OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTIES - SALARIES - FRINGE BENEFITS - PAYMENT OF MID-TERM SALARY INCREASES TO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTIES ‑- SALARIES ‑- FRINGE BENEFITS ‑- PAYMENT OF MID-TERM SALARY INCREASES TO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS The members of a board of county commissioners, during the remainder of the terms of office they were serving on the effective date of the salary increases granted by the legislature in chapter 88, Laws of 1973, 1st Ex. Sess., may receive those legislatively granted increases; they may not, however, constitutionally receive mid-term increases in such health care benefits as they have provided for themselves and other county officers and employees under the provisions of RCW 41.04.180.
LABOR - CONTRACTS - PUBLIC WORKS - STANDARDS FOR DETERMINING WAGE - FRINGE BENEFITS
LABOR ‑- CONTRACTS ‑- PUBLIC WORKS ‑- STANDARDS FOR DETERMINING WAGE ‑- FRINGE BENEFITS The requirement of chapter 39.12 RCW that the "prevailing rate of wage" be paid to laborers, workmen or mechanics upon all public works of the state, or any county, municipality, or political subdivision, does not necessitate that such persons employed subject to its provisions be provided with actual "bona fide fringe benefit programs" so long as wages are paid in an amount which includes the prevailing costs of such programs as are identified in RCW 39.12.010.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS - SALARIES - PAYMENT OF ONE HALF BY STATE - FRINGE BENEFITS
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS - SALARIES - PAYMENT OF ONE HALF BY STATE - FRINGE BENEFITS The requirement in RCW 36.17.020, as amended by § 1, chapter 226, Laws of 1969, Ex. Sess., that "one half the salary of each prosecuting attorney shall be paid by the state" does not impose an obligation upon the state to make one half of the employer's required payments for state retirement and social security coverage for such prosecuting attorneys as are participating in these retirement programs.