DRAINAGE DISTRICTS - POWERS OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS - POWER TO CONTRACT - POWER TO DISPOSE OF DISTRICT PROPERTY FOR OTHER PUBLIC USE
DRAINAGE DISTRICTS ‑- DRAINAGE DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS, POWERS OF ‑- POWER TO CONTRACT ‑- POWER TO DISPOSE OF DISTRICT PROPERTY FOR OTHER PUBLIC USE Commissioners of a drainage district organized pursuant to chapter 85.04 RCW have the power to enter into a contract with a sewer district or a city or town which would permit the city or district to drain effluent from its sewage disposal plant into the ditch of the drainage district. The commissioners of such drainage district may so contract without a vote of the people in the district.
WASHINGTON STATE DAIRY PRODUCTS COMMISSION - POWER TO CONTRACT - METHOD OF PAYMENT
WASHINGTON STATE DAIRY PRODUCTS COMMISSION ‑- POWER TO CONTRACT ‑- METHOD OF PAYMENT The Washington State Dairy Products Commission may contract with the American Dairy Association for national programs of advertising, merchandising, research, education and publicity, and make payments under such an agreement on a six-month, rather than twelve‑month, basis, with payments being made during the months of July to December of each year.
PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICTS - LABOR UNIONS - POWER TO CONTRACT - RETROACTIVE PAYMENTS
PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICTS ‑- LABOR UNIONS ‑- POWER TO CONTRACT ‑- RETROACTIVE PAYMENTS P.U.D. Commissioners may approve deferred pay to the anniversary date of a contract (March 1, 1953) for electrical workers who were previously covered by the union contract, although the contract is not signed until six weeks after that date. P.U.D. may approve the deferred pay to the anniversary date of the agreement for office workers not previously covered by the union contract, if said workers were, in fact, the negotiating and contracting party, not bound under a previous separate contract. The existence of a strike in the present situation does not alter the conclusions above.