DISTRICTS - PUBLIC UTILITIES - BONDS - OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
SALE OF PUBLIC UTILITY REVENUE OBLIGATIONS TO DISTRICT EMPLOYEES (1) A public utility district is authorized by RCW 54.24.060 to sell its utility revenue obligations in such manner as the board of commissioners shall deem for the best interest of the district; under this statute, based upon an appropriate finding to this effect, utility revenue obligations may be sold privately as an alternative to a public sale following competitive bidding. (2) A public utility district may, pursuant to an appropriate resolution based on findings of benefit to the district, sell a portion of a particular issue of its revenue obligations to its employees by private sale at a rate of interest less than that offered to nonemployee purchasers so long as the employee purchasers are not officers of the district by, through, or under whose supervision the utility revenue obligations in question may have been issued.
ACTIVE SERVICE - ELECTED OFFICIALS - LEAVE OF ABSENCE - MILITARY - OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES - PUBLIC OFFICERS
Application of military leave statute to elected officials. RCW 38.40.060, which provides fifteen days of military leave for state officers and employees who are subject to military duty, does not apply to elected officials, who are entitled to extended leave for military duty under RCW 73.16.041.
UNIVERSITIES - COLLEGES - OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES - OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT
FIXING SALARIES IN EXECUTIVE SESSION It is not clearly a violation of the Washington Open Public Meetings Act for the board of regents of a state university to consider, and by duly adopted motion fix, the salary of its president in an executive session; the legislature, however, may amend the law in various ways to deal with the matter.
COUNTIES - OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
COUNTIES ‑- OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Payment of premiums on false arrest insurance for the sheriff and his deputies is for individual benefit and is not a legitimate county expense.
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES - STATE - SALARIES - PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS - BLANKET DEDUCTIONS FOR THE PAYMENT OF INSURANCE PREMIUMS
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ‑- STATE ‑- SALARIES ‑- PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS ‑- BLANKET DEDUCTIONS FOR THE PAYMENT OF INSURANCE PREMIUMS A payroll deduction authorization submitted by a state officer or employee for the payment of accident and casualty insurance premiums would not be in compliance with RCW 41.04.230(7) if the authorization were indefinite as to the amount to be deducted or not capable of being determined with reference to a set schedule.