOR MANAGER'S SALARY - EXECUTIVE MEETING - PETITION FOR ABANDONMENT
COUNCIL-MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT ‑- EFFECTIVE DATE ‑- APPOINTMENT OF MANAGER ‑- INCUMBENT MAYOR'S TERM ‑- EMERGENCY ORDINANCE FOR MANAGER'S SALARY ‑- EXECUTIVE MEETINGS ‑- PETITION FOR... Council-manager form effective when new councilmen take office; incumbent mayor holds office only until appointment of mayor under new plan‑- temporary manager may be appointed‑-emergency budget ordinance proper for payment of manager's salary‑-minutes of executive session need not be public‑-petitions for abandonment of plan governed by law regulating petitions for adopting it‑-city manager authorized to appoint library and park board members.
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