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The international spotlight will be on the state of Washington this summer as the world's best athletes and performing artists arrive in our state for a unique international festival: the 1990 Goodwill Games.

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Wang, Art
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Wash, Anthony
Washington, George
Watson, Michael G.
Weber, Jay
Weed, Gerald
West, James
Whiting, Don
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Winter, Doyle
Wood, Jeannette
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Young, James L.
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STATE OF WASHINGTON Greetings: The international spotlight will be on the state of Washington this summer as the world's best athletes and performing artists arrive in our state for a unique international festival: the 1990 Goodwill Games. The largest athletic and cultural event planned in North America for the next decade, the Goodwill Games will feature 2,500 athletes from more than 50 countries. Competition will be heldin 21 sports at a number of sites around the state, including S cattle, Tacoma, Spokane, the Tri-Cities, Federal Way, Redmond and Enumclaw. In addition to athletic competition, the Games will feature world-class performances by musicians, singers and dancers from around the globe, and a display of artworks never before seen outside the Soviet Union. Also planned are several international confer- ences and a major trade exhibition to promote U.S. and Washington state exports. We extend a warm welcome to all those who will be visiting our state for the Games and we salute the Seattle Goodwill Games Organizing Committee and all those who have worked so diligently to make this magnificent event a success. Sincerely, BOOTH GARD~ Governor 1990 GOODWILL GAMES RALPHMUNRO Secretary of State TL~;5120887
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1990 WASHINGTON YEARBOOK STATE A GUIDE TO GOVERNMENT IN THE EVERGREEN STATE Editors: Richard Yates Charity Yates Published in cooperation with the Office of the Governor and the Office of the SecretarY of State Washington State Overview .................................................................................. 3 WASHINGTON STATE GOVERNMENT .............................................................. 5 Executive Branch .......................................................................................... 6 Judicial Branch ............................................................................................ 11 Legislative Branch ....................................................................................... 19 State Agencies ............................................................................................ 45 Elections .......................................................................................... ~ ........... 81 State Finances ............................................................................................ 82 State Government Organization .................................................................. 86 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ...................................................................................... 91 Counties .................................................................................................... .. 92 Cities and Towns ....................................................................................... 112 Education .................................................................................................. 137 Special Districts ......................................................................................... 147 U.S. GOVERNMENT IN WASHINGTON STATE .............................................. 163 Congressional Delegation ......................................................................... 164 U.S. Government Directory ....................................................................... 170 Indians of Washington ................................................ ; .............................. 185 THE STATE OF WASHINGTON ....................................................................... 187 History .................................................................................................... ... 198 Media and Information Sources ................................................................ 194 Organizations ............................................................................................ 201 Parks and Museums .................................................................................. 204 Statistics and Economy ............................................................................. 209 Voter Canvass ........................................................................................... 215 Sources .................................................................................................... ......... 216 Name Index .................................................................................................... ... 218 Index .................................................................................................... .............. 222 THE INFORMATION PRESS TI55120888
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390 WASHINGTON STATE YEARBOOK Prloe: $14.95, postage and handing included for prepaid orders dc#~onal copies may be orderd from: The Information Press. PO Box 1422, Eugene, OR 97440-1422 Phone (503) 689-0188 Washington State YearboolcA Guide to Govemmentin the Evergreen State is issued and published by the Information Press which specializes in state relfer~n~ The m~terid contained in this bookie ~e sole responsibility of tf~ editors and publishers ~nd is. to the best of our knowledge, an accurate reflection of Washington ;tare government as of February 1. lS9o. Because of the nature of th~ legisl=t~w process zmd the oont~nu~ gencies, information is subj~:t to change without notice. ;owdght © 1990, The Information Press, All dghts reserved ISBN 0-911927-16-6 ISSN 0736-3850 TI55120889
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OVERVIEW 3 WASHINGTON STATE OVERVIEW Entered the Union ............... November 11, 1889, as the 42rid stat~ NId(name ............................. The Evergreen State ..... Alki, a Chinook Indian word Motto ...................... meaning bye and bye ........................... Olympia Capitol ......................... Land: 66,570 square mites Area ............................. Water: 1,622 square miles Total: 68. 192 square mites R,,,t~ by Area ............ 20th of the 50 states .... ;. = ^~;~" ...... 4,660,700 Populeuon= ]uo= .................................. .... orated ......... 2,373,202 unmcorp ......................... Incorporated ....................................... 2,287,498 Rpani( by Population ............. 191h of the 50 stat~s opulallon Den,,lty ...... 70.0 persons/square mile The state of Washington is located in the north-west comer of ~e conti.~uous forty-eight United States between 49 and 46 N Latitude. It is bounded on the north by Canada, the south by Oregon, the west by the Pacific Ocean, and the east by Idaho. It enjoys a milder dim ate than any other state at the same latitude because of the moderating lnfluanco of the Pacific Ocean. Its climate is divided into two distinct patterns by the Cascade Mountains. The western half is a marine climate, averaging about 40 inches of precipitation, with mild winters and coal summers. The eastern half is dry, averaging 16 inches of precipitation, with warm, dry summers and cool winters. Although primarily divided by the Cascade Range, Washington contains seven distinct geographic re- gions. They are: the PugetBound Basin, awide valley lying between the Cascades and the Olympic Moun- tains and extending south from the Canadian border for 250 miles; the Otympio Peninsula, occupying the far northwest comer of the state; the Wiliapa High- lands, lying south of the Olympic Peninsula; the Cascade Mountain Range, running from north to south and dividing the state; the Okanngan High- lands, lying east o1 the Cascades; the Columbia Basin, a plateau occupying most of central and east- em Washington; and the Blue Mountains, occupying the southeast comer of the state. SYMBOLS OF STATEHOOD Bird ............................................. Willow Goldfinch Colors .......................................... Green and Gotd Dance ............................................. Square Dance Flsh ............................................. Steelhead Trout Flower ............................... Coast Rhododendron Folk Song ............... Roll on Columbia, Roll On by Woodie Guthrle (adopted 1987) Fruit ............................ Apple Gem ............................................. Petrified Wood Grsaa .................... Bluebunch Wheatgmss Shlp ..................... P[e$ident Washinglon Song .... Washington My Home by Helen Davis (adopt~ lS69) Trse~ ..Western Hemlock STATE SEAL In 1889, Charles Talcott, dissatisfied with a state seal design submitted to him by a committee, drew an outerand an innercirole with en ink bottle and a silver dollar. Between the drdes he pdntad *The Seal of the State of Washington, 1889." He then pasted a post- age stamp bearing the bust of George Washington in its center. His design was immediately accepted by the InglslatUre. In 1966, following discovery that more than two dozen different state seal designs were in use, the governor instnJctad the state arts con~mission to work with the secretary of state, the "official keeper of the seal," to develop a suitable seat draft. Seattle graphic designer Richard Nelms was commissioned to create a new Insignia. Ha selected a Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington, which was accepted in 1967 and made the official seal of the State of Washington by the 40th Legislature. ELECTED OFFICIALS Terms Expire Governor .......................... Booth Gardner (D) 1/93 Lt Governor ........................ Joel Prltohard (R) 1/93 Secretary of State ............... Ralph Munro (R) 1/93 State Treasurer .............Daniel K. Grimm (D) 1/93 State Auditor ...............Robert V. Graham (D) 1/93 Attorney General ............. Ken Eikanberry (R) 1/93 • Superintendent of Public Instmclion .............. Dr. Judith Billings (NP) 1/93 Insurance Commissioner ............. Dick Marquardt (R) 1/93 Commissioner of Public Lands ...................... Brian Boyle (R) 1/93 St=re Supreme Court Chief Justice ......................... Kalth M. Callow 1/91 Acting Chief Justice ................... Fred H. Dore 1/93 Justice ............................ James A. Andersen 1/95 Justice ...................... Robert F. Brachtanbach 1/95 Justice .................... :. ......... James M. Dolliver 1/93 Justice ................................ Barbara Durham 1/91 Justice ................................... Richard P. Guy 1/95 Justice ................................. Charles Z. Smith 1/91 Justice .................................... Robert F. Utter 1/93 U S Senators ..................... Brock Adams (D) 1/93 .......................................... Blade Gorton (R) 1/95 U S Representatives Dis~ 1 ..................... Joh~ Miller (R) 1F31 Dislxict 2 .................................. AI Swift (D) 1/91 District 3 ..................... Jolane Unsoeld (D) 1/91 Dis~ct 4 .................. Bid Mordson (R) 1/91 Distrk;t 5 ............... ~es S. Foley (D) 1/91 Dist~:t 6 .................. Norm Dic~s (D) 1/91 Dialect 7 .......... Jim McDermott (D) 1/91 Disldct 8.~~ Red Chandler(P,) 1/91 COUN'flES, COUNTY SEATS POPULATION 1989 Estimate Adams County-Ritzville .............................. 13,400 Asotin County-Asotin .................................. 17,600 Benton County-Presser ............................. 104,100 Cheian County-Wenatohee ......................... 48,600 Clallam County.Port Angeles ...................... 55,200 Clark County-Vancouver ........................... 220,400 Columbia County-Dayton .............................. 4,100 Cowlitz County-Kelso .................................. 62,100 Douglas County-Waterville ......................... 25,400 Feny County-Republic .................................. 6,100 Franklin County-Pasco ................................ 34,200 Garfield County-Pomeroy ............................. 2,300 Grant County-Ephrata ................................. 51,900 Grays Harbor County-Montasano ............... 63,600 Island County-Coupeville ............................ 55,300 Jefferson County-Port Townsend ............... 19,200 King County-Seattle ............................... 1,446,000 Kitsap County-Port Orchard ...................... 181,500 Ki~tas County-Ellensburg ........................... 25,400 Klickitat County-Goldendale ........................ 16,700 Lewis County-Chehalis ............................... 66,000 Uncoln County-Davenport ............................ 6,800 Mason County-Shelton ............................... 37,500 Okanogan County-Okanogan ..................... 31,700 Pacific County-South Bend ......................... 17,700 Pond Oreille County-Newport ....................... 8,900 Pierce County-Tacoma ............................. 560,900 San Juan County-Friday Harbor ................... 9,700 Skagit County-Mount Vernon ...................... 72,400 Skamania County-Stevenson ....................... 8.100 Snohomish County-Everett ....................... 430,400 Spokane County-Spokane ........................ 358,000 Stevens County-Calville .............................. 30,500 Thurstun County-Olympia ......................... 155,100 WahP.iakurn County- ...................................... 3,500 Walls Walls County-Walls Walls ................ 48,800 Whatcom County-Bellingham ................... 122,200 Whitman County-Colfax .............................. 37,600 Yakima County-Yakima ............................ 187,800 LEADING CITIES BY RANK-1989 City - County Population 1. Seattle-King ....................................497,200 2. Spokane.-Spokana .......................... 170,700 • Tacoma-Pierce ................................ 162,100 4. Bellevue-King .................................... 86,350 5. Everett-Snohomish ........................... 64.t70 6. Federal Way-King (ino 2/28190) ........ 58,000 7. Yakima-Yakima ................................. 50,610 8. Bellingham-Whatcem ........................ 47,290 9. Vancouver-Clark ............................... 44,450 10. Renton-King ...................................... 38,460 11. Bremerton-Kitsap .............................. 37,080 12. Kennewk;k-Bentun ............................ 86,880 13. Kiddand-K]ng ..................................... 36,620 14. Kent-King .......................................... 34,860 15. Redmond-King .................................. 33,400 16. Auburn.King ...................................... 32,460 17. Olympia-Thurston ............................. 31,070 18. Longview-Cowlitz .............................. :30,320 19. Richland-Benton .............................. 29,970 20. Edmonds-Snohomish ........................ 2g,720 21. Lynnwood-Snohomish .................... 26,280 22. Walls Walls-Walls Wails ................. 25,690 23. SeaT=c-King (inc 2/28/90) ............. 24,000 ~4. Pullman-Whitman .................. 25. Puyaliup-Pierca ...................... 21,290 26. Mercer Island-~'tg ........... 20,380 27. Wenalchee-Cheb.n ............... 19,950 26. Mounflake Ten'ace-Snohomish ..... 17,590 29. Pasco-FrarJdin ................. 17,560 30. Pon.Angeles-Cla~am, ____ 17,490 31. Abe~k~'PGrays Harbo¢ ~17,140 TI55120890
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4 CAPITOL CAMPUS MAP III SELECTED BUILDINGS 1 DEPARTMENT OF GAME 2 PLANNING ANNEX (DOT) 3 CAPITOL CENTER 4 ~'ATE PERSONNEL $ OLD CAi~OL 6 EVERGREEN PLAZA 7 DRIVER LICENSING (DMV) B CAPITAL PLAZA 9 GENERAL AOM~N. 10 TEMFLE OF IUSTICE 1'1 ARCHIVES 12 HIGHWAYS-UCENSE5 13 OFFICE BUILDiI'CG NO. 2 14 INSURANCE 15 LEGL~.ATWE 16 PUBIJC INFO. CENTER 17 INSllTUflONS 19 HOUSE Oi:TICE 20 HIGI-RVAY ADMIN. 21 C,,~ffI'OL ~ECURITY zz b-TAI~ LIBRARY 23 F.M~OYMBCr SECURITY 24 STATE CAPnOL MUSEUM AIRDUSTRIAL PARK & il TUMWATER SELECTED BUILDINGS 1 COMMITrEE FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION 2 CAPITOL 50~e 3 MATERIAL~ I.ABO~ATORY (DOT) 4 DISTRICT 3 HEADQUARTERS (DOT) 5 BUILDING NCK 1-8 6 BUILDING Nos 9-16 7 PARK~ & RECRE~TiON CO~41$~ON ~ 8 DEP~RTMENT OF ECOLOGY 9 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION CENll~L STORES 11 S~1~ ~ODULAR BUILDiNg.
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WASHINGTON STATE GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE BRANCH JUDICIAL BRANCH LEGISLATIVE BRANCH STATE AGENCIES ELECTIONS STATE FINANCES GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION TI55120892
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6 EXECUTIVE BRANCH II I I IIIII I EXECUTIVE BRANCH GOVERNOR BOOTH GARDNER OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR Legislative Building, AS-13, Olympia 98504 206.753-6780 Chief of Staff: (acting) Dennis L Heck Deputy Chief of Staff: Dean Foster Director of Legislative & Congressional Relations: Wayne Ehlers Executive Counsel: Tom Felnagle Press Secretary: Dick Milne Personal Assistant to the Governor: Rosalie Gittings Scheduler. Glenda Huntingten Special Asst. for Citizen Relations: Carol Gregory Asst for Executive Appointments and Legislative Affairs: Joyce Tumer Regional Of~oes: Spokane West 601 First Avenue, Spokane 99204 (509) 456-4417 Coordinator for Eastern Washiggton: Sonde Paulson Van0ouver: 700 East Evergreen Blvd. Vancouver 98661 (206) 696-6474 Coordinator for Western Washington: Sue Sellers The Governor is the chief executive officer of the state, elected by the people to • serve a four-year term. He Is responsible for overall administration of the affairs of the state of Washington. The duties and powers of the Governor, outlined in the Washington Constitution and Statutes, consist pdmarlly of the following: (1) to supervise the conduct of all executive and ministerial offices In the execution of the laws; (2) to ensure that all laws are faithfully executed throughout the state; (3) to make appointments to positions that the Govemor is empowered to till; (4) to remove from office for incompetence, misconduct, or malfeasance in office those state officers appointed by the Governor who are not liable to impeachment; (5) to act as Commander-in-Chief of all state military forces, except when they ere coiled into the service of the United States; (6) to call upon the National Guard to execute the laws of the state, to suppress insurrection, and to repel invasion; (7) to Inform the Legislature of the condition of the state, recommending measures deemed appropriate for its action; (8) to sign into law acts of the Legislature which the Governor approves, and veto acts or portions disapproved; (9) to act as the sole official state spokesman for communication between the state and the gov- ernment of any other state or territory of the United States; (10) to issue or honor requisitions for extraditions of fugitives from justice; (11) to grant cemmutations of sentences, reprieves, pardons, and conditional pardons; (12) to execute deeds for the sale of state lands; (13) to direct the Attorney General to investigate violations of the cdminal law, direct the Attorney General to aid any prosecuting attorney in the discharge of his duties, and direct the Attorney General or any prosecuting attorney to inquire into the affairs or management of any corporation existing under state law; (14) to provide for the post-audit of books, accounts, and records of the State Auditor; (15) to commission notades public; and (16) to serve as member ex-officio of the Capitol Committee. Finance Committee, Toll Bridge Authority, and Board of Natural Resources as well as chairman of the Traffic Safety Commission. In the event of the death, resigr~tion, disab~ity, or impeachment of the Governor, the line of succession is: IJeutenant Governor;. Secretary of State; State Treasurer; State Auditor. Attorney General; Superintendent of Pubic fnsVuction; and CommLss'mner of P ublk; Lands. The salary of the Governor is $98,700 a year, increasing to $99,600 on September 8, 1990. The office was created by AJlicle III, Section 2. of the Washington 0onst~tution. His powers and duties are outlined in Section 5-13 of the Constitution and RCW 43.06. Booth Gardner; Democrat; elected November 1984; reelected 1988; term ex- pires January 1993. Booth Gardner is the 19th governor of the State of Washington. The governor's top pdodty, as we enter our next century of statehood, is to prepare Washington to meet the challenges of the new global economy. To do that the governor has pioneered [nnowtive programs to modemize the state's education system, en- hanco economic development, protect our environment and provide opportunity for all Washington citizens. Born in Tacoma Washington in 1936, the governor grew up in the Puget Sound area and attended the University of Washington. In 1963, Governor Gardner received a Masters of Business Administration degree from Harvard University. and went on to become Director of the School of Business and Economics at the University of Puget Sound. The governor was a state senator from 1970-73. representing the 26th District. and in 1980 was elected Pierce County Executive. He served as vice chair and chairman of the Western Governors Association. At the national level. Gardner is the coming cheirman of the National Governors Association and the Education Commision of the States. - Governor Gardner co-founded the Central AJ'ea Youth Association of Seattle, which still provides athtat~c, social and educational activities for rn~odty and disadvantaged youths. Gardner remains involved in youth sports ~ctivittas as coach of his girls' soccer team -- the Cozars. Boot& Ga~tner and his wife, Jean, have two chidden, Doug and GaiL TI55120893
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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR JOEL PRITCHARD EXECUTIVE BRANCH 7 IIII OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Legislative Building, 3rd Floor, AS-31, Olympia, 98504-0431 206-786-77O0 Administrative Assistant: B.J. ~aistad Executive Secreta~: Ma~j Lou B~-nmert The lieutenant governor is elected independently of the governor and holds office for four years. 1"he State Constitution gives the lieutenant governor the following responsibilities: To act as governor it the governor is unable to perform his/her official duties; to be presiding officer of the state Senate; to discharge other duties prescribed by law. 1'he lieutenant governor serves as chairman of the Senate Rules Committee, and chair-person o!the Joint Legislative Committee on International Business and Tourism. The lieutenant governor is a member of the State Finance Committee, State Capitol Committee, Health Care Facilities Authority, Washington Higher Education Facilities Authority, and the Washington State Patrol Memorial Foundation. The salary of the lieutenant governor is $51,100, Increasing to 52,600 on September 3, 1990: plus a sum equal to 1/2601h of the difference between the annual salary of the lieutenant governor and the sa ary o! the gov.emor for each day he performs the duties of governor. The office was created pursuant to Article III, Section 10 and 16 of the Washington Constitut on. The duties are listed in RCW 43.06.050. Joel Pritchard; Republican; elected November 1988; term expires Januan/1993. Joel Pritchard was born in Seattle on May 5, 1925. He attended school in Seattle and College in Ohio. He sewed in the U.S. Army Infantry in the Pacific Theater dudng World War II. From 1948 to 1972 he was in busine.ss in Seattle, He sewed in the Washington State Legislature from 1958- 1970 as both a representative and a state senator and served on the state Constitutional Advisory Commission, The Women's Rights Council, and Metro Planning Council. Pritchard servod in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1972-84 where he was ranking member of the Marine and Fisheries Committee and Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific. He was a delegate to the U,N. General Assembly in 1988, member of the Panama Canal Consultative Commission from 1987-88, and Director of Government Relations for Bogle and Gates from 1985- 88. Heis married to Damaris Pritcherd end has four children. He assumed the position of lieutenant govemor on Jan 11, 1989. SECRETARY OF STATE RALPH MUNRO OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE Legislative Building, AS-22, Olympia 98504-9000 206-753-7121 Assistant Secretary of State: Don Whiting State Archivist: Sidney F. McAIpin Corporation Division Supervisor: Helen Morris Supervisor of Elections: Gary Mclntosh Special Assistant: John Dziedzic Public Information Officer: David Brine The Secretary of State is charged with the responsibility of being the state's chief elections officer, chief corporations officer, and supe~sor of the State Archives. The primary functions of the office are to: register and license all domestic and foreign profit and non-profit corporations, limited partnerships, and trademarks and to record related filings; conduct elections, vedfy initiatives and referendums, process requests for absentee ballots, and dis~bute copies of election laws and regulations: and maintain the state's archives and records management program, including collecting, preserving, and making available for research the historical records of the state and coor~nating implementation of the state's records management laws. The salary of the Secro- tary of State is $52,600, increasing to $54,200 on September 3. 1990. The office was created by the State Constitution, Article III, Section 17. The duties of the office are outlined in RCW 43.07. Ralph Munro; Republican; elected November 1980; reelected 1988; term expires January 1993. Ralph Munro served with Governor Dan Evan's administration for seven years, becoming Washington State's first volunteer coordinator, In this position, he helped 50,000 citizens to volunteer their time and talents in service to state agencies, schools, and other organizations. In t07t, Mr. Munro was recruited on a White House loan to [',,e|p develop ACTION..the federal volunteer agency in Washington, D C. After returning to Washington St=to, he drafted legislation and budgets relating to public schools, co~leges and un'wersities, handicapped children and volunteer programs. He has been active in environmental and historic preservation, and coordi- nated p~ivate, s~.te, and federal efforts to develop the Bald Eagle Preserve on the Skagit Rivet. He is an avid b~gt:~pet and plays with the C~'mp~ Highland Bagpipe Band. TI55120894
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3 EXECUTIVE BRANCH STATE TREASURER DANIEL K. GRIMM STATE TREASURER Legislative Build~ng, AS-23, Olympia 98504.0423 206.753-7130 Assistant State Treasurer: M. Lyle J~cebsen .Deputy State Treasurer: N. Scott Sheeran Deputy State Treasurer, Rnance Committee; Peter Tim Kerr Deputy State Treasurer, Treasury Accounting: Walter Lissner Executive Assistant: Carol ~yer Invasunent Officer: William R. Cert~h Internal Auditor: Mark MeLaughlin Public Deposit Pretect~on Commission, Administrator: Patricia Richards The state treasurer is charged with the responsibility of formulating and executing policy for the management of the state treasupj and related financial resources of the State of Washington. As the state's fiscal officer his principal duties ere to manage and disbur~ all funds and account=; be responsible for the safekeeping and interest on all state investments; accounting for and making payments of interest and principal o'1 all state bonded indebtedness and maintaining a statewide revenue collection system for the purpose of expediting the dffposit of state funds into the Treasury. The salary of the state treasurer is $65,000 a year, increasing to $67,000 on September301990. The office was created by A~CIe III, Section 19 of the State Constitution. The duties of the office are outJined in RCW 43.08. Daniel K, Grimm; Demos'at; elected November 1988; term expires January 1993. • Daniel Grimm is a 1971 graduate of Columbia University, New York. He also attended University of Washington and Uppsala University In Sweden. From January 1977 to January 1989, Mr. Grimm served as a state representative. Dudng his six terms of office, he served as chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, the Economi~ and Revenue Forecast Council, and the House Higher Education Committee. He was also a member of the State Investment Board, the Legislative Budget Committee and the Financial Institu~ons and Insurance Committee. While serving in the house, he was also chair of Democratic Caucus. Grimm and his wife Kathy have a young daughter, Whitney K. Gdmm. STATE AUDITOR ROBERT V. GRAHAM OFFICE OF STATE AUDITOR Legislative Building AS-21, Olympia 98504-0421 206-753-5277 Assistant State Auditor: Jack Heindcher Deputy State Auditor: Und~ Sheler Deputy Stats Auditor: Timothy K. S~hoth Deparlmentel Audits: Keith Lougheed Municipal Corporations: Lee Reaves The state auditor audits and issues public rel~orts on all state departments and onmmissions olthe state and ell local governments in the state to determine compliance with the Constitution, state laws and local ordinances relating to the expenditure of pubti¢ funds. He prescribes and installs uniform accounting systems for local government= and compiles financial end statistical data from annual reports of local governments. The stats auditor is elected to e four-year term. His saJmy is $67, 100 a year. increasing to $69,100 on September 3, 1990. The office was created by Article !11. Section 20 of the Washington State Constitution. The duties are outJined in RCW 43.09 and 43.88. Robmt V. Graham; Democrat; elected November 1964; reelected 1968, 1972, 1976.1980,1984; 1998. His term expires January 1993. Robert Graham is a native Washingtonian and became the state's seventh auditor In 1965. Mr. Graham received his education at Modips High S¢~col and Grays Harbor College, Aberdeen. He served two ]feat= with the Washington ~tata Department of Labor and Industries and the Off'co of Director of Budget and later joined the state auditor's staff. Here he served in every major administrative post in that office including chief examiner, deputy state auditor and assistant state auditor, pdor to his elec~on. He is a Certified Internal Auditor and an acWa member of many professional organiza~ons. He and his wife, Lloydine, have five grown chik:iren. TI55120895
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ATTORNEY GENERAL KEN EIKENBERRY EXECUTIVE BRANCH 9 A'rI'oRNEY GENERAL Highways-Licenses Buil~n9, PB-?1, Olympia 98504 206-753-62OO Chief Deputy Attorney General: Edward B. Maclde Assistant Chief Deputy Attorney General: David E. Welsh Deputy Attorneys General: Kathy Spong, John Ellis, Narda Pierce, Bruce Clausen The attom_ey ge.ne.ral is ~e. ch.ief I.ega,I o.ffi~r fo.r th.e state...The of lice provide,s a broad range of legal services, une is to proviso legal aowce to clients In s~ate government Which include executive ing attorneys st ,m.e m~.r'q-nme coutures a~so can re.qu . . g _ ow.~ce v~.icn is usually given in the form of an officia~ ~etter Known. as,an a. ttomey genera] ,op.~npn. i ne .onJce a~so re, presents the various administ~ative.age.ncies ana sc.noo=s in court or aamlnlstrative neadngs./he office serves the pub s more d~rectly through the Business and Consumers Fair Practices Division and Antitrust Division, which s charged with enforcement of be law related to consumer fraud. In addition, the Criminal Prosecution Division was es~bli~hed in 1981, giving the Attorney General the authority to Investigate and prose, cute.crimes upon request. The attorney genaraJ is electe.d to ofrce for a four-year term..His salary is $75,700 a year, increasing to $78,000 on September 3,19gO. The office was createo pursuant to Article III, Section 21 of theWashington State Constitution. The duties are outlined in RCW 43.10 Ken EIIcenberry; Republican; elected November 1980; 1984; reelected 1988; term expires January 1993. Ken Eikenbemj to.o.k office in 1981 as the state's 14th attorney general. He serves on t~e st,~te Cdmlnai Justice Training Commission and currently serves in leadership roles in Ihe N~onal Ass sociatlon of Attom, eys Ge.~.eral ~ Crime Vic.tim. s, Anti_t~. s~t, a~_ .d, P~. c_ke.teer Influen.cod and Corrupt Organization.s suo.com.rnz~ees, m.e upmm.lssl.o.n orl _8rat.e;jricel He.lations, ano chair, Criminal Laws Committee. He alSO serves on the ~resg~ent's lasK Porce on Victims of Crime in 1982, as Chair, Conference of Western Attorneys General, and currently is a member of the President's career as an agent wlt.h the ~-ul, Jater WaS oeputy prosecutor n r~lng ty, ph e. prosecuticn of criminal ceses, and for six years practiced law with a Seattle firm. A three-term state legislator from the 36th District of Sea~e he was also chair, Republican State Committee. Born in Wenatcheein 1932, he graduated from WSU and UW Law School, Hiswifeo BOy, is from Ala.ska. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION JUDITH A. BILLINGS OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBUO INSTRUCTION Old Capitol Bldg, FG. 1 I, Olympia 98504-3211 2(}6-753.6738 Deputy Superintendent: Doyle Winter Administrator, School Business Services: Dr, David L Moherly Administrator, Curriculum, Instructional Support & Special Education: Bridget L Cullerton Administrator, Vocational Education, Student/Community Services: Janet L Cadsan (See also Education Se6tion) The superintendent of public instruction supervises the public~ schools in the state. She also a~-ts In an advisory capacity to other areas of public education. Her regulatory duties Include ce~fica~n of teaching personnel, approval end accredita~n of programs, end apportionment of state and local funds. The superintendent also provides assistance to school cistricts in statistical analysis, accounting, management, and curriculum developmanL The superintendent is elected to a four-year term of office. Her salary is $69,800 a year, increasing to $71,900 on September 3,1990. The officewas created pursuanttoArticle III, Section 22 of the Washington State Constitution. The duties are outlined in RCW 28A.03o Judith Bllling,,; nonpartisan off~ce; elected November 1988; term expires January 1993. Judith Billings is W~shington's thirteenth superintendent of publio ins~u~Jon. She holds a BA Degree in Educa~on from Pacilic Lutheran University, a Masters Degree from the University of New Mexico in Communications and a Jude Doctorate from the University of Puget Sound. For thkteen ye=rs she was a classroom teacher in both California and Washingtofl State. In 1979 she joined the office of the superintendent of public Ineb-u~tlon ~ state dlrec~rof fedp. raJly .funde~l. programs for disadvantaged children. During this time, in addition to her state duties, she undertook several na~onal leadership roles in her field. She served ~ = legal intern on t~e U.S. House of Repra=ontat~ws EduceEon Committee and p .r.~,azed a subcommittee repo~ on compensatory eduction programs..Let~'. ~.he p.rovid~, guidance to the House Subcomn~ttee on Elemental, Secondary and Vocettonal Education anc~ as~isted in the preparation of the StaJford-Hawkins Amendments of lg~8. 8~e and her husband, Donald, reside in Puyallup, Washington. They have four grown ~.,hiidren and live grandd~'ldran. TI55120896
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~0 EXECUTIVE BRANCH COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS BRIAN BOYLE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS John A. Cherberg Building, QW-21, Olympia 98504 206- 7~3-5 32 7 Execudve Assistant: Nixan Handy • Special Assistant: Pat Harper Director of Public Affairs: ~m Boyd (See also the Department of Natural Resources) "~he commissioner of public lands oversees the effective and effioiont management of the forest land resources of the state. He accomplishes this as admlnisvator of the department of natural msourcos. Subject to proprietary policies established by the board of natural resources, the commissioner of public lands is responsible for the exercise of all duties and functions of the department. Thecommissioneriselectedte afour-yeartermofoffice. His salaryis $69,B00ayear, Increasing to 71,900 on September 301990. The office was created by tile Legislature under RCW 43.12. Brian Boyle; Republican; elected November 1980; reelected 1984; 1988; term expires January 1993. Brian Boyle is chair of Washington State's Board of Natural Resources, Harbor Une Commis- sion, and Forest Pract~cos Board. He also serves on the board of the Denter for international Trade in Forest Products at the University of Washington; the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority; ~d the Washington Council on Intemafonal Trade. Boyle is.Washington State's representafve on the Interstate Oil Compact Commission, and is past president of the Western States Land Commis- • sioners Assooiafon. Ha also is a member and past president of the board of directors of The Evergreen Partaershlp, a private, non-profit group of government and private organizations which seeks to promote marketability of Pacific Northwest forest products. Prior to being elected state land commissioner, Boyle served as a county commissioner from 1975-79, and has held positions in management and engineering with various metals companies. He holds metallurgical engineering and master of business administration degrees, having studied atthe Montana School of Mines and graduate Schools of Business atthe University of Chicago and the University of Portland. Mr Boyle is married and has two children. INSURANCE COMMISSIONER RICHARD G. (DICK) MARQUARDT OFFICE OF THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Insurance Building AQ-21, Olympia 98504-0321 206-753-7500 Chief Deputy Insurance Commissioner: David H. Rodgers Deputy Commissioner, Company Supervision: Ed Southon Deputy Commissioner, Consumer Protection: Robert Johnson Deputy Commissioner, Management Sorvioes: Roger Polzin Deputy Commissioner, June Mulcahy Director of Public Affairs~. Ed Ivas The Office of the Insurance Commissioner regulates insurance companies doing business in Washington, licenses ~gents and brokers, reviews polioles and rates, examines the operations end finances of insurers, and handles inquiries and complaints from the public. ~ insurance commissioner is elected to a four-year term of office. His salary is $63,900 a year, increasing to $65,800 on September 3, 1990. "~he office was Q'eated by the Legislature and the duties are listed in RCW 48.02.060 and 48.43. Richard {Dick) Msrqu=rdt; Republican; elected November 1976; reelected 1980,1984, 1988; his term expires January 1993. Disk M=rquardt was born in Couar d'Alene, Idaho, but has lived in S~atffa most of his lif~. Ha attended high school and the Univerdty of Washington and later became an executive in private enterprise. He sewed in the Washington State Senate from 1966 to 1970 and in 1971 headed ~ Washington State Selective Serv~e System. In 1976 he was elected to the post of insurance commissioner. Mr. M~rquardt is married, has tfcee children, three grandchildren and lives in north TI55120897
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JUDICIAL BRANCH JUDICIAL BRANCH 11 WASHINGTON COURTS: The courts exist to resolve disputes between people and with their government, and to decide guilt or innocence when someone is charged with a crime. A civil argument or a criminal charge is tried in either the courts of limited jurisdiction (minor crimes and small civil cases) or in the state superior court (major crimes and substantial cases). At the end of trial, when the verdict has been given on the basis o! I~w applied to the facts o[ the case, the losing side has a constitutional right to appeal for review by a higher court. Appeals from courts o! limited jurisdiction may go on tape recorded record of the trial to superior court. Appeals from superior court go on written record of the trial to either the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court depending on their importance. Appellate review considers only claims of error occurring during trial. In addition to the written records and briefs, each appeal is given a one-hour formal hearing in the courtroom. If mistakes are found in a case, the Court of Appeals or Supreme Court can reverse the decision or send it back for re~al or correc~on Written decisions of the Supreme Court become part of state law. There are two kinds of law--statutes written by the legislature and the Supreme Court's decisions, which collectively become the common law of the state. These deci- sions explain the Constitution and statutes and set forth the court's rulings on questions of non-statutory law. SUPREME COURT Chief Justice Kelth M. Callow Acting Chief Juallce Fred H. Dora Justice Robert F. Utter Justice Robert F, Brachtanbech Justlce Barbara Durham Justice James M. Dolliver , Justice Charles Z. Smith Juatlae James A. Andersen Justice Richard Pc Guy Chief Justlce Keith M. Callow Justice Keith Callow was born in Seattle in 1925 to a pioneer family. He served In the U.S. Army in World War II where he earned a Purple Heart in combat. In 1946 he ~ntered the University of Washington and earned his BA degree in 1949, followed by his JD from the UW School of Law In 1952. He also completed the National College of the State Judiciar/in 1970 and has lectured both there and balers business law classes at the University of Washington. He began his law career as an Assistant Attorney General in Olympia and then became law clark for Justs Matthew W. Hill on the Supreme CourL In 1954 he became a King County deputy prosecuting attorney, and after two years entered private law practice. In 1969 JustE;e Callow was appointed to the King Count~ Superior Court and after two years, to the Court of Appeals where he sewed for twelve years. He was dected to the Supreme Court in November of 1984, Justice Callow and his wife. Erie. have three grown children Acting Chlef Juatlee Fred H. Dora Elected to the Court in November, 1980, Justice Dora is a thlrd-<jeneral lawyer, hem in SeattJe on July 31, 1925. He graduated from O'Dea High School and Seattle University. He is also a graduate of the Georgetown University Foreign Service and Law Schools. For twenty-eight years, Justice Dora practiced law in Seattle. In 1952 he was elected to the Stat~ House of Representatives and chaired its Judidary ComrdF tee. In 1959 he was appointed to the Senate where he served until 1972. In 1977 he wa~ appointed to the Court of Appea~s, electe~ the following year and won an appointment to the Supreme Court in 1980. Justice Dora and his wife, MarT, have five ch~dren and reside in O~yrnpia. TI55120898
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12 JUDICIAL BRANCH Justice Robert F, Utter Justice Robert F. Utter, Chief Justice from 1979 to 1981, h~s been n merrier of the Supreme Court since 1971. Born in Seattle, he attended Unt~eld College in Ocegon and earned degrees in sdence and law from the University o! Washington. he was a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Matthew W. Hill, a King County deputy prosecuting attorney and in private practice before being appointed Court Commissioner for the King County Superior Court in 1959. Elected to that court in 1964, he was appoint to the Court of Appeals in 1969 and to the Supreme Court in 1971. Justice Robert F, Braohtenbach Justice Robert F. Brachtonbach served as Chief Justice in 1991-82. He came to the Courtby appointmentin November 1972andwaselected in 1973, 1976, 1982 and 1996. Raised in Yakima, Justice Brachtenbach graduated from high school there and continued his education at Yakima Valley College. He earned both his under- graduate degree and law degree atthe University of Washington, served as law instructor at the University of California for a year, and then entered law practice in Selah in 1955 where he practiced for seventeen years. Elected to the House of Representatives in 1962, he served two terms, dudng which he was on the Legislative Council and the Ju~ciai Council. Justice Brachtenbach and his wife, Marilyn, live near Olympia. Justice James M. Dotllver Justice James M. Dolliver served as Chief Justice from 1985 to 1987. He came to the Court by appointment in May of 1976 and was elected in 1976, 1980 and 1986. Bern and raised in Fort Dodge, Iowa, Justice Dolliver graduated with high honors from Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, and received his law degree from the University of Washington in 1952. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Navy and as an ensign in the U.S. Coast Guard. Prior to being appointed to the Supreme Court he served more than eleven years as administrative assistant- to Governor Daniel J. Evans. Justice Delliver and his wife, Babara, live in Olympia. They have six children. Justice James A. Andersen Appointed to the Court in July of 1984, Justice Andersenwas elected to the Court in t984 and 1968. Justice Andersen was hem in 1924 in Auburn, lived for e time in Seat~e and grew up in Eastem Washington where he graduated from Walls Walla High School. He served in the U.S. Army dudng World War II where he was wounded near Bastogne, Belgium. Following his military service, he earned a BA and law degree from the University of Washington. His legal career began as a deputy prosecuting attorney in K~ng County where he served four years. He was elected to the Stats House of Representatives in 1958 and served there until 1967 when he went to the Senate. In 1972 he retumed to pdvate practice. In 1975 he was appointed to the Court of Appeals and served until his appointment to the Supreme Court. Justice Anders~n is married and has two grown children. " Justice Barbara Durham Appointed in 1980 to the Court of Appeals, Barbara Durhan bac~rne the I~rst woman appellate iudge in the state's history. Born in Anacortes, she graduated from Vashon Island High School. attended Gonzega University. and Georgetown University where she completed a degree in business administration. After working as a securities analyst in New York City, she attended Stanford University School of Law, where she graduated in 1968. Her law career began as a deputy prosecuting attorney for King County, then in 1970 she entered private law practice specializing in criminal defense and family law. In 1973 she was appointed to the Mercer Island District Court a~d in 1977was elected to the K~ng County Superior Court. Her appointment to the Court of Appeals by Governor Dixy Lee Ray concluded three years on the Hal bench. In 1984 Justice Dud'tam was elected as Chief Judge of Division I. Justice Durham is married to Dr. Charles L. Divelbiss, a physician specializing in family practice. Just|ca Charles Z. Smith Appointed to the Supreme Court in July 1988 by Governor Booth Gardner, Justice Smith was elected in November 1988. Born in Lakeland, Rorida, third of eight children, his early education was in Florida. He received his BS degree from Temple University in 1952, and law degree from the University of Washington in 1955. He was law clark for Supreme Court Justice Matthew W. Hill, a King County deputy prosecuting attorney, in private law practice, and served in the U.S. Dept. of Justice and as Special Assistant to Attorney General Robert Kennedy. His pdor judidal service includes the Seattle Municipal Court, 1965-660 and the King County Superior Court, 1966- 73. He was Associate Dean and law "professor at the University of Washington School of Law, 197383. Until his appointment to the Supreme Court, he was in private practice. Justice Smith and his wife, Eleanor, live in Seattle and have four children and one grandchild. Justice Richard P. Guy Jus~ce Guy was appointed to the Supreme Court on November 1, 1989 by Governor Booth Gardner. He is a life-long resident of Spokane, Washington and a graduate of Gonzega University Law School. He was admitted to the Washington bar in 1959. He has held positions with the office of the state attorney general, was prosecuting attorney for Spokane County and has been in private practice. He has also worked under a USAID contract in Affice in Ghana and Ethiopia and taught law at the Halle Selassie I University School of Law. Hewas appointed to the Superior Court in Spokane County by Governor Ray and later by Governor Gardner. Justice Guy and his wife Lynn are the parents of three children and have two grandchildren. The Washington State Supreme Court is the head of the judicial branch of state government, co-equal with the legislative and executive branches, and it is the state court of last resort. It consists of nine justices serving six.year terms, with three justices being chosen by the voters from a non-artisan judicial ballot at the general election in November of each even-numbered year. Salary for a Supreme Court justice is $86,700 and will inuease to $89,300 on September 3, t990. Responsib~ity for administrative details in the operation of the judicial system is vested with the Chief Justice. The Chief Just~:;e is the justice h~ving the shortest term to serve and not holding office by appointment or election to fig a vacancy, and presides at all sessions of the Supreme'Court for a two-year tsrm. The Chief Justice hears all oral arguments on writs, and serves as the presiding olfcor of the Judicial Conference. The ooal of the .~u.oreme Court is to i~rov~e for th~ i~romDt end on:~riy adminisCation of justice by the jud~daty and to aneeu¢'K;e the law on issues properly brought before it. To accompifsh this goal, the Court determines cases= publishes opinions, adopts rules of procedure, provides continuing gu~darme for the admission and supervision el the members of the Bat, and conducts a con~ous Ixegram of t-dning and guidance for the judciary. SUPREME COURT Tempk~ of Jus~ce, MS AV-11 Oympia 98504 Keith M. Callow, Chief Justice Fred H. Dora, Acting Chief Justice James A. Andersen, Justice Robert F. Brachtanbach, Justice James M. Dolliver, Justice Barbara Durham, Justice Richard P. Guy, Justin Chide= Z. Smith, Justice Robert F. Utter, Justice 206-357-2069 Terms expire January 1991 357-2020 January 1993 357-2037 January 1995 357-2045 Janua~ 1995 ~357-2029 January 1993 357-2033 January 1991 357°2049 Januaw 1995 357-2041 Jan ua,'y 1991 357-2053 Janu~ 1993 357°2025 G~offrey Crooks. Court Commicdener C.J. Mee~, ,Supreme Court Clerk Ray A. Kmntz, Reporter of Decisions Deborah A. Non, toed. State Law IJ"orarian Temple of Jus~ce, MS AV-02, Olympia 98504-0502 3S7-2058 357-2069 357-2089 357-2146 TL55120899
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COURT OF APPEALS The Court of Appeals provides appellate review of all lower court decisions except :hose excluded by RGW 2.06.030. "The Court is organized into Divisions I, II, and II, with headquarters located in Seattle, Tacoma, and Spokane, respectively. Each division is divided into three distxicts, with a specified number of judges ~Jected from each disVict. The Court is composed of seventeen judges, each of ,vhom is elected to =z six-year term by the electorate of the district served. Nine .udges are assigned to Division I, and fourjudges each assigned to Divisions II and ;11. Sahz~y for a judge of the Court of Appeals is $82,400 and will increase to $84,~00 on September 3, 1990. The Court has exclusive appellate jurisdiction in all cases except: quo warranto, 0rohibition, injunction, or mandamus directed to state officials; cdminal cases where the death penalty has been decreed; cases where the Superior Court has held that a statute, ordinance, or tax was unconstitutional; cases involving fundamental or urgent issues of broad public import; and cases where there is a conflict among prevailing decisions of the divisions or panels with a division. The goal of the Court of Appeals is to provide equitable and eff¢ient disposition of cases coming before it. COURT OF APPEALS Division I One Union Square 600 Universi~ Street, Seatge 98101 (DisViot 1 consists of King County, six judges; District 2 consists of Snohomish County, two judges; District 3 consists of Island, San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom ~unties, one judge.) William W. Baker, Judge H. Joseph Coleman, Chief Judge Marshall Forrest, Judge (3. Kenneth Crosse, Acting Chief Judge Rosselle Pekelis, Judge Jack P. Scholfield, Judge Herbert A. Swanson, Judge Walter E. Webster, Jr, Judge Robert W. Winsor, Judge willism H. Ellis, Jr, Court Commissioner I_any A. Jordan, Court Commissioner Mary Ellen Hudgins, Court Commissioner Mark Swanson, Staff Attorney Ma,'y S. Neel, Staff Attorney Anne Norse, Staff Attorney Sam Sodeding. Staff Attorney Joanna Whitehead, Staff Attorney Richard D. Taylor, Clerk FAX Number Distrtct TermsExpim 2 Jan 1996 1 Jan 1991 3 Jan 1995 1 Jan 1993 1 Jan 1992 1 Jan 1995 2 Jan 1993 1 Jan 1991 1 Jan 1994 464-7423 464-7657 464-7656 464-7655 464-6046 464-7654 464-7658 464-7659 464-6047 464-7649 464-7649 464-7649 464.7649 464-7649 464-7649 ~.64-7649 464-7649 464-7750 206-587-5137 THE COURT OF APPEALS FOR JUDICIAL BRANCH 13 DM=ton II 945 Market Street, Mail Stop TB-OG Tacoma 98402 206-593-2970 (Dis~ct 1 consists of Pierce County, two judges; Oist~t 2 consists of Claliam. Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Kitsap, Mason and Thursten counties, one judge; District 3 consists of Clark, Cowlitz, Lewis, Pacific. Skamania and Wahkiakum counties, one judge.) Gerry L Alexander, Chief Judge John A. Pettish, Acting Chief Judge Edward P. Reed, Judge Stanlay W. Worswick, Judge Mark H. Adams, Court Commissioner Donald G. Meath, Court Commissioner Emetta Weathersby. Staff Attorney David Ponzoha, Clerk FAX Number: DisVictTermsExpire 2 Jan 1991 1 Jan 1991 3 Jan 1995 1 Jan 1993 593-2976 593-2917 593-2974 593-2975 593-2970 593-2970 593-2970 593-2970 206*593-2806 Division III North 500 CBdar, PO Box 2159, Spokane 99210 509.456-3082 (District 1 consists of Ferry, lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane and Stevens counties, two judges; District 2 consists of Adams, Asotin, Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Garfield, Grant, Walla Walla and Whitman counties, one judge; Distxict 3 consists of Chelan, Douglas, Kittitas, Klick~tet and Y~ima counties, one judge.) Disb'ict Terms Expire Dale M. Green, Acting Chief Judge 2 Jan 1993 456-8922 Ray E. Munson, Chief Judge 3 Jan 1991 456-8920 North Second & East "B" Sis, #308, Yakima 98901 George T. Shields, Judge 1 Jan 1995 456-3944 Philip J. Thompson, Presiding Chief Judge 1 Jan 1991 456-4032 Kenneth H. Kato, Court Commissioner 456-3095 Frank V. Slak, Jr, Court Commissioner 456-3095 Joyce J. McCown, Staff Attomey/Clerk 456-3082 SUPERIOR COURTS The Supedor Courts are the courts of general Jurisdiction in the state judicial system. Pursuant to the Constitution, the Legislature has divided the state into thirty judicial distdBts, each distdct having one or more judges as authorized by statute. There are 143 Superior Court judges, each of whom is elected to a four- year term by the electorate of the county or counties sewed. The Governor appoints judges to fig vacancies occurring dudng the four-year term. Such appointees hold office until the next general election. Sa]ap/for a Superior Court judge is $78,200 and will increase to $80,500 on September 3, 1990. The Superior Courts have exclusive original jurisdiction over all civil matters Involving dollar amounts over $10,000; title or possession of real property; cases THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TI55120900
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14 JUDICIAL BRANCH III involving legality of any tax, impost, assessment or toll; and probate and domestic matters. They have original[urisdiction over all criminal cases amounting to felony and all other criminal cases not otherwise provided by law;, and exclusive original jurisdiction over juvenile matters. Appeals from courts of limited jurisdiction are heard de nero or appeal on the record for error of law. The goal of the Superior Court is to process and decide, on a timely basis, all cases under its jurisdiction dealing with civil, criminal, and probate matters. Superior Courts and their judges are listed on the following pages. COURTS OF LIMITED JURISDICTION District Courts are located in all Washington counties. Their civil jurisdiction is limited to $10,000, their ~minal ]urisdtc~on to mlsdemeanors with criminal pen- alties limited to a $5,000 fine and/or one year in jail. Munlolpel Courts are found in all counties. Their jurisdiction is limited to cases involving violations of municipal ordinances with criminal penalties limited to a $500 fine and/or six months in jail. DisVict courts and their judges are listed on the following pages; Municipal Court judges are listed by city in the Cities end Towns section. OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE COURTS ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE COURTS 1206 South Quince St, EZ-11, O~,mpia 98504206-753- 3365 Administrator for the Courts: Mary C. McOuean Divisions: Information Systems Director: Rick Copeland Judicial ~arvices and Activities Director: Janet McLane Public Information Officer: Robert M. Henderson The Office of Administrator for the Courts studies the operations o! the court system, makes recommendations for improvemenL and is responsible to the Supreme Court for the execution of administrative policies and rules. This court system includes me Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Supedor Courts and Courts of Limited Jurisdiction. The office was established by the Legislature in 1957. RCW 2.56 ADAMS COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 5~3 210 W. Broadway, Bo~ 126, RitzWl/e 99169 Richard W. Miller, Judge ............. 659-0090 X 228 George R. Huff, Court Commissioner....488-9603 PO Drawer G, Othello 99344 Fred Shelton, Court Commissioner ....... 488-3303 PO Box 333, Othello 99344 Robert V. Blair, County Clerk ...... 6590090 X 230 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Wayne Ristau .................488-5846 165 N, First St, Othello 99344 DISTRICT COURTS OTHELLO 165 N. First St, Othello 9934~ Charlotte L. DuBais, Judge .................... 438-3935 Martha White, Court Administrator ........ 488-3935 RITZVILLE 210 W. Broed~/_ay, Box 163, Ritzvi/le 99169 Charlotte L. DuBo~s, Judge .................... 659-0090 Jody Nave, Adm/Chief Clerk ....... 659-6090 X 234 ASOTIN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 Counly Courthouse. Box 159, Asotin 99402 John M, Lyden, Judge ........................... 243-4182 Scott Broyles Court Commissioner ....... 756-1838 Louisa Haizm ller, Court Comm ............. 758-4181 919 Sixth St. PO Box 232, C/arkston 99403 Louisa Holzmiller. Court Commissioner/ County Clerk ........................................ 243-4181 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Vonda Campbell ............. 758-1623 1603 Dustan Loop, Clarkston 99403 DISTRICT COURT Count_ Courthouse, Box 429. Asotin 99402 William D. Acey, Judge .......................... 243.4127 733 Fifth St, suite M. Clarkston 99403 Jan Botts, Court Administrator ............... 243-4127 Undo. Wiloughby. Clerk .......................... 243-4127 BENTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 7320 West Quinault Street. Kennewick ~9336 PO t~x3051 TIi.Citi~.¢. 99302-305! C=-~mlyn A. BroWn. Judge_ (K~newick) 783-1471 Fred FL Staples, Judge .... (Ke~newi~k) 783-'147'1 Duane E. Tabor, Judge_...(K~newick) 783-1471 Albert J. Yencopal, Judge .(Kettnewick) 783-1471 Dennis D. Yule, Judge .... (Kennewick) 783-1471 Jo~. G. Carroll. Ct Comm (KennewP..k) 783-2151 5606 W. CanM Pi. #106, Kennewick 99336 Herbert H. Dm,~s= Ct Comm _{Presser) 786-5624 Mike FL Johnston Ct Comm ........ (Ken) 783-1471 James R. BaldL ~t Admin ............ (Ken) 783-1471 E. Kay Bacca, County Clerk PO Box 1510 Rich/and 99352-1510 ......... (Rlchl~nd) 786-5624 7320 W, Quinault Kennewick 99336 .......... (Kennewick) 735-8388 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Douglas Loree ................783-2151 5606 W. Canal P[, #106, Kennewick 99336 DISTRICT COURT 7620 W. Quinault St, Kennewick 99336 Craig Matheson, Pros Judge ....... 738°8476 X 239 Eugene F. Pratt, Judge ............... 738.8476 X 256 William F. Platte Court Comm ....738-8476 X 238 Carol Schnaidmil or, Ct Admin ...738°8476 X 255 CHELAN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 ,401 Washington St, PO Box 880 Wenatchee 98801 John E. Bridges, Judge .......................... 564-5271 Charles W.Cone, Ju_~ge ........................ 664-5208 Fred L. Van Sickle, Judge ...................... 564-52~ 1 PO Box 990, Wenetchee 08801 Peter G. Young, Court Comm PO Box 990. Wenatchee 98801 .......... 664-5472 Siri Woods, County Clerk ....................... 664-5380 PO Box 3025, Wanatchea 98801 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Madene Smith ................ 6t;4-5350 316 Washington Street, Wenatchee 98801 DISTRICT COURT Chelan County Courthouse, Fourth Floor PO Box 2182; Wenatchea 98801 Robert E. Graham, Judge ...................... 684~393 Thomas O. Warren, Judge ..................... 664-5491 Patrioia L King, Court A~ministrator ..... 664-5393 CLALLAM COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 223 F_ Fourth St, Port Angeles 983~2.3098 GrantS. Malner, Judge ............... 452-7831 X 386 GarJ W. Voile, Judge .................. 452-7831 X 244 CadL. Gay, Court Commissioner ......... 452-3323 20I Pioneer BId# 122 W. Port Angeles George Wood, Court Comm ............. 482-3323 403 S. Pea_body, Port AngNe,~ 98362 S. Brook Taylor, Court Comm ........ 452-,3895 206 S. IJncoln, Port Angeles 98362 W~liam G. Knebes, Court Gomm ..... 457-3349 401 E. Front St. Port Angeles 98362 Pal=ice M. Ra~ .......... 452-7831 X 386 Mollie .Ungvall, County Clerk ....... 452-7831 X 333 JUVENILE COURT Admin (Acting) David P. Fluke ....452-7931 X 282 16th & =M" Sts, Box 357. Port Angeles 98362 DISTRICT COURTS CLALLAM COUNTY ONE ~3 E. Fourth St, Port Angeles 98362-3098 Richard A. Headrick, Judge ........ 452-7831 X 286 Steven Brown, Court Admin ........ 452-7831 X 288 Irene C. Hoisington Ct Op Supv. 452-7831 X 343 A one Wilson, Ct C)p Supv ........... 452-7831 X 351 CLALLAM COUNTY TWO Fifth & Division, PO Box 1937, Forks 98331 Susan J. Owens, Judge ......................... 374-6383 Jan Boggs. Court Comm/Admin ............ 874-6383 CLARK COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 1200 Franklin St, PO Box 5000 Vancouver 98668.5000 Robert L. Harris, Judge .......................... 699-2017 Barbara D. Johnson, Judge ................... 699-2005 James D. Ladley. Judge ........................ 699-2248 Thomas L Lodge, Judge ....................... 699-2260 J. Dean Morgan, Judge ......................... 699-2315 John N. Skimas, Judge .......................... 699-2354 Ronald C. Wilkinson, Court Comm ........ 699-2201 Mark C. Otdenburg, Court Admin .......... 699.2049 JeAnne McBride, County Clerk ............. 699-2292 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Gary S. Ripley ................ 699.2201 500 West 11th St, PO Box 5000 Vancouver 98668-5000 DISTRICT COURT 1200 F/an/din St, PO Box ~000 Vancouver 98668-5000 Kenneth R. Eiesl~nd, Judge .................. 699-2414 Randal B. Fdtzler, Judge ....................... 699-2414 Robert D. Moilanen, Judge .................... 699-2414 Fred J. Stoker, Judge ............................ 699-2414 Dawtn Jo Zimmerman, Judge ................ 699-2414 Vernon L. SohreJber, Magistrate ............ 899-2414 George M~lar, Court Administrator ........ 699-2414 COLUMBIA COUNTY 341 East Man. Day~on 99328 John ~ Lyden, Ju~ ............ (Asot~) 2~182 ~ ~x 159, AsoUn ~62 ToW ~ Ne~W, ~ C~miss~r...~-2~2 ~E. ~, ~x 7, ~ ~8 ~ ~t ~. ~ ~328 TI55120901
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Lynne Leseman, Ct C~nm/Co. Clerk....382-432! jUVENILE COURT Administrator (Acting) M~chael Bates _.527-3275 310 W. Poplar, PO Box 1695 Wal/a Walla 99362 DISTRICT COURT 341 East Main, Dayton 99328 charles H. Thronson Judge .................. 582-4497 Della Watson, Clerl<. ............................... 382-4812 COWLITZ COUNTY sUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 312 SW First Street, Kefso 98626 Milton R. Cox, Judge ............................. 577-3086 Alan R. Hallowell, Judge ........................ 577-3085 Don L. McCulloch, Judge ....................... 577-3143 Robert A. Altanhof. Court Comm ......... ~.577-3073 Mark F. Andrews, Jr, Court Comm ........ 636-2009 1207 Behshel Heights Road, Kelso 98626 Ronald Huntington, Court Comm .......... 577-3073 Nancy W~llia, mso_n, Court Admin ............ 577-3086 Peggy Begoon, uounty Clerk ................ 577-3016 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: C. Mel Jewell .................. 577-3100 ~06 Grey Street, Kelso 98826 DISTRICT COURT 312 SW First Street. Kelso 98626 Robert A. Altenhof, Judge ...................... 577-3073 Ron.aid. H.un.tington, J~udge ..................... 677,3073 Katrty/~. Lonmeyer, uourt Admin .......... 577-3072 DOUGLAS COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 203 South Rainier, Watervilla 98858 John E. Bridges, Judge ...(Wenatchee) 664-5472 Charles W. Cone, Judge ..(Wenatcbee) 654-5208 Fred L Van Sickle Judge (Wenatchee) 664-5211 H.B. Hanna, Court Commissioner ......... 884-3536 110 Third St. NE, East Wenatchee 98801 R.A Hansel, Court Commissioner ......... 745-8493 Juanita S. Koch, County C ark ............... 746-3529 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: William E. McDonald ...... 884-3545 110 Third St. N.E, East Wenatchee 98801 DISTRICT COURTS BRIDGEPORT BRANCH 1206 Columbia Ave, PO Box 730 Bridgeport 98813 Joht~ ]:L Harmon, Judge ......................... 686-4041 Marjorie L. Patterson, Chief Clerk ......... 686-4041 DOUGLAS COUNTY 110 Third St. NE, East Wenatch~e 98801 H.B. Hanna Judge ................................ 884-3536 Kathy Bryant, Court Adm nistrator ......... 884.0708 FERRY COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 215 South Oak. PO Box 579, Col~/le 99114 Larry M. Krist~anson, Judge ....(Colville) 654-2181 Fred L. Stewart, Judge ........... (ColviIle) 684-218 Norman G. Sauer, Court Comm ............ 775-3393 278 E. De/aware, Box 348, Republic 99166 Judy Americk, Court Admin ....(Colville) 684-2181 Barbara J. Blomquist, Co. CIk ..... 775-3161 X 232 PO Box 302, Republic 99166 JUVENILE COURT Admin: Ronald C. Dallas ........ (Colville) 684-2549 350 E. Delaware, Box 751, Republic 99166 DISTRICT COURT 350 E. Delaware, Box 214, Republic 99166 Norman G. Sauer Judge ............. 775-3161 X 234 278 E. Delaware, Box 348, Republic 99166 Deanna Nk;hol~, Chief Clerk ...... 775-3161 X FRANKLIN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 609 7320 Wesr Ouinault St, Kennewick 9933B PO Box3051, Tri-~'ties 9~302-3051 C~rolyn A. Brown. Judge ...... 783-1471 Fred R. Staples, Judge ...................... 783-1471 Duane E. Taber Ju~e ......................... 783-1471 Albert J. Yenco~dl, Judge ................. 783-1471 Dennis D. Yule, Judge .................... 783-1471 Kathi M. Dell, Court Administrator ......... 763-1471 Beverly Finke, County Clerk .................. 545-3525 1016 North Fourth. Pasco 99301 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Douglas Loree ................783-2151 5806 W. Canal P~ #I08, Kannawick 99336 DISTRICT COURT 1015 North Fifth, Pasco 99301 H.W. Felsted, Judge .............................. 545-3593 Vie Vanderschoor, Court Oomm ............ 645-,3595 Terrle Yonts, Court Administrator .......... 545-3595 GARFIELD COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 County Courthouse, PO Box 915 Pomeroy 99347 John M. Lyden, Judge .............. (Asotin) 243-4182 Coumy Courthouse, PO Box 159 Asotin 99402 Rich D. Bums, Court Commissioner ...... 843-1396 Patrick McCabe, Court Comm....: .......... 843-3685 Doris Landkammer, Court Commissioner/ County Clerk ........................................ 843-3731 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Vond~ Campbell ............. 75~-1623 1603 Dustan Loop, C/arkston 99403 DISTRICT COURTS Co. Courthouse, Box 817, Pomeroy 99347 C. Paul Miller, Judge ..............................843-1002 Vannetta I Jennings, Clerk ..................... 843.1002 GRANT COUNW SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 DMsion & "C" Sts. NW, PO Box 37 Ephrata 98823 Jerry J. Mobe~, Judge ............... 764-2011 X 444 Evan E. Sperline, Judge .............. 754.2011 X 444 James R. Brown Court Comm ..754-2011 X 314 M nde Finke,Adm nistrator Bailiff. 754-2011 X 444 Dedra Osbom, County Clerk ....... 754-5638 X 318 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Robert J. Cornwall 784-20t I X350 4 Cyrus Road, PO BOx 5, Ephrata 98823 DISTRICT COURT " Oivisi6n & "C" Sts NW, PO'Box 87 Ephrata 98823 W. Edward Allan, Judge .............. 754-2011 X Cad N. Warring, Judge ................ 754.2011 X 436 Shidey Keanan, Court Admln ...... 754.2011 X 436 GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 100 W Broa~Jway, PO Box 590 Montesano 98563 David E. Foscue, Judge ......................... 249-3812 Michael G. Spencer, Judge ................... 249-5140 Ralph I, Thom,,s, Court Comm .............. 249-4342 101 South First, Montesano 98563 Ralph I Thomas, Court Administrator ...249-5311 Jadde J. Busse, County Clerk ............... 249.3642 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Rod Hading ..................... 533-3919 103 Junction Ci~ Rd, Aberdeen 98520 DISTRICT COURTS GRAYS HARBOR NO. 1 100 W Broadway #202, PO Box 647 Monmsano 98541 Stephen F_ Brown, Judge ............ 249-3441 Mary Fry. Chief Clerk ......................... 249-3441 GRAYS HARBOR NO. 2 2109 Surnner Ave, #201, PO Box 142 Abardee~ 98520 L Thomas Parker, Judge ........ 532-7061 Juanit,~ RourkB, Ct~ef Clerk .... 532-7061 JUDICIAL BRANCH 15 ISLAND COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 S4"xth & Main, Box 5000, Coupevflle 98239 Allan R. Hancock, Judge ....................... 679-7361 Richard L. Pitt, Judge ............................ 679-7361 David P. Walker, Court Comm ............ 679-4267 PO Box 897, Oak Harbor 98277 Carol K. Glover. Court Administrator ..... 679-7361 Marilee A. Black. County Clerk. .............. 679-7359 PO Box 1317, CoupewTle 98239 JUVENILE COURT AdminisCatar: Elizabeth A. McKay ........ 679-7325 502 N. Main, PO Box 5000 Coupev~lle 98239-5000 DISTRICT COURT 7006 - 70~h NE, Oak Harbor 98277 Made E. Wilcox, Judge .......................... 675-5988 Lynne Hewer, Court Admin .................... 675-5988 JEFFERSON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 Jefferson & Cass Sts, PO Box 1220 Port Townsend 98368 William E. Howard, Judge ...................... 3&5-9130 Glenn Abraham, Court Carom ............... 385-3388 Marianne Waiters, Court Commissioner/ Admlnistrator/Counpj Clerk .................. 385-9t25 JUVENILe: COURT Administrator: Lois M. Smith .................. 385-9190 1820 Jefferson ST. PO Box 1220 Port Townsend 98368 DISTRICT COURT 1820 Jefferson St, PO Box 1220 Port Townsend 98368 Thomas J. M~jhan Judge ..................... 385-9135 Sue K. D ingham, Chief Clerk .............. 385-9137 KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 G-903 King County Courthouse 516 Third Avenue, Seattle 98104 Susan FL Agtd, Judge ............................ 296.9105 Patdda H. Aitken, Judge ....................... 343-2662 Sharon S. Armstrong, ~]udge ................. 296-9130 James W. Bates, Jr. Judge .................... 296-9115 Lloyd W. Bayer, Judge ........................... 296-9120 Bobbe J. Bridge, Judge ......................... 296-9250 Mary Wicks Brucker, Judge ................... 296-9285 Charles S. Burdell, Jr, Judge ................. 296-9295 Terrence A. Carroll, Judge ..................... 296-9290 Warren Chan, Judge .............................. 296-9125 John M. Darrah, Judge .......................... 296-9160 Robert E. Dixon, Judge .......................... 296-9135 James J. Dora, Judge ............................ 296-9145 William L. Downing, Judge .................... 296-9362 Joan DuBuque, Judge ........................... 296-9255 Anne L. Ellington, Judge ........................ 296-9095 Faith Enyeart, Judge .............................. 296-9140 George A. Finkle, Judge ........................ 296-9235 Michael J. Fox, Judge ............................ 296-9190 Donald D. Haley, Judge ......................... 296-9165 Edward Haavey, Judge .......................... 296-9170 Nancy Ann Holman, Judge .................... 296-9175 _Norton Smit~ Huggins, Judge ................ 296-9096 Hichald M. Ishikawa, Judge .................. 296-9185 Chades V. Johnson, Judge .................... 296-9190 Jerome M. Johnson, Judge ................... 296-9195 Robert S. Laskin, Judge ........................ 296.9113 J. Kathleen Learned, ,Judge ................... 296-9205 George T. Mattson, Judge ..................... 343-2662 LaRoy McCulleugh, Judge ..................... 296-9245 James D. McCutcheon, Jr, Judge ......... 296-9210 James A, Nee, Judge ............................ 296-9220 Carmen Otero, Judge ............................ 296-9275 Marsha J. Pechman. Judge ................... 296-9103 ArthurE. P/abler, Judge .................... 296-9225 Norman W. Q~Jinn. Judge ................... 296-9~30 Dale B. Ramerman, Judge ......... 296-9235 Carol Schapira. Judge ................. 296-9150 Stevan G. Scott. Judge ............... 29~-9111 Peter K. Steere. Judge ......... 2o,~-9251 Frank L Sullivan, Ju~:fge ........ 296-9260 Uem E. Tua~, Judge ......... 296-9265 Anthony P. Wartn~,, Judge ~~296-9270 TI55120902
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16 JUDICIAL BRANCH King County Superior Court continued R. Joseph Wesley, Judge ..................... 296-9280 Mauric~ Mo Epstein, Court Comm ......... 296-9330 Stephen M. Geddis, Court Comm ........ 296-9330 Jack A. ~chey, Court Comm ................ 296-9330 Joan B. Allison, Family Law Comm ....... 296-9335 Carlos Y. Velatequi F. Law Comm ....... 296-9335 Ganj Tomlinson, Court Administrator ..o.296-9305 E-935 King Co. Courthouse, Sear~e 98104 Majory Mathews-Hellman Dir-Fam Ct..2.°6-9390 Claudia Olney, Oir-Court Operations ..... 296-9390 James G. Cantu. Budget D~rector .......... 296-9310 M. Janice Michels, Director Judicial Administration Department ..... 296-7845 E-609 King Co. Courthouse, Seattle 98104 JUVENILE COURT OPERATIONS Director: Bruce Knutson ......................... 296.1132 1211 E. Aider, PO Box C22314, Seat1/a 98122 DISTRICT COURTS I~(~i County District Courts Administrator ce of the Presiding Judge E-340 King Co. Courthouse, Seatt/e 98104 AUKEEN 1210 South Central, Kant 98031 Donald A. Eide Judge ........................... 296-7740 Darrell E. Phillipson, Judge .................... 299-7740 Stephen M. Sward, Jud~le ..................... 295-7740 Le Sanchez, Court Admsnistrater ........... 296-7749 BELLEVUE 585- 112th Ave $E, Bellevue 98004-6460 Brian D. Gain, Judge ..... ; ....................... 296-3650 Joel A.C. Rindal, Judge ......................... 296-3650 Lorraine Nelson, Court Administmter ....295-3650 FEDERAL WAY 33506 - 10th P/ace S, Federal Way 98003-6396 Carolyn J. Hayek, Judge ........................ 839-6970 E.T. Leverette, Judge ............................ 838-6970 Janet McCrary, Court Administrator ...... 839-6970 ISSAQUAH 640 NW Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 98027 Peter D. Jarvis, Judge ........................... 296-7688 James Cayce, Court Commissioner ...... 296-7688 Jadde Roberts, Court Administrator ...... 296-7688 MERGER ISLAND 8525 SE 68th. Mercer Is/and 98040 Suzanne Biggs Stables, Judge .............. 232-7760 Neva R. Ely, Court Admin ...................... 232-7760 NORTHEAST 15920 NE 85th. PO Box 42=3 Redmond 98073-0425 David S. Admire, Judge ......................... 296-3667 John D. Law.son, Judge ......................... 296-3667 Will Roarty, Judge .................................. 296-3667 J. Wesley Saint Clalm, Magistrate ......... 296-,-'.q667 =Vicl[~a~,n. Grace, Court Admin ............. 296.,.,~67 3407 NE Second St, Renton 98056-4193 ChadBs J. Delaurenti, II, Judge ............. 296-3532 Robert E. McBeth, Judge ....................... 296-3532 Melanle M. Gain, Court Administrator ,., 296-3532 SEATTLE E-327 ~. n_g County Courthouse 518 Third Avenue, Seattle 98104 Darcy C. Goodman, Judge .................... 296-,3610 E.301 K~ng County Courthouse Laura C. Inveen, Judge ......................... 296-3630 E.338 King County Courthouse Philip Y. Kil~ien, Judge ........................... 296-3615 E-~12 King County Courthouse Bill Lewis. Judge .................................... 296-3620 E.341 King county Courthouse John G. RitEbie, Judge .......................... 296-3625 E.326 ~Kin_g County Courthouse JamBs B. Gotham. Magistrate ............... 296-3589 Cathleen M. Grindle, Court Admin ......... 296-3617 SHORELINE 18110 Midvale Ave North, PO Box 7058 Seattle 98133 James R. Cook, Judge ...................... 296-3679 Robert A. Wa¢kar, Judge .................. 2g~;-367g Douglas J. Smith, Magistrate ................ 296,3679 Carol Vo Lagozzino, Court Adrnin ........ 296-3679 SOUTHWEST 601SW 149th Street Sea~Je 98166 _Mz~]yn Jordan. Judge ............... 296-0144 Ga~ 1% U~ard= Uudge ..... 296-o144 Ned Zenk, Court Administrater ~_w296-0133 VASHON ISLAND DEPT (Southwest District Court) 99th S W and SW 192nd. PO Box 111 Vashon Island 98070 Phillip B. Sohwarz, Judge ..................... 344-6964 Harder Clayton, Court Comm/Admin ..... 344-6964 KITSAP COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 614 Division Street, Port Orchard 98366 Karen B. Conoley, Judge ....................... 8767140 Terence Henley, Judge .......................... 876-7140 Leonard W. Kruse Judge ...................... 876-7140 James I. Maddock, Judge ...................... 876-7140 James D. Roper, Judge ......................... 876-7140 Leonard W. Costello. Court Comm ........ 876-7140 Madelyn Botta Mays, Court Admin ........ 876-7140 Cathy Poweli, Court Scheduler .............. 876-7008 Robert L. Freudenstein, County Clerk ...876-7164 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: J. Edward Friswoid ......... 876-7055 1338 SW Old Clifton Rd, Port Orchard 98366 DISTRICT COURTS KITSAP COUNTY NORTH 19050 Jansen PO Box 910 Poulsbo 98~70~ay Stephen E. Alexander, Judge ................ 876-7066 or 779-5600 Nine Seaberg, Court Comm .................. 876-7066 or 779-,5600 KITSAP COUNTY SOUTH 614 DMsion Street Port Orchard g~366 W. Daniel Phillips, Judge ....................... 895-3769 James M. Riehl, Judge .......................... 895-3786 Joan C. Kaul. Court Comm/Admin ........ 876-7033 KITTITAS COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 205 Wast Fifth, Ellensburg 98926 Michael E. Cooper. Judge ..................... 962-7533 Robert L. Fraser, Court Comm .............. 0(~2-7511 Anna M. B~maby Court Admin .............. 962-7533 Carol R. Hoffman, Co. Clerk .................. 962-7531 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Gerald W. Bailey ............ 962-7516 205 West Fifth, Ellensburg 98926 DISTRICT COURTS LOWER KITTITAS 205 West Fifth, Ellensburg 98926 Robert L Fraser, Judge ......................... 962-7511 Pamela Bennett, Court Comm ............... 962-7511 Pamela Shuart, Clerk ............................. 962-7511 UPPER KITTITAS 301 West First, #4, Die Elum 98922 Paul P. Pangrazl, Judge ........................ 674-5533 Linda D. Chide, Court Comm/Clerk ...... 674-5533 KMCKITAT COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 205 South Columbus Ave, #206 Goldanda/e 98620-9290 Ted Kolbaba, Judge ...............................773-5755 Joe V. Churchill,Court Commissioner... 7734171 ~01S. Columbus Ave, PO Box 132 Goldendele 98620 Christine Jaekel, Court Administrator .... 773-5755 Kay Cameron, County Clerk .................. 773-5744 205 S. Columbus Ave, #204 Goldenda/e 98620 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Keith J. Anderson ........... 773-3355 228 W. Main S~, Rm 120, Goldendale 98620 DISTRICT COURTS EAST DISTRICT COURT 205,9. Columbus Ave, #107 Goldenda/e 98620-9290 Joe V. Churchill. Judge ....................... 773-3311 Renea Campbell, Court Comrn/Adrnin..773-4670 Charlotte Maynard, Clerk ..................... 7734670 WEST DISTRICT COURT 180 NW Uncotn St PO Box435 Whi~e S~'~on 98672 Robert D. Weisfield, Judge .............. 493-1190 Becky Stewart. Court Administ~tor._~493-1190 Fay Campbell, Clerk .................... 493-1 tg0 LEWIS COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 351NW IVo[lh St, PO Box 357 Cheha/is 98532 David R. Draper, Judge ............... 749-9121 X 170 John H. Hail, Judge ..................... 746.9121 X 174 Ghades Ray Byrd. Ct Comm ....... 748-9121 X 200 345 W. Main, PO Box 336, Chahalis 98532 James B. Gober. Court Comm .............. 748-6320 156 W. Main, PO Box 1232, Chehalis 98532 James S. Turner, Ct Comm ........ 748-9121 X 200 345 W. Main, PO Box 336, Cheha/is 98532 Louise M. Amell. Court Admin ..... 748-912t X 333 Donna M. Karvia, Co. Clerk ........ 748-9121 X 287 351 NW North , PO Box 1124, Chehalis 98532 JUVENILE COURT Admin: Richard A. OeVany ......... 748-9121 X 178 1255 SW Pacific, PO Box 923, Chehalis 98532 DISTRICT COURT 34E; West Main, PO Box 336, Chahalis 98=332 Charles Ray Byrd, Judge ............ 748-9121 X 200 James S. Turner. Judge .............. 748-9121 X 200 Pamela Zimmerman Chief Clerk ................................. 748-9121 X 200 LINCOLN COUNT~ SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 450 Logan St, Box 396, Davenport 99122 Philip W. Borst, Judge ........................... 725-3081 Joyce Denison. Ct Comm/Co. Clerk ...... 725-1401 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: William W. Manlon .......... 725-7475 450 Logan St PO Box 5, Davenport 99122 DISTRICT COURT 4~0 Logan St, Box 118, Davenport 99122 Jack R. Buck, Judge .............................. 725-2281 Donna Sitko, Chief Clerk ....................... 725-2291 MASON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 Fourth & Alder Sis, PO Box 340 She/ton 98584 James B. Sawyer, II, Judge ........ 427-9670 X 348 Robert Wilson-Hose Court Comm ........ 426-2999 Pat Swartos, Court Admin stretod County Clerk .............................. 427-9670 X 347 JUVENILE COURT Adm: Harris H. Haertal .....427-9~70 X 332 or337 Fourth & Alder Sis, PO Box 368 She/ton 98584 DISTRICT COURT Fourth & Aider S~s, PO BOx Shelton 98584 shL~i eJ. King Judge .................... 427-9670 X 339 y J. Rogers, C ark .............. 427-9670 X 342 OKANOGAN COUNT( SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 149 Third N, PO Box 112, Okanogan 98840 James R. Thomas, Judge ...................... 422-3980 David S. Edwards. Court Comm ........ ,...422-3990 Peggy L Melvin. Court Administrator .... 422-3980 JacYJe L Bradley, County Clerk ............ 422-3650 149 Third N, PO BOx 72, Okanogan 98840 JUVENILE COURT Administrator:. Steve Ayres .................... 42~-3462 ~7 Fourth N, PO Box 432, Okanogan 98840 DISTRICT COURT 149 Tt~'rd N, PO BOx 1096, Okanogan 99840 Christopher I= Culp Judge ............... 422-2944 David S. Edwards, ~Judge ........ 422-2944 CaJ~olyn Sonar. Court Administn~t~r.~422-2944 TI55120903
