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AGO 1962 No. 98 >  February 23, 1962
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION - AUTHORITY TO CONVEY PARK PROPERTY TO MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION ‑- AUTHORITY TO CONVEY PARK PROPERTY TO MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS The state parks and recreation commission has the authority to convey park property to a municipal corporation or political subdivision of this state by following the procedure set forth in RCW 39.33.010 which provides for the intergovernmental disposition of property.
AGO 1962 No. 121 >  April 23, 1962
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION - ELECTION OR APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSION MEMBER TO ANY OTHER STATE, COUNTY OR MUNICIPAL OFFICE
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION ‑- ELECTION OR APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSION MEMBER TO ANY OTHER STATE, COUNTY OR MUNICIPAL OFFICE The board of trustees of a community college district may not legally include what is commonly referred to as an "agency shop" clause in a negotiated agreement entered into between such board and the faculty employees of the district under the provisions of chapter 28B.52 RCW for the reason that such a clause is prohibited by RCW 28B.52.070.
AGO 1964 No. 108 >  June 17, 1964
PARKS - CITIES AND TOWNS - COUNTIES - STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION - AUTHORITY TO ACQUIRE AND OPERATE PUBLIC PARKS - JOINTLY OR INDIVIDUALLY WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF ANY MUNICIPALITY
PARKS ‑- CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- COUNTIES ‑- STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION ‑- AUTHORITY TO ACQUIRE AND OPERATE PUBLIC PARKS ‑- JOINTLY OR INDIVIDUALLY WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF ANY MUNICIPALITY (1) A city or town may acquire and operate a public park located within the corporate limits of another city. (2) Two or more municipalities coming within the provisions of RCW 67.20.010 may jointly own or operate a public park located within the boundaries of one of the municipalities concerned. (3) A county may acquire and operate a park within a city. (4) A city or town may operate a park within the boundaries of a park and recreation district. (5) State parks and recreation commission may obtain land for park purposes located within a city or town without any special legislative authority.
AGO 1965 No. 35 >  September 2, 1965
OFFICERS AND OFFICES - STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION - AUTHORITY TO PERMIT USE OF PARK LANDS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES
OFFICERS AND OFFICES ‑- STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION ‑- AUTHORITY TO PERMIT USE OF PARK LANDS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES As a general rule the state parks and recreation commission has the authority, in the exercise of its discretion, to permit the construction or installation of television transmitters, radio transmitters, power lines, microwave relay stations and fire lookout stations in state parks; however, each transaction would have to be examined to determine whether a specific piece of park land could be used for a particular nonpark purpose.
AGO 1949 No. 175 >  December 8, 1949
STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION - CONTRACTS
STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION -- CONTRACTS Contracts of the Parks and Recreation Commission are binding upon their successors.
AGO 1950 No. 307 >  July 21, 1950
STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION - AUTHORITY TO ACCEPT AND IMPROVE PROPERTY WITHIN CITY
STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION ‑- AUTHORITY TO ACCEPT AND IMPROVE PROPERTY WITHIN CITY
The State Parks and Recreation Commission does not have jurisdiction to accept or improve property within the limits of an incorporated city.
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