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AGO 1963 No. 21 >  May 7, 1963
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - CIVIL DEFENSE AND HEALTH OFFICES - LOCATION
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- CIVIL DEFENSE AND HEALTH OFFICES ‑- LOCATION The civil defense office and the health office of Lincoln county may be located at a place other than the county seat.
AGO 1987 No. 24 >  November 23, 1987
STATE - TEMPORARY LOCATION - BRANCH OFFICES - PRINCIPAL OFFICES - LOCATION - STATE AGENCIES - BOUNDARIES
TEMPORARY LOCATION The seat of government is the city of Olympia as it existed in 1890.  All state executive offices must be located at the seat of government, i.e. , in, within, near, or in close proximity to the city of Olympia as it existed in 1890.   The agency head and core administrative functions must be located at the seat of government.  Branch offices may be located away from the seat of government.   An agency head and core administrative functions may be located other than at the seat of government on a temporary basis.
AGO 1966 No. 101 >  August 3, 1966
STATE COLLEGES - ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION - LOCATION - POWER OF THE LEGISLATURE
STATE COLLEGES ‑- ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION ‑- LOCATION ‑- POWER OF THE LEGISLATURE The legislature at its 1967 session may establish a new four-year institution of higher education at such place in this state which, in its judgment, will best serve the educational needs of the state.
AGO 1953 No. 95 >  July 17, 1953
PARKING SPACE, NEW CAPITOL OFFICE BUILDING - LOCATION
PARKING SPACE, NEW CAPITOL OFFICE BUILDING -- LOCATION Statute does not require that parking facility authorized for new building be adjacent thereto; only that result of construction is to make parking space available for the building.
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