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PACIFIC COUN/Y sUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 CcunO[ Courthouse. Second Floor po Box 67, South Bend 98586 Joel Penoyar, Judge ................... 875-6541 X 323 charles Hutchins, Court Comm ............. 875-5555 411 Wi//apa, PO Box 243, South Bend 98586 Douglas Goelz, Court Comm ...... g75-G.~41 X ~;4 Mafilyn Clearwater, Court Admin 875,9327 X 324 Gail Hatfield, Ct Comm/Co. Clerk875,9320 X 222 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: James Briganti ................ 875-9350 county Courthouse, Second Floor PO Box 93, South Bend 98586 DISTRICT COURTS NORTH DISTRICT COURT Coun(Y Courthouse, Second Floor PO Box 13~, South Bend 98586 Andrew L. Monson, Judge ..................... 875-9354 Jan Wilson, Clerk ................................... 875-9354 SOUTH DISTRICT COURT N. Second, PO,Box ~5, Long Beach 98631 Douglas Goelz, ,Judge ........................... 642-9417 Tamara Fluharty, Clerk .......................... 642-9417 PEND OREILLE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 Hall of Justice, 229 South Garden Ave. PO Box 5000, Newport 99156.5000 Lar~y Mo Kristianson, Judge .. (Newport) 447-4317 215 S. Oak, PO Box 579 Colviile 99114 ....................... (Colville) 684-2181 Fred L. Stewart, Judge ......... (Newport) 447-4317 215 S. Oak. PO Box 579 Colvi/le 99114 ....................... (Colville) 684-2181 Ralph L. Perkins, Court Comm .............. 447-4410 Judy Americk, Court Admin .~...(Colville) 684-2181 215 S. Oak, PO Box 579, CoMI/e 99114 Winnie Sundseth, County Clerk ............. 447-2435 JUVENILE COURT ~ dm.in:...Rpnald C. D_elles ........ (Colville) 684.2549 inoy u.e!ay, erob uoun ....... (Newport) 447-4021 Ha/I or,mstiae, 229 B. Garden Ave PC Box 5000, Newpor~ 99156 DISTRICT COURT 239 S. Garden, PO Box 5000, Newport 99156 Ralph Lo Perkins. Judge ......................... 447-4110 Kathleen Williams, Clerk ....................... 447-4110 PIERCE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AI~EA CODE 206 930 Tacoma Avenue South, Tacoma 98402 J. Kelley Arnold, Judge .......................... 591-3655 Nile E. Aubrey. Judge ............................ 591-7564 Rasanne Buckner, Judge ...................... 591-7502 Bruce W. Cohee, Judge ......................... 591-3~46 James P. Healy, Judge .......................... 591-7566 E. Albert Morrison, Judge ...................... 591-7568 Robert H. Paterson, Judge .................... 591-7562 Thomas R. Sauriol Judge ..................... 591-7571 Karen G. Se nfe d, Judge ....................... 591-3651 D. Gary Steiner, Judge .......................... 591-7572 Waldo F. Stone, Judge .......................... 591-7573 Thomas A. Swayze, Jr, Judge ............... 591-7574 Donald H. Thompson, Judge ................. 591-7576 Brian M. Tollefson, Judge ...................... 591-7565 Arthur W. Verharen, Judge .................... 591-7578 Paul Boyle, Court CommLssioner ........... 591-7561 Meagan Foley Court Commissioner ..... 591-7561 David H. Johnson, Court Comm ............ 591-7561 John B. Krilich, Court Comm ................. 591-7261 James M. MarshaJl, Court Comm .......... 591-7561 Bevedy Bright. Court Adminisb'ator ....... 591-3654 Tad Rutt. County Clerk ......................... 591-7464 JUVENILE COURT Adndnistrator: Steve E. Johnston ........ 756-0606 5501 Sixth Avenue. Tacoma 98406 OISTRICT COURTS PIERCE COUNTY #1 930 Tacoma Ave S.. dr01. Tacoma 98402 James FL He;let. Judge ............... 59t-7485 Thomas P. Laddn, Judge ........... 591-7488 Filis L Otto. Judge ......................... 591-7483 _Rudolph J. Tollefson, Judge ................. 591-7483 Hon ~ulpepper, Court Comm ............... 591-7484 Kath~n Guykema Court Comm ......... 591-7486 Michael A. Kilborn~ Court Admin ........... 591-7788 PIERCE COUNTY #2 6659 Kimball Drive NW, B/dg "D" Gig Harbor 98335 John Ao Paglia, Judge ............................ 85t -5131 Barbara J. Smith, Court Admin .............. 851-5131 Phyllis Adair Clerk ................................. 851-5131 PIERCE CO~I'NTY #3 201 CenterSt W, PO Box 105 Eatonville 98328 A'Lan S. Hutchinson, Judge .................. 832-6000 Rosemade Van Clave, Ct Comm/CIk .... 832-6000 Judy K. Cawley, Clerk ............................ 832-6000 PIERCE COUNTY #4 811 Main St, PO Box 110 Buck/ey 98321 Richard F. DeJean. Judge ~ .................... 863-5047 Shirley Wyt~o, Chief Clerk ..................... 829--0411 SAN JUAN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 350 Court Street PO Box 1249 Friday Harbor 98250 Allan R. Hancock Judge .................... 378-2399 Richard L. Pitt, J~dge ............................ 378-2399 Donald E. Eaton, Court Comm .............. 376-2181 Carol K. Glover, Court Administzator ..... 376-2399 Reatrice G. Crossman, County Clerk .... 378-2163 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: David L. Zeratzke ........... 378-4620 135-A Rhone Street, PO Box 105"5 Fdday Harbor 98250 DISTRICT COURT Second & CouR Sts, PO Box 127 Friday Harbor 98250 John O. Linde, Ju .d¢je ............................. 378-4017 Marion Melville, Ch=e~f Clerk ................... 378-4017 SKAGIT COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 202 Courthouse, Mount Vernon 98273 Stan K. Bruhn. Judge .............................335-9320 Gilbert E. Mullah, Judge ........................ 336-9320 George Mclntesh, Court Commissioner 336-9320 Pamela M, Green, Court Admin ............ 636-9320 Phyllis Coole-McKeehen, Co. Clerk ...... 335,9440 Third & Kincaid, #302, PO Box 837 Mount Vernon 98273 JUVENILE COURT Adminis~'ator: Tern/Rousseau .............. 336-9360 Courthouse Annex, Mount Vernon 98273-4298 DISTRICT COURT Public Safe~y Bldg, 600 South Third Moun! Vernon 98273 Eugene C. Anderson, Judge ................. 336-9319 Lahy E, Moiler Judge ............................ 336-9319 Pamela K. Terwil igor, Court Admin ....... 336-9319 SKAMANIA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 Second & Russell, PO Box 790 Stevenson 88~48 Tad Kolbaba0 Judge .................... 427-5141 X 243 (Goldendale) 773-5755 Karen S. Wyninger. Court Comm 427-5141 X 230 Chdst~na Jaekel, Court AdminisVator .................. (Goldendale) 776-5755 Lorena Hollis, County Clerk ................... 427-5141 JUVENILE COURT Admin: Thomas McDonnell ......... 427-5141 X 262 Second & Russell, PO Box 790 Stevenson98648 DISTRICT COURT Second & Rus=~el/. PC BOx 790 Stevenson 98648 Ronald Reynier, Judge ............... 427-5141 X 230 Karen S. Wyninger, Court Commissioner/ Administrator .......... 427-5141 X 230 Sue McL~n, Clerk .... 427-5141 X230 JUDICIAL BRANCH 17 SNOHOMISH COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 3000 Rockefeller Avenue. Everett 9820 ~ Robert C. Bibb, Judge ............... 388-3608 Stuart Co French, Judge ........................ 388-3418 Paul D. Ransen Judge .......................... 388-3607 Danie T. Kershner. Judge ................. 388-3356 GeraJd L. Knight, Judge ......................... 388-3571 John E. Rutter, Jr, Judge ....................... 388-3408 Joseph A. Thibodeau, Judge ................. 388-3421 Richard Thorpe, Judge .......................... 388.3532 John F. Wilson, Judge ........................... 388-~449 Arden J. Bedle, Court Commissioner .._388-3567 Kathryn Trumbull, Court Comm ............. 388-3688 Lester H. Stewart, Court Administrator .o 388-3536 Kay D. Anderson, County Clerk ............. 388-3543 Mission Bldg, #246, Coun~ Courthouse Everett 98201 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Michael Fo Sullivan ......... 259-0031 2801 Tenth Street, Everett 98201 DISTRICT COURTS CASCADE 415 East Burke. Arlington 98223 Jay F. Wisman Judge ........................... 652-9552 Pau F. Moon, Court Commissioner ...... 652-9552 Jill Koepp, Court Admin ........................ 652-9552 EVERETT 8000. Rockefeller Avenue. Everett 9820 1 Thomas E. Kelly. Judge ......................... 388-3533 Donald E. Priest, Judge ......................... 3~8-3580 Lois A. Eaden, Court Administrator ....... 338-3590 EVERGREEN 13801 - 179th Street BE, PO Box 625 Monroe 98272 Steve M. Clough. Judge ....794-8033 or 568-8572 Gerald R. Gates, Court Commissioner ................. 794-6033 or 568-8572 Karen A. Wick, Court Administrator ................... 794-8033 or 568-8572 SOUTH 20520.68th Ave West, Lynnwood 98036 Robert E. Schillberg, Judge ................... 774-8803 W. Laurence Wilson, Judge ................... 774-8803 Thomas J, Wynne, Judge ...................... 774-8808 Carol J. Wilson, Court Administrator ..... 774-8803 SPOKANE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 West 1116 Broadway, PO Box 470 Spokane gg260-0090 Robert D. Austin, Judge ......................... 456-4709 Harold D. Clarke, Judge ........................ 456-5713 Michael E. Donohue, ,Judge .................. 456-5784 Wil)iam J. Grant, Judge .......................... 456-5717 Marcus M. Kelly, Judge ......................... 456-5792 William G. Luscher, Judge ..................... 456-4766 Thomas E. Merryman, Judge ................ 456-4795 James M. Murphy, Judge ...................... 456.4712 Kathleen Mo O'Connor, Judge ............... 456-4707 John A, Schultheis, Judge ..................... 456-4704 Royce H. Moo, Court Comm .................. 456-5702 Neal Q. Rielly, Court Comm .................. 456-2220 David M. Thorn, Court Commissioner ...456-2412 Joseph F. Valente, Court Comm ........... 456-2253 Robert K. Cadberg, Court Admin ........... 456-5790 Thomas R. Fallqulst, County Clerk ........ 456-2211 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Leland E. Fish ................456,4742 West 1208 Mellon, Spokane 99201-2091 DISTRICT COURTS GHENEY 611 Second Street Cheney 99004 D~niel T. Magus, Judge ........................ 235-6228 (Spokane) 456-2280 Patfida M. Warnick, Clerk ..................... 235-6228 DEER PARK 316 Grawford. Deer Park 99086 John J. M.a.d. dan. Judge ..... (Spokane) 456-2297 Christine NK:UOy. Clerk ........ 276--8802 MILLWOOD East 9103 Frederick. Spokane 99205.4302 John P. Nolette, Judge ..... (Millwood) 92¢91158 1000 W Malion, Spokane 99260 ___456-4217 JuiCe Cur~s. Oep Court Admin .456-2267 TI55120904
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18 JUDICIAL BRANCH Spokane County District Courts continued SPOKANE W. 11o0 Mallon, Public Salary B/dg Sp_okane 99260 Ch~s~ne Cerey, Judge ........................458-4723 Chades S. Dorn, Judge ......................... 456-2281 John J. Madden, Judge ......................... 456-2297 Daniel T. Maggs, Judge ......................... 456-2280 John P. Nollette, Judge .......................... 456-4217 Richard J. Richard Judge ..................... 458-2527 Raymond R. Tanksley, Jr, Judge .......... 456-2277 Richard F. Wrenn, Judge ....................... 456-2276 Terence D. Edwards, Court Administalor456-4214 Julia Curtis, Dep. Court Admin .............. 456-2287 STEVENS COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 215South Oak, PO Box579, Colvil/e 99114 Larry M. Kristianson, Judge ................... 684-2181 Fred!- Stewart, Judge .......................... 684-2181 Andrew B/aft, Court Commissioner ....... 684-5212 N. 259 Maple St, Colville 99114 Judy Americk, Court Administrator ........ 684-2161 Patricia Chester, County Clerk .............. 684-6111 Coun(y Courthouse, Box 350, Co/villa 99114 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Ronald C. Dallas ............ 684-2549 215 South Oak, PO Box 2S6, CoMi/e 9911,$ DISTRICT COURT 215 South Oak, PO Box 163, Co/villa 99114 David Ead McGrane, Judge .................. 684-5249 Delores J. Susemiehl, Chief Clerk ......... 664-5249 THURSTON COUNT~' SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 2000 Lakeridge Drfve SW, B/dg 2 Mailstop FQ- 11, Olympia 98502 Daniel J. Berschauer0 Judge ................. 786-5562 Paula Casey, Judge ............................... 786-5564 Robert J. Do/an, Judge .......................... 786-5561 Carol A. Fuller, Judge ............................ 786-5563 Richard A. Strophy, Judge ..................... 786-5565 Richard D. Hicks, Court Comm ............. 786-5574 Carolyn Failing~ Court Administrator ...... 786-5559 Thelma "Chum" Thomas, Co. Clerk ....... 786-5431 JUVENILE COURT Administrator:. Corinne Newm~m ............ 786-5575 1520 Irving Street SW, Tumwater 98502 PO Box 2256, Olympia 98507 DISTRICT COURT 2000 Lakeddge Drive SW, Bldg 3 Mailstop FQ-11, OlYmPia 98502 Susan A. Dubuisson, Judge .................. 786-5450 Clifford L. Stiiz, Jr, Judge ....................... 786-5450 Judy Law./enos, Court Administrator ..... 786-5450 WAHKIAKUM COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 64 Main St., PO Box 116, Cathlamet 98612 Joel Penoyar, Judge .............................. 795-3558 (South Bend) 875-6541 X 323 William J. Faubion, Court Comm ........... 795-3461 G.eorge F. Hanlgan,.Co.urt Comm .......... 795-6494 Nan/gan B/dg, 68 Main St, PO Box 39 Cathlamet 98612 Fred Johnson, Court Commissioner ...... 795-3852 Phyllis W~ka, County Clerk ..................... 795-3558 JUVENILE "COU RT Administrator: James Br~ganti ................ 875-9350 County Courthouse, PO Box 93 Sou~h Bend 88586 DISTRICT COURT 64 Main SL, PO Box 144, Cethlarnet 98612 Wiili~n J, Fau~on~ Jud~le ..................... Diana Nichols. Chief Clerk .................. 796-6461 WALLA WALL& COUN'P/ SUPERIOR COURT 315 West Ma~, PO Box 836 Wali~ Wa]~a 99362 Yancey Reset, ,~Jdge ~ AREA COOE 509 __.527.3228 Donald W. ~chachh Judge .................. 527.3228 H.H. Hayner. Court Commissioner ........ 527-3500 249 W. AJder, PO Box 1757 Walls Walls 99362 Howard J. Martin, Court Comm ............. 527-6260 328 W. Poplar, PO Box641 Wa/la Walla 99382 Kathy Martin, County Clerk .................... 527-3221 JUVENILE COURT Administrator, (Acting) Mike Bates ....... 527-3275 310 West Poplar, PO Box 159S Walla Wa//a 99362 DISTRICT COURTS COLLEGE PLACE 317S. College Ave, College F/ace 99324 R. Gary Pont], Judge ............................. 525-5090 103 East Poplar, Walls Walls 99362 Marian I indemann, Admin/Clerk .: ......... 529-1253 WALLA WALLA 328 West Poplar, PO Box 641 Walls Walls 99362 Jerry A. Votendahl, Judge .................... 527-3236 Lonna M. Paul, Court Administrator ...... 527.3236 Virginia Holmes, Asst Court Admin ....... 529-3236 WHATCOM COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 206 311 Grand Avenue, Bel/ingham 98225 Michael F. Moynihan, Judge .................. 676-6725 David A. Nichols, Judge ......................... 676--6795 Byron L. Swedberg, Judge .................... 676-6783 Frank A. Morrow, Court P~omm ............. 676-6715 N.F. Jackson, Court Commissioned Administrator ........................................ 676-7688 N.F. Jackson, County Clerk ................... 676-6777 311 Grand Ave. PO Box 1144 Bellingham 98225 JUVENILE COURT Administrator:. Gerald K, Wood ..............676-6780 311 Grand Avenue, Be//ingham 98225 DISTRICT COURT 311 Grand Avenue, Bel/ingham 98225 David E. Rhea, Jr, Judge ....................... 6766770 Edward B. Ross, Judge ......................... 676-6770 Unda Gill Court Administrator ............... 676-6770 Stephan e Thomas, Ch el C ark ............. 676-6770 WHITMAN COUN'I~ SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 North 404 Main St., PO Box 390 Co/fax 99111 Wallls W. Fdel, Judge ............................397-4622 David J. Frazier, Court Comm ............... 367-6260 North 404 Main St, PO Box 230 Co/tax 99111 Gary J. Ubey, Court Commissioner ....... 397-4345 Robert F. Patrick. Ct, Comm (Pullman) 334-3505 210 Old National Bldg, PO Box 307 Pullman 99163 Shidey J. Bafus, County Clerk ............. 397-6240 JUVENILE COURT Jack W. Lien, Administrator ................... 397-6246 N. 400 Main St., PO Box 598, Coffax 99111 DISTRICT COURTS WHITMAN COUNTY N. 404 Ma/n St., PO Box 230, Co/fax 99111 David J. Frazier, Judge .......................... 397-6260 Douglas B. Robinson, Ct Comm. (Pull) 334-1510 Madynn Maridey, Court Admin .............. 397-6260 Donna Prince, Clerk ............................... 397-6260 PULLMAN BRANCH OFFICE City Ha//, PO Box 249, Pullman 99163 Dav=d J. Frazier, Judge .......................... 332-2065 N. ~02 M~]n St.. PO Box 230, Co/fax 9911 t Madynn Markley, Court Administrator ...332-2065 or 932-2200 Polly Roark, Clerk .................................. 332-2065 YAKIMA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AREA CODE 509 North Second & East "B" Sis, #323 Yakima 98901 Stephen M. Brown, Judge ..................... 575-4222 F. James Gavin. Judge .......................... 575.4223 Robed N. HackeR, Judge ...................... 575-4223 Bruce P. Hanson, Judge ........................ 575-4223 Michael W. Leavitt, Judge ...................... 575-4222 Heather K. Van Nuys, Judge ................. 575.4~22 Susan L Hahn, Court Comm ................ Philip M. Noon, Court Commissioner ................. (Grandview) 882-1446 207 W, Second St, Grandview 98930 Pauline A. Endquez, Court Admin ......... 575-4133 Betty McGillen, County Clerk ................. 575-4120 JUVENILE COURT Administrator: Paul W. Paterson ........... 575-4030 1728 Jerome Avenue, Ya/dma 98902 DISTRICT COURTS SUNNYSIDE 505 South Seventh St.. Sunnyside 98944 George Wynn Colby Judge .................. 837-3713 G oria Hintze, Administrative Assistant ......................... (Toppenish) 865-5070 510 W. First PO Box 446, Toppenlsh 9894B YAKIMA COU~ITY North Second & East =B" Sts, #225 Yakima 98901 George Wynn Colby, Judge .................. 575-4013 Dirk A. Madar, Judge ............................. 575.4036 George H. Mullins, Judge ...................... 575.4036 Randall L Marquis, Judge ..................... 575.4036 N.L. Pat Teague, Court Administrator ...575.4016 Sandra L. Hyde, Asst Ct Admin ............. 575.4033 'I'HE SUPERIOR COURTS OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON With Number of Authorized Judges TI55120905
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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 19 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH SENATE Legislative Evaluation & Accountability Program Committee Statute Law Committee Code Reviser Senateand Secretary Cl~='k of the House State Actuary HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Legislative Budget Committee • Legislative Transportatlon Committee OTHER COMMITTEES OF THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH ADMINISTRATIVE RULES REVIEW COMMITTEE ARTS COMMITI'EE~ JOINT LEGISLATIVE DOMESTIC TIMBER PROCESSING, JT SELECT COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, LEGISLATIVE COMMII"i'EE ON JUVENILE OFFENDERS, JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON LAW REVISION COMMISSION LEGISLATIVE ETHICS BOARD, JOINT LEGISLATIVE SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE LEGISLATIVE SYSTEMS, JOINT COMMITI'EE MARINE & OCEAN RESOURCES, JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON 1992 WASHINGTON SPANISH QUINCENTENNIAL COMMI'i'IEE PENSION POLICY, JOINT COMMITTEE ON PREFERRED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT, JT SEL COMM. FOR RETIREMENT, JOINT INTERIM COMMITTEE ON SUNSET REVIEW COMMITTEE, LEG. JOINT SELECT COMMfI-I'EE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE, JOINT SELECT COMMI'FI'EE ON UNIFORM LEGISLATIION COMMISSION WATER RESOURCE POLICY, JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE WASHINGTON STATE LEGISLATURE Washington St~te has a bicameral (two house) state legislature consisting of a senate end a house of representatives. Members of both houses are elected by the people with representatives serving two-year terms and senators four-year terms. One half of the senate is elected at the general election held In November of each even-numbered year. The senate is currently made up of forty-nine members and the house has ninety-eight members. Regular sessions of the legislature are held each year and convene on the second Monday in January. Dudng each odd-numbered year, the regular session must not exceed one-hundred five consecutive days. During each even-num- bered year, the regular session must not exceed sixty consecutive days. Special legislative sessions may be convened for a pedod of not more than thirty consecutive days by resoluti.on of the legislature upon the affirmative vote in each house of two-thirds of the members. The resolution convening the legislature must spedfy a purpose or porposes for the convening of a special session, and any spatial session convened by the resolution must consider only measures ger- mane to the purpose or purposes expressed in the resolution. During legislative sessions, the legislature is ealled upon to: enact or reject legislation allectJeg public policy in the state; provide for the levy and collection of taxes and other revenue to support state government and assist local govern- meat; and appropr~ta funds for these purposes. Although laws are enacted only when th~ l=0icLcdur= i= conv~,n~l in formal ~¢_~ion. policy issues =nd the oonaral operation of state and local government are under continuous review by legisla- tors serving on permanent and intedm study committees. "]]~e senate |nJtiates legislation, acts on legidation proposed in the house, and ¢o~F, rms certain gubernatorial appointments. Du~ sesskxts, the senate is organized into standing committees which ¢o~side~ and hold hearings on bills. The house of representative initiates and holds public hearings on proposed legislation, acts on legislation proposed by the senate, and has sole power to bring Impeachment proceedings. Standing committees are utilized in the consideration of all proposed legislation. The legislative branch was created pursuant to Article II, Washington State Constitution. LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION In the senate, the lieutenant governor serves as president of the senate and presiding officer. The members elect a president pro tempera, who acts as presiding officer when the !ieutenant governor is absent, and a vice president pro- temo The senate also elects the secretary of the senate and the sergeant-at-arms. The secretary of the senate is in charge of the senate journal, which contains the minutes; the receipt and filing of bills; and acts as personnel officer in charge of all senate employees. The sergeant-at-arms preserves order and controls visi- turs. Both of these officers, although elected by the senate, are non-legislators. The senate also elects from among its party membership: majority ~nd minority leaders who exercise leadership over their particular political party members; majority and minority whips who count votes, check attendance and maintain parlJsan discipline. Other officers elected by the political parties of the Washington State senate are: caucus chairman, assistant minority leader, caucus vice chairman and caucus secretary. In the house, a speaker is elected from the rna~odty ~arty to act as Ixes~ng officer. The speale~r appoints the various committees and acts as chairman of the rules committee. The house also elects a speaker pro tempera who serves in the absence of the speaker. A non-]egistato(" is alectsd chief dark along with a sergeant-~t-arms, bo~ of whom have s'~milar respenr~"oilities as the secretary of the senate and th~ senme TI55120906
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20 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH sergeant-at-arms respec~elj/. Within the political parses represented in the house are elected: majority and m[norRy leaders: majority and minodty whips; ass{stant majority and minodty leaders and whips. Quallflcotions for Legislators: 1. Citizen of the United States. 2. Qualified voter of the dis~ct from which he or she was chosen. Privileges of Leglslator=: 1. Salary ($17,900 per year, increasing to St 9,900 on September 3,1990). 2. Privileged from arrest or civil process while the legislature is in session except treason, felony and breach of peace. 3. Staff and secretarial assistance, 4. Right to speak freely dudng debate. THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS A bill may be introduced in either the senate orthe house of representatives, but the procedure by which a bill becomes a law is much the same, wherever the bill o~iginates. A bill is introduced in the senate by a member or members of that body. After the bill is filed with the secretary of the senate, it is given a number and, unless a majority demands it be read in full, it is read the first time by title only in open session of the senate, It is then referred to a standing committee el the senate. The committee studies the bill and often holds public hearings on it. The full committee meets to consider the information it has gathered. It may kill the bill, approve it with or without amendments, or draft a new bill on the same subject incorporating desired changes. The committee then reports back to the senate. If the majority is in favor of the bill as inl~oduced or with certain amendments, me chairman recommends the bill for passage. The committee report is read in open session of the senate, ~nd the bill is then referred to the rules commil~e. In each house, the most powerful committee is the rules committee. After the bill has been recommended for passage by the standing committee to which it was originally referred, the rules committee can either blockit or place it on the second reading calendar for debate before the entire body. When the bill appears on the ~a~endar for second reading, it is subject to amendmerlL It is then retumed to the rules committee where it must receive a favorable vote before being placed on the third reading calendar for final passage. This referral to rules is often by-passed by vote of the senate and the bill placed on final passage immediately following its second reading. Depending upon the degree of oontroversy, debate may last a few minutes to several hours or c~ays. After passing the senate, the bill will go through an almost identical procedure in the house. If the bill is passed by the house, but is amended by that body, the amendment must be concurred by the senate. If the s~nate dees not accept the change in the bill, ~z conference committee may be requested on the matter. If the conference committee cannot agree, a free conference committee may be appointed with power to rewrite the amendment or even write an entirely new bill. When the conferees reach agreement, they report to their respective houses. Their report is either accepted or rejected without any changes. If the report is accepted by beth houses, the bill is signed by the president of the senate and the speaker of the hous.e in open sessions of each body, and is then sent to the governor for his or her signature. Within five days. if the legislature is still in session, or twenty days after its adjoumrrlent, the governor may sign the bill or veto all or any section of it. The legislature can override the veto by a two-thirds vote of both houses. If the governor fails to act on a bill, it may become law without his or her signature. FIFTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE SENATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WASHINGTON STATE SENATE Legisla~va Bui/ding, AS.32, O~,ml~ia WA 98504-0432 Information: (205) 786.7550 Senale Officers and Staff President of the S~nate: Jo~l Pritchard President Pro Tempera: Alan Bluchel Vice President Pro Tempera: Ellen Craswell Secretary of the Senate: Gordon A. Golob Deputy Secretary of the Senate: W.D. "Nets" Naismith Sergeant-at-Arms: George W. LaPold Senate Caucus Officers Democratic Caucus ~3 Legislative Building Democratic Leader:, Larry L. Vognild Caucus Chair: Frank J. Warnke Democratic Floor Leader;. A~bert Bauer Caucus Vice Chair: R. Lorraine Wojahn Democratic Assistant Floor Leader: Nits ~neh~tt Democratic Whip: Rick S. Bender Democratic Assistant Whip: Patrick Re McMutlan Republican Caucus 412 Legi$1a~ve Bui/d'~ng Majority Leader:. Jeannette Hayner Caucus Chair:. George L Setiar Majority Rcor Leader:. Irv Newhcuse Majodty Whip: Ann Anderson Majority Deputy Leader:. Emilio Cantu Caucus ~rce Chair:, Stanley Or Johnson Malty Assistant ~ Leader:. Ga~/A. NeLson 7ER-7700 786-7672 786-7644 786-7550 786-7550 786-7560 786-7350 78~-767~ 766-7660 786-7696 766-7652 786-7690 786-76~ 786-7678 786-7566 786-7630 71~6-7522 786-7684 766-7682 786-7680 786-7654 786-7640 7867634 WASHINGTON STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Leg~sla~'ve Building, AS-33, (~/ympia WA 9850~.0433 Information: (206) 786-7750 House Offieera and Staff Speaker of the House: Joseph E. King Speaker Pro Tempera: John L. C)'Brien Chief Clerk: Alan Thomp¢on Deputy Chief Clerk: Dennis Karras Sergeant-at-Arms: Ross Young Heu=~ Caucus Officers O~mo¢ratlc Oaucu~ Third F/DOt, Lcgi~/ativ~ Building Majority Leader: Bdan Ebersole Democratic Caucus Chair: Lorraine A. Hine ~lssistant M~od.t), L,eader:.Mike Heavey ajodty Whip: ,J~m ~osemlg A. s~istsnt .Ma~orily ..W~_ ip: Grace C~ole /~sslstant..l~iodty Whip: Randy uom .,~SS!stant Ma~od~ .W._hip:..R~.,. n. Fraser LLsS~stant MaJodty W~,~!p: Holly Myers uemocraticuaucus wce Chairl~eCtetary: Cat Ar~derson Republican Caucus Third Floor, Legisla~'ve Builc~ng Minority Leader:. Cl¥cle Repub~isan Caucus Chai~. Eugene ~,. Pr~nce Minority Floor Leader:. Jean Marie Brough Minodty Whip: Louise Miller Assistant Minority Root Leader:. Fred May Assistant Minority Floor Leader:. Steve Fuhrman Republican ~(~'ganiZation Leede~ Shirley Hanklns .Repuldica.n.Caucus ~rce Chain ~ Walker Assistant Minority ~Mnip: Dick Assistant Minodly Whip: Duane Sommers Assistant Minod~ Wh~: Rose Bowman 786-7999 786-7928 766-7750 786-7750 786-7760 786-7766 786-7996 786-7834 786-7938 71~6-7882 786-79 10 786-7912 78~-'7940 78~-797G 78~-7966 7(]6-7768 786-7954 7~o7844 786-7830 786-7622 786-7926 766-7908 786-7986 7867958 7867898 78~-7~76 7~6-7990 TI55120907
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SENATE DIRECTORY LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 21 51st Legis.lalu.~:^1.990~ 2.5 Republicans, 24 Democrats Member l~/u~ washington State Senate • * Member 1989 Washington State House of Represantatives Dlstrlot 1.." Pads of King and Snohomish counties patty Murray (D)* 528 NW 203rd Place, Seattle 98177 Senate Office: 408 John A. Cherberg Building Administrative Assistant: Peter Rex District 2: Pads of.Pierce and Thurston counties Ken Madsen (D) PO Box 370, Roy 98580 Senate Office: 414 John A. Cherberg Building Administrative Assistant: Kathy Fewins District 3: Pa~ of Spokane County Lois J. Straiten (D)* 1724 West Mansfield, Spokane 99205 Senate Office: 427John A. Gherberg Building Administrative Assistant: Joan Rutherford 0is..tr!ct .4:?a~ of Spokane County I~0~ Mcuaslin (R)* ~enate Office: 105 Institutions Building Administrative Assistant: Mary Gray Dlstrlct 5: Part of Spokane County Gerald L. (Jerry) Saling (R)" 12515 North Fairwcod Drive, Spokane 99218 Senate Office: 115-B Institutions Building Administrative Assistant: Lorraine Williams 786-7600 7~6-7602 786-7604 786-7808 786-7608 Distrlct 6: Part of Spokane County James E. West (R)* PO Box 2792, Spokane 99220-0792 Senate Office: 115-D Inslitutions Building 786-7610 Administrative Assistant: Todd Mielke Dist.rlct 7: Fern/, Uncoln, Pond Ore/lie, Stevens, and parts of Okanogan and SpoP, ane counttes Scott Barr (R)* 409 Old Dominion Rd, Call,lie 99114 Senate Office: 107 Institutions Building 788-7612 Administrative Assistant: Kimberlee Cusick District 8; Part of Benton County Max E. Banltz (R)" Route 2, Box 2521, Presser 99380 Senate Office: 103 Institutions Building 786.761,4 Administrative Assistant: Vicki Era District gt Asotin, Columbia, Garfield, Whitman, and parts of Adams and Franklin counties E.G.'Pat" Patterson (R)° NE 400 Campus, Pullman 99163 Senate Office: 411 Legislative Building 786-7620 Administrative Assistant: Kaye Sandahl Dlsb'Ict 10: Island and parts of Skagit and Snohomish counties Jack Metc~lf (R)* 3273 Saratoga Road, Langley 98260 Senate Office: 202 Institutions Building 786-7618 Administrative Assistant: Laurie Schock District 11: Part of King County Leo K. Thorsness (R)* 9640 Rainier Avenue Soulh, Seattle 98118 Senate Office: I09-A Institutions Bu!lp'n~g 786-7616 Adm/nist[ative Assistant: Bonnie Undell District 12: Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and parts of Kittitas. Lincoln, and Ok~nogan counties George h Sellar (R)" I324 Terrace Dnve, East Wenatchee 98802 S~J~t~ Office: 312 Legislativa Building 786-7622 Adrn]nlsuatlve Assistant: Bey Voze~lek District 13: Parts at Adan~, Grant. Kittitas, and YaIdma counties Frank "3'ub" Hanson (D)" S&tr Rou(e. Box 73, Moses ~ 98837 Senate EXf.ce: 401-A Legislative B~.~_~7~ng 786-7624 AdedrEslraSve Ass~s~nC ~ De(~armo Dlstrlct 14: Part of Yakima County Jim Matson~(R]R)° Senate Otfi~e: 20 t Institutions Building 7~-7628 Administrative Assistant: Chloe S(;oles Dlstdgt 15: Parts of Benton and VakJrna counties Irv Newhouse (R)" 1180 Murray Road, Mabton 98935 Senate Office: 403 Legislative Bu!lcl=in~ 786-7664 Adminislrative Assistant: Muriel Smah D|=tr]ot 16~ Parts of Benton, Franklin, and Walla Walla counties Jeannette Hayner (R)* Box 454, Wal/a Wal/a 99362 Senate Office: 311 Legislative Building 786-7630 Administrative Assistant: M,~rgy Senna District 17: Klickitat, Sk~mania, and part of Clark counlJes Dean Suthedand (D)° 23503 NE 108th Street, Vancouver 98682 Senate Office: 405 John A. Gherberg Building 786-7632 Administrative Assistant: Terq/ V~rone Olstrlct 18: Parts of Clark and Cowlitz counties Unda A. Smith 10009 NW Ridge~rest Ave, Vancouver 98885 Senate Office: 106.B Institutions Buil~'ng 786-7634 Administrative Assistant: Carol Jaren Dlslrlot 19; Pacific, Wahkiakum, a~d parts of Cowlitz, and Grays Harbor counties Adie U. DeJamatt (~.B Senate Office: 40 - g" I "ve Bull 'ing 786-7636 Administrative Assistant: Brian Hail/old District =0: Lewis and part of Thurston counties Nail Amondson Sonar# Office: 203 Inptitutions Building 788-7~98 Administrative Assistant: Donna Korvell District.21: Part of Snohomish County Gary A. Nelson (R)" . 9710 Wharf Street. Edmonds 98020 Senate Office: 106-A Institutions Building 786-7640 Administrative Assistant: George Temir District 22'. Part of Thurston County Mike Kreidler (D)° Senate Office: 425 John A. Cherberg Building 786.7642 Administrative Assistant: Kim Mefriman Dlstrlot 23: Part of Kitsap County Ellen Craswell (R)° 80~6 Chloe Way NW, Bmmetlon 98312 Senate Office: 110 Institutions Building 78~-7644 Administrative Assistant: Priscilla Martens District 24: Clallam, Jefferson, and part of Grays Harbor counties Paul He Conner (D)" 195 Pinnefi Road, Sequim 98382 Senate Office: 401-D Legisla~ve Building 786-7646 A,dministrative Assistant: Betty Kanda~l Distrlct 25: Part of Pierce County Marcus S. Gaspard (D)" la~ Senate Office: 40~.-A Legis ~ve B_u~ ng 786-7646 AdminisUafive Assistant: lina Bemis District 25; Pats of Kitsap and Pierce co~Jnties Bill Smitherman (D}" Senate Office: 419 John A. Cherberg Building 786.7650 Administrative Assistant: Lynnet Eficeusen District 27: Pa.~t of Pierce County FL Lorraine Wojahn (D)" Senate.office: 407.A Legislafive Bu~7dng 786-7652 Administrative Assistant: Evi~ White Dlsld~t 2~ Part of Pierce County Stanley C. Johnson (R}.'. 7302 - 681h A ve~ue Senate Office: 406 Legislative Building 786-7654 Tt55120908
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22 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH District 29; Part of Pierce County A.L "Slim" Rasmussen (D)* 5415 =A" Street, Tacoma Senate Office: 406-B Legislative Building 786-7656 Administrative Assistant: John Richardson District 30: Parts of King and Pierce ceuntles Peter von Reichbauer (R)° P~O Box 3737, Federal.Way 980_63;:.3,737 uenate Office: 112 Insfitutlons uuilding 786-7658 Administrafive Assistant: Julia Edlund Dlslrlct 31: Parts of King and Pierce counties Frank J. Wamke (D)° 29457 - &1st Avenue South, Auburn 98001 Senate Office: 303 Legislative Building 786-7660 Administrative AssiStant: Jeanne Barber District 32". Part of King County AI Williams 4801 Fremont Avenue North, Seattle 98103 Senate Office: 4 !7 John A. Cherberg Building 786.7662 Administrative Assistant: Beckey Sukovaty. District 33: Part of King County Eleanor Lee (R)° PO Box 390. Seahurst 98062 Senate Office: 102 Institutions Building 786-7664 Administrative Assistant: Elsie Muzatko District 34: Part of King County Phil Talmadge (D)" 1725 SW Roxbury, #5, Sealtle 98106 Senate Office: 432 John A. Cherberg Building 786-7686 Administrative Assistant: Donna Salcedo District 35; Mason and Brad Owen (D * parts of Grays Harbor, Kitsap and Thurs~on counties ) Senato O/lice: 402-B John A. Cherberg Building 786.7668 Administrative Assistant: Dixie Brown District 36: Part of King County Ray Moore (D)* • 100 W High/and Dr. #402, Seattle 98119 Senate Office: 431 John A. Cherberg Building 786-7670 Administra~'ve Assistant: Virginia Moore District ~7: Part of King County George Fleming (D)" Senate Or/ice: 422 John A. Cherberg Building 786-7688 Administrative Assistant: Annotta Swilfie Ol=~trlct 38: Part of Snohomish County Larry L. Vognild (D)" 1710.32nd Street. Everett 98201 Senate Office: 302 Legislative Building 786-7674 Administrative Assistant: Margaret Unk Dlslrict 39: Part of Snohomish County Ctiff Bailey (R)" 13019 - ggth Avenue BE, Snohomish 98290 Senate Office: 204 Institutions Building 786.7676 Admlnisuative Assistant: Elfia Snyder District 40: San Juan and parts of Skagit and Whatcom counties Patrick FL McMullen (D)* PO Box 152, Sedr6 Woo/leE g8294 Senate Office: 424 John A, Cherberg Bul7ding 786-767. Administrative Assistant: Mary K#y Hanell Dlsldet 41: Part of King County Emilio Oantu (R)° 4416 - 138th Avenue S~. Bellevue 98006 Senate Office: 412-A Legislative Building 788-768 Administrative Assistant: Sandy Ruff District 42: Part of Whatcom County Ann Anderson (R)" 2718 McLeod Road, Bel/ingham 98225 Senate Office: 205 Institutions Building 786-768, Admlnlslrative Assistant: Debra A~re District 43: Part of King County Janice Niemi (D)° 2~6 Summit Avenue East, Seatl/e g8102 Senate Office: 412 John A. Cherberg Building 786-762~ Administrative Assistant: K~isten Glundberg District 44: Parts of King and Snohomish counties Rick $. Bender (D)° Senate O/rico: #O2-A John A. Cherberg Building 78~-766,. Admlnlstra~ve Assistant: Les/ey Swanson District 45: Part of King County Alan Bluechel (R)* 9901 NE 124th St, #505, Kirldand 98034 Senate Office: 309 Legislative Building 786-767; Administrafive Assistant: Carol Albers Dl=trlct 40: Part of.King Oounty Nita Rinehart (D) 4515- 51st Avenue NE, Seaflie 98105 Senat~ Office: 407-B Legislative Building 786.76g( Administrative Assistant: Dobbio Sullivan Dlstrict 47: Part of King County Michael E. Patrick (R)** 18809 134th Ave BE, Renton 98058 Senate OIfice: 109-B Institutions Building 786-769, Administrative Assistant: Ella Brooks District 48: Part of King County Dan McDonald (R)° Senaie ~. l.ce: 105 John A. Cherberg Building 786-769, Admimstrab've Assistant: Bunny Hooper District 4s: Part of Olark County Albert Bauer (D)" 13811 NE 20th Avenue, Vancouver 98686 . Senafe Office: 401-C Legisla.~ve Building 786-769~ Administrative Assistant: danet Johnson S ENATE STAN D I NG COMM ITTEES AGRICULTURE - 7 members Democrats - 3 members: Marcus Gaspard; Frank "Tub" Hanson:; Ken. Madr~ n Republicans - 4 members: ~cott Ban" chai~. Ann Anderson, wce chair; Cliff Ba ey; Irv Newhouse CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES. 5 membm',, Democrats - 2 members: Lois Stratton*; Larry Vognild Republicans - 3 members: Linda Smith. chair; Ellen Craswell, vice chair; Cliff Ba~ley ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LABOR -11 members Democrats - 5 members: Patrick McMulien; Patty Murray: Bil Smitherman°: Frank Wamke; AI Williams Repub~cans - 6 members: Eleanor Lee, cha~ Ann Ar~:~raon, veto cha~. Jim M~tson: Dan McDon,:~d; Jeny ,Sa~ng; James Wes~ EDUCATION = 11 members Cemocrats - 5 members: PSck Bander:, George ~; Marcus Gaspard; Pa~/Murray; Nita Rinehart" Repub~Jc~-ns - 6 members: Cliff Bailey, chair; ~ Le~, vice chair;, Ann Anderson; Mac Bar~tz: E~ea Craswetl: Jac:~ Metcalf ENERGY AND UTILITIE~. 9 memb~s Democrats - 4 members: Brad Owan; Lois Stratton; Dean Guthedand; Williams" Republicans - 5 members: Max Benilz, chair; Alan Bluechel, v~ce chair; Jac Metcalf; Gary Nelson; Mike PatriCk ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES - ~ members Democrats - 4 members: Adia DeJamatt; Mike Kreidler; Brad Owen'; Dea ~uthedand Repubr~cans-5 members: J~;k Metcaif. chair;. Ne~ Amandson. vice chair;, Bert; Max Benitz; E.G. "Pat" Patterson FINANCIAL INSTITL~'ION~ ~ND INSURANCE - 11 member= Democrats - 5 members: George Fleming; Patrick McMullen; Ray Moore°; A.L • Slim" Rasmussen; Bill Smitherman ~- 6 ~: Peter yon Reichb~ue~, cheW; Slazdey Johnson, c~. J'~m Matson; Bob McCaslin; George Setlar; Jz~mes West GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS- S members Democrats - 2 members: A,~e DeJama~; Dean Suthedand TI55120909
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HEALTH CARE AND CORRECTIONS - 7 members Democrats -3 members: M~ke Kreidler*; Janice Niemi: R. Lorra|ne Wo~ahn Republicans -.4 members: James West, chair;, Linda Smith, vice chair; Nail Amondson; Stanley Johnson HIGHER EDUCATION - 7 members Democrats - 3 members: Albdrt Bauer*; Bill Smitherman; Lois Stratton Republicans - 4 members: Jerry Saling, chair; E.G. "Pat" Patterson, vice chair; Emilio Cantu; Peter von Reichbauer LAW AND JUSTICE - 11 members Democrats - 5 members: Ken Madsen; Janice Niemi; A.L, "Slim" Rasmussen; Nit_~ Rin,e,.hart; Phil Taimadge" • HepuD=ieans - 6 member~: Gary Nelson, chair;, Bob McCaslin, vice chair; Jeannette Hayner; Mike Patrick; Irv Newhouse; Leo Thorsness SUBCOMMITTEE ON CORRECTIONS: Leo Thorsness. Chair; l'~0aslin; Niemi; Patrick; Talmadge RULES - 16 members -- Joel Pritchard, chair Democrats - 7 members: Albert Bauer; Paul Conner; A.L "Slim" Rasmussen; Nita R nehart: Larry Vognild*; Frank Warnke; R. Lorraine Wojahn Republicans - 9 members: Alan Bluechel, vice chair; Ann Anderson; Emilio Cantu; Ellen, Cr,as.well; Jeannette Hayner; Jim Matson; Irv Newhouse; George Seller; Stanley ,Jonnson LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 23 III I TRANSPORTATION - 15 members Democrats - 7 members: Rick Bender': Paul Conner:. AriSe DeJ~rna...: Fra~,~, "Tub" Hanson; Ken Madsen; Pal~.k McMullen; Patty Murray Repub~cans -_8 members: E.G..'Pat" Patte_rson,..chai~ Leo T_horsnes~ ~.'ice chair;, Peter yon Heichbaue_r, vice cna~c Scott Ban'; Max ¢:~enitz: (Seorge Gary Nelson; M~chael Patric~ WAYS AND MEANS - 23 members Democrats - 10 members: Albert Bauer; George Fleming; Marcus Gaspard'; Ray Moore: Janica Niemi; Brad Owon; Phil Taimadge; Frank Wamke; AI Williams; R. Lorraine Wojahn Republicans - 13 members: Dan McDonald, chair; Ellen Craswell, vice chair;, Nail Amondson; Cliff Bailey; Alan Bluechel; Emilio Cantu; Jeannette Hayner; Stanley Johnson; Eleanor Le~; Jim Matson; In/Newhouse; Jerry Saling; Unda Smith "Ranking Democratic Member MEMBERS OF THE SENATE AMONDSON, NElL (Republlcan) Senator from the 20th District; which includes all of Lewis and the southwest half of Thurston County. Served one term in the House ot R(~pre, sentatives. A native of Lewis County, his work expenence has been in the natural resource industry serving as the economic base for the dis¢idt A graduate of Centraiia College and Pacific Lutheran University, Nail is properties manager for The ABnew Company, where he is actively involved in economic development Resid- in9 in Centralia, Nell and his wife, Susan, have two chddren, Christy and Mark. BAUER, ALBERT, Democratic Floor Leader (Democrat). Senator from the 49th District of Clark County. Sewing his third term. Served as Representative from 1971 through t 980. Born in Lewistown, Montana in 1928. Graduate Portland State College and Oregon State College with Masm.r,s in Education and minor in Political Science. Past presloent Corn.re. un!ty CIHb, PTA, Vancou- ver Education Association. Memoer: Kiwanis, Grange, American Legion and Salmon Creek Methodist Church. Ha is currently self, employed in agriculture. He and his wife. Patricia, have three children: Sue, Jim, and Nancy, AN.DERSON, ANN, Majority Whip (Republican) Sena- tor ~rom the 42rid District of Whatcom County. Born 1952 in Yak me. Earned Masters Degree in Education from Central Washington University.q'aught school for five years. Ann has served on the Board of Directors- WCLA Credit Union State Board of Directors and past local president of Women in Hmber and was a Governmental Affaks Representative Ior Washington Contract Loggers. Ann, her husband, Eric, and daughter, Cori, ms=de in A¢me. BAILEY, CLIFF (Republican) Senator fm.m the 3gth District of Snohomtsh County, serving second term in Sen- ate. Born in Snohomlsh County. Business and civic sen/- i~s range from presidencies .State .F,,F.A.~ Snohom, ish County Dairy Herd ImprovementAssn A,-west Brenoers Assn, other farm organizations. Elected Natt President, Holstein Friesian Assn of Am=erica-1974. larg.est dain/ ca~e assn in world. Past oirector and chairmen of Snohomlsh School Board. Elected at-large to Snohomish City Council in 1980; elected to substantive post of council Chairman in 1982 and83. He, hiswife, Rosemary and two sons, Don and Dan, ~till farm the Snohomish Valley dairy established by his grandfather in 191B. A thin:! son, David. resides in Chelan. BARR, S~OTT (Republican) Senator from the 7th Vict comprising Lincoln, Pond Oreille, Stevens, Ferry and parts of Okanogan and Spokane counties. Servin~ sec- ond term in Senate; previously sen/ed three terms m the House, 1977-92. Born in 1916. Attended Whitman County schools. He and his wife, Do[lie Mac. live on their~.~ \ ~,. '" ~~ cattle, grain and timber farm near Edwall in Unccin County. Belongs to Grange. Farm Bureau. Cattle~..ads Assn. ~erved as pres~dem ol ~tate Wheat Growers'P.ssn and State Assn of Consen/atian Districts. Involved in agr~ related businesses and civ~ affairs. BENDER, RICK S., DernocratlcWhlp (Democrat) He is sen/ing his second term in the Senate representing the 44th D~strict of south Snohomish and north King counties, following live terms in I~e House of Representatives. Member of the Education and Transportation committee.s. Born in Falrbanks, Alaska in 1949. Attended North Seattle Community College, University of Washington and the Universi.ty of Puget Sound. Served in the U.S, Army Signal Corps, V=etnam veteran. He and his wife C~u'la, daughter, ..~ . ~, Alisa Dawn, and ~on, Derek, live n the Bothe area. BENI'FZ, MAX E. (Republican) Senator from the 8th Dis~et of Benton County. Serving his fourth term in the Senate and served three sessions in the House of Rap- resentatives, Born in Wathena, Kansas. He is self era- ployed in agd-,business. Past president of the Washing- ton State Farm Bureau Federation, chairman of Senate Energy and Utilities Committee, former chairman of House and Senate Higher Education committees.He and his wife, Made, have five children. BLUECHEL, ALAN Pre=ldent Pro Tempore" (._Republican) Senator from the 45th District of King county, is serving his fourth term in the Senate and has served four terms in the House of Representatives. Born in 1924 in Edmonton, Alberta, Ca~da. Received a BASc in electrical engineering, and a BAin General Studies from the University of British Cotumbi~L Attended Kennedy School of Government-Hazard University. 1988. Chair- man. W'mter Roe, re.lion C, ernmissten; board momber, Washington S~te Institute for Public Por~. He is Presi- dent of Loc=twail Corporation. Wife. Jeanne. two sons. Gordon and Turner. 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24 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH CANTU, EMILIO, Majority Deputy Lea de r.(.R ep ub. II.ca n.) Senator from the 41st Di~tdct--B~levua, Mercer Islana Issaqu~h, and NE Renton, is serving his second term in the Senate. Served two terms in the House of Represeno tatives and was ranking Republ~n chairm~n of House Ways and Means Coremittee. Served on Bellevue School Board from 1973 to 1991. He is an engineering design manager for The Boeing Company, a US. Navy..v~.ter..an, and a Seattle S~ence Center AssOciate. He and his wi~e, Jo, have four ch~dmn: Joe, David, Mefissa, and Sarah. HANSEN, FRANK"TUB" (Democrat) Senator from the 13th District comprised of most of Grant, parts of Kit~tas, Yaldma, and Adams counties, serving hLs third term in the Senate, served six years in the House of Representa- tives. Born in Olema, Washington. Retired cattle rancher. Past chairman, Agriculture Stabilization Conservation Service: past director, Washington State Cattleman's As- eociation. Member: Grange, W'naat Growers, and Elks. He and his wife, Wanda, have two sons and two daugh- ters. CONNER, PAUL H. (Democrat) Senator from the 24th Distdct comprising Gl.~llaql., de.fferson and part of Grays, Harbor County. Appointed to me Senate in 1957, serveo ten terms in the House of Representatives elected to the Senate in 1977. Born in 1925 in Port Angeles. Attended Port Angeles Business College, Western Washington State College, University of Washington and Peninsula College. He and his wife, Thelma, have five children. HAYNER., JEANNE'rl'E, Ma|ority Lea.der (.R.epublican) Senator ~rom the 16th Distnct comprising walla Waila County, part of Franklin and Benton counties. Serving her fourth term in the Senate, sewed four yeara in the House of Representatives. Received BA and JD degrees from the University of Oregon. Involved in a variety of civi; aotivi- ties. Currently serves on several state and regional citizen advisory bcai'ds, including the Organized Crime Advisory Board and the Washington State Centennial Commission. Member of the Lutheran Church. She and her husband have three children. CRASWELL, ELLEN Vice President Pro Tempera (Republican) Senator from the 23rd District, Kttsap Count, serving her third term in fits Senate. Served two terms In the House of Representatives.. Raised, in .Kits.aP County. Attended the University of Washington. wor~ed in medical technology and speech therapy, and was, co- owner of an art shop. She end her husband, Bruce, nave four grown children, and are active in chumh and Chdsfian organizations. DeJARNATT, ARLIE U.(Democrat) Senator from the lgth District, comprising Pacific, Wahkiakum, and parts of Cowlitzand Grays Harbor counties. Serving his second term in the Senate; previously served five terms in the House, Bom in Glezen, Inriiana. Received AB from Cot- ~i no, College and MA frore University el Northern Cole- : rade. Member: Lower Columbia EDC, Cowiitz EDC, Sea ;~ Re.sources AARP-NRTA, and Longview Rota~. Retired educator, He and h s wile, Donna, have five ohddren and six grandchildren. JOHNSON, STANLEY C., Majority Caucus Vice Chair (Republican) Senator from the 28th District, compdsin9 Lak.ewood Ti_l[licu.m, UnI..versi~ Place Rrcrest and Stei~acoom, Hesioent of me O~StTict twenty:two years. President/owner.of Garfish Bearing & Industrial Supplies, Ino, for the past thirty-two years. Former Chairman of the Clever Park Bohool Distrk;t's Board of Directors. Formedy National President of North American Baptist General Conference. Presently CerlJfled Professional Padiarean. tarian, American Institute of Parliamentarians. He and his wife, Anita, have four children, Mark'Tim, Kris, and Andy; and four grandchildren, Andrea, Cayla, Scott, and Wesley, KREIDLER~ MIKE (Democrat) Senator from the 22nd Dis~ict located in Thursten County and including the. State Capitol, is serving his second term in the Senate. He was previously elected lethe North Thurston School Board and tO four terms In the House of Representatives, Born In 1943 in Tacoma. Graduate el Pacific Univers]~ with Bachelor and Doctor of Optometry degrees, and UCLA with a Master of Public Health. He ~s an optometrist p.racticlng with O~mpia Group Health Cooperative o.f the ~'uget Sound Clintc. He and his wile, Lela, with their mree children, Keili, Mlohaei, and Lore, reside In Olympi;=.. FLEMING, GEORGE (Democrat) Senator from the 37th District, King Count. Serried one s_essio.n in House, sew- ing eighteenth session in uenata, uorn in 1938 in Dallas, Texas. Graduate of UW with BA in Business Administra- tion. Member o| Rose Bowl teams in 1960 and 1961. Community Development manager, US West Communi- cations, Member: Past president, Economic Development Executives of Washington, Pacific NW Industrial Deveio~ ment Council; Smaff Business Improvement Councd; Economic Development P~'tnership of Wa~ington. Board member:. Rainier Valley Enterprise Center and Central Area Motivation Program. He and his wife, Tina. an educator, have two daughters. Sonj~ and Yemi. GASPARD, MARCUS S. (Democrat)Senator from the 25th District el Pierce County. He has served in the Senate s'mce 1976 a~ter serving two terms in the House of Representatives. He is chairman, State Economic Forecast Council; ranking Democrat, Ways and Means Committee; and member, Educal~on and Agriculture committees. He was born in 1948 and reared in Puyallup, W..~ngton. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon wire a d~jree ~ business adminislzation and is employed in the reid of rea/estate and property managernem. Marc and his wile, Jo Artne, and thou" two young daughters, Morgan and Mackenzie, live in Sumner, Washington.. LEE~ ELEANOR (Republican) Senator from the 33rd DisPel, Attended Washington Stele University and graduated from The Evergreen State College in Political Science. Owner and busreess manager of a residential improvement firm. Former State Land Planning Commis- sioner and League of Women Voters official; past chair el Fire D!strlct 2, Civil Service Board, Highline _Citizens for Schoors, and Civil Air Patrol Advisory uommittee. Founder and co-chair Elected Washington Women. She and her husband, David, and three daughters and five grandchildren. MADSEN, KEN (Democrat) Senator from the 2nd Dis- ~,ict, southern Pierce County and a .portion of Thurston County. BOrn in Idaho Falls, Idaho; raised in Spokane, BA degree in Political Science end a Master's degree in Busi- ness. Former Green Beret and rn~ _tap/advisor in South- east Asia. Berved six years as chief D~puty Assessor for Pierce County, e~ght years as staff director lot the S~le Senate, and throe years in the House of Representatives. He is a grange, rotary and cha=mber member, and was .appointed to the Governor's Alliance Aga~st Drags. He =yes on e quiet fatrn in Roy. TI55120911
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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH ~ ,~ ~.~ MATSON, JIM (Republican) Senator from the 14th Dis- MURRAY, P_~..T~'Y... (.Demo..cra.t.)norm Senator serving the 1st .:, - ~i~.~ ~ct, covering] Yak~ma, Selah and part of Yak~ .me County. Legislative uistrict m Born in Yak=ma, where he attended Selah SChools, Y~- posen in Snohomish County..BemRmg CountYand ratsedand inS" smallnorth kima Valley College..and Whitman.College.. A.v~.taran .of King County,_thirt~en yearresioent cf.Shorefine area. World War II, returned to Sei~h to live on his fruit ranch. . Washington State University. Shoreline Sehool Director Prav~ously served twelve years in the Washington State and two term Board Presiaent. Founder o| Or~l~'~ization Senate as a member of Transportation and Utilitias~ Agd- for Parent Education in Washington. Former instructor, ~, -~-: _~ culture, Labor, Ways and Means, and Rules committees; Shoreline Community ~~11~ holding positions of Whip, Vice-Ch~lrmanlSecretary. ~ school teacher. PaJty anaC'°~g~"ner nusoand,and .coOpemtiveRob have pre~two Chairman and Republican Leader. Presently Chairman of children, Randy and Sara. ' i ~ J the Washing,on State Apple Commission, hay'he served on the Boars since 1983. " "" 'i McCASLIN, BOB (Republi~n) Senator from the 4th ~ NELSON, GARY A., Majority Assistant Floor Leader Legisla.tive District of Spokane County. Sewed in the US~~ (Rel~ubllcan) First term Senator from Dialect 21, Navy during WWII, graduate WSU in 1950, post gr,~duate Pmo'homish County (part). Served seven terms in House. work in 1951 and 1952. with a major in Sociology and Formerly House Majority and Minority Leader. Born and Economics. Served in Production Management for sev- raised near Spokane; BS, Elecldcal Engineering (WSU), enteon years with large aluminum fabricator and for the MS (University of Wisconsin); former Air Force officer; past eighteen years., hap ow~.ed,, rind. mana~e.d a r.eal :i~', ~; .~ engineering ma.n.a.~e_r with private u!ili.ty. Board. memb?, r: e.s~!e fir~n, in the, ~p.oKan.e .v.a=ieX. .M.arrie.o, .has. two~ Olympic Ballet, WA protection and Aavocacy P, gen.cy rot cni~aren, ,Janie and uoo ana wire wne, wanes, has oeen Handcapped, Stevens Memorial Hospital Foundation. active in many service clubs and civic activities in the Member: South Snohomish County Chamber of Corn- Spokane Valley, marco, Lynnwood Rotary, St. Peter by the Sea Lutheran Church. Past Edmonds City Councilman and Planning Commission member. His wife, JeAnne, is an educator author; they have three sons, Grant, Gooff, and Grog. McDONALD, DAN (Republican) Senator from the 48th NEWHOUSE, IRV, Me|Drily FlOor Leader (Republican) District of King County. Has served in the Senate since Senator from the 15th District of lower Y~kima County 1983; served three terms in the House of Representatives. and western Benton County. Has served in the Senate He and his wife, Janie, and two sons have lived in Bellevue since 19~0, He served eight terms in. the House. Native of for 'seventeen years since his return from tour as Naval the Yakima Valley, graduate of Washington State Univer- Officer in Vietnam. He is a graduate.in mechanical engi- sity with BS in Agncultare operates an irrigated, diver. nearing from UWand has a masters degree in economics, s fled ranch. He and his wife, Ruth have six children. ~":: Presently' employed with a consulting firm, He is active in the Mun[dp_al League, Bellevue Cha~nber of Commerce, American Public Works Association, and Rotary. pointed member o! LEAP Committee, member and past chairman of Economic and Revenue Forecasting Council, past commissioner of WICHE. McMULLEN, PATRICK R.~ Democratic Assistant NIEMI, JANICE (Democrat) Senator from Legislative Whlp (Democrat) Serving 40th District comprising west- Dis~ct 43; Capital Hill, the University of Washington and em Skagit, southern Whatcom and San Juan counties, the central area in Seattle. Served fiveyears in House of Served live years in the House of Representatives, in- Representatives. BA University of Washington; Graduate eluding Majority Leader and ,~hair of Trade & Economio School, University of Mishigan;J?, University of W_ashing; Development committee. Graduated from University of ton. Former Superior Court JuDge and Acting ~anera~ Washington with BA in Political Science, followed by a JD Counsel of the Small BusinessAdministration in V~ashing- degre~ in 19~). Served a= Assistant Attorney General, ton DC, now a lawyer in private practice. twice elected. Prosecuting Attomey for Skagit Co.unty. Now engaged in private practice, specializing m worker's compensation claims. Member of WSTLA. METCALF, JACK (Republican)Senator from 10th Dis- ,OWE.N, BRAD (Demo~,rat) Is serving his second term trier: Island County, parts of Snohomish and Skagit coun- ~ram me 35th D=strict WhiCh encompasses ell of Mason ties. Served four years in House and has servedslxteen County and parts of Kitsap, Grays Harbor and Thurston years in Senate. Born In Marysville. Graduate, Pacific count as. Has been a success[ul small businessman and Lutheran University. Retiredteai::her of history, mathemat- prominent member of hie community for the last seven- ice, and government. Member: South Whidbey I~wanis, teen years. He served six yeats in the House o! Repre- Beskoountry Horsemen of Washington, Grange, Ameri- senta~ves and f.our years as Finance Commissioner for can Legislators Exchange Council, Farm Bureau; National the City of Sbelton. His prima~y interests have been in Chair, Honest Money for America; member, Government Washington's fisheries and other natural resources, chad C)perations for NCSL. He and his wife, Norms, have four support end custody Issues. daughters and eight grandchildren. MOORE, RAY (Democrsl) Senator from the 36th Dis- trict, King County, is serving his third term in the Senate, Born in Seattle, attended the University of Washington. A founder, Food LJte Line; partner, Sagemoor Farms, Di- onysius and Weinbau Viney=ds; a founder, ACT The-- atra; member: State Investment Board, S~ate Gambling Commission, Queen Anne Helptine Board, Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce, Norwegian Commercial Club; ~ pratt. Sunset I-b~ll Community Club. PATRICK, MICHAEL E. (Republio=n) Senator for Dist~ct 47 oomprising the subu~an areas of Renton, Kent Issaq- uah, Maple Valley, and east of Lake Sammamish. He is serving his first term, and is = retired Souffle police officer. Mike and his wife, Lois, have four children: M~eheel, Jeffrey, Shanna and Jennifer, and one granddaughter, Blair. TI55120912
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26 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH PATTERSON, F-G. "PAT" (Republican) Sender from the gth District, cowing his third term, preceded by eight years in the House of Representatives where he held Republican le.adershil~ positions. A native of Pullman, Washington. Army olticer veteran of WWlI. Graouata of Washington Stats University with BA in Political Science in 1946. ~ewed as State Adjutant Quartermaster, .VFV¢; retired after twenty-six years as Director of WSU's ,~umni _Relations, ScholaJ's, hip and Developm.ent F.und, Graduate Hecoms and LegisJative uonsultant. Memoer of Pullman Chamber of Commerce and VFW. He and his wife, Max- ine, have seven grown children. SMITHERMAN, BILL (Democral) Representing the 26th Di¢trict, comprising parts of Kils~p end Pierce coun- ties. Sewed two terms in the House and ~s serving first term in Senate. Graduate el Lan.gston University with BA in Sodology; additional work at university of Washington ,School of Urban Planning. He is a management end planning consultant. Board of Directors: Pierce County Community Action Agency; Junior League; Metropolitan Devetopr0ent Oouncil otTacoma; National Business League. Bill and his wife, Karen, have two daughters. RASMUSSEN, A.L "SUM" (Democrat) Senator from the 29th District of Pleme County. He has served eight terms in the House of Representatives and is servinghis twenty-first session in the Senate. He has served on the Tacoma School Board, as Mayer of Tacoma, and Pierce County Councilmen. He and i~s wife. Eleanor, have four children and eight grandchildren. RINEHART, NITA, Democratic Assistant Rear Leader (Democrat) Represents the 461h District of King County. Sewed in House of Representatives 1979-1982. Gradu- ate Southern Methodist University, BA in English Litera- ture, BA in Music, Member: League of Women Voters; Mortar Board Alumni; Board of Directors, Planned Parent- hood of Seattie.-King County;.Business and PmfessionaJ Women; Chamaer of Commerce. SALING, GERALD L (JERRY) (Republlc=n) Senator, 5th District Spokane County, is serving his second term In the Senate. Served in the House of Representatives from 1965 to 1971. Has BA and MA from EWU and a doctorate in education from WSU. He is a retired educator who has spent thirty-.one years, in the education profes- sion as a teacher and principal in the K-12 system, and Dean of Instruction and President of Spokane Falls Community College: Native of Spokane and US Navy veteran of WWlL He has ¢~ean active in many community, state end national organizations. He and wife, Dee, have two grown ch Idren. ~egTRA.I"rON, LOIS d, .(Democrat) Representing 3rd] islative DisPel, SpoKa~,e; serving seco~.d term. Ap- pointed to House 1979, ejected 1980, reelected 1982. Life-long resident of Wa.s.hln g t o n: ,th k'!y-six year resident of Dis~'i;t, Retired from Raiser/~uminum Public Affairs. Serves on Governor's Commission on Children, Nuclear Waste Board; WA State Centennial Commission Sen- tencing Guidelines Commission, DSHS Drag and Alcohol Advisory Committee. Locally, serves on advisory boards of WA State Substance Abuse Coalition, Venessa Behen Crisis Nursery, Daybreak, Regional Center for Child Abuse and Neglect, Greater Spokane Coalition Against Povei37, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, and Inland NW Health Sdence Center,. SUTHERLAND, DEAN (Democrat) Senator from Dis- Idct 17, comprising Skamania, Klickkat and southeast Clark counties; serving first term in the Senate. Served three terms in the House of Representatives. As a con- ettuction eleetrloian and welder, he has been involved in residential home building. He has also been involved in property management. He has traveled around the world working with governments of developing countries on construction projects. Dean lives in Hockinson with his wife, Roxane, and their two boys, Jason and Jaret. TALMADGE, PHIL (Democrat) Senator from the 34th District of King Coupty, A magna c~Jm laude graduate of Yale University wire a BA in Political Sdence and a graduate of the University of Washington School of Law, where he sewed on the Law Review. An attorney with the firm of Kerr Turtle Campbell in Seattle. He and his wife, Dadene, have three sons and two daughters. SELLAR, G.E~ORGE .L MaIorlty Caucus Chair ...... " .... , THORSNESS, LEO K. (Republican) Senator from the (Republican) uena~r from the 12th District comprising ~-- -. ~r-~-., ~ ~. 1 lib Dist.rict of King County, serving his first term. Born in Chelen, Douglas and parts of Grant, I<]ttitas and Okan- . .~ '. ~'. 1932 in Minnesota. MS from the University of Southern egan counties, sewing hi.s eighteenth year in the Senate, --~l~ ... :-,~ California. Air Force twenty-three years, fighter pilot, six- Born In 1929 in Chicago, He is Director-Water Resources ~-~=~.,~.~j~, jl~ year Vietnam PeW, Medal el Honor recipient. Public torthePortofChela.n,C.o.unty.AttendedWenatcheeValley ~~:i~;-'= speaker and investor, Church affiliation, Westminster College and Hawara-Kennedy School of Government. Chapel. Member: Ranton Chamber of Commerce, VFW, Member: Chamber of Commerce, Pacific Northwest American Legion, DAV, and Medal of Honor Society, Leo Association. He and his wife, Alma, live in East Wenatchee. SMITH, LINDA A., Majority Assistant Whip (Republican) Senator from the 18th Distti~-l, comprising hu-ge pa~s of Clark and Cowlitz counties. First elected to the House o! Representatives in a special election in lg83. =~d =erred December lg83-D~mb~" 1087. ~h~ has managed seven lax preparation o~¢es for eight: years, stsdied tax law and pl~J'ming for fourteen yeats, and earned her Qregen staIe tax consultants licohse in 198t. Board member:. Valley' Work Center for the Handi- capped. Member of the Glad Tidings Church. Linda. and her husband. Veto, live in Hazeldeli with their two chil- dren. Sheri zmd Robi. VOGNILD, LARRY L, Democratic Leader(Democrat) ~ Senator from the 38th District of Snohomish County serv- ing his third term. Born in 1932 in Spokane. He a retired - ~ I~.tlalion Chief of the Everett Fire Fighters. Member: F-aalea. Chamber of Commerce. Kiwanis. and Normanna Lodge. Served eight yeats In the Naval Reserve, two years ac~veduty in Korea. He and his wife, Dorothy, have a son, " Y: three daughters, and four grandchildren. TI55120913
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vonREICHBAUER, PETER (Republican) Senator from the 30th Distri~. Served in the Senate since 1973. Born in Sea,e, raised in Tacoma, graduated from University o! Alabama, commissioned in US Army; SL Francis Commu- nity Hospital Board of Trustees; Kiwanl, s..(past president); vice chair. US Olympics Committee or washington; NW Steelhaaders; Fade.tel..W.a.y Boys' and Gids' Club Board: Beta Theta Pi: Duc~s unE'nitE~.: Franciscan uommunity Health Care Foundation Board o! Trustees (treasurer); Federal Way Chamber of Commerce; South End Commu- nity Club; and others. Wife, Martha, and three .children. WARNKE, FRANK J., Democratic Caucus Chal'r ;Democrat) Senator from the 31st District, south King ~ounty. Served in the 1965-67 and t973-86 sessions. Born in Harlem, Montana in 1933. Studied Political Sci- anc~. at .C.entr.al Washington State College and the Uni- versity or washington. Employed as executive director of the Publlo School Employees of Washington. Mardad and has two children. ~WEST, JAMES E, (Republican} Senator from Legislative District 6 ¢;omprising part of the City of Spokane, part of the • ,~ Spokane Valley, and the southwest portion of Spokane Coupty including the City of Cheney and the Town of Medical Lake. A former House meml~er, Senator West ts currently serving his ~rst term. He is a graduate of Gonzaga University and is active as an adult leader in the Boy Scouts of Amerloa. Senator West ourmntly is the President and manager of JWAV, Ltd, a scuba diving LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 27 II WILLIAMS, AL (Dernoorat) Senator from the 32rid Dis- ~ Seattle..,~. rved eight years in the House of Repro- s entatives anais serving his twelfth year in the Senate. An architect by profession, born in 1930 in North Dakota. He served in the US Madna Corps, and is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Architecture and Urban P|anning. Currently serves on Washington State Centennial Commission, Na~onal Conference of S~.te Legislatures-Energy Committee: Board of Washington State Historical Society: State Nuclear Waste Board. Served on Seattle Design Commission. Ballard Avenue Landmark Board. Phinney Ridge and Wallingford Com- munity ,Councils. F_re.m..on.t Neighborhood Council. and Board ol premont Puolio ~ssoctation. WOJAHN, R. LORRAINE, Demoeratlo Cauous Vice Chair (Democrat) Senator from the 27th District of Pierce County. Completed four terms in House of Representa- tives and is serving her fourth term in the Senate. Born in Tacoma. Educated in SeattJe schools and University of Washington. Former consumer specialist for Washington Lal~or Council AFL-CIO" board member Consumer Crecit .C.oun.seling Service I~c Tacoma" s~rved ten years, wasl~ington State J~dici~l Councils'seven years. Wash- ington State Women's Council" and one year, National Advisory Board of Consumer F~deratton of America. She and her husband, Gilbert, have one son. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DIRECTORY 51s! Legislature - 1990:63 Democrats, 35 Republicans District. 4: Part of Spo,k.ane County "Member 1989 Washington State House of Representatives Chants R. Wolfe (R) East 16320 Unco/n Road, SpoKane House Office: 424 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Alex Ockey Dlstrlet 1"- Pads ot King and Snohomish counties Nan~ S. Rust (D)" 18747 Ridgefield Road NW, Seattle 9817~" House O~ca: 407 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Syd Locke Grace Cole (D)* 3026- 163rd Street NE, Seattle 98155 House Office: 341 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: June Hove Dlslrlct 2: Parts of Pierce and Thurston counties Marilyn Rasmussen(D)" " 33419 Mountain Highway East, Eaton#/le 98328 House O/flea: 404 House O/flee Building Adminis~TaU've Assistant Ca~heHne Young Randy Born (D)° House Office: 302 House Office Bu#ding Administrative Assistant: Margie Lance District 3: Part of Spokane County Bill Day (D)° PO Box 9161, Spokane ~9205 House Office: 402.Legislative. Bul/d_ing. Adminis~'ative ASS~S~nC Joan uue~ Dannls A. Dallwo (D) ° ~eaF'[r~r Finan~[al (;enter, ~u~r~ 1900, ~pol~ane ~3Z01 House Office: 328 House Of Sce Building Adminis~ra~ve Assistant Theda Lovett 786-7880 786-7910 786-7824 786-7912 786.7888 786. 7946 Mike Padden (RR)" ° East 18021" Ninth Ave, ~pokane 99216 House O/floe: 425 House Office BmTding Adm/nlstrative Assistant: Melania Irons Dlstriot 5: Part of Spokane County Jea.n Sliver (R)* tvorth 7102 Audubon Drive, Spokane 99208 House O/flee: 413 House ONce Building Administrative Assistant: Janet Haag Shirley Rector (O)* . East 13222 Farwell Road, SpoKane 99207 House Office: 832 House Office Building Administreu've Assistant: Gary Perkins Dlstdct 6: Part of Spokane County Du~ne Sommers (R)* 5outh 2812 W~II, Spokane 99203 House Office: 419 House Office Bu#ding Administra~'ve Assistant: Rebecca Walker John A. Moyer(R)° . PO Box 8436. 3poKane 99203 House Office: 323 House Offc=~ Admim's~rative Assistant Gloria 786-7820 786-7984 786-7922 788-7963 786-7876 786-7852 TL55120914
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28 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Dlstdol 7: Fen'/, Uncoln, Pond Oreille. Stevens, and pads of Okanog~ and Spokane ~unt~es Steve Funrman (R)" Route 1. Box 320, Kellle Fails 99141 House Office: 414House Office Buildng 78~-7908 Adminis~ative Assistant: Marilyn Se6rist House Office: 339 House Office Bul/ding 786.7988 Administ/atlve Assistant: Clareda Nikula Dlstrlcl 8: Part of Benton County Shirley Hankins 2120 Duporta~l, #8, Richland 99352 House Office: 325 House Office Building 786-7986 Administrative Assistant: Julia Love Jim Jesern~g 1010 Klamath, Kenrtewisk 99336 House Office: 404.Legislative Building 786-7082 Administrative Asststanc Sue Reams Dletrlot 9: Asotin, Columbia, Garfield, Whitman, and parts of Adams and Fmnldin counties Darwin R. Nealey (R)* Box 365, LaCrosse 99143 House Office: 412 House Office Building 786-7942 Administrative Assistant: Jim Hedrick Eugene A. Prince PO Box 69, Thornton 99176 House'Office: 412 Le~/is/at~ve Bui/dln9 786-7844 Administrative Assistant: Mollie Timm District 10= Island and parts of Skagit and Snohomish counties Simeon R. "Sire" Wilson (R)° . PO Box 145, Marysvg/e 98270 House Office: 415 Legislative Building 78~-7884 AdministraEve Asststant: Kay Randall Mmy Margaret Haugen (D}° 1268 West O/sen Rd, Camano island 98292 House Office: 331 House Office Building 786-7914 Administrative Assistant: Jeanne Wi/k Dl=tdct 11 = Part of King County June Leonard (D)* 12444 Beacon Avenue South, Seattle 98178 House Office: 340 House Office Building 786-7978 Administrative Assistant: Margaret Robartson Margarita Prentice (D)° 6225 South Langston Road, Seattle 98178 House Office: 403 House Office Bui/~ng " 786-7662 Administrative Assistant: RoseMarle McGregor Dl=trlet 12:Chelan0 Douglas, Grant. and parts of KittRas. Unooln, and Ok~nogan counties Clyc~e Ballard (R)* 1790 No~th Baker Street. East Wanat~hee 98802 House OhYce: 4 lO.Le[/islative_ Bui/d.in. g 786-7954 Administrative Asststanc Tammi Alex M. McLean (R)° PO Box 246, Mansfield 98830 House Office: 421 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Judy Hanson Dlstriot 13: Parts of Adams, Grant, Kiffitas, and Yakima counties Glyn Chandler (R)° 1816 Dunn St[eeL Moses Lake 98837 House Office: 416 House Office Bullring Administrative Assistant." Joyce Thompson Curtis P. Smith(R)" Route 2 - 875 Road I NW, Ephrata 98823 House Office: 415 LeFisla~ve Building Adminlso'a~ive AsstsmnC Nan S~E.klln 9|=tr|¢t 14: P~rt of Ya]drna County Sh~ey L. Dory (R)" 4902 Eng/~wveod. Yakima 98908 House Office: 322 House Office Budding 786-7810 Administrative Assistant Jeanne Rensvold Jay R. Inslee (D)° 1226 ~bbling Roa~ Sarah 98942 House O~ce: 329 House Off~ce Bu~c~ncj 786-7856 Admk~r~ve Assistant Lisa Garza 786-7832 786-7932 78~. 7808 Dlstdot lS: Parts of I~nt~n and YakJma counties Margaret Rayburn .(.D.)~- 1610 South Euotid Read, Grandw'ew 98930 House Office: 335 House Office Building 786-7960 Administrative Assistant: Rite Cleanj" Forrest Baugher (D}° Box 92, Parker 98939 House Office: 338 House Office Building 786-7874 Administrative A~sistant: Pat Hogan Di=lriot 16; Parts of Benton, Franklin, and Walla Walla counties Peter T. Brooks (R)° House Offce: 324 House Office Building 786-7836 Administrative Assistant: Debra DeLayne William A. Grant (D)" 111 Merrlam, W~]la Wal/a 99362 House Office: 243 House Office Building 786-7828 Administrative Assistant: Megan Welsh Diatrlct 17: K]icki~t, Skamania, and part of Clark counties W. Kim Peary (D)" PO Box 1015, Camas 98607 House Office: 431 House Office Building 786.799,~ Administrative Assistant: Darlene DiDonato Holly Myers (D)° 2219 BE 146th Avenue, Vancouver 98684 House Office: 427 House Office Building 786-7976 Administrative Asslsram: Ann 7]ersland Olstdot 18= Pads of Clad~ and Cowiitz counties Batty Sue Morris (D)° 1~633 NW 19th Loop, Vancouver 98685 House Office: 438 House Office Building 786-785G Administrative Assistant: Sage Albright David Cooper PO Box 568, Battle Ground 98604 House Office: 428 House Office Building 786-781 Administrative Assistant: Kelly Adams District 13A; Parts of Clark and Cowlitz counties George L. RaiSer (D)* 1148 - 23rd A venue, Long~ew 98632 House Office: 439 House Office Building 786-780E Administrative Assistant: Stall Smith District 198: Padfic and parts of Grays Harbor and Wahkiakum counties Bob Baslch (D)* 510 Sumner, Aberdeen 98520 House Office: 304 House Office Bullring 786.787c AdminislTative Assistant: B.J. McGregor District 20: Lewis and part of Thurston counties Rose Bowman (R)° 416 West Cherry, Centralia 98531 House offce: 320 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Shannon Boldlzsar Bill Brumslckle (R)" 1015 Sp_ring Lane, Centralia 98531 House Office: 316 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Joan Johnson Disltiot 21: Part of Snohomlsh County Jeannette Wood (R)" " 24~33 Timber/aria, Woodway 98020 House Office: 315 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Mark Johnson John Byron Beck (R)" PO Box I043, Edmonds 98020 House Office: 317 House Office Building Adminls~ative Assistant: Betty Evans 786-789~ 786-799C 786-797~ District 22: Part of Thurston County Karen Fraser (D)" House offce: 405 House Of~ce Bulling AdminisratJm Assbtanr. Brenda ~'ckson Jennifer Belcher (D)" 323 Maple Park, Olympia 985O1 House Office: 406 House OtEce BuilcEng Aci'nini~ralive Assistant: Teresa DeLaCruz 786-794C TI55120915
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O|striGt Z3; P.art of l~itsap Goun~ p~ul Zetli, nsKy. Sr. Sheridan 5tat/on Box2107, ~remerton 98310 House Office: 429 House Of{~ce AdministraEv~ Assistant Col/sen Anderson K~ren Schmidt 155 Madrone Lane North, Bainbt~d~e Island 98110 House Office: 314 House Office B~ilding Administrative Assistant: Ginny Gates District 2.4: Clall,,a~?, Jefferson, and part of Grays Harbor counties Even ,Jones (D) 101 Lochow Road, Sequlm 98382 House Office:440 House Office ButToTng Administrative Assistant: Heather Fend-Hughes James E. Hargrove (D)" HouSe 3, Box 896, Hoquiam 98550 House Office: 305 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Lois Cotton DIs_tdot_25: Part of Pierce County uon uennett (D) 6724 Pioneer Way East, Puyal/up 98371 House Office: 434 House Office Buildin~/ Administrative Assistant: Jean McMi/ian Randy Tats (R)° 5110- 70~h Avenue East, Puya//up 99971 House Office: 420. House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Jennifer Van Hey District 26: Parts of Kitsap and Pierce counties Ron Meyers (D)* 4621 - 34~h Avenue Court NW, Gig Harbor 98335 House Office: 336 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Undo Hanna Wee Prultt (D)" 6215 - 55th Avenue Court, Gig Harbor 98335 House Office: 242 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Daphne Daus District 27; Part of Pierce County Ruth Fisher 1922 North Prospect ,#9, Tacoma 9~406 House Office: 435 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Bey Callagfian Art Wang .(D)" 331g North Union, Tacoma 98407 House Office: 203 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Sandra Romero Distdot 28: Part of P~erce County Shirley J. Winsley (R~" 539Buena Vista Avenue. Fircmst 98468 House Office: 319 House O/rice Bui/_ding Administrative Assistant: Shirley Ca/dwell Sally W. Walker (R)* 4617 Bellview Street West, Tacoma 98466 House Office: 327 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Lorna Smith Olstdct 29; Part ot Pierce County P.J. (Jim) Gallaghe. r~.D]* 125 South 72rid, Tacoma 98408 House Office: 402 Le[/islative Bu~Tding Admini~tra~ve Assistant: Barbara Cannon Brian Ebersole (D)* House Office: Third F/core Legislative Budding Administrative Ass[stone Kathy M~iley Dlstrlct 30: Pans of King and Pierce counties D~ck Schoon (R)" • .... 63 PO Box 3247, Federal way uuu House O/tlce: 918 House O~ce Administr~live Assistant: T{ac~ Cooper Je= Made Brough 1118 South 287th Piece, Federal Way 98003 House Office: 412 L~is/atl~e Bu~Tding Adm~nistra~ve Ass~s~nt: ~ Forner 786-7916 786°7904 78~. 794.8 786-7968 786-7964 786-7802 786-7930 786-7974 786-7890 786-7906 786-7996 7e~-78e8 786-783O LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 29 District 31: Pa~ls ot K~ng and Pierce counties Mike T~d PO Box 1~6, Au~m ~071 Houce ~: 3~ House ~ Bu~ng A~fnis~ Assistant: Panda C~ius 786-7846 Em~st F. Crane 220 Rrst Street NE, Auburn 98002 House O~ce: 401 Le~7~slative But/cling Administrative Assistant: Linda McMonag/e ;786-7866 Dis, f/lot 32: Part of King County ,Jeanne Brekke (D)° 6825 Sycamore NW, Soa~e 98117 House Office: 333 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Ellen Rodriguez Dick Nelson (D)* 2208 NW Market Street, #305, Seattle 98107 House Office: 307 House Office Building Administrative At~sistanL" Jo Larsen 786-7g00 788-7826 Dl=ltl~t 33: Pa~ of King County Lorraine A. Hine (D)" 1834 South 229th, Des Moines 98198 House Office: 406.Le~~slativ.e" B. ui_/din.g Administrative Assistant: val uers~ Grog Fisher 22022 - 6th Ave S #211, Des Me/has 98198 House Office: 437 House Office Building Administrative Assistant:. Jim Grew/oral 786-7834 786-7868 Dlslrl¢! 34: Part of King County Michael Heavey (O)* 9403 - 44th Ave'SW. Seattle 98136 House Offce: 404 Legislative_ BuiJdi..n.g 786-7938 AdminlsPative Assistant: Pat 5u#ivan Ge.qrgette y~e (0)" . House umce: 4O I, Legi.slatlv.e Buildin~g . 786-7982 Administrative Assistant: Lavana uonw/~ghr District 35.' Mason and parts of Grays Harbor, Kitsap and Thurston counties Ooug Sa an (..D Ea,t a3Y~ IJb~'y Road, She/ton 09~4 House Office: 401 Hous~ Office Building Administrative Assistant: Belly Germeau Max Vekich (D)* House Off<e: 301 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Erie ~auls District 36: Part o1 King County Helen Seminars (D)" 2892 West E/more Piece, $eatt/e 98199 House Office: ~39 House Office Bui/c~ng AdminisYative Assistant'. Pauline Rice Larry Ph|~lips 2-624.34th West, Sea/fie 98199 House Off<e: 241 House Office Building AdminisUa~ve Assistant: Teresa Bielenberg Dl=tdot 37: Part of King County John L O'Bden(D)'D)* 1305 Jo_s,e, ph V~nca Building, Sea~e 98101 House umce: Third Floor, Eegis~tive Building Administrative Assistant: MoO' Walker Gary F. Lod~e 5150 South Wildwood Lane, Seattle 98118 House Offce: 204 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Mary Hsu District 3~: Part of Snohomich County Pdchard A. King (D)° 309- T/th Pla~e SW, Everett 98203 House Office: 426 House Offce Building Administrative As=ist~mt: Judith Bfghron Pat ~cott 7706 R~inier Drive, Everett 98201 House Off<e: 306 House O/rice ButlcEng AdminJsu'alive Assistant: dean Asp=as 786.7966 786-7902 786-7814 786-7860 786-7928 786-7838 786-7864 786- 7840 TI55120916
