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AGO 1961 No. 71 >  October 11, 1961
CITIES AND TOWNS - FIRST CLASS - LIABILITY INSURANCE - AUTHORITY TO PURCHASE
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- FIRST CLASS ‑- LIABILITY INSURANCE ‑- AUTHORITY TO PURCHASE (1) A city of the first class, in the absence of any restrictive provision of its own charter, has the power under existing state law to enact an ordinance authorizing the purchase of liability insurance out of city funds to protect its employees against liability from false arrest or assault and battery, as a part of their compensation.(2) A city of the first class, in the absence of any restrictive provision in its own charter, has the power under state law to enact an ordinance providing for the use of corporation counsel to defend civil suits brought against its officers and employees in their individual capacity for wrongful arrest or assault and battery under certain specified conditions.
AGO 1961 No. 82 >  December 7, 1961
CITIES AND TOWNS - FIRST CLASS - POLICE OFFICERS - PENSION RIGHTS
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- FIRST CLASS ‑- POLICE OFFICERS ‑- PENSION RIGHTS Where members of the police force of a first class city are paid a basic salary by virtue of the position held, plus an amount based upon longevity, such longevity pay is not to be considered in establishing the amount of pensions to be paid upon retirement under the provisions of § 1, chapter 191, Laws of 1961.
AGO 1962 No. 105 >  March 29, 1962
DISTRICTS - SCHOOLS - FIRST CLASS - BOARD OF DIRECTORS - AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT TRANSMITTER FOR EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- FIRST CLASS ‑- BOARD OF DIRECTORS ‑- AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT TRANSMITTER FOR EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION A school district of the first class has the power to apply to the federal communications commission for a license to construct a television transmitter and to construct said transmitter on land within the district for educational purposes.
AGO 1959 No. 37 >  May 19, 1959
CITIES AND TOWNS - FIRST CLASS - AUTHORITY TO ANNEX CONTIGUOUS TERRITORY IN ANOTHER COUNTY
CITIES AND TOWNS - FIRST CLASS - AUTHORITY TO ANNEX CONTIGUOUS TERRITORY IN ANOTHER COUNTY A city of the first class lying wholly within one county can annex contiguous territory in another county.
AGO 1955 No. 70 >  May 9, 1955
CITIES - FIRST CLASS - POLICE PENSION
Rate of payment for policeman seeking credit for time spend in armed services to cover pension requirements. Policemen seeking credit for time spent in service toward retirement must pay at the rate set forth and effective as of date of payment.
AGO 1954 No. 355 >  December 6, 1954
CITIES AND TOWNS - FIRST CLASS - HEALTH AND WELFARE PLAN
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- FIRST CLASS ‑- HEALTH AND WELFARE PLAN A city of the first class may provide health and welfare for its employees if the city charter so provides.  Health and welfare benefits given to elective officials during their present term of office constitute additional compensation and would violate Article XI, § 8 of the Washington Constitution.
AGO 1953 No. 83 >  July 10, 1953
SCHOOL DISTRICTS - FIRST CLASS - AUTHORITY OF DIRECTORS TO SELL PROPERTY TO STATE FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES WHERE VALUE EXCEEDS $20,000.00 - NECESSITY FOR VOTE OF ELECTORS
SCHOOL DISTRICTS ‑- FIRST CLASS ‑- AUTHORITY OF DIRECTORS TO SELL PROPERTY TO STATE FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES WHERE VALUE EXCEEDS $20,000.00 ‑- NECESSITY FOR VOTE OF ELECTORS Where property of a first class school district is required for state highway purposes, the directors of the district may mutually agree with the state as to the selling price and may proceed to make the sale on that basis without submitting the question of the sale to the voters of the district even though the value of the property exceeds $20,000.00.
AGLO 1974 No. 74 >  July 30, 1974
CITIES AND TOWNS - FIRST CLASS - LEGISLATURE
POWER OF FIRST CLASS CITIES TO PERFORM VARIOUS HUMAN RESOURCE FUNCTIONS Subject to constitutional or stautory limitations, cities of the first class may, by appropriate action of their own legislative authorities, engage in certain "human resource functions" such as would be provided for by Substitute House Bill No. 1455.
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