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Bob Ferguson

AGO 1962 NO. 107 > Apr 2 1962
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- SECOND CLASS ‑- BOARD OF DIRECTORS ‑- AUTHORITY TO CLOSE SCHOOL FOR REASONS OF ECONOMY. The board of directors of a second class consolidated school district has the authority to close one of its grade schools which is economically unfeasible to operate without submitting
AGO 1962 NO. 108 > Apr 3 1962
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ‑- THIRD CLASS COUNTY ‑- AUTHORITY TO LEASE A PORTION OF COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS TO NONPROFIT RODEO ASSOCIATION. The county commissioners of a third class county have the authority under RCW 36.34.180 to lease a portion of the county fair grounds, for a
AGO 1962 NO. 109 > Apr 4 1962
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS ‑- VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION BY CITY INCLUDED IN DETERMINING TOTAL COST OF PROJECT. In determining whether or not the owners of property subject to at least sixty percent of the cost of a proposed local improvement have protested the improvement, a city must,
AGO 1962 NO. 110 > Apr 5 1962
COUNTIES ‑- LIABILITY ‑- INJURED PRISONERS ‑- INSURANCE. (1) A county may be liable (a) for the cost of hospitalization and care of an injured county jail prisoner depending upon the prisoner's financial status; (b) for damages sustained by a county jail prisoner injured through negligent conduct
AGO 1962 NO. 111 > Apr 11 1962
CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT ‑- MEDICAL SERVICES OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS UNDER §§ 7 AND 5‑- CONTRACT FOR PREPAID MEDICAL CARE LIMITING PURCHASER TO SERVICES OF MEMBERS OF CERTAIN MEDICAL SOCIETY AS EXEMPT UNDER § 17. (1) Section 7 of the consumer protection act does not exempt services performed by
AGO 1962 NO. 112 > Apr 12 1962
INTOXICATING LIQUOR ‑- CONSUMPTION IN UNLICENSED CLUBS. An incorporated nonprofit club must be licensed or the consumption of liquor authorized by banquet permit in order for persons to consume liquor on club premises
AGO 1962 NO. 113 > Apr 13 1962
DISTRICTS ‑- FIRE PROTECTION ‑- ANNEXATION OF A PORTION THEREOF ‑- OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS. Where a portion of a fire protection district is annexed to a city or town, the property located in the area annexed remains subject to tax levies for payment of outstanding indebtedness (bonded or
AGO 1962 NO. 114 > Apr 16 1962
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS ‑- AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO. Subject to certain qualifications, cities of the first, second and third classes have the authority to enter into collective bargaining agreements concerning wages, hours and working conditions with duly authorized
AGO 1962 NO. 115 > Apr 17 1962
PLANNING COMMISSION ‑- REGIONAL ‑- EMPLOYEES ‑- AGENCY OF THE PARTICIPATING MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. (1) A regional planning commission organized under RCW 35.63.070 is an agency of the participating municipal corporation and not a separate municipal corporation. (2) Employees of such a commission
AGO 1962 NO. 116 > Apr 18 1962
COURTS ‑- POLICE ‑- VIOLATION OF STATE MOTOR VEHICLE CODE ‑- JURY TRIAL. A person charged with a criminal violation of the state motor vehicle code before a police court judge who is not also a justice of the peace in a second class city does not have a constitutional right to a trial by jury in

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