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AGO Opinions with Topic: EFFECT ON APPOINTIVE OFFICERS OF OLD TOWNS
AGO 1954 No. 230 >  March 26, 1954
MUNICIPAL CONSOLIDATION - EFFECTIVE DATE - NECESSITY FOR OFFICERS BETWEEN CONSOLIDATION ELECTION AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS - EFFECT ON APPOINTIVE OFFICERS OF OLD TOWNS
MUNICIPAL CONSOLIDATION ‑- EFFECTIVE DATE ‑- NECESSITY FOR OFFICERS BETWEEN CONSOLIDATION ELECTION AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS ‑- EFFECT ON APPOINTIVE OFFICERS OF OLD TOWNS 1.  Consolidation of towns under RCW 35.10 is effective when result of election of officers for new town is entered in journals of old towns. 2.  No officers are required for the new town in the interim between the consolidation and officer elections; the only functions being those involving the elections, as detailed in chapter 35.10 RCW. 3.  Appointive officers of the old towns continue to serve as such until the consolidation is effective.
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