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AGO Opinions with Topic: AUTHORIZATION BY VOTERS TO USE MONEY IN BUILDING FUND DERIVED FROM SPECIAL LEVY FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES
AGO 1961 No. 59 >  August 30, 1961
DISTRICTS - SCHOOLS - AUTHORIZATION BY VOTERS TO USE MONEY IN BUILDING FUND DERIVED FROM SPECIAL LEVY FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES - VOTE REQUIRED
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- AUTHORIZATION BY VOTERS TO USE MONEY IN BUILDING FUND DERIVED FROM SPECIAL LEVY FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES ‑- VOTE REQUIRED (1) Electors of a school district may authorize, at a special election, the use of monies in the building fund (derived from a special levy but not necessary for immediate expenditure) for general fund purposes. (2) If the school district desires to use the money in the building fund for general fund purposes the matter must be resubmitted to the voters and their approval must be tested by the requirements of the 17th Amendment and RCW 84.52.052.
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