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AGO Opinions with Topic: THIRD CLASS CITIES
AGO 1956 No. 283 >  June 11, 1956
CITIES AND TOWNS - THIRD CLASS CITIES - GARBAGE - GARBAGE CONTRACTS - COMPETITIVE BIDDING - PURCHASES OF SERVICES
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- THIRD CLASS CITIES ‑- GARBAGE ‑- GARBAGE CONTRACTS ‑- COMPETITIVE BIDDING ‑- PURCHASES OF SERVICES Third class cities requiring garbage disposal service may not contract with private contractor for collection, whereby the charges are payable to the city and the private contractor paid 90% of monthly receipts, without calling for annual competitive bids and awarding contract to lowest responsible bidder under RCW 35.23.352.
AGO 1953 No. 82 >  July 9, 1953
CITY ATTORNEY - THIRD CLASS CITIES - LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR MILITARY SERVICE - STATUS OF SUCCESSOR
CITY ATTORNEY ‑- THIRD CLASS CITIES ‑- LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR MILITARY SERVICE ‑- STATUS OF SUCCESSOR Where the duly elected city attorney of a third class city is called into military service and granted a leave of absence his office is not vacant.  The person appointed acting city attorney holds office at the pleasure of the mayor.
AGO 1952 No. 401 >  September 9, 1952
THIRD CLASS CITIES - WHETHER A PROPOSED LABOR AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ANACORTES AND LOCAL 347 OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES COMPLIES WITH THE CONSTITUTION AND LAWS OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
THIRD CLASS CITIES ‑- WHETHER A PROPOSED LABOR AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ANACORTES AND LOCAL 347 OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES COMPLIES WITH THE CONSTITUTION Subject to the exceptions noted in the body of the opinion, the proposed labor agreement is in compliance with the Constitution and laws of the State of Washington.
AGO 1952 No. 327 >  June 17, 1952
THIRD CLASS CITIES - MAY CITY COUNCIL SUBMIT TO VOTERS QUESTION OF WHETHER WATER SUPPLY SHOULD BE TREATED WITH FLUORINE, AND IF SO, IS RESULT BINDING ON CITY COUNCIL?
THIRD CLASS CITIES ‑- MAY CITY COUNCIL SUBMIT TO VOTERS QUESTION OF WHETHER WATER SUPPLY SHOULD BE TREATED WITH FLUORINE, AND IF SO, IS RESULT BINDING ON CITY COUNCIL? The city council of third class city may submit to the voters the question of whether the water supply may be treated with fluorine, but, the resulting answer of the people is to be deemed as merely advisory and not binding on the city council or the mayor.
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