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30 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 786-7804 766-7800 786-7970 786-7894 786-7928 786-7980 786-7854 786-7920 Dlstrlot ;~gA: Part of Snohomish County Kada Wilson (D)° 58 11406.17~h Place NE, Lake Stevens 982 House O/foe: 803/4ou=a O/foe Building Admlnistrat/ve Assfstant: Leola District 3gB: Part of Snohomish County Arthur C. Sprenkle (D)" 14830 Tester Road. Snohomish g8290 House Office: 430 House O/foe Building Administrative Assistant: Christine Ohlsen District 40: San Juan end pads of Skagit and Whatcom counties Harder Spanel (O)* 901 Libeny 6treet, Be/lingham 98225 House Office: 330.House O~ce Bu!ldin[/ Adminisvative Assistant: Susan MOrnS Jim Youngsman 2021 ECol/ege Way, Mount Vernon 98273 House Office: 422 House Office Building Administrative AssistanL" Dan K~rschner District 41: Part of King County Jim HornI(F R)" 9507 SE 61st Place, Mercer Island 98040 House Office: 326 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Ohar/offo Yells Fred O. May (R)° tS Brook Bay Lane, Mercer Island 98040 House Office: 414 Legislative Building Administrative Assistant: Carol Anderson District 42: Part of Whatcom County Dennis Braddock (D)° PO Box 5228, Bel/i~lham 98227 House Office: 342 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: Inez Johnson Pete kremen (D)° 8283 Northshore Road, Bel/ingham 98226 House Office: 808 House Offi~ B~'l~ng, Administrative Assistant: Unda LUttrell Dl~ot 4~= Part of Kin~County vin B. Anderson ( )° 401 Broadway Ave. E, S'eatt/e 98102-5009 House Office: 402 House Office Building Administrative A~slstanL" Seanna Jordan Jesse Wineber~ (D)* _ ..... 22 340- 15th Avenue ~ast, 63~0, Seams House Office: 433 House Office Building Administrative Assistant: A/isan Pecho District 44: Parts of King and Snohomis.h counties Maria Cantweil (D)° . .... House Office: 240 House Lrmce ~u/~lng 78G.7~82 Administrative Assistant: Annette BooZh HOUSE STANDING COMMI'f-I'EES Paul H. ICing (DF 22804 - 57th Avenue Wes~ Mountlake Terrace House Office: 436 House OhTce Building 788.7892 Administrative Assistant: John M/doe/san District 45: Part of King County John W. Betrozoff (R)° 11818- 156th Avenue NE, Redmond 98052 House Office: 321 House Office Building 786-7876 Administ[afive Assistant: Marsha Gehr/ng Louise Miller 17005 - 191st Avenue NE, Woodinvi/le 98072 House Office: 414 Legislative Buifding 7BS.7822 AdminiMrative Assistant: Judy Hart Dl=tdot 46: Part of King County Madin J. Appelwick (D)* 2611 NE 125th, Suite 104. Seattle 98125 House Office: 337 House Office Building 78~-788G Administrative Assistant: Anastasia Sandstrom Ken Jacobsen(D)" 2Gll NE f2Sth, Suite 104, Sea/Is 98125 House Office: 334 House Office Building 786-7818 Administrative Assistant: Morris Malahoff Di=tri©t 47". Part of King County J. Bruce Holland (R)° 14204 SE 180th Place, Renton 98058 House Office: 415.House O/foe Building 786.7918 Administrative Assistant: Unda Petarsen Elmira Fomer (R) 14420 SE 288th, Kenr 9804~ House Office: 417 House Office Building 786-7858 Administrative Assistant: Darlene Hermes District 4~= Part of King County Roy A. Ferguson (R)" _ 2955- 162nd SE, Bellevue ~uuuu House Office: ,~ 18 House ONce Building 786- 7936 Administrative Assistanl: Susan Sumner Steven Van Luven (R) PO Box 3625, Bellevue 98009 House Office: 423 House Office Building 78G-7848 Administrative Assistant: Men/ca Tracy District 49: Part of Clark County Busse Nuttey (D)* 409 West 37th Street, Vancouver 98660 House Office: 432 House Office Building 786.7872 Administrative Assistant: Lois Fe/ber Joseph E. King (D)" ' 703 Broadway,, #700, Vancouver 98660 House Office: Third Floor, Legislative Building 786-7999 Administrative Assistant: Jb/ie Anderson AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT-- 12 members Derno~mts - 7 members: Margaret Raybum, chair;, Pete Kr_~en, vice chair; Forrest Baugher; Bill Grant; Jim Jesemig; Neal Kirby; Maril~n Hasmusse_n Republicans o 5 members: Glyn Chandler; Shldey Dory; Alex McLean; u~rwin Neaiey'; Jim Youngsman APPROPRIATIONS -- 30 members Democrats - 19 members: Gax'/Locke, chair; Bill Grant, vice.chair; Hele, n Sommers, vice chair;. Marlin Appelwlck; Je,nni.fpr Belch.er; De.nms, Joanne Brekke; Randy Dora; Brian El)el'sOle; Lorraine Hine; ,Jay instee; Peery; NanW Rust; Doug Sayen; Harriet Spanel; A~t Sprenlde; Georgette Vails; Art Wang~ Jesse Winebeny Re~)ubhcans - 11 members: Jean Marie Brough; Rose Bowman; Shiney D_o_.ty; Roy Ferguson; Bruce Holland; Fred M~y; Alex IVk;Leen; Daxwin Nealey;-li~eM" Paddan; J~an Silver=: Jim Youngsman CAPITAL FAClU'[IES AND RNANCING ~ 14 mentbars Democrats - 9 members: Helen Seminars, chair; Ma~'lyn Rasmussen, vice chair;, Dennis Braddock; K~_mn Fraser; Michael Heavey; Ken Jacobsen; K~m Pee~,; Shirley Rector;, Art Wang Rept~lic~ms - 5 members: ,.rohn Beck; John Bet~ozoff; Rose Bowman; Dick .Schoon': Sh~ey W'msley COMMERCE AND LABOR -- 11 members Democrats - 7 members:, Max Vektch, chair; Grace C.oJe, vice.chair; Ever Jones; Richard King; June Leonard; John O'Brlen; Mar~anta Prant~e RepubIk;ans - 4 members: Elmira Forner; Curt ~mith ; Sail)' Walker; Chade, Wolfe EDUCATION -- 19 memberz Democrats - 12 members: Kim Peo.~, chair; Grog Fisher, ~ice ch~dr; Cole; Randy Dora; Even Jones: Paul King: Larry Phillips: Was Pruitl; Ma~lyn Rasmussen; Margaret Raybum; Georgette Vails; Kada Wilson Republ~s - 7 members: J£h,n Be[rozo.~'.; B~! Brumsiclde; Steve Fuh,'m~. Brace Holland; Jim Hem; uick ~:~cnoon; :5~j walker ENERGY AND UTILITIES -- 13 members Democrats - 8 members: Dick Nelsnn, chair; Holly Myers. vice chair;, D~ Bennett; David Cooper;, P.J. (Jim) Galfaghar; Ken Jacobsen; Jim Jesern~j: Rc - 5 members: Peter Brooks: St,Jdey Hankins*; Fred May; Louis M~lk~r~, Sire Wilson TI55120917
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ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS -- 12 members Democrats - 8 members: Nancy Rust, chair;, Georgette Valle, vice chair;, Jeanne Brekke; Crag Fisher;, Karen Fraser;, Larry Phillips; Wee Pruitt; Art Sprenkle Republicans -4 members: Dick ,~choon; Duane Sommers'; Steve Van Luven; S~lly Walker FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND INSURANCE ~ 15 members Democrats - 11 members: Dennis Dellwo, chair; Paul Zellinsky, vice chair;, Calvin Anderson; Forrest l~ugher: Ernest Crane; Bill Day; Randy Dom; Jay Inslee; Paul King; Busse Nutley; Kada Wilson Republicans-4 members: John Beck; Glyn Chandler*; Karen Schmldt; Sh~dey Winsley " " FISHERIES AND WILDL{'FE-.- 12 members Democrats- 7 members: Richard King, chair; Betty Sue Morris, vice chair; Bob Basich; Grace Cole: Mary M. Haugen; Hardet Spanel; Max Vekich Republicans - 4 members: Peter Brooks; Rose Bowman; Curt Smith; Sire Wilson" HEALTH CARE-- 11 members Democrats - 7 members: Dennis Braddock, chair; Bill Day, vice chair;, Maria Cantwell; Betty Sue Morris; Margarita Prentice; Art Sprenkle; Max Vekich Republicans - 4 members: Peter Brooks'; Glyn Chandler; Duana Sommars; charles Wolfe HIGHER EDUCATION -- 13 members Democrats - 8 members: Ken Jacobsen, chair;. Harriet Spanai, vice chair; Bob Basich; Don Bennett; Karen Fraser; Mike Heavey; ; Jim Jesemig; Shidey Racier Republicans - 5 members: Shirley Dory; Louise Miller; Eugene Pr~nce; Steve Van Luven'; Jeannette Wood HOUSING -- 9 member-," Damecr~ts - 6 members: Busse Nutlay, chair; June Leonard, vice chair; Calvin Anderson; Jay Inslee; Shidey Rector; Mike Todd Republicans - 3 members: Clyde Ballard; Mike Padden; Shidey Winslay* HUMAN SERVICES -- 11 members Demw'-rats - 7 members: Doug Sayan, chair; Pat Scott. vice chair;, Calvin Anderson; Jeanne Brekka; Jim Hargrove; June Leonard; G~orge Rafter Republicans - 4 members: John Meyer*; Mike Padden; Randy Tate; Shidey Winsley JUDICIARY m 19 members Democrats - 12 members: Madin Appelwick, chair; Ernest Crane, vice chair; Jennifer Belcher; Dennis Deliwo; Jim Hargrove; Jay Inslee; Paul King; Gary Locke: Ron Meyers; Holly Myers; Pat Scott: Jesse Wineberry Republicans - 7 members: Jean Marie Brough; Elmira Fomer; John Meyer; Mike Padden'; Karen Schmidt; Duane Seminars; Randy Tato LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 31 LOCAL GOVERNMENT-- 14 member= Democrats - 9 members: Mary M. Haugen. chair:. David Cooper. vice chair: Neal Kirby; Dick Nelson; Busse Nutiey: Larry Phillips; George Relier: Margaret Raybum; Paul Zellinsky Republicans-5 members:Roy Ferguson*; Jim Hem: Dan~'in Nealey: Chades Wolfe; Jeannette Wood NATURAL RESOURCES AND PARKS -- 11 members Democrats - 7 members: Jennifer Belcher. chair; Kada Wilson. vice chair: Dennis Dellwo; Jim Hargreve;Holly Meyere; George Raiter; Doug Sayan .Republicans - 4 members: John Beck'; Bill Bmmsid~le; Roy Fergusan; Steve Funrman REVENU~ 17 members Democrats - 11 members: Art Wang, chair: Wee Pruitt, vice chair; Marlin Appelwick: Bob Basich; Karan Fraser: Bill Grant; Mary M. Haugen; Betty Sue Morris; Lan7 Phillips; Nancy Rust; Helen Seminars Republicans - 6 members: Bill Brumsickle; Steve Fuhrman; Bruce Holland'; Jim Hem; Jean Silver; Steve Van Luven RULES ~ 19 members Democrats - 13 members: Joseph K~ng. chair: John O'Brien, vice chair; Grace Cola; Ernest Crane; Brian EI0ersole; P.J. (Jim) Gallagher: Jim Hargrove; M~ke Heavey; Lorraine Hine; Paul King; Ron Meyers; Pat Scott; Georgette Valle Republicans-6 members: Clyde Bellard'; Jean Made Brough; Steve Fuhrman; Fred May; Louise Miller; Eugene Prince STATE GOVERNMENT -- 10 members Democrats - 6 members: Mike Todd, Chair; Calvin Anderson, Vice Chai~, Ruth Fisher; Richard King; Betty Sue Morris; John O'Brian Republicans - S members: Shirley HankJns; Alex McLean*; Jean Silver TRADE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT-- 13 members Democrats - 8 members: Mafia Cantwell, chair; Jesse Wineberry, vice chair; Grog Fisher; Neal Kirby; Pete Kremen; George Rafter; Madlyn Rasmussen; Shirley Rector Republicans - 8 members: Shirley Dory°; John Meyer; Dick Schoon; Randy Tate; Jim Youngsman TRANSPORTATION -- 97 members Democrats - 18 members: Grog Fisher, chair; Forrest Baughar, vice chair; Bob Basich: Don Bennett; Mafia Cantweli; David Cooper: Bill Day; Grog Fisher: P.J. (Jim) Gallagher; Man/M. Haugen; Mike Heavey; Even Jones; Pete Kremen; Ron Mayors; Dick Nelson; Margarita Prentice; Mike Todd; Paul Zellinsky Republicans - 10 members: John Betrozo'ff; Elmira Fomer; Shidey Hank, ins; Eugene Prince; Karen SchmidI*; Curt Smith; Duane Sommers; Sally Walker; Wilson: Jeannette Wood MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ANDERSON, CALVIN B. (.?.emocrst) Representative from District 43 in Seattle, tung County. Active in the Squire Park Community Council and other community and social service volunteer efforts. Member: NAACP, Urban League, The Dorian Group, Greater Seaffie Business ~Assn, Bd-Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP), Bd Dir-Operation Nightwatch, an o~ganization of clergy and laypeople working with street.people and the hometass in Seattle. Secretary, WA State uemocratio Party; president, Seattle-King County Democratic Club; Metropolitan Democratic Club; Lesbian/Gay Democrats of Greater Seattle. Served in US.Army; Vietnam veteran. APPELWICK, MARLIN J. (Democrat) Representative from the 46th Legislative District. Seattle, King County. Chair of Judiciary Committee. member of Appropriations and Revenue committees. Marlin, wife. Linda, daughter. Lauran, and son, Aodrew. live in the lake City neighbor- hood of northeast Seattle. Partner in Seattle law firm of Appelwick, Trickey, Sluiter and Spicer. Active in Lions Club, Chamber of Commerce, Community Center, SPARCC. ~nd Faith Lutheran Church. BALLARD, CLYDE, Mlnoflty Leader (Republican) Representative from 12th District comprised of Chelan and Douglas counties: parts el Okanogan, KittJtas, and Grant counties. Serving his fourth term in the House. Clyde and his wife, Ruth, live in East Wenatchee and have ~ree grown sons. They am involved in community work and their church. BASICH, BOB (Dame=rat) Third-term representative fl'om District 19B. Aberdeen, South Beaches (Westport, Grayland, Ocosta, Tokaland). Pacitio County and western Wahklakum County. Bom and raised in Aberdeen. Gradu- ate o| Grays Harbor College and St. Mann's College; Master's Degree, University of Oregon. Major: Political Science. Past member of .Aberdeen City Council. Havx. veteran. Bob and his wife P, nita have three children ana eight grandchildren. TI55120918
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32 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH I I I BAUGHERj FORREST (Democrat) Representative from BRADDOCK, DENNIS (Democrat) Representa~ve fror the 15th District', which includes the Yakima Valley and Legislative Dis~ct 42, comprising all of Whatcom Ooun! part ot Benton County, serving his third term. Bern and except the southern por~on of Be,ingham, is serving hi raised in the Yakima Valley area. as were his paren.ts, fourth term. Graduate, WSU with a BA in Political Sa Worked as an electriSan; sewed for four years on me enos, operates a planning consulting firm. Serves on A~" _. Governor's Electric~d Licensing Board; active in civic afo propdatlons and Capital-Facilities & Financing fairs. He oJrrently operates a producing fruit ranch in the tee. and is chair of Health Care Committee. Served a Parer area. raising apples, pears, cherries, and Presi- Peace Corps volunteer, is aVietnam veteran, and serve dent plums, nine years on Bellingham City Council. BECK, JOHN BYRON (Republican) RepresentaWe BREKKE, JOANNE(Democrat) Representing Seattle's ~ from 21st District which includes the cities of Edmonds 32rid District: Baltard, Fremont, Green Lake, Phinney and Lynnwood and parts of Everett and MukJlteo. Former Ridge, W~lingterd and University District, Appointed Foreign SaUce Officer with US State Department, haw February, elected November 1978. A lifetime King County Ing served In Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. Seattle resident, born in North Bend, Washington. Graduated University graduate, 1969, BA in Political Science and from University of Washington. 1957, with a BA in Economics; USArmyveteran, 1966-6& Currentlyowner/ ogy. Active in education and community concerns. She president of Back's Funeral Home, Inc. and Restlawn lives on Phinney Ridge. Memorial Pad(, both in Edmonds. BELCHER, JENNIFER (Democrat) Representative from BROOKS, PETER T. {Republican) Representative fro Dlstrlct 22 comprising most of Thurston County. Jennifer the 16th District--Walls Walla County and portions is a long-time Olympia resident. She is President of Benton and Franklin counties. Born: Concord, Mas Management Dynamics, a management consulting firm, Forty-year resident of Walls Walls. Retired general st: and previously worked as a state employee for eleven ~leon. Past president, WA State Medical So,sty and years. She has bee.n an a.~tive member of the communi~, ~tate Chapter American College of Surgeons. Comm seine on various ooaras of directors. She is nationa,y tee assignments. .1985-6: Aen~culture, Social & Heal recognized for innovative management and training pro- Services. Member of Washington State Health Ca~ grams and for her interest in government and politics. Proiects Commission, Executive Committee. Commitk assignments 1987-8: Health Care, State Govemmer _Agriculture & Rural Development, and Enerey & UtJlitie Dr. Brooks and his wife, Betty, have five children. 25th District comprised of the greater Puyallup~umner ~~ area, nciuding Midland and Sonney Lake. Appointed to ~ Way, Vashon Island, ano nonneast Tacerea and Edge- ~ unexpired term in January, 1990..Eamed. B.A. Degreein ~L~~ woed areas in Pierce County, is sewing her fourth tann. ~ Polit~csandGovemmentandlawoegree~'omtheUnivar- ~. ~1 BorninWashingtonD.G.;graduatadfromAuburnUniver- ~ s tyofPugetSound. Dons secedes staffattorney for the ~ ..~ sitywith Masta.rs Degree in Mathematics Educ~tio.n. For- ~_. Senate Education Committee ter two years prior to work- BL'~.._ ~- ~ ~ ~ mar math teacher;, long active as a community volunteer; ~ ing for the Washington State School Director' Associa- ~b~/J~~..~BI presently_amemberFe~de..ralW~,ChamberofCommerce, ~i~._.~ tion. An actlve member of Shep.herd of the Hill Presbyle- ~P~ ~ Highline ~ommunity College women's Programs Advt- ~i~t= fian Church Don and his wile Anne. a high school ~~... band, Bill, have a grown daughter, Stephanie. ~= -"~'~1~ teacher, live in Puyallup and have one daughter, Rite. sory Committee. and Federal Way First.. She add hus- BETROZOFF~ JOHN Wo (Republlcen) 45th District, NE ~ BRUMSIOKLE, BILL, Assistant Republican Orga~ King County, fourth term. Gradu.ate: Raymond High I~ zatlonLeader(Republican)Representingthe20thl;. ,,%~hoo10 Grays Harbor ~oilege, western Washington ~. • '~.~ ~ct, consisting ot Lewis County and southwest Thurst- State University (BA & MA in Education), and attended ~. " :. ~ County. Serving his first term. Graduate of West~ University of.Washlngton Gradua~ Sch.onl. Work exped- t~i ?~,,,~1~'~ Washington University with BA in Educadon graduate once in public schools (Bellevue). re= estate, property ~"~: '\;.~E,;;~ Pacific Lutheran University with MA in Educational management, day .care, and as_Ho.use staff analyst. ~lk~.~~ mlnis .b.~,,lion. D.id~dditlon_algraduateworkatWashingt Community service ~or YMCA, Blguro.mers, Puget Power ~..'.=,~ State university. Recently retired as Assistant Super Customer Council, Redmond Chameer of Commerce ~_.,~3.~ tandentofCenValiaScheels.Heandhiswife, Mary'Ar Lions Club, Derby Days Festival, Junior Achievement, ~'~ have four grown sons. Pacific Do,once Center Associate, and Keep Washington Green Assn. Self-employed propert~ manager. He anc~ his wife, Sara Jo0 live just north of Reomond. BOWMAN, ROSE, Assistant Minority Whip (~Republloan) Representative from 20th Dismct; Lewis. (;ount7 and southwest Thursten County. Resident ot CenlraJia. Rose and her husband have owned and operated ~e|r ~.uto repair ~nd supply business for over twenty years. Her small business expertise is rec(:x:jn~zed by Govemor Gardner. who appointed her to SmaJl Busi- ness Improvement Council and is damonsUated by her ~e~lership on the Govemoc's Conference on SmgJI Busi- ness. Active in a variety of 1o¢=1 school, community, and s ..e~_ c~rganizafion~. Graduated with hoc~-s from Cen- a'aaa College. She and husband, Leon, are the parents o! ~ree grown childcen. ~ANTWELI~ MARIA ~Oemo~'at) Representative from e 44th Legislative Dmvict whk:~n includes Mountlake Terrace, Bo~eli, Brier, and Mill Creek. A graduate o! Miami University. Malta resides in Mountlake Terrace and operates her own public rotations firm. ~he is a m~mb~r of Alderwood Rote.'y, Bothell Business and Professional Women. South Snohomish Count~ Charaher of Gore- .re.arcs..and Mountlake..Terrace Friends of Made =so serves on me Snohomish County Board of Displaced Homemakers. T[55120919
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COLE, GRACE, Assistant Majority Whip (Democrat) Representative from. 1st Di.st..r~ct: ~,.heral.ine, NW .%~tle and Kenmom. Has cent or ~nore,ne. Has served ave yea~ in the L .egislature. Currently vice chair, Commerce &Lseor;memeer, Education Fisheries & Wildlife, Rules, and Committed on Committees. Graduate, Oregon State Univorsity. Served on Shoreline School Board, Shoreline Youth Sewicas Board, Center for Hu~nan Services Board. Member: League of Women Voters, Women's Political Caucus, Shoreline Chamber of Commerce, American Assn of University Women. She and husband, Cad, have four adult sons and one grandson. LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 33 II CHANDLERI GLYN ~Republican) RepresentalJve from DORN, RANDY, Assistant Majority Whip (Democrat) Legislative Dzstrict 13 m ceat,"a] Washington. Is se.rv~ng his. Repmsentaf~ve from the 2nd Lbgisla~e DistricL which. fourth term. He is a retired farm equipment dealer or includes perdoasofsouthem Pierce County anda por~on twanty.seven years in Moses Lake. He is invoivedw~h his of Thurston County. Randy was bern and raised in Puyai- sons in a hay and c~.ttle rdnch. =gong .~th an apple lup and now I~ves in Eaton~ille with his wife Kaya and orchard. He has servec~ several years on me PTO andis their three children, doe, Jab. and ,.lake. i-{e ho~; his a past Moses Lake School Board member. He is an active Masters" Degree from Pacific Lutheran University and is member of the First Baptist Church. He and his wife, Free, an a.dm!nistrat.or in the Ealonvlfie School Distr~ct. He aJso have one daughter, four sons, and twolve grandchildren, conducts seminars on success, motivation, and commu- nications. DOTY, SHIRLEY L (Republican) Representative from the 14th District, Yakima, Selah, Oowiche-Nachas Heights. and West Valley. Sowing third term. Born in Alaska, lived in Yaldma County thirty-six years. Graduate ol CWU with BA in Education. Teacher, rancher, commu- nity volunteer; five years Yakima City Council momber and has served on other local government bedias. Special interests: Agd~ulture~ international trade, water issues, and family. Two morned sons. COOPER, DAVID (Democrat) Representative from the 18th District, serving half of Clark County and most of Cowlitz County. David, h!s wife, Ramona, and step- daughter, Nine, live in Battle Ground. He. attended clerk College in Vancouver and no.,w operates his own construe,, tide business. Serves on me ~-nergy & Utilities, and Transportation committees and is vice chair of the Local Government Committee. EBERSOLE, BRIAN, Majority Lender(Democrat) Rep- resentative from 29th Legislative District, Pierce Count, includes south Tacoma and Parkland. Now serving h~s fourth term, Brian was elected Majority Leader in 7987 and before that was ch~ir, Education Committee. Bern in 19470 he earned his bashelor's degree from the Univer- s~ of Tennessee and his master's degree from the University of Connecticut. Brian now serves on the Rules and Appropriations committees. He is ast~ve in profes- sional and sewioe organizations, CRANE, E_R.NEST F. (Democrat) Serving fourth term from 31st Dislxict, which1, includes Auburn, part of Kent, Block Diamond, Enumcmw, Buckley, Wilkason and Car- bonado. Resident of Auburn, BA University of Iowa; JD, University of Michigan. Committees during 1987-88 and 1989 session: Vice chair, Judidary; Rules:Financial Insti- tutions & Insurance. Member of pmlessional, veterans, fraternal and civic organizations. He and his wife, Susan, have three children: Linda, Frank n and Marcus, and two grandchildren: Kristin and Ericka. ~egAY,, BILL_(Demoera..t) ,Repres, antative from ,the ~rd is~ative uzstrict in ~po~.ane: He is serving his t.hird term. Graduate of Eastern washington University with a degree in business. Currently employed as a marketing consultant. He is an active member o/his community. He and his wife, Deborah, have three boys, Billy, Johnny, and Dean. DELLWO, DENNIS _A. (Democrat) RepresontatJve from the 3rd Legislative District, including downtown and a large portion of the north paxt of the City of Spokane. Servin~j his fourth term. Denny is currently chair of the Fleanc=al Institutions & Insurance Committee. He was born in Washington D.C. in lg45, and was raised in Spokane. Graduated from Gonzaga.University with a BA ifi History and from Arizona State ualversity School o.f Lm% JD. He is a member of the law firm of Winston and CashatL Dennis and his wife, Jeannina, have a three- year-old daughter, Allison. FERGUSON, ROY A. (Republican) Representative BEBI~BBI~B from the 48th Distdot which includes Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond areas of King County; serving_second term. Graduate, Illinois Wesleyan University inBusiness ii" Administration. Korean veteran, Army Airborne, Sorved two terms on Bellevue City Council and served as Mayor of Bellevue. Member: .Bellevue Community College Foundation, Foundation for the Handicapped, and Ameri- ~J. ~~ *.~J.l.~!~ ~_~ can Legion. Has served on boards of Washington State Spatial Olympics, King CountyARC, and Bellevue Boys" and Gids' Club. Retired fromExxon Co. USA. Roy and wife, Connie, ere active in their church and ha~'~ two grown sons. RSHER, GREG (Democrat) Representative of the 33rd District, Des Moines, Normandy Park, Sea-TaD Airpp.rt and parts of Buden, Tukwila, and Kent. A graduate of the University of Washington, Gre~ has been a lifetime resi- dent of the area. He a former |oumalist and Governor's speech writer. FISHER, RUTH (Dernocral) RepresenlJng the 27th DLs- trlct of Pierce County, north and east Tacoma, Fife, and Milton, sendng her fourth term. Born and educated in Tacoma (University of Puget Sound). She is a member of the House Ethics Board and the Legislative Transperte- tide Committee. She is a former PJeme County Planning Commissioner. Ruth has two children. TI55120920
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34 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH FORNER, ELMIRA (Republic=n) R_epmsantative from District 47, which includes Renten, Kent, and parts of Redmond and Isseguah. Appointed to the seat in 1990. Elmira attended Green River Gommunity College. Her list of community/local government_activiti_es in~ud_es Ci.t'/' o! Kent Planning Commission; Puget ,~ouno uouncll or Governments; Chei.r~ King ~ounty T~nsit Advisory Committee; Metro Citizens" Water QualibJ CommR.tee; Kent Chamber of Commerce, Transportation Committee and South King County Reads Task Force. She and her husband, Amy, have three grown children. HARGROVE, JAMES F. (Democrat) Representative from the 24th Dlstr~t: Clallam. Jefferson and western Grays Harbor counties. Se~ing his third term, Jim w'as born in Port,and, Oregon and graduated with a BS i.n Forest Management from Oregon State University. He.ws self-employed as a forester on the Olympic veninsu=a. Jim, his wife, L~uda, and two children live in Hoquiarn and are active in the local Christian community. Jim's legisla- tive work emphasizes trade/economlc development and natural resources management from a rural community perspective. FRASER, KAREN, A.salatant Majority Whip (Dpmo ©rat) Representative ~rom 22nd District, comprising a majority of Thurston County, including all or part o! Olym- p~ia, Lacey, Tumwater, Yelm. and Tanlno. Former Thurston County Commissioner and Mayor of Lacey. Past president of Washington State Association of Coun- ~es. Graduate of University of Wa..shington wi.th BA and MPA degrees. Former legislative liaison for three sta|e• .~.--~-. ~.~ agencies. Married to Tim Malone, Assistant Attorney General. They have an adopted daughter, Hiromi. HAUGEN, MARY MARGARET (Demoora.t) Representa- tive from Distdat 10, comprising Islano and parts of Snohomish and Skagit counties. Serving fourth term, Chair, Local Government Committee, Municipal Re- search Council. Sewed on Local Governance Commis- sion. Member: Advisory Commission on Intergovemman- tal Relation.s, Salmon Advisory Board. Community and profession~J affiliations: League of Women Voters, Eas!- ern Star, Camano Island Chamber of Commerce, Scum Camano Grange Greater Ma~ysville Business end Pro- fess onai Women, United Methodist Church. Resides on Oamano Island. Has four grown children, FUHRMAN, STEVE, Assistant Minodiy Floor Leader HEAVEY, MICHAEL~ Ass.lstan.t M.aJ.or_it.y Leader (Republican) Representative from Legislative District 7 (Democr_a_t) Representative from me ;..~4m ulsfrict: King comprising Fer~y, Lincoln. Pand Oraille, Okanogan, Ste- County.--r..West Seattle, White Center, and northwest vans counties, and part of Sppkane County. Gradua!e Buden. Mike is an in-house attorney wlthsebey uerpora- WSU. Vielnam veteran Captain, US Army, Owns gram tlon in Seattle; Viet Nam veteran; aotivein the communi~ • e craters and farm supply busine.ss in Colvill.e. V,agey. ' as a youth sp~.rts coach; formpr ,Community Councd Member: National Grain Dealers Assodation, Washing- President. Sob/inn second term in ~'le House..Mike is a ton Cattlemen's Association, VFW, American Legion. native Washingtonian and a graduate of Seattle public Active n several p.ro- fe organizations. Born in Washing- schools, University of Washington and University of ton. He and his w=fe, Susan, have three children: Carolyn, Santa Clara. Mike and his wife, Conn e, have one chgd. Brad, and Christa. GALLAGHER, P.J. (JIM) (Democrat) Representative from the 29th Distdct of Pierce County, is serving his flfleenth term. Born in 1915 in ~.ayior¢ Washington. Graduate, Washington State University. Mem~oer: KnlghtsofColumbus Uon'sClub, and Eagtasl Heandhis wife, Mabel, have si~ children. HINE, LORRAINE A., Democratic Caucus Chair ~vDoiemocrat) Representative fr_om the 33rd District: Des nes, Normandy Park, Sea- I.aC Airport, part?, o.f F.ed- oral Way and Burien. Serving her fiffh term, chairs me Democratic Caucus. Born in Timbed~ke, South Dakota and raised in south King County. Graduate of WSU with BA in SpeechlEducation. Three term mayor of Des Moines, past president of the Puget Sound Council of Governments. She and her husband, William, have six children. GRANT, WILLIAM. A, (O.empor.a.t) Representative from. the 16th District WhiCh incluaes watts Wails County and parts of Benton and Franklin counties. UfelJme resident of the district. Serving second term. Member of House Ways & Means, Agriculture & Rural Development, and Trade & Economic Development committees during his first term. Also named to the Washington State Economic Develo~ ment Board. Bill and Nancy Grant, both graduates .o,f Whitman College, have four Children and three grandchil- .dren. They operate a wheat farm that has been in the tamely for four generations. HOLLAND, J, BRUCE (Republican) Representative from Legislative District 47in southeastern King County. Sewinghis fourth term. He graduated from the University of Washington with Bachelor and Master degrees in Economics, apedalizing in Public Finance and has spent his professional career in finance and budget manage- mont. Born and raised in King County, he has a long record of community service, including MAOD (M.others Against Drunk Drivers), Chamber of Commerce, Home- owners Association, and soccer and tennis dubs. He and his wife. Marda, have two sons. HANKINS, SHIRLEY, Republican Organization HORN, JIM (Republican) Representative from th.e 41st Leader (Republican) Representative from Legislative District includ/n9 Mercer Island, parts of Bellevue, ,ssaq- District 8. Benton County. Shidey is serving her fif'~ term. uah, and Ranten. First term. Born and raised in central S_he. is a,,.n~,m, bar of the Ame~can Nu=lear Society - Illinois. University of Illinois graduate; BS, mechan.ical ¢il; gus~,e== and Profe~iOn~J Women's Glub; RJchland varsity. Four terms Mercer Island.City ColJndl. now sen/- ~R~.~J~_~'..~.~_ Women; t.n.~tu~ ~or Regulatory ,~=:~ence. inn as mayor. Employed by The Boeing Company. as onm~y ,,~_~. memoer o! the NCSL Executive Board- the Program Planning and C.,on~,ol Manager [or Advanced Board_of D!rectors of Benten-Fran~din United Way; ~:~v~ Systems. Serves in many business aria community acdvi- .s.o.ry ~o_ a~ of.~ Fed~_ral Laboratorf ConsorgJm, Far ties, inclu¢~ _rig national vice president, TMSA; K~ng Cou.n.ty ..w.es.t.H ~e~ on. w.~o~v...~h_ree adu~tchi(cken. Retired fxom Subre~_'onai Council; Uons Club; VFW. He and wile, westinghouse Hen:era ~;ompany. Joyce, have two grown children, Brad end Usa. TI55120921
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INSLEE, JAY R. (Democrat) Representative from the 14th District of Yakima County, Sewing his first term. Ha gmduatecl from the Universit',t,o f We .s.h~g ~ n and..~d his JD de~ree at Willamette..univers!ty uo~=.e, ge or.Law. practices law in Selah, Washington. He one n~s wile. live in Selah where they ~se alfalfa. "they have three boys. KING, RICHARD A. (Democral) th.e 33th District of S.ncho~sh COU.nty- h ~.ntat=ve from rlsneries ~., w,ome. He $s a graQuate ~+..~ mmmittee on Washington with BA and speechandpafliamenta~procedur~:,';~- He teec~as nlty-- College, He and his wife, Mary, h=~v~ett Cemmu°'= ,~r ch~ren. JACOBSEN, KEN (Democrat) 46th Distdct Representa- KIRBY, NEAL (Democrat) Rep.resentative fi'om 7th Dis- tire, northeast Seattle, serving his fourth term. Chair of trict: Ferry, Uncoln, Pend Ore~lle. Stevens and parts of House Highar Education Committee. Born in Nebraska Okanogan and Spokane Counties. Serving his first Term. and raised in northeast Seattle. Fie is an alumni of Lake Graduate of University of Washingto~n. w!th a M.aste.rs' City E ementery School, Shoreline High School, Univer- Degree in Education Administxation. Neai was rouncter sity of Washington and Chris!church Teachers' College, and(3ha r of the Commitlee for Levy Equalization, as well New Zealand. He is active in his corn_reunify as a parent, as being on the North. Valley Hospital Levy Cominlttae and as a Director of Puget Consumers (.;o-op, as a board the urovll e Schools LeVy Committee. Neal, a school member af the Seattle Audubon Society, and as a con- administrator, and his wife, Shelley Ramey, have four sultant, to the Early Childhood Hearing Impaired Founda- children, Laura, Ramey, Zone, and Joke. lion. He and wife, Rachel, a New Zealander, are the parents of Iwo daughters, Sonja and Kiri. ~ JESERNIG, JIM., Aesiatant Majority ..Whip (Dpmocrat) Representative from the 3th District. Jim was born and raisedin Kennewi~k. He is a graduate of Washington State University and the University of Washington School of • Law. Servin~ his second term, Jim is a member of the • Energy & Utdities, Higher Education, and Agriculture & Rura[Development committees. When not in Olympia, he is a practicing attorney in the Tri-Cities. He andhis wife, ~---~...-~=~• . : Cathy, reside in Kennewick, KREMEN, PETE (Democrat) Representative from the 42rid Distr~ct which includes most of. Whatcoin County. Serving his third te.rm. Vice .chair ~griculture..& Rural Development; memcer, ~reoe ~ ~.co,nomic. uevelop- ment, Transportation cominiff..ees. ,,~ oroaacas.t, news journalist for fifteen years ana active in civic analrs in Whatcom County for over fourteen years. Has bean board member of United Way. Whatcom Chamber of Commerce ~lndusV.i..~.s _.Whatco.m. ,.C,o,u,n,.ty Council, Big urother/uig ~istars March of Dames, WA State Dairy t-eaeration, WA Educe. lion Assn. Pete and his wife, Fidela, were marriedin 1972. JONES, EVAN(Democrat) Representative from Legls- ~' .,.,. .~ ~::; LEONARD, JUNE (Democrat) Representing 11th Dis- Jefferson and ~~,~. trict~ including south Seattle, Ranton, Kent, Tukwila and westernlative DistrictGrays24;Harbor countias.C°inprised of AppolntadClailam, on November ~ Bunen (part}:Serving third term. Born in Seattle, Ills-long 9 1987, he was elected to office on November 8, 1988. ~ ~lLe~ ~,~,....'~='.',~. residen;[ of Washington, Formedy Executive Director of He W~L~ Clatlam County Commissioner for four years, end ~" ~ School Board. Active in ~ommunity organizations, Ranten graduatedS a former reporterfrom the Universityedit°r' and tree-lance writer. EVanofwashington with a BA in ~~~. ~:.. ~ Area Multi-Servlce Center and Mr. Rainier Kidney Center Gominun cations and is a Vietnam veteran ~1967-68). He ' - ..~.~ boards. Interest and expe~lice In children and fatally Is- s Director of the Olyinpic Area Agency on Aging, Heand ~'~ sues, drug abuse prevention, health promotion, senior his wife, Shei a, have two children. ~;"~ ". :, " services, ~ucation, Vecat/onal education, and environ- :" "" ~ '~- mental programs. June and Tom have nine adult children KING, JOSEPH E,~ Speaker (Democrat} Representative '.!~, ~...~.:.~_~ .-~. ....... ~." :. LOCKE, GARY F. (Democrat) Is serving his fourth term ~L% .~.~ ':': ' and represents District 37 encompassing southeast lrom the 49th Le~ s|ative District ~omprlsing Vancouver ~ atria. He is a Community Development Manager with US and portions of Clark County. Joe is serving~is fifth term " ~ ! West Communic<3_tions. An attorney, h.e is.a former King in the Legislature and his second term as S~)eaker. Born in 1945, fie reqe ved h.is BA from Un.fiald College and MA County Deputy Prosecutor and legal aovisor w~th the from Western KentucKy University. Joe is a partner in an Seattle Human Rights uepartment. A Seattle native, independentinsurance firm andis activein various pro|as* Gary received ~n AB degree from Y~le Universi~ and a slonal and dvic group organizations. He has three chil- '~, law iJegree from Boston Univerdty. Board mem.~hips: dren. Asian Counseling and Referral Service, I~o~west Women's Law Center, and the Seattle Arts Fund Stabili. zatlon Committee. KING, PAUL H.(Democrat) Representative from District 44 comprising Snohomish and part of King County. He is a twenty-one year resident of south Sno~on';ish County and self-employed as an attorney in private practice. Sewed on Moumlake Terraee City Council (1979.-83). He ms, des in Mountlake Terrace, where he was raisedand attended public schools. Graduated from Western Wash- ington University in 1972 and received his Juris Doctor.ate from University of Puget Sound law,School in 1976. He h~ ~eP, m¢l z~s ~ommuni:y law instructor, leg~l ~ounsQI for Seattle-King Jayeees and arbitrator for Better Business Bureau. MAY, FRE_D O., Asslatant Minority Floor Leader publican) Representative from the 41st District, Mercer Island, south Bellevue, parts of Issaquah and Renten. Third term. Born and ramed in Santa Mafia, CaJifornia. University of Oregon, BS, Joumelisrn. Harvard Gr?, duals School of Business Admlnisttation, MBA, Marketing, ,~ Mercer Island Ci~ C.ou..rcil, pFst p .re.s!.deq.t Me, rcer Is_l.and Rotaff Club. Re~reo: ~-ormeny with Westinghouse b'ic Corporation, Solace. and C.hica0o lille I.nsu.rance Gompanies. US Naval Reserve. He ~nd his wi/a. doycg. have two gown sons, David and Peter. TI55120922
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36 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH I McLEAN, ALEX W. (Republlca..n) Repmse.n~tive from ~ NEALEY, DARWIN FL (Republican) Fourth term repre- the 12th D~strict: Chelan, Doug(as, parts el ut~nogan, ~ ~1 sentative from Dis~ct 9, ¢ompdslng Asotin, Columbia, Grant.andK~ttitascounties.Ser~nghlsSecondterminthe ~ .~ Garfield, Whitman, and pads of Adams and Frank[in House. Alex raises wheat, c~ttle, and apples. He is past ~ .~ counties. WSU graduate. BS Ag Eng, Alpha Gamma president of Washington Association Of Wheatgrowers. ~ ~:~ Rho. Army Engineer, WWlI; Engineer, Bureau o.f Recla- He services on Appropriations, Agriculture & Rur,d Devel- .1~ .'=~, , ' marion. Farmed lg48-1978, semi-retired. Memoer/past opment' and State government committees. He .is a ~.~'~l~1_ • member: Caffiemen's Assn Wheat Growers Assn, ~. ~.. Grange, Farm Bureau, Washington Assn Soil & Water Charter Directorof Mid-State Bank. Alex and Bonita have ~,...~.. Conservation District. Rankin.g Republican on Agriculture two grown daughters. I ~ & Rural Development Comm=ttee since 1985. Served on ~ ~' ".. Local Government, and Ways & Means. and on Water ~ ~". ,.'.. Use Efficiency Committee (1988); PM Masonic Lodge; ~= ~11~," ~ and t.~Crosse Methodist Church. He and wife, Evelyn, ~ ~, i~ ". have five grown children. , MEYERS, RON (Democrat) Representative from the NELSON, DICK (Democrat) Representative from 32nd ~ 26th Dis~ct. comprised of parts of Kitsap and Pierce Districtcomprising Ballard Fremont Green Lake, Green- ~ counties. Serving his second term. Ron is an attorn.ey in wood, Phinney Univemity and Wallingford neighbor- Gig H~rbor. He has previous work experience as a long- hoods of Seattle. First elected in 1976, is serving seventh ~° shoreman, stockbroker, city treasurer, and US Air Force term in the House. Chairs Energy & Utilities Committee. ~.~.. ~1~ instructor. Ron earned his Bachelor of Science in Busi- and is member of Transportation, and Local Government ..~ ~.. hess Administretion from Central Washington University committees. Native of Seattle. Graduate of University of ~:i'~ and his Doctorate in Law from the University of Puget Washington (Engineering) and Massachusetts lastitute of ~ Sound. He is active in Kiwanis and Chamber of Com- Technology. Self-employed technical consultant. Resi- ~;. merce. Ron and his wife, Donna, live in Gig Harbor. dent of Ph,nney Ridge and a~tive in cemmunity groups. ~4.,, ;.. ,~ . ..~..~...~ MILLER, LOUISE, Minority_Whip (Republican) Rep.re- , "~'" .~i" santath,~ from Legislative District 45, normeast King University, BA in Music; taachingcredanfiaL Pastpresi- ~"'~'~'~'~ ." County Serving fourth term. Graduate of Sen Jose State dent, Woodinville Community Action Council, PTSA, =~"~z~-';~ .~.~=. Water Distr ct. Member: Woodinville/Northshore Oistdot Chamber of Commerce. Co-'chair, Elected Washington ~Women; vice chair, NCSL Network; Washington State Arts Commission; AAUW; and BPW. She and her hus- band, Stafford, have two grown children. NUTLEY, BUSSE (Democrat) Representative from the 49th District, Vancauver and southwestern Clark County. Serving her third term. Born and raised in the Yakima Valley. Graduate of UW with degree in urban planning. Owner of small business specializing in land use plan- ning, governmental relations, and business promotion. Member of Locel Governance Study Commissmn, South- west Washington Private Industry Council, and Vancou- ver School District Management Task Force. Active in nu- merous local and civic organizations. Marded to Vancou- ver attorney, Ed Kelly. MORRIS, BETTY SU.E.(,De~oorat) F, ras.h.rna.n r.eprese..n- O'BRIEN, JOHN L,, Speaker Pro Tempera (Democrat) ~.. tative from 18th Legismuve uistrict, WhiCh includes norm- f.; .~. Representative from 37th Dis~ct of King County, s.ervi.ng ern Clark and eastern Cowlitz counties. Before being 25th term. Caucus chair 1951-52; Min6dty Floor Lea~r elected, she was District Aide to US Representative Don ~ 1953-54; Speaker of the House 1955-62; Democratic Bonker for five and, a half years, a hospital communi.ty Floor Leader 1963-64; Majority Leader 1965-66; Minority affairs" director, ann a ngwspaper reporter: Holds BS in. Leader 1967-70; Democratic Parliamentary Leader 1981- education from University of Missoud and a Master o~ 82: Speaker Pro Tempera 1973-80, 1983-88. Graduate, .,-- Education from University of Podland. Herlist ofcommu- business college attended Western Institute of Profes- nity/civic a~ivities.includ~s.Elahan Mental .Health C_ent~,r " `~ "~'' " sional Accounbng, is CPA, Past president/member: Ex- Board, SW Wasnington Hospital Foundation uoaro, ~~ ec~JtiVe Committee, National Conference of State Le~]isla- Lea, g.ue o! Women Voters, andVancouver Rotary. She live Leaders. Member: Knights of Columbus, Washington and net nusoand Bill have a twenty-four year old Athietio Club, Rainier Chamber of Commerce, He and daughter and a sixteen year old son. . wife, Ma~/, have six children. MEYER, JOHN A, (Republican) Representative from the 6th District: South Spokane, Cheney, Medical Lake, Fairchild Air Force Base, and part of south Spokane County. John is se~ng his second term in the House. He has t~an in private medical practice for the past thirty-two years, with a term as Spokane County Medical S6¢iety President and Washington State Medic~d Society Presi- dent. Committee assignments, .1987-58: Human Serv- ices, Agriculture & Rural Development, Judidapj, and Trade and Economic Development. Special activities; Governor's Commission on AIDS and F.I.P Advis?ry Council. Dr. Meyer and his wife, Jeanne, have twelve gmwn children. PADDEN, MIKE (Republican) Representative from Leg- islative Disttict 4, comprising Spokane Valley and eastern Spokane County. Gr~,duate, Gonzaga Uni~'ersity with a degree in Political Science and also a graduate o! uonzaga School of Law. He is a practici.n~, a,tterney. Member: Spokane County Bar Association, wasnington ~tate Bar Assodation, Spokane Val.ie.y Chamber of uommerce, and the Spokane Valley KnIghts el Colum- bus, Mike and his wife, Laura, have five boys: Justin, Shaun, ~dy, "rimol~y, and Bmndan. MYERS, HOLLY, Asslstant Majority Whlp (Democrat) Representative from Distdct 17, comprising Skamania, Klickit~, and southeast Cla~counties. She obtained her Bachelor of Axle Degree from Eastern. Washington UnF versify ~'ld h~' Master's in Education from the University .ol .F'.o~n .eL She Is an elementary educator in Camas. HoW r~s oeen =ctively invoivd ;~,'ith dn.,g ~nd aJcohct issues ~ is .coj~re. n~ s£r~ng on the Clad~ County Sub- stance ~uso ~ovis=7 uomo. PEERY, W. KIM (Democrat) Representative from the 17th District, comprising Skamania, Kliddtat' and south- east Clark counties. Appointed in 1985, elected 1985, 1986, t988. Received a hachelor of arts de~ree in politi- c~J sc:;ence from V~stern Wash;ngton Umvers;ty. J:or- meriy a teacher and coach for the Washougal and Camas school districts. He is now a panner wizh Nystrorn-PeepJ and AssocLates. Inc. Has been active in civ~, community. at¢l poliP-..al organizations. Ma,"Sed to the former Dadene Thompson, they have three son=, Wilson. Leig h. ~ Alex, and live ~ Camas. TI55120923
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PHILUPS, LARRY (Democrat) Reprasenta~ve from the 36th Dis~ct. Seattle. serving his first term. Graduate of the University of Washington, B.A.; W~llamette University Law School. J.D.: and George Washington University Law School. LL.M. Together with his wife, G~I, ~nd son. Bratt, he lives in Seattle's Magnolia community. LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 37 RAYBURN, MARGARET (Democrat) Representative fro,m the 1.5_th District which includes the Yakima Va~ay ano part of Benton County. She is serving her third term. Graduate of Eastern Washington University. A retired teacher and counselor from the Grandvmw Scboot Distfict.~he and husband, Glenn, operate a chert-pear orchard near Grandvlew. They have two grown children and tour grandchildren. Member of numeroua civic and fraternal organization. Chairs the House Ag~culture & Rural Development Committee. PRE .N.TICE, MARGARITA (Democrat) Representative fro~tn.e.l.l .th Dis~iot pf. King ~ounty she is now serving her i=rst tuLI term. Heglsterao r~urse; codification in Nurs- ing Administration; attended University of Washington. She and her husband, Bill, have three children. RECTOR, SHIRLEY (Democrat) Representative from Fifth District, northwest Spokane and Spokane County. Shirley and husband. Tom, ere long-time residents. Shidey is Financial ,Secretary, Legislation and Education Chairperson for Local 338 of the United Steelworkers of Amenc~L She has been an active member of the commu- nity, serving on the Neighborhood Accountebility Board for the Spokane County ,Juvenile Court volunteer ae~vlces. Shirley is recognized for her involvement in training and educating members of the community in grass roots politics. PRINCE, EUGENE A., Republican Caucus Chair RUST, NANCY S. (Democrat) Representative from the (Republican} Representative from Distr!ct 9 comprising 1st Distriot .in northwest SeattJe and King County, is Asotln, Garfield, Columbia, Whitman ann parts of Adams sewing her fifth term. Shewas born in IowaCity, Iowa and and Franklin counties. Sewing fifth term as a legislator, earned a BA and MS in mathematics at the University el First served in 1959 as a bill dark, 1963 as Asst. Chief Iowa. She has served as vice president of the League of Clerk, 1965 as committee clerk, 1967, 69~ 71 as House _Women Voters, board member of the Munioipai League, Sergeant-at-Arms. Graduate WSU, BS m Agricultural /rustee at Shoreline Community College and as a Girl Engineering. Engaged in farming. Member: Grange, Soout Leader. Nancy andher, husband. Dick. have lived Washington Assn Wheat Growers Farm Bureau, and in the 1st District |or alrnostthirty-five years and have six Chamber of Commerce. Sewed as president of Washing- grown children and one granddaughter. ton Assn of Wheat Growers. He and wife Patsy, have two sons, two daughters, and five grandch Idren. PRUITI', WES (Democrat) Representative from the 26th .~=-. SAYAN, DOUG, Democratic Caucus Vice Chair/ .District, .servin~l Per! _Orchard, t_he .Gig Harbor and Key : Soc~'etary (Democrat) Representative from Legislative ~eninsulas ano west/aegina. ~ranuated from UW; oh- ~ Dis~ot 95 comprising all of Mason, eastern half of Grays teined law degre, a from Willamette University. Has re- Harbor, and parts of KJtsap and Thurston counties. Serv- sided in Gig HarDer tor thirteanyears with wife, Pat, a ing his fourth term: Has Bachelor and Master's degrees Tacoma t.eacher,.and ~o sons, Spencer and Cameron. from Univemity of Washington. Retired after thirty years in. Work bacKgrounn incluoos six years as staff counsel and government, education, .and business. Former school administrator of Tacom.a Child Support Office and four ~\~" - board member and member of numerous business, civic years as staff attorney tot the Senate Education Commit- ~~ ,and fraternal organizations, Washington State Chair, tee. Works for Peninsula.School District as a policy con- I.~.~~ Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. A Navy sultent. An active memcer of Gig Harbor Methodist veteran, he and his wife, Marilyn, have four children and Church and served four years on Peninsula School seven grandchgdren. Board. ~ RAITER, GEORGE L (Democrat) Representative from District 19A comprising Cowlitz andWahkiakum counties. .... Serving his first term in the House, George is a former '.~:.. Mayor of Longvlew and also served eight years on the City Council. He earned a BA in chemistry from eel-State Chico and pursued graduate studies in business adminl- stration at the University of Oregon. He is currently work- ing as the Eng~neeringJM.ai.ntenance Manager for the J~'~i W~yerhaeuser uompany In Longview. He and his wife, Judith, have two grown ~hildren. SCHMIDT, KAREN (Republican) Representative from Distdct 23, Kitsap County from Hansville through part of Bremerton including Bainbridge Island. Servingfifih term. Attended Adzona State University and worked for various ~.lradines prior to opening her own travel agency--Go vel Service-with of~.e on Bainbridge Island and in Sil- verdaie. H.~s been active in local civiogroups induding past presioont, Bainbridge Chamber of Commerce, RelP resents the state of Washington on two national transpor- tation committees, lives on BaJnbridge Island with sons, Geoffrey and Gavin. f~oASMUSSEN, MARILYN (Democrat) Representative m the 2nd Legislative District of Pierce and Thurston counties. Serving her second term. Born and raised in the north end o f Seat'Je and attended the University of Wash- ington. She Is a farmer, school board member, and is active in youth, community, and agrioultural organize- t~ons. She and husband, Don, own and operate a 360- .~¢m family dairy and t~mber farm near Eatonville. They nave seven ¢=hildren ~nd two grandchildren. SCHOON, DICK, Assistant Minority Whip (Republican) Representing the 3o~ Dlst~ct whch covers southwestern King County, Vashon Island and parts of .P.ierce Coun_ty. Serving fourth term. BA in Business from .Uni.vers, it~..of Puget Sound. ,~rved nine years on the i-costal way School Board. Member of Our Savior's Baptist Church, Federal Way Chamber of Commerce. Vashon Business Assodation, and Rotary. President. ~outh I~ng County Multi-Service Cento¢, and FederaJ ..Way Health Care Campus Corporation. Employed by .We-yerhaeuser. Ve.ter~. of US Army. He and wife, Peggy, nave ~o sons ant= a o~ughter. TI55120924
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38 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH I II SCOTr, PAT (Democrat) Representative from. the 38th, Dis~ct: Everett, Marysvdle, and MukJlteo. ApJ~olnteo Janua~, 1984 and now sewing her third term. uom in Minnesota, a, resident o_f Washington for twenty years. An Administrative Aide to ~-verett Pmice Department, Pat has been long active in Everett ccmmunity, dvie. and public affairs and is former Chair of the 98th District Democrats. She resides in Everett and has one son. SILVER, JEAN (Re.publlcan) Represe~. tatlve from 5th District in SpoKane uounty. Serving her rourth term. Cer- tilied Public Accountant. Attended University of Washing- ton; graduated from Eastern Washington University in . business administration. Additional studies in economic development financing. Serves on Board of Directors of Washington Water Power Company and numerous com- munity organizations. Co.owner, with her hu.sb.and .:~L..~, .(." Chuck, of a glass company ,or twenty-five years. U,e,ong residents of,Spokane, they have three sons, Doug, Mitch, SMITH, CURTIS P. (Republican) Representative f~om the 13th District comprised of i~arts of Adams, Grant, Kittitas, and Yakima counties, serving six~ term. Has served a,s Republican Whlp and member of Bales Committee, also served on Commerce & L~bor, Natural Resources and Transportation committees, end as chair of Agriculture Comm~ttoo. Born in Nebraska, attended University of Nebraska. Veteran ot World War II, larmer in the Columbia. B~asin since. 19,55 _and I.~atien D_],m.ctor twenty years tot uuincy uo~umcia uasin ~mgaticn u~stri;t. Member of United Church of Christ. He and wife, Lucille, have two children, both university graduates. SOMMERS, DUANE, Assistant Minority Whip publican) Bepresentatlve from the 6th Dlstdot: South Spokane, Cheney, and Medical_Lake;Serving his second term. Graduate of Washington State university, BS; Uni- versity of Minnesota MPH. Retired after twenty-five years In government. Retired Army Reserve .Lieutenant Colonel. Owns a health consulting tirm. Duane is eclJve in the Spokane Chamber of Commerce and the Spokane Downtown Rotery Club. He and his wife, Mae, have four children and two grandchildren. SPRENKLE, ARTHUR C. (Democrat) Representative from .39B, which includes most of eastern Snohomish County. Artls committed to problem selv~ng cost-effective government. His main areas of focus are health care cost- containment, solid waste and government eilidency. He has earned a reputation for tackling complex issues and coming up with workoble solutions. Art, o graduate of Columbia College and Columbi,~ Medical School, is ~n a group medical practice in Snohomish County. He is hon- ored to be given the privilege to work herd 1o maintain and enhance the dch quality el lifo in Washington St~to. TATE, RANDY. (R_epubllcan) Representative from the ~ 25th District In P~erce County, Including Puyallup, Sumner, and Bonney I.~ke. Serving his hrst term. A lifelong resident of Puyallup, Randy attended public schools in the district and Western Washington University where he studied political science and economics. He manages a family-owned mobile home court business. TODD, MIKE (_Democrat) Serv{ng fourth term, repre- senting 31st District: Auburn, south half of Kent. Enurnciaw, Bl~ck Diamond, and the Buckley and Car- bonado areas. Serves on the following House commit- tees: Energy & Utilities (vice chair), Local Government, Housing, an,d, Transportation. Member of Coundl of State ..Government s Subcommittee on Land & Energy, and liaison to State Building Cede Adviso~/Council. Prasi- dent, NW Ene~:gy Resources, specializing in energy con- servation products and consultation. Former broadcast journalist for Radio KASY in Auburn Pa~cipent in com- munity activities. VALLE, GEORGE'I'rE (Democrat) Representative from the 34th Legislative District of King Oounty, serving ninth term in the House of Represent.a.tives. Serves on the Board of West Seattle Community Hospital and the South- west Seattle Youth Services Bureau. She is a member of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Fauntieroy Environmental Association, and the Seattle League of Woman Voters. Born in Blue Earth, Minnesota, she is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Boience degree in occupational therapy. She and her husband, Odd, a dentist, have two grown children, Peter and Christine. ~ ~ .~;~.:i..I: SOMMERS, HELEN (Democrat) Representative from ~~ ..~!i the 36th District in Seattle, serving her ninth term. Earned BA and MA in economics from University of Washington. Reseamh Fellowship, Harvard University. Employed by King County Office of Finance. Member:. Pacific Science Center Foundation, Seatfie-Chon~]qing Sister City Asso- cleon Board, University of Washington School of Publio Health Visiting Committee and League of Women Voters, Formerpres=~ent, National Organization for Women, Sea,e-King County Chapter. SPANEL, HARRIEr ~Democrat) Representative from the 40th District including San Juan, weslem Bkagit, and southern Whatcom counties. Sewing second term. Member. Fisheries & Wildlife; Appropriations and vice c~,;r. H'~eher ~c~t;on Cornm~tt~e. ~rn ~ncl r~secl on Iowa farm; earned BS in Math. from Iowa, State Univer- sity. Lang-time activist in local and state issues; past member, PJanning and Economic Development Commis- s~ea, Parks and Recreation Board; involved in wide ~.v.adety of organizations includ~:j League of Woman voters. She and husband, Los, moved to Northwest in 1964, h~ve i~ved in BeL~ngh,~-~ since 1968, and have three grown c 'h~L,~n. VAN LUVEN, STEVE (Republican) Representative from 48th District, Bellevue, Kirldand, and Redmond. Ap- pointed in 1983. Elected in 1984 and 1988. Born in Belllngharn; raise.d In Yakl ~ma. Valley and Olympia. BA in communications ;rem Bdgnam Young University and a Masters degree from American Graduate School of Inter- national Management (Thunderbird). President/owner ot ..a. Bellevue tradp brokerage. Previously worked in New York City as advertising executive. Work experience in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Mexico. Sewed as Captain. U.S. Army, Finance Corps. Member of Reran. Steve anc wi~e, Sandy, have livedin Bellevue for thirteen yea~s. VEKICH, MAX" (Bemocrat) Representative from theSSth District, including portions of Mason, Thurston, Grays Harbor, and Kitsap counties Serving fourth term. Chairs Commerce & Labor Committee; member of Fisheries & Wildlife ~nd Healt~ Care. He and w~fe~ I~'~ =on= Peter, daughter, Ali, live in Grays Harbor. Born and raised in Aberdeen, he graduated ~mm Grays Harbor College and thp Uniyersity of Puget Sound, BA.P¢~ S~ence. Heis a ~ongsnomman employed by the Pacific Maritime Asso- ciation. Member= Community Economic Revitaliz~6on Board, and Na~ai Coundl~ o~ St=to L~i~la,~ra Joint .Select Committee on Labor artd MarBgeraenL TI55120925
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WALKER, SALLY W,, Republican Caucus Vies Chair/ Secretary (Republican) Representative from the 28th District: Fircrest. University Place, Steilecoom, Lakewo~d and "rilllc~Jm. Serving thlrd term. Born in Wilmetta, Illinois, and has been a resident of the Northwest since 1962. She has been involved in a wide variety of community organic zalJons end boards before being elected to the Legisla- ture. S~y and her husband, O.B., h~ve five children. LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 39 Ill WINSLEY, SHIRLEV' J. (Republican) RepresentJn_c 28th DisPel. comprising Pierce County communities or Firomst. University Place, Lakewood, Steilacoom, and "i'illicum. Born in Fosston, Minnesota and graduate of Ta- coma Community College and PLU. Shidey was firs'= appointed to the House in 1974where she is now sarong her seventh term. A member of the State Advisory Coun- cll for Accreditation of Vocafien~-Technical Institutes and the Washington State Council on Aging. Shidey has ° also served as a member and chair o! the Pierce County Council. She ~nd her husband, Gordon, have two grown children and five grandchildren. WAIl.G, AR.l'.=(.D.e.m.oc..r.at) Representative since 1980 from_tne.27th U.l~(no~: ~'le_rc,e ..uo..U, nt~' (Tacoma, Fife, ton, Hust0n ano urown's I~o~nt]. unalr: Hevenue Commit- too,. 1 gBp; C o~m. ~.e rc.e &_l_~bor, 1.985.98..Assistant M~jor- ity Loaoer; ].~;u4, uo.rn_in uoston, Massachusetts, 1949; graau~teo t-rancenla uollege, NH (BA, Mythology, 1970); .LJ.PS.School of Law (JD, summa cure lauds, 1984. Second In c_l_ass}..Attorney w.ith Taco ,m..a...la..w .firm pf .Do, vies pearson, P'u. AoJunct promssor, UV'~ ~cnoo! or Law. Was VISTA volunt..eer.wlth T~.cema Urban League and Tacoma,u.om.mumty.Hous.e; tp.ur yea.re as Legislative Researca/~na~yst.Marfied to Nancy Norton; one Alexander. WOLFE~ CHARLES R. (Republican) Representative from 4th District, comprising Spokane Valley and eastem ""~'. Spokane Goun.ty. ReceivecfMD degree from Un!versity of .=:. ~:.'t" " . Nebraska Medical School (1956.): Mester's aegree in i~. -"~i~ Public Health from Loma Undo Umverslty (1987). Director of Deparlment of Oecupation,al Med.id~.n.e at_Deaco..ness. Medical Center. Past President ot I~w ~3ccupa~nat MedicalAssn, co-founder of Emergency_ Medical Group at .,......~ Valley Hospital. Member: Bloomsi:by.Roadrun,n.e,r .,Clubt American ~otch High and Breeders Assn, an.o r~auon,a.= Rifle Assn. He is in private practice in occu.pat!onat meo=- cine in Spokane. Chadie and wife, Patric=a. have three sons and Dne grandchild. WILSON, KARLA (Democrat) Third term Repro.sent,alive from District 39A: Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Macnias, andsouth Everett where she is alifelong resident. Gradu- ate of UW with a BA in English/Education and MA In S~eci=d Education, Teaches at Lake Stevens High School, w~th previous experience in personnel, data processing, telephone traffic analysis, and labor negol~ations. She an~ her husband, Bi~, have three d~ughters and seven grand- children. WOOD, JEANNETTE (Republican) Representative. from 21st D strict includes Edmonds, Lynnwoed, parts o= Everett and Mukilteo. Graduate, Gornell University, BA, home econ. Past Mayor of Woodway; six-year Woc~:lway City Council member; Puget SoundCouncil of Govern- merits; WA State Counci| for Volunt~y Action; United Way; Snohomish Co. Comm. Service Bd; Council on Aging; Juvenile Diversion Program; MEDIC 7 Bd of Direc- tors; Steedng Committee, Enhanced 911; (Chair) Snohomlsh Go. Cities & Towns Assn; Edmonds Commu- nity College Foundation. Jeannette and husband, Ross, h~ve six children ~nd three grandchildren. icWn~LSDN SIMEON R "SIM" ~Re~ubllcan)Represent- the l~th District:n~rthwest ~no~omish County, Isl~.nd ounty,.a.n~ south and past Skagit County. Electeo in 1972 to his nrst term ree~soted, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1980 1982, 1984, 1988, 1988. Born in Hood River, Oregon, in 197.7. Attend,e,d Everett Community College; BA Wash- ington State university; MFA, University of Washington. sewed in the US Navy 1945-46, 1951-54. Publisher of ~ne Marys~lte G~obe end Arlington Times. ¥OUNGSMAN, JIM (Republlean) Representative, 40th Distri¢l, northwest Skag=t County, southwest Whatcom County, and San Juan Gounty. Serving first term. Native of S~git County; owns/operates Skagit Gardens, a ..~ wholesale greenhouse bus hess. Graduate of .Skagit Val ey Community College and Washi~lton State Univer- sity. Has Master's in Ornamental Ho~ooiture from Penn- sylvania Sta, ta University. Served.as bo.ard rnem.be..r/offi- car of WaShington State Flod~lture Assn ano Puget Sound Flower Growers Assn. Active in community committees, Rotary Club, and .Emanuel Ba..ptist C.hurch: He and wife, Ruth, have four cnildren ano llve in Mount Vernon. ..~..~... WiNEBERRY~ JESSE (Democrat) Third term Represen- ZELL.INS.K,Y, SR_,~ PAUL (Demoora.1) .Representative tative from Seattle's 43rd District. Graduate, UW, BA from Legislative u~strict 23. compri.seo o~ most of Kitsap • Business Administration; JD, UPS School of Law. Seattle County, native; former ABO news executive; t982 Congressional Washington; graduate Seattle University with a degree in i~ Fellow with US House on Te ecommunication Consumer business. Born in Seattle, and a resident o| Kitsap Gounty Protection & Finance; recent law clerk with Seattle firm, ~ince 1959. Owner of an automobile dealership in Bra- MacDonald, Hoague & Bayless. Past board member: morton. Member: Breme~on and Silverdale Chambers of Church Council of Greeter Seattle, Cenb'al Area Mofiva- Commerce. Board meml~r: H~rdson Hospit~d Memodat lion Program (CAMP), Puget Sound SANE. Member: Foundation. Past member, County Planning Commiso Seattle-King County Municipal League, Loren Miller Bar slon. He has two children and lives with wife, Joanna, in Assn, NAAGP. Lifetime member/trustee of Goodwill Bremerton. Missionary Baptist Church. In his first term, established dis~ct off'ca that serves over 2,000 citizens each ye~. T[55120926
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40 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH LEGISLATIVE GLOSSARY ACT A b~l adopted by the legislature. ADJOURN: To conclude a day's session. ADJOURN SINE DIE (WITHOUT DAY)To conclude a regular or extraordinary session, ADOPTED To approve formally. AGENDA The daily proceedings on the floor. AMENDMENT Any change in a bill or resolution. A committee amendment is amendment action in committee meeting. A floor amendment is amend- ment action initiated on the floor of the legislative chamber. APPORTIONMENT The division of the state into districts with distinct geographic beundaHes and the allocation of the number of legislators to be elected to represent each district. APPROPRIATION A legislative allocation of money for a specific purpose. BICAMERAL Composed of two chambers or two legislative bodies. Washington State's bicameral legislature is made up of the House of Representa- tives and the Senate. BIENNIUM Two-year period. State Fiscal biennium is from July 1, of odd-numbered ~,ears to June :30, two years later. BILL A draft of a proposed law presented to the legislature for consideration. BUDGET Estimate of the receipts and expenditures needed to carry out programs for a fiscal period. CALENDAR The agenda of daily business in either house. CAUCUS A closed meeting of a group of people belonging to the same political party to select leaders or decide policy. CHAIR Presiding officer. CH AM B ER Official hall for the meeting of a legislative body. CHAPTER A chapter number is g~vee to each bill enacted in numerical order. The chapter number is the number o| the law. When "codified" the chapter is inserted in the appropriate section of the R.C.W. CHIEF CLERK A person elected by the members of the House of Representatives to record the official actions of the House, COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE A legislative body sitting as a committee tp consider and make recom- mendatlons concerning certain business. No record of yeas or nays is taken. COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES The committee in each house that assigns the chair of each committee and also assigns members to standing committees. CONCURRENT RESOLUTION A resolution relating to the internal operation of the legishture, in which one house concurs in the action of the other; it may originate in either house. CONFERENCE COMMITTEE A committee which may be appointed to discuss differences of opinion between the House and Senate on bills which have passed each house but wi~h differing amendments. CONFIRMATION Approval by the Senate of an executive appointment. CONSTITUENT A person residing within the boundaries of a dist,~ct that is represented by an elected offk:ial. CONVENE Assemble for an official meeting. DAY CERTAIN A~oumment with specific day to reconvene. DEBATE Discussion of a matter following padiamen- tary rules. EFFECTIVE DATE The date a bill, once" passed, becomes law. Unless a different date is spe~fied, bills become law ninety days alter sine die. EMERGENCY CLAUSE A provision in a bill that allows a measure to become effective immediately upon the signature of the Govemor. ENACTMENT The passage of a bill by beth houees and the signing by the Governor. ENGROSSED BILL A bill which has been retyped under the direction of the engrossing clerk to reflect all amendments made in the house of its origin. ENROLLED BILL A bill passed by both houses, which has been retyped when necessary by the enrolling clerk to incorporate all amendments, and to which has been attached as a bill cover a certificate of enrollment indicating date passed, Votes c~st on the bill. and certifying officers' signatures. It is pre- sented to the Governor for his or her signature. EXECUTIVE ACTION This can refer to two distinct concepts: (1) Executive ~ction of e stendin~ commit- tee refers to final consideration of a bill. (2) Executive action on a bill already passed by both houses refers to action taken by the Governor. EXECUTIVE ORDER An authoritative directive or command from the Governor. EX OFFICIO Holding two or more offices; holding anther office by virtue of or because of the holding of the first office. FREE CONFERENCE COMMI]'rEE Dommfttee which may be appointed to consider specific differ- ences between the two houses on a bill in much the same manner as the conference committee; how- ever, the free conlerence committee has greater latitude and is only resorted to in the instance in which the conference committee cannot reach agreement on'the two houses' differences. GALLERY Areas of both chambers where public visitors may observe the legislature in session. GRANDFATHER CLAUSE Inserted in bill making provisions nonappliceble to activities or personnel involved prior to the enactment of the new legislation. HEARING A session of the legislative committee at which witnesses present testimony on matters under consideration by the commltteo. INITIATIVE A legislative power vested in the people. An initiative is proposed through a petition containing signatures of B percent of the number of voters voting in the last preceding regular gubernatorial election. There are two types of initiatives: (1) Initiative to the people. Original legislation by the voter~, proposing a new law, or changing existing laws, without consid- eration by the legislature. (2) Initiative to the legisla- ture. Original legislation by the voters, proposing a new law, or changing existing laws, for consideration by the legislature at its next regular meeting. INTERIM Time between legislative sessions. INTERIM COMMITTEES Committees working be* tween sessions. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS An order of business during wh~h new bills are read into the record. JOINT COMMITTEE Committee which consists of membership from at least two sources, such as members of b.oth houses. JOINT RESOLUTION An act of the legislature which may propose an amendment to the state constitution for reference to the people for acceptance or rejec- lion, or it may formulate a legislative directive to state administrative officers and agencies. To pass, joint resolutions which propose to amend the state consEtution must receive a two-thirds affirmative vole of the members elected to each house. JOURNAL Official record of action of legislative sessions. LEGISLATIVE INTENT If the words of a law can be br~adlyinterpreted, the court may refer to the journ~t to establish the 'intent" of the legislature in passing certain bills. LEGISLATURE The body made up of the members of both houses, MEMORIAL (JOINT) A message or petition ad- dressed to the President and/or the Congress of the United States. or the head o! any other branch of the federal government, asking for consideration of some matter of concern to the state or region, or of universal interest. PENALTY CLAUSEB Sections of bills which lay out criminal or civil penalties for violation of the law. PRESIDENT Presiding officer el the Senate. PRESIDENT (PRO TEM PORE) An assistant presid- ing officer. PRIME SPONSOR The originator of first name on a bill that has been introduced. QUORUM A majority of members of the group con- cerned. Thls means "a majodty of those elected to either house;in a committee, this means a majority of members assigned to the specific committee. RoC.W. Revised Code of Washington. This is a codi- fication of statutes as enacted and amended by the I~gislature. RECALL The "recall" is the vote of the people which, in effect, tries the elective public officer on charges brought against the officer. All elective public officers except judges of courts of record are subject to recall and discharge from elective office. RECESS Intermission of a daily session. REFERENDUM Recently enacted law referred by the legislature to the voters for their rejection or enactmenL REFERENDUM MEASURE The legislative power whereby the electorate may call back recently en- acted laws for voter consideration. It odglnates in a petition containing signatures of 4 percent of those registered and voting at the last precen~ng regular gubernatorial elect~on. RULES Regulating principles used in the conduct el legislative business. RULES & ADMINI'3TRATION COMMITTEE Most prestigious of all standing committees. President of Senate and Speaker of House serve as chairmen. Chief responsibility is setting dally calendar of the Senate or House. SECRETARY OFTHE SENATE A person elected by the Senate members to record ~e official actions of the Senate, SESSION Official meeting of the legiste~ve. The constitution provides for one regular sesskm dudng TI55120927
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~ --inhered year, not to exceed sixty con- esc.h .~-,,~, a~ one ~ul~ season dun~ s~u~iv~ ve~ not to ex~ed on.hundred five dWS. S~SSION {SpEOlAL OR E~RAORDINAR~ ~ • • -~ng el ~ I~gisla~re; may be ~nvened {ar~°f~Pen~ ~'-~ ~f nol more ~n th~" consecutive ~y~ W p~dam~on of ~he ~ovemor. ~e pmclam~on ~.. ~tale ~e purposes for which ~on~nod. S~al ~gi~lalive sessions may also be ---ed {or ~ pedod of no~ more than th~ ~n- s~u~ve d~y~ by resolmion of the legislaI~e upon ~e a~ve roe in e~h house of ~o-~irds of m~bers. ~e resolution convening lhe I~i~la~re ~hall spo~ a pu~se or purpo~e~ for ~e ~nvening of ~e ~1 session and shall consider only meas- um~ ge~ne ~o the purposes expre~ in the ~s~luffon- SINE DIE Latin for"without day;. without appointing a day on which to appear or assemble again." In com- mon parlance it refers to the final day of the regular session or any final a~oumment of a special or extraordinary session. SPEAKER Presiding of~ser of the House of Repre- sentatives. SPONSOR member offering a bill, resolution or memorial. STANDING COMMITTEES Committees set up by the legislature to consider all legislation introduced during the session. STATUTE A law enacted by the legislature. SUNSET PROVISION A d~te serlain for a law to automatically be repealed unless renewed by the . legislature. LEGISLA~VEBRANCH 41 ULCER GULCH Slang term for area between House and Senate inhabited by lobbyists. VETO Rejection of legislative bill by GoVernor. VETO (ITEM) Governor has power to veto by section but cannot make any additions. VETO (OVERRIDE) To pass a bill overa Governor's veto. This action takes a two-thlrds vote of both houses. W.A.C. Washington Administrative Code in statute law which states how state agencies shall organize and adopt rules and regulations. WAYS & MEANS The chief money commiltees in the Senate and House. The committees are responsible for deciding the "ways" in which state monies will be spent and the "means" that will be used to raise the tax revenues. STATISTICAL SUMMARY Bills Before the Legislature Pa=,,ed Partlally Introduced Legl=lature Vetoed Vetoed Enacted lgSg REGULAR SESSION (January 9 - April 23. 1989) House 1239 231 10 39 221 Senate 1149 215 8 21 207 1989 FIRST SPECIAL SESSION (April 24 - May 10, 1989) House 8 10 0 2 10 Senate 5 9 0 3 9 1989 SECOND SPECIAL SESSION (May 17 - May 20, 1989) House 4 1 0 0 1 Senate 9 2 0 0 2 Legislature 2414 4~8 18 65 450 Initiatives, Joint Memorlals~ Joint Resolutions and Concurrent Resolutions Before the Legislature 1989 Regular Session Introduced Filed House 64 15 Senate 65 13 1989 Flrst Special Sesslon House 8 2 Senate 5 4 1989 Second Special Session House 4 3 Senate 2 2 Legislature 148 39 Initiatives 2 3 Gubernatorial Appointments 1989 Regular Session 1989 First Special Session Referred 133 4 1 Confirmed 91 2 o TI55120928
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STATEWIDE 10 WASHINGTON STATE LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS LEGENO a~ d Jar~J~ 1, lPaO) A-BELLINGHAM & VICINITY ..~ ;. ~ ............ ~ ~. ,; B-LONGVIEW4(ELSO C-OLYMPIA & VICINITY D-SPOKANE & VICINITY E-VANCOUVER & VICINITY .__~ '.- ......=',~; = i , -- , ~-~" ,:"",, ': ~ S = : .... " .... ; ' ' ' ":"' ""~--,--- -;'- ~ r-, ....... i::":":' ' ,i T-~ ......... , ' '" I~h!J~ .... , ~., .... ~o 2 _ ' ......... '?'-- .i - "":: "
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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH III F-PUGET SOUND G-ABERDEEN-HOQUIAM & VICINFFY 35 45 H- RICHLAND-KENNEWICK-PASCO 16 47 I-YAKIMA & VICINITY 18 14 T~55120930
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i~IE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES HOW A BILL BECOMES A LAW ~flNAL PASSAG~ ~III CHIEF CO~.~O£fl~O 5Y STANDING THE HOU~ OF ~.Pt.~'..~I'TATIVES o ~ ~ SES ;ION ~00~. TO ~ PLACED ON "oo EXECUTIVE OFFICIALg I . OR~CIN, AL SIGHED IF .--~ APPROVED I C, IV~ S (~LL CHAPTER NUMB~fl IN SESSION t.AWS I~RMAJ~NTLY FILED
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STATE AGENCIES STATE AGENCIES 45 I State agencies in Washington State existin a variety of forms and with awide rang e of rssponsibilitiec and jurisdictions. They can generally be divided into four c~tagodes: major executive departments, aulonomous commissions, agencies of the judicial and legislative branches, and advisory-licensing-promotional boards and committees. Major executive departments are those that make administrative rules and policies within the realm of their statutory responsibilities and employ substantial administrative staffs to carry out those responsibilities. Theirdirectors or heads are either erected officials or appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Senate, Autonomous commissions also have rule and policy making authority and administrative staffs of varying sizes. Their heads are appointed either by the Governor or by the agency's governing board. Their spheres of responsib~ity can encompass the entire state government or be directed to one specific area. They are often regulatory or special service agencies. Agencies ot the judicial and legislative branches deal with vadous matters of importance to each particular branch. They are usually made up of members of their respective branches. They often have administrative and research Advisory-licensing-promoSanal boards and committees make up the largest numl~r of state agencies. Their focus Is usually limited to a specific interest area, and they are generally made up of volunteers with expertise or experience in the various areas. W~th the exception of travel fees, their members serve without compensation. They represent a major contribution by individual citizens to the state's government. State agencies come under pedodic review by the legislature in order to assess their effectiveness and their need for continued existence. On the |ollowing pages, state agencies are listed alphabetically and net separated by categories. Members of boards and commissions are listed; mem- bers whose terms hav~ expired are sometimes allowed by law to serve until successors have been appointed. The Washington State Govemme.nt C~rganization chart following the listing displays the various state agencies with related advisory-l/sensing-promotional committees shown below them in italics. Note: Number in parentheses at the upper right hand comer of each agency is only for use as a/ocetor device in the name index. ACCOUNTANCY, BOARD OF (1) 210 East Union, Suite H, EP-21 Olympia 98504.2321 206- 753.2585 Regulates publ!c accounting through examinations, li- ,censing., co.mptalnt investigation and continuing pro- lessiona~ education. Consists of five members: four CPAs and one qualified public member, appointed bythe governor. Members serve three-year terms. RCW 18.04.035 Chlef Executlve Olficer: Carey L. Radar Board Member~ Terms Expire Stanley M. Bray, Seattle, CPA £#9/90 Undo M. Canney, Seattle, CPA 019190 K~t Ha~dan Bellevue, CPA 6/9191 Thomas H. R chardson, Spokane, CPA 6/9/92 Georgette Wendt, Medical Lake, general public 6/9/92 Oivisiafi One Deputy Chid Created to improve the watt-being e! A~can-Ameri. Administrative L~w Judge: Pauline Coh~all cans by enabling them to participate fully In all fields of Division Two Deputy Chief endeavor, obtain government services to meet their Admlnlstralive Law Judge: R. James Falber spe~.,.al needs., and ensure ihe benefits of equality are avai~iab]e to them. ADMINISTRATIVE RULES REVIEW (5) Consists of nine members appointed by the gover- COMMITTEE . nor for three-year terms. Gov,.ernor appoints Re~ews administrative .nJlee.to determine if they are commission's chair and executive e/rector. EO 89-05 within the intent ot the legislature as expressed by statute. Commission Mamb~m Term= Expire Consists of four senators and.four representatives Rev. James L. Giles. Bremermn 11/2omo appointed by senate president and speaker of the Dr, Max/he M/rams, Tacoma 11/20/90 house subject to approval by respective caucus G~oriaMords, Spokane ~1~o/90 members, ROW 34.04.210 Tony Hudson, TaComa 11/20~1 Thelma A. Jackson. Olympia 11/26/gl SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES Nancy Mitchell. Seattle 11/20/91 Mike Kre~let James Hargmve Henry 8eauchamp, Yak/me 11/20~2 Bob McCaslin Ron Meyers Joanna Crosson0 Sea~e 11/20/92 Jsnice Niemi Eugene Prince T.J. Vassar. Seattle 11/2o/92 James West Sa~ly Walker ACTUARY, O.FFI .C.E OF THE STATE (2) AGING. STATE COUNCIL ON (9) 919 Lakaridge way SW, Suite G, FV.22 . ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, ADVISORY (6) c/o Department of Soda/and Health Services Olympia 985.04-0722 COUNCIL FOR Aging & Adult ~ervices Administration, HB-11 206-753-914,~ Reviews and makes recommendations to the gover- olyn~pia 98504 nor and the governor's task force for schools t~r the • 206-586-3868 performs actuarial service for the department of retire- twenty-first century on a design and plan for the men.t sys.tems, t advises governor and legislature re- creation of an institute for advanced technology in Advises the departmantof social and health services garoing ,o.enetlt provisions, f.unding polices, invest- schools. EO 88-08 on policies, programs and services affecting older ment policies; reports on each pension 1oi~l introduced persons, in the legislature, RCW 44.44 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION POLICY (7) "Consists of twenty-four members: ,twenty voting COMMITTEE, GOVERNOR'S members appointed, by the governor for three-year State Actuary: Gerald Allard PO Box 1789, FE-11, Olympia 98507-1789 .term.s, four,non-voting members appointed by. the 206-586-5314 " .~egis~ature for two-year terms. Eigl~teen memoers ACUPUNCTURE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (3) must be fifty-five years or older. RCW 43.20A.680 Department of Health Serves as a policy and review body for the state's 1112 South Quince, ET.21, Olympia 98504 affirmative action program. Council M=mberl Terms Expire 206-753-4614 Consists of ten members: seven appointed by the Bessie Alelleo Wapato, Yak/me Indian AAA governor far three-year terms; three ex officio roam- Julia H. Bush. Pullman. As,sn of WA Ci~ies Advises the secretary of depart .ment of health on the 5era. EO 85-09 Georgette Bayless, SP, C~ympla administration of the regulatory law. Lewis/Mason[fhurston AAA Consists 0t six members: three acupunctufists, one Progrcm Administrator: Russs~ Scott Dorothy J. Conner, Ta~.~ma, Pierce Co AAA. physidan, and 9ne public member, appointed by the commlttue Member= Term= Explre Richard Hays, Lynnwood secretary, department of health, who serves as an ex Gladys V. Burbank, CXympia 1~t31/89 ~nohomish Co AAA Pe~'o Arouse, Seattle, W=spa~c 12131189 Dotty M. lid, Bellevue. Seattle-King Co AAA o~cio memt:~r. RCW 18.06 Maria Batayola, Seattle 12/31189 C.J.'~.,orky" Johnson. Bellingham Julia Wysodd. Sea~e, disabled 12/31t89 Assn of WA Counties ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, OFFICE OF (4) Rowesix Bldg #I, ,4224 Sixth SE, PY,15 Lacey 98504-8915 206-459.6353 Independent agency responsible for impartial hear- .the dirodSc~ o~ the chlef administmfive f~rt judge who ~s appointed by the governor with the consent of the senate for a live-year term. ROW 34.12 Chief Admtnlstr~tlvu I.=w Judge Term Explrel David R. LaRose 6/30/9t Conrad D. Edwards, Des Moines 12/31/90 Delphine A. F~lson. Spokane l?J31~g0 Webste~ U. Jackson. Pasco 12/31/90 A1*n MorndT~ra. Olympia, Human Rights Cornm~s~on Dee Henderson. Olym,oia. ex offldo John A_ Spitz. Olympia. ex officio, non.voting AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION c/o Of#ca of the Governor Legislative Building, AS-13, Olympia 98504 2O6-753-678O Chris G. Stevenson, Richla~d Yal~ma/SE WA ~ M~c~o G. Wells. Evem¢ at I=ge ~e Gmv~, Ke~e F~, E WA ~ ~ E. La~. Su~, ~a~e 9/15/8g 9/15/8g 9/15/90 9/16/90 9/15/90 9/15/90 9/15/90 9/15/90 9/15/90 9/15/91 9/15f91 6/1~91 6/15/91 TI55120932
