The Firehouse Lawyer Newsletter

Results for newsletters with the topic “Local Improvement Districts

The fire service should use the law to its advantage: Today we outline the formation of the local improvement district, an under-utilized source of funds for fire districts and RFAs; and we also consider the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. 14-0220162February2016FINAL.pdf
Today we consider when probationary employees may be entitled to a Loudermill conference prior to being terminated, when the health care information of employees may be withheld by an employer, and the propriety of forming an LID for purposes of funding a CARES Program; we also give a plug for our upcoming Municipal Roundtable! 14-0320163March2016.pdf
Celebrate your independence by reading our latest issue, where we consider a new case involving five-day letters under the Public Records Act; the retainage requirements for public works contracts; and where we inform you about our new office space at South King Fire and Rescue! 15-0620176June2017FINAL.pdf
For Labor Day weekend 2017, we consider some changes to the medical records laws in Washington State, and a case involving what must be proven to show that a local improvement district assessment should be invalidated. 15-0820178August2017FINAL.pdf
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