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Bob Ferguson

AGO 1958 NO. 186 > Apr 29 1958
SCHOOL DISTRICTS ‑- CLASSES CANNOT BE HELD ON SATURDAYS. SCHOOL DISTRICTS ‑- APPORTIONMENT NOT ALLOWED FOR CLASSES HELD ON SATURDAYS. A school district may not conduct regular classes on Saturdays even on a voluntary basis and qualify for the regular apportionment credit
AGO 1958 NO. 187 > Apr 30 1958
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ‑- WATER DISTRICT ‑- SALE OF SURPLUS TIMBER. CONTRACTS ‑- AUTHORITY OF WATER DISTRICT TO SELL SURPLUS TIMBER BY HIRING A CONTRACT LOGGER. A water district must sell any property which will not be needed pursuant to the provisions of RCW 57.08.015. The power to sell in any
AGO 1958 NO. 188 > May 5 1958
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ‑- DETERMINATION OF NUMBER IN CITIES OF OVER 5,000. The constitutional provision for electing salaried justices of the peace in cities of over 5,000 is self-executing; and the county auditor or the board of county commissioners has the power to determine when a city has
AGO 1958 NO. 189 > May 7 1958
TAXATION ‑- OF FHA PERSONAL PROPERTY ‑- WAIVER OF IMMUNITY BY UNITED STATES. Personal property acquired by the FHA under 12 U.S.C.A. § 1707, et seq., located on real property belonging to the United States under separate title may be assessed for ad valorem personal property taxes
AGO 1958 NO. 190 > May 7 1958
TAXATION ‑- DEDUCTION OF REFUND OF URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OR MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX FROM SUMS CREDITED TO CITIES. CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- DEDUCTION OF SUMS IN MOTOR VEHICLE FUND CREDITED TO CITY WHERE REFUNDED TO URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. LEGISLATURE ‑- AUTHORITY TO SPECIFY MEANS OF REFUNDING
AGO 1958 NO. 191 > May 7 1958
TAXATION ‑- REFUND TO PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OF THE AMOUNT OF MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX PAID ON EACH GALLON OF FUEL USED DOES NOT VIOLATE ARTICLE VII, § 5, OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION. LEGISLATURE ‑- RE‑ENACTMENT [[REENACTMENT]]OF RCW 82.36.275 AUTHORIZING REFUND OF MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX IS NOT
AGO 1958 NO. 192 > May 7 1958
TAXATION ‑- AUTHORITY OF CITY TO EXEMPT TRANSIT SYSTEM FROM BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION TAX. CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- AUTHORITY TO EXEMPT TRANSIT SYSTEM FROM BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION TAX. A city may exempt a city transit system, whether municipally or privately owned, from its business and occupation tax
AGO 1958 NO. 193 > May 8 1958
SCHOOL DISTRICTS ‑- BOUNDARIES ‑- ADJUSTMENT ON MILITARY RESERVATION.MILITARY RESERVATION ‑- AUTHORITY OF COUNTY COMMITTEE TO ADJUST SCHOOL DISTRICT BOUNDARIES ON RESERVATION. OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY COMMITTEE ON SCHOOL DISTRICT ORGANIZATION ‑- AUTHORITY TO CHANGE BOUNDARIES. A county
AGO 1958 NO. 194 > May 12 1958
BANKS AND BANKING ‑- SAVINGS AND LOANS ‑- AUTHORITY OF CREDIT UNION TO INVEST IN OUT OF STATE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. A credit union may not invest its capital in a savings and loan association doing business in the state of Washington but organized under the laws of another state
AGO 1958 NO. 195 > May 15 1958
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ‑- DUTY TO KEEP ALL COUNTY ROADS FREE OF SNOW DURING THE WINTER MONTHS. COUNTY ‑- ROADS ‑- AUTHORITY TO REFUSE TO ACCEPT ROAD ABANDONED BY STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT AND CONVEYED TO COUNTY. HIGHWAYS ‑- DUTY OF COUNTY TO MAINTAIN ROAD ABANDONED BY STATE

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