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46 STATE AGENCIES Aging, Stats Council on continued ,~hur Remote, Olympia, aZ lzu'ge ~'1.~32 Ruth Scarborough, Vancouver, aHarge 9/15/92 J~ne Smffh, Long Beech. OiympicAAA g/1.s~g2 Senator Ann Anderson Senator Adie DeJerna~t Representatiw Bill D~y Representative Shlriey Winsley AGRICULTURAL PESTICIDE (10) ADVISORY BOARD Ad.vises the. department of agriculture on problems relating to the use and application of pesticides in the state. Consists of nineteen members: twelve appointed by the governor and seven by other appointmg authori- ties. Members serve four-year terms. RCW 17.21.230 Board Members Terms Expire Otis C. Maloy, PhD, Pullman, plant pathologist 6/9/88 Robert G. Allison, Warden, fcxcl producer 6/9/91 R~ndy Hacker, Grandvlew, food processor 6/9/91 Christopher Senske, Kennewick, pest anti app[ 6/9/91 Dr, Gary Thomesson, Pullmen~ entomologist 6/9/91 Willis Gecdwin, Wage WaIle, ag chem industry 6/9/92 James Ripley, Cashmere, aedal applicator 6/9/92 Fred Valentine, E Wenatches, pest control goes 6/9/g2 Dr. Lucre G. Costa, Sea,e, toxicologist 6/9/93 Louis Mei~sner, Kennew{ck, pesticide dlr/mgr 6/9/93 Ch,~stopher Shaffer, Walls Wells, food producer 6/9/93 Edward L. Walter. Edmonds, ground applicator 6/9/93 Art Losey, Chemical & Plant D~v, Agdo Dept, statutory Nancy D~ling-designee, Dept of Ecology. statutory Mary Lou Mills-designee, Dept of Fisheries. statutory Steve Cant-designee, Dept Lebor & Industries, statutory Harry Andareen-deslgnee, Dept Natural Res, statutory Lynden Bnumodes, Office Envlr Health, DSHS, statutory Rocky, Beach-de'~lgnee, Dept of Wildlife. statutory Chdstoper L. B~ke, Seatde (YaOR1 Pamela Baldwin, C(ymp~a 6,"-~J1 £h'. Cynthia Breanan. SeanJe 6r'~3/91 Gregory C~pentar, Lacey 6/30/91 Dr. Sandr= Counts, S~aCIIs 6/30/91 Diane Grise, Redmond 8/30/91 M~e McGovem, Tacoma s,'3Oml Rap. John A. Meyer, Spokane 6/30/91 Bs~ Thornton, 5eerie r:~r~o/9 t Rap. Dennis Braddock, Belltngham 6Fo6/BZ Dr. Daniel Couiston, Spokane 9.rJo/92 Robert L. Fi~gerald, Seatlle 9/30/92 Senator Gary A. Nelson, Edmonds &F30/92 Senator Lorraine Wojahn, Tacoma 6/30/92 DlokThompson, Secretary DSHS, Chair ALFALFA SEED COMMISSION, (13) WASHINGTON PO Box 296~. Passe 99302 5O9-547-5538 Cardesoutrasearch advertising, publicrelations, and Information on alfalfa growing In the state. Activities are financed entirely through assessments levied on the sale of products. Consists of eight members: six selected by growers. one appointed by the department of agriculture, and one selected by seed handlers. RDW 15.65 Executive ~ecretary: R. Kenley Maurer Board Mambem Terms Explra Rodney C. leghorn, Toucheto grower 6/30/90 Pal: McPan~and, Warden, grower 6/30/90 Dale Peak, Toucher, handler 6/90/90 Clayton Binder, Lowden, grower 6/30/91 Don UnderhiII, Warden, grower, chair 6/30/91 Chds Kregger, Toucher, grower 6/30/92 Hamtd Stephenson, Wapato, grower • 6/30/92 Dlr. Dept of Agriculture, Max Long, designee, statutory AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF (11) 40G General Administration Bide, AX-41 Olympia 98504 ~06-753-5063 The department assists agricultural producers in the state by establishing orderly, fair, sound, efficient and unhampered marketing, grading and standardizing of the commodities they produce and in promoting and increasing the sale and proper use of such commodi- ties. The director is appointed by the governor with the consent o| the senate and serves at the governor's pleasure. RCW 43.23, 43.17,020 Director: Dr C. Alert Pet~ibone 7..~.5050 Deputy Director: Micheel Schwisow 753.5035 Assism.nt to Director:. Ceadece Jacobs 586-5310 Assistant to Director: Stu Trefry 566-3668 Assistam to Director: Mary Toohey 586-2722 Public Information Officer: Mary Beth Long 586-6108 Administrative Services Division Assistant Director: John Frost 586-3454 Commodity Inspection Division Assistant Director:. J. A(len Sting 7.53.7005 Consumer and Producer Protection Division Assistant Director: Mike W~lfis 75.3-506g Food Safety and Animal Health Division Assistant Director: John Daly 753.5043 Stets Veterinarian: Dr Robert Mead 753-5040 Laboratory Services Division Assist.at Director. Dick Cissell 7;53-5057 Market Development Division Assistant Director: Art Scheunamann 753-.9=046 Pesticide Management Division Assistant Oi,'ector: Art Losey 753-5062 Plant ~er~ces Division Assistant Director: Bill Breokrason 5~8-5306 APIARY BOARD (14) Advises and makes recommendations on all matters relating to the.beekeeping indusby to the director of the department ot ag~ulture. Consists of six members who are beekeepers and who are selected by the director. RCW 15.60.025 APPLE COMMISSION, WASHINGTON (15) PO Box 18, Wanatchee 98807-0104 509-663-9~00 .P, romo.tes and advertises Washington State apples .,~reug.nout the world..A~vit;es are financed ent~rsly mreugn assessments levied on the sale of products. Consists of thirteen members: nine apple producers and four apple dealers, selected by the apple indust~. The director, department of agriculture, is an ex officio member. RCW 15,24.020 President: Tom Hale Board Msmbem Terms E~plre John L. Tears Jr. Quincy grower 3/1189 Harold Cozatt, Cho an, grower 3/:I/90 Garret Hot, lay, Wapato, grower 3/1/90 Roe Myers, Wer~tohee, grower 3/1/90 Roger Strand, Cowiohe, grower 3/1190 Bruce D. Allen, Y~kima, grower 3/1/91 Ross H. Laraon, Selsh, dealer, chair 3/1/91 Ed Perisanu, Brewstor, grower ~/1/91 G.M. =Jerry" SmeRzer, Wanatohee, dealer 3/1/gl Don Holman, Ceshmere, dealer 2/1/92 James M~Ison, (~ympia, dealer 3/1/92 David G. Newman, Yaldrna, grower 3/1/92 M~a Scott, Wenatohee, grower 3/1/92 Cleudia Cla~k, Department of Agrisultu~e. statutory APPLIED TECHNOLOGY BOARD (16) OF DIRECTORS, WASHINGTON AIDS, GOVERNOR'S, TASK FORCE ON (12) Created to help improve cooperation between diverse Washington Institute of Applied Technology segments of the community in preventing AIDS by ~15-22ndAvenue South, S~all]e ~a144 raising public awareness of the oasis and by improving 206.587-4800 services to those already infected. Consists of not more than twenty members repro- Has full auth.odty for ~e management policy data- seating public health, state government school edu- signs, curriculum aevelopment and resource alkyd- caters, citizens groups, and otherlnterested persons: tJon involving the Washington Institute of Applied appointed bytha governor. Secretary, department or Technology. Consists of fifteen members: nine representing the social and health services serves as chair. RCW business community; three, communitycollegedistrict 70.24,410 "t'ask Force Member= Tin'no Expire governor for six-year terms. ROW ~gC.JS.Q20 Don Moreland. Seethe 6r30/89 Dr. King Holmes. Seerde 6/30/90 ExecutNe I~,ecm~. Eo'wa~d Cruwr Joyce Wheatcro~t. Kennewick 6/30/90 Board Member= Terms E~p]re Dr. Robert Wood. Seattle 6t30/90 Jerry Bteckey. Seatlle. Comm Col Di,~t 6 5rig/91 John Ruke. Evere=. bu~;od rap 5t!6/91 Stephen J. N~elsen. Sea,e, bus/and rep 5f19/91 TJ. Vassar, geese, 5ea~e ~ d~I ~ ~I ~gl Bm~ D~m, Seato, ~ Col Dis; 6 ~1 ~92 ~m J~on. ~e, bu~nd rap ~t ~'g2 Hetm~ M~nn~y. S~a~. ~u~nd rap ~lg/g2 To~o ~gu~i, ~a~e, b~md mp ~1~92 V~ Nov~ ~affie, Sea~e s~ dis~ ~ ~1 ~92 Phil Nudel~n, ~fl]~ Kenddck, Se=ffie sch disz ~ ~I~/93 B~uce Koppe, Seattle, bus/Sad rap 5t19/93 Dr. Chades Mitohell, Seattle, Comm Col Dist 6 5/tg/93 Joe Peritore, .Sea~a, bus/and rap St19/93 James Thorpe, Se~a, bus/ind rap ~lg.'g3 APPRAISERS, BOARD OF See Natural Resources, Board of APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING (17) COUNCIL c/o Dept. of Labor and Industries Apprenticeship Division 925 Plum St, HC-710. Olympia 98504 206-753.3474 Approves apprenticeship standards for the vedous trades, crafts and occupations within the state, and administers regulations regarding the conduct of approved apprenticeship pr~Jrams through the ap- prenticeship division dept. of labor and indesldes. Consists .of seven members: one appointed by the governor with consent of the senate, six appointed by the drector of the deportment of labor and indus~es. Serve three-year terms. RGW 49.04.010 Progr=un Director: Nicki Moran Councll Member Term Expires Bruce F. Brennan, Tacoma, public member 2~21/92 ARCHITECTS, STATE BOARD OF (18) REGISTRATION FOR Department of Ucensin~. Highways-Licenses Building, PB-01 Olympia 98504-8001 206-753-6967 Examines and licenses architects within the state, investigates violation of state regulations relating to the practice of architecture and recommends rules and regulations for admini~;tering the licensing laws, Consists of seven members: six registered archi- tents and one public member. Appointed by the gover- nor for six-year terms. RCW 18.0~.330 Board Mambos Tsnns Expire Linda S. McMonagle, Maple Valley, consumer 6/17190 Larry N. Erlckson, Mourn Vernon, architect 6/17/91 Vaughn Leln, Vancouver, architect 6/17/91 George H. Nachtshalm, Spokane, architect 6/17192 Roger I. Rue, Tacoma, architect 6/17193 N~rman Johnston, Seatlle, archltec~ 6/17/94 Janet Donelson, Seatlle, aschltect 6/17/95 ARTS COMMISSION, (19) WASHINGTON STATE Ninth and Columbia Bide, GH- 11 Olympia 98504-4111 206-753-3860 Promotes the growth and development of the arts within the state; advises state agencies and offidals on matters pertaining to .~,e arts. and administers appre- pr~tions set aside for me acquisilJon of wo#,s of arl Ior public buildings. Consists of twenty-one members: nineteen ap- point.ed .by the governor for three-year terms, one memoer nouse ot representatives, o~e senator. RCW 43.46.020 Exe~l~ve D(ractor: John W. Firman Commie=fen Member= Terms Expire Leurie Bogush, Mercer Island, patronAnt des 7/28/90 Dr. Dennis Cousin, Camano I~and, an ed 7/28/90 Weedy Gdffin. Tacoma, pat/on/dance 7/26/90 wv~nt, let des/patron 7/28/90 L Dino Amur~. Eatonville, arts petron 7/28/91 Ps',dda Outran, Kent, peer 7/28/91 Lonny Kaneko, Vashon bland, writer/;eacher 7/Z8,'91 ~W Lu~n~, ~J;oF.~r~o, wo=vor 7/Z0P31 Bruce FL Q'chld. E~nd. comm ~ 7/28/91 Cyn~ia Strourn Meaghec Se~Je. arts ~ 7/28~9~ M. Jean Thompson, Rlchtand, literature 7/28/9~ Caro~ W. Wa.shingto~. SeallJe. pan'on 7/28/gl Nadne Nding~. Vancouver. painter 7/28,~2 TI55120933
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Marjode Ave/on, PodAngeles. comm theater 7/28/92 Vic L C~deron. Mercer Island. pa~nlar 7/28/92 Peggy Lewis, Yaklma, arts ed 7/28/92 Do Peter Newland, Everett 7/28/92 Joe Rogers, Moses Lake. photographerled 7/26/9Z E~vard M.TnJ~to, O~Ympia, pedorming arts 7/28RZ Rspresenta~ve Ruth Fisher Senator Janice Niemi ARTS COMMITTEE, JOINT LEGISL~_TIV.E . (20) Oversees contributions to uapitol Art I=uno ano oona- Ijon~s of art obie.cts or personal property to the Capitol.. uonsists or tour senators and tour represent~tives appointed by leadership and approved by respective caucuses. RCW 44.42.030 Ssnata Mnmbars House Membs~ Arlie DeJamatt John O'Brlen, chair Stanley Johnson Jean Marie Brough Leo Thorsness Ernest Crane AI W~fiiams Sire W~lson ASIAN AMERICAN AFFAIRS, (21) COMM~SSION ON 110 Pmfomaine Place South, Suite 202 Seattle 98104-5113 206.464.5820 1515 South Cherry St, KE-18, Olympia 98504 206-753-7O53 Examines and defines issues pertaining to .the rights and nee.ds of Asian Americans and advises the gover- nor and state agencies on policies, plans and pro-- grams relating to/.heir specla~ problems and .n.eeds. Consists ottwelve members appointed by me gov- ernor for ~hrea-year terms. RCW 43.117.040 Executive Director: PaUicia M. Lee Commission Membem Terms Expire Puni Hokea, Seattle, Asian 6~30/90 Cynthia K. Rekdal. PhD. Seattle, Asian 6/30190 PaVick Baldoz, Yakima, Filipino 6/30191 Van P. Dinh, Mukiltan, Vietnamese 6/30/91 John Ish~, O~ympi~, Asian 6/30191 Gregory H. Pak, Everett, Asian 6/30191 Hems Raman, Sessile, Asian 6/30/91 Mira Slnco, Mill Creek, Asian 6/30/91 Sulja Wamid~, T~coma, Asian 6/30~3t Robert D. Fukai, Spokane, Japanese 6~30~J2 Peter P. Ptis~yane, Seattle, Laotian 6/30/92 Stanley Tsang, Seattle, Chinese 6/,30/92 A'I'FORNEY GENERAL, OFFICE OF (22) Highway-Licenses Bldg, Seventh Floor, PB-71 Olympia 98504-0521 206.753.6200 related to the financial affaMs of the state and its political subc~vls~ons. RCW 43.09 State Auditor: Robert V. Graham, CIA Assistant State Auditor:. Jack Helndchet Deputy Sta~e Aud~tanT~ Sc.ho~ Deputy State Audito~. Unda Sheler Department Audits: Kelth Lougheed MuniCipal Corporal~ons: Lee Reaves BARLEY COMMISSION, WASHINGTON (24) 501 Great Western Bu17ding West 905 Riverside Spokahe 99201 509-456-4400 Carries out research, adve~sing and assessment programs for Was.bin.g/on grown barley, Establishes grades and stanoaros and takes action to prevent unfair trade practices. Consists of eight members: .five elected by badey, producers tw.o.app.ointed by etectea producers, ano one appointee oy oirector, oepartmant of agriculture. RCW 15.66 Administrator: Will~m N, Isgrigg Commission Members Terms Explm Ham/Dav~s, St John, grower 12/31190 J. David Ruark, Pomsroy, grower t2/31/90 B.A. "Bemle" Duanwa/d, Davenport, grower t 2/31191 Charles L. Hafenbrock, Vancouver 12/31191 Stephen Naught, Bickletan, grower 12~31/91 Daln K. Lauderback, Bellow J,= 12/31192 Gerald Scheeleo Fairfield, grower, chair 12/31/92 AI S/ins, Department of Agriculture, statutory BEEF COMMISSION, WASHINGTON STATE Denny Building, Suite 105 2200 Sixth Avenue. Sea~e 98121 206-464-7403 {25) STATE AGENCIES 47 III I Saundra Wo~sham, Mes~. sighted 9/13"90 Kehh McMulln, Richland. b~ind 9,'13191 SuSan Morgan, Seattle, blind g,'1~'~1 Noel N~ghtlngate. CNympi~. bl~d g/13/92 AIber! Sanchez, Spokane. blind g/1~92 Cyn~iaTowers. M.Ed.. Seattle. bl;nd ~t13/92 BUND, STATE SCHOOL FOR THE (27~ 2214 East 131h Street, S-27 Vancouver 98661 206-696-6321 Serves educ~on~l needs el v.isua[Iy imp~red ~nd blind students tram throughout the stats. Comprehen- sive curriculum designed to maximiz.e and develop stu.dent s.~lls to live, work, and be capable con~buting inaepenoent citizens. Superintendent is appointed by thegevemor and advised by ~e bo~d of trustees which consists of thirteen memoers: eight appointed by the governor for five-year terms, five statutory members. RCW 72.41.020 Superintendent: Roy J. ~ro~here, EdD principal: Dean O. SmnehJem, EdD Board of Trustae~ Terms Explr= Jeanne A, Pelkey Mount Vernon, Cong District 2 711/90 John F. Naddy, III, Spokane, Cong District 5 7/1/91 Ruby N. Ryles, Be/hell, Con9 Disuict I 7/1/91 Joseph Fram, Yakima, Cong Distric! 4 7/1/92 Bonnie Re/h, Seattle, Cong Disbict 7 7/1/92 Vacant, Cong District 6 711193 Lany Waikinson, O~ympla~ Cang D~st~ot 3 711193 Robert J, Anderson, Searile, Cong Dialect 8 7/I/94 Terry A/water. Olympia, WA Council of Blind, statutory Linda Barman, VancouVer, Teacher Assn, Sch for Blind, statutow M~rdet Kendall. KenneWi.c~, Unit~l ~(ind of WA, s~tutory Kay Kipp, Vancouver, WA Assn of Blind, statutory Valerie able/ram, Redmond, P/l" Assn, School for Blind, statutory Promotes the sale of beef; p~rovides for research on BLUEBERRY COMMISSION, nutrition, production, processing handling and market- WASHINGTON ing el beef and beef proo.ucts. 1360 Bow Hi//Road, Bow WA 98232 Consists of nine members from t~e beef industry appointed by the governor for three-year terms. RGW 206-766.6173 16.67.040 • Executive Director;. Margaret Grate Commission Members Terms Explro Joan Harder. Ritzville, beef producer 7/1190 A~d Monson. Oul~ook. ca~e feeder Gone Egano Yakima, meat pecker 7/t/90 Richard Coon. W=h~Jcna, beef producer 7/1191 Jer~y Vander Veen, Mount Vernon, dairy beet producer 711/91 Jim Wilson, Toucher, feeder 7/1/91 Conducts market development, research, and public information programs in Washington blueberries. Oollects assessments from embers to carry out its programs. Consists of seven members: six elected by produc- ers and one appointed by the director, depar~nent of agdcultura. ROW 15.65, WAC 16-550 Secretary/l'reasurar: Dorothy Andet'son Terms Exl~re Board Members Nelson Cordill, Spokane, beef producer 7/1/92 Leona~ Ehman, Woodland. producer, v~ ch~r~ ~e a~orne~ g~neral is [esponsibl~ fo~ro~d[ng legal Rod Nu~oll~ Quint, I~est~ ~esy~d 7/I~2 T~ny ~e, Femd~e, pmdu~r " s~ices ano ~a~ to me s~te. The office represents M=k L. Are~ln. Gr~ger, ~e f~d~ w~ ~ G~en Aldd~, ~y~k, pr~u~r ~91 all slate o~¢i~s depadmen~ boards, ~mmissions. Mike Willis, ~p~ent of Agr~ul~re, sta~o~ " Gus~f Ander~n, B~. p~r ~91 and ins~tutions of h~gher education in the ¢ouds ~d Stove Bye, C~nad~, pmd~ before all admlnis~ative ~bunals and bodies, In all BLIND, DEPARTMENT OF (26) B~u~ Dunn, ~swr~, pr~u~r ~92 legal ~d quasi-legal matte~. The offi~ also advises SERVICES FOR THE R~e~ L Ro~, ~pa~en~ ~1Agfl~l~re, alls~teofficialsin ma~ers rela~n9 to thedutlesof~eir 521 EasrLegion Way, F~11 o~ce~ a~d ad~s~s ~nd gives opinions on I~al 9ue~ Olympia 985~-1422 t~ons mr me s~te ¢og~sl=ture. It =lee ~rov[des ~dvice ~ 2~86-1224 • e prosecu~ng a~oreeys of ~e s~te. RCW 43.10 ~o OIL~R RULES, STATE BOARD OF . (29). ~ulates ~leS ~a r~ulations for the sam • proper ~s~¢~on, Insertion, use, o~ra~on, Acts as ~esoleage~ for~ing ~d d~sbursing repair of ~ilers and pressure vessels. A~omey Gen~: Ken Eiken~r~ 7~6200 to ~e vow/lanai ~g}~n. De--ant ~ geyser for four-year te~s. RCW 70.~.010 ~pu~ A~orneys General fe~ral and st~e ~nds for~e bliP, exceptwi~ r~a~ Con~sts of a five ~m~r b~rd a~oin~d by ~e Chief Depu~ AG: E~d B. ~ckle 7~-6207 include: (1) proyiding sewi~s to,Fasts/blind persons Assist/Chief Dopu~ AG: Da~d E. Walsh7~-6983 to b~e employed; (2) ~e v~oi~ operations of~ Beard Mem~m T~ ~pu~ AG: Ka~y S~ng 5~1~3 fp~r~ Business En~rpd~ Pr~r~; (3) ~em~o~ at ~n~d E. Linen, ~llevue, ~iler insurer ~pu~ AG: N~da Pieme 7~6~B ~e ~en~tion and ~ning ~n~; (4) offedng of R~ E. R~d, ~tln~, ~ter mfg ~e ~ S~. K~n~l~. ~i~r e~ ~gl Depu~ AG: ~n El~s (Sea,e) 2~-4~254 se~i~s ~ ~i~ ~ldr~ ~ bmili~; and (5) prove- ~es ~fin. L~, ~n ~ ~ ~92 ~pu~ AG:,Bruce Clausen (Se~e) ~-7045 ing i~e~ndent living se~s ffi el~ and mul~p~- ~ard G. Chrb~, ~Rngh~. ~ler ha~i~pp~ b~ ~rson~. AUDITOR, OFFICE OF THE STA~ (23) uirec~risappotnt~byme~vemor~dis~s~ BOUNDARY REVI~ BOARDS Legis/ati~Bui/dng, AS-21 by a ~¢il o~ fr~ six to ten ~m~rs ~inted by ~un~wre~ ~mds are m~ted by s~te legis- ~pmpia 985~ZI ~e go~ for mree-ye~ t~ms. ROW 74.18.070 la~ ~n King, Pier~, Snohom[sh ~nd Spokes ~n- ~753-52~ ~es; ~y ~ optional in a~ o~er ~un~es. R~en D~o~ Shld~ A. 5ml~ o~er ~n~s ha~ opt~ ~ ~eate ~ds; they ~e s~te austria au~odzed ~ empIo~ a sffiff to a~it A~ls~t ~r~r. Adminls~n: ~le ~n~lly ~e s~tewi~ ~mbined ~nan¢ial s~t~; Assist/~re~. ~d=~ T~: Fay Bmn~ ~nt~. Chain, G~. C~. Dougl~. cannot p~t-audits of eve~ s~te d~ent. A=ls~t~re~.P~r~:C=l~ ~. ~t~, Pa~m. S~git, S~. ~urs~. age~, a~ ~mmlssion. ~ of ea~ I~ gove~ • W~a Walls, W~ ~d Ya~m~ ~u~. B~ds menL ~e offi~ Wep~s ~ fi~s fo~alwrit~n auo=~ Advl=~y ~c~l for the Blind Te~= Expire have j~s~n over municlp~ ~ne~s, ~- re~ ~ ~ps ~d ~s~(s unif~m ~d~ M~e Fr~m~. V~er, b~ ~0 m~ons, disin~omdons ~ ~ea~n or ~xaton ~unEng ~d r~ systems f~ ~ ~vem- S~e~Pdb.S~.bi~ ~1~ el ~n ~ea~ ~s~. ~e ~ ~ee ~ve manta. ~ 8~tor su~ ~ o~ ~ a~=y B=~ ~, ~le~e. ~ ~1~ ~d~n o~r e~s~= of ~w~ ~d ~ ee~ TI55120934
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48 STATE AGENCIES Bounda~/Review Boerde continued department of community development. "l'he boards ~onsist of five members, with the excep- tion of King County which has eleven members, pointed by the governor for four-year terms. RGW 36.93.030, 39.93.050 Benton County Boundary Review Board (30) Benton Counl), Comroi~on=~" PO Box 910, Pn~er 99350 509.7~6.5612 Chief Clerk: Tony A. M~den Board Members Torms Expire Gordon Beck, Jr, Presser - governor " t/31/91 Gene Hays, Kennswick - county 1131/91 James Dillman Richland - c~ty 1/31193 Eun ca Oswalt, Kennewick - general pVolic 1/31/93 Oofzald Graves, Kennewick- special dis~ct 2/28/93 Chalsn County Boundary Review Board (31) PO Box 1441, Wenalchee 98B07 509~664-5405 Chief Clerk." SImona Eschwig Board Members Tarms Expire John Reichmann. Ccshmere - governor 5/31/91 M~rilyn W~Itehall, Cashmere - city 5/31/93 Vergil E. Murran, Wenarc~ee - spec/a~ d/s~'/ct 5/31/g3 Audrey Chan-Nul, WanaChee o govarn~ 5/31/95 Robin Cooke - county 5/31195 Clark County Boundary Review Board (32) 1~10tlicer~ Row, Vancouver g866~.500D 206-699-235 f Chief Clerk: Claudia Fisher Board Members Terms Explrs David Jo Schlogel, C~mas - spatial dlstdct 2/26/91 Larry J, Swatosh, Vancouver- BOY appt 1/31/91 James M. Boyd, V~ncouver - city 1/31/93 Tom Burkhaldar. Vancouver o Oov 8ppt 1/31/93 Linda Secarnano0 Vancouver - county 1/31/95 Cowlltz County Boundary R=vlaw Board (33) 207 Fc~lh Ave No~h, Kelso 98626 206.SzT.3o4 r Chief Clerk: Steve Ha~'ey Board Members Terms Explr= Ralph Armstrong, Longview - gov appt 1/30/91 Can'o~l J, Cobra=, PhD, Kalama - county 1/30/91 Dr Richard K. Gait, Casde Rock- speda] district 1/30/91 Mark F. Andrews, Jr, Kalso - city 1/30/93 Fa[Ih Ruhland, Kelso - BOY appt 1/30/93 DouBleS County Boundsry Review Board (34) I tO Third S~eer NE, Easr Wenatchee 9a802 S09.~4-ISlt Chief Qed(: Sue Ann Shanda Board Mambor~ Terms Expire Lis Shivetey, East Wenatchee - gay appt 1/30/90 Colleen Kells~,, East Wenatchee - gay appt 1/30/93 W, Ross Wilktnson, W~terville o dty 1/30/93 vacant, county vacant. =pe~a] di=uict Franklin County Boundary Review Board (3£,) 101.6 NoN~ Fourth St, Pasce 99301 509-545.3521 Chief Clerk: Lois Slabs Board Members Terms Expire Howard D. Skelton. Pasce. epecla] dlstd¢! 2/26/91 Barbara Olsen, Pasco - city 1/31/93 E.Neal Smiley, Pasco - county 1/31/93 vacant- Boy appt vacant - gov appt Great County Bouttdsry Rsvlaw Board (30') PO Box 37. Ephrata 98823 ~09.7S4-20 t ! Chief Clerk: Peggy Gdgg Board Members Terms Bxplre George F. M~ss~t, Me=us LaXe - Boy appt 0/15/89 Richard Hunt- sl~mial district 5/t5/91 Rob~R S, Buys, (~Jincy-county 10/1191 Made Borck, Ephrat~- dry 5/15/93 Clyde E. Henderson, Moses Lake - BOY appt 5/1.5/93 King County B~JndsW Review Board (37) 3~00- 1361h BE, Bellevue 98006 Executive ~,¢retary: Nda H. W~lklnson Board Mzmber$ Terms Expire C,J. Culver - city 2/1/90 Clair I~gtvam, Bo~ei - city 2/1/91 Gunbjorg L. Send~3¢, Sea.~e - courdy 2/1/91 lV~{arn Sutermaizter, Seattle - Boy slept 2/1/91 _Marketer O. Lan~, Seethe - ep~dal dls~c~ De~d Bo~ne~, ErvJmdaw - gov appt 2/I/93 Paul Mallmy, Algeria - county 2/1~3 Dr. Richard Mordl, Sear'Je- 9ov appt 2/t/93 Robes Fan~rson, R~nton o c~ 2/t/g3 Don Alcher, Seatde - special distdct 3/I/93 vacant- govappt KIt=ap County Boundary Review Board 6~4 Division St, P~t Orc/m~d ~98-876-7174 Chief Clerk: Connie Bronna Board Member= Terms Expir= Gone Nelson, Bremerton - BoY appt 2/16/91 L~y Ward. Poulsbo o county 2/16/91 Charlotte Gar~do, O~la o 9ov appr 2/15/93 Sylvia H. Nelson, Balnbddgs Idar¢l - sp~cdist 2/16/93 James T. Walker, Bremerton - dry 2/16/95 Pacific County Boundary Review Board (98) PO Box 68, South Bend 98586 206. ~42..44 75 Ck~rk: Kathy North Board Mamber~ Terms E=plre Hal E, Gardner, Oysterville - special distri= 5/14/87 Dori Hal~derson, South Bond- BoY appt 8/14/87 Fattest A. Siemroth, Ilwaco - city 5/14/89 Clyde S. Sayce, Ocean Park- BoY appt 5/14/91 vacant- county Pierce County Boundsry Review Board (40) Planning and Natural Resource Management 2401 South 35th St, Suite 2, Tacoma 9B409 2~-501-715G Ch]et Clerk: Cindy W~llie Board Members Terms Explre Midam Grave= - county 1/31/91 Peggy M. Paterson, Tacoma - .~ov app! 1/31/91 Elsie Betggren, Roy o special d~strict 1/31/93 Peel Mance. Sumner - dry 1/31193 Margaret Smith, Tacoma - BoY eppt 1/3tl95 Skagit County Boundary Review Board (41) 204 County Admtn/stra~on Budding Mount Vernon 98273 206.336.9410 Chief Clerk: David Hough Board Members T-rms Expire Knute S. Figenshow, Anacortes - city 5/12/91 vacant, county vacant * BOY ~ppt vacant - BoY appt vacmlt - spec dlst Skemen|a Courtly Boundary Review Bo~rd (42) PO Box 798, Stevenson 509.427.5141 ext Chief Clerk: Pamela Johnson Board Mambers Tsrms EXpI~'e Clyde G. Knewles. Unde~vood - county 111/90 Tom Shrivet. Carson * gov appt 1/I/91 Charlotte A. Payne. Skamania - special dlstriot 2/28/90 Tlrnolhy Collins, Stevenson - city t/31/93 Rudy Hegewald, Stevan~l - BOY appt 1/31/93 Snohomlsh County Boundsty Review Board (,tO] First Flaa~, Adm/n Annex Bldg, Everet~ 98201 206.~g-9445 Chief Clerk: Bonnie Collins-Perry Board Members T*rms Expire Jerry D. Carter, Monroe - county 1/31/91 John Anthony, Snohomish - oily 1/31/93 Hmold Fauska, Bo~ell - 9or ~ppr It31/93 Bid Hm~on, M~II Creek - gov appt 1/31/95 Jm'~es Shipman, Marysvllle - ape~ld distdct 1/'31/95 Spokane County Boundary Review Board Room 401, Broadway Centre Building N 72t Jefferson St, ,~ookane 509-456-2250 Chief Clerk: Susan Wincbell Board Members Terms Expire Dr. Gerald A. Blsk]ey, Chaney- 9ov appt 1/31/91 Km~lyn Lucks Moore, Spokane - county 1/31/91 Susan F. Dalucold, Veradale - r.pocial distdct 2/28/91 Everett B. Coulter, Spokane - 9or appt 1/31/93 W)lliam Keley, Spokane - dry 1/31/93 Thurston County Boundary Rzvtew Board (4~) Build'rig 1, Adminisb-NJon 2000 L-akeddge ~ve SW. O~mpia 98502 RannJn~ Sta~. Susan Board Member= Term= Expire Everett Fourre', Olyml~a. ~ 2/1/91 JohnW. Hough. L=cey- dry Don~s CrMg, Olympia- st~:~l dis,AS ~/9~ Norman L We=~ng, Oympm - Boy =ppt 2/1/,33 vacant- 0o~ a~pt IIII Wails Wal~ County Boundary Review Boird 310 W Pop~=" St, Walls W~lla 99362 CNef Qe~ ~es W. ~d B~rd Membem ~e~s ~re ~ (B~ Ch~stensen - s~ dis~ct ~89 R~d Green~le, W~la W~ - ~un~ 4~1 ~nis E. ~s~, Wall= W~II=- Boy appt ~t - BOy appt Whatcom County Boundaw Ravlaw Board (47) 1000 Fom~ St, Be/[in,ham ~ 2~76~68 Chief Clerk: Sheen Wolf B~rd Mem~rs Terms Ex~r~ ~v, le ~ Garre=, Ballingham - BOy appt ~21/92 Mike O'Connor, Blaine - ~al dis~= ~21/92 Nan B~n, Ever~ - al~ ~21R4 ~vi~ Lewis Spiller, Bei,ngh~ - BOY ~pt ~21/~ vast - ~un~ Yaklma County Bounda~ Review Board ~ Cou~s=, R~m 416, Ya~ 98~t 50~575~ 112 Chief Clerk: Helen Ha=en~ler B~ M~ars Te~s ~r= ~11~ D. (B~) Fal~r - ~un~ 1~191 ~ Ann Bonney, Sunwdde - BOy ~pt 1~/9t V~eta Gordon, Wapa~ - s~i~ diski~ 1~/91 M~ J, Vincenl, Yaklma - cl~ w~n¢ - gov app¢ BOXING COMMISSION See Professional AthletiG Commission, State BROKER'S TRUST AOCOUNT BOARD (49) Reviews loan and gr~nt applications for fiJnding through the Housing Trust F.u.nd advise.s teal estate come{sties with regard to |censee e~Jcadon pro- grams. Consists of seven members: six appointed by the governor; one by' the real estate commission. Serve three-year terms. RCW 1S.85.500 Board Membom Terms Expire Sharon Lee. 5eaSe • 111,5/90 Bevedee Numbers. Spokane 1115/90 George Noble, Seaffie 1115/91 Maureen How~'d, Tacoma 1/1~92 David K. Jones, Moses Lake 1/1S/92 N~ma~ Mc~oughlin, Gig Harbor BUILDING CODE COUNCIL, STATE (50) .c/o Dep! ot Community Development Ninth & Columbia B_ldg, GH-~I Gympia 98504-4151 206-586-~423 Studies, recommends revisions and provides te~nl- cal and general assistance to building officials about adopted codes re.lated to uniform buildings, energy and barrier-free assigns. Consists of twenly members: fifteen, appointed by the g0vemor, four from legislature and one statutory member. Serve threaoyear terms. RCW 19.29,070 Council Member= Terms Expire Robert Anderson Jr, Steilaccom oleo city old 17J31/89 James "R oh" Hooter, E ens~urg elected county leo Official 12/31/B9 Robert M. Johnson, Seatde, med~ engineer 12,/31189 B. Rue=all Smith, Spok~me, architect t2/31189 Roy Vo Gaunt, Seatde~ comm/ind contractor 7/23/90 Wayne Murray, Spokane, building trades 7/23/90 Defiles Shobo& Port Orchard, builder 7/2"3/90 Dave Sturdevant, Vancouver elected co leg offid~l 7/23/g0 Lee Wheeler, Renton, fire drdef 7/23/g0 Robert D° Shampine, ~e~, building of 6¢ial 7/23/91 James J. Basso, Spokane, phys handicapped 1,~2 Leland KxaJt= pasco, elected sty otfi¢ial 1/6/92 Brace Murray, Snohot~sh, suppiierAnsl 1F-~2 Donald Eo O~azen, Seattle 1F-~92 Marc Su~Jva~, Searde, genera] pub~ 1Fo~2 Senator Max Ben|lz, ex officio, nonvoting Sen=to~ AI Williams, ex offido, nonvoting Represent=l~ve David Cooper, ex otSdo, nonveling Rewesen~ve J~m Hem. ex olfido, nonvoting Dapt of Labo~" & IndusW rap, ax olt~io, nonvoting BULB COMMISSION~ WASHINGTON (51) PO Box 303. Mount Vernon 98273 206-4 24-1~ 75 TI55120935
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conducts research, advertising, grades and derds along w~th the determlna6on of unfair trade practices perL'ning to bulbs grown in Washington. Activities are t=nances entirely through assessments lev~ed on the sale of products. Consisis of seven members: five elected by mem- bers and two appointed by elected members. Director. department el agriculture, is an ex officio member. ROW 15.66; WAG 16.524 SecretarylTreasurer: Richazd Nowadnlck Beard Members Terms Expire Henry DeGoede, Mossyrock, producer, chair 12/31/90 Robert J. Hu]berL Mount Vernen, producer 17JS1/90 Roger Knutsan, Sumner, producer 12/31191 William A. Roozen, Mount Vernon, producer 12/31/92 E.G. Williams, Jr, Ortlng, producer 12/31/92 Richard L. New~dnlck, Mount Vernon public, secretary/treasurer appointed Nell Van Lierop, Puyallup, producer appointed Roger Roberts, Deparlment of Agriculture, statutory BUSINESS LICENSE CENTER (52) BOARD OF REVIEW' Department of Licensing I.lighways-Licen~es Building. PB-01 Olympia 98504-800~ 206-753-6918 Provides pg.li,cy direc!ion to the departmentof licensing as ]t establlsnes and operates the business registra- tion and licensing system, Consists of fourteen members: one ex officio member appo.inted by the governor who serves at the governor's pleasure, thirteen statutory members. RCW 19.02,040 ' i~oard of Review Douglas Marshall, Seaffie, ex officio Governor, Chairman, statutory Secretly of Stele, Vice Chairman, statutory Oirector, Dept of Revenue, statutory Director, Dept of Labor & Indusffies, statutory Commissioner, Employment Secudty Dept, statutory Director, Dept of General Administration, statutory Director, Dept of Trade & Econ Development, statutory Director, Dept of LicenSing, staiutory Director, Office of Financial Mar~gement, statutory Chairman° Liquor Control Board, statutory Secretary, DeN of Serial & Health Services, statutory Lieutenant Governor, ex officio, statutory Speaker, House of Representatives, ex officio, statutory CEMETERY BOARD (53) Department of Ucensing Highways-Licenses Building, PB-01 ~/ympia 98504-8001 206-586-4905 Re,~ulatos private cemeteries. Consists of six members appointed by the governor for four-year terms. RCW 66.05,040 Executive Secretary: Paul M. Elvlg Board Members Terms Expire Lynn L. Melby, Lyanwood, public member 1115/90 Marianne (Sue) Overaa, Spanaway 1115/90 B. David Daly, Seatde 111£d91 Thomas W, Beck. Richland 1115/92 William H. Reed, Vancouver 1115/93 Moot Lien Wong, Spokane 1/15/93 STATE AGENCIES 49 Donna Mason. Vat..curer Barfly McCJure. Po."t "['owncond. ~ B~ Ortega, T~h Dr. Ri~ard S. Page, Sere ~o¢eYe P. ~ul, Lopez Louis O. Stew=~ O~ympia Dr. D~d S~on, WM~ad R. W~. Se~tor ~e=e ~, W~la Walla Senator L~s S~a=on, Spokes Senator Peter yon Re]chb~uer, Vazhon Senato~ AI ~lli~ms, Representers Je~i[er Belcher, Representers J~n Bereft, R~mond Repr~entadve G~ L~ke, Wayne King. Spok.~ne. noncust~'i=l parent 7/1/g0 Bsa~ee J. ~]off. BeIla~e. e~om=st ~c~el ~C~e. Feder~ Way. non.st p~ent 711.~ ~di~ ~r. S~, ~ni~ Read. ~a~le. leg~ rep Antony War~k, ~a~, ~(~ ct j~ge 7~ ~ke Cu~is, Olympia, s~tu~ Dr. Helen ~nlg~. s=~to~ CHIROPRACTIC DISCIPUNARY BOARD Department of Health 1112 South Guince. ET-21, olympia 9~504 206-753.0776 Representative Eugene Prince, Thornton Receives complaints; reviews and conducts hearings about violations ofthe regulatory laws d~termines dis- CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, (55) ciplinary .~. correctiv,e action and promulgates rules BOARD OF TRUSTEES Ellensburg 98926 and regula~ons on me scope and practice of chiro- practic procedures. 509.963. f 111 Consists of eight members: seven appointed by the governor for five-year terms and one statutory mem- Th.e governing body for Central Washington Univer- her. RCW 18.26.O40 sky. ~murw, u, ~unemo, m~ suna,e rots,x-year terms--'-C-°-n"s'l~s-°-f-Sse-V-e'~'m~ -be-r-s-a'-pP'°-I-nt-~ bY ~g°v Board Members' 1"arm. Expire • John W. Day. DC, Spokane 5,01192 RCW 28B,35.100 Wlfllam H. Lucas. DC, Everetl ~31/92 Board of Trustees Terms Expire Ronsld Bodzauer, Edmonds 9/30191 S. Sterling Munro, Wanatohse, chair 9/30191 Dr. R.Y. Woodhouse, Seaffie 9/30/91 David A. Pills Ellansburg 9,'30193 Susan E. Gou d, Edmonds 9/30/94 Graham Tollefson, Yaklma 6/9q/94 Harvey' Vemler, Moses Lake 9/30194 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, (56) COUNCIL FOR THE PREVENTION OF 1507 Western Avenue. SuitB 505, Sealtle 98101 206-464-6151 The mission of the council is the prevention o| child abuse and neglect in all of its forms. Responsibilities include: contracting for the establishment o! commu- nity-based educational and service'prod.rams aimed at redudng child abuse and neglect; facilitating the ex- change of information;consulting with state agencies; establishing the Childrens Trust Fund; and =zdopting necess _anj and appropriate rules. Consist.s of twelve members: six appdnted.by the governor for two.year terms; two statutory; tour ex officio, two each from senate and house. RCW 43.131.319 Executive D~rector;, Kip Tokuda Council Members R. Gary Ponzl, WaJla Walla Eunlce Snydor. Sp~k~ Joan B, Pciiak, Bellevue Dr. Darrow Chan, Kirkland Dr. Ray Jards, Taholah Sec/etery, OSHS, statutory Supedntandant of Public Insuucl~on, statutory Senator Cliff Bailey, ex offido Senator R. Lorraine WcJahn, ex officio Representative John Moyar, ex officio Representative P~t Scott, ax officio " Terms Expire 6/9/91 r=/30/91 6/g/92 6/9,/92 6/30192 CHILD CARE COORDINATING Peter Zografos, DC, Spokane 5/31192 Francis L. Co~in. DC, Renton 5/31193 LaVeeda Ga/llngtanMathews, 5cattle, public 6/1/93 David A. Butters. £)(3. Seattle 5/31194 Thomas Campbell. DC, Spanaway 5/31194 Secretary,.Dept of Health, ex officio CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS, BOARD OF Department ot Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia 98504 206-456-4561 Examines and licenses chiropractors. Recommends ~nd adopts rules and ,r~ulations for adminisb.ation of the regulatory law, admmisters continuing education requirements for continued licensure and approves chiropractic schools within the state. Consists of six members: five chiropractors and one consumer appointed by the governor for five-year terms• RCW 18.25.015 • Board Members " Terms Expire Dennis D. Byam, Grandvlew, chiropractor 6/1/90 L~uren King, Mount Vernon, chiropractor 6/1/90 Stephen F. Rennet, Spokane, chiropractor ~t/91 Judith D. Roland, Auburn, general public 6/1/91 Staven R. Bartusch, Spenaway, chiropractor 6/1/94 Rod Handley, Jr, Renton, chiropractor 6/1/94 CLEMENCY AND PARDONS BOARD c/o Governor's LegMab've Builo~ng, A9-13, Olympia 98504 206-753-6797 (5~) Receives petitions from individuals, organizations, and the department of corrections for review and com- mutation of sentences and pardoning of offenders and n some instances for the restoratmn of civil rights, Board makes recommendations to the gQvernor. Consists of five members appointed by thegovemor with consent of the senate for four-year terms. RCW 9.94A.250 COMMITTEE Provides advisory coordination and communication Bo~rd Members Term= Exldre CENTENNIAL1989 WASHINGToNCOMMISSION' (54) between state agencies to qualify for potential federal Judge B.J, McLean, Spokane 111 West 21st Street, KL-12, Olympia 98504 c.hild rare assistance funding. Proposes changes In. S.R. (John) Johnston. Okanegan 9/25/91 205-556-0411 cnild ca~.e, subsl.dy structure of deparunent of seclat Reginald T. Robe~, Tacoma 9/25/92 T~udy Suthedand, Gig Hafoor and hea]ti~ services and legislature. Makes mcom- Anita M. Paterson, PhD, Sea, is 9~5/93 Planned and organized the state centennial celebre- mendations on child care facilities in new state build- t~on in 1989. Terminates June 30, 1990.. ings. Chapter 213, Laws 88 Consists of twenty-five members: seventeen ap- pointed by the governor;, four from the senate and four CHILD SUPPORT SCHEDULE (58) COLLECTION AGENCY BOARD " (G2) Dqpartment of Ucens[ng " from the house of representatives. Members serve ~t COMMISSION Highways-Licenses Building, PB.O the governor's pleasure. RCW 27.60.020 Reviews and studies the child support schedule in Olympia 98504-8001 even-numbered years and reports to legislature on 206-566-4565 Execu~ve Director: Pumam Barber recommended changes to the schedule. Devel~s Commission Members and adopts worksheets a~l instnJCtions to be used in Regulates coJlectJon agendes within the state. Holds Mrs.R~ph4eanMunm.Gardner,coChaJrCoCh:,lr ,JulyC'h!ldl ,supp°rt1990. determinations. Commission expires dis .dplinary hear~, gs; recommends and adopts rules Louis E.Coaston.~ea~e Consi=tso|elevenmember=:elght=ppo|nte,::ll:~z%e .ana regulations lot aominis~ation of ~ regulatory Alison S. Cow,as. Sp~k~,~e governor; three statutory. ROW 25.19.030..O40 laW. Lee EId~ge. C~mpl,t Consists o.f five members: four ~pc~nted by the 8~1 Frank. Jr, O]yn~oia Commission Members Term Expire ~ovp. mo~" ano one statutory member, the director or H.A."Barney= Goltz. BellJngham Robert Hoyden, Sea~Zte, nancusto~al p~,ent 7/1/90 oes~gnee from the department o f |icens~ng. Serve four- Rob~.t E. Ma~k.Tacorr~ Jim Kennedy, Ya;dma 7/1/90 year terms. RCW 19.16.280 TI55120936
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50 STATE AGENCIES Coll~etion Agency Board continued Board Membom Terms Explra Fred R. Millet, Mount Vernon, licensee 12[31/89 Arthur J. McMahon, Tacoma, pu~is 12/31/90 Emesto G. Buckley Martin. Seattle, pubffc 1Z~31/91 Ben Wood, &., Seattle, licensee 12/31/92 Jack Byers. Dept of Licensing. statutory COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE COMMISSION (63) PO Box 730, Whirs Salmon WA 98672 ~0~I93-3323 A hi-state (Oregon-Washington) board, the commis- sion works with the U.S. Forest Service to plan for and oversee the 253.000 acre Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area created in 1986. Members are appointed by the two governors and six local counties (three in Oregon and three in Wash- ington). A non-voting members is appointed by the Secretary of Agriculture. RCW 49.97.015,020; PL 99- 663 Executive Director: Richard P. Benner Commission Members Terms Expire WASHINGTON MEMBERS David L Cannard, Vancouver, gov appt 6/12/91 Bob Thompson, Brush Prairie lug 1 Stuarl Chopin, White Salmon. resldent/scenio area, gov appt 6/12/92 Nancy $ourek, Carson 1992 Pat Bleakney, Dallesport 1993 Gayle Rothrock, Vancouver. gov eppt 6/12/93 OREGON MEMBERS Barbara Bailey. The DaJles . 1991 Ray Malthew. The Dalles 1991 Stafford Hansotl, Boardman 1992 Joyce Reining. Hood River 1992 Don Clark. Porltand 1993 IOisfine Olson Rogers, Portland 1993 U.S. FOREST SERVICE MEMBER Art DuFault, non-yoUng COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTS, BOARDS OF TRUSTEES 319 East SevBnth Ave. WEA Bldg, FF-11 -2000 The governing boards for each of the state's twenty- four comm~Jntty college districts. Consist of live members who reslde in the districts they represent appointe.d by the governor with con- sent of the senate for f ve-year terms. RCW 289.50.100 Boards of Trustees Terms Expire District 1. Peninsula, Po~t Angeles 98362 vacant 9/30190 Julia Johnson, Ne~'~ Bay 9130/91 Frank Ducceschf, Port Angeles 9130192 Ma~y Ann Grant, Sequim 9130193 M=ietm J. Kilmer, Port Angeles 9/30194 District 2, Grays Harbor, Aberdeen 98520 Ann Hobi Scroggs, Aberdeen 9/30190 Jack Dumey, Aberdeen 9/30/91 Richard K, Murakami, South Bend 9/30/92 W. Keith Hsrrell, Westporl 9130193 Lynne Glore, Montesano 9/30194 Dlstrlct 3. Olympic, Bremerton 98310 John Mitchell. Bremerton 9/30/90 Rev. Lawrence R. Robertson. Port Orchard 9/90/91 Anne S. Blair, Ba~nb~idge lah~nd 9/30/82 Betty Eager, Shelton 9/30/93 Barbara Stephanson, Pot~sbo 9/30/94 Dlstrlct 4, Skeglt Valley, Mount Vernon 98273 Arlene M~llet, Mount Vernon 9/30'90 Mary Ann Funk, Anacertes 9/30",91 Jose G. RUlz, Burlington 9/30/92 W. Kelley Moldered. Mount Vernon 9/30"93 vacant 9/30/94 District 6, Seattle, Seattle 98119 Arthur Siegel. Se~e g.GOt90 Lowell E. Knutsnn, Seattle 9r30/91 Dr. Cynthia K. Rekdal, Seattle 9t30/92 Phyllis G. Kenney. Sea~e 9rJ0.cJ3 Dr. Can~er Gayton. Seattle 9,30/94 District 7, Shorefino, Bsattle 9819~ Susan M. Johnson, Baatda 9/'30.'90 Linda S. Johnson, Bothell 9/30/91 Cherry L. Jarvis, Woodinville 9/30/92 J~nes E. Massart, Bea~le 9/30193 Chain/McGee Banks, Seat~e 9/30/94 District 9, Bellevue, Bsllcvue g9897 Richard Sonstefis, Mercer Island 9/90190 George E. Northcroh, Bellevue 9/30/91 Dr. Evelyn Carlson-Kest, Redmond 9/30192 Carol B. James, Bellevue 9/30/93 Sally JaNis, Issaquah 9/30/94 District 9, Hlghllne, Des Molnes 98198-9800 Elsie Dennis, Federal Way 9/30/90 John P. (Jack) Kniskem, Des Moines 9/30/91 Thomas H. Nixon, Federal Way 9/30192 G.S. Robinsoo, Seattle 9/30/93 Marilu M. Brock. Seattle 9/30194 District 10, Green River, Auburn go002 Benny Nordby, Enumclaw 9/30/90 James D. Avers, Renton 9/30;91 Beverly A, $¢hoontetd Kent 9/30/92 Ronald C. Cleudon, Auburn 9/30193 Virginia Cross, Auburn 9130194 Dlstrlot 11, Pierce, Tacoma 98498 Ramon L.Bames, Puyallup 9/30/89 Laura Stoner, Puy~llup 9/30190 Dr, David L. Crouch, Sumner 9/30/91 Jack Welkins, Jr. Tacoma 9/30/92 Robert Kozuki. Tacoma 9130/93 Olatdct 12, Contrails, Contrails 09S31 Deanna Cook, ChehaJls 9/30/90 James E. Sherrill, Olympia 9/30/91 Kathy Simonis, Morton 9/30/92 Joseph Enbody, Cantralla g/30/93 Arland Lyons, Triode 9/30/94 District 13, Lowsr Columbia, Longvlew 98632 Richard Graham, Kolso g~30/90 Bill B. Modimar, Longviow 9/30/91 Bruce L. Cardwell, Longview 9/30/92 Myrna J. Emodck Cathlamet 9/'30/93 Asa Reed (Ms), Wood end 9/30/94 District 14, Clark, Vancouver 98669 Sally G, Schaefer, Vancouver 9/30;g0 William G, Morris, Vancouver 9/30191 David P. Yang, Vancouver 9/30192 George Schweilzer, Comas 9/30/93 Georgia-Moo Gallivan, Comas 9/30/94 District 1$, Wenstohas Valley, Wenatchee 98801 Craig A. Nelson, Wenatchee 9/30/90 Ma,"y Honrle, Croak oj30/91 Howard H. P~3'or, Drowsier 9/'30/92 T.W. Small, Jr, Wenatchee 9/30193 Grace L. Lynoh, Wenatchee 9/30/94 District 16, Yaklma Valley, Yaklma 98g02 Gregory Trujillo, Ellensbutg 9/30/90 Anthony Wash~nes, Granger 9/30/91 Ted B, Semen, Yakima 9/30/92 Corzdee Mattingly, Yaktma 9t30/93 Dorothy L Aiken, Bunnyside 9/30/94 District 17. Spokane, Spokane 99207 Dorothy Knechtel, Spokane 9/30/90 Girard R. Clark, Pullman 9/30/91 James G. Walton, Mead 9/30/92 Dooa/d L C~son, Spokane 9/39/93 Prisdlla D. McMillan. Colville 9/30/94 District 18, Big Band, Mos~s Laka 98837 Harry Yamam0to, Warden 9/30/89 Dan Deans, Othello 9/30/90 F_lobe Alvarez, Moses Lake 9/30/91 Bonnie J. Pol~amus, Modes La~e 9/30/92 Paul Hiral. Moses Lake 9t30~3 District 19, Columbia Begin, Pe:s¢o 99302 W. Dc~d Shaw, ~chland 9/30/92 Charles Michen~'. KennewMk 9/30/93 Mihn Anh Hedge, Passe 9/30/94 District 20. Walla Watla. Wat/a V/alia g9352 Chris Wffson. Pomeroy Alexander Swan~z, Asotin 9-'30.'9i ~n H. "Punke~ Adds, W~la W~a ~:92 PaM~ F~ ~nohue. Damon ~'~ ~d S. S~wedn, W~rg ~9/~ District 21, Whateom, ~=llingham ~6 Bernie ~omas, Ferndal~ Inez Johnson, Fern~e Ann~reta BoCce, Lynden F~elding Fore,y, Ferndale ~3 Philip E. S~. Jr, ~l~ngh~ District ~, Tacoma, Tacoma 9846S K~n Cl~ke, Ta~ma g~0/~ Ro~t E. Hunt, ~, Fox Island ~0/81 Anne ~ Wade, Ta~m~ 9R0/92 Robert Yam~shita, Ta~ma ~9/93 ~nnis G. Seinfeld. Tacoma ~0/94 District 23, Edmonds, Lynnwood 08036 ~g~ret Hays, Lynnw~ g~0/8g K~en ~l[er, ~untlake Ter~ce 9~0/~ Dr. Ediffi A. Lawren~, Edmonds 9~91 Majal A. Wil~n,'Edmonds 9~0/92 Vaughn A. Shaman, Edmonds ~/93 Distr~ct 24 Soulh Pugst Sound, Olympi~ 98502 Norm S~ut, Olympi~ g130/90 Gayer Oominick, Olympia 9/30/91 Julia Grant, Olympia ~0/92 Em~se SwJh, Oiympla 9~93 Hal Wolfe. ~ympia 9~0/~ (For in/o~arbn on indMdual comm~ ~/leges S~ Edu~#on ~e=i~) COMMUNITY COLLEGE EDUCATION, (85) STATE BOARD FOR 319 East Seventh Ave, WEA Bldg, FF-I1 Olympia 98504 2O6-753-2O00 Reviews the community college system's budget; prepares a single budget for submission to the gover- nor; disburses funds to community college dist]icts; establishes standards for staffing, financial proce- dures, curriculum, degree requirements and admis- sion policies. Oonsists of eight members appointed by the gover- nor with consent of the senate for four-year terms. RCW 299.50.050 Director: Dr. Earl Hale Board Member= "Terms Explrs Philip B. Hayes, Tacoma, Cong Dis~'ict 6 4/3/90 Dr. Max M. Snyder, Spokane, Gong District 5 4/3/90 Mitchell Bower. Jr., Vancouver, Cong Disvic[ 3 4/3/91 Lawrence E. Sanlord, Bellevue, Cong District 8 4/3/91 Marian May Gerstle. Seattle, Cong District 1 4/3192 Antonio Santoy. Sunnyside, Cong District 4 4/3/92 H.A. Goltz. Bellingham, Cong District 2 4/3/g3 Joan Yoshltomi, BeaNs, Oong Distdct 7 4/3/93 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, DEPARTMENT OF • Ninth and Columbia Building, MS: GH-51 Olympia 98504-4151 206- 753-2200 The department provides financial and technical as- sistance to governmental units and community-based, nonprofit organizations. Its mission is to help Washing- ton State's communities obtain and develop the pacity to enhance public services, human set, Dos, economic development activities, and public works in a ~_pidly changing environment. The department will help governments and commu~ nitres anticipate change; will identify° coordinate, and promote effective use of private, local, state, and federal financial and human resources; and w,l assist in the identification, preservation, and enhancement o! Washington State's unique ..qU. alit/es. It provides ership in promoting and fanihtating intergovemmenta) coordination and information exchange at all leve~s of government: ~uppons and oncourage~ community activities which meet basic and critical human needs; and assists c~mmunities in mee~j their community development needs. RCW 43.63A TI55120937
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~reCtoc Chuck Clarke 753-5625 Deputy Director: Linda Duponz-Johnson 586-1310 Leg/Cong Uaison: Jean Ameluxen 753-2227 Administrative Services Division Assistant Director: Tim Arnold 7&3-5155 Community Services Division Assistant Director:. Peggy Mihata 753-4979 Community Presewation and Development Division Assistant Director:. Don Krupp 586-1238 Emergency Management Dlvision A~s[stant Director:. Kate HeJ-nbech 459-9191 24 Hour Emergency Number (out-of-state) Fire Protection Services Division Assistant Director: Dick Small Housing Division Assistant Director; Mike Piper Local Government Assistance Division Assistant Director: Mike McCormick 1-800-262-5990 206-753-5009 586-3442 753-2570 753-2222 (67) coMMUNITY ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION BOARD 101 Genera/Administration Bldg, AX-13 olympia 98504 206-586-1667 STATE AGENCIES 51 CONSERVATION CORPS COOR DINAI"ING COUNCIL HC~O, Box 2600, Forks 9833~ Selects, reviews, approves and evaluates the success Superintendent: Manqn "Sp*ke" Ho.~en. of the Washington conservation corps projects which me designed to provide meaningful work experience Indl~'t Ridge Corrections Center and training tor young people, eighteen to twen~?ive 19601N~cksRd, Adingron98?_~3.95r5 years of age in projects which conserve, rehabditate Superintendent: Richard Bosse and enhance tile state's natural, historic, environ- Larch Corrections Center mental and recreational resources. I:~314 NE Dole Valley Rd Consists of representatives from state agencies of Yacolr 9867"5.9531 agriculture, ecology, ecOnomic security fisheries, 5uperintandenETerry Haines natural resources, parks and reGreat on, and w d re. McNeil Island Corrections Center CONVENTION AND TRADE CENTER (70) PO Box 900. Steilacoom 98388-0900 BOARD OF DIRECTORS, STATE Superintendent: William A. C~lahan 800 Convention Place, Seattle 9810f 206-447-5000 Pine Lodge Corrections Canter PO Box C, Medical Lake 99022 A public non-profit corporation formed under Chapter Superintendent: John Heffeman 24.03 RCW for the. purpose of con.structJng a state convention and trade center in ~eattle. Special Offender Center Consists of nine members appointed by the govar- PC Box 5r4, Mon~oe gB272.OSf4 nor for six-year terms. RCW 67.40.020 Superintendent: Donald Bonamy President/General Manager: John Christison Twln Rivers Corrections Canter PO Box 888, MS:NM.85 (69) Cl~arwatadOlympic Corrections Center. L~06-339-1850 206.588.5281 509-299.513.5 206- 79~I.22G0 Corporate Secretan~. Sharon Ducey The board's objectives are to strengthen the econo- Vice Presldent-Construction: W.M. Foster Monroe 99272-0888 mies of.areas of the state which have experienced high Superintendent: Janet 8arbour unemployment rates or below average economic Board of Directors Terms E~pirs Washington Corrections Center growtll,; to encourage the d.iversiffcatipn of economies Dr, H. Dewayne Kreager, Tacoma, vice-chair 5/17/90 PO Box 900, She/ten 9a684 throughout the state, and to previoe incentives tot Phyllis L. Lamphere, Scathe 5/17/90 exp..ansion of .employment opportunities. uonsists or hi.nets.an members: eleven appointed by the governor tot three-year terms and eight statu- tory members. RCW ¢3,160.030 Administrator: Donna Batch Board Members Terms Expire Phyllis Shrauger, Hoquiam, city official 9/?J89 O.E. "Ernle" Boston, Richland, small business 9/2/90 Omar E. Lofgren, Spokane, public 9/2/90 George Radich, Shelton, small business 9/2/90 Clay S. Black, Spokane, small business 9/2/91 Robert V. Cowan~ Seattle, Governor's Council/Economic Advisors, chair 9/2/91 Risl~ard Modred, Mount Vernon, small business 9/2/91 Mary E. Sprout, Walervil[e, county official 9/2/91 Gerald P. Leahy, Spokane, large business 9/2/92 Shells M~us Vortman, Sea~e. large business 9/?J92 David Bailey, Mesas Lake, pert dis~'ict olficlal 12/14/92 Senator Eleanor Lee, statutmy Senator Bill Smitherman, statutory Representative Maria Cantwe[I, ctatutory Represenlative Shirley Dory, statutory Dir, Oept Trade & Econ Development, statutory, ex officio Dir, Dept Community Development, statutory, ex officio Dir, Dept of Revenue, statutory, ex officio Comm, Ernployment Security Dept, statutory, ex officio CONSERVATION COMMISSION (68) Mail Stop: PV- 1 I, Olympia 98504 206-459-6227 or 459-6229 Develops and implements a long range program for the conservation and improvement of the state's re- newable natural resources. Consists of ten members: two appointed by the governor for four-year terms; three elected by the district supervisors for three-year terms; and five statue tory members. RCW 89,08,030 Executive Secretary: Wayne Retd 459-6227 Administrative Officer: Robert P. Bellman 489.6229 Grants O~cer: Denise LMngstan 459-6141 Information Officer: John Akins 459.6048 Central WA: Tom Newcomb 509-786-2226 Eastem WA: 509-332-3333 Western W/~: Chuck B~glsy 206-4~g-6232 Commission Members Term= Expire R. Edward Barbm, Ephrata, elected diet aupv 1111/90 Kelly C. Nleml, Castle Rock, gov appt 6/6/91 Merrill Camp. Walls Wails, elected district supv 1111/91 Hewed Jaeger. Ka~sma. elected diet supv 1111/92 Rose Made Winters, Richland, gov appt 11/1/93 I~'. Lawrence E. Schrader. College of Agricullure, WSU, statutow, ex officio Car, dace Jaeobe, Dept of Agdcuffure. statu~, ex C¢,ol Jolly, Depz ot Ecology, ~ta.~JtOW. ex Arden OfSon. Dept of Natura~ Resources s~mory, ex officlo J. Reed Smig% Wa.~hington Associado~ of Consarwdon Dis~icts, s~atuto~, ex offido Rhonda Hilyer, Seattle, organized labor 5/17/92 Robert L. Flennaugh, DDS. Seattle, public 5/17/92 James R. Ellis, Seattle, chair 5/17194 Frank Firmeran, Seattle 5/17194 Gary G~nt, Seattle 5/17194 James 5. Griffin, Tacoma 5/17194 Robert C, Wallace, Bellevue, treasurer 5/17194 CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES, BOARD OF DIRECTORS c/o Department of Corrections PO Box 9699, FN-61, Olympia 98504 206-753-4001 71) 206-426-4433 Superiniendent: Kurt Peterson Washington'Corrections Canter for Woman PO Box17, MS:WP.04. Gig Harbor 98335 206.858-9101 Superintendent: Eldon Vail Washington Slats Penitentiary PO Box 520, Walls Walls 99302 509-525-3610 Superintendent: James Bladge~ Washington Stats Reformatory PO Box 777, MS:NM.83, Monroe 98272-0777 206.794. 26OO Superintendent: Kenneth DuCharme Advises the departme~nt of corrections on programs COSMETOLOGY, BARBERING, designed to offer employment work experience and AND MANICURING traimng of inmates along with the investment of funds ADVISORY BOAR D, STATE from enterprises and work programs. Department of Ucensing Consists el thirteen members appointed by the Highways-Ucanses Building, PB-01 secretary, department of corrections and the legisla- Ofymp/~ 98504 lure. RGW 72.060.280 206-586-4565 Direct=':. Lynn Lodmell CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF (72) Capitol Center B~dg, FN-61, Olympia 98504-3461 PO Box 9699, Oly?npia 98504 206-753-1573 h~he deparlment was created to establish a compre- ensive system of corrections for convicted law viola- tors within the state with the following objectives: to punish offenders for violating laws, treat all offenders fairly and equitably, provide prudent management of resources, provide restitution and meet nabonal stan- dards. RCW 72.09 Secretary:. Chase Rive~.nd Deputy Secretary: Joseph Lehman Directors, Division el Prisons: Larry Kincheloe Community Corrections: Dsvid Savage Correctional Indus~'ias: Lynn Lodmell Offender Programs: Ruben Cadefio Management a~d Budget: John King Chiefs, Office of Employee Settee: Jennie Adkins Leg. & Constilutent Affairs: Pauia Robinson-Marl~n Pubic Informa~n: VelW Johnson INSTITUTIONS Cedar Creek CorroSions Center PO Box 37, Littlero~k g855~ Superintendent: Kathy Gookin C~allam Bay Corrsctlonl C=ntsr Supednmndent: Ned E~own (~3) Advises department of licensing on all matters related to the Imdes of cosmetology, barbering and manicur- in%onsists of five members: four from the various trades and one consumer, appointed by the governor for three-year terms. RCW 18.16.050 Board Mambem Terms Expire JoffarY L. Of son, Tacoma. barber 7/15/90 Mary Alderete, Sealtie, cosmetologist 7/15/9t Katherine Elisworth, Ephrala, consumer 7/15/91 Linde 8. Ma=eady, Vancouver, cosmetologist 7/15/92 Robert Wilklna. Monroe. cosmetologis| lns~ 7/15/92 .COUNTY ROAD ADMINISTRATION (74) BOARD 2404 Chandler Court SW Olympia 98504.3913 206- 753-5989 Regulates county road department administration; p.ro.vides,!lal,son, between coun.ty road,department, 'stale aria reoeral agendas and me legislature; devel. ops management seminars Ior county road officials; determines counties' portion of state motor vehicle fuel tax. Consists of nine members appointed by the asso- ciation of Washington counties. RCW 36.78.030 Directed. Ernest Geisslar Board Members Terms Exldre Gary Gasaway. Columbia Annette McGee. Mason 6r3~90 Graham To~lefson. YakJma. ch~ 6,'30/90 Charles Go~don. P~erce S,'3~gt LOU Heir. King 6r30~91 Jay Weber. Dou0ias Lk~yd Ben3,. PE. Chelan 6/30/02 Douglas Cod~ss. San Jua~ St30,'92 R~hard Maruhn, Cow~E e/3~'92 TI55120938
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,2 STATE AGENCIES OURTS, ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE (75) Terry J. Mangan. Spokane, pollce chief 6/30194 DEFERRED COMPENSATION (83) 1205 South Quince St. EZ-11, O~mpia 9850~ 5tevan L. Pomerantz, 5eaSe O~ce. FBI= COMMITTEE Spade] Agent-ln-Charge. sta.tulonJ 2~00 Marb'n Way. ~Jire D, PCL11 20~-753-3355 Ken LCik~nt~rry0 Atlorney Gener',~l, statutory Olympia 96502-0001 he office of administrator for the courts studies the George B. Tellev~, Chief, WSP, statutory 206-566-49B0 potations of the court makes recommendations for -~provemenLandisresponsibletothe_~uprem.eC.ourt CRIMINAL JUSTICE WORK (79) Governs the committee for deferred compensation. .~r the execution of administrative Policies eric rums. GROUP, GOVERNOR'S INTERAGENCY Consists of five members appointed by the guyot- his court system includes the Supreme Court, Court Provides a coordinated interagancy system for fore- f Appeals, superior courts, and courts of limited casting and planning pris.on p.opulations and facilities, nor. RCW 41.04.260 Consists of nine memeers from state agencies, the Committee Members ~risdict~on. The office was established by the legisla- judicial system, prosecuting attorneys, and law on- Joan Cook. Tacoma. financial institution rap Jre in 1957. RCW 2.56 forcemenL EO81-15 George Masten, Olympia. chair, organized labor mp David H. Redge.rs. Olympia, insu~nce indust~ rap Administrator:. Mary 0. McQueen Judicial Information Services, Director: R~ck Coplen Judicial Services and Activities, Director: Janet McLene Public Information Officer: Robert M. Henderson 3RANBERRY COMMISSION, (76) WASHINGTON Route I, Box 145, Gray/and96547 206-267-4113 \llocatas funds for research on cranberry production md public information, Collects assessments from "nembers to carry out its programs. .. Consists of eight members: seven elected by cran- berry producers and one appointed by director, depart- nent of agriculture. RCW 15.65; WAG 16-565 Secreta~y/l"re~surer: Maain Paulson Board Members Terms Expire Steals Sacks, Long Beach, producer 8/31/99 Wallace Warts, Grayland, producer 8/31190 Robert D. Dibkey, Grayland, producer 8131191 Bruce Lillegard. Grayland, producer 8/31/91 Mrs. Ardall G. McPhail, Ilwaco, producer, chair 8/31192: Mike Ralc~snberger. Grayland, producer 8/31/92 PJchard L. "l~ndero Aberdeen, producer 8/31/92 Roger Roberts, Department of AgdculCure, statuton] CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES, (77) ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ~eviews supporting law enforcement services not related to traffic control. Consists o! eleven members: nine appointed by the ~ vernor for four-year terms, two statutory members, W 43.43.790 council Membsm Terms Expire Win. R. Cole. Ellensburg, retired Judge 6/30/91 John E. Mansfield, Laney, police chief 6/30/91 Mlcheot G. Shsnahan, SeaPJe, police chief I~'J0/91 Pat Jones, Port O~chsrd, sheriff 0/30/92 Lawrence Loveless, Ellensburg. police chief 6/30/92 Mike Rickert, Mount Vernon, pros attorney 6/30/92 Doug D. Blair, Yakima, sheriff 6/30193 Helen Brown Dorsey, Ocean Shores, elected city official 0/30/93 Frank Wilson, Spokane 6/30/93 George Tellevik, Chair, WSP, statutory Secretary, Dept ol Correc~ons. statutory, ex offldo CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING (78) COMMISSION PW- 11, Olympia 98504-8811 206-459-6342 Develops and implements training standards and programs designed to up,re,de cr, iminal justi,ce per- sonnel; establishes stanearas rotating to pnysica{, mental and moral fitness for recruitment of criminal justice personnel.. Consists of twelve members: nine appointed by the DAIRY PRODUCTS COMMISSION, (80) WASHINGTON 1107 NE 45th Street, Suite 205 Seattle 98105-46~5 206-545-6763 Advertises and promotes the sale o.f da!ry products on state, national, and foreign basis; tunas scientific re- search to develop and discover uses for milk products. Activities are financed entirely through assessments levied on dairy farmers based on the amount of milk they produce and sell to processors. uonsists of ten members: seven elected by the dairy industry two appointed by the director, department of agriculture, and an ex off cio department of agriculture representative. RCW 15.44.020 General Manager:. Doug Simpson Board Members Terms Expire Uz Anderson, Onalaska, producer 6/30/90 Robert T. Baker, Enumdaw, producer 6/30190 - Alvin Sherman, Coupovgle. producer • 6/30/90 Murray" Walks, Olympia, producer-dealer 6/30/90 James M, Cummins, Elk 6~0/91 Robert L. Gulch. producer 6/30/91 Roger Baiema, Lynden, producer, chair 6/30/92 Rod Efickson, Femdaie, producer 6/30/92 J. Thomas Lusby, Sea,e, processor 6/30192 John Daly, Department of Agriculture, st~tutoO' DEAF. BOARD OF TRUSTEES, (81) STATE SCHOOL FOR THE 611 Grand Blvd, S-26, Vancouver 98661-4918 . 206-696-6521 Responsible for the administration of the state school for the deaf, which evaluates and educates hearing impaired children who are eligible to attend the school on a space available basis. Consists of twelve members: eight appointed by the governor for five-year terms and four statutory mere- Dora. RCW 72.42.020 Superintendent: GanJ L Holman, PhD Director o! Residential Ufe: Ann E. Flannery Principal, High School: Robert Devemaux Principal, ElementapJ/Jr High SchoOl: Elaine Su~er Bo=rd of Tru=teee Tsrme Expire Bruce A. Bell, Hay, Cong Disbict 5 7/1/90 Glen Boceck, Lummi Island, Cong DlsUict 2 7/1/90 Rev. Fred H. OeBerry, Renton, Cong D~strict 7 7/1/91 MaJ'lyn Minkin, Bellevue, Cong District 8 7/1/91 Mildred M. Johnson, Seattle, Cong Olsulct I 7/1/92 Marjorie Trsvanhan, Vancouver, Cong District 3 7/1/92 Bevedy J. Ogbum, Wapato, Cono Disuic! 4 7/1/93 Benny Dockter, Tacoma, Ceng District 6 7/1/94 President PTHO, ex officio Pres, WA St Assn for D~sf. ex officio Housepa~ent ~ep, ex officio President, VEA rep0 ex offldo ~ovemor for six-year terms and three statutory merrP DEATH INVESTIGATIONS COUNCIL, ors. RCW 43.101.030 Execetive Director:'James C. Scott Assistant I~rectOr: G=ury E. Wagner Crlmirmt Justice Training Center 2450 Sou~h ~42nd, Bu~en 98168 206-764-4301 Diracto~ Cad Poschmen Commission Member= Terms Expire John H. Shields, Tacoma, county correctional 6/30/90 R.D. Snowden, Ritzv~lle. =sheriff 6/30/90 Yvonne Hugg!nsMcLean. Sea~te. publicet Irg 6/30/91 M~e Gibson. Sheldon, h:cai govt elect official 6/30/92 John E. Mansf'~d. Lacey. police chief 6,,3Ot92 Chase Riveland. Olympia, s~te cen'e~onai 6/30/92 ~DougD. B~ir. Yaldma. shedl/ r:~0/94 Ih D=wson. Everell. WoseoJ~",g ~'y 6t30/94 (82) STATE Oversees the state toxicology laboratory; studie~ and recommends improvements in the death investigao lions system and reports its findings to the I .egislature. Consists of nine members appointed by the gover- nor for four-year terms. RCW 43.103.040 Council Member= Torms Expire Robert Boaifad, MD, Wenatctme, co coroner 6/36/91 Bob Holler. 5he]ton. county she~ff 6,'30/91 Dr. H. Oonald Parry. p~vate pathologist 6/30~I Diane (~erquelt, O~ymp'~. county govt DaMd BruneaUo Por~ Angeles. pro~/coren~ 6/30/93 George G. Lsh~, Seatl/e. WSP 6/30/93 Lawrence Lovele~, Etlensburg, po/~e d'~et 6/30/93 Donald Row. biD, Sea~11e. co mad examiner 6t30/93 Terry Sebdng, C~ympia. attorney-membe~ WA State Bar Dave Weig, O]ympla, at large DEFERRED COMPENSATION, (84) COMMITTEE FOR 2600 Ma~n Way, Suite D, PO-11 Olympia 98502-0001 206-586-4980 The committee establishes and maintains ~ supple- manta mt foment boner t program for all Washington state and approved pc iticai subdivision employees, officers and e ected officials. RCW 41.04.260 (In- cludes Deferred Compensation and the Dependent Care Assistance Program.) Director: Lee Dreisbach DENTAL DISCIPUNARY BOARD (85) Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia 98504 206-753-1150 nvesti~ates, rev ewe ~nd conducts hearings on al- leged v=olat one of the regulatory law. Determines dis- ciplinary or corrective actions and promulgates rules and regulations governing the scope of practice. Consists of seven members: six appointed by the governor for slx-year terms, and one statutory. RCW 18.32.560 Board Members Terms Expire Sheryl J. Willert, Brier, consumer 9~0/90 Richard P. Fergusen, Seattle, dentist 9/30/91 Salvatore A, Gulsti, Tacoma, dentist 9/30/91 AnnMarie Monson, Spokane, dendst 9,'30/93 Bradley P, Brown, Kennewick. dentist 0/30193 Paul Lovdahl, Bellingham, dentist 9/30/9S Sscretary, Dept of Health, ex officio DENTAL EXAMINERS, BOARD OF (66) Deparlment of Health 1112 South Quince. ET-21, Olympia 98504 206-586.6898 Examines candid~tes for licansure; recommends and adopts rule.s and regulations for administration of the regu atQry aw .... Consists o! eleven memoers: ten practicing censed dentists and one consumer member ap- pointed by the governor Ior flve-year terms. RCW 18.32.035 Board Members Terms Expire George M. Cha~as, Sea~e, dentist 6r30/89 David W. Hanson, Spokane, dentist 6/30/89 Johnny N. Johnson, Spokane, dentist 6/30/g0 George Mahorio, Centratia, dentist Dan L Lalzure, Waits Walls, dentist 6/30/gl Sloven P. M~inkovich, Puya}lup, dentist 8,'30/91 K~ren K, Bleomquist, Seattle, dentist 6/30/92 Gall R. Kirk, PhO, Gig Haricot, public member Tern/Hansen, Freeland, dentist 6/3o/93 En'mst E. Patricelli, les~qua,h, denlJst 6/30/93 DENTAL HYGIENISTS EXAMINING COMMITTEE Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21. Olympia 98504 206-586-1867 Prepares and conducts examinations for dental hy- g~ene'ticonsure. Consists of Eve members: three licensed den~ hygienists and one public member. ~opo~nted by the secret;sty, department of bealth, who is an ex officio member. RCW 18.29 TI55120939
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DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUND (88) COMMITTEE, WASHINGTON STATE c/o Dept of Community Development Ninth & Columbia, GH-51 Olympia 98504-4151 586-8976 Reviews and approves or denies applications to the Washington State development loan fund. Consists el seven members appointed by the direc- tor, department of community deveiopmenL RCW 43.168 DEVELOPMENTAL D1SABIUTIES (89) PLANNING COUNCIL c/o Dept of Community Development Ninth & Go/umb~a Bide, GH-51 Olympia 98504-4151 2O6.753-3908 Council advises the governor on issues and trends in providing services to developmentally disabled indi- viduals in the state. Also acts as their advocate and as a planning agency. Consists of thirty members appointed by the 9over- nor tar three-year terms. EX 85-03 Executive Direclor: Sharon Hansen Council Membem Tares Expire Murray Anderson, Pullman, consumer 6/30/90 Dale Colin, Puyailup, consumer 6/30/90 Michael Nail. Bellevue, general public, chair 6/30190 Shad Kain, Spokane. consumer 6/30190 John Marqueits, Hociuiam, consumer 6/30/90 Donna Roe, Moses Lake, consumer 6/30190 Jounita Hackler, Bremerton, consumer 6/30/91 Shirley Nodell, Bellevue, consumer 6/30/91 Renee Nowak, Seattle, consumer 6/30/91 Linda Phillips, Vancouver, consumer 6/30/91 Mary Richardson, Seattle, higher ed lap 6/30191 Mary Stevenson, Tumwater, consumer 6/30/91 Ms Pat Roberts, Barbell, consumer 6/30/91 Dr. David ShurtJeff, Seattle, sen~se provider 6/30/91 Janet Taggart, Beside, consumer 6/30/91 Betty Beckett, Cosmopolis, consumer 6/30/92 Dr. Donald L. Patrick,.Seattle, consumer 6/30/92 David Lord, Seattle, gener~ publicinVconcem 6/30/92 Mel M,~ngum, College Place, service provider 6/30/92 Joan Martin, Bow, consumer 6/30/92 Sandy Schut, Kennewick, consumer 6/30/92 Sharon Stsws~Johnson, Mental Health, DSHS, ex off¢~o Katherine Briar. Child & Faro Serve, DSHS. ex officio Sde Elliott, Dev Disabilities Div, DSHS, ex Ran Kate, Mad Assisl Sew, DSHS, ex officio Charles Reed, Aging & Adult Sews, DSHS, ex Judy Schrag, Special Services, SPI, ex officio Jeanne Munro, Voc Rahab, DSHS, ex Director, Dept of Community Development, statutory DIETICIANS/NUTRITIONISTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE Department of Health 1112 South Quince. ET.21. Olympia 98504 753-1230 E|zabe~ Bennedsen. Seattle 12/31/90 Vrginia B. Brown. Yaldrr~ t 2/31/90 Nine Conn. Wa~la Wails 12/31/90 Frank Cute. Benton City 12/31/90 Pa~cl.-, Dutcher, Vancouver 12/31190 Tudd Erwin. Sea~le 12/31/90 Ma~y Ann Finch-FeW. Olympia 12/31/90 Mike Fixslof, Olympia 12/31/90 Reynaldc Gen:z~es, Ha~T~h 12,'31/90 ShanJlann Garg Spokane 12/31/90 Will am Ish~, Sea~e 12/31190 Lon S. Jackmen. Clarksten 12/31/90 James E. Jones, Olympia 12/31190 Stephanle Landaas, Seattle 12131190 Deborah Livesey, Seattle 12/31/90 Shidey Nodell, Bellevue 12/31/90 Richard Reeves, Spokane 12/31/90 Luther Smith, Olympia. 12/31/90 Janet Lo Thompson, Marysville 12/31/90 Pete Tones, Vancouver 12/31190 John Wright, Ocean Shores 12/31/90 Shoila Betsy, Pullman 12/31/91 Je~nnine Blue, Seattle t 2/31191 Lee CoIlegemen, Seaffie 1~J~1/91 Doug Huigen, Spokane 12/31/91 Linda Johnson, P~dfic 12/31191 Dr. Mel Mangum, College Place 12/31,/91 Sheila Murray, Poulsbo 12/31191 Maria Nonken, Seattle 12/31/91 Phyllis Puller, Walls Wails. t 2/31/91 Mary L. Sebek, Sea~e 12/31/91 AI Thompson. Vancouver 12/31191 Cheryl A. Anderson, Ellensburg 12/31/92 Kass Anderten, Seatde 12/31/92 Silverio Arenas, Jr, Mount Vernon 1?J31192 Re'Cane L. Bell, Sea~e 12/31/92 Dave Brown, Ellensburg 12/31/92 Michael Collins. Kirkland 12/31/92 Jude Carmler, Spokane 12/31192 Kent Davies, Ranton 12/31/92 Holly Delcambre, Sea,tie 12/31192 Pamela Dowling, Bothell 12/31/92 Loins Darand, Yaklma 12/31/92 Ar~uro Garza, Yakima 12/31/92 Nave E. Goetz, Tacoma 12/3t,/92 Don Kay, Olympia 12/31/92 Daniel L. Manslield, Sea.Is 12/31/92 Lynda Marshall, Peace 12/31/92 Carol McNemey, Belllngham 12/31/92 Suza~ne Myrane, Wen~td~ea 12/31/92 Elizabeth M. Rene. Sea,Is 12/31/92 Joe Schilling, Auburn 12/31/92 Sharon Schrceder, Spokane 12/31/92 Cynth~. I. Towers, Seattle 12/3t192 Louise C. Walker, Seattle 12/31/92 Lena M. Williams, Seattle 12/31/92 Josseiyn B. Winslow, SeIlingham12/31/92 Paul J. Wysocki, Seattle, chair 12/31/92 DISABILITY TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT, GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON See Disabili~ Issues and Employment. Governor's Committee on DISPLACED HOMEMAKER ADVISORY COMMITTEE Assists the sesretaw, department of health in admini- Assists and advises the higher education coordinating staring certification programs for dieticians/nutritions, board in the administration of the Displaced Home- Chapter 277, Law ~8 maker Act. STATE AGENCIES 53 Ne~aniel Greene, Spokane WA. Howe, Sequim 1~5,91 John H~s~ey. Per! O~chard Shirr/Heckt, Bellevue 112~9t John Ladanburg, Tacoma, Reese I3ndquist, Seatlle 1,'25:el Bob M~tcheil, Wen~tchee 1/25.~1 Cyntl~la Moreno. Evere~ David Okamoto. Beagle 1;'25/9~- Steve Old Coyote, Suquam~h 1/2~/91 Karin Olsen, Shelton 1/25~9~ Cheryl Pfaff, Vancouver 1/25/91 Tracy Rideout, Monteeano 1/Z5/9~ Marilee Roloff, Spokane 1/2~-~JI Virginia Semler, Wapatu 1/25/91 Tony Ventrella. Sea.t~le 1/25/91 DRY PEA AND LENTIL COMMISSION, (94) WASHINGTON PO Box 8566, Moscow ID 83843 208-882-3023 Develops advertising .and marketing programs; re- search programs; graoes and standards for.the,dry pea and lentil indUsl~. Collects and disburses tunas to oar~ out programs. Consists of nine mambers: sevenproducers, one h~ndier and one appointed by ~e director, depart- ment of agricu ture. WAC 15-535 Administrator: Harold Blain Board Member~ Terms Expire Brian Crow, Oakesdaie, producer Shaun Hz~rtley, Uniontown, producer 6/30/90 Gordon Hill~ Palouse, p~oducer, chair 6,'30/90 John E. Nawagoski, Waitsburg, producer 6/30191 Joe Schmitz Rosalie producer 6,'30/91 William Tee, Fa rlield, producer 6J30/91 Joe Hulett, PaIouse. handler 6/30/92 vacant, produoet 6/30192 Bob Gore, Department at AgricUlture, statutory EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, (95) BOARD OF TRUSTEES Gheney 99004 5~9.359-6200 The governing board for Eastern Washington Univer- Consists of seven members appointed by the gov- ernor with consent of the senate for six.year terms. RCW 289.95.100 Board of Truatae~ Terms Expire Kathryn B~nnaJ, Sea~e 9/30/01 Eleanor E. Chase, Spokane 9130/91 John V. Gemghty, Spokane 9/30/91 James L. Kerschbaum, Sea~e g/30/93 Jean L. Beschal, Spokane g/30/94 Joe W. Jackson, Pa~co 0/30/94 Michae! C. Ormsby, Spokane g/30/94 ECOLOGICAL COMMISSION c/o Department of Ecology, PV-11 Olympia 98504-8711 206-459-6170 (96) DISABILITY ISSUES AND (91) EMPLOYMENT, GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON 212 Maple Park, KG- 1 I, Olympia 98504-5311 206.438-3188 Created to improve coopera~n between diverse segmentsofthecommunityinbreakingthedrugabuse Commission Mambem Advises the governor and legislature on disability chain by calling publio attention to the crisis and Jack H. Gardner, Coupoville. at-large issues, generates local action, initiates wide ranging helping people to avoid drug use; attract resources to J. Read Smith, Saint John, agricultLce projects to addi'ess specific issues, provides training mount along-lasting program. Board terminates Janu- Joel C. Merkel, 8ea~le, public and assistance to indiyiduals and organizations ant25, 1991. Fred A. Shlosald. Spokane. indusw throughout the sate. conducts workshops and confer- Consists of twenty-five members appointed by' the Donna M. Simmons. Hoodspo~t. public antes, and publishes disability related materials, governor. EO89..02 Ann Aaoaard. Bothell.at-I~rge (Formerly governor's committee on employment of the Don McLeod, Chehalis. organized labor handicapped.) Consists ofn~nety-oee members appointed by the Board Member~ Terms Expire Booth Gardner, Olympia 1125/91 governor for three-year terms. EO 87-08; RCW Pa~Aaby, Everett 1/25/91 ECOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF 50.12.1800 DonAnderson, Kennewick lr25F:J1 S~ Martins CoY/age, P V-11 D~bblo Armstron0, S~ttIe 1/2,~/91 ~/ympi~ 9~04-9711 Execu~ve Secret,,:'W: Toby Olson Patrida BemdL Ya~rna 1/2S/91 20~D-~O00 Committee M=mbem Terms Expire P~si¢~ Bewails'n, Beside 1~1 Sue Amme~'. Sea~e 17J31/90 Jan Dev=ny. Merce~ Island 1/2~91 James M. Anderson. Tacoma 12/31/90 Larry Edckson, Spokane 1~Z5/91 Roxaane Baker. Sea~ 12,'31;90 Dennis Flannagan. Taooma. 1/25~1 Terra] ~ t~me~, E~m~ds 12/31/90 George Flan~ng. Olympia lrZ5/91 Consists of twen~-two memSers representing all Advises the director of ecology on envtronment~ and geographic areas of the state. RCW 28B.04.085 eeelogical matters and acts as a liaison between the pub_lie and ~ department.of ecolog),. . DRUGS, GOVERNOR'S ALLIANCE (93) uonsists or seven memeers appareled by me gay- AGAINST ernor for four-year terms. RCW 43.21A. 170 Terms Expire IY30/91 6/3O/92 6/30/93 6/3O/93 The deparlment manages and develops the state's air and water resources and cardes out a ooordinated program of pollution control. RCW 43.21A.020 TI55120940
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54 STATE AGENCIES Ecology, Department of continued Assists small and medium sized businesses to meet Ronald M. Rye. Ellensburg. t~gher educa~on, ?_/18~g2 Director:. Christine Gregdre 459-6168 thor co~l~l needs. Kathy H~Je~l. Auburn. gilead educaSon - 2~ 8"92 Deput'/D~racto~ Fred O~son 459-6170 Consists of fifteen members: e|ght appointed by the Dole Thompson. Sedro Woolley. bd educa~on 2/18:92 Assistant Directors: governor, four legislators and one member each from Cemra! Program and Enforcement: Steve Hunter 459-6012 the depart~nents of trade and economic development, EDUCATION, STATE BOARD OF (104) community development and the state treasurer. Old Capitol Building, FG-11. O~/mpia 98504-32f 1 FinanciaJ, Personnel and Support 206-753-6715 SaUces: Jim Martin 438-7447 Chapter 279, Laws 1989. Legislative and Inlergovemmsn~ Relations: Earl Tower 459.6030 Members Terms Expire Establishes rules regulations, standards and guide- Rod Bristol, Seaale 10,'19/91 lines for the general management and operation of the Public Information and Gordon Budke, Spct,=~ne 10/19/91 state's pL~blic schools. Educadon:Metanie Luh 459-6839 William A.Gt~ssford IV, Seaale 10/19/91 Consists of eighteen members: two from each Quality Control Information Mgmt and Candace'Jonson. Seaffie 10/19/91 congressional district elected by board members d Comprehensive Mgm[: Mike Reed 459-6690 Jerry Visciane, Seattle 10/19/92 school districts for six-~,ear terms, one nonwotina Waste Managemen~ Terry/Husseman 459-6029 Paul Campbell, Yakim~ 1 0/19/93 member representing private education, and the Water and Shorelands: Card Jolly 433-7494 Penelope Peabody, Mercer Island 10/19/93 perintendent of public Instruction. RCW 2BA.04 Program Managers Senator Ann Anderson Air: Joe Williams 459-6256 Senator Ray Moore Exec~Bve Director: Dr. Monlce Schrnldt Budget, Accounting and Support Representative Maria Cantwell Board Member= Terms Expire Ser~ces: Bill Wheeler 459-6176 Representative Shirley Dory Central Programs: Grog Sortie 459.6037 Rrsl Congressional District Environmental Investigation and David L Rubens, Bremerlan 1/94 Lab Se~ces: Dick Cunningham 586-1826 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, (101) William G. Stevenson. EdD. Sea~e 1/95 Hazardous Waste Investigation LEGISLATIVE COMMII"rEE ON S~oond Congressional District and Cleanup: Carol Fleskes 459.3007 Evaluated the state economic development policies; Dale W. Thompson, Sedro Wool!oy t/91 Nuclear and Mixes Wastes: Roger Stanley 45~-7056 monitors economic trends; reviews economic devel- Kathleen Anderson, Coupevitle 1/92 Shorelands and Coas~ Zone opment policies of other states and nations; deter- Third Congressional Dlslrlct Management: Rod Mack 459-6777 mines the economic impact of intemationa~ trade, Chades Marshall, Olympia 1/90 Solid and Hazardous tourism and investment on the state's economy as- Harry J, Petorsen, Yelm 1/90 Wastes: Tom Eaton 459-6316 sasses federal and regional pglicies and develops and Fourth Congressional District Office of Waste Reduction, Recycling evalu'ates legislative proposals concerning economic Robed J. O~r. Kennewick 1/91 and Litter Control: Bill AlkJre 438-7145 development. Mary Schwerdtfege~, Wapato 1/94 Water Quality Manager: Stan Springer 439.7090 Consists of six representatives and six senators Fifth Congresslonal District Water Quality Finandal Roy E. ,rl'iny) Jorgensen, Waitsburg 1/92 AsSislance:Myron ~aikewicz(acting) 459.6101 with the lieutenant governor as the chair. RCW 44.52.010 Dennis J. Morrlson, Pullman 1/95 Sixth Congressional District Water Resources: Hedia Adelsman 459-6056 SENAT~)RS REPRESENTATIVES Grant L. Anderson, Tacoma 1/90 Central Regional Dir: Russ Taylor 457-7120 George Fleming Maria Can~well Robed W. Randall, CO, Bremedon 1/93 Eastern Regional D~r: John Arnquist 456-6114 Eleanor Lee Shirley Do~J Sevsnth Congressional District Dorothy Haltingsworth, Sea~e 1191 NW Regional Dir: Mike Rundla~ 867-7010 PaUick McMullen Roy Ferguson Philip B. Swain, Seattle 1/94 SW Regional DIr: Pat Lee 753-2707 Jerry Soling Bill Grant Frank Warnka Roe Mayors Eighth Congressional District Marvin K, Norman, Enumclaw 1/92 ECONOMIC ADVISORS, (98) James West George RaJter GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL OF Uillard T. Batlles, Kent 1/95 Private Schools (non-voting member) Advises the governor on state financial matters in¢lud- EDUCATION COMMISSION OF (102) Joan P. Thompson, Gig Harbor 1/93 ing the state budget, tax policy, the issuance of debt THE STATES Student Representatives and debt management, cash management, and other Represents the state under the national Compact for Aaron Reiman, Wenatchee tiscal matter~ ~at rellect upon the overall financial Education which provides a national forum tor the Angel,, Warnick, Tacoma condition of the state, discussion of education policy. Superintends, or ot Public Instrustlon statutory No designated number of members; serve at the Consists of seven members: four appointed by the pleasure o/the governor. EO B4-02 governor and serve at the governor's pleasure; two EFFICIENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY (105) appointed by the legislature and one statutory mere- IN GOVERNMENT, WASHINGTON Council Members bars. RCW 28A.92.020 STATE COMMISSION FOR Dr. Darius Adams, Seattle, UW School of Feresw Dr. Phillip Bourque, Seaffie, UW Grad Sch of Bus Admln Commission Members Robert Cowan, Jr, Sea,Is, chair of CERB Richard Conway, Seattle, economic consultant Susan Doolittle, Sea, tie, Port of Seattle Charles Hodde, O~ympla, former dir, WA Dept of Revenue Larry Kenney, Seato, Washington S~te Labor ooundl John MacKenzie, Seattle, former stockbroker, Foster and Marshall Dr. Lynn Michaelis, Tacoma, Weyarhaausar Company Dr. Belinda Pearson, Seattle, economic consultant John Taylor, Seattle, USDHUD, Regional Office Dr Thomas Tobasz, Seattle, First Interstate Bank William Wallace, Bellevue, Boeing Company ECONOMIC AND REVENUE (99) FORECASTING COUNCIL Evergreen Plaza B/dg, AX.O#. O~ympia 98504 Grant Anderson, Olympia, governor's appointment Brian L. Benzol, Colbert, governor's appointment Ann Delay, O~ympia, governor's appointment Coda Nuxoll, FederaJ Way, governor's appointment Senator Cliff Bailey Representative Kim Peary Governor, Chairman, stetuton/ EDUCATION, DEPARTM ENT OF See Public Instruction, Superintendent of EDUCATION PROGRAM CONSOLIDATION, GOVERNOR'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON See Education, Advisory Committee on Elementary and Secondary 206-586-6785 EDUCATION~ ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON (103) Prepares and oversees the maldng of state revenue ELEMENTARY AND ~ECONDARY estimates and economic forecasts. Consists of six members: four from the state legis- Adv~sesthegovernor,~ndthe superintendentof publi~ lature and two appointed by the governor and serving instruction on issues and policies relating to the con- at the governor's pleasure. RCW 82.01 solidetiO~l of education programs w~thin the state's education system. Chief Economist: Dr. Chang Mock Sohn Con.sists ol fifteen members appointed by ~ gov- ernor for three-year terms. EO 81-22 Counell Members Senator Dan McDonald, oh=Jr Senator Marcus Gaspard Representative AR Wang Represent=rive Bruce Holland Leo McComb, Director, Office of Finandal Management Dennis L Oka/noto. Director, Department of Revenue ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY, WASHINGTON c/o Depr of Trade and Economic Devek~pment 10I General Adm~nistrat~on Bldg. AX-13 O/)~mpia 98504 Council Members Terms Expire Senator A~tie DeJ~matt, Longvlew, leglslature 2/18/90 Reprasantativa Sally Watker. Tacoma, legislature 2/18/90 Miland Walling, Bicldemn, local edUcaliOn bd 2/18/90 Wallace Webster Ill. Lynnwood, PTSA~nterest 2/18/90 Mk:hael S. Bernazzanl. Yakkna. public ad tel) 2f18/91 Gwen Dup~ee. Kent, public educalion rap 2/18/91 James P. Egawa~ Tacoma, Nadve American 2/18/91 M~,'y Lou Gregory. Hoqulam. WA Ed Assn rap Marl Nie~son. Aulxxn. PTSA 2/1 B/91 ~ M~'~n. Puy~lup, student 6r30/91 Edward F_ Dc~eJsi. R~'sono privale educ=Jon 2/18,~32 c/o Office of Financial Management • 320 Insurance Building, AQ-44, Ofympia 98504 2O6-586-0823 Conducts study of efficiency in state government to improve management and reduce costs; report find- ings to governor and legislature; commission expires DocemSer 31, 1091. Consists of fourteen members: six appointed by govemor, three by legislature, four legislative repre- sentatives; governor serves as chair. Chapter 480, Laws 87 Executive Director: Lucille Chdstenson Oomml~alon Members Terms Expire Booth Gardner, Governor, chair 17J~1/91 Garry Cameron, ~ea~e 12/~1/91 Emilio Cantu, Bellevue 12/31191 Lar~' Kenney, Sea~e 12/31/91 George Maston, Tumwater 12/31/91 "Ga~ Severson, Seaale 12J31191 Jean S~iver, (~ymp~a 12/31/91 Hunter Simpson, Sea~e 12/31/91 Paul Sldn~er, ~eattJe 12/31/91 Btil SmI~an~an, Tacoma 12/31/91 Art SpranPJe, Monroe 12/31/91 La~P/Taylor, Seatde 12J31/91 Carol VJppemlan. Seattle 12/31/91 George Walker, ,Seaale 12/31/91 EGG COMMISSION, WASHINGTON (106) PO Box 1038, Olympia 98507 206.754-44O 1 C~,do¢ out ro.¢~=u'ch. ~dvertising ~nd ~ssossment p.ro~3rams for the Washington egg indus_f~y'. Estab- lishes ~ades .and standards and takes action to pre- vent unfair trade IxsctJces. Consists of seven members elected by indusW members, one statutory member. TI55120941
