1 edition of Handbook for city officials of Washington optional municipal code cities. found in the catalog.
Handbook for city officials of Washington optional municipal code cities.
by Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington in cooperation with Association of Washington Cities in Seattle, Wash. (4719 Brooklyn Ave., N.E., Seattle 98105)
Written in English
|Series||Report / Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington ;, no. 10, Report (Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington) ;, no. 10.|
|Contributions||Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington., Association of Washington Cities.|
|LC Classifications||KFW431 .H36 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||85622137|
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Preface In order to meet the needs of officials in Option al Municipal Code cities and assist them in the performance of their responsibilities, this Code City Handbook has been prepared, updating Report No.
37, published in March File Size: KB. Optional municipal code The optional municipal code, Title 35A RCW, was devised in as an alternative to the existing statutory system of municipal government in Washington. The basic objective of the code was to increase the abilities of cities to cope with complex urban problems by providing broad statutory home rule authority in matters ofFile Size: KB.
of officials in Optional Municipal Code cities and assist them in the needs the meet to In order performance of their responsibilities, this Code City Handbook has been prepared, updating Report No. 37, published in March This report has been prepared to provide essential. Under RCW 35A, a city which previously adopted the optional municipal code together with one of the plans of government thereby authorized for noncharter code cities may change to another plan authorized for noncharter code cities any time after one year from the date of becoming a noncharter code city.
- - - - - - - - - - -. CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- ASSESSMENTS ‑- LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS ‑- OPTIONAL MUNICIPAL CODE. A city operating under the optional municipal code (Title 35A RCW), in ordering a local improvement for which there are to be levied and collected special assessments on property specifically benefited thereby, may provide as a part of the ordinance creating the local.
At least as to matters of local concern, however, this general rule does not apply to cities and counties that have adopted charters pursuant to arti sections 4 of the Washington Constitution, respectively, or to cities operating under the Optional Municipal Code, Title 35A RCW.
A city operating under the optional municipal code (Title 35A RCW), in ordering a local improvement for which there are to be levied and collected special assessments on property specifically benefited thereby, may provide as a part of the ordinance creating the local improvement district that the collection of any assessments levied therefor may be deferred until a time previous to the.
Code City Handbook. Provides essential information for code city officials and incites their powers, duties, and alternatives that are available under the applicable forms of municipal government. Published June View/download this publication in Adobe Acrobat (PDF).
MRSC 4th Avenue, Suite Seattle, WA () () Acknowledgements. This publication, City Bidding Book – Washington Stateis designed to assist city officials in determining whether competitive bids are required for purchases or when contracting for public works.
cities and towns ‑- optional municipal code ‑- contracts ‑- public works and improvements ‑- purchases ‑- competative bids (1) A code city is not required to call for competitive bids when contracting for the purchase of supplies, materials and equipment which are not being procured in connection with a public work or improvement project.
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Two copies of code to be kept up-to-date by City Clerk Publication of excerpts from code Custody and distribution of copies of code General penalty § TITLE OF CODE This codification by and for the municipality of Washington shall be designated as the code of Washington and may be so cited.
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Powers vested in legislative bodies of noncharter and charter code cities. 35A Applicability of general law. 35A Nonpolluting power generation by individual — Exemption from regulation — Authorization to contract with utility. 35ACode cities (shorthand for optional municipal code cities, as encoded by Title 35A RCW) are authorized to perform any function not specifically denied them in the state constitution or by state law.
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