The Firehouse Lawyer Newsletter

Results for newsletters with the topic “Property Taxes” and the subtopic “Initiative 747 Struck Down

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This article talks about some recent conferences, one of which addressed the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), and a description of a Washington Supreme Court case striking down Initiative 747, a.k.a. the 1% property tax revenue growth limitation. 07-11200711v07n11nov2007.pdf
This article addresses recent legislation pertaining to "substantially career" fire departments; various administrative code provisions related to job classifications as they affect L&I rates for employers; I-747 being stayed by our Supreme Court; and some age discrimination issues. 06-0920069v06n09sep2006.pdf
The Firehouse Lawyer pays attention to property-tax issues. Today we talk about how the Washington Supreme Court struck down Initiative 747, which, if upheld, would mean that the old 6% annual limit on revenue growth would be back in effect. 06-6E20066v06n6Ejun2006.pdf
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