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Manager:. William J. Walkinshaw commission Members Terms Expire Fred So'hoofer, Rochester, grower, char 1~J31/90 Barrio Wilcox, Roy, grower 12,'31/90 Ch~les G. Dynes, Burtington, grower 12/31/91 Gerald Wigren. Sea.,Je. grower 12/31/91 Beth Wriglesworlh. Rainier, grower 12/31/91 Howard Koozer. Satire Woelley. grower 12/31/92 Kent Wood~rd. Peace. grower 12/31/92 .julia Sandberg, Deparunent of Agriculture, statutor/' ELECTRICA, L BOARD (107) Establishes ooth general and specialty electrical con- tractors' licenses and prepares and administers writ- ten examinations. Advises director of department of licensing] o,n the needs, for add.ilional electrical inspec- tors anocnanges in electrical codes. Consists of ten members appointed by the governor for four-year terms. RGW 19.28.065 Board Members Terms Exp|re Kenneth Fry, Vancouver 7/7/90 Joseph Sienko, Kent 7/7/90 Steve Washburn, Seattle 7/7100 Harry Barnes, Spokane 7/7/91 Eart Dutton, Everett 7/7/91 Frank Lane, Mercer Island 7/7/91 Vincent Monaco, Veradele 7/7/91 Kent Gardner, Bellevue 7/7/92 Donald Close, Mercer Island 7/7/93 William B. Zenk, Tacoma 7/7/93 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL (108) c./o Department of Community Development Emergency Management Division 4220 E. Martin Way, PT-1 I, Olympia 99504.86! 1 206-459-9191 Advises the governor and the assistant director of emergency management on all matters relating to emergency services in the state; acts as an arbitration body to settle search and rescue claims between state and local government. Consists of lifteen members appointed by the gov- ernor and serving at the pleasure of the governor. ROW 38.52.040 Council Members Earl Brown, Pros WA SI Emergency Management Assn Lynn A. Carm chae, Yak me, Assn WA C ties M~jor General Keith EgBert, Lacey, Adjutant Gene~aUNational Guard "l'nomas A. Green, Wanatchae, Assn WA Counties John Henley, Jr, Hay, Assn WA Counites Robert K. Johnson, Auburn, firs chief Joe M, Lucoro, Seattle G. Carl Main, Seattle, Salvation Army rap Robert McBdde, Ellensburg. law enforcement Arnold E. Manseth, Mercer Isl~md, business/led rap S. Blaine Price. Edmonds. search/rescue volunteer Jack Shannon, Riehland Donna Timpa, East Wenatchee, emergency mad care Bob Williams, Longvlew EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (109) COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES COMBINED FUND DRIVE (110) COMMITI"EE~ WASHINGTON STA-fE cJo Department of Personnel PO Box 1789, FE-11, Olympia 98507-1789 206-586-0436 Determines which charitable agencies shall partici- pate in one annual combined effort to secure funds from state employees. Establishes policies necessm~/ for such a drive. Consists of not mor.,e than eight members appointed by the governor for mree-year terms. Members se- lected from legislative and ju~cial branches state agencies, higher education and a state empioyees organization. EO 84-15 Coordinator;. Deborah Bauer Comm|ttse Members Terms Expire Geoffrey Crooks, Olympia, |udic~aJ branch rap t/1/90 M.K. Deacon, Seattle, employee orb rap 1/1/9t John D21edzio, Olympia, state agency rep 111191 Stephen Nord, Seattle, higher ed rap 111191 Carol Fatten, Olympia, state agency rap 1/1/92 Sally Meyer, Pullman, higher ed rap 111/92 Don Oft, Spokane, state agency rep 111/92 Nancy Stavensan, Olympia, leg branch rap 111/92 EMPLOYEES INSURANCE BOARD, WASHINGTON STATE See Health Care Authority EMPLOYMENT INITIATIVE GOVERNING BOARD~ SUPPORTED See Supported Employment Initia~'ve Governing Board STATE AGENCIES 55 IIII I ENERGY OFFICE 809 Leg~on Way S~ FA-11 Olympia 98504-1211 206-586-5000 Collects data on all aspects of energy" utilizations. sources and technology; prepares contingency plans in the event of energy shortages or emergencies; conducts raseareh projects on new residential and commercial construction; offers education and training on energy co.nservafion. Director is appointed by the governor ano serves at the governor's pleasure. RCW 43.21F Director: Richard H. Watson Pniicy.~Resources/Progmm Research: Jim Harding InstitudonaVCommerciaHndust6al: Patrick Keegan Residential/Economic Development/ Transportation: vacant Administration and Planning: Dave Sjoding External Affairs: Julia Burman Legislative Affairs: Amy Bell ENGINEERS .AND LAND SURVEYORS, (114) STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR PROFESSIONAL Department of Licensing Highways-Licenses Building, PB-01 Olympia 98504-8001 206-753-3634 Examines candidates for licensure or registration; investigat0s and holds hearings on violations of the regulatory I.aw r.ecommends a.nd adopts rules and regulations tot aoministration of the Consists of seven members appointed by the gov- ernor for five-year terms. RCW 18.43.030 Board Members Terms Expire EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (111) Jerry Olson, Ariel, land surveyor 7/9/90 212 Maple Park. KG-11, Olympia 98504-5311 Wilho E. Williams, Spokane, structural engineer 7/9/90 206-753-5116 Wesley E. Taft, Tacoma, structural engineer 7/9/91 Charles M. Saline, Richland, efectrice] engineer 7/9/92 The department exists to administer !he state's unem- Roy A. Avent, PE, Seattle, civil engineer 7/9/93 ployment compensation and employment service Robert D. Cray, Oak Harbor, land surveyor 7/9/94 programs. Consists of six divisions: administration Dan Waltz, Bellevue, mech engineer 7/9/94 employment service, field operations, information processing, unemployment insurance, and training ENVIRONMENTAL HEARINGS OFFICE (115) program services. ROW 50.08 4224 Sixth Ave SE, PY.21, Lacey 98504-8921 206-459-6327 Commissioner: Islah Turner Depuly Commissioner: Ernie La Palm Senior Assistant Commissioner: Israel Mendoza Assistant Commissioners: Admlnlstra~Ive Services; M),rtts Thompson Employment Services; Cha.dotte Beater ExecuUve Suppoi1: Michael Forslof Field Operalions: Clint Petty Governmental Relations: Barbara Flaheny Information Services: John Nelander Training and Employment Analysis: Larry Male ENERGY FAClUTY SITE EVALUATION COUNCIL 4224 Sixth Ave SE, Bldg 1, PY- 11 Lacey 98504-8911 (112) Administrative agency for poliution control hearings board, shorelines hearings board, forest practices appeals board, and hydraulic appeals review board. ROW 43.21 B.005 Chief Executive Officer: Judith A, Bender AdminisPative Appeals Judge: William A. Harrison Adminis~'ative Assistant: Robyn Bryant ESCROW COMMISSION Department of Ucensing Highways-Licenses Bur?din9, PB-01 Olympia 99504-8001 208-753-6974 (I 16) Oepartment of Health 206-459-6490 Advises the director, department of licensing, on sub- 1112 South Quince. ET-21. Olympia 98504 conduct of tests, schedules of license fees. ~duca- 206-753-2095 Licensing agency for major non-hydroelectric energy jects including, but not limited to, the design and facilities. Evaluates applications, recommends ap- tional programs, and audits and investigations of the Advises secretary, department of health on the re- provalordisapproval to governor, Develops terms and escrow profession. quiremants.for prehospital emergency and ambulance conditions for construction and operation of sites, and Consmts of six members: five appointed by the services throughout the state and reviews proposed monitors the same for compliance, governor for five-year terms, and the director depart- administrative rules relating to emergency medical Consists o| fourteen members: one appointed by meet of .cons ng who acts as chairman. ROW t8.44 services; reviews regional EMS plans and recom- the governor with the consent of the senate an~ mends changes; advises on rules regarding poison thirteen statutory members. ROW 80.50,030 Commlsnloe Member= Terms Expire information center. Sherian Grimes, Kent, escrow agent 12/22/90 Consists of ten members appointed by the governor Angeline A. DeArth, Spokane, escrow agent for three-year terms. ROW 18.73.040 Council Members Terms Expire Evelyn L Moore, Tukwila, ~ide insurance Arlene Kazala, Redmond, esuow agent 12/22/93 Committee Mambem Terms Expire Thomas L. Kaono, Tacoma, fire chief 711/89 Ronald L. Pmtit, Bellevue, tire dept emerg mad 711/89 Truman E. Ellis. Sea~te, consumer 7/1/g0 Ted L. Rail. Spokane, omerg medical serv 7/1/90 Diane Rushing. RN. Silverdaie, emerg mad serv 7/1/90 Catherine B. Bi0elow. L~ Cent~*. emen~ rood 7/t/91 Dr. Robert C. Gloater. Sea~e. emerg phyei~an 7/1/91 Mark A. I<,,~mers, C~nksto~, Ikefightedmed;c 7/1/91 Donna L ~impeo Wee'retches, em~'g mad se~'v 7/1/91 Dr. Edward F. Yurcha~ WaJl~ WaJla, em~'ger¢3, ph),~c~an 711/91 Executive 6ecretary: William L. Fitch Curtis Eschets. Chairman coext/governor's Director or designee, Dept of Agriculture. statutory Nancy Pa~ksTumero des. Dept Comm Day. statutory Steve Mitchell, de,~gnce, Oept of Ecology, statutory Botts Johnson, designee, Dept of Fisheries, ~tatutory Nancy Lo 8umett, designee, Dept ot Natural Res, statutes' William F. I~ller, designee, DSHS, statutory Dan Inveen, des, DepzTrade & Econ Day. statutory Kds Gup~a. designee. Dept of Transportation. statu1~:xy Jack Howeaon, designee, Dept of W~dlife. Ed G. McGuke, designee, S~ate Energy O~ace, statu'.o~y Claude L~.ewold, descries, OFM. Des~nae, Pa~ks & Rec Comm. C. Rober~ Wa~lis, des, Uti~ias & Trees Comm. sta~ur~,y 12/22/91 12/22/92 Leilani J. Waiters, Gig Harbor. esc~ow agent 12/22/93 Director, Department of Licensing, chair, statutory THE EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE, BOARD OF TRUSTEES Olympia 98505 (117) The governing board for The Evergreen State College. Consists of seven mem~rs appointed by' the gov- ernor with consent of the senate for six-year terms. RCW 288.40.100 TI55120942
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56 STATE AGENCIES The Evergreen State College continued FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE OF (122) Board of Trustees Terms Expire 300 Insurance Building. AQ-44 Dr. Richard S. Page. Seattle g~3OJgO C~jqnpia 98504-0201 Herbert Gaiman, Tacoma g/30/91 ' 206-753-5459 L~, Girv~, Spo~.ne g~30/31 Allan Wainst~n, Varcouver 9130/91 Integrates biennial budget proposals of the various X~y Boyd, C(ympia 9/30/92 state agencies wilh the long-range, unified planning Carol Vippermsn, Seattle 9/30/94 goals ofthe state; advises the governorand legislature Dr. Constance W. Rice, Seat~e g/30/95 on matters of planning and management; reviews EXPORT ASSISTANCE CENTER business and m~nsgement practices of state agen- OF WASHINGTON cies and institutions. RCW 43.41 Sea Export Finance Assistance Center Director: Len McComb 753-5450 Assistant Direclors: EXPORT RNANCE ASSISTANCE (118) Accounting and CENTER, SMALL B USINESS~ Rsc~l Sen~ices: Dan Pansuta BOARD OF TRUSTEES Budget: Len McComb 7S3-$451 c/o Dept of Trade and Economic Development Executive Policy: Stan Marshbum 586-141 2001 Sixlh Avenue, Suite 1700, Seattle 98121 Forecasting and 206-464-7123 Information Services: Ga,'y Robinson 58~-2151 Management and Assists small and medium-sized businesses in financ- Productivity: Ludlle Christenson 536-0823 ing exports, provides information about export oppor- Support Sarlvce;: Carl Wieland 753-2854 tunilJes end financing, and assists businesses organ- FIRE PROTECTION POLICY BOARD, ize export trading companies. (123) Consists of seventeen members appointed by the STATE governor for six-year terms. RCW 43.210.030 c/o Dept of Communi~ Development Fire Protec~on Services President: Kenneth L Keach Ninth and Columbia Building, GHo51 Board of Directors Terms Expire Olympia 98504-4151 Henry M. Aronson, Seatlle, bus/at large 10/25/91 206-586-3443 II I maintain the economic wall-heine end stability of the sta~'s commercial and marine'recreational fishing ind.uslry. RCW 75.08.12; 43.17.020 Director:. Joseph R. BIum Deputy Director: Judith Memh~nt Assistant to DirectoriLegislat;ve: Ed Manary Assistant Directc~'s: Imerjudsdmtlonai Fisheries: vacant Salmon: Kahler Marfinson Planning. Research & Harvest Management: Gene DiDon~to Marine Fish: Mark Pedersen Shellfish: Judith Freeman Management Services: vacant Enforcement: Jim McKIliip Chief, Information and Educaticn Office: Sally Hicks Public Rela~ons Officer." Tony Floor FOREST PRACTICES APPEALS BOARD (126) 4224 Sixlh Ave, PY-21. Lacey 98504-8921 206.459-6327 An independent quasi-judlcial agency which hears and decides appeals from decisions of the department of natural resources. Consists of three members appointed by the gover- nor with consent of the senate for six-year terms. RCW 76.09.210 Board Members Terms Expire Chris Kelley-Welkins, E/topis, ms e~st WA 10/25/91 Lawrence M, Killeen, Tacoma, bus/at large 10/25/91 Ruthann Kurose, Seattle, public 10/25/gl Bernard Korth, Spokane, east Columbia Riv 10/2~/91 Ken Rohar, Tacoma. labor 10/25/gl Herb Simon, Tacoma, business/at large t0/25/gl Emily C. Yah, Bellevue, financial inst 10125/gl Toby Bouchey, Rtchland public 10125/93 Isabella Lsmb, Hoqulam, business, chair 10/2.6'93 Jeanne Cobb, Olympia, governor's rap ~ 0125/g$ D.G. Hendricks0 Pen Angeles, port diet rap 10/25/gS Robert A. Levin, Vancouver. nonprofit ¢orp 1 Penelope Peabody, Mercer Is, res west WA 10/25/95 Jack Pierce, Seattle, public 10/25/95 vacant, ~inanciai Institution 10/25/95 vacant, bus/at large I0/25195 FACTORY ASSEMBLED STRUCTURES (119) ADVISORY BOARD Advises the director department of labor and indus- ~ies on malta.re pertain.ing to, factory-built housing in, the state, ano standaros of oesign consl~JCtion ana manufacture of mob le and recreational Vehicles. Consists of nine members representative of con- sumers and industry appointed by director depart- ment of labor and industries. RCW 43.22 FAIRS COMMIBSION, (120) WASHINGTON STATE Assists director, department of agriculture in the preparation of merit ratings used in determining slices. lions to be made to fairs. Members evaluate fairs and recommend allocations to be made to e ghty part c- paring agrtceltural fairs in the state. Consists of seven members appointed by the dir .ec- tot: three east of the Cascades, three west of the Cascades and one member at large. RCW 15.76.170 commie=fen Member= Terms Expire Kathy Estep, Ridgefiaid 0131190 Thomas Kennedy, Bothell 3/31/90 Felix Entenmann, Spokane 3/31/91 H. Eugene (Gene) Forrester, Olympia 3,v31/91 Gce~a Hassler, Lowden ~31/92 Way Simpson, Deer P~k 3,'31/92 Ella Walk, re Morvoe 8/31/92 FAMILY PRACTI~E EDUCATION (121) ADVISORY BOARD Advises,the University of Washington school of medic .c~ne.on m~mple..menta.tJon of educational programs in tamirj meo~ci.ne mrougnout the state. Consists ot e~ght members: four appointed by the gore.mot for. fo.u.royear terms and four from other alp pointing authorities. RCW 70.112 Margaret Moran, Wenatcnee. pu0~¢ g,'7/89 G~'aid Leahy, spokane, ho=pi~ admin~tmtor D~. Richmd Layton, Sea, Is, community te~,den~/' progre~ ~/7/91 ClaudJa K. Craig, Chohalis llllgt Sets policy on fire protection matters- advises and Norman L Winn. Seattle, attorney Iil/g3 assists the director, dept of communi~' development Dr. Martin Kaatz. Ellensburg 1111g~ and director of fire protection on all fire protection FOREST PRACTICES BOARD (127) matters and in developing a budget. " " Establishes forest practices standards, and forest Consists of fifteen members: ten appointed by the water quality regulations within the slate.. Rcwg°Vem°r for three-year terms; five statutory43,63A members. Consists of eleven members: seven appointed by • the governor for four-year terms and four statutory Board Mimber= Terms Expire members. RCW 76.09.030 Fred Allinson, Searde, volunteer firefighter 4/15/89 Ronaid Hawer~'l, Issaquah, chief, fire prot dist 4/15/89 James Larsen Vancouver, fire ¢omm ssioner 4/15/89 M chae McGovern, Tecema, paid career firefighler 4/15/69 Duane G. Fleming Vaughn, ins Indusw rep 4/15/90 Carols Helm, Pullman, eleo leg clty official 4/15/90 Douglas McNeil, Everett, chief fire depVwast of rots 4/1.~g0 Thomas R. Anderson, Walls Wails, chief fire depVe~t of mrs 4/t.~91 Jim Rudd, Spokane, paid career firefighter 4/t5~91 David Sturdevant, Vancouver, elected leg county of Fciai 4/15/91 Governor, statutory Commissioner of Public Lands, statutory Insurance Commis~aner, statutory Chair, Commission on Vecationai Education, statutory Director, Fire Protection, ~tutory Board Members Terms Expire Dee Thomas McKern, Rice, else ce official 12/31/g0 James Stevenson, Seattle, gonerol public t2/'31/00 Joan Bolton, Seaffie, ewner/lores( land 12/31/91 Harold B. Bruns~d, Montesano, independent logging conuactor 12/31/91 John A. Smith, Inobellum, general public 12/31/91 Jack Ward. Ordng, generaJ public 12/31/92 vacant, general public 12131/93 Public Lends Commissioner, statulory Director.Depl of Agriculture, statutory Dkect~-Dept of Ecology, slatuloty Director-Dep! of Trade & Ecan Development, statutory FRUIT COMMISSION, WASHINGTON 1005 Tieton Drive, Yakima 98902 509-453-4837 (f28) Carries out research, advertising and promotion for FIREARMS RANGE COMMII"rEE ~124) Washington grown soft fruits: apricots, p ums, Studies and assesses the needs for a state facility for ~eaches, cherries and E~,dett pears. Activities are archery, target practice, skeet, trap and shotgun ,nanced entirely through assessments on the sale sports, dog training and black powder shoot=ng, products. Committee terminates February 1, 1990. Consists of sixteen members elected by the industry Conslsts of l~rteon members: eight represan.ting all plus one ex officio member, the director, dep~rtment of interested areas appointed by the gevemor; teur ex agriculture. RCW 15.29.020 officio members, two each f~om house and senate; depadmsnt of wildlife designee, Chapter 263, Laws 88 President:, Ken Severn Committee Member= Terms Explm Chuck Dryke, Sequim 2/1/90 Bonnie Gherlng, Spokane, general public J.K. Johnson, Tacema, black powder Gs.n~ Kasewskl, Kent, hunt~ng/salety James Kilmer, Arlington, ~rchery Den Manning, Yaklma, ergot pracl~ce/safety John B. Ol.~ughlin, C~ympia. =latewlde law ant Roy Skagen, Sea,e, local govt law enf Senator Brad Owen, ex officio Senator Kent Pull~% ex circe Rep'esenta~ve Shirley Dory. ex officio Rep~esent~ve Max Vek]ch, ex offido Dept of Wildlite designee FISHERIES, DEPARTMENT OF 115 Ggner~l A dministra~n ~uild~o. AY.- 1 f (125) Olyml~ia 98504 2O6-753-66oo Board Member= Terms Expire In/in Morehouse, Yakime 4/30/89 "thomas C. Bergrsrt' Peshestin, grower 4/30/90 2/1/90 John Douglas. Pasce. grower 4/30/90 2/1/90 Jay Gandy, Vakima, processor 4/30/90 2/1/90 Ray French, Richland, grower 4/30/90 2/1/90 Donald W. Olmstead, Jr, Grand~ew, grower 4/30/90 2/1/90 Ted Zach~, Wenalchee, dealer 4130/90 2/1/90 E/mar zurHeusan, Wenatchee, grower 4/30/90 2/1/90 Greg Babcock, Wapato, grower 4/30/91 2/1/90 David Cadson, Yakima. dealer 4/30/91 2/lt90 James M. Wade, Wenatchee, dealer aj30/91 2/1/90 Dan 7immen'nan, Wenatchce, grower 4/30/91 2/1/90 Richard Clement.s, Naches, grower, chair 4/30/92 2/1/90 Rex Coffey, Wapato 4/30/92 Norman Pc GutzwiJar, Wanatd~ee, grower 4/30/92 Erick Hanson, Pasco 4/30~2 I~ent Heinemann, De~artmenl of A0ricullure. statute'/ FRUIT TREE CERTIFICATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE (129) a~Ti~l~e deparLeent w..orks te preserve, protect, perpetu- .Advi.ses ~ director, department of a0dculture regard- ~ ..m..a~age ..me s~t wa~er and recreation,~ tish mg me aaministration of the fruit Lee cer~f~on ixo- anel~sn In me waters of the state; seeP.s, to gram and nursery improvement program~ : =.. TI55120943
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Consists of two committees: one with six members from the fruit tTee nurserymen; and one with four members from horticultural associations, members are appointed by the director, depaJ~nent of agricul- ture- RCW 15.13.320 FRYER COMMISSION, WASHINGTONI (130) 15403-B First Stmet Sou~h, Seato 98148 206-242-2229 D~velops, adve~,sin.g, pr, omofional and research pro- grarn,s a, tong ~n..me. a,etermin..ation,.of g, ra.d.es an~, stanaaros, anu unfair ~ace precuces. Punoec~ thrOUgh producer assessments. Consists of nine members: six erected by the pro- ducats, two appointed by elected members and one appointed by the director, department of agriculture. WAC 16-512 Manager: Joanna Mart Board Members Terms Expire Frank Nospenthal, O~ng, producer 12t31/90 Rishard Koplowitz, Mount Vernon, producer 12/31190 Jack Pederson, Tacoma, producer 12/31191 Donald A. Shafer. Centralia. producer 12/31/91 Darryl Stark, Everson. producer 12/31/91 Gerry Gustafson, Graham, producer, chair 12/31/92 Harold Louderback, OrZing, producer 12/31/92 Jim Polack, Seattle, producer 12/31/92 Julia Sandberg, Department of Agriculture. statutory FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND (131) EMBALMERS, STATE BOARD OF Departmen, t of Ucensing Highways.Licenses Building, PB-01 D/ympia 98504-8001 206-586-0453 Examines and licenses members of the profession; mourn,mends ru]e,s a.nd regulations pertaining to the admimst~ation, ano enre.rcement of the regulatory laws. Consists ot six members: four from the profession and one public member, appointed by the governor for five-year terms; one ex officio member RCW 18.39.173 Ad~nistrator: Paul Elvig Board Mambem Terms Expire Kirk Danekus, Rttzville 7/1190 Larry Mathews, Yakima, publk; member 711191 Arthur A. Susuml, Seato, licensed embalmer 7/1192 Kenneth R. Andrews, Vancouver 711193 lan D. Mordson, Olympia 7/1194 Director, Dept of Licensing, ex officio GAMBUNG COMMISSION (132) I I for other public agencies and acts as a regulatory agency for state-charter banks, savings and loan organizations and credit unions. RCW 43.17 Directo~ I~. Wendy Holden 753-5434 Deputy Directors: FatUities & Administration: Grant Fredricks 753-3151 State Services: Alan Momohara 753-2090 Assistant Directors: Employee Services: Julle Boyer 586-5144 AdminisVative Services: Ted Masumoto 753-4251 Procurement: Meredith Jennlngs 753-6461 Capita] Management: Alan Kurimura 586-1928 Property Development:John Swander 753-1060 Engineering & Architecture: Marls Greblns (acting) 753-3408 Capitol Buildings & Grounds: Ron McOueen753-5586 Transpor~don Services: Ed Joyner 753-2755 Risk Management: G~ry Alexander 753-09.52 Community Redistribution: IV~Re Levansen (Auburn} 477.-3959 East Campus Plus Program: Jack Brown 586.5948 Motor Vehicle Services: Mike Movlus 586.0643 Supervisors: Banking: Tom Gldlield 753.1~520 Savings & Loan: Betty Reed 753.5599 Communicddons: Chris~ne Yorozu 596.8953 Internal Auditor: Phil Jones 586-6978 GEOGRAPHIC NAMES, WASHINGTON (134) STATE BOARD .ON Department of Natural Resources 4224 Sixth Ave SE, PY-12, Olympia ~8504 206-459-6372 In cooperation with local, state and federal agencies, establishes, chang, as a.nd detarmi.nes the appropriate names of geographic matures in the state, Consists of seven members: four appointed by the commissioner of public lands and three statutory. RCW 43.126.025 Executive Secretary: Bonnie Buanin~] Board Members Emmalt Oliver, Lllfiwaup Pa~tcia Rotter, Bollevue Peter Simpson, Port Townsend Dr. Grant Smith, Cheney Brian Boyle, Chelr, Comm of Public Lands, statutory Jeanne Engerman, Washington Room Librarian statutory Wash ngton State Heritage Council, statutory GOVERNOR, OFFICE OF THE Legislative Building, AS-13, Olympia 98504 (I 35) 206-753-6780 STATE AGENCIES 57 lnvestigate~, deb~te~ :and d~velop~ comprehens~;~ statawide growth strategies recognisin9 ~e state's regional diversity. Reports ~o the governor and legisla- ture during the 1990 legislative session. Consists of seventeen members: thirteen citizen members and four legislators representing a variety of perspectives from areas around the state. Executive Order 89-08 HARBOR LINE COMMISSION See Natural Resources, Board of HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY, (137) WASHINGTON STATE 4505 Woodview Drive SW, QF-31 ~20yrnpia 985O4 6-438-7979 Oversees the state employment benefits board which is established within the authority, The board designs ano approves insurance behest plans for state em- ployees and replaces the state employees insurance board (SEIB). Consists of seven members: the administrator who acts as chair; three representing state employees: three experienced in health benefit management. Board members appointed by the governor for two- year terms. Chapter 107, Laws 88 Administrator: Margaret T. Stanley Deputy Adminis~'ator: Gary Chdstanson State Employe~s Benefit Board Mambers Term= Expire Dr. Robert Crittenden, C~ympia, exp heeJth ben 1011190 Annette Sandberg, Bellevue, employees' OrB 1011190 Nancy Cannon, Seattle, exp health ben mgmt 1D/1/91 Gary Moore, Otympla, state empl union rap 10/1/91 Dr. Carolyn Wa~s Madden, ,Seattle, exp health benefits 10/1/92 Margaret T, Stanley, statutory HEALTH CARE FACILITIES AUTHORI'Pt' 504 East 141h, Suite 130. PK-11 Olympia 985O4 206-753-6185 (138) Authorizes the sale of tax-exempt non-reeeurse reve- nue bonds for heath care fac ties. Bonds are sold in the name of the authority and are payable from individ- ual hospital's revenue. Consists of a five member authority with one .member appointed by the govamor with consent of the senate for a four-year term, and tour statutory mem- bers. RCW 70.37.030 4511 Woodvlew Drive SE, QB-11 Executive Director: John Van Gorkom Lacey 98504-8121 ~ho office of the governor contains the administrative Board Members Terms Expire I-B00-345-2529 staff necass.ary to assist the governor in: supervising Lut~wtg Lobe, CPA, SeaRle, public member 3/~FJ1 the executive office and departments with the state Booth Gardner, Governor, Chairman, statuto~J Licenses, inspects investigates and audits organiza- government; insuring that laws are faithfully can~ed Joel Pdtohard, Lt. Governor, statutory tions businesses and individuals participating in au- out; making.app_o.intm.ents to positions the governor is Richard MarqLmrdt, Insurance Commissioner, statutory thorized gambling activities, empowerecl to tdl; inlorming the legislature and the Secret~'y, Dept of HealS, statutory Consists of nine members: tire appointed by the people on the condition ofthe state and the position of 9overnorwith consentot the senate for six-year terms; the governor on various issues and carrying out the HEALTH COORDINATING COUNCIL~ STATE Iourex officio members, two each from the senate and other duties out ned n the State Constitution and the See Health, Department of house. RCW 9.46.040 laws=of the~state. Article III, Section 2, 5-13, Washing-. ton State uonstitutien; RCW 4~06 HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF (139) D~rector: Ronald O. Bailey 438.7640 Deputy Director: Frank Miller 438-7640 Assistant Directors: Licensing, Operations Support: Ben Bishop 438-7668 Field Operations: Dick Nicks 438-7686 License Adminlsvator: Derry Fries 438-7654 Commission Members Terms Expire Robert M. Tu~l, Beltingham 6/30/90 Ann H. Noel, Dayton 6/30/91 Thcxnas Pa~'ick Keefe, Seato 6/30/93 Juli Vraves Anderson, Tacoma 6/30/94 Patrick J. Graham, Colville 6/30/95 Senator Ray Mo~re. ex officio Senator In/Nawhouse, ex officio Represen~ti~,.~ P.J. =Jim" Gallagher, ex officio GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, (133) DEPARTMENT OF z~ 6 Genera/Adminis~ra~'on Building. AX-22 Olympia 98.~,O4 206-753-5439 The deparlment serves as the state's primary busi- ness serv~es agency providing a vadety of services Governor: Booth Gardner Acing Chief of Staff: Dennis L, Hack Deputy Chief=of Staff: Dean Foster ~ire~tor of L~gisiative and Congressional Relatons: Wayne F_hlers Executive Counsel: Tom Felnegle Press Secreted'y: Dick Milne Peraonal Assistant to the Governor:, Rosalie Gi~ng~ Scheduler:. Glenda Huntington Spatial Assistant for Citizen Relations: Carol Gregory Assistant for Executive Appointments & Legislative Affairs: Joyce Turner Co<xdinator for Eastern Washington Office: Sande Pauison Coordinator for Western Washington Office: Sue Setlera GROWTH STRATEGIES COMMISSION. WASHINGTON STATE cJo Dept of Commur~y Development N[nth ~ Galuml~'a Bu~Tding, GH-51 Olympia 985O4 206-753-2200 (136) 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia 98504 206-753-5871 The department is responsible for the preservation of public health, monitoring health care costs, the main- tananca of minimal standards of quality in health care delivery, and the general oversight and planning for all the state's activities as they relate to the health of its citizenry. The department is headed by the secretary of health appointed by and serene at the pleasure of the governor. RCW 43.70 Se~eta~y: Kriat~le M. Gobble 753.-.~871 Deputy Secretary: Pamela Campbel Mead 753-5871 Hea~ Offkce,': Michael ~lvetstein 753-5871 Local Haai~h Suppcxt SL:~,v~ces 586-6883 Consti~e~t Consume¢ A~faks D~recrnt: J~ckie McFayden 75~-0919 Dkec;toc. Tom B~ow 500-9051 Medi~ Rata.lions: Dean Owens 753-3934 Asgstant Secretaries: HeaJ~ Informadom Etzabeth Ward 753-1990 HNIAIDs and Infec~ou~ D~seases: kr=~ F~ds 586-8344 TL55120944
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58 STATE AGENCIES Ha~dth, Department of HERITAGE COUNCIL~ WASHINGTON (144) Assistant Secre~ies canlinued STATE Promotion and Chronic Disease c/o Department of Community Development Preventers careie Washes 753-7520 Archaeology & Historic PmservaEon En~mnmen~ Health: Er;c Slegle 7S3-59~; 111 West 21st Ave, KL-11, Olympia 98S04 Licensing end Certificates Sharm Cox 753-2241 206-753-4011 Division of Laboratories'. wcant (Seattle) 361-2853 Management Services: Don Ice 586-5942 Coordinates the operations end activities of the office of archaeology and hlstor~.c preservation and the VarY- HEALTH PLAN~ WASHINGTON BASIC (140) ous state historical societies. Consists of nine members: a r~presentative of each 1220 Eastside SE, HL-11 of the state histedcal s~cieties; the secretory of stat~; PO Box 9014, Olympia 98504 and five mer~bers appointed by the governor. Mem- 206-586-5332 bars serve staggered four-year terms, RCW A basic health plan for the segment of Washington's 27.34.040- population which does not have access to affordable Council Member= Term= Expire health care insurance or other coverage. Enrollees Margaret A. Ccxley, Seattle, int/exp historic pros 1/15"90 must be under age sixty-five and have gross family David A. James, Bainbridge Island. income not exceeding 200 percent of the federal WA Smte Histaricai Society 1/15,90 poverty level. RCW 70.47.040 Dav{d A. Munsell, Seattle, int/exp historic arch 1115/91 Marcedes Tate~ Spokane, Direclor: Thomas L. Kobler Eastern WA Historical Society 1115,91 Assistant Directors: Emmett Oliver, Lilliwaup, InVexp hlstodc prss 1/15,92 External Relations: Leslie Thorpe Keith Williarns, Wenatchee, tht/sxp h~tori¢ pros 1/15,92 Finance and Administration: Lynn D, French Martha Farguson, Olympia, Information Services ~nd Analysis: Michael Arnls State Capital Historical Aasn 1115/93 Vance Orchard, Walla Waila, int~exp historic pres1115,~3 Ralph Munro, Secretary of Stato~ statutory HEALTH POLICY GROUP, GOVERNOR'S (141) Develops and coordinates health policy as it relates to HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING (145) state government. F.acilimtes.reviews required by HB BOARD 203B on coerdinateo study or state purchased health 917 Lakeridge Way, GV-11, Olympia 98504 care p.rograms and regulatory agencies. Study will be 206-753-2210 coordinated by olfice el financcal management. ports to the legislature in December 1990. Executive Studies, plans and coordinates higher, education Order 88-10 among various institutions and agencies within the HEALTH, STATE BOARD OF (142) Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-23, Olympia 9B504 206586-0399 Designated as the. primal/entity for state health polipy development and is re~imd to produce a biennial slate health report which sets for the state's health priorities.. Consists of ten members: nine appointed by the governor with consent of the senate for two-year terms, and one statutory member. Chapter 9, Laws 1989, E1 Executive Director;. Sylvia Beck Board Members Terms Expire Robert Ellis. Richland, elected city official 711/90 Dr. Jess Spielhol:,. Olympia, consumer 7/1190 Graham Tel/cleon, Yakima, elecled co official 7/1190 Barbara Cooley, Tacoma, health ed opec/at/st 711191 B0bbie Evans, Snohomish, nurse 71119t Bevely Lingle Spokane cons hlth care 7/1/9t Dr. M. Ward Hinds, Everett, local h th officer 7Jl/92 Dr. Ge0r0e Tanbara, Tacoma, physician 7/1192 John G. Thayer, M! Vernon, sanitarian 7/1192 Secretary, Department of Health, statutory HEARING AIDS, COUNCIL ON (143) Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21, O~ympia 98504 206-753-1761 Examines and licenses hearing aid dispensers; rec- ommends standards for equipment and procedures along with rules and regulations for administration of regulatory act. Consists of ten members: nine appointed by the governor for three-year terms and one ex officio member. RCW 18.35.150 Council Members Terms Expb'e Kenne~ E. Jones, Tacoma, filler 9/15/89 "Thomas S. Rees, PhD, Seattle, nondisponsing audiologist 9/18/89 vanant, licensed fitter 9/18/89 Michael D. Baird, Woodinville. public member 9/18/90 Ra~ G. Lenh~d, Ya~dma, f;eer 9/18/90 Peter A. Memola, Wer~tchee, licensed ~tler 9/18/90 Lois H. Knox, Spokane, pobl~¢ member 9/18/91 Robert S. Well. Everett. licensed fleer 9/18/91 D~. Carl Wuilestieg, Tacc~ma. ear dzseases 9/18/91 S~JaZa~o Depl o~ HealS+ ex nor with consentofthe senate for six-year terms. RCW 28B.16.060 Director:. John A~ Sp'p~z Board Members Terms Expire Pat~'icia Stall, Seattle W1~1 R. Cint Richardson, Tacoma 7/I/93 Grace Chien, Sea~e 7/tJe5 HISPANIC AFFAI RS, WASHIN GTON (148) STATE COMMISSION ON 1515 South Cherry, KE-13, Olympia ~85D4-5113 206-753-3159 Assures that state programs are providing assistance needed by the Hispanic community; advises state agencies on developing and implementing policies, plans and programs focusing on the speciaJ n.e_eds a~,d problems of the Hispanic commu.nity. (Pormany commission on Mexican-American affairs.) Consists of eleven members appointed by the governer for four-year terms. RCW 43.115.030 Director: Hector X. Gonzalez Commies|on Meml~ra Terms Expire Otis M. Cedeno, Kent, Hispanic 6/30,~91 Miguel de D~rmh y Ortega, Toppenish, H sponlc 6~30/91 Ric~rdo M~ Guardado, Kennewick, education 6'30/91 Louis Ochoa, Mesa, Hiepanic 6/30/91 Arthur Borunda, Othello. Hispanic 6/30193 Thomas Cema Toppenish, agriculture 6/30193 Dr. Luz Mac/el Vglarroel, Bel;ingham, H spanic 6/30/93 Rick Mendoza Spokane, Hispanic 6/30/9~ Arthur Ortega, Federal Way, labor 6/30]93 Carmen Palomem Rockwell, Bellevue, Hispanic 6'30/93 Made Gloria Pardo, Ctympia, Spanish speaking 6r30193 state. Consists of nine members appQinted by the gover- HISTORIC PRESERVATION, ADVISORY COUNCIL ON nor with "consent of the senate for four.year terms, c/o .Dope.o! Community D_eve/opment Chair of board serves at governor's pleasure. RCW 28B.80 Archaeology & Hi~roflc t, reservation 111 West 21st Avenue, KL-1 (149) Executive Director: Ann DaJey Deputy Directors: Academic Affairs: Madlyn J. Baker Rnandal Altairs: Jim SaJnsbury Informat~n Systems: Tom Jcos Student Rnancia] Aid: Shidey Ore Board Membem Terms Explre Charles T. Collins, Sea~e, chair governor's pleasure V/v/an Winston, Spokane 0/30191 Judith Wisemano Bellingham 6/30/91 John M. Fluke, Jr, Everett 6/30/92 Pearl McEIheran, Seattle 6/30192 David Tang, Sea~e 6/30192 Andrew S. Hess, Vancouver 6/30/93 M. Lyie Jacobsen, O~ympla 6/30/93 Mary C. James, Eliensburg 6/39/93 HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES (146) AUTHORITY 504 East 14th, Suite 130, PK-11, Olympia 98504 206-753.6185 3-4011 Reviews nominations for the state and national regis- ter of historic places and makes recommendations to the state historic preservation officer concerning the eligibility of nominated properties. Consists of nine members appointed by the gowr- nor. RCW 27.34.250 Council Members Terms Expire Gary T. Canner, Spokane, architect 10/21/91 Susan Meyer, Mount Vernon, general public 10F21191 Yvonne Paterson, Shelton, Native American 10/21/91 Susan H. Armltage, PhD, Pullman, int/exp 1 0112/92 Dr. Glenn M~son, Spokane D/r, E. WA Histoncal Society 10/12/92 Kent D. Richards. PhD, Ellensburg, int/exp 10'12/92 Florence K. Lentz, Seattle, arch historian 10/12/93 Margery R. Phillips, Seattle, historian 10/12/93 Dr. Kenneth C. Reid, Pullman, Dir, Northwest Anthropolngy Center coest/pos Authorizes the issue of bonds or other obligations to HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, STATE (150) provide tax-exempt financing for capitallmprovements . CAPITAL for.private, no, nprofit instI~tions.ot higher education. State Capital Museum uonsists ot seven memoers: rout appointed by the 211 WeM21st, KM-11, Olympia98501-5511 governor and three statutory members. RCW 206-753-2580 28B.07.030 The association was created as a trustee of the state Executive Director: John Van Co.,kern of Washington by the legislature.in 1941, to Board Members Terms Expire catalog, preserve and interpret objects illustrative I-lany E. Morgan, Tacoma 3/26/90 the history of the state. Its two major program objec- Delores I:: Teutsch, K~ddand 3/26/91 tiv.e,.,s ~e to provide. .e~l. ucational .exhibits ~z.~d progrsrns Rev. William J. Sullivan, S J, Seat~e 3/26192 in me Stale uapitaz MUSeUm and to provioe services to Robert K. Powers, Spokane 3/26,'93 museums across the state, it is governed by a boa~d of Governor, statutory tllJstees consists of thirt~-five members, thirty-three Lieutenant Governor, statutory Exec Dlr, Higher Education Coordinating Board, statutory are elected by the asses/alien and two are statetery. RCW 24.03.27.36 HIGHER EDUCATION PERSONNEL BOARD 1202 B/ack Lake Bird, FT-11 OI2~Ym~53.38fa 98504-3611 (14~ Has judsd'¢tion over the personnel management func- tion of ¢~.ssified employees in the state institulions of higher education. Consists of three members appointed by the gover- Dirocton Derek Valley HISTORICAL RECORDS ADVISORY (151) BOARD, WASHINGTON STATE Develops storewide historical records plan including strateglea for the preservation of endangered histen. c~ records. Consists of tweNe members appoin~cl by' the gov- ernor ~ three-year terms. Non-Statutory TI55120945
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Board Members Term,= Expire Jeanne Engerman, Olympia, I+bra~n 3/31/88 Donna K~rvia, Chehatis, county clerk 3/31/88 Sidney F. McAlp;n. (~yrn~a. state archivist 3/31,'88 james Moore, Belfingham, regional arct~sr 3/31/~8 Lawrence L. Dedd. Wa,a Wal~a, archivist 3/31/90 Ead T. Glauert. PhD. Elensburg. historian 3r31/90 John F. Guido, Pullman, pmfessianal a~chiv~st 3r31/90 Jane Herrshman, Federal Way, priv sac arch 3/31/90 Dr. David Nicandri, Tacoma, state hist soc rap 3/31190 Jay W. Rea, Cheney, archiv'mt 3/31190 Dr. James Scott, Balllngham, education 3/31190 Karyl W~nn, Sea, e, manuscript curator 3/31/90 Ralph Munro, Secretary s! State, ex officio HISTORICAL SOCIETY, EASTERN (152) WASHINGTON STATE West 2316 Firs!Ave. Spokane 99204 509-456-3931 Collects., p.reserves, catalogs and interprets histor~a! material relating to eastern Washington. Itwas createo a trustee ot the State of Washington by the legislature in 19,2,5. In 1973 the legislature authorized the society to so,act art as well as items of historical significance. The society is governed by a board of trustees com- posed of thirty-three members and a director ap- pointed by the board. The board is elected by members of the society. RCW 27.32 Director: Glenn Mason HISTORICAL SOCIETY, WASHINGTON (153) STATE 315North Stadium Way, Tacoma 98403 206-593-2830 Founded in 1891, the society is dedicated to compiling th.e human h.ls.tory of the.s.tate, presew.ing and .keeping alive the dch heritage ot the past, and telling the stoW of Washington as a territory ~nd a state to succeeding generations. It is the parent organization of137 local and county historical societies. It is governed by a board of curators consisting of thirty members elected by members of the society and three ex officio mem- bers, RCW 27.28 Director: David L. Nic~J~dr~ HOP COMMISSION, WASHINGTON (154) 504 North Naches Ave, Suite 5, Yakima 98901 509-453-4749 Carrfes out advertising, promotion and research on Washington grown hops. Determines unfair trade practices. Activities financed entirely through assess- ments on sale of products. Consists of ten members: nine elected by producers and one appointed by the director department of agriculture. RCW 15.65; WAC 16.532 M~nager: Ann E. George Board Membem Terms Expire Bob Gasseling, Wapato, producer 12/31190 R. Martin Putarbaugh, Mahton, producer, chair 1:2/31190 II Senator James West, Spokane. ax off-=do RepresanCat~/e June Leotard. Sem~e. ex credo HOSPITAL COMMISSION See Health, Deparlmenf of HOSPITAL TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITi'EE See Health, Depar~nent of HOUSING FINANCE COMMISSION (156) 1111 Third Avenue, Suite 2240, Seattle 98101 206.46FI-7139 STATE AGENCIES Barbara B. Doli;v~r-. C~ympia Edward E. Foster. Wa;~ Wal~a ~nna Garstenberger, ~at~le B~n H~son, MD. K~so 1Z~1 ~as S~lo~erba~, Be!ll~m 12~1 H~rd Ad~. Seaffie 12~2 Anna M. Bea~ne~. Rifled, gov appt 1~2 Emo~ Bun~, Sea,Is, gov appt 1~2 H~man Lujan, ~a~e, gov a~ 12/92 Robert Cleon, Olympia ~2R2 Deltas Taye~, Selah. WCH vice pm~dent ~2/92 HYDRAULI~ APP~LS BOARD (15~) 5,q 4224 Sixth Avenue SE, Bldg 2 Will issue nonrecourse revenue bonds and participate Mail Stop PY-21, Lacey 98504-8921 in federal, state, and local housing programs to make 206-459-6327 additional funds available at affordable rates to help providehousing thmughoutthestatewithouttheuseof Hears appeals from approval, denial, conditioning or public funds or lending the credit of the state or local modificatio.n of h.:ydraulic per.sits forths construction of governments, projects Which Divert water wor agricultural irrigation or Consists of eleven members: one each represent- stock watering. ing local government, housing consumer nterest, Consists of three members: the directors or their labor, and low-income persons, and five public mere- designees of the department of ecology; the depart- bets, appointed by the governor, and two statutory ment of agriculture: and the department whose action members. RCW 43,180.040 regarding a hydraulic approval is being appealed. Executive Director: Klm Herman RCW 75.20.130 Commission Members Terms Expire David BatlaJne, Bainbridge Island, public/finance6/30/91 Administrative Appeals Judge: William A. H~rison D.E. Chillberg, Veradab, local elected oh3cial 6/30/91 Board Members L~'ry Kowbe[, Seatllo, pub]ic/financo 6/30/91 Stu Trefry, Depr o! Agriculture Nanci C. Primlay, Battle Ground, publio/re;zltor 6/30191 Hedia Adelsman. Dept of Ecology Charles R. Richmond, Seattle, public/finance 6/30/91 Kahler Martinson. Dept of Fisheries Anne H. Rose, Betlingham, consumer 6/30191 Chris Drivdahl, Dept of Wildlife John A. Sleffens, Port Orchid, org labor 6/30191 Rev. Leo B~'own, Jr, Tacoma, low income 6/30/93 INDETERMINATE SENTENCE REVIEW' (180) Hadan Douglass, Spokane, publlc/builderdev 6/30/93 BOARD State Treasurer, statutory 700 Capitol Center Building Director, Dept of Community Development, statutory ,410 We~t Fifth A re, FN- 71, O~mpia 98504 206-753-6797 HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (157) 402 Evergreen Plaza Building Has legal jurisdiction over all individuals committed to 711 South Capitol Way, FJ-41, Olympia 98504 Washington state department of corrections' institu- 206-753-6770 - !ions for crimes committed prior to July 1, 1984 and has legal jurisdiction over all individuals, both in state Works to eliminate and prevent discrimination in and out of state, who are on parole. Scheduled to employment and business practices because of race terminate on July 1, 1998. (Formerly board of prison creed, color, national origin, sex, age or mental or terms and parole=.) physical handicap. . Consists of five full-time members appointed by the Consistsoffivemembersappolntedbythegovemor governor with consent of the senate for five-year with consent of the senate for five-year terms. RCW terms. RCW 9.95.003 49.60.050 Executive Secrelary: Dennis Marsh Acting Executive Secretary: Alan Momohara Board Members Terms Expire Commlsslon Members Terms Expire George W. Johnson, Tacoma 4/15/9o Fred Montoya, Spokane 6/17/90 Kat~ryn S. Bail, Eatonvllle 4115/91 John D. Sweesy, Selah 6/17/91 Robert E. Tdmble, Olympia 4/15/91 Jan Kumasaka, Sea~e ~/17/92 Kaye Adkins, Tacoma 4115J94 Catherine May Haas, Tacoma. chair 6/17/93 David L. C~lson, Olympia 4/15/94 John LitUao Baaffie G/17/84 (158) INDIAN AFFAIRS, GOVERNOR'S (16 t) OFFICE OF 605- 11th Avenue South, Suite f12, PF-14 Olympia 98504 206- 753-2411 HUMANITIES, WASHINGTON COMMISSION FOR THE Lowman Building, Suite 312 107 Cher~y, Seattle 98104 206-682-1770 Michael Smith, YaRima, producer 1 ?J31/90 Henry Chaser, Grandview, producer 12/31191 Exa, mine.s and d~,. fines issues pertaining to the rights Steve Perrault. Toppenish, producer 12/31/91 The Washington Commission for the Humanities is a aria neeas of InDians. Advises the governor and state David A. S[rausz, Mab|en. producer 12/31/91 non-profit organization supported by the National agencies on policies, plans and programs relating to Ronald 9rulotte, Toppanish, producer 12/31192 Endowment for the Humanities and local contributors, their special problems and needs. Bernard Gamache. Moxee, producer 12/31102 The commission makes grants to support programs Richard Van Horn, Moxee, producer 12/31/92 that foster public understanding and appreciation of Executive Director: Michelle Aguil~r Richard Clssell, Department of Agriculture, statutory history, literature, ethics, and other humanities fields. In addition to its grant making activities, the WCH INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE APPEALS, (162) HORSE RACING COMMISSION, (155) off.e.r.s, pr.e:..packaged humanifie.s prpgrams such as BOARD OF WASHINGTON exnioits~ films, and speakers to lOCal groups. Capitol Center Building 210 East Union, Suite C, EP-1 t . Consists of twenty-one members:five appointed by 410 West Fifth Avenue, FN-21 Olympia 98504-2311 the governor, serve coexterminus with governor; six- Olympia 98504-3421 206-753-3741 teen elected by the WCH from individuals recorn- 20G-753-6823 mended by the pubfic, serve three-year renewable Regulates and =uperv;ses all moo meets held in the terms. Non-stetutow. Hears and makBs final decisions on industrial insur- e!ate that h~v.e pari-mutuel wagering, ance appeals. Consists ol seven members: three appointed by the Executive DirecIor: Hidde Van Di.~ymConsists of three members appointed by the gover- govern~rwith consent of the senate for six-year terms; Commission Member= Terms Expire nor with coneentof the senate for six-year terms. RCW four nonvoting members, two each from House and Curtis Smelsero KeYeD, gov appr 12/88 51.52 Senate. RCW67.16.012 Alexander C. McGregor. Colfax 12/69 Suscq Cole, Seallle 12/90 AdmiHsval~on/Chief Ex~ut~ve Officer: Marvin ~sen Ex~oJdVe Secretary: Edward "John" Crowley, Jr. Sh~un Higgins, Spokm'=e 12/90 Ex~oJ~ve Se,cmtaty/Chief Review Judge: John Fa~dey Commlsslon Members Term= F.xptre Ruth Baanor ~ Tacoma, gov appt 12/90 kldustdal AppealsChief HeaJ~ng .kJdga: Fred Fell~" Barbara. Black. ~ H~rbor, B,'uce McPh~-t. Spck~, WCH president 12/90 Chic! Me~ation Judge: Lyle race ho~,se brazier 1/12/87 J.T. Stewart, Seaffie 12/90 Board Membem Tsn~s Expire Warren L Chk~n. FedetaJ Way 1117/89 Cindy Zehndar, Beaz'Je 12,'90 SaraT. Harmo~ Olympia, n~.n-bos/tab, cha~ 5/17/91 Ly{e Smith. Grsham 1/1,./91 J~re L Bachatac~. Seaffie 12/9t PhiEp T. Bork. O~fmp~ no~-busl~ess 6/17193 Sea's!or Frar~ Warnke. Aubgrn. ex off'rio Bob Carriket. Spot.arm "12/91 Frank F_ Fennezly. Jr. O~fmp~ nom-~0or ~17/95 TI55120946
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60 STATE AGENCIES INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE MEDICAL (163) ADVISORY COMMITTEE Advises and assists the department of labor and inc~ustries with polio;as affecting medical care and rehabilitation, quali~ control and supervision of medi- cal care, and estabhshes rules and regulations cover- ing disputes between the department and the provid- ers of medical care. Consists of nine members appointed by the Wash- ington state medical assn and osteopathic medical assn. WAC 296-20-01001 INDUSTRIAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (164) ADVISORY BOARD, GOVERNOR'S Organized to prevent industrial iniuries and occupa- tional d seases among the employees in the state and to promote the efficient, safe, healthful, and productive operation o! inclust~ with the state. Funcbons in an adviso~ capacity to the governor. . Consist.s of thin'y-two members appointed by me governor tor two-year terms. Non-statuto~J Board Members Terms Expire Henry W. Bechthofdt, Seattle, labor-mlning 12/31/92 D~ck Backer, Seattle, labor-elec/comm 12/31192 David Bissonnetta, Bellevue t 2/31192 Norman Biec~, Beanie 12/31192 Lee Camardolla, Seattle, regret-Vans 12/31192 Fred R. Catch. Longvlew 12./31/92 John Carter Wails Walls, labor-agriculture 12/31192 Charles Chebu, Mt Vernon, regret.chore/pet t 2J31/92 Jack Clay, Remon, labor.aerospace 12/31192 John W. DeWald Ritzville, regret-agriculture 12/31192 Robert L. Oilgar, C~ympia, labor-consuu¢lion 12/31192 C, Jean Deoley, Seattle, regret-health care 12/31/92 Edward M. Egan, Federal mgmFforest products 12/31192 Michael S. Forbes, Poulsbo. labor-waterfront 12/31192 Monte Gelge~, Spokane, mgmt-cons~'uotlon 12~31/92 Robert Hollingsworth, Ferndate, regret-metal 12/31192 Don Hursey. Tacoma, labor-automotive 12/31/92 G.N. Ki~wood. Spokane, safety engineer 12/31192 Tom Lind, Mount Vernon, labor-toed/Day 12/31/92 Lester Luther, Seattle, regret-aerospace 12/31/92 Gordon R. M~ckay, Bellingham, mgmtomining 12/31/92 Eugene Mancheni, Ode O~cha~ds, laboropub amp 12/'31/92 David H. Mumm, Se,,~lo, labor-food/bov 12/31/92 J~unes R, Novel, Bothell, labor-metal 12/31/92 Paula Ross, Shelton, laboPforest products 12/31/92 Dennis Steiner Seatlle mOral-waterfront opr 12/31/92 K~'in Strand, Seattle, aber-heaJth cam 12/31/92 Jay Thomas, Quincy, regret-food pro<= 12J31/92 David Tullis, Tacoma, mgmt-elec/comm 12/31/92 Edward Tyler, Sea, e, labor-Irons 12/31/92 Sandra D. Vibber, Pullman~ regret-public amp 12/31/92 INFORMATION SERVICES BOARD (165) 1110 SE Jefferson Street, PC. 11 Olympia 98504 206-586-4444 Develops standards, _policies and procedures for the management of state information services. Consists of nine members: seven appointed by the governor and serve at the governor's pleasure; two legislators, one appointed by the senat~ president, one by the house speaker; one member appointed by • the chief justice; director, department of information services serves as nonvoting member. RCW 43.105.032 Board Membem Dennis Cadson, Seattle. pdvata indusW rap C.'Thomas Ccok, Bellevue, private industry rap Joseph Dear, L&I, Olympia, cabinet agency rap M~y Faulk, Licensfr',9. OI.yrnpia, cobfnat agenw rap M. Lyla Jacobs.en, Olympia, noncab~et exec agency rap Len McComb. OFM, Olympla. cabinet agency mp ~ McQuean, Olympia, chief Justice's appo~ltae Senator Ken Modern= Olympia, legislative rap Dr. "Ta~lman Ttask, Seat~e, h~ghor ed rap Natc.y Abraham, D~r-Dept Into Services, ex officio INFORMATION SERVICES, (166) DEPARTMENT OF 1110 SE Jefferson Street, PC-11 ?~nsal)ia g8504 Provides coordinated planning eJ~d man_agement.of state information services. Director is appointed by me governor with consent of the senate and serves at the govemods pleasure. RCW 43.105 Directo~ Nancy Abraham Deputy Dffecto~ Dennis ~= Assis~t Compeer ~ces: Paul Riss~er 7~6288 ~emen~ ~s ~ ~one S~k 7~-0321 P~ing & Poli~ ~si~ N~. S~y 7~04~ Professional Se~s: John And~n 7~-7~0 Tet~mu~ ~ces: L~ ~a~ 7~-~0 INSTITUTE OF APPUED TECHNOLOGY S~ Applied Techo/ogy Canter Board of Directors INSTITUTIONAL INDUSTRIES, BOARD OF DIRECTORS See Correc~onal Industries, Board of Directors INSURANCE ADVISORY EXAMINING (167) BOARD Reviews and advises the insurance commissioner on qualification examinations for insurance agent and broker licenses, Consists of six members appointed by the insur- ance commissioner. RCW 48.17.135 INSURANCE COMMISSIONER, OFFICE OF (168) Insurance Building, AQ-21, Olympia 98504-0321 Invests and reinvests the monies of ~he state's trusl and retirement funds. Consists of fourteen members: three appoinl~d by the governor with consent of the senate for',hree-yeer terms, and eleven by other appointing authoribes. RCW 43.33A.020 Executive Director:. David Weig Board Members Terms Expire G~y Moors. Olympia, PERS, ~c~e 12131190 James Cason, Tacoma. LEOFF rap ~ 2r31 ~g 1 James F. Ryan, Beards 'tPJ31/92 Arlene Helsing, Cheney. SPI appointee Senator Dan MoDona]d Representative Joe King Dan Grimm. State Treasurer, statutory Joseph Dear, Dir, Dept o! L~0or & Industries, sr~Jtory George Northcroft, Dept of Retirement Systems, s~atutory Everett D. Dubois, Bea~e, bo~rd appointee, ex officio Dr. Dorothy Koehl, Tacoma, board appointee, ex Edward R. McMlllan, SeattJe, board appointee, ex offido Robert Nathene, Beards board appointee, ex officio Frank Nolan, Sea,e, board appo rites= ex offic o JOB TRAININ(~ COORDINATING {171) COUNCIL, WASHINGTON STATE c/o EmployTnen! Security Department 212 Maple Park, KG- 1 I, Olympia 98504-53 ~ 1 206-753-7300 206-~3~-4617 The insurance commissioner is responsible fo.r the regiskatJon of insurance companies, issuance of car- Responsible for the oversight and management of a storewide labor market and occupational supply a.nd tifioates to companies seeking to do business in the demand information system, and implementing the state, and overseeing the state insurance code. RCW Federal Job Training Partnership Act of 1982. 48.02.060;48.43 Consists of thirty members from business and Insurance Commissioner: Richard G. (Dtc~) Marquardt dusW, state government, local govemmem, organ- Chief Deputy Commissioner: Dave Rodgers ized labor, and community-based government, Deputy Comm. Company 5upen~ision: Ed Bourbon pointed by the governor. EO 82-22. Deputy Comm. Consumer Pmts¢'~on: Robert Johnson Deputy Comm. Management Beryl.cos: Roger Polzin Depuly Commissioner: June Mumany Director of Public Affairs: Ed Ives INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS, (169) WASHINGTON STATE ADVISORY COMMISSION ON c/o Dept of C.omm.uni.~ .,D,e, velopment NIn~h and Columbia uui/dlng, GH-51 O/ympla 98504 206-586-3666 The commission considers matters of mutual interest to state and local governments pro.poses potential s.o- lutJons to common prob ems in oroer to mprove rela- tions among governments in the state. • Consists of twenty-two members of state and local government end representatives fro.m ~le leglslatu.re, appointed by the governor and serving at the governor's pleasure.EO 82-12 . Commission Mlmb~rs Repre~ntatlve Roy Ferguson, Bellevue Repressntat~ve Mary M. Haugen, Camano Island Senator Bob McCaslln~ Spokane Senator Adle DeJarnel~, Longview L.W. "Les" Efdridge, Olympia, Thurston County cemmis=loner • Brian Senntag, Tacoma, Pierce County dad( John Horsley0 Port O~oh~rd, Kit=ap County commi=Ioner Shir~y Van Za~tan, Bellingham, Whstcom County execuSve John McKibbln, Vancouvar, Clark County commissioner J~hn Ton=, East Wena~ch~, Dougk~ County commi-don~ Jim Lynch, Wenat~ee, mayor Non Han~kson, Comas, mayor AI Ogden, Cbeney, mayor Bob Oversttee~, Eveml~. Evemn dry council Don Davld~on, Bolevue, Be,ewe city council Bob Roegn~0 Aub~n, mayor Michelle Aguilar, Director, Govemoda Office of Indian AfleJra D~recto~, Oept of Rever~e Secretary. DSHS D~rect~'. Dept of Community Development D~rector. OFM INVESTMENT BOARD, STATE 421 South Capitol Way, FR-31 Olympia 98504-3931 206..753-6810 Council Members Terms Explr= Henry Beauchamp, YaRima, comm.based org 12/4/89 Larry Crenahaw, Everett, business 12/4/89 Darrel Elder, Tacoma, I~bor 12/4/89 Tom Garrett, Spokane, business 12/4/89 Earl HaI~, Olympia, state govt 12/4189 Bob Lovin, Vancouver, public 12/MB9 H~old Moss, Tacoma, local govt 12/,uBg Phyllis Puller, Wella Walls, comm-based org ~ 2/,~/69 Jim Tusler, Soaffie, labor 12/4189 Lorintha Warwick Toppenish, public 12/4/89 Rap Maria Cantwe, Olympia, s~ta govl rap 12/4/90 Robert Dilgor, Gig Harbor, local govt 12/41g0 Bill Domamtsky, Sea~e. labor 12/4/g0 • D~. Donald Fowler, KirPJand, Iooa~ ed agency 12/4/g0 Short)4 J. Gunnels, Federal Way, business 12/4/90 D~v~d Heft, Bellevue, business 12/4/9D Senator Eleanor Lee, Seahurst, state govt rep 12/4190 Joseph B. Lille, Davenport, business 12/4/9Q Oc Duane Lowell, Anacortes0 public 12/4/90 Edn Mundinger, Croak, business 12/4190 Harlan Munsinger, IssaqLmh, local govl 12/4/90 Jeanne Schwarlz, Chehalis, local govt 12/4/90 Llnda Shurtliff, Renton, business 12/4/90 Dolores Sibonga, Seattle, Ioc~ govt 12/4/90 Holly Spo~'s, Port Orchard, [nc~l govT 12/4/90 Alan T. Suglyama, Sea,a, comm.based or9 12/4/90 Marian K. Svinth, Seatlta, business 12/4/g0 EHrector/deslgnoc-DTED, state govt 12/4/90 Director/designee-ESD, state govt 12/4/g0 Director/dasingee-DCD, ex officio 12/4/90 Oirector/deslgnee-La.I, ex offido 12/4/90 Senator Bill Smitherrnan SeoretaryoDSHS, daslgnee JUDICIAL CONDUCT, COMMISSION ON (172) PO Box 1817. Olympia 98507 Reviews complaints alleging possible violations of the Code of Judicial Conduct or complaints of disabilities which are per.m .anent or likely' to become permanent. Consists ot e;even members: a judge selected by the court of appeals; a judge selected by the supedor court judges; a judge selected by the dialect court judges; two lawyers selected by the board of gover- nors of the statebar; and six non'lawyers appeint~:t by the governor with consent of the senate. Appointing authority appoints an alternate to each member. RCW 2.64: Washington Constitution. Art. IV, Sac. 3! .ExeoJWe Director:. EsPy" Garner TI55120947
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Commission Members Terms Expire JUDGES HerbariA. Swanson. Sea,e, Court of Appeals 6116/91 Robert J. Doran. O~ympi~,. Superior Court ~/16/02 3"homes to. Kely, Everett. Disulct Court 6/1GF33 Alternate Members John A. Potrich, Tacoma, Court of Appeals 6H6/91 Even Scedine, Ephrata. Superior Court 6/16,'92 Robert E. Graham, Wenatchee, Dis~ct Court 6/16/93 LAWYERS Wesley A. Nuxoll. Coffax 6/16/91 Steven A. Roister, Seattle 6/~6/92 Alternate Members Ne~ J. Hofl, Tacoma 6116/91 Mary Ann Otdnger, Seattle 6/16/92 NON-LAWYERS/CITIZENS Joseph H. Davis, Olympia 6116190 Nancyhelen Fischot, Seattle 6/16/91 Ruth Coltin Schroder, Seattle 6116/92 Santos U, Orlega, Kenn~=wick 6/16/93 Pamela T. Prager, Spokane 6/16/93 Dr. Hal V. Reasby, Mountlake Terrace 6/16/93 Alternate Members Ms Dale Brighlon, Wenatchee 6116/90 Sharon Mast, Bellevue 6/16/91 Todd Whittnck, Longview 6/16/92 K. Collins Sprague, O~ympia 6/16/93 Diane Jones. Marysville 6/16/93 vacant 6/16/93 JUDICIAL COUNCIL (173) Temple of Justice. A V- 11 O/ympia 98504 206.357-2020 Coordinates jud ciary, eg stature and bar association with regards to administrative issues: reports annually togovernor and Io~islature with recommendations on iucficial administralmn. Consists of thirteen members. RCW 2.52.010 Chairman: Justice James M. Dolliver JUDICIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (174) COMMITTEE Coordinates and supervises the development and malntenenco of the Judicial Information System, a program to meet the increasing information needs of the judiciary. " " ~ e" Consists of fifteen members appointed Dy me oni r justice with approval of the supreme court. Legal ~on 87WN2D p. 1124-1 '~ 3'1 JUVENILE DISPOSITIONS (/75) STANDARDS COMMISSION Proposes to the legis ature standards pertaining to terms of confinement for juvenile offenses, and im- poses and collects diversion agreement tines. Consists of nine members: eight &ppolnted by the governor with consent of the senate for three-year terms and one statufo~/member. RCW 13.40.025 Commission M=mb=rs Terms ~xpira Bernard Colligan, Richland, law enf officer 1112/89 Daniel A. DiGuilio Raymond, pub~ic-lnVcon 11/2/69 Sheila Homchlck, Brush Prairie, pub- n'Jcon 11/2/89 James Roper O]~dla, superior courtjudge 11/2/69 Ron Sims SeaUle, county elected leg officio 11/2/89 Connie Crawleyo Seattle, ¢o pros attorney 11/2/90 Robert Cmtchlield, Seattle. publicoinPconcem 11/2/90 Martens Smith. East Wenatchee. juv ct serv 11/2/90 Stan Taylor, Seatde. juv court public defender 11/2/90 Secret~y-DSHS or designee, chairman, statutory JUVENILE JUSTICE ADVISORY (176) COMMITTEE~ GOVERNOR'S Advises the governor on establishing priorities for the grenting o| ledera| juvenile delinquency funds and the improvement of the juvenile system. Consists of no more than thirty-three or less than ill'teen members appointed by the governor for three- ya~r terms. EO 82-21 Committee Members Terms Expire Wm t Jim) Teve~beugho Federal W~y. I~n FL Cl~k~. T~ma. ~lu~.tor eM30/go Ka~een C. Field. Moundake Terrace. at~omey 6/30,'90 StoveeT. t(.em as. Port Ange!es. shedff 6PJ~:30 Ma~ Ann Murphy. Spokane. teres~juveni~e jus~ce, chair tY36/90 Mado Reyna. Moses Lz~:e. urcler 25 years e~30/90 Aben RoLh, Kennew'cP.. business community 6/30/90 Belh E. Taylor. Vancouver, employment 6/30F30 Joseph G.Weis, Sea,e, ac~demla ~ /P~'ianne Connelty, Spokane 6P30/9~ Shan~ Heckz, Bellevue 6/30/91 Grog R. Hubbard, Sea~e 0/'30/91 Rober~ Hunner, Seatlle 6/30/91 Le~ndm V,=rzola, Everett 5/30/91 Gary Wood, Bellingh~m. court admin 5/30/91 Stephen M. B~OWno Yak]rr~ sup court Judge 6/30/92. Wi am Ellis, Aberdeen, police chie! 6/30/92 Diane Oberquell, Olympia 6/30/92 Carmen Rasmussen, Evere~t, youth6/30/92 Kelly Ar~n Ryan, Belliegham, under 25 yea~s 6/30/92 Katherine M. Szabo, Richland 6/30192 Jerome Wasson, DSHS/Juv Rehab Div coex~ w/pos Joyce Hopson, DSHS/Div Child Serv caext w/pea STATE AGENCIES 61 I| h~sin.es ,ca..notates. for licensure or, re~Lstrat~on oisc~pdna~y neenngs; recommends adoption ot rules and regulat~on~ for administrat=on ,of ~e reguta- tory laws. Consists of five members appointed by thegovernor for five.-yesr terms. RCW 1.8.96.040 Board Mmmbar= Tmrms Expire Kay Bridgewater, Longv~ew. public 9/5:90 GIu~ Jean Lawson, T~come,. landsc~:m arch 9/5~9~ Kelth Hellstmm. Spokane, landscape architect 9/5/92 Don Shimono, Kirk~and, landscape architect 9~5z93 Jeanne BaUSch, Spokane, public: 9~6/94 LAW LIBRARY, STATE (181~ Temple of Justice. A V-O2, Olympia 98504 206~3b-7-2146 JUVENILE OFFENDERS, JOINT (177) The -fimary repository for IDeal research materials SELECT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON . ^,~., ~*~* ......... • t*~: ~;,~;,~,~ i~ ~ ~ain~n a basic juvenile counact, child welfare se~icas aS, and - ~;' ~" juvenile mu~ a= raising to ~ndency and tepid- ~'~'~=~'~n~; ~ion of parental dghts. Also reviews pr~dures for ramhies in conflict and ~e altem~ve m~ntlel pray- Dir~tor: ~or~ A. No~d sent pro~ss. Consists of bip~ members se~=~ from ~e houseandsenamjuoici~mm~tt~s.Ch~p~er~8. ~W REPORTS, COMMISSION (182) ON STATE ~w 86 Temple o~ Justice. A V- 11 O/ymp~ 9~5~ JUVENILES, ~N~ERSTA~, COMPACT ON (178) 206-357-2087 Overs~s and aomlnisters me inters~ ~m~= on juv~nites. Adm~nis~ator is app?lnt~ by the governor Publishes and distributes ~e and sewes at the govern~'s pleasure. RCW13.24 state supreme court and ~urt of ap~s. RCW 232.160 AdmlnisVst~: ~rome M. W~son Re~der of Decisions: Ray A. ~BOR AND INDUSTRIES, (179) ~W ~EVISI~p CO~MlSSlON (183) DEPARTMENT OF GengmlAdminis~b~n Bldg, HC-101 ProPose f~cidues ana pro~dures to undertake Olympia 9~ investiga~n of laws; r~mmends tol~isla~re elimi- 2~-753-6341 naeon of laws and encourages the daHfi~on ~nd simptifi~on of W~shi~ton~w. ~e ~pa~ent administers ~e wooers' ¢ompensa- Consist~ of ~i~e~p ~em~rs: ~o appoint~ by ~e 6on program and ~e ~me vlc~ms ~pen~on ~ovemor; tour ~mm me mgisla~m; foura~orneys program. It ~sp ~dmin~s~ se~ sta~tes ml~t~ ~ ~gnated by WA sta~ b~; ~d three s~to~ messrs. wor~l~ ~ and he~, wooer dght to ~ow RCW 1.30.0~ . (h~arooussuostan~),mlnlmum~dun~Idwages, commission Mem~m Terms ~pire ove~me, publi~ wo~ ~n~ ~d_ prov~ling Sue M.~r, E~re~ wages, appmn~shIp pr~rams, ~d fa~ lair A. Ro~rtMen~leaux, Ta~a 7/I~2 con~ctors. ~na~ Kent Pullen, ex I! is responsible for the e.afety inspp, orion of .bull,cling aria construction electrical winng, e~evators, ooilem. pressure vessels, mobile homes, recreational vehicles and factory-assembled housing, It is also respons~le for issuing minor work permits, contractors re~gisl~atJon and!icen, sin, g, joum. ey-te._vet plumber certification jour- ney-raver etectrical eertihcation and licensing, elect- cat installation permits waterfront crane cerlifitation, explosives permits and employer-operated radio sig- nal systems licensing. RCW 43.22; 43.17.020 Director:. Joseph A. Dear 753.6307 Deputy Olrectors: IndusVia] Insurance: Robert L, McC~lliater 753-5173 Policy and Planning: Dorette Markham 753-6308 Assistant Dir~tom: Adm~Istmt~ve ~p~.es; Herb Rogem 753-63~0 Building and Construo~on Safety Inspe~Jon ~,~.rvloes; Joe Brewer 586-6805 Claims: Janet Monks 753-7016 Communicalione: Jim Richards 753-1553 Employer Se~cee: Deug Connell 586-840t Employment S~ndards, Apprenticeship end Crime Vi¢ffms: Mork McOermott 753-~87 Inlorma~n So,tee: Curt Peter=on 753-4970 IndusldeJ S~fety and Heedth: Ainu1 Paja (a¢'~ng) 7&3-6500 Risk Management Services: Kathy I,~mbel 586-3726 Medic~ Director: Gem/Fran~din, MD 586.-1613 Health and Rehabilitation Son,cos: Chuck Hdimquist 5~6-2187 LANDS, COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC See Natural Resources, Department of and Execudve Secdon I.AHD~AP~ AI~H;HITI~G~3~ DOAI~D OF REGISTRATION FOR D~par~n~t o! Ucens_in~/~ Highways.Licenses BuilDing, PB.01 Olyrn#a 98504 206-753-696"/ Sonar' Janlce Nieml, ex officio Representative Jay In.dee. ex officio Representative Chsdes Wolfe. ex LEGAL FOUNDATION OF WASHINGTON BOARD OF TRUSTEES 600 Central But/din9, 810 Third A wnue Sea~e 98104-1612 206-624.2536 Acts as trustees for funds received from lawyers/ pcolod orient interest bearing accoun!s ¢ontmning shotl-term or nominal ~unds, Funds utilized for law- related charitable and ed,,ucat~onal purposes, uons!sts _of nine memeers appointe~:l to three-year • terms. Non-State Agency. Supreme Court: RPO Disci- plinary Rulo 1.14 Executive Director: Barbara C. Cl~rk Board of Tru~toas Torma Expire Trusteea appointed by the Supreme Court: Paul A. BastJne, Spokane 12/31/90 Honorable Rosselle Peketis, Sea~e 12/31/90 J~z~es E. Foam° Jr, Se=z~e 12/31191 Tr',Jsteea i~ppolnted by the Board of Bat Governom: Edward G. Holm, O~ympia 12/3~/90 Frank Hayes Johnson, 5poka~e 12/31/90 Nancy P. Gibbs, Sea~.'~Je 12/31/91 Trustees appointed by the Governor: Bevedy Freeman, Seattle 12/31FJ0 M. M~rgaret MtKeewn. Sea~e 12/31/91 Father Robotic B. Saenz, RoyaJ City 12/31/91 LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE (185) 506 East .16th, KD- 1 I, Olympia 98504-5011 Serves as g.eneral pu.rpose oversig.ht arm of the legis- tatum. Oor~,~-ts pert ..o!ma~." audits, program ations and other studies to improve economy, etlt- c~ency and effectiveness of state agencies and pro- TI55120948
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62 STATE AGENCIES Leg=|stativa Budget Committee continued Commlltee Membsm Consists of SLXtaen mombers: eight from each SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES house of the legislature. ROW 44.28 Rick Bender Fo~rest Baugher Paul Conner Mar;a Cantwell Legislate Auditor: Cheryl Smorn Frank =Tub~ Hansen David Cooper Committee Members Ken Madsen Ru~h F'~her SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES PaVict McMullen P,J. =Jim" Gallagher Scott Barr Joanne Brekko Gary Nelson Shidey Henkins Albert Bauer Steve Furman E.G. "Pat" Patterson Margarita Prentice Marcus Gaspard J. B~uoe Holland George Seller Eugene A. Pdnce Eleanor Lee Gary Locke Leo Thorsnese Sire Wilson Jerry Soling Doug Sayan Peter yon Reichbauer Paul Zellinsky Linda Smith Dick Schoon James West Frank Wamke Jean Silver R. Lorraine Wojahn Helen Sommers LIBRARIES, WASHINGTON STATE (191) ADVISORY COUNCIL ON LIMITED PRACTICES BOARD, 1195~ WASHINGTON STATE Oversees rules governing procodures for certirca'3or= of certain lay persons--those involved in the selection and preparation of documents incidental to property closings--to the limited practice ol law. Consists of nine members appointed by the Su- preme CourL Washington Supreme Cour~ Admission to Practice Rule, 1983. LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1196) WASHINGTON STATE G~pitol Plaza B/dg, 1025 East Union, ES-31 Olpmpia 9B504-2531 206- Z53-6262 LEGISLATIVE ETHICS BOARD, JOINT (186) Advises the state library administrative agency on the Investigates unethical conduct by members of the .development of the state plan and the preparation.of Controls and distributes alcoholic beverages in the legislature and legislative employees. Recommends long-range and annual programs required by tl~e Li- state; functions as both a regulatory board and a appropriate legislation, rules and punishment for brary Services and Construotion Act. .. . business enterprise. unethical cenducL . Consists of twelve members appointed hy the state Consists of three full-time members appointed by Each house appoints eight members including four ierary commission. WAG 304-12-270 the governer with consent of the senate for six-year legislators and four persons not active members of the terms. RGW 66.08.012 legislature who are approved by membership of re- LIBRARY COMMISSION, STATE 1192) Board Members Terms Expire spective houses. ROW 44.60 Washington State Ubraty State Library Building, O~mpia 98504-0111 Robert D. Henndh, Seattle 1/15/91 Paula C. O'Connor, Tacoma 1115193 SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES 206-753-5590 A/lie DeJama~ Peter Brooks Marcus GarpardRuth Fisher Irv Newhouse June Leonard George S'ellar Duane Sommers LEGISLATIVE EVALUATION AND 187) ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM COMMITI'~E 3309 Capitol B/vd, QD-11 Olympia 98504 206-753-5911 Provides the legislature and its staff with information required for In-depth analyses and.monitoring of state agency expenditures, budgets and related fiscal mat- ters. Consists of elght members: Iour from each house of the legislature. ROW 44.48 Has charge and control of the state library and the western library network; makes rules and regulations governing the administration of the state library and the WLN and for distribution of funds of the state library. Consists of five members: four appointed by the governor for four-year terms; one statutory member. ROW 27.04.020 Commisslon Members T~rms Expire Richard K. Stuart, Walls Walla, library trustee W19/g0 Richard E. Ostraflder, YaRIma, librarian 7/19/91 Gregory R. Easton, Seattle, general public 7/19/92 Dorothy Voege, Aberdeen, genera] public 7/19/93 Supt of Publio tnstruction~ chair, stalutory, ex officio LIBRARY, STATE 1193) Mi~e Murphy, Olympia 1115/95 Divisions: Licensing: Lester Dalrympie 753-6259 Enlarcement: Gary Gitbart 566-3052 Manufactures-lmporters- Wholesalem: Jan Britt 586-6701 Public Inlarmadon and Advertising: Carter Mitchell 753-6276 Advortislng: Sherry Frederick 753-6278 Public Records: Ruth Dethlefs 753-6265 Purchasing: Robert Harvey 753-(]255 Personnel; Chades Brendner 753-7445 Financial: Jim Hoing 753-6290 Data Processing: Mike Phillip~ 586-6119 Office Support: Dan ThfeaR ' 753-6275 Stores and Agendas: Richard Foltz (Seattle) 464-6860 Distribution Ctr: Lowell Huobner (sea,de) 464-~076 Administrator: Bob Fitchitt State Library Building, AJ- I I, Committee Members " Olympia 98504-0111 LONG-TER.M CARE C,OMMISSION 1197) SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES 206-753-5590 Created to develop legismfion and recommend admin- Emilio Cantu Jean Marie Brough istrative a=ions necessary t~ achieve Iong-tarm care Marcus Gaspard Alex McLean The state library maintains reference, document and reform. Reports December I, 1990. Dan McDea~ld Art Wang historical colleotions of state materials. In addition, it Consists of eighteen members. Chapter 427. Laws Ken Madsen provides general and specific research services to the 1989 ~TEI~'~ (188) public and various agenoies within the state govern- ment. The librar~ administers the western library net- LOTTERY COMMISSION, WASHINGTON (198) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMII'I'EE work which prowdes computer-based cataloging serv- STATE Manages the information processing and communica- ices throughout the state: it also administers mstitu- c/o Washington State Lo~1ery tions systems of the legislature. 814 Fourth Avenue, PO Box 9770, GE-11 Consists of five members: the secretary of the tional libraries within the state. RCW 27.04.030 Olympia 9850~-9770 senate; one staff person appointed by the secretary;~ State Ubraden: Nancy Zussy 206-753-1412 the chief clerk of the house one staffpersen appointed Deputy State Librarian: Vlcki R. Kreimeyer by the clerk; and the cod~ rev ser. ROW 44.68.020 Division Chiefs: The commission is empowered to adopt rules to: Public Services: Kristy L. Coomes 753-2121 establish and operate a state lottery; set prices ol LEGISLATIVE SYSTEMS, JOINT 1189) Techaica~ SaUces: Rosemary Shold 753-2539 tickets prlzes,frequencyofcentests, mannerandtJme COMMITTEE Ove.rsees the direction of the inl.or.mat!on processing aria communications systems ot the ~egislatura and employs the legislative systems coordinator. Consists of eight members representing both the senate and the house; serve two-year terms. ROW 44.68.020 Committee Members SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES Emilio Cantu Clyde B~llard Jeannette Hayner Jennltar Belcher Mike K~eidler John Betmzoff Lsny Vognlld Joseph King LEGISLATIVE TRANSPORTATION (190) COMMITTEE B-tO, John L. O'Brien Building, AS-33 Olympia 98504-0221 206-786-7311 S~Jdies state policies retated to highways and motor vehicle transportation, state femJ system, public trans- portation, dnver licensing, transportation regulation, transportation appropri=~tion~ ~=nd r~venue~. Co-nsists of twe -nty-three members: eleven senators and twelve representatives. RCW 44.40 S~aff Direc~on Judy Burns Storewide Library Planning and Development: Mary Moore 753-2114 State Agencies Pl~nnlng and Development: Gena BIsmutl 753-3830 Western Library Network Executive Director: RonaJd Miller 459-6518 LICENSING, DEPARTMENT OF HighwaYs-Licenses Building, PB-01 Olympi& 98504-~001 ~06-753-6918 of payments to.winners; and license lottery tickel agents and set their oompensation. The commission apportions gross receipts from ticket sales 45% for prizes, 15% for operational costs and 40% to the general fund. Consists of five members appointed by the governor with consent of the senate for six-year terms. RCW 67.70 Commlaaton Metal:elm Term= Expire juMda~d thChdstophareon, Spokane Lonr,,quist. Searde The department is responsible for li~nsi~.g, setting Barbara Bryant. Redmond standards and enforcing regulations for a,most one Carl M. Poke, Ellensburg hun.tired profession.s andoccupp., ti .on .s within t.he state. Roy M. Kalich, ChohaJis It also administers me motor venicm laws of me state, including driver licensing and control. ROW 46.011 Washington State t.ott~y 43.17.020 Directer: Evelyn Y. Sun Deputy Director: vacant Director:. Ma~ Faulk Assistant Directors: Deputy DE'actor: Kathy Fdedt Finance Division: Roger Wilson Pubti~.,Idfairs: Kim Contds Marketing Division: Derrick Chosen Assistant Directors: Management. S~,ices Division: Shardll Business License Service: Ken Mark Public Information Office~ Richard Pautson lnforma~n Systems: John Foulkos MARINE AND OCEAN RESOURCES, Adminisl~t~ve: John Swanna¢~. JOINT SELECT COMMITI'EE ON Driver Secvicas: Joan Bakd Vehlde Services: Bob Anders~o 8/2/9O 8/2/91 8/2J92 8r2/93 8/2J94 (1~) Re .~ews existing state an.d f~doral law, surve~ys publio ano private information; develops t~meline of pending decisions and makes recommendations to legislature; TI55120949
