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AGO Opinions with Topic: FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
AGO 1967 No. 40 >  December 5, 1967
FIREMEN - PENSIONS - FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT - TORT LIABILITY OF FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT FOR INJURY TO VOLUNTEER FIREMAN
FIREMEN - PENSIONS - FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT - TORT LIABILITY OF FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT FOR INJURY TO VOLUNTEER FIREMAN Where a member of the volunteer fire department of a fire protection district is injured in the performance of his duties as a fireman in consequence of tortious conduct on the part of the district, including district officials or employees, the fact that his disability is also compensable under the provisions of chapter 41.24 RCW, relating to the volunteer firemen's relief and pension system, does not constitute a defense to liability on the part of the fire protection district.
AGO 1958 No. 174 >  March 28, 1958
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS - FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT - AUTHORITY OF TOWNSHIP TO CONTRIBUTE - TOWNSHIPS - CONTRIBUTION OF FUNDS TO FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ‑- FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ‑- AUTHORITY OF TOWNSHIP TO CONTRIBUTE -- TOWNSHIPS ‑- CONTRIBUTION OF FUNDS TO FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT Townships may not appropriate funds to fire protection districts although the boundaries of the district and the township coincide.
AGO 1954 No. 238 >  April 14, 1954
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT - COUPON WARRANTS - DISTRICT FUND IN WHICH PROCEEDS OF SUCH WARRANTS SHOULD BE PLACED
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ‑- COUPON WARRANTS ‑- DISTRICT FUND IN WHICH PROCEEDS OF SUCH WARRANTS SHOULD BE PLACED Coupon warrants may be issued for any general fire protection district purpose.  The fund in which the proceeds of such warrants should be placed is determined by the purpose for which they are issued.
AGO 1951 No. 457 >  February 26, 1951
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT - AREA OF ANNEXED TO TOWN OF FOURTH CLASS - REMOVAL FROM DISTRICT
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ‑- AREA OF ANNEXED TO TOWN OF FOURTH CLASS ‑- REMOVAL FROM DISTRICT
Where a town of the fourth class, the territory of which is not included within a fire protection district, annexes territory which is a part of such fire protection district, the annexed area is thereby removed from the fire protection district.
AGO 1951 No. 428 >  January 15, 1951
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT - LEVY IN EXCESS OF FOUR MILLS
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ‑- LEVY IN EXCESS OF FOUR MILLS A Fire Protection District may not, even when so authorized by a vote of its electors, levy a property tax at a rate in excess of four mills.
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