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regularly r..eports to legislature on planned federal ministration of regulaton] law; administers continuing 1989-9,1 oft-shore oil and gas leasing polic~es. Termi- medical education requirements for continued lie=n- notes ,~une 30, 1994. sum; also examines applicants for registration as Consists of eight members: four each from senate physician's assistant. . ~ end house. SHCR 4407, 1987 Consists of eight members: slx licensee pnysici~ns. one physician's assistnnt and one lay member;, ap- committee Members pointed by the governor for five-year terms. RCW SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES 18.71.015 Nail Amondson Rose Bowman Jack Metc~if Ken Jacobsen Brad Owon Doug Say~ ~ S~edand Sire ~)son ~RINE EMPLOYEES COMMI~ION (200) Evergreen P/aza Buil#ng. F J-t1, Olympia 98504 ~6-586.63~ Adjusts.all c~plalnts, grievances and disputes b~ ~ean tuber and management a~sing out of operation of the fe~ system; pro~des for impasse m~iation; conducts fact-finding and pro~des sab~ s~weys; and provides for the seiec¢~on of impa~al ami~tors. Consists of ~ree members: one each represen~ng (~bor, ipdus~~. ~n~e public ~ppoinmd W the gover- nor with consent ot the senate. RCW 47.64.380 go~rd MambQm ~e~s ~plre Louis O. Stewart Ol~pia, I~bor ~1~91 Donald E. Kokjer, T~, ndusW 6/1~92 Dan E. Boyd, ~a~nbddge ts~and, put,is, ch~r 6/15/93 MASSAGE, STATE BOARD OF (~01) Depa~menr of Health 1112 South Quince. ET-21, ~lympia 98~4 206-586-6351 Examines c~ndi~tes fo~ licensum and registratiqn; re.remands and adopts ~les and regula~ans for the s~inistra~on of the regulato~ law. Consists of five membem ap~inted by ~e govern~ {or ~r~-yem terms. RCW 18,108.020 Board Membem Terms Expire ~hn ~m~dst~(~, Se~, m~ss~oe ~p(st ~/gl Karan Kiessling PulI~, general public 9~/91 Jean S~una, Olympia, m~sage therapist 9~/91 Ka~edne Huff, Gig Hsrber, msss~e practicer Joe ~ley, Spo~ne, massage practitioner 9~193 MEDAL OF MERIT COMMitTeE, STATE (202) Nominates can~dates ~ re~lve ~e s~te m~al of merit for excep~anally meritorious conduct in pe~orm- Ing outs~nding se~ice to ~e people and state of Washington. Consests of the governor, president of the senate, spewer ot the house, and chief jusdce of ~e supreme coud. Meeffi ~nually. RCW 1,40,020 MEDICAL DISCIPLINARY BOARD (203) Department of ~ea/th 1112 So~h Quince, ~-21, ~lympia 985D4 206-7~3-2287 Investigates reviews, ~nducts ~arings on violations of ~e regulatow law; determines disciplinaw or ~r- reel(re action; promulgates miss a~ regula~ons of s~ ~d practi~. Consists of eleven members: brae lay mem~r~ app~nted by, ~e governor for ~o-ye~r terms~ e~ght licensed physicians elected oy their peers. RCW 18.72.040 Board Members Terms Explm ~lli~ M. Forrast, MD, Y~ima, Cone Diet 4 ~0R0 ~chael Sa~nuik, MD, ~te~e, Cone Oi~ B ~0~0 R. Milton Schayes, MD, Bailingham, G, Dist 2 ~0R0 ~ch~d T. Vi~onL MD, ~kon, Co~ ~st 6 ~0 L=~ T. Btice, MD, V~r, ~ng ~st3 Sherman W. D~y, MD, Sea.e, C~ ~=t 7 ~hn W. Huff, MO, Seaffie, Cone D~t I ~0~1 C. ~n Miller. MD, S~k~e, ~ng ~st 5 ~2 J~ Polek, ~, public member MEDICAL ~AMINERS~ BOARD OF (204) 1112 ~Uth ~[nce. ~-2I. ~a Board Member= Terms Explrl Cecile H. Bos~om, Issaquah. general public 4/25/90 Philip Cleveland, MD, Spokane 4/25/gP Robert J. MoSlem,a, MD. Vancouver 4/25/91 Rich~d'P. Bunch, MD, Othello 4/25/92 Emonuel E. M~licffian, Tacoma, physician's ~ss]stant 4/25/92 Barbara S. Schneldman, MD, Seattle 4/25/93 James M. Garrison, Jr, MD, Seallte 4/25/94 Stanley W. Tuell, MD, Tacoma 4/25/94 Examines candidates for I'¢ens|ng or. regis~ation.; recommends and adopts n~tes =rod regulations mr so- STATE AGENCIES 63 I Michael V. Randall, Adlnglon. MBE Ms Lupe Snowden. PascOo WeE Rich~'d WOI~', O~'ymp~a. bus{hess comrnun.-~/ Robert Branscomb, Tacoma, MBE 6,'30'91 WiiEam L. Gonzales. Juar~la, MBE Eleanor D. John,son. Sea~e. MWBE Elizabeth Van Zonneveld. Sea~e. WBE 6r30~'gl Director. Office of Finandal Mana~emenl. ata~Jtor~, Non.Votin~q. Exa~utive Director, Human Rights Commission, Rap, Cnct State Colt=g= & Univetsi{y Presidents. s~atutery Commissioner, Employment Secud~ Dept. statutory Secretary, Dept o! Social and Health Services. statutory SecretBiy, Dept of Transportation, statutow DireCtor, Dept of General AdministraEon. staIutory Director, Dept of Trade & Econ Development, statutory Senator GeorBe Fierning Representative Grace COle MIDWIFERY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (205) MINT COMMISSION, WASHINGTON (209) PO Box 2111, Pasco 9~302 Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ETo21, Olympia 98504 509-547-5538 206.753-4614 Advertises, promotes and carries out research on Washington grown mint. Co[facts and d~sburses funds Advises the department of heal~ on examinations and for its progra .ms. req,uirement.s fbr li~,en,sure; dave, lops and promulgates Consists. m eight member, rs: seven elected by pro- prolesslena] stanaaras, proceaures and educational ducersanooneappointeeey the director, departrnent programs. Consists of seven members: six from the health of agriculture. WAC 16.540 ~hervices are~ ~.nd one public m~mber, appointed by Executive Sectet~ry: R. Kenley Maumr e secretary, aepartment of health for live-year terms. Board M=mbers Terms Expir~ RCW 18,50,040 Gene Batali, Wapato, producer 5-'3~89 MIGRATORY WATERFOWL (206) ART COMMITI'EE Selects designs for waterfowl stamps aTnd markets art work from which.proceeds are used for state water fowl proiects. Consists o.f nine members:, one .appointed by the governor, six oy department ot wildlim, one by d~part- merit ol agriculture, and one by the stets arts commis- sion. RCW 77.08.045 C~mm|ttae Membem Term= Expire Michael Murphy, Olympia, governor's appt 5/10192 MIUTARY DEPARTMENT (207) Cared Murray, TA-20, Tacoma 98430-5000 206-'581-1950 The department is responsible for the overall manage- .m, ent sup_ervls, lon¢ administration .and. stationing of ~. ational ~uar.o units an.o, pers, onne.~ with the state...s.o that they may function effic~enuyin the protection or and property and the preservation of peace, order and pubho safety by order of the governor as commander- m-chief. RCW 38.12 Adjutant Generoi: Major Genera] Gregory P. Bellow Assistant Adjutant General, Army: Colonoi Donald Hagglund Assistant Adjutant General, Air:. Colonel Timothy Lowenberg Bruce Dekker, Wnke Swan, producer 5.'30/90 George H. Coil=y, Jr, Othello, producer, chair 6/30/91 Richard Gilbert, Othello, producer6/30/91 Gap/T, Lobe, Llnd, producer 6/30~91 Scott Fewalt, Prosser, producer 6/30/92 HarP/Vlsser, Sunnyslde, p,,oducer6,/30/92 Max Long, Department of Agriculture, statutory MOTORCYCLE SAFETY EDUCATION (210) ADVISORY BOARD Develops a.voluntary motorcycle education ~'aining progrem; submit report to depar~nent of licensing and legislative transportation committee. Consists of five members: three active in motercyde dding one WSP m.otercyde officer, one public mem- ber; appointed by director, department of licensing for two-year terms, RCW 46.20.520 MUNICIPAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (211) 1051~ NE 38th Place, t~rkland 98033.7926 • 206-827-4334 Assures that dries and towns in Washington are pro- vlded with a comprehensive research and service pro(~ram. _ uonsists or.eighteen members: one appointed by the governor mr a tw~year te ,rTn; four senate mem- bers; four house members: ane nine statutory mem- bers. RCW 43.110.010 counall M=mb=m Terms Expire Chu'ok Clarke, Olympia, gov appt 7,'31191 MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS (208) Senator A,L. "Slim" Rasmussen ENTERPRISES, OFFICE OF Senator Lois Stratton ,406South Water, FK-11, 01ympia 98504 • Sonator LeoThorsne,s 206.753-9693 Senator James West RepresentaWe Roy Ferguson Created to inuease opportunities for participation of Representative Mary Margaret Haugen minority and women's business enterprises (MWBE) ReprasantatJve Le.'ry Phillips in state contracting, Develops plans to assure that RepraeentatJve Jeannette Wood qualified MWBE are provided opportunilles to partici- Nine statutory members pate in state conltactlng; establishes annual goa!s for MWBE participation; d~vstops and maintains a dir ,ec- NATURAL HERITAGE ADVISORY (212) to~ of ca~fied MWBE firms; develops and imple- COUNCIL .m..ents.. a system for n~.nitedng compt!ance.; an.cl, iden~ Advises state agencies about areas suitable for natu- titles Darners .to. squat pa~'ticlpation by minority and rat area registm~on or dedication. women..owneo businesses. Consists of fifteen members appointed by the The dire(;tor is appointed by the governor with commissioner of public lands. RCW 79.70 senate consent. The advisory' cgmmittee consists of Council Members eleven non-voting members, and ten voting memeers: nine appointed by the governor from the pfiw.te sector, Or. Jan Henderson, Olympia Dr. Fay=tie Krause. Seat~e and one statutory member. Members serve tour-year Wil Lawson, Fed=rot Way terms. RCW 39.1 g.040 Dr. Ram/Lydiard, Po~t Angeles Loui.~. NiShl~anl. SeaI~e Dbecto~. Jame~ A~ Modirm Dr. Ben Rl:~he'. Pulman Advisory Commlttl~ M|mbem Tsrms Expire Dorse Sd'tneble, Ellensb~xg Vot~l~J Mimber~ ~'. J~me~ Stroh, ~ympia Dr. Lau~e~ Band, Ken~ick, WeE 6,,'30t89 D~. Kenne~ Swedbe~g, Elensbutg George Kuro~a, SpoOns, MBE TI55120950
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64 STATE AGENCIES NATURAL RESOURCES, BOARD OF (213) o1 noxious weeds. Establishes pglicy r~a~d to management and dispo- Consists of twelve members: five elected by county sit'on of trust land resources; cons~utes board of ap- noxious weed control boar~s and weed districts; six pressers and harbor line commission, appointed by director, department of agriculture, one Cendsts of six statutory members. RCW 43.30.040 appointed by Wa state association of counties. RCW 17.10.030; Chapter 438, Laws 1987 Board Members Booth Gardner, Governor Judith Billings, Superintendent of Public Instruc~on Brian Boyle, Commissioner of Publlc Lands Dean, College Forest Research, University of Washington Dean. College of Agriculture, Washington State University BIll Vaux, Skagit County Commissioner Elected County Official NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF 201 John A. Cherberg Building. QW-21 olympia 98504 206- 753-5327 Executive Director:. Catherine E. Hovanic Board Members Term= Expire Harris Brooks, Royal City, elected 7/26/90 AriSe Clinkenhoard, Okanogan, WA Assn Counties 7/26F:J0 Rona]d L Engeland, Okanog~n, Dir, WSDA 7/26/g0 Gary Pip,r, Pullman, Dir, WSOA 7126/90 Donald Rasmussen, Eatonville, elected 7/26/90 Ben Roche, Jr, Pullman, Dir, WSDA 7/26/90 D~vid Johnson, Quincy, elected 7126/91 Ra~/Fann, Bel~ngham, elected 7/26/92 Read Schuller, Olympia, Dir, WSDA 7/26/92 Walter Win. Wolf, Pomeroy, elected 7/26/92 7126~3 Bill .Brookrason, Olympia, Dir, WSDA The department oversees the effective and efficient Gone Tal~aka, Seattle, Dire WSDA 7/26193 management of the forest and land resources in the state.Thedepartmentincorporatedtbe formerdivision NUCLEAR WASTE ADVISORY COUNCIL (219) of forestry, department of conservation and develop- Provides advice and counsel to the department ot ment, the board of state land commissioners the state ecology on all areas of the r~lioactive waste mana,qe- ment program giving particular attention to maximizing forest board, and the stat~ sustained y e d forest opportunities for public involvement. committee. RCW 43.30 . Consists of nineteen members: elev.en apPointed commissioner of Public Lands: Brian J. Boyle by the governor for two-year terms; eight legislators, supervisor: Art Stearns four from each house. RCW 43.200.050; Chapter $22, Laws 1989 Deputy Supervisor: Pat McEIroy Deputy Supervisor: Laura Eckett Deputy Supervisor: Stan Biles Deputy Supervisor: Edward Price Public Affairs: Tim Boyd . Divisions: Aquadc Lands: Ann Morgan Employee Services: William Lundberg Engineering: Grant Fredricks Finance Services: Don Hanson Fire Conlrol: Ken Hoover Forest Land Management: Harry Anderson Forest Regulation and AssLstance: Arden Olson Geology and Earlh Rescurces: Ray Lasmanls Information Management: Robert Edwards Land and Minerals:.Kenneth Self Land and Water Conservation: John Edwards Real Estate: Don Vogt Timber Sales: Jack Hulsey NATUROPATHIC ADVISORY (215) COMMI'n'EE Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia 98504 206.753-1230 Council Members Term=, Explre Lindy Cater. Spokane 8/31/90 D~. Michael Fox, Richland 8/31/90 Nancy Korb, Vancouver 8/31/90 Harold Ltndberg, Richland 8/31/90 Larry McGaughy, Pasco • 8/31/90 Carolyn A. Adams Holmes, Spokane 8/31/91 Warren A. Bishop, Shelten 8131191 Russell Jim, Toppenlsh 8/31/91 Aaron Ka]z, Seattle 8/31/91 Eugene A. Rosa, Pullman 8/31/91 Michael S. Spranger, Issaquah 8/31/91 Senator Max Benitz Senator Irv NBwhouse Senator Lo~s SUatton Senator AI Williams Represen~tive Louise Miller Fiepresan=tive Holly Myers NURSING ASSISTANT ADVISORY (220) COMMITTEE Dep~rtment of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia 98504 Advises dep _a~nent of health on matters of poli~ affecting nursing homes; reviews and makes recom'. men~tmns on regulations and standards for nursing homes. Consists of eleven members appointed by the governor for four-year terms. RCW 18.51.1oo Council Memb,,rs Terms Expire Ange]ine Brouwer, Lynden, nonprofit nut hm 1.,'24!90 Amy H. Hanson, Edmonds, consnurs home 1/24/90 D. Bumeti McGIocldin, Spokane, CPA 1/24/90 Dorothy Fletcher, Tekoa, nursing home opr 1/24~3t Beth Ha/man, RN, Orang, member WA State Nurses Assn 1/24/gt Norman J. Taylor, Seville, g..eneral public 1/24/9~ Rick Guthrie, Olympia, nursing homo opt 1/24t92. David Munoz, MD, Tacoma. member WA State Mad Assn 1/24/92 Doug OIney. Harrah, gen publicsr citizen rap 1/24/92 Kris F. Bolt, Dos Moines, nursing home opt 1/24/93 Marilyn Tausend, Gig Harbor, genera] public 1,/24/03 NURSING, STATE BOARD OF ~23) Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia 98504 206- 753-~686 Examines applicants for licensing or registration; es- tablishes criteria, standards and curricula for approved nursing schools;investigates violations of the regula. tory law; recommends an.d,adopts rules and regula- tions for administration ot the regulatory law; estab- lishes requirements for continuing nursing education programs. Consists of eight members: seven appointed by the governor for five-year terms; one ex officio member. RGW 18.88.050 Board Members Terms Expire Margaret Auld Bruya, DNSc, Spokane, ed 6,30/90 Edwina Dorsey, RN, Olympia, p~ctitioner 6~30/g0 Janet M. Bredstreet, FiN, Sea,e, practitioner 6/30/92 Geoffrey C. Hedge, RN, Yakima, practitioner 6/30/92 Beverly E. Hofferber, RN, Kent, practitioner 6/30/93 Shells L. Masteller, RN, Spokane, education 6/30/93 Lorraine Overmeyer, DuPont, public member 6/30/93 Secretary, Dept of Health, ex officio OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION COORDINATING COMMITTEE, WASHINGTON STATE 212 Maple Park, KG-11, Olympia 98504 206-438-4803 (2~) Coordinates use and production of occupational infor- mation with vocational program administrators. Advises secretary department of health on matters perlaining to naturopathic licensure. Consists of five members: three licensed nafuropa- the0 two public members; appointed by secretary, cle- partment of health. RCW 18,86A NONRESIDENT VIOLATORS COMPACT (216) Administers provisions of compact which insures that motorists receiving traffic citations compl)' with terms of the citation regardless of the jurisdict=on in which they receive it. • 206-753-2686 Advises secretary department of health on matters Consists of four statutory members. Exists as a pertaining to the registration certification and regula- condition of PL 94-482, 95-524 tion of nursing assistants. Consists of ten members appointed by secretary. Executive Director: A.T. Woodhouse Committee Members department of health. RCW 18.88A.090 - Employment Security Department representative Council for Vocational Education representative NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS, (221) Employment & Training Council representative STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR DSHS/Divislon of Vocational Rehabilitation rap Department of Health 1112 South Quince. ET-21, O~ympia 98504 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PRACTICE, (225) 206-753-4614 BOARD OF Consists of one memberappointed by the governor• ' Department of Health RCW 46.23.010 - Examines candidates for licensing or registration 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia ~8504 conducts investigations on violations of the regulatory .206-753-3132 NORTHWEST INTERSTATE COMPACT (217) law; adopts, recommends rules and regulations for ON LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE administration of the regulatory law. Administers, coordinates and enforces the statutes WASTE MANAGEMENT Consists of ten members: nine appointed by the relating to occupational therapists within the state. Interstate compact for t~e management of low-level governor lot three-year terms; one ex officio member• Consists of six members: four from the occupational radioactive wastes on a continuing basl.s: RCW |8.52.040 therapy profession and one consumer member, ap- Consists of one member appointed by me governor; pointed by the governor four three-year terms; one ex serves at the governor's pleasure. RCW 43.145.020 Board Members Term'= Expire officio member. RCW 18.59.120 Denney Austin, Seattle, nursing home admin 5/28/90 Ten'y Husseman, O~ympia NORTHWEST POWER PLANNING COUNCIL S~e Pacific Northwest E/ec~ic Power and Conservation Plannin9 Council NOXIOUS WEED CONTROL (218) BOARD~ STATE 1313 We#r Mc~l~¢r~t~ ~it~ 11 ~# Kont ~Z Ad'~ses director, department of a~riculture and the legislature on weed control matters; ~nitJates programs to co¢~rol noxious weeds ~n the state; adopts stale list Dr, Thomas Clark, Sumner, heald~ ca~e pmf 5/28/90 Dr. Maria HemandezPeck, health cam ~u~don ~0 Ru~ell T. ~, ~l~we, nura home adm Ted Day, Y~ima, nurs~g home aden ~91 Ellen Ge~n, RN, Me~r I~, he~ ~e pmf Ali~ E. H~ey. V~ley, he~ ~e ~f Ele~ R. Hempl~, ~e= ~i~e elig ~2 J~es Ru~ ~, nursing ~me aden NURSlNO HOME ADVI¢ORY COUNCIL (222) Department of Health 1112South Quince. ET-21. Olymp~ 98504 206- 753-4614 Beard Membsr~ John P. Hatcher, Spokane, eoc therap~s! 12/31/89 John G. lafratl, DuPont, general public 12J31/sg Roberts M• Reardon. Fedora] Way, oca thor 12rj1/90 Tony J. Swanson, Satire WoolSey, ecc thor 12r31~90 Susan M. K~onsnob~e, Seat~e. ccc thor t ~J31/91 Secrat~'3~. Dept of Health. ex officio O~ULARI~T ~-Y,.~MININ(3 (3OMMITrI~E " Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21. Olympia 98504 206-753-3578 Examines cand'~ates for I~ensure. TI55120951
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Guns!sis of three m.embers appointed by the gover- noc_ano..s..e.~n~g~ et t~e governor's pleasure. RCW 18.5b; ~,;~.z4.u~u committee Mambors Tat-ms Exptro John C. E~ckson, Spokane guy pleastXe Robert J. NJcotoff, C~ympta gov pleasure Merdll John Reeh, MD, Seethe gov pleasure oIL_ _A.N..D, ,G....~A~S20 NS ERVA'1"ION (227) To enco, u~ge a.nd p.ro.m, ote the development, produc- tion end uttuzet~on or oil and gas in the state in such e ~anner as to prevent waste of the resource and to protect the environment. Consists of seven members: four appointed by the gove~nor with consent of the senate forfour-yearterms and three statutoi3, members. RCW 78.52,020 committee Membem Terms Explro Hiram H. While, Yakima, res easIern WA 4/16/88 vacant, re= eastern WA 4/16/89 Donald H. Ford, Lacey, res western WA 4/16/90 Simon Martinez, Moxee, ms eastern WA 4/16/91 State Treasurer, statutory Commissibner of Public Lands, statutory Director-Department of Ecology, statutory OPTICIANS EXAMINING (228) COMMITTEE, DISPENSING Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21. Olympia 98504 206-753-3576 Examines candidates for licensure or registration. Consists of four members; three licensed opticians appointed bythegovemor Ior three-year terms; one ex ofhcio member. RCW 18.34.050 Committee Members Term= Expire Lloyd J, Nell, Tacoma. licensed opt~clan 6/30189 John L. Wickman, Federal Way, licoptlcian 6/30/90 Kenneth E. Sweat Spol,~ne, lic opticlan 6/30/91 Secretary, Dept of HealS, ex officio OPTOMETRY BOARD (229) Departmen~t of Health 1112 Soulh Quince, ET-21o Olympia 9B504 206-753-4614 Examines candidates for licansure or registration; holds disciplinary hearings; adopts rules and re~ula- lions to promote safety end protect the public welfare. Consm!s o! seven members: six appointed by the governor for three-year terms; one ex officio member. RCW 18.54.030 Board Momber= Terms Expire Dr. Jeflray Forrey, Redmond, optomeVist 9/18/90 Dr. Dean Hattan, Clark=ton. optometrist 9/16/90 Dr. Renee Dunaway, Silverdale, optometrist 9/16/91 Dr. Gerard M. Gustafson, Milton, optomet~st 9/16/92 OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND (231) SURGERY, BOARD OF Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia 9850~ E06.586-843~ Examines candidates for licensure and registraEon; holds disclplina~7 hearings; adopts standards of pro- fessional condu=: recommends and adopts rules and re~latlons for ad.ministration of the regulatory law. uonsists ot eight members: seven appointei:l by the governor for five-year terms" one ex officio member. RCW 18.57.003 ' Board Members Terms Expire Bruce W. Kuhlmann. DO Centralia 71..~gl Dwight W. William=on, DO, Sunnysido 7]5/91 Gecrge W. Koss, DO, Federa~ Way 7/5/92 John Kosteka, Spokane, general public 715/92 John A. Bennett, DO, Sequim 7/5/94 Wayne Hudson, DO, Auburn 7/5/94 Paul Shelton, DO Federai W~y 7/5/94 Secretan~, Depl o't Health, ex officio OUTDOOR RECREATION, INTERAGENCY COMMITrEE FOR 4800 Capitol Bird, KP-I 1 Olympia 98504.5611 206-753-7140 STATE AGENCIES 65 I I Peter Leipzig. California, a.~po~ted 1992 Richard A. Schwar'z, Idaho, appointed. ~r 1~2 ~e~ R. B~, WA ~pt ~ ~sh~d~, ex o~ ~ M. ~ley, ~o ~pt of Fish & G~e. ~ olfido R~dy Raher, OR ~pt of Fi~ & ~ldble, ex Pear ~ntdelf, CA ~ptof F[sh& Game, ex o~o Ro~d S~.C. Fullenan. Na~on~ ~dne Fishe~es ~ce. ex ~nald W. ~lli~or~, AK ~p¢ of ~sh & Game ~ff Miotke, U,S. Deph of ~¢e Adm~t C~yde E. Robb~s, US C~st Gu=d ~l~=m ShOe, US Rsh ~d W~d~ife 5e~ GW ~om~gh, P~c ~ne Fi~e~es Comm[ss;on PACIFIC MARINE FISHERIES (235) COMMISSION Represents the state within the Pacific Marine Fisher- ies Compact, with Alaska, California, Idaho, Oregon and Washington developing a joint program for fisher- ies protection. Consists of three members: two appointed by the governor with consent of the senate for tour-year terms; and one statutory member. RCW 75.40.040 Executive D~r'~tor;. Guy Thom~rgh WA Commission Meml~r= Terms Expire Robert D. Alverson, Sea, e, fishing industry 6/12/91 Brad Owan, ~hatton, state senator 6/12/91 Director. Dept of Fisheries, chairman, statutory Oversees Storewide Comprehensive Outdoor Rec- PACIFIC NORTHWEST ELECTRIC reation Plan: grants-in-aid to local, state, and non- POWER AND CONSERVATION highway, end off-road vehicle projects. PLANNING COUNCIL Con,~ists of nine members: live appcinted by the (Northwest Power Planning Councll) governor with consent of the =enate for three;year 85~ SWSixth Avenue, Suite 1100 terms, and four statutory members. RqW 43.99.110 Portland OR 97204 Director:, Roberl L. Wilder Division Chiefs: Management Services: Gary Og.den [a ~ Planrdng Services: Gregory W. LOVe Oy Project Services: Larry FaJde|gh Commlttea Memb-r~ Term= Expire Anna B. Cox, Spokane, chair 12/31/89 Joe (3. Jones, Seato 12/31/90 Jea~ia Lorenz, Vancouver 12/31190 J~mes R. Fox, Friday Harbor 12/31/91 Eliot W. Scull, MD, Wanatchee 12/31/91 Commissioner of Public Lands, statutory, ex effldo Director-P~'ks & Recreation Coma, statutory, ex offido Direstor-Dept of Flshe~es, statutory, ex officio Director-Dept of Wildlife, statutory, ex officio PACIFIC FISHERIE~ LEGISLATIVE (233) TASK FORCE Servces as a clearinghouse for in, formation=regardlng fishing in the Pacific Ocean ano reports t~ndings to state legislators and congressional members. Consists o! two senators and two representatives from member states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, and California, HCR 4402, 1988 Washington Member= SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES Patrick McMullan Bob Basich Jack MetceJl $im Wilson Mary R. Robinson, Bellingham, consumer 9/18/92 Dr. Nancy G. Torgetson, Lynnwood, optomeffist 9/18/92 Secmtaryo Depl ol Health. ex otficio PACIFIC FISHERY MANAGEMENT (234) COUNCIL ORGANIZED CRIME ADVISORY BOARD (230) Metro Center, Suite 420 2000 SW First Ave, Portland OR 97201 Advises governor on the activities of organized cdme 503-326-6352 within the state. Co~sists oI fifteen members: five appointed by the governor for two-year terms; four from the senate A .rag[anal body, ~e council's pn.'mary role is to.de- appointed bythe |ieuten~nt g.ovemor; four from the .velo.p,.manitor, an,drevi.sere.~ionalrn_aLl__a~ge.m,.,entp.l.an, e house; and two statutory memoers. RGW 43.43.858 mr ,sl~edes conauoted withm 3 to 200 mi~es ol me • coasts of California, Oregon, and Washington. 9card Member= Terms Expire Consists of eighteen aerobes: thirt~n, vot.i.ng Seth Dawson, Everett, pros attorneynom 7/15/90 members including eight private c~tizens appethtsd by Fr~cis Holman, Copalis Beach, re~ired judge 7/15/90 the U.S. Secre_ta,,y of Commerce for three-year terms Donald Pierce, Btdtingham, police chi~fnom 7/15/90 from lists submitted by eac~ state gov.emor_a~dflv~..ex 7/15/90 officio members; five non-voting memoers, ureated by 7/15/90 the 1976 Megnuson Fishery Conservation and Man- agement Act. Gary Riesen, Wenetohee, pros attomaynom Chides Robbins, Tacoma, sheriffnom Senator Jear~ette Hayner, Wa~|a Wa~la Senator Ken Msdsen, Olympia Senator Pa~t~ck McMullen, Sedm Wooley Senator try Newhouse, Ma~oton Rep~esan~,~ve Dennis Delkvo, Spokane Rel~resanmtJve J~.m Horn. OlyrnpI~ Repras~n~ve Gzuy Locke, Olympia Rel~'esentat~ve Kazan Schr~dt, BaJnbddge ~ . US A~orney-Eastorn ~_'.~.c~ omtuto~, ex o~.~.o US AtlomayoWas~em Dis~'mt, statutory, ex Voting Member= Terme Expire Phi~p Andereon, W,~'~hington, appointed 1990 George "Joe" Easley, Oregon, ap~ntod 1990 Dav~:l N. Danbom, California, appointed t 991 J~rt H~p. Wasl'~,gton, appo/nted. 199~ Jerry L Thomas. California= apBomted 1991 Frank R. Warrens, O~egon, ~oointed 199t 503.222.5161 (800) 222°3355 (Washington, Idaho and t~ntana toll-free) (800) 452°2324 (Oregon toll.free) Administers the Pacific Northwest Ele~r~ Power and Conservation Act, Governors appoint two members with senate con- sent to represent the state; they serve three-year terms or at the pleasure of the governor. RCW 43.52A.030 Executive Director: Edward Sheets Council Members Terms Exldr= WASHINGTON MEMBERS Tom Trulove, Cheney° chairman 1/15/92 R. Ted Bo~nger, Olymp~ 1115/93 IDAHO MEMBERS James Gullet, Boise, vlce chairman t11/92 Robert W. Sa~, Boise 111193 MONTANA MEMBERS John C. Brenden, Helena Pleasure of Governor Start Grace, Helena P~easure of Goverr~r OREGON MEMBERS Angus Duncan, Por'dand 1115/92 Ted Ha~Ieck, .Pordand 1115/93 PARKS AND RECREATION (237) COMMISSION 7150 Cleanwater Lane, KY-11 Olympia 98504.5711 • 206-753-5755 Acquires, develops, maJ~tains a~l operates the state par~s system; the commission is also.responsible, for seashore conservation, bearing ano water salary, scenic dyers, inspection of ski lifts a~d snowmobile safety education. . Consists of seven members appointed by me gov- ernor with consent of the senate for six-year terms. ROW 43.51.020 Director: Jan Tveten Deputy Director. Clove F, Pinnix A~dstant Directors: Adn'~nt=L,a~ve So,ice=: Dennis Sm/th Operations: Lynn Genasd Resources Development: Tom France Chief, Employee Services: Janioe Mgler Commlselon Member= Term= Exldre Glenna S. Ha/I, Seerde 12/31/90 Moyes LL'¢~, Ma=ysvi~e, chair 12/31/90 John L (J~¢k) Shave, Wena~h~e. vice chair 17J31/92 Me|v~n D. Wcx't'nan, Bremerto~. aecret~n~ 12FJ1/92 Dk~c Dixon, Aberdeen 12/31/94 Quee¢',ie Alado. Wap=lo 12;31/94 TI55120952
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36 STATE AGENCIES tENSION POLICY, JOINT (238) COMMITTEE ON -~tudiespension funding issues; develops pension znd fund policies and makes recommendatmns to the egisiature; appoints or removes the state actuary. Consist of sixteen members: eight each from the Senate and the House. ROW 44.44.050 3ommlttae Members SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES Albert Bauer Tom Bdstow Jeannette Hayner Lorraine Hine Stanley Johnson Alex McLean Rey Moore Doug Sayan Gary Nelson Jean Silver Janice Niemi Duane Seminars A.L. "Slim" Rasmussen Helen Seminars Jar~y Sallng PERSONNEL APPEALS BOARD (239) 2828 Capitol Blvd, KK-11, Olympia 98~04 206-5B6-1481 Hears appeals related to personnel matters of state employees. Consists of three members appointed by the gover- nor with consent of the senate for six-year terms. ROW 41.64.010 Execm~ve Secretary: Victoda Sheldon Board Members Terms Expire Jeanne Bailey Wilson, Seattle 7/26/91 Charles Alexander, Tanom~ 7/26/99 Walter E. White, Tumwater 7/26/95 PERSONNEL BOARD, STATE Department of Personnel Dougla~ W. Beemen. Seattle. pharmacist 1/21/93 Dr. Lloyd Y. Young. Spokane. pharmacist 1/21/93 Barbara Vanderkol~ Sea~eo pubic member 1/20/94 PHYSICALTHERAPY, STATE BOARD OF (243) Department of Heahh 1112 South Quince, ET-21, O~,mpia 98504 206.753-3132 Examines and disciplines licensees; adopts rules; establishes continuing education requirements and standards of professional conduct. Consists of six members: four licensed physical therapists and one public member, appointed by the governor for four-year terms; one ex officio member. RGW 18.74.020 Board Members Terms Expire KaThleen M. Hanson, Tacoma, pubic 9/18/90 Christine A. Larsan, Pullman, physical thor 9/18/90 William L. Kelly, Pwallup, phys~cel therapist 9118,/91 Patricia Van Wagner. Seattle. physical thor 9118/93 Secretary, Depr of Health. ex olflc~o PHYSICIANS PROGRAM COMMITTEE, (244) IMPAIRED Identities impaired physicians, intervenes in cases of verified impairment, and provides treatment and pest- treatment. Composed of physicians with expertise in areas of ~.lcohelism, drug abuse or mental illness. Chapter 416, Laws 87 PILOTAGE COMMISSIONERS, (245) BOARD OF 801 Alaskan Way, Pier 52, Seattle 98104-1487 206-464-7818 521 Capitol Way S., FE-11, PO Box 1789 Olympia 98507-1789 Examines and licenses qualified pilots for vessels 206-753-5368 operating on the inland waterways of the state, fixes pdotaga rates, and adopts and publishes rules and Governs the state merit system of publio employment, regulations. The board may also take disciplinary Consists of three members appointed by the gover- action against any vessel owner or master relusing to nor with consent of the senate for six-year terms. ROW comply with its rules. 41.06.110 Consists of seven members: six appointed by the Board Members " Terms Explre governor with consent of the senate for four-year Thomas M. Burns, Seaffie 114/91 terms; one statutory member. ROW 88,16.010 R~chard C. Kelley, Seattle 114/93 Commissioners Terms Expire BeW W~ods0 Edmonds 1/4/95 Chester RP.hmond. Jr, Balnbridge Is, public 12/26/89 Captain M.R. Flavel, Aberdeen. licensed pilot 12/26/91 PERSONNEL, DEPARTMENT OF (24 I) Burr A. Shearer. Seattle. American shipping 12/26/91 • 521Capitol Way S., FE-11, POBox1789 w.P. (Bill) Ellis, Sea~Je, foreign shipping 12/26/92 Olympi~ 98507-1789 Capt. Michael T. Gavin, Edmonds, lic pilot 12/26/92 206.7~3.5368 Amigo Sorlano, Seanle. public 12/26/9Z Asst Sac-Marine DivlDept of Trans° chair, statutory Thedepartment establishes and maintains a system of personne! .administration which in.d.udes the. admini- PLUMBERS, STATE ADVISORY (246) stratJon of the state civil service and the centrat person- BOAR D OF nel payroll system, ROW 41.06 Director: Dr. Dee W. Henderson 753.5368 Division Heads: Administration: Julia Graham 753-~406 Operations: Mille Welsh 753-5623 Standards and Surveys: Robert Boyeen 753-5377 Employee Development & Training: Doug Tanabe 586-1341 Personnel Inlormat~on Systems: John Long 459-6610 Affirmative Action: Russell Scott 586-5314 Lsbor Relations: Marilyn Glenn 753-5699 Washington Wellness: Doug Spohn 586-8238 PHARMACY, STATE BOARD OF (24~ Advises the department of labor and industries on standards for journeymen p.lumbers; hears appeals related to revocation of certification. Cpnsists of three members appointed by the gover- nor rot three-year terms. ROW 18.106.110 Board Membem Terms Expire Roberts F. GImn. Searde. Journeyman plumber 7/16/89 Paul W. Grace. Bellevue. public 7/16/90 Brian Gan,,ey. Seattle, plumbing business 7/16/92 PODIATRY BOARD, STATE (247) Departmeht of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21, O~mpia 98504 206-586-8438 POLLUTION CONTROL HEARINGS BOARD 4224 Sixth Ave SE, PY-21 O~ympia 98504-8911 ~-6327 An inde.p~., ndant quasi-judidal agency wh!ch hears and dec=des appeals from decisions and oroers of the department of ecology and air pollution control boards or authorities. Consists of three members appointed by the gover- nor with consent of the senate for six-year terms. RCW 43.218.020 Board Members Terms Expire Philip W. Dufford. Believue 6tao/9o Judith A. Bender. Seattle 6/30/92 Hal Zimmerman, Comas 6='30194 POLLUTION LIABILITY (2,~9) REINSURANCE AGENCY 1015 - lOth Ave SE, EN-12, Olympia 98504 206-586-5997 Provides discounted reinsurance to an insurance company or risk retention group that has been se- lected by the agency ad.ministrator to sell pollution insurance to owners one operators of underground petroleum storage tanks. Chapter 383, Laws 1989 Administrator: James M. Sims POLLUTION LIABIUTY REINSURANCE (250) PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMI'I-rEE c/o Pollution Liability Reinsurance Agency 1015 - 10th Ave SE, EN-12, Olympia 98504 206-586-5997 Provides technical assistance and advice to the ad- ministrator of the pollution liability reinsurance agency. Consists often members appointed by the governor and serving at his pleasure. Chapter 383. Laws 1989 Committee Members William H. Chapman, Seatde, =~torney, mbrWA St Bar Lionel C. Greenwood, Spo~,~ne, insurance industry rap Tom Hamilton, Olympia, ell marketers rep Forest C. Kelsey, Montesano, public member Kathlsan Niesen, Balle~Je, business/industry rap Peter ~mstead Grandview, agriculture rap Frederick T. Wilmeth, Stailaceom, ocal government rap Bruce S. Wishan Otympla, environmental communily rap Joe Wondrack, Td CITies, oil d suibu~ors rap POTATO COMMISSION, WASHINGTON STATE 108 Interlake Road, Moses Lake 98837 509.765-8845 (251} Advertises, promotes and develops grades and stan- dards along with the determination of unfair trade practice for the state potato in.dustry. Consists of fourteen memeers: nine ele~led by producers, four appointed by elected members and one appointed by the director, deparlment of agricul- ture. RCW 15.66;WAC. 16.516 Admlnis~'ator: Henry Michael Board Members Terms Expire Ed Ker, Quincy, appointed-at largo 6/30/89 Walter LePage, Passe, appolnted-et large 6/30/89 T, Nail Gwyn, Moses Lake, producer 6/30/90 Leonard Hanses, Passe, producer 6/30/90 Milton "Bud" Mercer. Jr., Presser, producer 6/30190 319 East Seventh Ave, WEA BuiTding, FF-21 Kevin J. Bouchey, Toppenish. produc~ S/30/gt Olympia 98504-3121 Examines candidates for tioensure or registration; PauickCannora, Wagata, appointed-at large ~30/91 206.753.6534 , conducts investigations on charges of malpractice, M~urice Johnson, Quincy. producer 6~0/91 unsafe conditions or unprofessional conduct; con- Dave Long, O~hello. appointed.at large 6/30/91 Establishes policy tot the practice of pharmacy inciud- ducts dise~ptin~y hearings; recommends and adopts Rudy Sterner. Quincy, producer £~30/91 ing licensing, disciplinary headngs and enforcement of rules and regulations to promote safety, protection and Roger Jungqu~st, Mount Vernon, producer 6130192 laws pertaining to legal drugs; and for the licensing for welfare of the pubfio. Risk Miller, Othello, Woducer 6/30/92 manufacture and sale of poisons. Consists of six members: four licensed podiatrists Renald Relmann, Passe. producer 6/30/92 Consists of seven members appointed by the gov- ~and one public member, appointed by the governor for W,,Iter Swanson. Dept of Agriculture, statutory, ex stride rive-year terms; one ex offic~o member. ROW PRACTICAL NURSING, BOARD OF (252) emor with consent o| the senate for four-year terms. 18.22.013 RCW 18.64.001 Department of Health I=xecudw Secret=~: Donald H. Wil;=ms Board MamMm Terms Expire 1112 South Quince, ET-21, O/,vmpla 98504 Boa~d Mumbar= Terms ~xp|re Norton J. ,~c~leslnoer. DPM. Yax~ma O/'Z~/OS 20~-7~9-2807 Donald Vo Hobbs, Passe, pharmacL~t 1119/91 Ireda Grohs. Ketso. pubtic 6/23,'90 Mauraen E. Sandisan, Po~tA~getes, pharmac~st'L/19/91 Charles Walle~, DPM, Moses La~e 6/23/91 Examines c~ndidates tot l~,ensum or mgistra~on; JoyceGillie.Olymp~a.publicmembar 1/18/92 KeonethLCox, DPM, Sea/lle 6'23/92 ¢onduots d~sc~pl~na~j, hearings and appeals; deter- Josep,h M. Honda, Bethel, ph=Tnacist 1118/92 Toshifumi Salgo, DPM. Bellevue 5t23,'93 mines and formulates a courts of instruction for prac- Searetary. Dep~ of He=dth, ex off'sis tical nurses. TI55120953
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I Con sists of six members: two registered nurses; two ~cansed pr.a, ctical nurses.tend one puT, it member, pointed by me governor mr five-year terms, and one ex of~do member. ROW 18.78.020 Board Members Terms Exp|rs Marie Ivy, RN, Ya~ma. LPNs supen~sor 9/18/90 I~ane L. Bemheine, LPN, Spokane, LPN 9/tS~J1 Joann K. Llnville, RN, Bellingham, instr LPN 9/18/92 VaJeita A. Mukai. Tacoma, LPN 9/18/93 PRINTING, DEPARTMENT OF State Modular Building. MB-19 Tumwater 98502-6019 206-753-6820 David Gossett, Mountl;d(e Terrace. public Albed B. Paige, PhD, Se~le Kesten B. Solberg, Eo'D, Ellensburg Dr. Roger Sauer, Dr. NP-.t~as Willz, Lynnwood Dr. Ellen Harvey McAtee. Seatde Dr. Kathleen O'Shaunessy, C~ymp~ Secretary, Dept of Health, ex officio PUBLIC DEPOSIT PROTECTION COMMISSION Office of the State Treasurer General Adminis~radon Buildlng, AX-03 Olympia 98504-0423 205-753-7577 The department provides complete professional print- Protects from loss of public deposits in qualified de- lng services to agencies of the state government. It .positories; aIpprnvea .depositores; monitors public ~lso maintains and operates a system of copy/printing oeposit leveJs; monitors sufficiency of co lateral centers in various state installations throughout the pledged to secure public deposits; provides regule- government complex in Olympia. RCW 43.78.010 tions to-administer statutory requirements. Consists of t~ree statutory members. RCW 39.58 PUBLIC WORKS BOARD Public Pdnter: Leland Blankanship pRISON TERMS AND PABOLES, BOARD OF See Indeterminate Sentencing Review Board PRODUCTIVITY BOARD (254) Legislative Building. AS-22. Olympia'98504 206-753-3174 Administers the employee suggestion program and reviews applications for incentive pay for state employ- ees. Consists of eight to ten members: three appointed by the governor; one app'o[nted by the lieutenant governor; one appointed by the speaker of the house and five statutory members. RCW 41.60.010 Program Administrator:. Carolyn W. Smith Bosrd Members Terms Expire George Masten, Olympla, house appt 10/31/88 Koran Place, Seaffie, employee ore rap 10/31/39 Dale Boose, Sea~o, It gov appt 10/~1/90 Dave Hogan, Olympia 10/31/91 Te~ Tealo, Olympia, higher ed rap 10/31/91 Ralph Munro, Secretary of State, chair, statutory Wandy Hoiden, Director, Dept Gen Admln, statutory Julia Graham, Dir/designee, Dept Personnel, statutory Directur/designee, OFM, statutory Cadton Peak, Dir/designee, Higher Ed Per Bd, stazutoP/ PROFESSIONAL ATHLETIC COMMISSION, (255) STATE 2626 - 12th Court SW, #2, GT-17 Olympia 98504 206-753-3713 Regulates professional boxing, wrestling, karate, sumo and jude events; licenses all participants in events collects a 5% gross revenue tax on all events including closed circuit telecasts on boxing; denies or evokes licenses; adopts rules and regulations for the interest and safety of participants and fans. Inspects each event for compliance with rules, regulations and laws. Also regulates live, closed circuit telecasts of events viewedin state. (Formerly the boxing commis- sion) Consists of three members appointed by the gover- nor for four-year terms. RCW 67.08,001 Commission Member= Terms Expire J~rnes L. Rondeau. Camano Island 1/31/g0 Stan Neccarato, Tacoma 1/31~91 Eddie Cotmn, Jr, Sea~a 1/31~g2 PSYCHOLOGY, EXAMINING BOARD OF (256) Department of Health 1112 South Quince, ET-21. Olympia 98504 206- 753-3095 Examines candidates for Iicensure; authorized to deny, revoke or suspend, or res~ct licenses for speci- lied conduct, Consists of ten members: seven psychologists end ~o put:>ti¢ members, appointed by the governor for ~ve-year terms; one ex officio member. RCW 18.83.030 Bozzd Member= Terms Expire W~ette F. Cheatam, ¥~kima, pubE¢ 1/6/89 Ka.~een Worsley, PhD, Yak~ma 1/6~9 Administrator: Particle Richards Commission Members Booth Gardner, Governor Joel Pritchard, Usutenant Governor Daniel K. Grimm, State Treasurer, chair STATE AGENCIES 67 1/6/90 Deputy Supenntendent: Doyle Winter 753-1880 1/6/90 Administrative AssI: Warren B"-~,on 753-6701 1Fo/90 Adrninls~radve Ass~stan.'s foc 1.6/93 PU~i~/, Researctz & 1/6/93 Planning: Kathleen Ra'.o 753-0793 1~6/g4 GovernmentaJ UaJson: Don Johnson 586-6906 1/6/94 Budget Development: Terry M~halso n 586.6906 Media & Pubfio Relations: Rlcatdo Sanchez 753-6725 (257) Service Unit Adminisuazors: School Business Services: Dr. David L. Moberly 753-6742 Curriculum, InstnJctlonal Support & Special Education Programs; Bridget L, Cullerton 586-6394 Vocational Education, Student/Community Services: Janet L. Cadson 753-1066 PUBLIC LANDS. COMMISSIONER OF See Nature/Resources, Depa~ment of and Executive Branch (~ ~ ) c/o Department of Community Development Ninth and Columbia Building, OH-51 Olympia 98504-415 206-586-0663 Administers public works assistance lund~. Makes loans to various forms o! local government for public PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION (258) works projects. 403 Evergreen Plaza, FJ-42 Olympia g8504-3342 Consists of thirteen members representing different 206-753-1111; FAX #: 206-753.1112 local governments appointed by the governor for four- year terms." RCW 43.155.030 Administers and enforces Washington State Open Board Members Terms Expire Government Act. Consists of five members appointed by the governor Robert Anderson, Seattle, public finance 6/30/91 Joe Gavlnski, Moses Lake. with consent of the senate for five-year terms. ROW Assn WA Cities nom 6/30,,gl 42.17.350 Doreen Marchicne, Redmond. Executive Dim=or: Graham E. Johnson Assn WA Ckles nee Assistant Director: David R. Clark Margara( McGreevy, Colfaxo elec ¢o leg o~ciEd 6/30191 Research Director: Paul Gillie Allan F. Osberg, SeauJe, public 6/30/9t Information Services Director: Vidd L. Man= Paul Blanchard, Easl Wenatchee. water dist nora 6/30/93 Don Gonzales, Woodinville, public 6/30/93 Commlsslon Members Terms Expire John Horsley, Poulsbo. elec co leg official 6/30/93 Ruth Beck, EHympla 12/31/90 Ken Kukuk, Clerkstan, PUD nee 6/30193 Bruce A, Wilson, Oma~, chair 12/31/91 Terry J. Matalich. Seattle, sewer dist nee 6/30193 Gene Struthers, Walls Walls, vlce ¢halr 12/31/g2 Mel Tanasse, Moxee, Assn WA Cities hem 6/30/93 Douglas L. True, Seanlo, secretary 12/31/93 Jerry Weed, Everen, public works manager 6/30/93 Alma Misako Kimura. Seattle 12/31/94 William Wright. Spokane, pubIIc 6130193 PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS (259) PUGET SOUND WATER QUALITY (262) COMMISSION 603 Evergreen Plaza, FJ-61 . AUTHORITY Olympia 98504-3361 217 Pine Street, Suite 1100, Seattle 98101 206-753-0444 206-464.7320 Responsible !or preparing and adopting, by ruts, the Provides uniform and impartial seffiement of public Puget Souno water quality management plan and employee-employer disputes, submit0ng it to the 9overnor and legislature and pr~- Consists of three members appointed by the gover- paring upda~d versions in 1989 and 1991. nor with consent of the senate for five-year terms. Consists of seven part-time members appointed by RCW 41,58.010 the governor with consent of the senate for four-year Executive Directuri Marvin L. Schurke terms. RCW 90.70 Commission Members Terms Expire Janet L, Gaunt, Sea~e 9/8/90 Executive Director; Katherine Fletcher Mark C. Endresan, Seattle 9/8/93 Deputy Director: Nancy McKay Director, Planning & Compliance: Bill Luria Joseph F. Qulnn, Tacoma 918/94 Director, Public Outreach, Nancy Md<ay Public Inlermadon Officer: Joyce Nichols PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, (260) Authority Members Terms Expire SUPERINTENDENT OF Katherine Fletcher, SeattJe chair governor's pleasure Old Capitol Building, FG-11 Ma~jorie Redman, Poulsbo, tst Cone District 7/5191 Olympia 98504-3211 Michael R. Thcxp, Federal Way, 8th Cone Dist WS/gt 206-753-6738 Dr Shed Teen, Tacema, 6th Cone Disffict W~/92 Terry Williams, Marysville, 2nd Cone D~sbicl 71S/92 The office functions as the administrative department Los Eldddge. ~ympla, 3rd Cane Dis~ict 7/S/93 of education for the state and is responsible for super- Hugh Spitzer. Seatde, 7th Cone Dis~ct 7/5/93 vising the general management, operation, and regu- Bdan Boyle. Commissioner of Public Lands. statuto~ lotion of the conduct and course of study for the state's Chris Gregoire, Director, Deptct Ecology, statutory public school system. The office is organized into three service units which offer support programs to the RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS (263) various school districts throughout the state. They are: TRANSPORTATION COMMITrEE, school business services, curriculum, instnJc~Jonal PACIFIC STATES support and special education programs and vote- Develops model regulatory standards to coord/nate Eonal education, studen~oommunity services. ArtJcia the routing and inspection of shipments of radioactive Ill. Section 22 of t~e Washington ~tate Constitution- material develops means to coordinate emergency RCW 28A.03 ' response regionally. Governor appoints state's desig- nee who serves at the governor's pleasure. Chapter Supe~ntende~t 90. L~ws 87 of Pub&= InsL.uCt~Or~ Jud~ A. Billings Execuliv~ Asdstar¢ John Pope 586-6904 Richard H. Wa~'~. ~ympia TI55120954
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68 STATE AGENCIES RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY (264) Commtna= M=mhars ADVISORY OOMMITrEE, STATE Att~,rney Gener=d Department of Health St~a Au~to~ 1112 South Quince, ET-21. O~ympia 98504 Sate ArchiVal 206-753-3129 Director, Olfice ot Rnandal Management Advises secretary department of health on certifies- RESPIRATORY CARE (270) lion and training of radiologisy technologists. ADVISORY COMMITTEE Consists ot seven members: three radiologi¢ each- Department ot Health nologists, two public members, and two radiologists; 1112 South Quince, ET-21o Olympia 98504 appointed by secretary, department of health for (our- 206-753-3132 year terms. RCW 18.84.060 Advises the secretary, department of health on the RASPBERRY COMMISSION, (265) licensing, training and regulation of respiratory care practitioners. WASHINGTON RED 1333 Lincoln Street, #182, Be//ingham 98226 206-671-1437 Develops advertising and marketing programs; re- search and public information projects relating to the raspberry industry in Washington. Collects and dis- burses assessments to carry out its programs. Consists of eight members: seven elected by pro- ducers and one appointed by the director, departrnent of agriculture. WAC 16.561 Manager: Anne E. Metzgar Board Members Terms Expire Randy Kra0ht. Bellingham. producer 9/1/90 George Tsugawa, Woodland. producer 9/1/90 GeraJd Beckman, Puyailup, producer 9/1/91 • Bryan 5akuma, Budlngton, producer 9/1/91 Richard Carkner, Tacoma, producer 9'1/92 Frank DeVdes, Lyndan, producer 9/1/92 Marlin Mabe~PJ, Lynden0 produ.car 9"1/92 Brant Hainemann0 Department of Agriculture, statutory REAL ESTATE COMMISSION (266) Department of Ucensing Highways-Licenses Building, PB-01 Olympia 98504..8001 206-753-6974 Examines and licenses real estate brokers and sales- persons; holds educational conferencas and admini- sters examinations once a month at twelve locations throughout the state, Consists of seven members: six appointed by the ~ovemor for six-year terms, and one statutory mem- er. RCW 18.85.071 Commlsslon Members Teens Explre Alan M. Tonnon, Bellevue 8/14/90 Billie Hoglund, Sequim 8/14/91 Luis M. Rivem, Seattle 8/14192 Pare Aylmer, Yakima 8/I 4/93 B. Oayle Colltson, Tacoma 8/1"4/94 AJvin J. Wolff, Jr, Spokane 8/14195 Dlrector-DeparLmant of Licensing, chair, st~t'utury RECIPROCITY COMMISSION, (267) WASHINGTON Negotiates agreements with other jurisdictions grant- ing reciprocal benefits and privileges to motor ve- hicles; enters into multistate agreements coving pro- po~onal licensing of interstate motor carriers. Consists of five statutory members. RCW 46.85.030 Commlsslon Membem Director-Dope of Licensing or designee, statutory Chie|-WSP or designee, statutory Stale Transportation Commission appointee, statutory Chair, Legislative Transportation Commi~ee, statutory Vice.Chair, Legislative Transportation Comm, statutory RECORDS COMMITTEE, LOCAL (268.~ Reviews and app,'eves retention schedules for pubhc records submitted by agencies of local government. Consists of three statutory members. RCW 40.14.070 Committee Member= Attorney General State Auditor S1~e Archivist RECORDS COMMITTEE. STATE (269) Reviews. approves= modifies or d~sapproves recom- mendations on the retention and dispos~on of public records of state agencies. Consists of tour statutory members. RCW 40.14.0~0 Consists of five members: three licensed in resplra- tory care; one licensed physician, one public member; appointed by secretary, department of health. RCW 18.89.070 RETIREMENT SYSTEMS ADVISORY (271) COMMITTEE Advises the director of retirement systems on matters relatingto the retirement of public .employees teach- ers, school administrators, aw entorcement officers, fire fighters, state patrol members, and justices and jud as. ~onsists of twelve members appointed by the gov- ernor for three-year terms. R(3W 41.50.032 Committee Mambe~ Terms Expire Louis G. DeWaele, Auburn, active PERS 7/14190 Judge Robe~ Doran, O~ympla, J-diclal Ret Sys 7/14/90 Edward D. Loughrey, Tacoma, active LEOFFlaw 7/14/90 Ms Jessie M. Schreeder, Shelton, reded TR.S 7114/90 Mildred E. Cole, Olympia, retired PERS 7/14/91 Dale T. Mitchell, Puyailup, antive TRsedmin 7/14/91 Ron Morehouse. Bailingham, active LEOFFfire 7/14191 Michael G. Watson, Olympia, active PERS 7/14/91 James Carroll, Contrails, active TRS 7114/92 John D. Richmond, Seatlle, retired LEOFF 7/14/92 Laralne Volkman, Seattle, active PERS 7/14/92 SgL Robert J. Wheeler, Olympia, WSP 7/14/92 RETIREMENT SYSTEMS, (272) DEPARTMENT OF Capitol Plaza Building, 1025 Easl Union, ES-11 Olympia 98504-2511 206-753-5283 The department administers the major retirement funds covering public employees in the state. These include the Washington public employees' retirement system, teachers' retirement system, law enforcement officers' and fire fighters' retirement system, and the Washington state patrol retirement system. RCW 41.50; 43.17.020 Director: George E, No~lhc~oft 586.5281 Internal Auditor:. Jack Bryant 753.3108 Assistant Director, Operations: Maureen Westgard 753-5282 Public Employees' Retirement System: Margaret Wimmer 753.5290 .Teaohers' Retirement System: Margaret Wlmmer 753.5290 Law Enforcement Officers' & Firsfighters' Retirement System: Leah Wilson "753.207~; Membership: Geary Sallee 753-3109 Member Communications: Ann Risdon 586-0040 Assistant Director, Admin Services: Dion Fisher 753-5281 Comptroller: Phil Bro¢~ 753-5286 Personnel: Shirley Legg (~¢ting) 753-0342 Word Processing: Judy Mullinax 753-7424 Files and Records: Kid( Darning 753.3115 Assistant Director, intormat~an Services: Bob D=ling 753-3109 Compu,=er Operations: Greg Squires 753.2220 User Suppor~: Phyllis Roberts 753-8~95 REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF General Administration Bui/dio9, AX-02 Olympia 98504-0090 206-753-5540 Toll Free to: Taxpayer Information and Education Section 7-7706 (in-state calls) 1o800.233.b'349 (out.of-stale calls) The department has a broad range of respons~it~ties in the ar~a of taxation and revenue collection. These include collection of state Revenue Act taxes and local sa~es taxes, supervision of local property assessment and levying of property taxes,_ le~=ng state property tax for schools, assessment of utilities, collecting bm- bet taxes, collecting inheritance/estate taxes and maP3ng recommendations to the ~ovemor for changes in the tax law.'l~e director is appointed by the governor with senate consent RCW 82.01; 43.17.020 Director: Dennis I. Okamoto 753.£$74 A~omey General: Lelend Johnson "~53-5528 Forecast Coundl: Chang Mcok Sohn 753-2061 Deputy Director, Operations: vacant Assistant Director Taxpayer Services/ Operations: Juli Daniel 753-95t 6 Compliance: Roger Dedd 753-1610 Audit: Ken Capek. 753-3320 Taxpayer Account Admin: Sharon Brown 753-555t Property T~: Will Rice 753-5503 Miscellaneous Tax & Unclaimed Property: Gary O'Nell 753-99S0 Forest Tax: John Conklin 753-2871 Taxpayer Inlormation and Education: Ron Rosonbleom 753-3995 Public Affairs: Jerry PugneaJ ~]6-5408 Deputy Director, Tax Policy and AdminisUation: Sandi Swarthoul 586-3452 Financial and Support Services: Mary Ostby 753-5922 Research and Planning: Donn Sms(Iwood 996-3505 ln~rpretatlon and Appeals: Ed Faker 7.r:~3-5579 Informa~n Systems: Darrel Rifle 753-2509 Governmental Affairs: Russ BnJbaker 586-0257 Employee Services: Jim Flynn 753-5527 RIGHT-TO-KNOW ADVISORY COUNCIL (27,4) Advises director, departmen! of labor and indus tries o n implementation of the wor~.er ,right-to-know program. Consists of seventeen memoers: sixteen members from tim areas of industry, business, agriculture, health and salary, and academia; appointed by direc- tor department of labor and industnes who serves as nonvoting ex off cio member and char. RCW 49.70 SALARIES FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS, (275) WASHINGTON CI.TtZENS" COMMISSION ON Studies the relationship of salaries to the duties of members of the legislature, elected executives, state and district court judges. Fixes the salaries of these positions. Consists of fifteen members: eight, one from each of the state's congressional districts, selected by lot by the secret,~'y ot state from ~e state's registered vote ere; and seven selected by the legislature, must have a background in pers.onnel i.ssues. Serve tour-year terms. (Aconstitut=ona~ amendment approved by state voters in the general eleoti.on held November 4, 1986) Article 29, Section 1. Washington State Constitution; RCW 43.03.300-310 Commission Membe~ Terma Explro Arlene F. Alexander. Sunnyside, Cone Diet 4 2/15/91 Verona M. Conners. Spokane. Ceng Dist 5 2/15/91 Rev. Bernard Coughlin, Spokane. prlv high ed 2/15/91 • Sherry deAvena, Bellevue 2/15/91 Shzu'on M. Engel, Spanaway, Ceng Diet 9 2/15/91 Gary W. FredY~kson, Evaretr, Cone Dist 2 2/15/91 Nancy P, Gibbs, Seattle, legal 2/15/91 Cien E. McCalmon, Lynnwood, Cone DIet 1 2/t 5/91 Thomas McCarlhy, Bellevue, St Per Bd 2/15/91 Jean L. Muir, Seat'Je, prof personnel mgmt 2/15/91 Mildred A. Ometlas, Camas, Cone Dialect 3 2/15/91 Nancy J. Parker. Tacoma, Cong District 6 2/15/91 Harold Romberg, Spokane, 4~'~eat higher ed 2/I 5/91 James Watts, Richl~d, organized labor 2/15/91 Melanie L. Wine, Sea,e, Cone District 7 2/t 5/91 SALARIES, STATE COMMII-rEE (276) ON AGENCY OFFICIALS Studies and sets maximum saJaries for directors, full- time board members and other executive heads of agencies. Consists of seven statutoP/ members. RCW 43.03.029 SCENIC RIVERS COMMITTEE ~277) Adopts management policies for pub!iciy owned or leased land on rivers d.es~nated by the legislature as part of the state's scenic river system. TI55120955
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STATE AGENCIES Consists of devon members: two appointed by the Consists of ~even members appointed by the go,/- SMALL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT govemon nine statutes. ROW 79.7?..020 emor for four-year t~rms. RCW 21.2.0.550 COUNCIL, GOVERNOR'S committee Members Terms Expire Donn Cl'~'nl~y, Sea~le. general public gov pl Mel C~eson, Renton, general pubffc gov pl Jim Scott, Dept of Ecology, designee, stalutery sam Wrigttt, Dspt of Rsheries, designee, sta~ut~y JerP/Probst, Dept of Natural Res, designee, statutory Steve Stadund, Parks & ReD Comm, designee, statutory Don Lurid, Dept of Transportation. designee, statutory George Vo~er, DeFt of Wildlife, daslgn~, statutory Corinda Anderson, IAC, statutory pat Kubula, Assoo~a~on of Counties, statutory DOug Ba~or, Association or Cities, statutory SCHOOLS FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY TASK FORCE (278) Committee Msmbem Terms Expire Arzhur W. Buark, Seethe, financial planner 12/31/90 Cheryl Duty=a, O(ymp~a, attorney 1:2/31/90 Richard D. Greaves, Seat~e 12/31/90 James E. Newton, Sea,lie, attorney 12~31/92 William G. Papesh, Spok'ane. brokerldea]er 12/31/92 John Lateen, Seat~e, attorney/broker 12/31193 Armen Yousoufian, Tacoma, accountant 1 2/31/93 SEED POTATO COMMISSION, WASHINGTON STATE PO Box 286, Lynden 98264 206.-354-4870 (282) Promotes, adye~sec and carries out research pro- old State Board of Education grams related to Washington seed potatoes Deter- O/.d Capitol Building, FG-11 mines grades and standards ~nd un|aJr trade prac- u~ympta 98504-3211 rices. Funded through assessments on sales. 206-586..4512 Consists of seven members: five elected by produc- ers and two appointed by elected members. RCW Assists the state board of e~ducation in d.eveloping 15.66; WAC 16.520 criteria gove.r.ning grant .app,cation procedures, re- viewing ,applica.t~ons,, selecting projects, monitoring Secrata~y/Treasurer: Doris Roosma and eva~uating the SChOolS for the twenty-first century Board Members Term= Expire pilot program. Dale Bedllngzon, Lynden, producer, chair Consists of ten members appointed by the governor John Ramsrman, Jr "Lynden producer for six-year terms. RCW 26A.100.034 Leonard E b, Femdale, producer 6/30/gl Coordinator: John Anderson Task For©a Msmbem Terms Expire Brian L. Benzel, Colbert, school district supt 6/15/93 William A. Hainer, Seattle, exe¢, WEA 6/15/93 Carol M. Hosman,Tacoma, priv univ, dean ed 61t5/93 M. Stephen Lilly, Pullman, state univ, dean ed 6/t 5/93 Donna Molten, Vancouver, elem sch teach'ar 6/15/93 Carla Nuxoll, Federal Way, VP, WBA 6/1 ~/93 Ann ~on Olympia, PTSA 6/15/93 Dr. Richard S. Page, Seattle, WA Roundta~le 6116/93 Janico M. Reeder, Mercer Is high sch prin 6/15/93 Edwin H. Williams, Ell, Tacoma, elem sch tchr 6/15/93 Senator Nits Rinehart SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD, (279) MOUNT ST. HELENS Advises on the management of the 110 000 acre area of the Mount St. Helens National Vo can c Monument. Consists of two members appointed bV the gover- nor, others by vadous authorlt~es. Federal Statute. Board Members Terms Expire Bruce A. Crawrord, Vancouver, state govt 12/15/90 Raymond Lasmanis, O]ympta, state govt 12/15/90 SECRETARY OF STATE, (280) OFFICE OF THE LegislaUve Building, A$-22 Olympia 98504-9000 206-753-7121 The secretary of. state is charged with three major areas of r.e§pons!oility: elec.tions~upervisio.n .corpora- lions and limitao partnersnips t~lings; and the state archives. The secretary of state is also custodian of the Great Seal of the State; the State Constitution, and all original session laws passed by the legislature. Article I11, Section 17, Washington State Constitution; RCW 43.07 Secretary of State: R~lph Munro Assistant S~etary of State: Don Whiting Special Assistant: John Dziedzi¢ Public Information Officer: David Brine Divisions: Archives and Records IV~nagement State Archivist: Sidney F. IV[cNpin 753-$485 Corporation. Trademark and Limited Parmership SupePdsor: Helen Mords 753-7115 Elections Superviso~: Gary Malntosh 753-7121 SECURITIES ADVISORY COMMITTEE Department of Licensing Highways-Ucenses Building, PB-01 Olympia 98504-8001 2o~-753-6928 (281) Advises the director, d.e~artmem of licensing on mat- tars relating to secudttes; examines and .lk~e. nses securities ~oker-dealers, salespersons aria invest- merit advisers. 6/3O/90 6/30/90 Curtis Hawley, FarndaJe, producer 6/30/91 Roger Hawley, Femd~e. producer 6/30/gl Dick Bedllngton, Lynden 6/30/92 Gone Crabvee, Lynden, producer 6/30/92 Max Long, Department ot Agriculture, statutory SENTENCING GUIDEUNES (283) COMMISSION 3400 Gapito/ Bird, QE-13, O~ympfa 98504-6513 206-753-3084 Recommends standard sentences for felony offenses; studies sentencing practices across the state; studies the criminal code and makes recommendations for modification. Consists of nineteen members: fifteen voting members; twelve appointed by the governor with consent of the ,senate. for three-year terms and three statutory re.embers; four nonvoting members, two each from ti~e senate and house, RCW 9.94A.060 Execu~ve Officer: Roxanne Lieb Commission Member= Term= Expire Anne Ellington, Seat~e, Sup Ct Judge, chair 8/2/90 E~een P, Fadey, Seat~e, defense attorney 6/2/90 John Ladenburg, Tacoma, prosecuting atlorney 8/2/90 Earl Smith, PhD, Pullman, public 8/2/90 Doug Blair, Yakima, chief law anfomement officer, city/county 6/2/91 F. James Gavin, Yakima, Sup=dot Court Judge 8/2/91 Margarat Laidlaw, Everson, public 6/2/91 Jan Ostiund, Bellingham, delense attorney 6/2/91 Arthur D. Cu~s0 Vancouver, prosecuting arty 6/2/92 Ruts E. Fanning, Olympia, public 6/2/92 Marcus M. Kelly, Spokane, Superior Court Judge 8/2/92 Donald H. Thompson, Tacoma, Sup Ct Judge " 5/2/g2 Sec.Dept of Corrections, statutory, ex officlo-voting Dir-Offico o! Financial Mgmt, statutory, ex officio-voting ChaJr-lndet Sentence Ray Bd, statutory, ex off'role-voting Senator Emilio Cantu, sx officio, nonvoting Sanstar Janice Niemi, ex offido, nonvoting Representative Betty Sue Mords, ex officio, nonvoting Representative Mike Padden, ex officio, nonvoting 69 Identifies regulatory, administrative and legislative pmposalswhich will improve the entrepreneu.~ai envi- ronment for small businesses; advises state business programs on their policies and practices. Consists of at least fifteen but not more than thirty members appointed by the govemor for four-year terms. RCW43.175.010 Council Members Terms Expire ~'nes! Aguilar. Sumner. small business 7;1~'89 Peggy Ajax, Bremarton, small busines~ 7/t 9/90 None Braste~, Maple Valley, small business 7/r9/90 Rod Bristol. Seattle. small burn=as 7St 9~g0 Jeff Cashman, Sea,e. small business 7/~ 9/90 Edward M. Castillo, Seat11=, srn~l! t~uslnass 7119/90 Kent Hull. SpoXane, small business 7119190 Senator Eleanor Lee, Buden 7;19~90 Shidee Lower, Tumwater, small budness 7119;90 Ken Mars=n, Leavenworth, small business 7/19~90 Janet Padgett, Redmond, small business 7/19/90 Nancy Rowe, Tacoma, small business 7;19190 Frank Is=miD, Seattle, small bus~ness 7/19]91 Tim Kennedy, Auburn, small business 7/~ 9/91 Robin Pet=teen, Naches, small business 7119/91 Richard L. Posey, Woodland, small business 71'~9/91 Janet D. Spath, Mesa. small business 7/19,~91 Larry Stanley, Spokane. small business 7/19191 Hiroshi Takaki, Beliingham, small business 7/t 9/91 Carol Vipperman, Seattle, small business 7/19/91 Cordell Jackson, Bellevue, small business 7'19/92 Penny Morgan, Kennew~ck, small business 71t9/92 Sid Snyd~r, Long Beach, smaJl bus~ness 7/19/92 Roy T. Tnrondson, Seaffie, small business 7/t 9/92 Wini Vo~lr-.P.ers, Riverside, smaJl busines 7/t 9/92 Jeff Oowdle, Lynnwood, small business Wt 9/93 Doris Johnson, Vancouver. small business Wt g/93 Senator Bill Smitherman, Olympia Representative B, Jean Silver, Spokane Greg D~hrn, Dept of Community Day, ex officio Keith Weaver, Olympia, ex officio Margaret Wimmer, Olympia, ex officio SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES (286) ADVISORY COMMITTEE Department of Social and Health Sen#cos 08-44R, Olympia 98504-0095 206.753-4215 . Advises secretary, department of social and health services on all matters pertaining to the department. Consists of fifteen to twenty members appointed by ~e governor for four-year terms. RCW 43.20A.370 Committee Members Terms Expire Joseph 13. De La Cruz, Tsholah, at large 8/g~30 James L. Delong, Vancouver, Region 6 8/9F~ H,A, "Barney" Goltz, Beilinghsm, Region 3 Audrey Gruger, Se,,ttle, local govt 8/9/90 Michael O~msby, Spokane 6/9/90 Calvin M. Uomoto, Seattle, Region 4 8/9/90 George A. Walker, Seattle 8/9/90 Larry Goseett, Sea~e 8/9/92 Laird Harris, Seattle 8/9i92 Carlos CHivares, Teppenish 6/9/92 Virginia Warlic~ Seattle 8/9/92 Kstherine Carlson, Pen Angeles, Re0 6 Dir/DSHS Pi J,B. Layne, Tacoma, Region 5 DIdDSHS pI Carol Eo Marble, Fdday Harbor, Region 3 OidDSHS pl Don*ld E. Neraas, Spokane0 Region I DidDSHS SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, (287) DEPARTMENT OF Mall Step 0B.44, Olympia 98504-0095 SHORELINES HEARINGS BOARD (284) 206-753-7039 or 753-27#.5 4224 Sixlh Ave SE, PY-21, Olympia 98504-5921 The department integrates and coordinates all activi- 206-459.6327 ties involving provisions of care for individuals who, as An indep~.ndent quasi;judisia] ageecy whioh hears a result of their social, economio or mental health and decides appeals from the granting, denying or condition, require financial assistance, institutional rescinding of permits on shorelines of the state, care. rehabilitation or other social and mental health Consists of six members: three appointed bY the services. RCW 43.20A governor, one by the commissioner of public lands, Secrsta~y: Richard J. Thompson 75,.%~395 onebytheassociatJonofWashingtoncities,onebythe Depmy ,Secre~.,y Icr " association of county commissioners. ROW 90.58.170 ManagemenZ: R~e~ C. Benson 753.3424 Depury ,Secre¢~u~ Board Membe~ Terms Expire Programs: Paul Trause 5~6-8753 Philip W. Dulled, Bellevue. gov~.nor's appt 6/30/¢30 Legislative and Community ReasSerts: 753-0222 Judith A. Bender, Sea, tie, gay=meals app¢ 6/30~92 P~¢zing, Eve~ua~en and Professional Hal 2~mmerman, Caress, govemods ~opt 6/30/g4 Development. Dkec~oc Joe ~ 586-9156 Lee F.Jdddge,'l'hurstur= Co Comm. As~ Co Comm apP! Aging and Adult Services Adminis~;~<~'l Asst Secretary: Chades Reed 588-3768 TI55120956
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70 STATE AGENCIES Soda! and Health Services. Department of continued Children, Youth and Family Servloee Admlnistradon Asst Se~erary': Katherine H. Bdac 586-4031 Ecenorn~c and Medical ~erYicea Administration Asst SeO'elary; Robert Lolcema 586-3770 HeaRh & RehabiIRaWe Services Adm|nl'sttation Asst Secretary: Thelma Struck 753-3327 Productivity and Administration: Deputy Secretary: Robed Benson 753-3424 STADIUM COMMISSION (288~ Studies site a~uisition and feasibility for public stadi- ums in the vadous counties. Consists of six members: two appointed by' the governor arid serving at the pleasure of the governor; ~rour from other appolnfing authorities. RCW 67.28.090 STATE PATROL~ WASHINGTON (289) Genera/Administration Building, AX-12 C~ymr~ia 98504-0612 206-753-6540 The patrol provides modern public safety related sew- ices for the prevention o! crime; detection end appre- hension of violators; training of law enforcement per- sonne ; and ensures the safe, convenient and efficient transportation of people and goods across the state's highway system. The patrol also provides security for the governor and the legislature. RCW 43.43 Office of the Chief Chief George B. Tetlevlk 7;$3-6545 Deputy Chief Richard W. Jansen, Chief of Staff • 753-3484 Field Operations Bureau Deputy Chief Robert J. Hues 586-2340 Maior Wittiam M. Haines, Region I Commander 753-6566 Maior Lynden Woodmansee, Region II Commander. 7&9-8159 Major Fredtio L PiIon, Commerclat Vehicle Division Commander 753-6554 Captain Dick W. Swiet, Aviation Division Commander 753-6173 Support Services BureaU Deputy Chief Mel Boston 753-6563 Major Roscoe Morris, Telecommuni,,ations Division Commander 455-7760 Major Frank G. Russeg, Technical Division Commander 488-7236 Major Steven L. Wagner. Administrative Division Commander 753-6563 Mr. Gary Longmore, Computer Sen~ces Division Commander 586-6056 Investigative Services Bureau Depu~f Chief Edward T. Crewlcrd 753-6548 Capta=n Stanley F, Aaron, Investigative Assistance Division Commender 953-3287 Captain Herbert E. Howe, Cdminel Records Division Commander 753-6858 Captain Richard F. Randolph, Traffic Investigation Division Commander 438-7247 Ceptaln Paul H. SchuRz, Crime Laboratory Division Commander 753-0294 STATE, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF See Secretary of State, Office of Also See Executive Section STATUTE LAW COMMITTEE, (290) PERMANENT Legislative Building, AS-15 O/ympla 98504-0415 ~06-753-1440 Codifies indexes and publishes the Revised Code of Washington; prepa .res all legisl~ativa .bills, memorials, resolutions, amenc~menta ann conterenco reports; publishes the Washington Administrative Code, the Washington State Register, the session laws and the Legislatzve D~gest. Consists of twelve members: one appointed by' the governor; one by the supreme court; five from the [eglsh~t'ore and rive free the state bar ~ssociation. Sewe varied terms. RCW 1.09.001 Code Reviser:. Denrd= W. Cooper CommRtee Meml:~r= Terms Expire Raymc:~d Haman, Seattle, tawyer, 9ov appt Senat~ Jeennmte Se~tor Ph~ Tak~a, dge Reprssentalive Marlin Representative Dennis Reprssenta~ve M~e Padd~ One supreme cou~t appointee Rye state bat appdnt~.s STRAWBERRY COMMISStON~ WASHINGTON 4430 John Luhr Road. Olympia 98506 206~91-~010 Carries out research and assessment programs re- lated to the production, processing and marketing of strawberries. Consists of six members: five elected by strawberry producers and one appointed by director, department of agriculture. RCW 15.65 Manager: Narval G. Johanson Commission M~mbar$ Terms Expire Mike Birlinger, Marysville, producer 8/31190 C. Peter VanLierop, Olympia, producer 8/31/90 Rick Honceop, Lynden, producer 8/81191 Allen J. Scholz, McMillin, producer, chair 8/31191 Dave Hedlin, Mount Vernon, producer 8/31/92 Roger Roberts, Department of Ageculture, statutory SUBSTANCE ABUSE, GOVERNOR'S (292) COUNCIL ON Advises the governor on Issues and programs relating to substance abuse. Assists with the implementation of strategies to support community efforts to reduce substance abuse and promotes public awareness and education. Consists ot twenty-six members: twenty-two repre- senting private industry, local government, treatment providers co.mmunity groups, law enforcement, and students; and four legislators, two from Boners, two from House. Executive Order 89-02 SUNSET COMMITTEE, (293) LEGISLATIVE JOINT SELECT Monitors the schedule of agencies to be reviewed under Washington sunset act of 1977. Responsible for Ihe develo.pment af legi.slation which provides for ter- mination or state agencies. Consists of five senators and five representatives appointed by the president of the senate and speaker of the house ann confirmed by memberships of the respective houses, RCW 43.131.115 Commlttea Members SEN/~TORS REPRESENTATIVES Neil Amondson Cai Anderson Ellen CrasweII John Beck Eleanor Lee Pete Kreman Nita Rinehart Duane Sommers Dean Sutherland Georgette Voile SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION See Pubfic Instruction, Superintendent of See Also Education Section and Executive Section SUPPLY MANAGEMENT ADVISORY (294) consumers and state agencies, appointed by the governor. 29 USC 777a[a)(1) Board Membem Terms Expire H~"~ L. Carsiermen, Seatde. bus~e~ 9;30 90 Donald L. Olson. Spokane. business Keith Desrossier. Sealrle. consumer 9:30;9~ Aden H. Towsey. SeaRle, business, chair 9:30/9r George A. Walker. Seatde. business. ~qce.chair 9:'30tgt Gary Chdstensen, ESD, state agency govpl Sue EIHott. DSHS, state agency gov pl Carla Jacgson, SPI. st~'.e ~genCy gov Toby O/son, Olympia. consumer gov pl Pat Roberts M~rysville, consumer gov Shidey Smith, Dept Se~wicestB ind. state agency gov Sharon S=ewart Johnson, DSHS. s~ate agency gov SURVEYS AND MAPS, ADVISORY (~96) BOARD ON Monitors the activities of the bureau of surveys and maps. Co~sists of five members appointed by the commis- sioner of public lands. RCW 58.24.020 TAX APPEALS,'BOARD OF (297) 9~0 East Fi(lh Awnue, EW-12 Olympia 98504-2712 206-753-5449 Hears appeals and issues decisions involvingappe~ts from persons aggrieved by the actions of the thirty- nine county boaros of equalization, tl~e state depart- merit of revenue or the department o! natural re- sources. • Consists of three salaried members appointed by the governor with consent of the senate for six-year term=. RCW 82.03.020 Executive Secretary:. David Akena Board Members Terms Expire Lucille M. Carlson, Olympia, chair 3/1/91 Richard A. Virant, Tacoma 3/1/93 Matthew Coyle, C4ympia 3/1195 11MBER PROCESSING, JOINT SELECT (298) COMMITTEE ON DOMESTIC Created t,o ray.few all aspects of dome.stio timber prom essing; oevelop recommendations in response to federal legislation on log exports: prepare relevant legislation for the 1990 legislative session, Committee expires June 30, 1991. Consists of six members: three senators and three representatives. Chapter 424, Laws 1989 Committee Mc~mb==m SENATORS RE PRESENTATIVES Nail Amondson Roy Ferguson Ann Anderson James Hargrove PaW Murray Doug Sayan TRADE AND ECONOMIC (299) DEVELOPMENT, DEPARTMENT OF 101 General Administration Bldg, AX-13 BOARD C~mRia 98504 Advises the director, department of general admini- Telephone: 206-753-5630 stration in the operation of the state government pup Fax: (206) 5B6-1850 chasing system; acts as an appeals board on matters . involving a state agency and the stats purchasing The state's pdmat~ economic strategy is to encourage division. Consists of twelve members: eleven appointed by the retention and expansion of exisbng businesses, to the g.ovemor for thre~-year terms and one statutoP/ attract new businesses and industries and to toster the formation of new business. The department was cre- memoer. RGW 43.19.1902 ated to pursue a coordinated approach for these ego- Board Member= Terms Expire nomtc developme.nt pplicies and programs to achieve Robert J. Flowers. Seattle, ~vete indusW 2/20R0 a more dtversifieo and healthy economy, it does this by G.A."Jey"Hatttord, Jr Pullman, WSU, hled 2/20/90 assistin~ existing businesses, attracting travelers, Perry G. Kelley, EdD, Olympia, SPI 2/20/90 suppo~ng exporters, assisting film producers and Richard O. Keeb, Tecema, private Indusw 2/20/90 going and keeping manufacturing jobs. 3"ha director RogarNeata, Seattle, private indusW 2/20/90 IS appointed by the governor arid serves at the Laura Eckert, Olympia, DNR 2/20/91 governor's pleasure. RCW 43.31 W~l[iam H. Hensetman, (~ympia, DOT 2/20/91 Lealie F. James, Olympia, DSHS 2/20/91 Acing I~ractor: Paul Isakl Richard M. Lund, ~ympia, SSCCE 2/20/91 John Petlit, Seattle, UW 2/20/91 D~r-Dept ot Gener~ AdminisVadon, chair, statuto~j SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT INITIATIVE (295) GOVERNING BOARD, WASHINGTON A five-yea, r, federally supported de.re, on.stration to increase empto _yment opportunLti.es mr people developrnentai ani::[ ralat~d disabil.itles: . . Consists of thirteen representatives ~rom Deputy Director." Dennis Marson Market ,~ Targe(ed Indusw Developmem Group: Don Locantz Product Export Development: Jeanne Cobb Film and Video: Christine Lewis ~ot.echno~ogy Ta.rgete~ Sect~" Program: phil Ness F¢~:I Ptocessh'~g Targeted Sector Ptograem Bry=o~ Bailey Canada Program: Don Jack~ European Program: Bil K'mg Japan Program: Grog Casey TI55120957
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Local Development Ass~starce Group: vacan( Industrial Rete~lJon: Howa~'d Levans Business Expansion; Harry Ban3,man Th-C;~es Program: Ad: Tackett TEAM W~shlngron Network: Che~jl Hugg|ns Community Economic Revffallza~on: Donna Batch Tourism Development Division: Kenneth Gouldtharpe Travel Medlw'Publicat~ons: Tom S~ilz Regional Marketing Manger:. Betsy Gabel Trade Marketing Manager: Clint Hyde FasititJes Development: Deborah Knutson Business Assistance Center: David Dougherty Business Finance: TemJ Sapp State Small Business Son,ices: Richard Paulson Marketplace Program: Monica Heilbton Recycling Marke~s: Preston Home-Brine Employer Chfid Care Program: Beryl Cheal Communications: Imbert Matthee Sealtie Office L~O01 Sixth Avenue, Seattle 98121 Telephone: (206) 464o7143 Fax: (20~) Business Assistance Center 919 Lake~'idge Way" SW, Suite A, O/ympla 98502 Telephone: (206) $8~-5632 Fax: (206) 506-4849 Busincss Assistance Hotline: (In.stare) 1.800.237.1233 Tokyo, Japan DIScs Jardine Business Centre - Tokyo ABS Building 2°4-16 Kudan M/nami Chiyoda.ku Tokyo W2 - Telephone (03) 221-9707 Fax: (033 239-28 European Representative, London Michael Waggert ,¢ Associates S Clillo~,d Street London, WIX United Kingdom Telephone: 44-1.494-2551 Fax;. 44-1 =439.0222 Taiwan Repmcentadve, Talpei Eugene Huan9 5 Hs/n Yi Rd, Section Taipei Taiwan Telephone: 886.2. 725-2409 Fax: 886-2+725.1.48.4 TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION (300) 1000 South Cherry Street, PD-1 Olympia 08504- 0211 206-753-6197 W~llam J. l~'~ps, Port Orchard. western WA 6'30/92 James T. Henning. SL John, eastern WA 6r30/93 Norm McK~bben, Wal~a Wafia. eastern WA 6/30/94 Bernice Stem. Searde. western WA 6/e~Yg5 Leo B. Sweeney, Olympia, western WA 6/30/95 Sec-Dept of Transportation. designee, stamton/ TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF STATE AGENCIES 71 Fred Thompson, City of Tacoma. Public Works James Toohey, W~DOT, As.st Sac for Planning TRAUMA ADVISORY COMMITTEE (304) Department of HeaJth 1112 South Quince, ET-21, Olympia 98504 206-685-0353 Transportation Building. KF-01 (302) Created to make an analysis of the state's present trauma system which currently is descnbed as kag- O/ym/~ia 98504-5201 mented and varied between east and west and be- 206-753-6005 or 753-2150 tween urban/metropotltan and rural areas. Office of financial mangamant wJtl contract with an independent The department exists to develop and maintain a party to analyze a state trauma system. RCW comprehensive and balanced state-wide transparta- 70.168,010 don system which will meet the needs of the people for safe and efficient transportation services. The depart- Commlltae Members Terms Expire merit is organized into the divisions of aeronautics; S- Charles Hoffman, Tacoma 6/30/92 nance and budget management- marine transpoda- Kathryn Hopfner, Cl~'kston 6~30192 tion; operations; planning, rese~'~h and pub ic irons- Steve Rubbed, Belfingham, vide chair 6.~0/92 portation; program development; and state a d. The Janet Kavadas, Edmonds 6/'30/92 secmta~ is appointed by the transportafion commis- Dr. Juds M. Mace, Aberdeen 6,'30/92 sion andserves at its pleasure. RCW 47.O1 Daniel McKeen, Port Angeles 6J30/92 Dr. RonaJd Mater, Seattle 6/30/92 Secretary:. Duane Berentson 753-6054 Mark Mann. Tacoma Dr. James N~mla, Liberty La~o, chair Dr. Lolhar Pinkera, Bellevue Deputy Secretary: Ed W. Fe~guson 753-6132 Chief Counsel; Theodore Tows 753.3057 Exec AdmirYPublic Affairs: Rick Dan]als753-2150 Legislative & Strategic Management Relations: Don Griffith 753-7192 Economic Development Affairs: Jerry Ellis 7£3-2150 Congressional Liaison: L~ry Plummet 586°0067 Personnel Manager: Art Morse 753-6862 Audit Chiel: Barry M. Diseth 753-3003 Chair, Board of Pilotage Comm: Donald Schwa~zman {Sea~e) 464-7818 Assist~nt Secretaries: Finance & Budget Management: James L. Clemen 753-7362 Program Development: Dennis B. Ingham 753-7355 Aeronautics: W.H. Hamfi~on (Sea~e) 764-4131 MaJbne Transportation: Harold W. Parker (Seaffle) 464.7816 Planning, Research and Public Transportation: James P. Toohey 753-6101 Operations: Delbert J. VanDehey 753-6014 State Aid Organization: 753-6123 District Administration Offices District l-Bellevue Administrator:,R.Q. Anderson 206-562-4020 District 2-Wenatchee Administrator: D.S. Senn 509.663.9673 Distttct 3-Tumwatar Administrator: A.T. Smelser 206-753-7205 Disuict 4-Vancouver Administrator: G.F, Dsmich 206-696-6621 Districl 5-Yakfma Administrator: R.L, Larson 509-575-2510 District 6.Spokane Administrator: J,R. Buss 509-456°3030 Addresses the problems of traffio safety and accident TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT (303) prevention within the state, BOARD Consists of nine members: three appointed by the Transportation Building, KF-01, Olympia "98504 governor and six statutow members. Members serve 206-753-7198 at the governor's pleasure. RCW 43.59.030 6~0/92 6/30/02 6/30/92 Jack Pinza, Walla Walla 6/'30/02 Thomas Richbur9, Cashmere 6/30/92 Sheryl Robinson, Begingham 6,'30/92 Jeffrey D. Selberg, Vancouver 6/30/92 Bgl Sieg, Everett 6/30/92 Dr. Cecil Snodgrass, Puyallup 6/30'92 Lori Taylor, Spokane 6~0/02 Linda Tbpel, Yakima 6/30/92 Marlin Traylor, Ephrata 6,'30/92 Dr. Marvin Wayne, Beltingham 6.~d0/92 TREASURER, OFFICE OF THE STATE (305) Legislative Building, AS-23 Glympia 98504-0423 206-753-7130 fThe state trea~ .Urer is charged,with the responsibility of ormulating aria executing po=icy for the management of the state treasury and related financial resources of the state of Washington. Article II1, Section 19 of the Washington State Constitution; RGW 43,08 State Treasurer: Daniel K~ Grimm Assistant State Treasurer: M. Lyle Jacobsen Deputy Stria Treasurer:. Scott Sheeran Deputy State Treasurer - Finance Comminee: Peter Tim Kerr Deputy State Treasurer - • Treasury Accounting: Walter Lissner Executive Assistant: Carol Sayer Investment Officer: William R. Carbah Internal Auditor: Mark McLaughlin Public Deposit Protection Commission -Administrator: Patrida Richards TREE FRUIT RESEARCH (306) COMMISSION, WASHINGTON Route 1. Box 319E, Wapato 98951 509-877-2O65 Director: Gone Paterson Commission Membom Ruth Wylie, Mount Vernon, WA State Assn Counties Robert E. Graham, Wenatches, judidary rap Bob Overstreet, Everett, Assn WA Cides rap Booth Gardner, Governor, chair, statutory Chief George Tellevik. WSP, statutmy Dr. Judith Billings. SPIn statutory Duane Berentson. Sec-Dept ot Transportation, statutory Provides funding to local governments for transperla- tion projects through two pmgramswhich utilize rave- Promotes and carries on research which will benefit nues from the state ~as tax and local matching fund~ the planting, production, harvesting, handling, proc- The transportation improvement account (TfA) pro easing, or shipment of tree fruit. vides funding for transportation projects c~used b Consists olnine members: three appointed by the traffic congestion created b~ economic developmer Washington state fruit commission; five by the Wash- or growth. The urban artenal trust account (UATA ington apple commission: and one pear producer, provides funding for city and county transportat~o= appointed by the director, department of agriculture. projects r#latad to congestion, safety, geometrics, an, RCW 15.26.040 stru¢tural concerns. DMary Faulk, DIpDept o1 Licensing, sta~u,xy Consists of fifteen members appointed by the sac- Secreta~y/T'reasuter: Dave Allan apt of Sod~l & Health Sen~ices, Div of Health, statutory rotary of transportation. RCW 47.26.120 Board Members TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION~ (301) STATE ~ aymnSporta~on Bugding, KF-01 pie 98504-5201 206- 753-6170 Advises seoret~ryo department of transportation on policies relating to transportation in the state. Consists of eight members: seven appointed by the governor with consent of the senate for six-year terms and one statutanj member. RCW 47.01.051 Adn~nisu~tor. Anna Paterson Commission Member= "Terms Expire Richard Odabashian. Cashmere. eastern WA 6,'30/90 Albert D. Reselini. Sea,e. western WA 6FJO/91 Terms Expire Executive Director: Jerry M. Fay Beard Members Fred Anderson, Tacoma, Pierce Co Public Works Director George Benson, City of Seatlle Counsilmember Brlen Corcoran, Snohamish County Counsilmembor Err~e Geissler, Olympia, nit.County Road Admin Board M.J. Hrdficka, Mayor of Lynnwood. vice chair Dennis Ingham, SWDOT, Assl Sac fo~ Program Dev John Mcbride, Spokane, Spokane County Commissioner Annette McGee, Shelton, M, aaon County Commissioner. chair Start Moon, WSDOT, State Nd Engineer Allen Option. Mayor of Chene.y Jack Pi~s, Port Angeles Pubic Works Directs" In~g Reed, Mgr,'Engineedng Sen, ices. City of Spokane Dennis Skeets, Ptosser, Benton County' Public Wod¢s Dir George Ing, White Salmon, producer, chair 7/30/90 Mke Robinson, Quincy, producer 7P~0/90 Fred Valentine, Wenatchee, producer, vice chair7/30/90 Bruce Alien. Vaklma, producer 7Fd~91 Jim Doomink, Wapata, producer 7/30,'91 John GIIlespie, Okanogan, producer 7/30/91 David AJlan. Wapam, producer, sec/~ea.suror 7/30/92 Doyle Fleming, C~ondo, producer 7,'30/92 Kyle Mathlson, Wanatohee. producer 7/30/92 Art Losey, Depattmem of Agd~Jl~Xe. statutory TRIAL COURT EDUCATION, BOARD FOR (307) c/o Administrator for the Courts 1206 South Quince SE EZ-11. Olympia 98504 206-753-3365 Prov~es orientation, continuing education programs TI55120958
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72 STATE AGENCIES Trial Cou¢t Education, Board for continued md se~ces for all judicial and court support person- -~el in the state; establishes standards, long-range "~oals and ~comprehen_sive plans for judiciary educe- won; cooromates ju~ciary programs and services, Mthin the state as wall ~s wdh raglonal and national 3rogmms. Consists of thirteen members appointed by the chief ,ust~ce. Legal authorization: Washington State Su- 3rome Court TRI.CITIES DIVERSIFICATION BOARD (308) The department el trade and economic development is directed to study economic diversification options for the Tri-Cities area and examine potential markets for services and products and the transfer of new tech- nologies to commercial production. The board reviews :hose diversification proposals. Board terminates July 1, 1990. Consists of fifteen members appointed by the gov- ernor. Chapter 42, Laws 88 Board Members Terms Expire Emie Boslon. Richland, business, chair 711190 Lane Bray, Richland, city/county rep 7/1/90 Dave Dickerson, Kennewick, port dist rap 711190 John Donald, Kenrlewick, business/ind rep 7/1/90 Dr. Jerry Finnigan, Richland, local ed instit rap 711190 Nadine Johns, Richland, visitor/convention rap 7/1190 Valoda H. Loveland, Pasco, city/county rap 711190 Dean Mitchell, Pasco, local day org 7/1190 John Nolan, Rlchland, Dept Energy contractor Wl190 Cyndi Paterson. Kennewick, bu~ind rsp 711190 Mike Poulson, Richland, agdbusiness rap 7/1/90 Jim WaF.s, Richland, org labor, vice chair 7/1/90 D~ Marvin Weiss, Pasce, local ed institution mp 7/1/90 Don Williams, Rlchtand, Dept Energy conuactor 7/1/90 J~m Worthington, Pasce, org labor rep 7/1/90 Ditldesignee, Depl Trade & Econ I~v, state agency rap UNIFORM LEGISLATION COMMISSION (309) Drafts and recommends uniform laws on subi.ects upon which uniformity of legislation in the various states is desirable. Consists of three members appointed by thegover- nor; serve atthe governors pleasure. RCW 43.56.010 Commission Members RepresantatJve Marlin Appelwlck. Seattte Dr. RobeR H. Aronson, Seatlie Francis E. Holman, Seato UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, (310) BOARD OF REGENTS Sea~le 98195 206-543-1633 The governing body of the University of Washington. Consists of-nine members appointed by the gover- nor with consentof the senate for six-year t~rms. ROW 288,20,100 Board of Regents Terms Expire Jerome Farris, Seattle gJ30/gl Samuel Stmum, Seattle 9J30/91 H. Jon Runstad, Seato 0Y30/92 W. Hunter Simpson, Redmond 9/30/92 Mary M. Gates, Seattle 9/30/93 AN. Smith, Seal, s 9~30/94 Paul W. Skinner, Seatlle M~ri J. Clack. Spokane 9/30/9.{; David Cohn, Mercer Island 9/30/95 UTIUTIES AND TRANSPORTATION (311) COMMISSION • Division D~rectors: Adminis~'a~e Se~ces: Paul Cud 753-6451 Utilibes: Tony Cook 7.53-6416 Transportation: Joe Keefe 753.6065 Administrators: PUblic Aff~rs: Raymond Re Day, J~ 753.6420 Regulatory Affairs: Ernest Hailer 7S3-6402 Review Officer: RobeR Wailis 753-6404 Policy Plannin9 & Research: Steve Ace 586-1187 VENDOR RATES, ADVISORY (312) COMMITTEE ON Studies and reviews methods and procedures for establish|ng the rotes and/or foes for vendors dealing with the department of social and health services. Consists of ten members: nine appointed by the governor, serving at the governor's pleasure, and one statutory member. RCW74.32.100 VETERANS AFFAIRS ADVISORY (313) COMMITTEE, STATE PO Box 9778, PM-41, O}ympia 98504-9778 206-753-5586 Advises the governor and director, department of vet- erans affairs on the needs and concerns of veterans. Consists of fifteen members appointed by the gov- ernor for four-year terms. RCW 43.60A.080 Committee Members Terms Expire James P. Davis, Chehalis, disabled Amer vet 7/1190 Dods R. Gross, Des Moines, Amer Legion 7/1190 Donald J. Hurt, Tacoma, AMVETS Philip J. Casey, Lynnwood, Marine Corps League 7/1/91 William R. M~iiield, Sumner, militia/order/Purple Hear 711191 William T.Go Robinson, Fed Way, paralyzed v6ts 711/91 Raymond Satanic, La Center, at large 7/1/91 Brace F, Thomt0n, Lacey, Vietnam Vats Amar 7/1191 James Branton, Puyailup 7/1/92 Jack C. Hulslander, Seattle, VFW 7/1/92 Vinconte Sanchez, Quincy, at large 7/1192 Marvin Barnes, O~t~ng, Soldier's Home rep 7/1/93 June Everett, OlJs Orchards, American Gold star mothers 7/1/93 John Marshall. Retsil, Veteran's Home rap 7/1/93 Charles Towne, Tacoma, Am Ex-POW 7/1/93 VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF (314) 505 Eas! Union, Republic Building PO Box 9778, PM-41, Olympia 9~504.9778 205-753-5586 Develops, oversees and coordinates state programs related to veterans, their dependents and survivors. RCW 43.17.0201 43.06A.030 Director: Jesse F~rias 586.0406 At.el=tent Directors: AdminlslraWe Services: Ron Hotfman 753-0598 Veterans ,Services: Claire HopIdns 753-4523 Personnel Manager. Carol Schmitt 753-4529 Superintendents: WA Velara~s Hon~: Herb Stump! 206-805.4700 WA Soldiers Home & Colony: Ralph Mackay 206-893-2156 Office Managers: Spokane: Luis Coma 509-456-2803 Bremerton: Jerry Towns 206-478-4565 Aberdeen: Waily Paterson 206-533-9283 Olympia: vacant 206-753°0962 Seattle: Gone Chalfee 206-442-5958 VETERINARY BOARD OF GOVERNORS, (315) WASHINGTON STATE Depatlment of Health 1112 South Quince. ET-21. Olympia 98504 206o586.6351 Chandler Plaza Building Examines candidates for licensing and registration; 1300 S. Evergreen Park Drive SW, FY-11 investigate= and hold~ headngs on violations of the Olympia 98504 regular_cry law; recommends and adopts rules and 20~-753-F42"3 regulations for administration el the regulatory law. Conslsts of six members: five veterinarians and one Regulates rates and practices of the state's investor- lay member appointed by the governor for live-year owned ut~ity and transport complies, terms. RCW 18.92.021 Consists of three fult-tlme members appointed by the govemor with consent of the senate for six.year gaara Members Tsrme ICvplre t~rms. RGW 80.01.010 Edward Diamond, DVM. Everett t 2/24Jg0 Suc,~n M. Shirley, DVM, Payallup 12/24~1 Commissioner= Terms F.xldre Ronald Streetar, DVM, Spoka,'le 12J24/92 Sharon L Nelson, Olympia. ¢ha~ 111/91 J~ry Her=oh, DVM. Goldendaie 12/24/93 AJ. "Butt" Pa~dini. Spokane 111/93 Delimit FL Carltsns. Graenac~es. pubrm 12/24/94 RP.hard D. Ca~ad. Olympia 111/95 E. Doyle Montgomery. DVM. Se~da 12/24.¢34 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, STATE BOARD FOR Airdust[ial Park, Bu~Tdin~ 17, MS: LS-IO Olympia 98504-5110 206-753-5652 Responsible for the direction of vocational education in the state. Consists of five members appointed by the governor and serve et the pleasure of the governor. EO 87-05; 87-06 Executive Director;, Merrin Do Long Board Members Governor Booth Gardner, chairman Christenia Alden, Kennewick, labor representative Dale Boose, Se~de, business rap Dr. Earl Ha~e, Olympia, Dire=or, SBCCE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, (317) COUNCIL ON 120 East Union, Room 220, EK-21 Olympia 98504-2221 206-753-3715 Provides evaluations, information, recommendations, and advice to assist the state board for vocational education in meeting the purposes of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Educabon Act (Public Law 98- s~4). Consists of thirteen members appoln~ed by t~e governor for three-year terms. EO 87-07; PL 98-524 Execu~ve Director: William O. Olfert Council Membem Terms Expire Lois Andrus, Bainbridge Island, secondary ed Judy Boekholder, Topponish, small bus~ness Darrel Elder, Chehalis, labor 3F311~0 3f~1/90 ~311g0 William P. Mohler, Tacoma, postsec voo inst ~/31/90 Michael P. 8jur, Vancouver, sac voc inst 3,'31191 Dan C0yne, ~ympla, bus/ind/agric 3/31191 Phyllis Makos Kenney, Seattle, special needs/populations 3/31/91 Bill Palmer, Bellingham, bus4nd/agr~c 3/31191 Marilyn Ash, Puyallup, special education ~'31192 AI Bdsbois, ~eattle, labor 3/31192 Pete Garza, Yakima, bus/indusw 3/~1/92 Paul D. McCarrall, PorrAngeles, guidance/counseling 3/31/92 Unda Shudliff, Renton, WA JTCC (pdv sac] 3/31192 VOCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CENTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS SeeApp~dTechnologyCen~r VOLUNTARY ACTION, WASHINGTON (3 IS) STATE COUNCIL ON c/o Dept of Community Development Ninth and Columbia Bui/din9 -9684 Proposes, reviews ond evaluates the activities of the center for voluntary action. Oonsists cf no less than fifteen and no more then twenty-one members appointed by the governor for three-year terms. RCW 43.t 50.060 Counoll Members Terms E~plre Margaret B~ker-S1evens0 Pullman, minodty vol 8/31/89 Joel F. Gould, Jr, Olympia, business 8/31/89 Rave O~ville A. Ja¢ogson, Longview 8/31189 Jean Jordan, Seethe, corporate voiunteerism 8/31189 Valarie Ogden, Vancouver 8/31199 Lee 71mmerman, Walla Wa~la, United Way 8/31189 vacant, labor 8/31189 Susan M. Handley, Bellevue, chair8/31/90 Lawrence J. Haugeo Wenatchse, ed volunteer 8/31/90 Tom I. Hily~'d, Tacoma, vice chair 8.,31190 Edith Lobe, Seattle 8/31/90 Lynn Quesanbury, Yakima. hospl~ volunteer 8r31/90 Virgie M. Robinson. Peace 8/31,'90 Ms Encamacion F. Tajon. Renton. ]nle~esWol 8/31190 Beay Davis. Pullman 8131191 Pamela W. E~kes, Sea~e &'31191 Joan J. Gerd~s, Chewe]~J1 6/31/91 Marianne Joiley. Spokane 6/31191 Jose B. Lorenzo. Everett 8/31191 Carol E. Marine. Friday Hadco~ 8,'31/91 Ray. John M. Steiner. 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VOLUNTEER FIREMEN, STATE (319) BOARD FOR Olympia Forum BuE~ng. Suite 209 605 - 1 lfh Avenue SE. PF-21, O/ympia 98507 2O6-753-7318 Administers the volunteer fireman's relief and pension fund. Consists of three members appointed by the gover- nor for six-year terms. RCW 41.24.250 Executive Secretary: Joseph H. Faubion Board Members Terms Explre Edwin N. Johnson, 8ea~a. volunteer fireman 6/10/91 Darwin (Dean) Hills, Cashmere, vol fireman 6/10/93 Michael Fitzpatrick, Port Angeles, volunteer fireman 6/10/95 WASHINGTON PUBLIC POWER (320) SUPPLY SYSTEM, EXECUTIVE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Headquarters 3000 George Washington Way, PC) Box 968 Richland 99352-0968 509-372-5000 Satsap Power Plant PO Box 1224, Elma 98541 206-482-4428 The Washington Public Power Supply System is a Joint operating agency and municipal corporation of the state of Washington. Its members are ten public utility districts and the cities of Richland, Seattle, and To- come. The Supply System is -authorized, among other things t.o operate and con.struct plants for the genera- tion and transmission of electricity. Facilities currently in operation have a generation capacity pf approxi- mately 1,127 megawatts. Plant 2 at the Hanfor_d reser- vation was placed in commercial operation on Decem- ber 13, 1984. The Hanford Generating Project at • Hanford went commercial in 1966 and was pla~:ed in standby status in January 1988. The Pack, wood Lake Hydroelectric Project in Lewis County went into operation in 1964, Two nuclear-fueled generating projects are in various stages of construction. WNP-1 at Hanford is currently 63% complete and has been placed in a status of suspended construction. WNP-3, located at Satsop in Grays Harbor County is 76% comp eta and a so has been paced n a status of suspended construction. The state legislature, in 1982 passed an act placing the control and management of the Supply System in the hands of an eleven member executive board of directors. Five of the members are chosen from repr.e- sentatives of the thirteen member utilities. The remam- ing six are chosen from outside the member utilities and are required to have managerial, financial or construction expertise and to represent all of the elec- trical ratepayers in the Pacific Northwest region. RCW 43.52.374 Managing Director:. Donald W. Mazut Executive Board Members Carl M. Ha(vorson, chair (semi-retired general cc~'Itractor With extensive experience in heavy construction, includ- Ing many of the darns on the Columbia River.) Vera Claussen (commissioner, Grant County PUD) Kenneth Cochrana (Commissioner, Franklin County PUD} John F. Cockbum (retired senior banking executive} governor's appointee Sam J. Farmer (re,red director, Battelle, Seattle Research Center) 0ovemer's appointee Ray Foleen (Iormer deputy administrator, B~nnevllle Power Adminlsua~on) board of directors appointee Parker Knight (commissioner. Skamanla County PUD} Paul Nolan, ~ce chair (retired director of City of Tacoma's Utility Division) board of directors appointee Board of Regents Terms Expire Belinda K. Pearson, Bellevue 9/30t89 Edwin J. McWi,i~ns, Spokane 9"30/90 Louis H. Pepper, Seattle 9;30/90 Scott B. Lukins, Spokane 9,'30.'91 Fronds L. Scott, Spokane 9'30..31 Richard R. A~brecht, Seattle 9/30.~J3 Ka~e B. Webster, Bainb6dge Island 9,'30;93 William R. W~ley, Richland g/30194 WASTE ADVISORY COMMll'FE~ SOLID (322) Advises department of ecology on all matters related to solid andhazardous waste management. Consists of eleven members: ten appointed by director, department el ecotegy, and one statutory member. RCW 70.95.040 - . WASTE MANAGEMENT, JOINT (323) SELECT COMMI'i~EE OF PREFERRED SCUD Determines the best management method for catego- ries of solid waste, determines the management method that has the least environmental impact, con- siders costs and market availability, and determines the appropriate management strategy for each cate- gory el waste. Committee expires Ju]~ 1, 1991. Chap- ter 184, Laws 88 WATER AND WASTEWATER OPERATOR (324) CERTIFICATION BOARD OF EXAMINERS Administers and evaluates e.xaminations or operator competency and assists in the development of rules aed regulatJces to administer the regulatory laws. Consists of nine members: seven.appointed by the governor' for three-year terms and two from other appointing agencies. RCW 70.95B,070; 70.119.080 Committee Membem Terms Expire Donald R. Curtis, Castle Rock, water plant opr 711190 GaPJ W. Isaac, Sea.e, wastewater plant opt 711190 M~ianne Coll{ns: Richland, waterworks opt " 7,~1/91 Raymond King, Newport, water dist comm 7/1191 Ron Cooper, Pullman, waterworks opt " 711192 Denise Lahmann, Contralto, employers' rap 7/1192 Bert K. Lysen, SeatlJe, sewer dis~ict c0mm Wl/92 ChenJl L. Bergener, DSHS representative Cathy Botts, Dept ot Ecology representative WATER RESOURCE POLICY, JOINT (325) SELECT COMMITrEE ON Makes recommendations on the fundamentals of water resource policy for the state. Will monitor m- plementation of water resource legislation. Committee expires June 30, 1991. Consists of twelve members: six senators and six representatives. Chapter 47, Laws 1988 Commltt~ Membem SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES Scott B~n" Forre~t Baugher Max Senltz ~hidey Dory Frank "Tub" Hanson Grep Fisher Ken Madsen Louise Miller Irv Newhouse Curtis Smith AI Williams Kada Wilson WESTERN INTERSTATE COMMISSION (326) FOR HIGHER EDUCATION (WICHE) Places students in ~rofessional schools of compact states. Provides tu=tion ~ssistance for out-el-stets study. Consists el three members appointed by the gover- nor for four-year terms, RCW 28B.70 Commlsslonars Terms E~plre Ann Daisy, E~ympi,~ 6/9/90 Nita Rineh~l, Se~t~e 6/9191 Phyllis EricSson, Puyailup 6/9/93 William Scott (commissioner. Chalan County PUD) WESTERN STATE HOSPITAL (327) Sydney Steinbom, (consulting engineer) governor's ap ADVISORY COMMITTEE pointee Frank N. Ward (commissioner. Klicki~t County PUD) Monitors the hospital's operation and activi6es; views and advises on the hospital budget; recom- WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, (321) mends measures to improve the quali~ of service. BOARD OF REGENTS Members appointed by the governor for four-year Pullman 99164 terms. Chapter 205, Law 89 509-335-6666 Commlttos Member= Terms Expire James And~ch, Seattle, consumer 12/5/91 The govern~eg board for Washington State University. Eliz~th Mu~an. Sea~e, Consists of n~ne members appointed by the gover- req suppoK netwod¢ rap 12/5,'91 nor with consent of the senate for seven-year terms. James L Taylor, Tacoma. nonp(of =aft rap 12F-~gt RCW 28B.30.100 D~vid B. Weston, Ta~:~n~. prof staff rap ~2FJgt STATE AGENCIES 73 Arlene B. EngeL Sequim. tam mbc..'r~s res 12:~'92 Dr. Ira S. K'em, M,~cer Is. s~aff p~t~o~n tZ~92 ~ R~. B~vue, m~nod~ ~m.m ~p t~ 92 J~ A. ~y. Ta~m~ pu~c Dr. De~ ~ Bt~, E~re~. ~ ~ Ru~ J. Hag~o~, ~ n~rsing sla~ rep H~en ~hw~rg, Merit Is, ~. wo~dor 1Z~ WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, BOARD OF TRUSTEES (328) Bellingham 98225 206.676-3000 The governing board for Western Washmgton Univer- " Consists of seven members appointed by the gov- ernor with consent of the senate for six-year terms. RCW 28B.35. t 00 Board of Trustees Terms Expire Martha Choe, Seattle 9/30190 Charlotre Chalker, Tacoma 9r30/9} Larry Taylor, Seanle 9~30/91 Gordon Sandison, Port Angeles 9r30/92 Mary Kay Becket, Bellingham 9/30r94 Craig Cole, Bellingham 9,"30/94 James C. Waldo. Seal~e 9/30/94 WHEAT COMMISSION, WASHINGTON (329) 404 Great Wastes Building West 905 Riverside Avenue, Spokane 99201 509.456-.2481 Carries out advertising, promotion and research on Washington grown .whe.at. Establishes grades and standards along with unfair trade practices. Funded through grain inspection fees. Consists of eight mem .bars: .five elected by produc- ers; two appointed by the e~ected memSers; and director, department of agri~lture, ex officio. RCW 15.66; WAC 16.528 Adminis~'ator: Tom Mid', Commission Members Terms Expire Charles E. Bov~den, Seattle, wheat industry 12/31/90 Wayne Kllndwonh, Connetl, producer 12/31/90 John Anderson, Wilbur, wheat indusw 12/31/91 David M. Hadow, palouse, producer, vice c~air 12/31/91 Ed Johnson Wilbur, producer 12/31/91 Jack L, DeWit~ Walta Wallo, producer, chair 12/31/92 James R. Walesby, Aim re, producer 12/31/92 AI Stine, Department of Agriculture, statutory WILDLIFE COMMISSION (330) 600 North Capitol Way, GJ-11 Olympia 98504-0091 206-753-5700 Establishes polic~, and regulations designed to pre- serve, protect and perpetuate the fish and wildlife of the state. Consists of six members appointed by the governor with consent of the senate tor six-year terms. RCW 77.04,030; Chapter 506, Laws 87 Commission Members Terms Expire Dennis Bard, Everelt, western WA 1/19/91 Terry L. Karro, Winthrop, eastern WA 1/10/91 John C. McGlenn, Bellevue, western WA 1119/93 N~t Washington, Ephrata, eastern WA 1/1~93 Norman F. Richardson, Yakima. eastern WA 1/19/95 D~, James Walton, Port Angeles,western WA 1119/95 WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT OF (331) 600 North Capitol Way, GJ-11 Olympia 98504-0091 206-753-5700 The department exists to preserve, protect and per- petuate the state's wildlife. "The department sets ~mes, places, ma.nnere and quantities in which game can be taken, one investigates the habits and distribution of the various species of wildlife. Director is appointed by the governor with the advice of the wildlife commis- sion. RCW 77.04, Chapter 506. Laws 87 D~rector: Curt Smirch Dep~ Director: Ray Ryan Ass~stanl Dkectors; Jene~e Fent~ Ch~s D¢ivdahl Bruce Crawford TI55120960
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74 STATE AGENCIES Nitdli[e, Department of continued D~visio~ Chtefs: Lands and Engineering: Bob Dice. Jr. Habitat Management: Clxis D,~vdahl wildlife ~agem~E T~ Ju~son ~ldlife ENo~men~ Daniel Fisheries Managemen~ P~t ~yle Into~a~on ~d Ed~don: Dave Wo~m~ Mana0eman~ Se~s: Lembi[ Ragion~! Offices: 1. S~kane elfin: B~ce Smi~ 509.456~082 2. Ephrala Offi~: Ray Duff 509-754-4624 3. Yakima Oleo: L~ Popejoy 509-575-2740 Wanatchee Distal= Office: Bob Pedeberg 509-662-0452 4. M~I Creek (Se~tde) Office: Joan Keller 206-775-1311 5. V~couve~ Of~ce: Gone ~llet~ 206-696~364 6. Aberdeen Office: J~m DeSh~o 206-533-9935 WiNE COMMISSION, WASHINGTON PO Box 61217, Seaft/e 98121 206-728-2252 (332) Promotes the state wine industry and c, onducts re- ;earch on the producing and process=ng of wine grapes in the state. consists of twelve members: eleven voting, five growers of vinifera grapes, five producers of wine from vinifera wine grapes and one wine wholesaler; one nonvoting re.ember who produces Washington wines lrom fruit other than vinifera grapes; appointed by director, department of agriculture. Chapter 452, Laws 87 Administrator: Simon Siegl Commission Members Terms Expire John Anderson. Seattle, chair 7/1/90 Peggy Patterson. Hoodsport 711/90 Allen Shoup, Woodinville 711/90 Robert S. Stevens, Seattle 711/90 Mike Hogue, Presser 711/91 Bob Morsman, Peace 7/1/91 Richard Gison, Presser 7/1/91 John Rauner, Prosser ~, 7/1191 Maurice Balcem, Pasco 7/1/92 Vernon Brown, Presser 7/1/92 Jim HIIdt, Deming 7/1192 Da~d Wyckoff, Grsndview 711/92 Arthur C, Scheunemann, Dept of Agriculture, statutory WINTER RECREATION COMMISSION (333) Studies, coordinates and promotes development of winter recrealion sites in the state. Consists of twelve members: four legislators two from each house; state agency representatives from parks and recreation, trade and economic develop- ment; natural resources; two representing the environ- mental community; one the cities; one the counties. RCW 67.34o011 Commission Members Ne~san A. Bennett, Yak|me, business/industry Senator Nan Bluchel, state senate rep Mel Borgersen, Seattle, business/industry Arlie Clinkenbeard, Okanogan, county Rap James Hargrove, house rep Kris G. Kaultman, Parks & Rec. state agency Senator Ken Madsen, slate senate rep Rep Alex McLean, house rsp Errol Nelson, Bellevue, environmental cemmunlty R. Duke Watson, Seattle, environmental community Cliff Worded, Chewelah, city Designee, DNR. state agency Designee, DTED. state agency WOMEN, INTERAGENCY COMMITI'EE (334) OF STATE EMPLOYED Examines and defines issues p~rtaining to the rights and needs of women employed in state govemmenL Makes recommendations to governor an dstate agen- cies with respect to desirable changes in programs and laws in areas of education, training career devel- opment, and other conditions of employment. Consists of one woman representative from each state agency (one representative for every 2,000 employed). Serve two-year terms. Governor appoints chair. Exec.ufive Order Comrrdttss Members Terms Expire Kaltty M. W~lie. Dept Labor &Ind. cha~t 9ov Linda ¥o~, S~Je~q, cf State's Office 6/30/90 Tra,'~spottafio~l Comm Donna Bogumill, Washington Veterans Home 6r30/90 Gloria Confreres, Office MInodty & Women's Bus~ness Enterprises ~30/90 Jeanne Cobb. Dept Trade & Economic Development 6/30/90 Eleano~ M. Doman. EveKjreen State College 6/30/90 Chds L. Dudley, Dept Ecology 6/30/90 Mmy L. Foster, Dept Ucensing 5/30/90 Madlyn Glenn, Dept Personnel 8/30/90 Carol Grego~', Governor's OfficeR/30/90 Anne Be Holm, Auditor's Office 6/30190 Kathlean Hopper, Dept Fisheries 6/30/90 Barbara Johnstone, Supt Public Instruction 6/30/90 Kay Lilland, Dept Tr'~nsportation 6~0/90 Kathryn C. Roasor, Washington State Pavol 6/30/90 Colleen Siebotd, Dept GeneralAdministration 6/90/90 gatt~' Spong, Office Attorney General 6/30/90 Betty Taylor, Treasurer's Office6/30/90 Merle Zimmerman, State Library 6/30190 Evonne G. Anderson, Dept P~inting 6/30191 Linda Becket, St Bd for Commur]ity College Ed 6/30/91 Judy Bell. Interagancy Committee for Outrioor Recreation 6/30191 Shidey Birkett, Liquor Control Bd6/30191 Tract Black, Dept Health 6/30/91 Llois B. Copel~n, Dept Retirement Systems 6/'30/01 Shelly Hager. Energy Office 6/30191 Mary Henley, Employment Security Dept 6/30/91 Sharon Howdeshell, Parks & Recreation Comm 6/30191 Sherril Huff, Lottery Commission 0/30/91 Linda L. Lethlean, Dept Revenue 6/30/91 Jeanette Lomax, DCD, Emergency Mgmt 6/30/91 Judy McNickle, WWU 6/50191 Llnde Marousek, Office Admin Hearings 6/30191 Carol Moses, Dept Cotrections 6/30191 Toni A, Murray, Dept Natural Resources 6/30191 Janice Navarre, DSHS 6/30/91 Chdsta Parker, O~ice Insurance Comm " 6/30191 Linda Polzin, Dept Agriculture6/30/91 Idolina Reta, Human Rights Comm 6/30/91 Susan C. Rielly, DSHS 6/30/91 Elizabeth A. godrick, Dept Wildlife 6/30191 Carol Weber, Gambling Commission 6/30/91 YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS, WASHINGTON See Conservation Corps Coordinating Council TI55120961
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STATE AGENCIES 75 STATE AGENCY OFFICES THROUGHOUT THE STATE ABERDEEN Area Cod~ 206 Employment Security Department PO Box 1747, 98520 5339318 Labor & |ndustriesl Department of 2700 Simpson Ave PO Box 66, 98520 533-9300 I Icenalng~ Department of S. Shore Mall, #208, 98520 533-9329 Revenue, Department of PO J~ox 1018 533-9314 Utilities & Transportation Commlsslon 2700 Simpson, 98520 533-9343 Wildlife, Department of Region 6 905 East Heron, 98520 533-9335 ANACORTES Area Code 206 Licensing, Department o| 10108 Sixth St;, 98221 293-3651 Military Department Det 1,286th Engr Co 24th & M St:, 98221 293-7322 ARIEL Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department pf Speelyai Hatchery 1011 Lewis River Rd:. 98603 231-4210 ARLINGTON Corrections, Department of indian Ridge Correction Center 19601 Niaks Road, 98223 Area Code 206 339-1860 AUBURN Employment.Security~ Department of PO Box547, 98002 Fisheries, Department of Green River Hatchery 13030 Black Diamond Rd, 98002 Licensing, Department of 1833 Auburn Way N. Ste. B. 98002 Parks & Reoreatlon Commission Region 5 1602-29th SL SE. 98002 Flaming Geyser State Park 23700 SE Flaming Geyser Rd Area Code 206 931-3912 931-3950 931-3941 931-3907 931-3930 BAI'rLEGROUND Area Code 208 Fisheries, Department of Columbia River Research Laboratory 16118 NE 219th St; PO Box 999, MS S-13, 98604 696-6261 BEAVER Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Soleduck Hatchery 1435 Pavel Road, 98305 327-3246 BELFAIR Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Coulter Creek E41 Coulter Creek Rd, 98528 275-5712 Parks & Recreation Commlsslon Balfalr State Park NE 410 Beck Road, 98528 478-4625 -~o¢lal & Health Services, Department of Mission Creek Youth Camp PO Box 100, 98529 478 4977 BELLEVUE Employment Security Department PO Box91313o 98009 Labor & Indu=trlcs~ Department of Ucensing, Department of 525-156thAveSE 98007 Liquor Control Board Enforcement Division 1805- 136th Piece N.~. 98009 Area Code 206 455-7100 455-7120 455-7177 State Patrol, Washington District 2 2803- 156th Ave SE, 98007 4.E5-7738 Transportatlon~ Department of 15325 SE 30~h PL, 98007 562-4000 BELLII~GHAM Attorney General 103 E. Holly SL #820, 98225 Corrections, Department of Bellingharn Work/Training Release 1127N. Garden St. Employment Security Department PC) Box 938, 98227 Fisheries, Deparlmant of Bel]ingham Laboratory Suite 20, Harbor Mall, 98225 Labor & Industries, Department o! 2500 Elm. Box 608. 98227 U¢ensing, Department of 1904-B Humbolt St, 98225 Liquor Control Board Enforcement Division 2500 Elm, 98225 Military Department Air National Guard 4001 Wil/iamson Way, 98225 Army National Guard 3928 Wil/iamson Way, 98225 Parks & Reoreation Commlaslon Larabee State Park 245 Chuckanut Drive, 98225 Revenue, Department of PO Box 1176 08227 676-2114 Ulilltles & Transportation Commission 2500 Elm St:. Suite B, 98225 676-2149 Western Washington University Bellingham, 98225 678-3000 Area Code 206 676-2037 676-2150 676-2060 676.2146 676-2083 676-2096 676-2073 581-8427 676-2145 676-2093 BINGEN Area Code 509 Employment Security Department 114 W Steuben, Box 387, 98605 493-1210 BREMERTON Employment Security Department 4980 Auto Center Way. 98810 PO 8ox 519, 98310 Labor & industries, Department of 4841 Auto Center Way, Ste 201, 98312 Licensing, Department of 4841 Auto Center Way, Ste 101, 98312 Liquor Control Board 645 Fourth St, 98310 Military Department Army National Guard 120 Union, 98312 Parks Department Illahee State Park 3540 Bahia Vista,98310 478-6460 Revenue Department of 4841 Auto Center Way,#102, 98312 478-4961 Social & Health Services, Department of Francis Haddon Morgan Center 3423 6th St;. 98310 478-4824 State Patrol, Washington District VIII 4811 Warner Road. 98312 478-4646 Veterans Affairs, Department of 4841 Auto Center Way, Sto I03, ~8312 478-4565 Area Code 206 4 78-4941 478-4921 4 78-4984 4 78-4681 478.4812 BPJNNON Area Code 509 Flsheriu, Department Point Whitney Shellfish Laboratory 1000 Pt Whimsy Rd. 98320 795-4681 BUCKLEY Area Code 206 Social & Health Services, Department of Rainier School PO Box 600, 98321 8~9-1111 B U R I EN Area Code 206 Criminal Justice Training Commission Criminal Justice Training Center 2450 S 142nd. 98168 764-4301 BURLINGTON Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Samish Hatchery Box 55, 99233 724-3131 Parks & Recreation Commission Region II 220 Waln.ut St, 982'33 755-9231 CAMAS Area Code 2(;6 Military Department Army National Guard 920 NW Hill St; 98607 834-4162 CASTLE ROCK Area Code 206 Natural .Resources, Department of Southwest Area 601 Bond Dr, 98611 577-2025 CATHLAMET Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Elokomin Hatchery 1318 State I/wy 407, 98~12 795.3608 CENTRALIA/CHEHAUS Employment Security Department PO Box 1187. 98352 Licensing, Department of 112 Harrison Ave, 98531 Liquor Control Board, 1133 Kresky. 98531 Military Department Army National Guard 309 Byrd St, 98631 Natural Resources, Department of Central Area 1405 Rush Road. 9853~ 748.3410 Social & Health Services, Department of Green Hill School PO Box 600, 98532 748-0131 Maple Lane School 20311 Oid Hwy ~, SW, 9853t 736-1361 Area Code 2~6 748-E360 748.2190 330-2422 736-6252 CHELAN Area Code 509 Licensing, Department of 113 S Emerson, 98816 682-5511 CHENEY Area Code 509 Eastern Washington Unlversity Cheney 990~4 859-6200 Military Department Air National Guard Rt 2, Box 153A, 99004 459-6492 CLALLAM BAY Correction-,, Department of Clallam Bay Corrections Center PO Box 5000, 98331 Area Code 206 963-2000 CLARKSTON Area Code 509 Licensing, Department of 604 Second St;, 99403 758-6032 Military Department Army National Guard 721 Sixth St, 99403 758-5818 Agriculture, Deparlment of Grain Inspection Off-me N 115Ma~q. 99111 397-2434 Ucenslng, Department of No~lh 3OO l~ll St. 99111 397-4133 TI55120962
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STATE AGENCIES ;OLVILLE Area Code 509 ~mployment Security Department PO Box 112, 99114 684-2557 ..lcenslng, Department 172 South Wynne S~ 99114 684-6510 .|ilitary Department Army National Guard PO Box 348, 99114-0348 684-4261 qatural Resoureea~ Department of Nodheast Area PO Box 190, 99114 684-5201 COULEE DAM Area Code 509 Licensing, Department of 300 Lincoln, Rm 101, 99116 633-0551 OEMING Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Nooksack Hatchery 6263 Mt Baker Hwy, 98244 599-2841 EAST WENATCHEE Area Code 509 ~'isheries, Department of Rocky Reach Pond Rt. 3, Box 3136 663-8121 Social & Health Servlcea~ Department of Canyon View Group Home 260 N Georgia Ave, 98801 884-1565 ELLENSBURG Employment 6eourity Department PO Box 38. 98926 Licensing, Department of 801 South Ruby St, 98926 Military Department Army National Guard 901 E Seventh Ave, 98926 925-2933 Natural Resources, Department of Southwest Area 713 East Bowers Rd, 98926 925.6131 Parks & Recreation Commission C~mstsad Place Flouts 5, 98926 925.1943 Social & Health Services, Department of Parka Creek Group Home Rt 3, Box 11220, 98926 968-3924 Area Code 509 925.6166 925-9290 ELMA Area Code 206 F|sherlee, Department of Simpson Hatchery Rt 1. Box 140, 98541 426-2369 ENUMCLAW Area Code 206 Military Department 741 S~evenson, 98022 477-3960 Natural Reaourcea, Department of South Puget Sound Area 28329 SE 448th St ,98022 825-1631 EPHRATA Area Code 509 Labor & Indualrlea, Dept of 21 C Street SW, 98823 766-2293 Licensing, Department of 1070 Basin St, S~e B, 98823 754-2392 Military Department Army National Guard A Street SW, 98823-1135 7544541 Social & Health Services, Department of Sunrise Group Home PO Box 1093, 98923 754-3121 Wildlife, Departmetnt of PO Box 850, 98823 754-4624 EVERETT Administrative Heating=, Office of 2922'Colby, 1/103, 98201 Attorney General 1411 Wall St, 98204 Employment Security, Department PO Box 870, 98206 Fisheries, Dep~tment of 430-91stAve. N.~- #7 Labor & Induatrles, Department of 8625 Evergra~n Way, 982(74 Area Code 206 339-1921 339-1760 3394911 339-3876 356-2900 Licensing, Department of 3531 Ruck~" Ave, 98201 339-1205 Liquor Control Board Enforcement Division 339-1901 Stores 339-1897 9502-191h Ave BE. 98204 Lottery, Washington State Regional Office 205 E Casino Rd, 98204 339-1765 Military Department Air National Guard Paine Field,. 98204 Z;81-8432 Army National Guard 2730 Oakes Ave, 98201 339-1741 Revenue, Department of 2020 - 351h St, PO Box 6, 98206 339-1880 Social & Health Services, Department of Administration Region 3 840 N Broadway, 98201 339-3805 Children. Youth & Family Sw Region 3 840 N Broadway, B/dg A ,98201 339-4780 Juvenile Rehabifltetion Region 3 2829 Rucker, 98201 339-1912 Economic & Medical Services Rag 3 840 N Broadway, 98201 339-3995 Health & Rahab. Services Region 9 840 N Broadway, Bldg A, 98201 339-4833 Vocational Rahab. Region 3 840 N Broadway, Bldg B, 98201 339-4868 State Patrol~ Weshlngton District 7 3202.20th Street, 98201 259-8585 FEDERAL WAY Area C~de 206 Ucenalng, Department of 1414 S 3241h, #105, 98003 931-3935 Parka & Recreation Commleelon Dash Point State Park 5700 SW Dash Point Rd. 462.2206 FORKS Correctiona, Department of Olympio Corrections Center HC-80, Box2500, 98331 374-6181 Fisheries, Department of Rt 1, Box 1374 98331 374-9506 Licensing, Depertment of A/mar Building, Box 1154, 98331 374-6440 Natural Reaourcea, Department of Olympic Area F/t, 1 Box 1375, 98331 374-6131 Area Code 206 FORT STEILACOOM Area Code 206 Fieherles~ Deparlmant of Gardson Springs Hatchery PO BOx 94141, 98494 964-72,~8 Social & Health Services, Department of Western Stats Hospital Fen S~e//acoom Bird, 98494 582-89O0 GIG HARBOR Area Code 206 Correctiona, Department of Purdy Treatment Center for Women PO Box 17, 98335 858-9109 Fiaharle=, Department of Minter Creek Hatchery 12710 - 1241h Ave, 98335 857-5077 Hupp Springs 13827- 1241h Ave. SW 857-5011 GLENWOOD Area Code 509 Reherlee, Depallment of YJickitat Hatchery Rt 2, BOx PO, 98619 364-3310 GOLDENDALE Area Code 509 Ucenalng, Department of 203 E Ma]n, 98620 773-5400 GRAYS RIVER Area Code 206 Fisheries. Depzrtm~t of Grays River Hatchery PO Box 768, 98621 455-2~16 HAZEL DELL Area Gode 20~ Licensing, Dept of 8000 N E 13~h Ave, 98665 695-6~2~ HOODSPORT Area Code 2~ Fiaheriea, Department of Hood Canal Hatchery PO BeY 606, 98548 877-5222 HUMPTUMPS Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Humptul~ps Hatchery PO Box 129, 98552 987-2215 ISSAQUAH Area Code 208 Flshedee~ Department of Issaquah Hatchep/ 125 W Sunset Way; 98027 392-3180 Parks & Recreation Commission 20500 SE 56th St, 98027 392-7164 KALAMA Area Code 208 Agriculture, Dap~rtment of Grain Inspeotran Service Todd Road, 98625 577-2142 Fisheries, Department of Kalama Palls Hatchery 3900 Ka/ama River Rd, 98625 673-4825 Lower Kalama Hatchery 673-4~00 KELSO Area Code 206 Employment Security, Department PO 8ox29, 98628 577-2250 Labor & Industries, Department of 711 Wne St; PO Box 240. 98626 577-2200 Rovenue~ Department of 711 Vine St, 986~3 577.2015 Ulllltlaa & Transportation Commission 1823 Baker Way, 98626 577-2040 KENNEWICK Attorney General 500 N. Moraine, #2201 Coml~unlly Development, Dept of 500 N. Moraine, ~2~07 Fisheries, Department of 500 N. Moraine, #12008 Gambling Commission 500 N Morain, Suite 1202, 99336 Labbr & Induatriea, Department of 500 N. Moraine, #1110A 99336 Licensing, Department of 2500 W Kennewick, 99336 LIq=uor Control Board Stores & Agencies Division Enforcement Division 500 N Morain, Ste 1202, 99301 Area Cede 509 545.2216 545-2223 54.5-2034 545-2056 735-0100 783-2197 545-2235 545-2429 KENT Area Code 206 Agriculture, Department of 1313 West Meeker, 98032 872-6480 Military Department Army National Guard 24410 Military Rd, 98032 839-5046 Parks Department Saltwater State Park 2520581h PI. S, 08031 764-4128 KIRKLAND Area Code 206 Ucen=lng, Department of 10639 NE 681h, 98033 827-0318 Municipal Research Council 10517 NE 38~h Place. 98033 827-4334 LACEY Area Code 208 Administration Hearings. Office of Rowsix Bldg. #1 459-6353 Ucenelng, Department of ,¢507 Woodv~ew Dr BE, 98503 459-6753 LAKE'WOOD Employment Security Department PO Box 98848, 98499 TI55120963
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LITTLEROCK Area Cede 208 Corrections, Department of Cedar Creek Corrections Center PO Box 37, 98556 753-7278 LONGVIEW Area Code 206 Corrections, Depfartment of Longv~ew Work Release 1226 - 111h, 38632 577-2211 Licensing, Department of 773 Third Ave, 98362 577-2235 Liquor Control Board 1338 Commerce Ave, 98362 Enforcement Division 577-2390 Stores & Agencies Division 577-2076 Military Department Army National Gufard 819 Vandercook Wy, 98362 577-2023 LYNNWOOD Area Code 206 Employment Security, Department Box 6066 - 1961h St SW, 98036 775-0511 Licensing, Department of 18023 Hvry 99, Ste E & H, 98036 775-1585 MARBLEMOUNT Area Code 206 Flsheries~ Department of Skagit Hatchery 5937 Fish Hatchery In, 98267 873-4241 MARYSVILLE Area Code 98270 Community Development. Department o| 1635 Grove St, 98270 • 659-2556 MATTAWA Area Gods 509 Fisheries, Department of Priest Rapids Facility PO Box 937, 99344 932.4481 MEDICAL LAKE Area Code 509 Corrections, Department of Eastern Washington Pre-Release P.O. Box 300. 99022 456.3131 Pine Lodge Corrections Center PO Box C, 99022 299-5135 Social & Health Services, Department of Eastern State Hospilal PO Box A. 99022 299-3111 Intedake School PO Box B, 99022 299-3111 Lakeland Village PO Box 258, 99022 299-5000 MESA Area Code 509 Fisheries, Department of Ringold Rearing Pond 1871 Ringo/d River Rd., 99343 269-4448 MILL CREEK Area Code 206 Wildlife, Department of Region 4 16018 Mill Creek Blvd, 98012 775-1311 MONROE Area Coda 206 Corrections, Department of Special Offender Center PO Box 514, 98272 794-2200 Tw;n Rivers Corrections Center PO Box 888, 98272 794-2400 Washington State Reformatory PO Box 77~., 68Z72 794-2600 MONTESANO Area Code 206 Flsherles, Department of Coastal Field Station 331 Highway 12, 98563 2494628 Military Department Army National Guard PO Box 111, 98583 249-3259 P=I'P.¢ & R~ra~t|on Commies|on Lake Sylvia State Paxk 249-3621 MORTON Ucensing, Dept of 346 Mellon Rd, 98356 496-5637 MOSES LAKE Area Code 509 Agriculture, Department of Seed Inspection 310 A Cedar St, 99837 766-2328 Fruit & Vegetable Dist. 415 W Third, 98837 765-9121 Employment Security1 Deparlmenl PO Box 1249, 98837 765-2568 Gambling Commission 310 South Balsam, 98897 7G5-0450 Licensing, Department of 1065-A West Broadway. 98837 765-5550 Military Department Building 2801, Port of Moses Lake 766-255 Parks & Recreation Commisfaion Moses Lake St fate Park Moses Lake, 98837 765-5652 Utilities & Transporlation Commission 101 Laguna, 98837 765-5911 MOUNT VERNON Employment Security, Department PO Box 160, 98273 Rsher]as, Departmen~ of 333 E Blackburn Rd" 98273 Labor & Industries, Department of 1220 Memorial Hwy. 98273 Licensing, Department of 1920 South 3rd St, 08270 Liquor Control Board 1900 South Third. 98273 Revenue, Department of 1024 Cleveland, Ste B, 98278 Social & Health Services Aging & Adult Services. Region 3 180D Con~nentM Place, 98273 Area Code 206 428-1300 336-9538 428-1350 426-6179 424-1573 336-9616 428- f432 NABELLE Area Code 208 Fisheries, Department of Naselle Hatchery HCR, Box 430, 98638 484-7716 Social & Health Services, Department of Nasalle Youth Camp PO Box 45, 98638 484-3223 NORTH BEND Area Code 206 Community Development, Department of 50810 Grouse Ridge Rd, 98045 453-6418 Licensing, Department of 1535 Nor~ Bend Blvd. N, 08045 888-4040 OAK HARBOR Area Code 208 Ucenslng, Depfartment of 7208- 700th Ave W. 98277 675-6466 OCEAN PARK Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Willapa Shellfish Laboratory PO Box 190, 08640 665..4166 OKANOGAN Employment Security, Department PO Box 080, 98840 Labor & Industries, Deparlment of 1234 S 2ndAw, Box 632, 98840 Licensing, Department of 105 West Oak $I, 98840 Military Depfartment Army National Guard Okanogan, 98840 Area Code 509 422-2640 422-2551 422-3304 422-3110 OLYMPIA (District and Regional Of/ices One) Conservation Commission Western (~dioe, PV-11, 98504 Corrections, Department of Olympia Work Release 1800- 111h SW, 08507 I=eoto~y, IDep~'tm~t of SW Regional Office 7272 Cleanwater Ln, 98504 Employment Security, Department Olympia JSC, PO Box 9848 Area Oode 20~ 459-6232 566-2731 753-2353 438-78OO STATE AGENCIES 77 II Southwest Region Office 212 Maple Park Dr, 98504 58~5325 Evergreen State College Olympia 98505 866.50c~ Fisheries, D~partment of McAItister Creek Hatchery 10119 Steilacoom Rd SE, 98503 459-6325 Gambling Commission 2625-G Parkmon! Lane SW. 95502 586-4392 Labor & Industries, Department of Olympia Services General Services Bldg, 98504 753.6341 Licensing, Dapt of 509 East 121h #20, 98501 588-0389 Liquor Control Board 2625-C Parkmount Ln SW. 98501 753.6271 Lottery CommlBeion Olympia Regional Office 814 - 4th Ave, 96504 753-3397 Milllary Department Army National Guard 515 S East side St; 98507 753-1480 Parks & Recrefation Commission Region 1 11838 771lay Rd S, 98502 753-7143 Revenue, Department of 11076 Eastside St, 98507 753-3181 So,~Jal & Health Servlc~es, Department of Children Youth & Family Services Rag 6 MS/LK. -12, 98504 588-8985 Juvenile Rehab, Region 6 5000 Capitol Bird, 98504 753-2273 Etanom[¢ & Medical Svcs, Region 6 PO Box 7489,98507 753-4148 Health & Rahab Services. Region 6 714 Trosper Rcl, 98504 753-4873 Vocational Rehab. Region 6 PO Box 2487, 98504 753.2762 OROVILLE Area Code 509 Licensing, Department of 821 Apple Way, 988~4 476-2886 OR'lING Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Puyfallup Hatchery Route 1, Box97, 98360 893-2450 Veterene Affairs, Department of Soldiers Home and Colony PO Box 560, 98350 893.2156 OTHELLO Area Coda 50~ Licensing, Department of 455 East Hemlock. 99344 488-2002 PASCO Agriculture, Depmlment of 1320-B West A, 99301 Corrections, Department of Td-Cities Work Release 527N. Bonneville, 99301 Military Department Army National Guard 127 W Clark, 99301 Pfarke & Recrefatlon Commission Region IV Road40 East, 99301 Sacajewea State Park Road40 East, 99301 Revenue, Department of 2110 W Henry, 08302 545.2442 Utlllllee & T~ansportatlon Commission 1600-0 West Clark, 99301 545-2421 Area Code 509 545-2249 545-2439 545-2409 543.2315 545-2361 PATEROS Area Code 509 Flshede=, Department of Wells FadliW BOx 3, Azweff Rt, 988#6 923-2471 PORT ANnI~LLL'~ A~,= Co,de 2~ Employment Se~urlty, Department FO Box 082. 98362 457-9407 Flsherle=, Department of Elwha Reading Channel 420 Laird, 98362 452-2122 TI55120964
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78 STATE AGENCIES ~ORT ANGELES --'isheries, Department of continued Port Angeles Office 938 MaEne Drive, 98362 457-7509 _shot & Industries, Department of 1026 E First, 81, 98362 457-2572 Licensing, Department of 1026 E First #2, 98362 457-8887 Liquor Control Board Enforcement Division 1601 E Front St ,98382 457-7131 Military Department Army National Guard 420 McCarver St, 98362 457-5201 Revenue, Department of 1601E Front St, Suite A, 98362 457-2564 Utilities & Transportation Commission 2055 Highway 101 E; 98362 ,457-5353 PORT ORCHARD Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Habitat Manager 502 Hight St. #207, 98366 895-4756 Military Department Army National Guard 1950 Highway 160, 98366 876-4746 PORT TOWNSEND Area Code 206 Licensing, Department of 330 Sherman Way, 98368 385-0378 Parks & Recreation Commission Fort Flagler State Park 385-1259 Fort Worden State Park 385-4730 POULSBO Area Code 206 Licensing, Department ol 19045 Hwy 805, Ste 140, 98370 779-5535 Military Department Army National Guard PO Box 1106. 98370 779-3110 PROSSER Area Code 509 Conservation Commission Rt 2, Box 2953-A, 99350 786-2226 PULLMAN Area Code 509 Attorney General Washington State University 436 French Admin Bldg., 99164 335-2636 Conservation Commission NE 1325 Term Vista Dr 99163 332-3333 Licensing, Department o! 980 S Grand, 99163 3342510 Military Department Army National Guard 424 Main St, 99163 335-3117 Washington Slate University Pullman, 99164 335-3564 PUYALLUP Area Code 206 Agriculture, Department of Animal Health Lab W Wash Research & Extension Center, 98371 593-8537 Ucenslng, Department of 230 Hi Ho Shopping Center. 98371 593-8591 Military Department Army National Guard 622- 4~h Av~ SE. 98371 593-8670 Wsshlngton State University Western Wash Research & Extension Center. 98371 593-8540 RAYMOND Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Willapa HatohenJ Route 1. Box 192, 98577 934-5457 Llcenslng~ Department of 218 Commercial St 98577 942-5111 REDMOND Area Code 206 Ecology= Department of NW Regional Off'me 4350- 1501h Ave NE, 98052 867-7000 Military Department Army National Guard 17230 NE gsth, 98052 RENTON Area Code 206 Employment ~,~curlty, Department PO Box 3055, 98051 277-7178 Licensing, Department of 1314 Union Ave NE, 84, 9805~ 277-7230 Revenue~ Department of 919 SW Grady Way#150, 98057 277-7306 REPUBLIC Area Code 509 Licensing, Department of 620 S Clark, Box 637, 99168 775-3789 RETSIL Area Code Z06 Veterans Affairs, Department of Veterans" Home Box 48, Retsi198378 895.4700 RICHLAND Area Code 509 Social & Health Services, Department o! Twin Rivers Group Home 605 McMurrey. 99352 948-4176 RI'rZVILLE Area Code 509 Licensing, Department o! 403 West Main, 99169 659-0711 SALKUM Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Cowlitz Hatchery 2284 Spencer Rd, 98582 985-2655 SEATrLE Area Code 206 Administrative Hearings, Office of 1904 Third Ave, Rm 606, 98101 464-7095 1414 Dexter N, N17-5,98109 464-6322 Agriculture, Department of Dairy & Food Division 15t I Eighth Ave SW,.8303 433-0116 Food Laboratory 2900 NE Blake/y, 98105 543-2009 Grain Inspection Pier 86, 98119 464-6214 Asian American Affair= 110 Prelonteine Place S, 8202, 98104 464-5820 Attorney General Dexter Horton Bldg.,98104 464.7744 University of Washington 112 Admin Bldg, 98195 543-4150 Blind, Department of Servleel for the 3411 S Alaska St, 98118 721..4422 Child Abuse & Neglect Council 1507 W'estern Ave, Ste 605, 98101 464.6151 Communlly Development~ Department of 3600 S. Graham SL, 98118 721-2059 Convention & Trade Center, State 800 Conven~on Place, 98101 447-5000 Corrections, Department of Bishop Lewis House WTR 703 - 8th Ave., 98104 464-7000 Helen Retoliff House WTR 1531- 13th Ave. S., 98114 587-4806 Madison Inn WTR 102- 21stAve. E., 98112 464-5847 Pioneer WTR 220 o 11th Ave, 98122 464-5472 Reynolds WTR 410-4th Ave, 98104 464-6059 Court of Appeal=, Division 1 One Union Square. 600 University St, 98101 464-7750 Crlmlnal Justice Tralnlng Commission 2450 S. 142nd. Burlen 98160 764.4301 Dairy Products Commission 1107 NE 45th Sr,'8205, 98105 545-6763 Employment Security, Department Puget ~ound Regional Off'~e 400 E Pine, 98122 464-7926 Energy Office Western Energy Extension Service 914 E Jefferson 8300, 98122 296-5635 Fisheries, Department o[ Habitat Management 7600 6and Point Way. NE. 98115 51.9-6582 Harvest Management 14514 Whitman Ave. N., 98133 464-6009 Marine Fish 7600 Saod Point Way NE, 98115 5,~-6605 Patrol Shop 2700 W. Commodore Way. 98199 464.6570 University of Washington Fisheries Center 543-4278 Gambling Commission 666 S Dearborn, 98134 464-6466 Housing Finance Commission 1111 Third Ave Ste. 2240 464-7139 Human Rights Commission 1516 Secend Ave, 98101 464-65o0 Humanities, Wash Commission for the 107 Cherry, Ste 312, 98104 682-1770 Industrial Insurance Appeals Board 83 King St, Suite 410. 98104 464-6550 Insurance Commissioner 610 Third Ave, .Suite 650, 98104 464-6262 Labor & Industries, Department of 300 West Harrison. 9811g 281-5011 Licensing, Department of Central Seattle 464- 12th Ave, Ste 100, 98122 464-7331 Greenwood Seattle 320 North 85th St, 98103 545-6757 North Seattle 907 North 135th St, 98133 364-2838 West Seattle 6337- 35th Ave SW, 98126 764-4138 Liquor Control Board 4401 E Marginal Way S, 98134 Distribution Center 464.6076 Financial Division 464-6064 Stores & Agencies Division " 464-6860 Lollery Commission Seattle Regional Office 5963 Corson Ave S.,8106, 98108 764-6465 MIIItery Department Air National Guard Boeing FTeld 99108 764-7201 Military Department Army National Guard 1601 W Armory Way 98119 464-6161 Personnel, Department of 613- 19th Ave E. Ste 101, 98112 464-6863 Puget Sound Water Quality Authority 217 Pine St, Ste 1100, 98101 494-7320 Revenue~ Department of 400 Mercer St. 8100. 98057 464-7653 Soalal & Health Services, Department of • ~eattle Region 4 Office 15111 8th Ave SW#204, 98166 248-4469 Aging & Adult Services 2809-26th Ave S, 98144 721-4053 Children Youth & Family Services 2809-26th Ave S, 98144 721-4135 Economic & Medical Services • 16811 Ambaum Blvd SW, 98166 443-1230 Health & Rehab Services 1700 E Cherry St, 98122 464-5498 ,Juvenile Rehab 2366 Easgake Ave, 98102 464-7768 Vocational Rehab 1700 E Cherry St, 98122 484-7790 Trede & Economic Development, Dept of Business Expansion Division 2001 Sixth Ave, 98121 464-6282 Market Development Division 2001 Sixth Ave, 98121 464-7143 Transportation, Department of Aeronautics Division 8600 Perimeter Rd, 98108 764-413! Ferries. Administrative Office Co/man Dock, 98104 464-6400 Pilotage Commissioners Board Coleman Dock, 98104 464-7818 Un|vecsity of Washington Seattle 98195 543-9198 Utilities & Transportation C~mmisslon 762 Industry Drive, Bldg 16, 98188 575-0750 TI55120965
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Veterans Affairs, Department of Field Office 915 Second, 98 I04 442-5953 SEDRO WOOLLEY Area Gods 206 Natural Resources, Department of Northwest Area 919 N Township St, 98284 856-0053 SELAH Area Code 509 Social & Health Services, Deparlment of Yakima Valley School 609 Speyers Rd, 98924 697-7272 SEQUIM Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Dungeness Hatchery 301 Fish Hatchery Rd, 98382 883-4255 Hurd Creek 281 Faso/a Rd, 98382 683-9555 SHELTON Correctlonsj Department of Washington State Corrections Center PO Box 900, 98584 Fisheries, Department of George Adams Hatchery W 40 Skykomish Valley Rd, 98584 McKernan Hatchery W411 Deyette Rd, 98584 Licensing, Department of 615 W Alder St, 98584 Military Deportment Army National Guard 601 Franklin, 98584 State Patrol, Washington Washington Academy W631 Dayton Airport Rd. 98584 Area Code 206 426-4433 427-0192 427-0193 427-0176 427-0174 426-1661 SNOHOMIBH Area Code 206 Mllilary Department Army National Guard 9825 - 73rd St., 98290 339-1708 Utilities & Transportation Commission 1711 First, 98290 339.1866 SNOQUALMIE Area Code 206 Social & Health Services, Department of Echo Glen Children's Center 33010 SE 99th St, 98065 624-6514 SOUTH BEND Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Nemah Hatchery HRC Box 385. 98586 875.6147 SPANAWAY Licensing. Dept of 220 S 175th Street, 98387 593°2563 SPOKANE Area Code 509 Administrative Hearings, Office of PO Box TAF-C- 14, 99220 536-1329 South 130 Arthur, 99202 456-5076 Agriculture, Department el Food Safety & Animal Health Division N 222 Havana, 99202 456-4057 Grain Inspection N 617 Fancher Rd, 99208 456-2738 Attorney General 1116 West Riverside, 99201" 456-6373 Barley Commission W 905 Riverside Ave, 99201 456-4400 Blind, Dept of Services for Ihe W55 Mission, Suite 3, 99201o2319 456-4458 Community Development, Dapt of E &9 Queen St, 99207 458.3549 Corrections, Department of Cornelius House Work Release W 1215 Mallon, 99201 456-4056 Court of Appeals, Division 3 N 500 Cedar, 99201 456-3082 Eastern Washington State Historical Society West 2316 F~rstAve, 99204 456-3931 Ecology, Department of Eastern Regional Office N 4601 Monroe, Suite 100, 99205 ,L56-2928 Employment Security, Department PO Box TAF C-14, 99220 536-1495 Energy Office N 1212 Washington St. 8106, 99201 545-6150 Gambling Commission E 123 Indiana, Rm 207. ~9207 456-3~87 Governor, Office of W 601 First, 99204 456.4417 Human Rights Commission W 905 Riverside, 99201 456-4473 Industrial Insurance Appeals Board Great Western Bldg, #205, 99201 456.3137 Insurance Commissioner N 1212 Washington St., 99201 456-4490 Labor & Industries, Department of E 3901 Main SL, 99220 456-2930 Licensing, Department of E 11530 Sprague A re, 99206 456-4110 N 85f9 Lidgetwood, 99208 456-4114 Liquor Control Board N 111 Vista, Ste 3-D, 99206 Enforcement Division 456-4185 Manufacturers, Import, Wholesale 456-4 188 • Stores & Agencies Division 456-4185 Lottery Commission Spokane Regional Office 10517-19 Sprague Ave, 99212 456-6343 Military Department Air National Guard Spokane International Airport, 99219 458-5409 Fairchild AFB;, 99011 247-501 ? Army National Guard 2408 N Government Way. 99204 458-5413 PO Box 19038, 99219 458-5409 Personnel, Department of 604 Northtown Office Bldg., 99207 456-5000 Publle Employment Relations Commission W 55 Mission, #1, 99201 456-2922 Revenue, Department of 300 Northtown C)ffice Bldg. ~920 7.024~456.3140 Social & Health Servlcel, Department of Aging Adult Services Admin Region 1 N 1427 Gardner, 99220 483-3610 Children. Youth & Family Services Region 1 N 1425 Washington, 99220 458-2128 Juvenile Rahab. Region 1 2610 Northwest B/vd, 99205 456.3250 Economio & Medical Srvs, Region 1 S 121 Arthur, Suite A. 99220 536-1546 Health & Rahab Services. Region 1 E 115 Indiana, 99207 456,2081 Vocations} Rahab Bldg. Region 1 510 Hutton Building, 99204 456-4420 State Patrol, Washington Distdct 4 W 6403 Rowand Rd, 99204 456-4101 Transportation. Deparlment of District 6 Box 5299, N Central Station, 99201 456~000 Utilities & Transportation Commission East 6204 Dean, 99206 456-3156 Veterans Affairs, Deportment of South 7 Howard, 99204 456-2803 Wheat Commission 409 Great Western Bldg., 99201 458-2481 Wlldllfe~ Department of Region No. 1 8702 N Division St 99218 456-4082 STARBUCK Area Code 509 Fisheries, Department of Lyon's Ferry PO Box 175, $9359 646.3474 STEILACOOM Area Code 206 Correctione, Department of McNeil Island Corrections Center Box 900. 98388 588-5281 Ta~:~na Pm Release Western State Hospital, 98388 954°7225 STATE AGENCIES 79 II II SULTAN Area Coda 206 Fisheries, Department of Skykomish Hatchery 14418 - 383rd Ave SE, 98294 793-1328 SUNNYSIDE Area Code 509 Employment Security', Department PC) Box 747. 98944 837-4904 Ll~nslng, Department of 105 South 6th:, #B, 98944 837-6772 TACOMA Agriculture, Department of Grain Inspection 17 Schuster, 98402 Attorney General 1019 Pacific Ave, 98402 Blind, Oepartmen of Services for the 10209 Bridgeport Way SW, 98499 Corrections, Department of Lincoln Park Work Release 3706 S Yaklma, 98408 Progress House Work Release 5601 - 6th Ave., 98406 Rap House Work Release 3706 S Yakima, 98408 Court of Appeals, Division 2 945 Market St, 98402 Employment Security. Department Western Region 8815 S Tacoma Way, 8122, 98499 Gambling Commission 1201 South Proctor. 98405 Human Rights Commission 901 Tacoma Ave, Suite 110, 98402 593-2026 Industrial Commission 949 Market S~ #424, 98402 593-2910 Insurance Commisaloner 8815 S Tacoma Way, 8120, 98499 593-2627 Labor & Industries, Department of 1305 Tacoma Ave S, 98402 593-2096 Licensing, Department of 6442 S Yaklma; 98408 593-2991 5830- 19th Street W, 98466 593-2311 Liquor Control Board 515 South M Street, 98401 Enforcement Division 593-2084 Stores & Agenoies Division 593-2475 Military Department Camp Murray, 98430.5000 581-1950 Army National Guard 8~1 Alexander Rd, 98421 593-2660 Parks & Reorestion Commlselon Dash Point State Park 593-2206 Revenues Department of 11707-21st Ave S, Suite B. PO Box 44010, 98444-0010 593-2874 Social & Health Servlces~ Department of Administration. Region 5 949 Market St, 8381, 98402 597-3643 Aging & Adult Services 1949 South State St., 98405 593-6160 Children & Family Services. Region 5 1949 South State St. 98405 593-271 t Juvenile Rahab. Region 5 1949 South State St: 98405 593-5943 Economic & Medical Services 1949 South State St 98405 593-2300 Health & Rahab Services. Region 5 1949 South State St, 98405 593-2812 Vocational Rahab Services. Rag 5 1949 South State ~, 98405 593-2350 Oakddge Group Home 8701 Steilaceem Blvd, 98498 964-7252 Western State Hospital Fort Stei/acoom Road. 94999 582-8900 State Patrol, Washington Dis~ct 1 3737 South Puget Sound, 98409 593-2424 Utilities & Transportation Commission 1520 54th Ave. 9842,$ 5~3-2032 Washington State Historical Society 315 N Stadium Way, 98403 593-2830 Area Code 206 593-2064 593-5243 964-9396 593-2295 593.2884 593-2886 593-2970 593-2046 593-2227 TI55120966
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80 STATE AGENCIES TOPPENI~H Area Code 509 Military Department 326 South Divis{on 865-3625 UNION GAP Area Code 509 Utilities & Transportation Commission 2808 Main St, 98903 575-2789 VANCOUVER Administrative Hearings1 Office o! 111 W. 391h, Ste. A. 98660 Agriculture, Department of Grain Inspection Office 1296 Elevator Way Attorney General 500 W Eighth, Rm 110, 98663 Blind1 Dept of Services for the 580 West 8th. Ste 18, MS:S-41. 98660 Blind, State School for the 2214 E 131h St, 98661-4120 Corrections, Department of Clark County Work Release 700 W. 13th St, 98666 Deaf, State School for the 611 Grand BIvd, S-26, 98661-4918 Employment Security, Department PO Box 1209, 98666 Gambling Commission 1801 "D" SL Angelo Plaza 85, 98663 Governor, Of|ice of the 1321 Officer's Row, 98661 Induslrlel Insurance Appeals Board 500 W. 8th, 895, 98680 Labor & Industries, Department of 1040 NE Fourlh Plains Bird, 98622 696-6311 Licensing, Department of 915 MacArthur Blvd, 98661 696-6671 1801 D St, 98863 696-8038 Liquor Control Board Enforcement Division 1514 "E" St, 98666 696-6366 Lottery Commission Vancouver Regional Office 1503 NE 781h St. #4, 98865 696-6127 Military Department Vancouver Barracks, 98661 696-6748 Revenue, Department of 311 W 111h St, 98666 696-61~1 State Patrol, Washington District 5 PO Box 1439, S-18, 98668 696-6162 Transportation, Depatlment of District 4 4200 Main St, 98663 696-6461 gtilitlea & Transportation Commission 11006 NE 1461h St, Ste A, 98685 696-6660 Wildlife, Department of Region 5 5404 NE Haze/Dell. 98663 696-6211 Area Code 206 690-7189 696-6711 696-6471 696-6238 696-6321 699-2166 696-6521 696-6511 696-6783 696-6474 690-4695 WALLA WALLA Area Code 509 Corrections, Department of Washington State Penitentiary PO Box 520, 99362 525-3610 Employment Security, Department Drawer H, 99362 527-4393 Labor & Industries, Department of 1815 PorrJand Ave, 99362 527-4437 Licensing, Department of 145 Jade St, 99362 527-4358 Military Department Army National Guard 113 S Colville, 99362 527-44~4 Utilities & Transportation Commission 2330 N, Eastgate St 8135 527-4481 WASHOUGAL Area Code 206 Rsherlea, Department of Washougal Hatchery 5.85 Washougal River Rd. 98~7I 837-3311 WENATCHEE Area Code 509 Agricutture~ Department of Fruit & Vegetable District Office 123 Ohms Garden Rd, 98801 862-6161 Apple Commlsslon, Washington P 0 Box 18, 98807-0104 663-9600 Employment Security~ Department PO Box 1988, 98801 663-9775 Wenatchee JSC Box 1927, 98807 682-0413 Fisheries, Department of Habitat Management 330 King St, #2, 98801 662-0503 Labor & Industrles~ Department of 123 Ohm Gardens Rd, 98801 662-9713 Ucensing, Department of 1139 N Princeton, 98801 982-51,41 Liquor Control Board 100 - 9th St., 98801 Enforcement D[vislon 662-0408 Manufacturers, Import Wholesale 663-9780 Stores & Agencies 662-0409 Military Department Army National Guard 1230 Filth St: 98801 662-0438 Parks & Recreation Commission Region III 2201 N Duncan Dr; 98801 662-0420 Revenue~ Department of 630 N Ghelan Ave # B-3, 980~1 663-9741 State Patrol, Washlngi.on District 6 2822 Euclid Ave, 98801 " 663-9721 Transportation, Department of Distr~ct 2 1551 N Wenatchea , 98801 662-9641 Wildlife, Department of 3850 Chelan Hwy N, 98801 662-0452 WHITE SALMON Area Gods 509 Columbla River Gorge Commission 288 E Jewet~ B/vd, PO Box 730, 98672 493-3323 Licensing, Department of 158 N E Church St, 98872 493.1131 WOODLAND Area Code 206 Fisheries, Department of Lewis River Hatchery 4404 Lewis River Rd, 98674 225°7413 YACOLT Area Code 509 Corrections~ Department of Larch Corrections Center 15314 NE Dole Valley Rd, VacO/t 98675 696-634 YAKIMA Area Coda 509 Administrative Hearings, Office of 1110 W Uncoln Ave, 98902 575-2147 Agriculture, Department of 2015 S First. 98903 Chemical & Hop Lab 575-2759 Fruit & Vegetable Inspection 575-2756 Da~ & Food 575-2754 Livestock Market News 575-2744 Pestic'~e Management 575-2746 Plant Services Eastside 575-2114 Attorney General 32 N Third St, 8410, 98901 575-24-68 Blind, Department of Services lot the 1600 W Perry Street #D, 98902-5769 575-2014 Community Development, Dept. of 1110 W. Unce/n. 98902 5752190 Corrections, Department of Yakima/Kittitas Work Release 2011 S 641h Ave.. 98903 575-4352 Ecology~ Department of Central F~ional Oflic:~ 360I W Washington, 98~03 575-7120 Employment Security, Department East Regional Office 306 Oi vision St., 98902 ,45~-4161 Fisheries, Department of Habitat Management PO Box 9155, 98909 575-2743 Gambling Commission 901 Summit View, #230. 98902 575-2820 Human Rights Commission 32 IV Third SL. Ste 441. 98902 575-2772 industrial Insurance Appeals Board of 421 E. Chestnut, 98901. 575-2060 Insurance Commissioner 1112-B W Lincoln Ave, 98902 Labor & Industries, Department of 1716 S 18th Ave. 98901 Ucenslng, Department of 2113 W Lincoln 98902 Liquor Control Board Enforcement Division 205 WA Mutual Bank, 98907 Lottery Commission Yakima Regional Office 9 S 5th Ave ,98902 Mlllta~J Department Maintenance & Training Equip Site Yakima Firing Center, 98901 Army National Guard 202 ~ Third St, 98901 Parks Department Yakima Sportsman State Park Rt 9, Box 49-B, 98901 575-2774 Public Employment Relations Commission 32 North Third St., 98901 575-2497 Revenue, Department of 1714 S 161h Ave, 98902 575-2783 Social & Health Services, Department of Region 2 104 N. 3rd Ave. 98901 454-7212 1002 North 16th Ave, 98909 Aging & Adult Services 575~2006 Children Youth & Family Services 575-4200 EMFS Office 575-2290 Health & Rahab Services 575-2330 Juvenile Rahab Services 575-2624 Vocational Rahab Services 575-2159 Ridgeway Group Home 1726 Jerome Ave, 98902 575-2736 State Patrol, Washington District III 2715 Rudkin Road, 98903 575-2320 Transportation, Department of District 5 PO Box 12560, 98907 575-2510 Wildlife, Department of Region 3 2802 Fruitvale Bivd, 98902 575-2740 575-2780 575-2643 575-2775 575-2763 575-2252 575-9300 575-2300 TI55120967
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ELECTIONS EDUCATION 81 Qualifications for Voter Registration Every resident of the State is qualified to vote if he/she: 1. Is a citizen of the United States. 2. Will be 18 years of age by an election day. 3. Is a legal resident of the State of Washington. 4. Has not been judicialfy deprived of his/her civil dghts. Registration of Voters 1. Qualified voters may register up to ~30 days prior to an election. 2. Proof of citizenship such as birth certificate, U.S. passpod, naturaliza- tion p~ers or identicard may be required. 3. Proof of residency such as driver's license, credit card or idanticard may be required. 4. Registration may take place during office hours at county registrar's office or other designated places; in King County with Supervisor of Records and Elections. 5. If voter is disabled, county auditor can authorize door to door registra- tion. ELECTIONS General elections are held the Tuesday altar the first Monday in November. Primary elections are held the third Tuesday in September. The primanj election is not a party election and voters may vote for any candidate regardless of political pady. Party preference is not indicated when registering or casting a ballot. Special elections are held at specified times announced in advance. Absentee ballots may be obtained by applying to the county audtorfrom 45 days to 1 day before an election. The signed ballot must be postmarked or delivered to the county auditor on or before the election day. A voter who is confined to a hospital on election day and was admitted to the hospital no eadier than 5 days before the election may also vote by absentee ballot. If such a ballot is needed, contact the hospital administrator or county auditor. A voter may vote by a special absentee ballot if he or she will be residing or stationed outside the continental United States and will not (or believe he or she will not) be able to return a regular absehtee ballot within the normal period provided for such ballots. The special absentee ballot may be requested 90 days before an election. Disabled persons or those over age 65 may apply for status as an ongoing absentee voter. Absentee ballots will be ~utomatically sent for each subsequent election through January of the next odd-numbered year, at which time ongoing absentee voter states must be renewed. INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM The Washington ~tate Constitution affords its voters two basic methods of direct legislative power--the initiative and the referendum. While diffedng in process, both initiatives and referendums have l~e same effect of leaving the ultimate authority to legislate in the hands of the people. The/nitiat/ve is the direct power of ~ voters to enact new laws otto change existing laws, The referendum give s the vo tars an opportunity to app rove or reject proposed legislation or laws enacted by the legislature. To propose an initiative or referendum, voters must follow procedures outlined by the Public Disclosure Commission and the Se=atary of State. They must dmulate and file petitions containing a number of signatures of registered voters equal to, or in excess of 8% el the votes cast lor the office of governor in the last gubemato~al election. These signatures ==re submitted to th~ for v~lidation. If the proper number of ~gnatures is gathered, the petition is certified for pla~eement on the generaJ election belloL For more inlormalion on the initiathte and referendum see: Washlng~n (State) ,Secretary of State= Inib'a~ve and Referendum Manual. 1981 1990 ELECTION CALENDAR July 4 LEGAL HOLIDAY - Independence Day 6 Last d~y for sponsors to file initiative signatures (RCW 29.79.020).( Signature requiremem is 150,000 for initiatives) Day for independent and minor party candidates to hold nominating convention (RCW 29.24.020) 23 First day for candidates to file (RCW 29.18.025) 27 Filing period closes for m~jor party candidates (RCW 29.18,025) Augu=t 2 Last d=~y for candidates to withdraw (RCW 29.18.10~;) 3 Last day for major parties to till vacancies (RCW 29.18.150) First day to apply for primary absentee ballots (RCW 29.36.010) Firstday to apply for a speciaJ absentee ballot for t~e general election (RCW 29.36.170) 18 Last day to register to vote in primary election (RGW 29.07.160) 29 County auditors to have absentee ballots available for state primary (RCW 29.30.075) ~eptember 3 LEGAL HOLIDAY - Labor Day 17 Last day county auditor may distribute absentee ballots except to hospitalized v?ters (RCW 29,36.010) 18 PRIMARY ELECTION :21 First day to apply for regular general eleven absentee ballot (RCW 29.36.010) County canvassing board must certify primae/returns (RCW ,29.62.020) October 6 Last day to register to vote for general election (RCW 29.07.160) 17 County auditors to have abeentee ballets available for gen- eral election (RCW 29.~0.075) November 6 Last day county auditors may distribute absentee ballots except to hospitoJized voters (RCW 29.36.010) 6 GENERAL ELECTION 12 LEGAL HOLIDAY - Veteran's Day 21 County canvassing board must certify general ele~,-l~on re- turns (RCW 29.62.020) 22 LEGAL HOLIDAY - Thanksgiving 23 LEGAL HOLIDAY {RCW 1.16.050) December6 Last day for Secretary of State to certify general eleven returns. (RCW 29.62.130 State measures receiving favorable majority vote are de. olared law by governor unless effe~Jve data is contained within text o1 measure (RCW 29.62.130) (Dead,'he for ~/ing s~neture~ for InitiaEves ~o the Legida~Jm is Jan 4, 1991) TI55120968
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82 STATE FINANCES STATE FINANCES 1990 WASHINGTON TAX SUMMARY There are no personal income taxes at the state or local level in Was.hington, also, no state or iccel corporate income taxes. The ma]odty ol state tax revenue is obtained from the general and salectJve sales taxes---55.5% of total state taxes and licenses in 1988. The following is a description of major Washington taxes and their rates as of January 1990. STATE GENERAL AND SELECTIVE SALES TAXES RETAIL SALES TAX (RCW 82.08) TAX BASE: Selling price of tangible personal property and selected servtcas ~ rchased by consumers. X RATE: 6.5°/= USE TAX (RCW 82.12) TAX BASE: Privilege otusing tangible personal property co which sales tax was not paid, measured by market value. TAXRA'I'E: 6.5% MOTOR FUELS TAXES (RCW 82.50, 82.37, 82,38) TAX BASE: Sale or use of motor vehicle fuel or special fuels (propane, etc.). TAX RATE: 18¢ per gallon CIGARETTE TAX (RCW 82.24, 23A..47) TAX BASE: Sale, use, consumption, nandi~ng, or distribution of cigarettes, TAX RATE: 34¢ per package TOBACCO PR.ODUCTS TAX (ROW 82°26) TAX BASE: Sale usa etc, of other tobacco products. TAX RATE: 64.9% of who esa a price UQUOR SA~S TAX(I~OW e.2.08.180) TAX BASE; Saces of liquor ana strong beer. TAX RATE: Consumers - 17.1%; Class H - 11.4% LIQUOR LITER TAX (ROW 82.08.150) TAX BASE: Sales of hard liquor (sp~rlts). TAX RATE: $1.9608 per liter BEER EXCISE TAX (RGW 66.24,290) TAX BASE: Brewing or wholesaling of beer. TAX RATE: $2.78 per 31 gallon barrel WINE EXCISE TAX (ROW 66.24.210) TAX BASE: Wholesale sales of wine. TAX RATE: 21.92¢ per liter REFUSE COLLECTION TAX (RCW 62,18) TAX BASE: Services provided by refuse collection business. TAX RATE: 3.6=/0 STATE GROSS RECEIPTS BUSINESS TAXES BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION TAX (RCW 82,04) TAX BASE: Gross income, gross proceeds of saJes, or value of products for ~dvilege of doing business. AX RATE: Major Rates: retailing-0.471%: manufacturing/wholesaling - 0.484%; • eNices - t.~;% PUBLIC UTILITY TAX (RCW 82.16) TAX BASE: Gross operating revenue of public and pflvately owned public service firms(utilities). TAX RATE: Powar/gaslsawedrailroad - 3.852%; water/garbage - 5.029%; urban transportation - 0.642%; motor transportation ~nd all others - 1.926% INSURANCE PREMIUMS TAX (RCW 48.14) TAX BASE: Gross premiums received by licensed insurers. TAX RATE: Ocean marine and trade - 0.950/=; all other insurers - 2.0% STATE PROPERTY TAX STATE PROPERTY TAX-- LEVY FOR SCHOOLS (RCW 82.52.065}~ TAX BASE: Assessed v=lue of taxable real and perscoal propeYoj, adjusted to 100% tree and fair value. TAX RATE: Taxes due in calendar 1989:$3.60 per $1,000 of actual value. STATE EXCISE TAXES IN LIEU OF PROPERTY TAX VEHICLE EXCISES (RCW 82.44, 82,48, 82.49 end 82.50) TAX BASE: Privilege of using vehicles, measured by market value (except for aircraft). TAX RATE: Motor vehicles- 2,454%; carnpers/b'a~ers - 1,0%; aircraft - $20-$12S; pleasure boats - 0.5% PUD EXCISE TAX (RCW 54.28) TAX BASE: Privilege of producing energy bypublic utility districts. TAX RATE: 2.14% of gross revenues plus 5.35% of first 4 mills per kilowatt-hour. TIMBER EXCISE TAX (RCW 8.4,~, ,041). . TAX BASE: Stumpage value ot tJmoer at ~e time of harvest. TAX RATE: 5.0=/0 - public lands: 1.0% - private lands, LEASEHOLD EXCISE TAX (RCW 82.29A) TAX BASE: Rental value of leased publicly owned property. TAX RATE: State tax rate of 12.84% less Ioc~ taxes up to 6%. OTHER STATE TAXES ESTATE AND TRANSFER TAX (RCW 83.100) TAX BASE: Amount of credit allowed rJnder federal estate tax. TAX RATE: No additional state tax. REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX (RCW 82.45,060) TAX BASE: Sales of real property. TAX RATE: 1.28% of sailing price, PARI-MUTUEL TAX (RCW 67.16,108) TAX BASE: Gross receipts of pari-mutuel machines. TAX RATE: 4.0% - 5.0% depending upon total receipts. BOXING AND WRESTLING TAX (RCW 67.08.050) TAX BASE: Ticket s~las of boxing and wrestfing matches. TAX RATE: 5% of gross receipts. FOODFISH AND SHELl.FiSH TAX (RCW, 8~.27.020) TAX BASE: Price paid by nrst commerciaz processor of food fish or shellfish. TAX RATE: Chinook salmon - 5.35%; Sockeye salmon - 3.21%; Oysters. 0.0749%; Other - 2.14% HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE TAX (SB 6085) TAX BASE: Certain chemicals and other products. TAX RATE: 0.7% of wholesale value MAJOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT TAX SOURCES LOCAL PROPERTY TAXES (RCW 64.S~) . TAX BASE: Assessed value of taxable real and personal property (average about 90°/= of true and fair value). TAX RATE: Due in calendar 1989: average local regular and spatial levies $10.15 per $1,000. LOCAL RETAIL SALES AND USE TAXES (RCW 82.14) TAX BASE: Same as state retail sales and usa taxes. TAX RATE: City/county -0,5% to 1.0%; transit - 0.1% to 0.6%. MUNICIPAL BUSINES~ TAXE.S AND UCENSES (RCW 35, 35A) TAX BASE: Gross revenue or ~at fees based on class of business, number 0f employees, et~. TAX RATE: Business - generally 0.05% to 0.2%: utilizes - generally 2% to 6%. ADMI~ION TAXES CITY (RCW 35.21.~80 ) COUNTY (RCW 38.3~.010) TAX BASE: Admission charges to any place or event, except by school,,. TAX RATE: 1¢ per 20¢ of cfiarge (5°/=). GAMBLING TAXES (RCW g.48,110) TAX BASE: Gross revenue of gambhng activities. TAX RATE: Punch boards/pull tabs - 5%; binge/raffles - 10%; amusement game= - 2%; card games - 20% REAL ESTATE EXCISE TAX (RCW 82.48) TAX BASE: S~me as state tax. TAX RATE: 0.25% - 0.75% COUNI~ TIMBER TAX (RCW ~4.33.051) TAX BASE: Same as state tax. TAX RATE: 4.0%- private lands only. Saume: Washingto~ State. Department of Revenue TI55120969
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STATE FINANCES 83 STATE BUDGET SUMMARY ALL BUDGETED -- EXPENDITURES By' Furction, Activity, Character, GENERAL GOVERNM~ lg~9 ~GISLATI~ E=t~at=d Pr~sd ~Mt ~tlons . House of Repressn~s 44.405.400 Senate 29.861.260 ~,~,~2 Leg,s at~e Budget Commi~ee 1,873,~8 1 L~ ~ladve T~ation Committee 2,319,~95 ~4~,~ L~isla~a Ev~ua~on ~ P~r~ Co~l~ - 2'3~,869 2,~,916 ~int L~idaOve Systems ~ommi~e 5,6~,~0$ 5,627,~5 Sm~te Eaw ~ 6,026,077 6,5~,~ Total S~ta Ope~tions 92'330,563 105,~,775 TOf= Legislative 92,330,~3 JUDICIAL Stats Operation= Supreme Court Stale low IJ'bra~7 Court of Appeals Commlssi~n on Judidal Conduct Administrator for the Courts Total Slate Operations Total Judicial EXECUTIVE Office of The Governor Office of Lieutenant Governor Bocre~'~y of State Governor's Once of Indian Affairs Commission on Asian-American Affairs Office of State Treasurer Ollic= of State Aud'~tor Citizens' Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials Office of Attorney General Office of Fin~ndal Management Office of Adminlstmtive Hearings Department of Personnel Deforred .Coml~.nsstion Com.mittee Commtssmn on Hispanic Affatrs Personnel Appeals Boa.rd State Investment ~oare Department of Revenue Board of Tax Appeals O~ice 0! MInodty & Women's Business Enterprises Depa,-tmant of General AdmlnlsVation Department of Informal[on Services Offi¢~ of Insurance Commlsstaner Total State Operations Capital Improvements " Secretary of Slate Office of Financial Management Department of General Adminlsvation Total Capital Improvements Tolal Executive ALL OTHER GENERAL GOVERNMENT State Old_ration= Public Disclosure Commission State Lottmy Corns=lesion . Washington State L~ambling Commission pe. par~l~.en..t of Retirement ~ystems MUnich.. HeSearch_Cound, I Uniform ~.egisl_~tian Uniled States Presioanual Electors Bo=d of Acce.Un_tancy Boxing Commmsion Wcsh[njlon Horse Flaring Commission Liquor ~ontrol Board Board of Phan'na~ . Utilities ~ Trar~po~a~on Commission Board for V~lunteer Firemen Public Employment Relations Commission Total Stats Operations Capita) Improvsmema t/ilila~/ • ~'~1 All ~l.~r TOT,~. olnlral 11,088,076 14,100,391 2,608,178 3,050.604 12,722,558 16,024,375 483,931 768,239 45,216,949 52.O41,629 72,119,692 8a.035,239 72.119,692 86,0~5~Z'38 35,167,291 38.943,559 ~39,101 485,605 9,763,555 11,242,787 281.679 208,949 281,580 309,824 9.996.179 9.757.72~ 26,309'5~6 27,630.470 66,082 76,711 54,t g6,886 8 t ,678,725 22,820'345 27"2~6,735 8,990,451 9,970,372 20,021,920 21.740.903 1,484ol 38 1.744,742 288,374 394,602 807,483 876,335 1 831,342 1,896,083 70'354"518 80.~68.578 1,227.116 1,328,970 1,887.218 2,274.154 85,859,579 95,664,813 t 61,926.244 175.430,8 87 t 0,508,~65 12,540,602 524~207,651 601,913,139 213,000 3,157,000 8,403,555 47,211,404 38,438,840 4z.oss.39d 508,283.04~ 750;937,543 HUMAN RESOU RGES 1987-89 1989-91 ~OClAL/uND HEALTH SERVICES Estimated Proposed Stats Op~ration= Department of Social and Health SaUces 4,399,789.202 5.381.000,645 ~ltal Improvement= Dop:rtmont of So~ial and Ho=lth Service= 40,0~7,(~ 67,755,751 Total Social and Health Services 4,448,857,214 5,44e,756,396 OTHER HUMAN RESOURCF.~ 5tats Op~ratlon= Washington1 State He~dth C~m Authority 3,543,925 4.748`249 Department of Cornmunit7 Development 178,516,357 190,521,252 Human Rights Commission 4,315,799 4,977,101 [:~ath Investigation Council 5,000 10,2o8 Board of Industrial _ln.su.rance Appeals 12,476,802 13,114,700 Washin~ten State crlm,nal Ju~tJc~ Training Commission. = . 8,2~3,620 g,3S2,762 Del~lment of La~" ~rto ina.ust~e . 207,13g,973 262.330,740 Indeterminate Sentence Rev~.ew uoar¢= 3070~687 3,027,606 Department o~. V=etera~.s= Affairs ~0,285,027 33,677,329 Department 0~. ~orr.e~o.ns ..... - ~,~5~,631 ~0~,.971,70~ Deparmlont Ol ¢~orvl .cos ~or me Blmo 9,443,080 10,792,940 Coffections Sta~daros Board 203,640 Hospit~ Commission 3,399.970 3"557.4~ Wcsh ngton Basc Health Plan 27,759,735 106,852,525 Sentencing Guldeffnes Commission 527,865 570,487 Employment Secudty Depattrnant 292.843.259 312.531,395 Total Stats Operations 1,~ 1.381,036;920 ClEItal Improvame~s - ." uepartment of Communi.tX. L~. vetppment 22,082.218 1~3.753,003 Depadment of. .L..ale)or an.~ .]n..ousttlas 63.000.000 De~tment ot veterans' A~alrs 679,0~ 2,056,000 Deportment of Corrections . P..~,309,870 66~o92,574 [~partment of Employment Secunty ._ t,661,000 Total Cap~tal Improvement= 48,071,06a .... 266,7(12,577 Total Otl~r Human B~=oumes 1.196,701,=157 " 1.647.799,097 TOTAL Human Re=oumes 5,645,558,671 7.096.555.493 NATURAL RESOURCES AND RECREATION Slats Ql~r=t]ons - _. Wasfilngten Sta~ Energy umce . 2~,6.5~,004 28,200,~4~ ..W.as,h ngton S_tala Economic Dewlopment Boan:l 729,272 61'300 WaSh n~to.n Centennial Corns{as;on • 9,092'542 1,632302 Co umbra River Gorge Commission 796,440 1,093,846 Depadment of Ecoic.=qy. . _ t49,152,86t 175,474,381 Energy Facility Site ~-wluauon uoun¢il B,859,030 4,097,871 State-Parks a~J Recreation Commission 4D,62~,840 54,295,903 1,922,505 911,054 Intaragenc)t Comma.alas for.Outdoor Recreation 1,702,717 Environmental He~'lngs umce 85~,005 Depanzn_ em of T.rads_& Ec~. n~. sic Developmem 25,97'3,905 State uonservauon uomm~on 646,062 Winter Recreation Commission 27,000 [P~euge t Sound W~ter Quedlt~ Aulhority 4,110,315 par~ment of Fisheries 67,462,876 Department of Wildlife 64,384.318 Depanmenl of Natu~d Resources 141,962,059 Department el Agriculture _ 51.459.485 Slate Convention and Trade uentar 11,955.718 Total ~tata Op~tlcms 27,175,605 766,083 26,375 5.093,417 74,757'389 80,297,348 156,363,404 58.25~.551 21.852.547 607,45t ~37 6~1~68~.2S Cs~Itll Improvsment_= Washington Stale I=ne~/Office =Department of Ecology . . 1`210,292 1.2~7,945 State Parks and Re~'eat~on Commission 9,277,518 19.407,5~5 257'532,476 205,465,446 tnteragency Committee for Outd.oo_r Recreslion 14,611,000 9.454,£~34 9,515,226 8,906,17t ~)epm't~ent of Trade & Economl~ U~velo~mont 33,872,000 23,4Z0,0~0 21,103.421 23,812,260 State Cons~tion Commie=ion 1,524,300 2,484,000 2,104,000 2,195.456 Depar~ent of Fisheries 6,699,991 20,537,778 Q3.5t5 31.18Z 0spar truant of Wildllla 6,368,195 110426,2~0 1,000 Depara'nen~ of NaluraJ Resources 27,549,422 51372,227 1 004,349 1,119.0~ Slate Convention and Trade Center 38,683.000 39,700,000 '103,846 138.165 , 4,299,202 4,489"519 Total C, ap~tal Improvements 250.630.773 5roa.3ro4.502 69,O72,911 05,266,067 1,520.205 1,491,158 TOTAL Natur~! Resouroe~ sod Roost]on 058 082,310 I,249,632,727 24,898,353 26,St5.372 238,797 312,949 TRMgSPORTATION 13,878,105 14,547,8&3 Stats Operation= 1,767,393 1,889,990 Bolrd of Pilotage Co~nmisslon~l 101,89~ 174,9;56 We.shington State Patrol 1~,700.0t0 188`2~4,021 427,284,181 477,508,631 Washington Treffi(= S~.e~ Commission 5,236,892 6,083,950 De~'lment of Licans~ng 140'354.021 145,768.479 Deparlrnent of Tran ==portaao~ 456,499.130 495,6~2,626 8,856,754 18,262,000 County Road Admirdstratlon Board 15,27%980 25.142.631 Tmns~xxt~tion lmprovantan~: Board 61~10.4.41 306.~g7 _1~ Oevek~ment Commie=ion $65,680 1olC:~.954.2.5~ ~ = rartspor~tx~l Cenvni=alon 409,706 608,06~ 112.049.3~ 3~8,755,478 Tote ~l=ts Op~ratlo.= 847.1 O2.297 912.690ol 46 TI55120970
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84 STATE FINANCES TRANSPORTATION 1 g87.8g 1989-91 Cap.].t ai Improvements Estllated Proposed washington State Patrol 7,592,773 32.685,30o Dep~rtment ol Transportation `1,157,091,610 1.198,904,443 Total Capital Improvements 1.164,684,383 1.231,589.743 TOTAL Tranapodallort 2,011,786,670 2,144,479,669 EDUCATION PUBLIC sCHOOLS State Operations Superintendent of Pubiic InstruclJen 6,176'386,921 S;744,670,467 Capital Improvements State Board [or Education 188,861.183 147,000,000 Superintendent of Public InsD'uctJon 140,000 399,450 Total Capital Improvements 169,001,183 147,399.450 Total Public Schools 5.365,388,104 5,892,069.907 FOUR YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES State Operations University of Washington 1.418,948,7t3 1,564,0~8,746 Washington State University 426,508,646 462,796,519 Eastern Washington University 91,077,064 g6'363,607 Cen~el Washington University 82,293,022 88,770,109 The e:vergreen State College 44,420,26'1 47,859,691 Western Washington Unlverslty 99,2190819 109,459,926 Total State Operations 2.162.407.525 2,309,308o987 Csp!tal Improvements University of Washington 81,035,143 199,142,382 Washington State Universibj 58,324,905 83,633,000 Eastern Washington University 12,456.720 19,946,239 Centrel Washington University 9,786,888 17,332,100 The Evergreen State College 18.193,000 3°696,660 Western Washington University 9,597,080 83,071.000 Total Caplt at Improvement= 184,303.716 356,821'381 Total Four Year College and Universities 2,346~861,241 COMMUNITY COLLEGES State Operations Community College System Capital Improvements uornmuni~y College System Total Communlly Collage-. ALL OTHER EDUCAllON State Opera.lions Compact tot Education . - . Higher Education Coordlnaung uo~,d Washington Institute of Applied Technology Higher Education Personnel Board State Ubrary Washington State Arts Commission Washingtp.n Stats Historioal Society Eastern washington. State Historical Society State Capitol Histencal Association Total State Operations Capital Improvements Washington Lnstitu!e of Applied Techolegy Washington ~tete Historical Society Eastern Washington State Historical Society State Capitol Historical Assoclat~on Total Capital Improvements Total All Other Education TOTAL Education ALL OTHER EXPENDITURES ALL OTHER PROPOBED APPROPRIATIONS Stale Operations Agency Revisions S~ateEmployee Compensation Adjustments K-12 Comi0ensatien Adjustments Contdbu~ns te Re, foment Systems Total All Other Proposal Appropriations PAYMENTS TO PoLrrlCAL SUBDIVISIONS State Operations S~ Revenue D]suibut~ons m Local Govern~nenl FederaJ Revenue DLstributions to Local Govemmen~ Total Paymzntsto Polltloal Subdivisions BOND RETIREMENTAND INTEREST State Operations Bond R~tiremen¢ and Inters= Total Bond Retirement and Irderaat 2.726,130,368 6 t 0,852,781 660,983,320 55.604,140 119,114,306 666,456,921 780.097,626 84,500 92,300 56.821.061 S9.752,467 2,318,244 4,415.330 1.892,848 2.067"379 27,638,826 29,202,798 4,523,486 4,856,g94 1,293,953 1,211,345 852,824 937,559 869,178 1,237,097 96,294,910 103,773,269 5 525 000 475,000 '4to'.ooo ~.204,soo 883,000 830,800 11,000 7,941,10Q 6,829,000 11,541~400 103,123~910 115=314,669 8,481=830f176 9,513,612,570 (s,,~7,~)... 2~7,m~,1~; ~2~,111.0~ 129"200,000 114'300.000 591,331,162 694.081.0CO 780,706,292 59,088,601 70.~0,OO0 753,169.601 8.51 ;566,292 750,289.267 866.757.333 OTHER BUDGETED F_YJ:=ENDITURES State Specml Approprait~ons to the Governor Bolamd Claims Sundry Claims Capital Improvan'mnts Sl~ecial Appropriations to the Governor Total Other Budgeted Expenditures SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET ITEMS State Operations Stets Law Library Supreme Court Commission on Jud|daJ Conduct Secretary of State Board of Tax Appeals Department of Social and Henlth Ser~ces Human Rights Commission t3eparu'nent or' Labor and Industries Depar~ent of Neural Resources Department of Agnculture Convention and Trade Center Dep_artment of Licensit~g Traffics Safety Commlsslon l~partrnant of Transporta.tion Superintendent of Public mstnJCtion School for the Blind School for the Deaf Washington State University Sta,.¢ Revenues for Distribution Federal Revenues lot Die~ribution Sundry Claims Batatdd Claims University ol Washington _Department of Ecology L;entennla.I Commission Bond Retirement and Interest Lieutenant Governor Total Stato Op~ratlon= Capital Imj~rovaments M~lltery L~epa~trnent Park~ and Recreation Department Total Capital Improvements Total Supplemental Budget Items TOTAL ~JI Other Expenditures TOTAL EXPENDITURES - ALL BUDGET FUNDS '19,916,562,664 1987-~q 198g-91 E.tt|matsd Proposed ... 26.428,OO0 .. 1.140.000 ... 144,843 ,.. 9,417.000 ... 37,129.843 42,924 ... 600,GO0 ... US,GO0 770,OO0 .. 39,000 ... 40,702,000 ._ 140,000 ._ 8,768'331 ... 14233,000 ... 1,778,000 ... 176,57~; ... 14.2~6,OO0 ... 16,500 ... (30.7OO) ... 155,193 -. 3,531,OO0 ... 1,066.OO0 ... 10,000,GO0 .-. 133,016 ... 3,318,320 ... (5.590.000) ... (120,OO0 (32,272°4~3I 27,583 81,370.29g ... 748,000 ... 182,118,299 .,. 1,752,350,701 2,346,784,630 23,789,645,496 ALL BUDGETED FUNDS--REVENUE By Sourc~ REVENUE BY SOURCE 1987-89 1gag-el TAXES Estimated Proposed Retall SaJas T~ S,097,~7.181 5.65g.4~.g75 Busi~ ~d ~u~don T~ 1.8~,622,1~ 2,0~,~.402 Com~n~no.T~ 361,925.5~ 431 ,~2,942 H~ardous ~ubstence Tax 01,089,916 57,~2,~ ~tor Vehicle Fuel T~ 770,~3,737 7~,~,5~ Use Fuel T~ (~er T~n ~ Fuel) 117,553,485 119,8~,294 Liter T~ ~]qu~ ~,531,~6 83,~5,~ Liquor S~ - Surcharge 19,4~,953 19,~6.1 Liquor ~/~ 52,752,975 53,~ ~0 Dis~ibu~on of ~t ~d ~ne T~ - Sur~arges 2.8~,~7 2.8~.~ Cigarette Tax 243,127,851 2~.6~,7~ O~er To~ Pr~ucm T~ 18.113,~8 19.076.917 Refuse Colte~on T~ 21,5~,470 24,~7.~ Insu~n~ Premium T~ 189.735.4~ 216.11S~ Public U~ T~ 271,~,779 3~,~,0~ Public Udli~s Ois~i~ T~ ~,6~,038 42.873~ P~u~l= T~ 18,115,316 18.~1 Amusem~= T~ 1~.740 164.~ Boa¢ Tax 7.~,921 10,624,017 Pro~T~ 1,245,785,~7 1 ~,4~,7~ Ex~ T~ - O~er 25,611,0S6 28.~.~S Inhodt~Es~te T~os ~,782,$77 36,873~ Gi~T~ 78,1~ Re~ Est~e ~se T~ 301 ~9,185 ~7,707,4~ ~mr VeNds ~dse T~ 6~.OO5 7~.379,~ Leased Exd~ T~ 15.8~,~6 17.~.~8 Com~mial Fi~n~Pri~l~e T~ 8,751,754 9,~1,791 C~ve~ T~ (~) ~ar T~es 70.876 40,~ PeniSes ~ Intreat ~,005,~7 ~m~rT~ 111~7,6~ 140.~1,1~ Total T~ 11.~0,918,0~6 12.~.171,~7 UCENSES. PERM.S AND ~S ~ts U~s ~ P~i~ 1.1~9,700 1 ~,~ ~s 67,~ 71~17 ~ Aq~m L~nses ~d F~s ~.151,~0 ~.310 37,~ ~ ~ai~ Priests ~ ~,2~ ~2,42t ~t~ ~s ~,~ 626~ TI55120971
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REVENUE BY SOURCE 1987-89 lgBg-gl LICENSES, PERMITS AND FEES Estimated Proposed Athledc licenses 6,905 6,.900 Gambl;ngLicenses and Fees 8.385.967 6,672.083 Ba~kingLicensos and Fees 3,471.024 Barber Licenses 86.957 89~757 Property Tax Exemption Application 160,349 250.(]00 Hearing Aids Consultants 190.668 257,929 Cemeteff Fees 12109~6 163.401 Land Safes Disc~asure Act 70,825 81.308 Certified Psyctzologist licenses 406.227 ,.K47,688 Charitable Funds Salidtst~on 20.293 20,000 Cigarette Fees and Licenses 263.913 282.000 Commercial Driver Schools Fees 8.297 7.854 Contractors Registration 2,45"7,000 2,588.000 Collection Agencies Licenses 244,972 263.618 Gross SeedBuming Permits 30,521 25,000 Corporation Licenses and Fees 16,190,428 13,600,000 Debt Adjuster License 5O0 500 Electric;d Licenses 9,070,897 14,116.965 Esc~ow Transaction Licenses 257,643 247,343 Employmem Agency Licenses 41,902 52.269 Engineering and Surveying Licenses 1,428,881 1.998.48~ Education Institutions Heg~sV~tion 267,170 269.000 Farm Labor Licenses 30,200 31.750 Firearms License Fees and Permits 598.348 278 024 Commemial Rshing Licenses 2,060,423 2,1001000 Franchise Licentes 269,322 272,854 Funeral Licenses 330,370 376,262 Health Fees arid Licenses 3.716.097 4.333.936 Horse Racing Licenses and Fees 688,670 452,106 Fishing Licenses-O=her 42,027,415 47.491 ~007 Insurance Licenses and Fees 5,114,000 E,400,000 Libnuian Ce~ficares 910 1,000 Liquid Fuel Licenses 72,000 72,000 Landscape Architects Licenses 55,745 64,918 Flrewor~ Licenses 56.000 62,(~o Dental Licenses 1,555,314 1,922,394 Medical License.,; 4,265,327 6,001 746 Motor Vehicles Licenses, Permits. and Fees 315.765.148 . 333,0481~03 Motor Vehicle Operator's License and Permits 32,222.931 31,848.078 Automobile Salesmen Licenses 2.617.376 3,566,520 Notary Fees and Commission of Deeds 520,439 545,379 Licensed Practical Nurses Licenses 827.112 1,006,182 Recjisrered Nurses Licenses 2,082,739 2.754,969 Opticians' Licenses 134,894 171,813 Optemeuis~' Licenses ~30,300 422,048 1 '382,651 1,030,000 Pharmacy Licenses Puget Sound Pilots' License 142,206 166,500 NursingHome Admtnisb'ator Licenses 223,018 272,624 PowerUcenses 311,804 311,800 Public Utilities Regulatory Fees 24,301,000 20,791,000 Business Opportunity Ucense 2',469 2,608 Real Estate Ucenses 4.633=132 6,383.460 Sawao.e Treatment Plant Operator Fees 72,,575 100,0~0 Safety Inspection Licenses and Fees 5.519,098 8.051,487 Savings and Loan Licenses and Fees 1,400,805 1o818,902 Deularist Licenses 8,647 9,070 SecurJ~ Licenses, Permits and Fees '~5,556,050 1~4,318,176 Occep_ational Therapists Licenses 124.171 2~6,027 Boat Registration Fees 2,494.481 3.271,946 Tax Exemplion Permits 836.479 DJs~butJon of Liquor License Fees - C~ass H 7,572,248 VemBmzrisn Licenses 888,969 492,847 Dislr~bution of Liquor License Fees - Class A-F 1,076,268 1,226,000 Water Code Fees 3 '331,344 7,340,000 Well Diggers Licenses 22,065 18,000 Weather Modification Permlzs 340 Log P-trol Ucenses 21.154 122,0~ Mardage Ucenses 1,125,000 918,630 .Master_License .l~.. linquency Fees 1~6,257 130,094 z:xdse lax HeglstratJon Ce~ficetiort f,$20,548 Hazardous Waste Fees 7,258,896 9,gO0,0OO CartlOad Acel~uncturist Lleenses 88.681 159.128 Replacement Tire Assessments 43~.620 485"5~0 Olher Licenses and Permits 20.001.230 22.475.546 Total License, Permits and Fee= 889,707,527 646,494"549 FEDERAL GRANTS-IN-AID ~e entral Service Suppea-Cost Recoveries 1,360,000 1,200,000 pertinent of Agriculture 279,578,578 319,417.533 Department of Commerce 28,993.773 31,944,244 Depertnzent of Defense 74.247.421 89.053,fl25 Department of Health and Human Services 2.210,658,306 2.650.727,4t8 Department of Housing az~d Urban Development 87,554,738 40,230.158 Depertment of the Interior 21,054 183 27,114,665 Department of Justice t 1,297:(~82 14.189.352 Department of Labor 269,434,809 281,137,323 Dep~cment of State 9,188,452 10.107.932 Department of Transportation 792.471,400 775.077,506 Dep;ulment of the Treasury 550,465 648.169 Enerw Research and Development Administration 23.455.005 26,199,327 Office of Personnel Mar,,agement 28,000 Equal Employment Opp?.rtunity Commission 808,~1~:1" 623,472 General Ser~ces 30,500 61.000 .N.atJonaJ Aemr~ulJcs and Space Adtrdnisuation 9,804.666 11.651.689 N~tJan~ Feunda~n ~n Arts and Hum.~,dti~.¢ 2.020 550 1...qS4.338 National Science Founda~on 87_.358~542 72.113.598 Sm~l Busin~ Admbl~s~mtion 2.3~0 ,84 8 2,436"596 .T.enr~ssee Valley Authod~ 30,000 75,000 veteran's AdminJsb~tJo~ 9°765°372 10,g~56.287 Environmental P~omcdan Agency 2~,~18.~24 .Acllon 1.708.000 STATE FINANCES 85 REVENUE BY SOURCE FEDERAL GRANTS-IN-AID Nuclear Regulatory CommOtion FederaJ Emergency )~anagemem Agency _ _D~o~u'tmen~ of Educa~on Miscellaneous Federal Revenue Total Federal Grantr.-tnoAld CHARGES AND MI~CELLANEOU~ REVENUE Treasury Investment Income income From Praperty Parole Suparvisian Assessment Fines and Forfeitures Litter Control Revenue Patient Care Treasury Deposit Income Local Investz~ent/Interest Income Unclaimed Monies Sale o! Property -Timber Sale of Property - Other Support Enforcement Services Fees Charges tor Services Publications a~d Documents 8card. Ro~m and Meals - Employees Bcard~ Room and Meele - Residents Tuition and Fees Filing Fees ~d Legal Services Highway Construction and M~intanance Property and Resources Management Czher Charges for Current Services De.cared S1udent~ Fees Miscellaneous Student Fees Energy Faciflties Application/Monitoring Fees Indirect Cost Reimbursement Private Contributions and Grants Local Government Contributions and Grants Stats Government Contribution-, and Grants Grant Repayments ..... Sates of.Goads and ~uppdes - Prop z-unes Bond Praceeds LoP.sty Ticket Pr~ce~l. s ~Opamting Transfers In _uperadng Transfers Out uash Over. and Short Nonsuffieisnt Fund= Checks Other Revenue Total Charges and Mlsc-qlaneeus Revenue LIQUOR REVENUE Dls~butian of Excess Funds" Prafits f~r Administrative Expendilures Total Uquor Revenue IN~URAN(~E TRUST REVENUE Workmen'e Compensation Con~'ibu(fons Volunteer Firemen Fees, Dues and Penalties Total Insurance Trust Rlvenue OTHER FINANCING SOURCES Cancofled Warrants - S~atutory _Re¢overins of Current Biennium Expend~Jres H_ecover!es of Prior B~ennlum Expenditures Hecovenes of 51udenl RnandaJ Aid Expenditures Operating Transfers - Debt Service Reimbursements Operating Transfers * Sales Taxes Operating Transfers * Fiscal Agent Total O~har Financing Sources TRANSFERS Adm~nistnz~ve Revenues Dist~buti.on of Uquer Profits Transfer to Tort Claims Reveling Fund SEIB Transfer M~aJl County Assistance Aceount Transfer cellaneous Equity Transfers Total l"r=nef~r= 1967-~ 1989-91 Estimated Proposed 15.800 23.000 32.664,~5 S,339.2~t ~,~,~27 337~4. I ~ 1 ~,773 2~ 4,251.1~,~ 4,~5,~5,0~ 50.007.180 51,838,021 57.828,812 62.079.110 429.000 428.000 83,,L38,438 81,969.213 6,296.292 6,866,040 28.193.4t 2 26,850.984 150.422.996 136.999,82_.5 32,777.073 33,968,563 1,815,981 1,820,07o 201,638,673 296,950,705 7,743,724 5,198,601 7,185,000 9,257,000 775,113,409 839.715,047 19,936,353 21,104,597 726,896 572,820 95,000 100.000 329.750,292 357.705,563 8,483,849 3,509,401 23,2'34.471 29.406,738 24,99~,337 21.263,148 1,99~,000 3,~ 07,000 74,158,373 71,256 ,..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'~ 8,406,353 8,776,126 3,715.704 3.942,351 11,637"216 12,108,266 142,660,460 158.6~4,188 ~30~940,770 66,327,017 18,629,392 17,005,9~5 8,547,971 1,874,429 45,372,467 52,916,778 703,415,000 1,078,97t,000 444,483.105 494,000,~0 478,998,335 796,084,517 (359,033,109) ($47,639,416) 553 4~,851,487 22.638,771 3,53t ,427,434 4,197,615,891 42,620,000 41,250,000 89,057,610 95,266,067 13f,677.610 136,516,067 184,070,957 303,025,981 238.797 312.949 184,309.754 303 '338.930 53,715 ... 4,000 4,941,109 ~ ~0,700 100,000 13,844.941 16,614,192 ('~) ._ 19,oo4,465 ~3,938,io3 1 670 304 1 42:620:000 41,127,000 (~3,928,132) (14,000,000) 2,700,D00 ... (~oo,ooo) ... 690.000 ._ 23,752,172 134.453,196 TOTAL REVENUE By Scums sS~u,UtC~. : S.~. le=ol Washington Cun~n! law Operadn9 Budoe~, 1989-91 Bienrdum. ~'~ oy Governor Boo~ Gardner, December 19~,. TI55120972
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~6 GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION WASHINGTON STATE 90,~d f~ T//~I Courl Educ~ C~Of~S,~,.,r. C~ JUDICIAL BRANCH ~ Fou~l~ ~ W~n ~Pa~ SUPR~E COURT R~er d ~ THE ELECTORATE EXECUTIVE BRANCH CGOVERNOR External Operations Governmental Operations Press Office Special Policies Regional Offices .4fF~'~Jl~e Action Policy Con~nicee A~dSo GoYBrnor's Ta~k Fo~ on G~'~ Co, riG7 of Economic A Governor's Office of Indan Affairs State Medal of Men~ Other Govet~ot~ advlso~ comndlees #sled with vadou~ =taro agendas ELECTED STATE EXECUTIVES I STATI~ AUDITOR Divisions of: Departmental Audits Municipal Corporations IF pusuc .os ,.SURA.CE ~ DEPAR~EN~OF ~i Comply Supe~is~n JNATURAL RESOURCES/I Rates & 5ti~s / ti Consumer PreSSmen Resource Pro~don ~wices Engin~dng Fin~ ~wices Fire Con~ol Forest L~d ~nagement G~logy & Ea~ Resource ~nd Leasing & Recrea~on Divisi~ DEPAR~ENT OF Info~afion Management I AGRICUL~RE* Aquatic Rescues Forest R~ulation & Assist~ Agd~ltuml De~lo~ent ~mber Sales D~W ~d F~d . Real Es~te Chemi~l & Plant ~d~ ~omm~i~ Insp~on F~t P~ B~ ~vest~k BI~ ~ OF ECOLOGY* Air Programs F~ ~ ~id & H~us W~ta Rem~al Ac~on S~ml~ds & C~s~ Zone ~ater Quali~ ~~ ~ ~vlronmen~! ~ ~ ~ ~ Hearings Office ~ ~ ~ C LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Senate President L /r~uran~* Advbo~ F_~r,/n~ Boa,# NATURAL RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENT PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION Administrative Services Operations Resources Development Winter R#cr~tlo~ ComnzP~lon Energy Office* Eneq~, AC.~ory Cound/ N~cla,zt Waste ,~ ~ Energy Facility site Evaluation Council" Cons~rvation Commission Puget Sound Water Quality Authority DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES" Madne Fish Salmon Administration Shellfish Cdumbla Riv~ Fi~hed~ Advbo~/ Bd on ~ Reducffon SN~ Ch~ B~t Bd # R~ SN~n L~ ~ B~ # Wildlife Commie=Ion DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE Lands & Engineering Habitat Management FLshedes Management IWildllfe Management Wildlife Enforcement AdminislxatJve Services Information & Education Interagency committee for Outdoor Recreation TI55120973
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GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION 87 I GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION LEGISLATIVE BRANCH ELECTED STATE EXECUTIVES I ._Operations Deputy Attorneys General . Gash Management Assistant Attomeys General Treasury Accounting Informations Systems )~. "~ ('- SUPERINTENDENT OF "~ ~ECRETARY I; / PUBLIC OF STATE ,~.~%, INSTRUCTION Di~dons of: ~l STATE BOARD OF Ar~ives-Re~s ~agementCo~ra~ons ~1 ~UCA~ON Elections RKo~d~ ~./.con | Executive Services D~.=~ P,~-~o, ~ R~ ~.~. ~ . Hn~dal ~s Hr rams ~=~ R~ ~a~ l. ~ . --. ..... EDUCATION Higher Edu.tlon I ,ns~ceona, pr~s & ~=s Hl~orlcal Agencies State Universities Coordinating Board ~ern WashlngtonState Central Washington A~demlc Aff~ c~ 1. c~ ~e ~ko~ Rna~=l Affaks &lnfo~on Historical Society University Sys~ms . ~ F~t~ State Capital ~ispla~d Homemaker Proje= P~ Historical As~elatlon Eastern Washington ve~ans Edu~on University ~u~ P~ ~ Wa=hington State F~ ~ Historical ~clety The Evergreen State N~G~tA~~ Unlver~ of I A~= ~mml~lon Washington State Board for Vo~tlonal Eduction . ~M~ T~kF~ T~h~y Washl~gto~ State Job T~ning A=sis~n~ Dl~sion Human~es Unlversi~ Sp~lal Pr~r~s Division ~mmlsslon Pla~in~, Re.arch & Eq~ Job Skigs P~ Western Washington R~al Uniwrsity Higher Edu~tlon I I _ .. I Pub,c ~i~s Divis~n ~ ....... ~ ~...~ I ..... I uou~cll oR I ~ Agency S~i~s Planning I I Vo~tlonal Education I ~ment ~.uw • F~ ~ E~ A~ Bd U W ~t~e#F~R~~UW I, I Pl~Nng l ~opment o~,~ ~R~ ~ T~ni~l ~l~s Division I State Board for I ~ p~u~lpn~E=~r I ¢ommun~ ~llege I ~ ~ TI55120974
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88 GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES* Health & Rehabilitation Services Economic & Medical Services Children Youth & Family Services Aging & Adult Services Productivity & Administration Legislative & Community Relations Planning & Evaluation Aging, Coundl on A~ohoF~m & Dn~g AddMk~, C#~ze~ Adv~o~y Coundl on Chldren Youth & Fanllly Se~,~ces Adv Comm Chldren~ Justice Task Fo~e Deafna~, Adv~ory CommM~ on Drag Fetmu/a@" Adv~oty Commltt~ Family k~dep#~t~,~e P~'o~jrarn Advkoly Comm Fam~ Planning Advl;o*',/ Commltte~ Financial Responsb~)¥ Slud¥ Ov~sigM Corn Incx~n~ Assistance Advisory Corr~itt~ Juvenile Jus~/ce Advl~ety Camm~eeo Gov~ Juvenile Jus~ce DiR:ositio~ b~andat~s Corr~n Mental Health AdvL~o/y Con',m#tee R~diMlen Control Advfsoty Camml~le~ Raluge# Program Advi*o~y Couacil R~lugae Program Advisory Council Regional Adv~ory Commt#e~ Soda~& Health S~ices Advisory Comm Supper1Enfomemant, Exec Task Force on SuppoSed Emp/oymem Initbth'e Gov Bd. Technical Review Con*~d~fee 7~/~ XIX AdYi~oq, Co.'nn~e Victkn¢ ~¢ Sexua/A~sauit Adv~ Task Force Vo~atlonal Rehab~tat~n Ad~ty Con~m Washington Basic HaaRh PJan Wate~ a Wastewater Op~alor¢ Ge~lfflcatlon Boa~d d Advi~ FOR THE BUND* I I Advboly Comm~ee on Sta]e PmgFdn~ for the BYnd ~tate School for the Blind State School for the Deaf Human Rights Commission HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH * HIV/AIDS & Infections Diseases Ghronic Disease Prevention Environmental Hea~th Ucensing & CerlJfic, ation Laboratories Management Services. Health information Acu~unc~umAdv~m#Benrd vllDS Govemo~ T~,k Fon~ Chiropr~cfk~ D~c~nar~ Bo,~d Chn~i~ Disease AdvL¢o~ Comrr~e~ Board d Chrropractic Comm /or t.Jctm~k~g Dental Bo~rd d DentN ExanY.,~ DLsp~n~/ng Op~ic~n~ Exarr~/ng Comm. Emergency Medical Setvic~ Adv~ Cou~dl ~ Headn9 Aid~ Henl~ Gale Fac/l~l~ Authority Henl~h Coordl~ffol) Cout~clf Henl~h, ~tate Board ol Ho~pitN Commi~ien Tech Advisory Comn~ Ma~.sa..oe, State Beam el Medlca/ Dlsc~l~naly Board Mktwilery Adv~ Committee Stale Boald of Mad/ca/Exarr~n~ Nms~r~g Home Advi~o~ State Boaml of Examine~ for NuPJP, g N~tuto~athi~ Ad~bo~y Occu/~f~t= Ex~l~nin# ~ State Board el Health Asian-American Affairs Commission Commission on Hispanic Affairs I African American Affairs I Commission I EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT* Divisions of:. Employment Services Field Operations Training Program Services Unemployment Insurance Covemor'$ Corm'~ee ~x~ DisabNty Tra/nln:j at4 E:rp~/mem Employman! ~ecurgy Depanm~t A~visoty Counc# Job TF~iNng Coonfinallng Council DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIES* Industrial Insurance Division ESAC Division Building & Construction Safety Inspection Services Industrial Safety & Health Division Ap~rentlce~h~ and Training Councfl Board el Boik~" R El~tE, ca/ Board El~vak~'Ady~my Board Fa~"f~, ,4~enYabd St~ur~ Advbo~y Board Indu~t#~l Ir~u~ Medleal Adviso~ Indus~#al Ir~uran~ Compeasati~ Advis~y B~atd Induutfa/ Sa~y & He~h AdvP~ Boa/d P/umbers' Adt, f.soq, Board PJght.to.Hnow Indu~t~N Inautano~ Ap~ Office of Minority & Women's Business Enterprises" DEPARTMENT OF" VETERANS' AFFAIRS Personnel Division Administrative Services Field Services Soldiers Home & Colony Veterans Home S~ate V~ Advk~ory C, omm/t/ee TRANSPORTATION | WASHINGTON STATE PATROL" Support Services Bureau Administrative Division Technics] Division Reid Operations Bureau Region I Region I1' Aviation Division Commercial Vehicle Division Traffic Safety Commission Transportation Commission DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION" Divisions: Aeronaut,s Highways Mar~gemont Services Marine Transpor, a~n Planning Research & Public Transportation Administration Board IUTILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION* tl IDEPARTMENT OFTRADE ~&l ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Business Assistance Center Communications Investment Opportunities Office Local Development Market & Targeted Industries Tourism Development DIv. CINTRAFOR {F~ms! Products) C~munly Ecx~on~c Rewrat/zat/on Exporl As$1st~nce ]ntematloflal Trsde A,ss~ance AdYiso~ Count Td.Cities D~/erd[=a~ian C~mmittee SmalI Busl~e~ Improvement Publla Pods Task Force BJate~hnok~cjy Target Secf~ Food Preceding Targeted Secfor Subcorn~ Pa~iF~ NW Eaonon#c Partnemb~ Bu~J.e~ & Job Refent~on Adv~o~'T Comm. Fermi Pmduc~s Advia~y Comn~Pt~ Ch~Td C~[e FaciEt)" Fund Can~lttte~ I DEPARTMENT OF I CORRECTIONS* Divisions of: Prisons Community Services Offender Programs Employee Services Institutional Industries Asst Attorney General Cor~ecllona/ {ndustrles Boar~ ol Direness Indeterminate Sentence Review Board Sentencing Guidelines Commission Criminal Justice Training Commission LICENSING AND PROFESSIONS DEPARTMENT OF UCENSING* Business & Professions Admin Business Ucense Sewice Drivers Services In.formation Systems Management Operations Vehicle Services Dealers & Manufacturers Con~ "fil~e & Registration Control Prorate & Fuel Tax Con~'ol Professional Ucensing Real Es.tpte/Land Development/ Ilmesnare/Camp Clubs Securities/Franchises Driver Improvement _R .n~nc~2[ Ra.~n~ibility unvor up~Pabon s Board of Accountancy TI55120975
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GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION 89 GENERAL GOVERNMENT DEPT OF GENERAL ADMINISTRATION" Administrative Services Capital Management Employee Services Facilities Management Procurement Property Management Public Works Risk Management Banking & Small Loans Savings & Loan Assns. State Mail Service Transportation Services State VehP.Je AdvL~oryConv~sdon Supp~ Man~amant Advisory DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE* Operations Tax Policy & Administration Special Projects Economi= & Re.venue Forecast Council OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT" Budget Forecasting Accounting & Fiscal Services Efflde/~cy Con~r~s~e Board of Tax Appeals State Investment Board Housing Finance Commission DEPT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT* Administrative Services Archeelogy & Histodc Preservation Cemmun=ly Services Emergency M~nagement Fire Protection Services Local Development & Housing Local Government Services Publio Works State BuMing Cod~ Coonctl Boundary Review e~a~d= Columbfa R~et Gorge ComnY~=lon Rte P~otecf~n Pol~cy Soa[d AdvL~ry Counc# on Hl~to~ P,v~awa#on Advisory Cour~'l on IRte~fl~r~t~ R~la~fon~ Pub/it Wo~ B~d W~hi~ton. St~ Cou~J ~ Volmta~ ~n W~hi~ton 3tafe ~Ra~ ~n~ DEPAR~E~ OF INFORMA~ON SERVICES Administrative Services Telecommunication Services Data Processing Services Planning Services Information Se,'vice~ Board State Board of Personnel DEPARTMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF RETIREMENT SYSTEMS* Publfc Employees Retirement MILITARY DEPARTMENT* Air National Guard Army National Guard Public Disclosure Commlsslon PERSONNEL D~visions of: Administration Operations Stand~u'ds & Surveys Employee Development & iraining Insurance Benefits Personnel Information System Emt~oy~ ~ Fund ~ Slate Cornmt~ on Agency OflP.JM~ W~on St=ta H~=~h Cam Aut/x~ty Personnel Appeals Board Public Employment Relations Commission System Teacher's Retirement System Law Enforcement Officers & Fire Fighters Retirement System Judicial Retirement System Judges Retirement Fund Office of th~ Stata Ac~uary Retirement Syst~r~ AdvLco~y Bo~rd S~ato Investment Board .Deferred Compensation Citizen's Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials Board for Volunteer Firemen Office of Administrative Hearings Marine Employees Commission Lottery Commission* Gambling Commission Professional Athletic Commission Horse Racing" Commission Municipal Research Council Liquor Control Board DeathCounclllnvostlgati°ns I Department of I Printing* Conservation Corps Coordinating Council INTERSTATE COMPACTS & COMMISSIONS AGREEMENT ON ADMINISTRATOR PACIFIC FISHERY MANAGEMENT FOR WASHINGTON STATE COUNCIL DETAINERS PACIFIC MARINE FISHERIES COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE COMMISSION COMMISSION PACIFIC NORTHWEST ELECTRIC CONSERVATION PLANNING COUNCIL POWER & CONSERVATION EDUCATION COMMISSION OF THE PLANNING COUNCIL STATES ' PROBATION AND PAROLE INTERSTATE COMPACT ON JUVENILES INTERSTATE COMPACT ON NON.RESIDENT VIOLATORS COMPACTWASHINGTON RECIPROCITY NORTHWEST INTERSTATE COMPACT COMMISSION ON LOW-LEVEL WASTE WESTERN INTERSTATE COMPACT MANAGEMENT FOR H/GI-IER EDUCATION KEY ELECTED OFFI~ALS MAJOR DEPARTMENTS (*Cabinet Level} TI55120976
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92 COUNTIES COUNTIES COUNTY GOVERNMENT: Counties in Washington are legal sub- dwisions of the state and derive their powers from the state legisla- ture. Counties, however, have the right to home rule and have the right to choose their type of local gevenment, with certain limits set by the legislature. County governments are also municipal corporations and are able 1o enterinto contracts of a commercial nature to cam/ou.t their mandates. Washington counees are classed by population to set salaries for public officials. AA (above 500,000) A (210,000 to 50,OOO) 1 (125,000 to 210,000) 2 (70,000 to 125,000) $ (40,000 to 70,000) 4 (18.000 to 40,000) 5 (12.000 to 18,000) 6 (8,000 to 12,OOO) 7 (5,000 to 8,000) 8 (3,300 to 5,000) King Pierce, Spokane, Snohomish Clark, Yakima, Kitsap Thurston, Benton, Whatcom, Cowlitz Grays Harbor, Skagit, Lewis, Clallam0 Grant, Wa'lla Walla, Chelan, Island, Whitman Franklin, Mason, Okanogan, Stevens, Kittitas, Douglas Pacific. Asotin. Klickitat, Jefferson. Adams Uncoln, Pond Oreille Skamania, San Juan, Ferry, Columbia Wahkiakum, Garfield Seventh and eighth class counfies may retain classification although population falls below minimum for class. RCW 36.13,080 COUNTY POPULATION: 1930 to 1989 Counties 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1989 Adams 7,719 6,209 6,584 9,929 12.014 1,3267 13A00 Asotin 8,136 8,365 10,878 12,909 13,799 16,823 17.600 Benton 10,g52 12,053 51,370 62,070 67,840 1~3.444 104.100 Chalan 31,634 34,412 39.301 40.744 41,103 45.061 ,~8,600 Cl~[lanl 20,449 21,848 26.396 "30,022 34.770 51.648 552~0 Clark 40.316 49.052 85.307 93,909 128.45~. 192.227 220.4~0 Columbia 5,325 5,549 4,860 4,569 4,439 4.057 4,100 CowJitz 01,906 40,155 53.~9 57,801 68,616 79,548 82.100 Douglas 7,561 8,651 10,817 14,890 16,787 2~,144 25,400 ~err'{ 4,292 4,701 4.096 3,889 3,655 5,811 6,100 rankiin 6,137 6,307 13,563 23,342 25,816 35,025 34200 Garfield 3,662 3,383 3,2.04 2,976 2,911 2,468 2,308 Grant 5,666 14,668 24,346 46,477 41.881 48.522 51,900 Grays Harbor 59,982 53,168 53.644 5~,465 59.553 6~,314 63,600 Island 5,~69 6,098 11,079 19.638 27.011 44.048 55,300 Jefferson 8 346 8,918 11,618 9,639 10,661 15.965 19200 King 463~817 504,080 732.992 935,014 1,159,369 1,269.749 1.446,000 Kit~ap 30.776 44,387 64.724 84,176 101.732 !47,152 181,500 Ki~ 18.15~ 20,230 22.235 20,467 2~,039 24.877 25,40~ Klicki~! 9.825 11,357 12,049 13,455 12.138 15.822 16,700 Lewis 40,034 41.893 43.75F, 41.858 45,467 56,025 88,000 Lincoln 11,876 11,361 10,970 10,919 9.572 9.604 8.800 Mason 10,060 11,608 15.022 10,2.51 20,919 31.184 37,500 O~zznogan 18,519 24,546 29,131 25,520 25,867 30,663 31,700 Pac~tic 14,970 15,928 16,558 14,674 15,796 17,237 17,700 Pond O¢ei]le 7,155 7,156 7,413 6,914 6,025 8,580 8,900 Pierce 163,842 182,051 275,876 321,590 412,344 485,667 560.9(X) Sart Juarl 3.097 3,157 3,245 "2,872 3,856 7.838 9,700 Skagi[ 35.142 37,650 43,273 51.350 52.381 64.138 72,400 Skamania 2,89t 4.633 4.788 5"207 5.845 7.919 8,100 Snohomlsh 78.861 88,754 111,580 172.199 265,236 337.720 430,400 Spokane 159,477 " 164,652 221.561 278,333 287,487 341,835 358,000 Stevens 18,5~) 19,275 18,~80 17,884 17,40~; 28.979 30.500 Thutston 31,3~1 37,285 44,884 5£,049 7G,894 124.284 155.100 W~hklakum 3,862 4,286 3,835 3,426 3,592 3.832 3,500 Walla Walla 28,441 30,547 40,135 42.19=3 42,176 47,435 48,800 Whatcom 59.128 60,355 66,733 60,317 81,983 106,701 " 122,200 Whitman 28,014 27,221 32,469 81,263 37.900 40.103 87,600 Yekima 77.402 99,019 135.723 145,112 145,212 172,508 187,800 "l'he State 1,563,595 1.786,191 2,3780963 2,853,214 3,418,244 4,132,204 4,660,700 Sources: US Dep~Iment of Comrmrc~. Bureau of the Census; Washington State Office el Financ|a] Man.lament ADAMS COUNTY Adams County was organized in 1883 from parts of Whitman County. II is named after President John Adams and is located in the southeastern part of the state. It was first visited by European fur traders in 1811 and early travellers first passed through the county on the Colv]lle Road in 1826. The county was first settled in 1869 and later a~acted a large number o| hardy Russian-German immigrants. The county's economy is primarily agricultural with wheat the most important crop. Barley, oats, beans and peas are also grown. ADAMS COUNTY 210 West Broadway, Ritzville 99169 Courthouse hours: 8.~0 AM to 4:30 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 206 District 1 : Bill Wills (D) 659-0090 X 235 District 2: Bitl Mords (R) 659-O090 X 235 District 3: Dean H. Judd (R) 659--0090 X 235 Commission meets: Every Mondizy and 1st & 3rd Thursdays Assessor: Pete Lefevre (R) 659-0090 X 208 Auditor: Leon Long (R)659-0090 X 200 Clerk: Robed V. Blair {R) 659-0090 X 230 Coroner:. Richard W. Miller (R) 659K)090 X 236 Prosecutor: Richard W. Miller (R) 659-0090 X 236 Sheriff: Ran Snowden (R) 659--0090 X 237 Treasurer: Louise Brewer (R) " 6590090 X 224 Emergency Services: Donald Edson 659-1122 Engineer: Robert Turner 659-0090 Extension Agent: Tom Hoffman 659-0090 H=ahh: J=u'nos J. Jarde~. MD ~9-0090 ~ ~o¢ Planning: R~chard Owtngs 4~8-9441 PuNic Works: Ken M~ine 659-~090 Area: 1,893,5 square miles Ranking in state: 161h Population (1989 Estimate): 13,400 Unincorporated: 6,143 Incorporated: 7,257 Percentage of state: 0.3% Density: 7.1 persons per square mile Leading Ciffe= o Population Othello Ritzvfile. county seat Ethnic breakdown White Black Native American Asian and Pacific Islanders Other Spanish origin (included above) Aaseased value: $ 585,861,647 Prlnclp=,l Economlo AGIIvlIIoa Food Processing Agriculture 1989 Estimate 4.550 1,790 1988 Estimate 11,593 38 64 78 2,227 3.386 Polnls of Inlere~t Mullah Road Sprague ~ke Climate Ritzville - elevation 1,795 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY Max Tamp (F°) 33.8 62.3 88.8 Min Temp 20,2 35.2 53.2 Mean Tamp 27.0 46.8 71.1 Precipitation in inches 1.44 .74 .29 Average A~nual Maximum Temperature: 61.4 Average AnnuaJ Minimum Temperature: 36.8 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 49.1 Average Annual Precipitation: 11.67 inches OCT 63.6 37,5 50.6 1.19 TI55120979
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ASOTIN COUNTY COUNTIES 93 Asotin County was organized in 1883 and was once part of Gartield County. It is located in the far southeast comer of the state and borders Oregon on the south and Idaho on the east. The word Asotin is Indian for Eel Greek. In 1805-1806 Lewis and Clark passed through the county as well as Captain Bonneville in 1834. A ferry was established on the Snak~ Riverin 1855 to eccomodate thousands of miners rushing to the goldfields. In 1881 a ferry was established at Asotin. Today. the county's economy is primanly agricultural, based on food and livestock raising and processing, fruit growing, and wheat and badey production. ABOTIN COUNTY 135 Second Street. Asotln 99,~02 Courthouse hours: 9 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 District I; Mark Kammers (D) 243-4160 District 2: Nell (3. Ausman (R) • 243-4160 District 3: Hadey Williams (D) 243-4160 Commission meets: Every Monday Assessor: Steven Rynearson (R) 243-4416 Auditor: Nancy Spears (D) 243--4164 Clerk: Louisa Holzmiller (D) 243.4181 Coroner: Timothy J. Ohms (D) 243-4161 Prosecutor: Timothy J. Ohms (D) 243.4161 Sheriff: Don Steele (D) 243-4172 Treasurer: Jerome P. McGuira (D) 243-4114 Emergency Services: Roland S. Unruh 243.4160 Extension Agent: GaPj Delaney 243-4118 Health: Galen A. Rogers, MD 758-3344 Planning: Don Brigham 243-4174 Public Works: Richard Weaver 243-4174 BENTON COUNTY Area: 633.4 square miles Principal Economic Aatlvltles Ranking in state: 34th Agriculture Lumbering Population (1999 Estimate): 17,600 Unincorporated: 9,875 Points of Interest Incorporated: 7,725 Snake River Blue Mountains Pementege of state: 0.4% Density: 27.8 persons per square mile Climate Clarkston Heights - elevation 1,166 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Leading Cities - Population 1969 Estimate Max Tamp (F°) 38.2 64.5 90.5 62.8 Asotin, county seat 1,025 Min Tamp 23.9 38.2 53.8 38.7 Clarkston 6,700 Mean Tamp 31.7 51.4 72.2 . 50.7 Precipitation Ethnl¢ breakdown 1988 Estimate in inches 1.07 1.16 .51 1 .t4 White 17,O52 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 63.8 Black - 21 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 38.9 Native American 176 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 51.4 Asian and Paclllo Islanders 70 Average Annual Precipitation: 13.15 inches Other 81 Spanish odgin (included above) 180 Assessed value; $ 326,777,263 Benton County was founded in 1905 and was formerly part of Yaklma and Kllckitat ¢~unties. It was named after Senator Thomas Hart Benton of Missouri. It is located in the southeastern part of the state and is bordered on the south and east by the Columbia River. In the past many famous explorers of the Northwest passed through the county, among them Lewis and Clark and Captain Bonnwille. Eady wagon reads from Walls Walls to Puget Sound also traversed the county. In the 1880s the coming of railroads brought se~ers to the region and the irrigation projects of the 1890s created a rich agricultural economy. The establishment of the Hartford Atomic Energy Center has made the county the nation's major atomic research center. Today the county enjoys a diversified economy based on agriculture, wood products, food production and government installations. BENTON COUNTY Courthouse, Dudley Avenue. Presser 99350 Courthouse hours: 8 AM to 5 PM "Benton County Justice Center 7320 West CJu/nault, Kennewiok 99336 COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 District |: Raymond E. Isaacsan (R) 786-5600 District 2: Robert Drake (R) 786-5600 Dis~ct 3: Sandi Strewn (R) 766-5600 Commission meets: Every Monday - Presser;let & 3rd Wednesda,y Annex- KennewiEk Assessor: Barbara Breeze (D) Auditor: Bobble Gagner (D) Clerk: E. Kay Bacca (R) Coroner: Floyd Johnson (D) "Prosecutor:. Andy Miller (D) *Sheriff:. James H. Kennedy (D) Treasurer.- Claude Oliver (R) Emergency Services: Donna Seiners Extension Agent" John Watson. Jr Health: ~ D. Jecha Planning: T~ny Marden PublicWcrks: Dennis Skeets 786-5654 786-5620 786.5624 or 735-8338 946-4611 735-3591 or 766-5608 735~6555 or 7B6-~615 786-5662 586-1451 786-5609 943o2614 786-5612 Area: 1,722.1 square miles Principal Economic Activities Ranking in state: 22rid Food Processing Chemicals Population (1989 Estimate): 104,100 Metal Products Unincorporated: 27,775 Nuclear Products Incorporated: 76,325 Points of Interest Percentage of state: 2.2% Hanford ,'~¢ience Canter Density: 60.4 persons per square mile McNary Dam Leading Citlss - Population 1989 Estimate Climate Presser - elevation 680 feet Benton City 1,815 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Kennewick 36,880 Max Tamp (F°) 38.7 68.0 90.3 66.6 Presser, county seat 4,010 Min Tamp 23.7 38.2 55.6 38.9 Richland 29,970 Mean Tamp 31.2 53.2 72.9 52.8 West Richland 3,650 Precipitation in inches .94 .55 .17 .92 Ethnic breakdown 1956 Estimate Average Annual Maxdmum Temperature: 65.6 White 95,452 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 39.3 Black 781 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 52.4 Native American 722 Average Annual Precipitation: 7.77 inches Asian and Pacific Islanders 1,393 Other 1,752 Spanish origin (induded above) 3,629 Assessed value: $ 2,872,794,287 TI55120980
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94 COUNTIES CHELAN COUNTY Chelan County was formed in 1899 from parts of Okan¢xjan and b0ttitas oounties. Its name in Indian mean; "deep water." The county is located in the north contra~ part of the st~te and stretches from the eastern crest of the Cascade Mountains to the south-flowing Columbia River on the east. Fur traders first visited the coun~ in 1811. later, Catholic missionaries esteblkhed themselves in the Wenatchee Valley. "fhe development ci the county in the nineteenth century was closely linked to the Northern Pacific and Great Northern ra~roads. In 1903 the consh'~JctJon of the Highline Canal opened up 20,000 acres of land for agricultural development in the Wenatchea Valley. Today the county is a major apple growing center while he wood products industry, mining and tourism also contribute to its economy. CHELAN COUNTY County Courthouse Washington and Orondo Sts, Wenatchee 98801 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 5 PM COMMISSION ERS Area Code 509 District 1: Thomas Green (R) 664-5215 District 2: James L. Young (D) 664-5215 Distriot 3: John S. Wall (R) 664-5215 Commission meets: Every Monday and Tuesday Assessor: James B. Sizemore (D) 664-5364 Auditor: Kenneth C. Housden (R) 664-5432 Clerk: Siri A. Woods (R) 664-5386 Coroner: Robert W. Banilac!, MD (D) 663-5953 Proseoutor: Gary Riesen (R) 664-5202 Sheriff: Joe M. Collins (R) 664-5260 Treasurer: Robert H. May (R) 664-5405 Emergency Services: Scott A. Lowers 664-5347 Extension Agent: Paul Tvergyak663-1121 Health: Frank Collins, MD 664-5~}06 Planning: Edward C. Loidhamer 664-5225 Public Works: Lloyd Berry 664-5415 CLALLAM COUNTY Area; 2,925.8 square miles Ranking in state: 3rd Population (1969 Estimate): 46,600 Unincorporated: 21,555 Incorporated: 27,245 Percentage of state: 1.0% Density: 16,6 persons per square mile Leading Cltlea - PopulaSon 1989 Estimate Cashmere 2,430 Chelan 2,830 Enttnt 435 Leavenworth 1,600 Wenatchee, county seat 19,950 Ethnlo breakdown 1988 Estimate White 47,484 Black 57 Native American 4Zl Asian and Pacific Islanders 300 Other 1,438 " Spanish origin (included above) 1,972 Assessed value: $1.936,883o375 Inst[tullon of Higher Education Wenatchee Valley Community College Princil~al Economic Activities Agriculture Aluminum Manufacturing Wood Products Food Processing Points of Interest Rock Island Lake Chelan Site of Camp Chelan Old Mining An-astra Climate ~enatohea - elevation 700 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Tamp (F°) 32.9 65.2 87.4 63.1 Min Tamp 19.5 39.2 59.4 39.0 Mean Tamp 26.2 52.2 73.4 51.1 Precipitation in inches 1.1(~ .47 .11 .73 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 61,8 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 39.5 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.6 Average Annual Precipitation: 9.00 inches Clallam County was organized In 1854 andwas formerly part of Jefferson Cdunty. It was named after an Indian ~be and means "sb'ong people." It is located in the far northwestern corner of the state or= the CNyrnpio Pen- insula. Its county seat, Port Angeles, was named in 1791 by Captain Francisco Eliza. In May of 1798 the Spanish attempted to establish a forte Noah Bay; it existed for only five months. In 1687 the Tatoosh island lighthouse was built to a]d navige~n in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Olympic National Park was created in 1938. Today the county has a varied economy based on wood products, food processing, mining and tourism. CLALLAM COUNTY 223 East Fourth, Port Angeles 98362 Courthouse hours: 8.30 AM to 4~30 PM 0OMMI$$1ONERS Area Code 206 District 1: David Cameron (O) 452-7831 District 2: Dorothy Duncan (D) 452-7831 District 3: Lawrence Gaydaski (R) 452-7831 Commission meets: Every Tuesday Assessor: Bruce A. Erlwein, Sr (D) 452-7831 Auditor: M,ar~,.Hordyk (D) 452-7831 Clerk: Molly LingvaJl (appointed) 452-7831 Coroner: David Bruneau (R) 452-7831 Prosecutor: David Bruneau (R) 452-7831 Sheriff: Staven Komas (D) 452-7831 Treasurer:, Robert J. Clark (D). 452-7831 Dept Community Dov: William white 452-7831 County Engineer: Gone Unger 452-7831 Extension Agent: Jack Waud 452-7331 Environmen~ Health: William White 452-7831 Home Health: Sonya Lane 452-7831 Health Medical: Thomas H. Locke, MD 452-7831 Human Ot~rvk~: O~rel t:?w~na ~0Z-T001 Juvenile Director: Edward King452-7831 Pad,s: Cmi9 Jasobe 452-7831 Personnel: Marjorie Upham 452-7831 Area: 1,752.5 square miles Principal Economic Activities Ranking in state: 20th Wood Products Agriculture Population (1989 Estimate): 55,200 Tourism Unincorporated: 81,380 Incorporated: 23,820 tnatitution of Higher Education Peninsula College. Port Angeles Percentage of state: 1.2% Density: 31.5 parsons per square mile Polnta of Interest Olympic National Park L~cllng Cltlea - Population 1989 Estimate Cape Flattery Forks 2,930 Hurricane Ridge PeR Angeles, county seat 17,490 Crescent Lake Sequim 3,400 Climate Port Angeles - elevation 36 feet Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT White 50,995 Max Tamp (F°) 43.7 54.4 66.6 56,6 Black 126 Min Temp 33.5 40.1 51.0 43.6 Native American 2,306 Mean Tamp 38.6 47.2 58.8 50.1 Asian and Pacific Islanders 630 Precipitation Other 443 in inches 2.87 1.08 .48 2.48 Spanish origin (included alx)ve) 794 Average Annu~d Maximum Temperature: 55.3 AY~"~ Annt=~,l Minimvm Tgm~ratvre; As=eased value: $1,857,815.960 Average Annugl Mg~Ln Temperature: 48.7 TI55120981
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CLARK COUNTY COUNTIES 95 Clark County is one of the state's original counties. It was first organized in 1845 as the Vancouver District by the Q'egon Pmv~sianal Legislature. In 1849 it was named Clark County after the explorer, Captain W~l~am Clad(. It included ~11 territory north of ~ Columbia and east of the Cowlitz dyers. The county ~ first settl~l in 1825 when the Hudson's Bay Company established Fort Vancouver as its regional headquarters. Amedcan settler= moved into the county in the 1830s =,,d 1640s and were well established when the Oregon country's boundary was se~ atthe thirty-ninth parallel in 1846. Fort Vancouver became a U.S. military post in 1648 and that yearthe city of.Vancouver was established. In the early twentieth century lumbering and port facilities were developed along the Columbia River. Today Clark County ls a major manufacturing and shipping center for wood products, metals and agricultural products. CLARK COUNTY 1200 Franklin Street (PO Box 5000) Vancouver 98666 Courthouse hours: 8 AM fo 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 206 District 1 : John C. Magnano (D) 699-2232 District 2: David W. Sturdevant (D) 699-2232 Dis~ct 3: John S. McKibbin (D) 699-2232 Commission meets: Every Wednesday Assessor: Benjamin Gessawey, Jr (D) 699-2391 A=,ud!tori ~z Luc.e @}, 699-2241 ulerK: ,~o/~nne Mcunoe (D) 699-2292 Coroner: Dr. Archie Hamilton (R) 696-8405 Prosecutor: Arthur D. Curtis (D) 699-2261 Sheriff; Frank Kanekoa (D). 699-2366 Treasurer: Douglas Lasher (D) 699-2252 County Executive: Gordon Tiffa~.y. 699-2232 Environmental Sews: George St~llman 699-2375 Extension Agent: Blair Wolf[ey696-8411 Health: Tom Milne 695-9215 Area: 627.1 square miles RaJ~king in state: 35th Population (1969 Esfimate): 220,400 Unincorporated: 160,080 Incorporated: 60,320 Percentage of state: 4.7% Density: 351.5 persons per square mile L~adlng _Cities - Populal~on 1989 Estimate Battle ~round . 3,550 Comas 6,000 Ridgefield 1,145 Vancouver, county seat 44,450 Washougal 4,090 Elhni,, breakdown 1968 Estimate White • 203,383 Slack 2,088 Native Amedcan 1,828 Asian and Pacific Islanders 3,720 Other 3,481 Spanish origin (included above} 4,671 Assessed value: $7A98,130,204 Prlndpsl Economlc Activities Wood and Paper Products Food Processing Metal Processing Textiles Institution of Higher Education Clark Co, legs, Vancouver Points of Interest Fort Vancouver Vancouver Barracks Merw~n Lake Climate Vancouver - elevation t75 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY Max Tamp (F0) 44.3 62.8 79.9 P~recin To_rap 33.2 42.4 55.1 an lamp 38.8 52.6 67.5 ipital~on in Inches 5,63 2.31 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 62.7 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 44.3 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 53.5 Average Annual Precipitation: 39.00 inches OCT 64.2 46.1 55.2 COLUMBIA COUNTY Columbia County was created In 1875 from port of Walls Walls County. It d~rives its name from the Columbia River. Situated in the southeastern part of the state, it is bordered by Oregon on the south and the Snake River on the n crib. The Blue Mountains ocx:upy the southern part of the county. In 1806 the Lewis and Clark expedition crossed the county and later in the century, in the year 1860, the residents of the county wi~essed the first steam naviga~n of the Snake River. Today Columbia County bases its economy on agriculture, with wheat and vegetable preduol~an leading its output. COLUMBIA COUNTY 341 East Main Street, Dayton 99328 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 District 1: Jon W. McFadand (D) 382-4542 Dlstdct 2: Garage Touchette (R) 3824542 District 3: George E. Wood (R) 382-4542 Commission meets: 1st and 3rd Mondays Assessor: Robert H. Carlton (R) 382-2131 Auditor: Betty Retoher (R) 682-4641 Clerk: Lynne Leseman (R) 382-4321 Coroner: Tony R. Nealey (R) 382.2541 Prosecutor: Terry FL Nealey (R) 382.2641 Sheriff: James J. LaTour (R) 382-2518 Treasurer: Lydia C. Cordova (R) 382-2641 Emergency Services: Jan W. McFadand 382-4542 Engineer:. Gap/Gasaww 382-2684 Extension Agent: Roland Schirman 382-4741 Health: Donald W. Pittman, MD 382-2181 PlanNng: Kim Lyonnals 382-4676 Area: 859.5 square miles Economl¢ Activities Ranking in state: 31st Agriculture Feed Processing Population (1989 Estimate): 4,100 Wood Products Unincorporated: 1,270 Incorporated: 2,830 Points of Interes! Snake River Percentage of state: 0.1% Blue Mountains Density: 4.8 persons per square mile Climate Dayton - elevation 1,612 feet Leading Cities- Population 1989 Estimate Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Daytoll, county seat 2,640 Max Tamp (F°) 39.2 62,2 87.5 64.6 Starbu.ck 190 Min Tamp 24.0 38.5 53.8 39.4 Mean Tamp 31.6 50.3 70.7 52.0 Ethnic breai~lewn 1968 Estimate Precipitation White 3,971 in inches 2.43 1.56 .40 1.89 Black 0 Average Aanual Maximum Temperature: 62.6 Native American 30 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 39.2 Asian and PaciFy= Islanders 20 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.9 Other 79 Average Annual Precipitation: 19.53 inches Spanish origin (included above) 118 Assessed value: $160,531,409 TI55120982
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96 COUNTIES II COWLI'I'Z COUNTY II Cow~itz County was organized in 1854 from Lewis County and was one of the first counties created Washington's First -I'enilorial Legislature. It is named after the fiver that Lewis and Clark c~lled Cow-e4iske or "r'rver of the shifting sand." It is located in the southwestern part of the state and is bounded on the sou~h by the Columbia River. "the Cowlitz Riwr was an early avenue of transportation to the Puget Sound region and on each end of the river them took place one of the two conventions that portioned the U.S. government ~ Washington's territorial status, the Cowlltz Convention in 1851 and the Monticello Convention in 1852. Today the county produces and ships timber products, metals and agricultural products. Its port facilities on the Columbia River are contJnuaJly growing in capacity. COWLITZ COUNTY County Administration Building 207Fourth Avenue North, Ks~so 93626 "Hall of Justice 312 SW First Ave. Kelso 98626 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 206 Dist~ct 1: Richard L. Maruhn (D) District 2: Joan L. LeMieux (D) District 3: Van A. Youngquist (R) Commission meets: Every Monday Assessor: Ray Ryan (D) Auditor: Dadene P. DeRosier (D) *Clerk: Peggy_ J. Begdon (D) Coroner: Dr. DoR. Winebranner(D) "Prosecutor: C.C. Bridgewater, Jr (D) Sheriff: Brian D. Pedersen (D) Treasurer:. Donna R. Rolls (R) EmergenoyMgmt: Brian D. Pedersen Engineer: Ken Stone Extension Agent: Joseph Kropf Health: Marilynn Suthedand, MD Parks: Martin Carry 577-3020 577-3020 577-3020 577-3010 577-3002 577-3016 577-3079 577-3080 577-3092 577-3059 877-3130 577-3030 577-3014 577-5680 577-3030 Planning: Sarah Deatherage 577-,3052 Principal Economic Activities Publi~ Works: Marlin Carry 577-3030 Woc~:J and Paper Products Metal Production Area; 1,143.9 square miles Shipping Ranking in state: 28th Ihstltutlon of Higher Education Lower Golumbm College, Longview Pop, uletlon (1989 Estimate): 82,100 unincorporated: 34,755 Incorporated: 47,345 Points of Intere=t Mount SL Helens Volcano Viewpoint Percentage of state: 1.8% Silver Lake Density: 71.8 persons per square mile Ariel Dam Merwin Lake Leading Cities - Population 1989 EsSrnate Castle Rock 2,100 Climate Longview - elevation 13 feet Kaiama 1,125 Average JAN APRIL JULY Kelso county seat 11,270 Max Temp (F°) 44.5 61.4 77.8 Longview 30,320 Min Tamp 31.8 38.6 50.4 • Woodland (part) 2,530 Mean Tamp 38.1 50.0 64.1 Precipitation Ethnic breakdown 19~8 Estimate in inches 5.81 2.72 ,75 White 77,868 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 61.6 Black 195 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 41.0 Native American 979 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 51,3 Asian and PacifiC Islanders 865 Average Annual Precipitation: 45.10 inches Other 593 Spanish odgin (included above) 1,095 Assessed value: $ 3,289,205,319 OCT 83.2 43.0 53.1 4.40 DOUGLAS COUNTY Douglas County was created in 1883 and was once part of Uncoln Courity. It was named alter Stephen A. Douglas. Situated in the north central portion of the state, it is bounded on the east by the spectacular Grand Coulee. Groups of se~ers first entered the county.in 1871 and by 1883 the lure of plentiful land for ca~e raising brought ranchers into the county. The late 1880s were punctuated by range wars between cattlemen and sheep misers. The dlsasterous winter of 1889-90 deGimatud the cede herds and brought about a shift in the economy to grain raising. Today agriculture still remains the county's main economic activity. Wheat and barley are primary crops with fruit prcductlon growing In importance. DOUGLAS COUNTY CounO/ Courthouse, Watervil/e 98858 Courthouse hours: 8AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 Dis~ct 1: Matthew S. Warner (D) 745-8537 Dis~ot 2: Joan Patterson (R) 745-8537 DistriCt 3: Jay Weber (R) 745-8537 Commission meets: Every Monday Assessor: Gertrude Snyder (D) Auditor: Laurie Evenhus (D) Clerk: Juanita Koch (R) Coroner:. Judith L McCauley (R) Prosecutor:. Judith L MoCauley (R) Sheriff: Bill Williams (D) Treasurer:, Mary Dodge (D) Emergen~ Services: Bill Williams Extension Agent: Margaret Viebreck HeaJth: Laszlo Dazsof, MD Pad~ & Re~: d~roes Mitchell Planning: Jerald R. Litt Publ~ Works: Peter Ringsrud 745-8521 745-8527 745-8529 745-8535 745-8535 745-8564 745-8525 884-1535 7458531 633-2105 ~84-0015 884-1511 745-8595 Area: 1,839,3 square miles Ranking in state: 17th Populatlon (1989 Estimate): 25,400 Unincorporated: 20,259 Incorporated: 5,141 Percentage of stets: 0,5% Density: 13.8 persons par square mile Leading Cilia= - Population 198g Estimate Bridgeport 1,405 East Wenatchee 1,785 Rook Island 470 • Waterville, county seat 935 Ethn|c breakdown 1988 Estimate White 23,187 Black 24 Native American 204 Asian and Pacific Islanders 129 Other 556 ,~oanish origin (included obova) 892 Alee$$ed value: $ 813,133,891 Principal Economic Activities Agriculture Metal Industries Points of Interest Rocky Reach Dam Rock Island Dam Wells Dam Chief Joseph Dam Grand Coulee Dam Banks Lake Climate Watentiile - elevation 2.605 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Tamp (F=) 29.7 57.4 80.8 58.4 Min Tamp 14.7 34.6 52.5 36.5 Mean Tamp 22.2 46.0 66.6 47.4 Precipitation in inches 1.35 .68 .22 .88 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 55.7 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 34.5 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 45.1 Avoro~o Annual Preoipita~on: 11.57 inches TI55120983
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FERRY COUNTY COUNTIES 97 II Ferry County was established in 1899 from part of Stevens County. It was named after Washington's first governor, Elisha P. Feny. Located in the eastern partof the state, it is bounded on ~ north by Can~c~ Th~ region where the county is located was firstvisited by' Canadian txappers in the early nineteenth century. In 1 B72 the Colville Indian Reservation was established encompassing over on~-hdf of the county. The goldrush of the 1890~ brought permanent settlers to the region. Today lumber, mining and agriculture are the county's major economic activities, FERRY COUNW Gaunt/Courthouse. Republic 99166 courthouse hours: 8 AM to 4 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 Dis~ct 1: Ed F. Windsor (D) 775-3161 X 229 Distn:ct 2: ~Mer~e Bremner (D) X 229 Dislrlct 3~ Gary Kohler (D) X 229 commission meets: Every Monday Assessor:. John M. Sweetman (D) 776-316t X 204 Audtor: Dorothy M. Ferguson (D) X 201 clerk: Gloria Perchynski (D) X 232 6oroner: Allen C. Nielsen (D) X 20~ prosecutor: Allen C. Nielsen (D) X 206 Sheriff: Dick Baldwin (D) 775-3132 Treasurer: Kathryn V, Almquist (D) 775-:3161 X 239 Emergency Services: Richard Baldwin 775-3122 Engineer: I.any Beardslee (acting) 775-3161 Extension Agent: Daniel L. Fagedie 7753161 Health: Edmund W. Grey, MD 684-5048 Planning: Kathryn Nye (acting)775-3161 Public Works: Tom Hem 775-3161 FRANKLIN COUNTY Area: 2,202 square miles Principal Economic Activities Ranking in state: 9th Mining Wood Products Popu|atlon (1989 Estimate): 6,100 Agriculture Unincorporated: 5,075 Incorporated: 1,025 P(~lnta of Interest Colvilio Indian Reservation Percentage of state: 0.1% Roosevelt Lake Density: 2.8 persons per square mile Climate Republic - elevation 2,503 feet Leading Citles - Population 1989 Estimate Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Republic, county seat 1,025 . Max Tamp (F°) 30.0 58.4 83.5 58.6 Min Tamp 14.0 29.5 44.4 00.6 Ethnlo breakdown 1988 Estimate Mean Tamp 21.6 44.1 64.1 44.5 White 4,g53 Precipitation Black 35 in inch'es 1.79 1.13 .78 1.27 Native American 1,061 ,~verege Annual Maximum Temperature: 56.9 Asian and Pacifio Islanders 7 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 29.4 Other 44 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 43.2 Spanish odgin (included above) 74 Average Annual Precipitation: 14.89 inches Asae=sed v,,lue: $ 255,555,376 Franklin County 'was created in 1883 and was formerly part of Whitman County. It was named after the American patriot, Benjamin Franldln. It is situated in the southeast part of the state and is bounded by the Columbia River on the west and the Snake River on t~e east. Its early history centered on transportation. The Cadboo Trall used fi'om 185968 traversed the county while navigation and the establish ment of ferries on the Columbia and Snake dyers were prominent events which were closely followed by the introduction of railroads through the county. Today Frank]in County bases its economy on agriculture with wheat, barley and beans its principal crops. Its county seat, Peace, makes up part of the dynamic Td Cities area. FFIANKUN COUNTY 1016 North Fourth Avenue, Pasco 99301 • Public SafeO, Bui/dlng 1015 NorLh Fifth, Peace 99301 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM te $ PM COMMISSIONERS Area District 1: Neva J. Corkrum (D) DisUict 2: Kenneth Miller (R) Dist~ot 3: Harold N. Mathews (R) Commission meets: Every Monday and Assessor: Shidey Morrow (D) Audito~: Zone G. Lenhart (D) Clerk: Bevedy Finke (D) 548-3528 Coronen Dennis J. DeFelice (R) Prosecutor: Dennis J. DeFelice (R) "Sheriff:. Richard Leth~m (R) Treasurer:. Va|oda Engineer:. Bruce GIIkesoo, PE Extension Agent: W~lliam P. Ford Health Officer:. I.any Jecha, MD Parks & Rec: vacen t Planner: ~chan:l Fryhling Code 609 545-3535 5453535 545-3535 Wednesday 545-3506 545.3536 545-3543 545-3543 545-3560 ,~45-3518 545-3514 545-,3511 547-9737 5453514 545-3521 Area: 1,259,7 square miles. Principal Economic Actlvitles Ranking in state: 271h Food Processing Publishing Population (1989 Estimate): 34,200 Agriculture Unincorporated: 14,153 Metal Fabrication Incorporated: 20,047 institution of Higher Education Percentage of state: 0.7% Columbia Basin Community College, Peace Density: 27,1 persons per square mile Points of Intereat Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Ice Harbor Dam Connell 2,015 Lake Secajawea Kahiotus 197 Mesa 275 Climate Eltopia - elevation 920 feet Pasce, county seat 17,560 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Tamp (F*) 36.4 65.8 89.7 64.5 Ethnl¢ breakdown 1988 Estimate I~n Tamp 22.2 38.1 55.7 37.6 White 30,229 Mean Tamp 29.3 52.0 72.8 52.1 Black 1,476 PrecipitalJon Native American 237 in inches .99 .51 .09 Asian and Pacific Islanders 454 Average Annunl Maximum Temperature: 63.7 Other 3,104 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 39.1 Spanish origin (included ~d~ovo) S.640 Aver=go Annual M~=n T,~mpcmtum: 81.S Average Annual Precipitation: 8.31 inches Assessed value: $1,01~:),926,822 TI55120984
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COUNTIES GARFIELD COUNTY Garfield County was organized in 1881. ltwas created from part of Columbia County and was named after President James A. Garfield. It is located in the southwestern comer of the state ;~d is bounded by the Snake River on the north and the state of Oregon on the south. In the nineteenth century, many o! the regions major explorers passed through the county--Lewis and Clark in 1806 and Captain James Bonneville in 1834. Today Garfield County is the state's least populous county. Its economy is based primarily on growing grain, livestock raising and the processing of food. GARFIELD COUNTY County Courthouse, Pomeroy g9347 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Are~ Code 509 District 1: LaVerne O. Emerson (R) 843-139t District 2: Don E. Stallcop (R) 643-1391 District 3: Ron Crawford (D) 843-139| Commisslon meets: Every Monday afternoon Assessor: Irene Geiger (D) Auditor: John Cadson (D) Clerk: Doris Landkammer (R) Coroner: John Henry (R) Prosecutor: John HenpJ (R) Sheriff: William C. "Bill" Taylor.(D) Treasurer: Gloria Burke (D) Emergency Services: Clark Capwell Engineer;G, Michael Selivanoff Extension Agent: David E. Bragg Health: R.J. Weiland, MD Human Services: Paulette Watson 843.3631 843-141 t 843~731 843-1096 843-1096 843-3493 843-1531 843-1468 643-1301 843-3701 843-3412 ~43-3791 Area: 712.8 square miles Ranking in state: 33rd Population (1989 Estimate): 2,300 Unincorporated: 665 Incorporated: 1,635 Pereenta'ge o! state: 0.05% Density: 3.2 persons per square mile Leading Cities - Population Pomeroy, county seat Ethnic breakdown White Black Native An~el~oan Asian and Pacific Islanders Other Spanish origin (included above) Assessed value: $102,337,453 19~]g Estimate 1,635 1968 Estimate' 2,385 0. 2 9 4 5 Principal Economic Activities Agriculture Points of Interest Snake River Canyon BIue Mountains Climate Pomeroy - elevation 1,856 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT M~x Tamp (F°) 39.1 61.4 8S.9 65.0 Min Tamp 23.8 37.6 52.5 37.8 Mean Temp 31.4 49.5 69.7 51.4 Precipitation in inches 2.02 1.27 .32 1.50 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 62.4 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 36.0 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.2 Average Annual Precipitation: 16.58 inches GRANT COUNTY Grant County was organized in 1909 and was formedy part of Douglas County. It was named after Presidenl Ulysses S. Grant. It is located in the east central paxt of the state and is bounded on the west by Ihe Grand 0oulee and the Columbia River, In the late nineteenth century, the ~ounty was traversed by railroads: the Groat Northern; the Northern Pacilic; and the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul. The railroads brought se~ers into the county, attracted by Its dch soil and agricultural potential. The Columbia Basin Irrigation Projec! of the 1980s also made a signficant impact on the county while the coml~letion of the Grand Coulee Dam opened lands for farming and fumished elec~o power for IndusW. Today the county is a major bean and pea producer and food processing center. GRANT COUNTY C Street NW, PO Box 37, Ephrata 98823 Courthouse hours: 8 AM ~o 5 PM COMMISSION ERS Area Gods 509 District 1: Don Goodwin (D) 754-2011 X 428 District 2: GaP/D. Chandler (R) X 428 Die,lot 3: Glenn E. Chamberlain (R) X 428 Commission meets: Eve~ Monday and Tuesday Assessor: Don McDowall (D) 754-2011 X 310 Auoltor:Bill Varney (D) X 333 Clerk: Dedra Osbdrn (D) X 318 Coroner: Penny S~ley (D) 765-6169 Prosecutor:. Paul A. Klason, Jr (D) 754-2011 X 450 Sheriff: W~lliam W~ester (D) X 468 Treasurer:, Danyl Pheasant (D) X 353 Building, Emergency Services Fire Marshal: Sam Lorenz X 345 Extension Agent: Edward Forster X 360 kle=lth: W.~. Ru~or[o~. MD ~ ~7~ PUbliC Weeks: Michael Murray, PE X326 Area: 2,680,2 square miles Principal Economic Actlvlti,,e Ranldng in state: 4th Food Processing Agriculture Population (1969 Estimate): 51 Unincorporated: 24,938 Institution of Higher Education Incorporated: 26,962 .Big Bend Community College, Moses Lake Percentage of state: 1.1% Polnta of Interest • Denslty: 19.4 persons per square mile Grant Coulee Dam Dry Falls Leading Cltlea - Population 1989 Estimate Potholes Reservoir Etectdc City 910 Ephrata, county seat 5,440 Climate Ephrata - elevation 1,272 feet Grand Coulee 975 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Moses Lake 10,810 Max Tamp (F°) ;33.7 65.3 90.5 65.3 Quincy 3,519 Min Tamp 21.1 41.4 62.4 42.9 Soap Lake 1,175 Mean Tamp 27.5 53.2 76.5 55.8 Warden 1,455 Precipitation in inches 1.05 .56 .20 .77 Ethnic breakdown 198~ Estimate Average AnnuaJ Maximum Temperature: 63.1 White 45,775 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 41.9 Black 602 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 52.5 N=t~ve Amerlean 46~; Av~Oo Annu~ Pn~ipit~tJon: 8.42 ineho~ Asian =r<J P=~% Islander~ Other 5,104 Spanish origin iiocluded above) 7,025 Assessed value: $1,779,692,077 TI55120985
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GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY COUNTIES 99 II II Grays Harbor Oounty was organized in 1854 from Thurston County. It was first named Chehalie County 5ut changed its name in 1915 to Grays Harbor County after Capt~n Robert Gray who discovered the harbor in 1792. The county was permanently settled in 1859 around Hoquiam, wh~e Aberdeen was seffied in 1861 by Scotsman who set up a packing plant financed in part by investors from Aberdeen, Sco~and. The great s'~ands of timber in the county made logging, milling and timber exporting the main economic act~vhies of the county. and today wood products, fishing, agriculture and tourism are o! primary importance. GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY 100 WeSt Broadway, Montesano 98563 courthouse hours: 8 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS District 1: William Pine (D) District 2: Bill Vogler (D) District ,3: Robert Paylor Area Code 206 2493731 24 9-3731 249-3731 Commission meets: Every Monday Assessor: F. Paul Easter (D) Auditor: Vern R. Spatz (D) 0lark: Jackie Bingham (D) Coroner: John Bebich (D) Prosecutor: Steward Menefee (D) Sheriff: Dennis Morrisette (D} Treasurer:. Ran Strabblng (D) Emergency Services: D~nnis Mordsette Engineer: Russell Esses, PE Extension Agent: Richard E. Moulton Plsnning: Ken Kimura Public Works: Mike Daniels 249.4121 249-4232 249.3842 532-2322 249-3951 2493711 249-3751 249-3711 249-4222 249.4332 249.5579 249-4222 ISLAND COUNTY Area: 1 ~909.8 square mites P¢lnctpet Economic Activities Ranking in state: 14th Wood and Paper Products Seafood Processing Population (1989 Estimate): 63,600 Food Processing Unincorporated: 24,106 Manufacturing Incorporated: 39,494 institution of Higher Education Percentage of state: 1.4% Grays Harbor College, Aberdeen Density: 33.3 persons per square mile Points of Inte~'est L~edlng Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Grays Harbor Aberdeen 17,140 Fort Ohehatis Cosmopolis 1,545 (~,JinauR Indian Reservation Elms 2,420 Hoquiem 9,100 Climate Aberdeen - e|evation 12feet McCleary 1,460 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Montesano, county seat 3,140 Max Tamp (F°) 45.3 58.0 69.7 61.9 Ocean Shores 2,210 .M.in Te...nip 34.0 39.5 50.4 43.5 Westport 1,910 Mean lamp 39.7 48.7 60.1 52.7 Precipitation Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate in inches 12.70 5.56 1.51 8.13 White 60,677 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 58.7 Black 69 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 41 .g Native American 2,099 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.3 Asian and Pecilio Islanders 379 Average Annual Precipitation: 84.54 inches Other 176 8punish odgin (Included above) 673 Assessed value: $1,798,590,926 Island County--now the state's second smallest in area-once encompassed Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcem and San Juan counties. It was created from Thurston Countyin t853. The county is located in the east central portion of Puget Sound and consists primarily of Whldbey and Camane Islands. The county was first settled by I.N. Ebey in 1850 ~nd later by Captain Thomas Coupe in 1852. The U.S. Naval AirStation on Whidbey Island created an economlo revival in the county when itwas founded in 1942. Its county seat, Coupeville, is now s preserved historic town. Today the main economic a~Wities in the county are government, farming, fishing and tourism. ISLAND COUNTY 1 NE Seventh Street, Coupeville 98239 Courthouse hours: 8.30 AM to 4:30 PM COMMISSION ERS Area Gods 206 District 1: C.R. "Dick" Caldwafi (R) 679-7354 District 2: Gordon H. Koetje (R) 6797354 Diskict 3: Dwain Colby (R) 679-7354 Commission meets: First 4 Mondays of each month Assessor: Herman O. Arnold (R) Auditor: Hany H. Farrier (R) Clerk: Marilee Black (R) Coroner: Barbara Andersen, PhD (D) Prosecutor:. David F. Thiele (D) Sheriff: A.J. "Bud" Graves (R) Treasuren. MaxJne Saut~r (R) Budget Director:. Gordon Hey Engineer: Roy Allen, PE Extension Agent: Do, aid B. Meehan He~t~: Tim ~'oona~d, Director W~lie Vra¢~, MD Parks: Connig Henwood Planning: Lan3' Kwaralck 679-7303 679-7366 679.7359 679-7358 679-7363 679-731'0 679.7302 679-7377 679-7331 679-7327 679-7350 679-7~47 679-7373 679-7339 Area: 211.6 square miles Principal Economic Actlvltles Ranking in State: 38th Manufacturing Agriculture and Fishing Population (1989 Estimate): 55,300 Tourism Unincorporated: 38,430 Wood Products Incorporated: 18,870 "Points of Interest Percentage of state: 1.2% Historic Coupeville Density: 261,3 persons per square mile Whidbey Island Gamano Island Leading Cltls= - Population 1959 Estimate Coupevflle, county seat 1,295 Cllmele Ooupeville - elevation 73 feet Langley 786 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Oak Ha~oor 14,790 Max Tamp (F°) 43.3 57.2 71.3 57.9 Min Tamp 33.3 40.2" 60.5 43.0 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate Mean Temp 38.5 48.7 60.9 50.5 White 47.838 Precipitation Black 952 in inches 2.01 1.12 .67 1.73 Native American 508 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 57.4 Asian and Pacific Islanders 2,507 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 41.9 Other 1,595 Average Annual Mean Tempera~Jre: 49.7 Sp~ish origin (included above) 2.208 Aver~le Annual Pr~;~Gpit=tion: 17.73 ;nche= Assessed value: $ 2,399,207,560 TI55120986
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100 COUNTIES JEFFERSON COUNTY Jefferson County was one of the first counties organized by the Washington Territorial Legislature in 1852. It was named a~ter President'l'homas Jefferson. The county is located in the northwestern comer of the state and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west and Puget Sound on the east. It has one of the most colerful county histories in the state. In 1792 Captain George Vancouver named Port Townsend, the present county seal During the mid-nlneteenth century the city experienced a building boom resulting from its status as a major Puget Sound port of entrf and it is now a showpiece el Victorian architecture. Today the county bases its economy on wood products and agriculture while the Olympic National Park, occupying over half of the county, and the unique character of Port Townsend make tourism a major industry. JEFFERSON COUNT~' 1820 Jefferson Streef. Port Townsend 98368 Courthouse hours: 9 AM fo 5 PM COMMISSION ERS District 1: Larry Dennison (D) District 2: B.G. Brown (D) Dis~ct 8: George C. Brown (R) Area Code 206 385-9100 385-9100 385-9100 Commission meats: First 4 Mondays ~nd Tuesdays Assessor: Jack Westerman III (D) 385-9105 Auditor: Mary E. Gaboury (D) 385-9115 Clerk: Mar=anne Waiters (D) 385-9125 Coroner: John Raymond (R) 385-9180 Prosecutor: John Raymond (R) 395-9180 Shedff: Mel Mefford (R) 385-3831 Treasurer: lie Mikkelsan (R) 385-9150 Emergency Services: Mal Mefford 385-3931 Engineer: Robert Nasbitt, PE 385-9160 Extension Agent: Sally McDole 385-9158 Health: J. Peter Geerlofs, MD 385-0722 Recreation: Warren Steurer 385-2221 Planning: David Goldsmith 385-9140 Public Works: Gary Rowe 3859160 Area= 1805.2 square miles Ranldng in state: 18th Population (1999 Estimate): 19,200 Unincorporated: 12,260 Incorporated: 6,940 Percentage of state: 0.4% Density: 10.6 persons per square mile Leading Cities - Population Port Townsend, county seat Ethnlo breakdown White Black Native American Asian and Pacific Islanders Other Spanish origin (included above) Assessed value= $98 t,912,937 1989 Estimate 6°940 1988 Estimate 170636 55 573 176 260 362 Prlnoipal Economic Activities Tourism Wood Products Agriculture and Fishing Points af Interest Olympic National Park Historic Port Townsend Climate Port Townsend - elevation 10 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Tamp (F°) 44.0 57.3 71.4 58.6 Min Tamp 84.9 41.4 51,2 44.7 Mean Tamp 39.4 49.4 61.3 51.6 Precipitation in inches" 2,20 1,12 .68 1.~8 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 57.9 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 43.2 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.5 Average Annual Precipitation: 19.34 inches KING COUNTY King County was organized in 1652 from Thurston County. it was od~inally named after William R. King, Vice President under Franklin Pierce; it was renamed, in 1986, after civil nghts leader Martin Luther King. The first settlements in the county were the donation land claims of Luther Collins, Henry Van Assail, and Jacob Maple in September of 1851 in the Duwarnish Valley area of present day Seattle. This settlement was followed in November by one led by David Denny and Leander Terry at Alkl Pont. The next year the Danny-Terry seffiars moved to a bettor location for loading lumber on the east side of Elliott Bay and named the settlement Seattle after the friendly chief of bhe Duwamish Indians. "[he next year Henry Yesler set up the first steam sawm,I on Puget Sound. King County and $ea~e grew and prospered during the late nineteenth and early twentieth cen- turies with Ihe expansion of the shipping and lumber indus=ties. It boomed again during and after Wodd War II as an aircraft production and shipbuilding canter. Today the county is the Pacific Northwest reglons's major manufacturing and shipping center. KING COUNTY Courthouse, 516 Th~rd Avenue, Seattle 98104 °Coumy Aclm/n/s~[atfon Bldg, 500 Fouflh Ave, SealTJe 98104 #Located in o~her County Buildings County hours: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM COUNCIL Area Code 206 Dialect 1: Audrey G.rH.ger (D) 296-1001 Dis~ct 2: Cynth=a ~uliivan (D) 296-1002 OisVict 3: Brian [Nrdowsld (R) 296-1003 Dlsvtct 4: Lols North (~R) 296-1004 Dlstrlct 5: Ron BIms (D) 296-1005 Dis~ct 0: Bruce L~dng (R) 296-3457 District 7: Paul Barden (R) 296-7777 Dis=dot 8: Greg Nickels~D) 296-1008 DisC~ct 9:.Kent Pullen (D) 296-1009 Coundl Adm~nisttaticn: Gerald Paterson 296.1020 Full Counc~ meets: Evew Monday, 9:30 AM 'A~esson Ruthe P~dder (D) 296-5195 Auditor:. ~on EPJund 296-1655 District Ct Presiding Judge:Peter Jarvls 296-3594 Preseculon. Norm MaJeng (R) 296-9000 Supet'ior CI Presiding Judge:Chides Johnson 29~.9190 County Executive: T~n Hilt .(.R) 296-4040 _DF, pu.ty..CouqtX. _E~.ecut~v..e: Ho.tlln_Fe~sr,A 296-4040 Cruel I-lnancla~ untser: t, atr~a, ~teel 296-3434 Pr.ogram Develogmsnt Manager. Grant Dull 296-4040 Adult Detention D~'ecto~. Steve SchwaJb 296-1268 Executive Admlnlst~tion Dk: Jesus Sanchez 296.3824 "Gener=d Services Mgr:. Jim Buck 296-3488 *Persor'.'~ Office ~ Jim ¥eart~ 296-7340 "Records and Electors Mgr: Jane Hague 296-1640 ~lHuman R~sou~ces ~ MalJreen McLaugh~in 296-7689 #Extension Agent: ~ Royster 296-3900 Ju~cia~ Administre~o,n Dic Jan M~d~els 296-7851 #Parks, Ran & Res Db: Lois Schwennassen 296-7503 #Plan & Comm Dev Mgt: Miriam Greenbaum 296-8650 #Public HeaJth Directon Bud Nicola0 MD 296-4603 #Medical Examiner: Donald T. Reayo MD 223-3232 Public Safety Director: James Mon.tgomery 296-4155 °Public Wedge Director: P~ul Tenas~ 296-6500 #Stadium Administration Dir: Nell Campbell 296-3663 #Youth Sen~ces Director: Harold Della 343-2424 Arcs: 2 130.9 square miles Ranking n state: 11th Population (1989 Estimate): 1,446,000 Unincorporated: 590,450 Incurpomted: 055,544 Percentage of state: 31.0% Denshy: 678.6 persons per square mile Le=dl, n9 Clti=e - Population t089 Estimate Auoum 32,460 Bellevue 86,35o FederaJ Way 58,000 Kent 34,860 Kirkland 36,620 Merce~ Island 20,380 Redmond 33,400 Ran=on 38,480 Sea-T~'~ 24,000 Sea, tie. ceunty seat 497,200 Ethnic lxe=kdown .19~8 Esdmate While 1,213,796 Bl~c~ ~'/,05Z Nat~'~ American 14,450 Asian and Pacific fela.nde~= 87,039 Other 31,561 Spa,-~sh odgin (included above) 39,7~ JEt=eased vllum $ 72,742,545,.375 Principal Economic Actlvltl=,= Manufacturing Shipbuilding Shipping and Trade Fishing AgrK:ulture Woed~rodu¢ts Business Services Tourism In=tltutlona ©! Higher Education Univetdty o! Washington, Sea=de S~at~e University, ~t~ Sea=tie Pacific University, Sea~e City .University, Bellevue Cornish College of theatre Seattle Bellevue Community College. Bellevue Green PJver Community College, Auburn Highl~ne Community ColeBe, Midway North See=tie Community College° Seattle See=de C,e_ntm~ Com. mu=ni,t,,y Col~_ege, Sea=de Shoreline uommun~ty co,ege° S~a~e South Seattle Community College, Seattle La~e Washington VocatJonaJ-Te~hnlcal Institute, KIddand Renmn Voca~onaJ-Technica~ Institute, Renton Po~nl,, of Inter~t Sn~ualmfe Falls Searde Area Climate Seat~e - efevalJon 14 feet ~t~Te JAN APRIL JULY OCT Av mp (F') 45.6 59.4 75.1 60.4 ~ Temp 36.8 44.1 56.1 48.3 Mean Tamp 41.2 - 51.8 65.6 54.4 in thebes 5.19 1.97 .63 3.28 Aversge Annual MaxJn~ Temperaturs: ~0.0 Average Annual l~n~rnum Temperature: 46.4 Average Annual Mean ~emperature: 53.2 Average Annual Predpila~o~ 34.10 Inches TI55120987
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KITSAP COUNTY COUNTIES 101 Kitsep County was founded in 1857 and w~s once pa~t of King and Jefferson counties. It was named Kitsap, meaning "brave chief." "the county is a peninsula located on the west side of Puget Sound. Many geographi- cal features of the county were named by the eady explorers of Puget Sound. Captain George Vancouver named the Hood Canal, Foulweather Bluff, Admiralty Inlet and Port Orchard. In the 1860s, the county's lumber mills provided lumber to build San Francisco. In 1891 the U.S. Navy established the Puget Sound Navy Yard at Bmmerton. Today', the county's economy is based on naval installations, wood products and agriculture. KITSAP COUNTY 614 D/vision S~reet, Por~ Orchard 98366 Cou~lhouse hours: 8:00 ~AM to 4.~0 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 206 Dis~ct 1: John Horslay (D) District 2: B/Ilia Eder (D) District 3: Win Granlund (D) Commission meets: Every Monday Assessor: Carol Belas (D) Auditor: Karen Flynn (D) Clerk: Robert L. Freudanstein (D) Coroner: George R. Fuller (R) Prosecutor:..Dan Clam (D) Sheriff: Pat Jones (D) Treasurer:. Sharon Shrader (D) Dept Internal Management: Debbie Cone Personnel Services: Bert Furuta Juvenile (Youth Services Center): Ed Friswold Public Works: John Swanson Engineer: Paul A. Dour, PE Gomm Development: Ron Perkewicz Extension Agent: Christopher Smith KCARP: Roy Swanson 876-7146 876-7146 876-7146 876-7160 876-7129 876-7164 876-7077 876-7174 876-7100 876-7135 876-7150 876-7169 876-7055 676-7124 876-7121 876-7152 876-7167 876-5577 KITTITAS COUNTY Fair & Parks: Richard Kirk Health: W/lie A. Fisher, MD, MPH Area: 392.7 square miles Ranking in state: 36th Population (1989 Es6mate): 181,500 Unincorporated: 132,468 Incorporated: 49,032 Percentage of state: 3.9% Density: 462.2 persons per square mile 692-6153 478-5235 Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Bremerton 37,080 Port Orchard, county seat 4,860 Poulsbe 4,270 Winslow 2,822 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate White 157,750 Black 3,744 Native American 2,679 Asian and Pacific Islanders 7,958 Other 5,169 Spanish odgin (included above). 7,212 Assessed value: $ 5,964,000,805 Principal Economic Activities Agriculture Fishing Forest Produ~s U.S. Government Instltutlon of Higher Educotlon C~ymplo College, Bremenon Points of Interest Hood Canal Hood Canal Floating Bridge Climate Bremerton - elevation 30 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Tamp (F°) 44.3 58.8 76.3 61.0 Min Tamp 33.4 40.8 53.2 44.6 Mean Tamp 38.9 49.8 64.7 52.8 Precipitation in mches 8.46 3.10 .50 4.48 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 59.8 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 42,9 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 51.4 Average Annual Precipitation: 49.36 inches K/fflies County was organized in 18~3 from portions of Yakima County. Ki.tfilas is Indian for "plenty food." The county is located east of the Cascade Mountains in the geographical center of the state, The county was r~t visited by Europeans in 1812 when members of the Pacifio Fur Company p~ssed through the region. Pdor to the Civil War, Captain George M~Clellan supervised military road oonstruction through the county. In 1905 ~e U.S, Reclamation Service's project in the county opened up 72,000 acres for agricultural development and was of major importance to the county's economic development. Today, Kiffitas County is an important food processing, mixed agriculture and s~ook raising center. Mining and timber also add diversity to its economy. Central Washington University at Ellenshurg is the area's higher education and research center. KITTITAS COUNTY Fifth and Main. EI/ensburg 98926 Courthouse hours: 9 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 District I: Donald E. Sorenson (D) 962-7508 District 2: Roy A. Lumaco (R) 962-7508 Distrk~t 3: James "Rich" Hooter (D) 962-7506 Commission meets: Every Tuesday Assessor; Utena IV~okn~r (D) 962-7501 Auditor: Beverly M. Allenbaugh (D) 962-7557 Clerk: Carol Hoffman (D) 962-7624 Coroner: David Pitte (D) 962-7520 Prosecutor: David Pitts (D} 962-7520 Sheriff: Robert McBride (D) 962-7525 Treasurer: Sally Schormann (O)962-7535 Extension Agent: W. Douglas Wamod~ 962-6811 Health: Robert G. Atwood, MD. MPH X 109 Planning: Tom Pickerel X 214 Public Works: Robert Shelton 962-6811 Area; 2,320.0 square miles Ranking In state: 7th Population (1989 Estimate): 25,400 Unincorporated: 9,840 Incorporated: 15,560 Percentage of state: 0.5% Density: 10,9 persons per square mile Leading Clllaa - Population 1989 Estirn~te Cla Elum 1,760 Ellensburg, county seat 11,730 Kittlt=s 750 Roslyn 840 South Cle Elum 480 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate White 24,189 Black 141 Native American 213 Asian and P,~cific Islanders 204 Ot~er 253 Spanish origin (included above) 327 Assessed value: $ 827,848,295 Principal Econom]= Aotlvltlea Food Processing Agriculture Wood Products Metal Fabrication " Inatltutlon of Higher Education Central Washington Univemity. Ellensburg Points of Interest Cle Elum Dam Pearled Forest Climate Ellansburg - aleuation 1,597 feat Average JAN APRIL JULY O0T Max Tamp (F°) 35.2 61.8 83.9 63.0 Min Temp 19.3 35.2 52.8 36.1 Mean Tamp 24.6 48.1 68.9 48,9 Precipitation in inches 1.26 .49 .13 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 60.2 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 35.9 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 47.7 Average Annual Precipitation: 8.86 inches TI55120988
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I02 COUNTIES KLICKITAT COUNTY i~ickitat County was founded in 1859 from part of Skamania County. Itwas named after the ~]icl~tat indian Tn~s and the word means "robber or thief." The coun~ is Ice, ted in the extreme south center of the state and bounded on the south by the Columbia River. The county was first settJed in 1 g..~2 by Erastus Joslyn. Hewers, no[ un~'11867 was an effective county government organized. Transportation played an important part in the county's history. A U.S. Army wagon road crossed the ¢ounty'in 1855, and later the Columns Railway ancl Navigation Company's railroad and competing Columbia River steamboats provided a colorful chapter in history. Today, Klickitat County bases its economy on food processing, agrlcultum and wood products. KUCKITAT COUNTY 205 South Columbus, Goldenda/e 98620 Coutlhouse hours: 9 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 District 1: Sverre Bakke (D) 773-4612 District 2: Daryl Spalding (R) 773-4612 District 3: Delos Reno (R) 778-4612 Commission meets: Every Monday Assessor: Alan Shipp (I~) 773-3715 Auditor: Nancy J. Evans (D) 773-400t Glerk: Kay Gameran (R) 778-5744 Coroner: Gerald Matosich (D} 773.5838 Prosecutor: Gerald Matcsioh (O) 773-5889 Sheriff: James Gleason (R) • 773-4545 Treasurer: L~Verne Doubravsky (R) 773-4684 Emergency Services: Gerald Matosich 773-5838 Engineer: Ed Hoyle. PE 773-4616 Extension Agent: John D. Fouls (acting) 773-5817 Health: Robert D. Thornton, MD 695-9215 Mental health: Jeff Te~l 695-9215 Planning: David Kunz 773-5703 Public Works: Ed Hoyle 773-4616 LEWIS COUNTY Area: 1,907.8 square miles Principal Economic Activities Ranking in state: 15th Wood Products Metal Industries Population (1989 Estimate): 16,700 Agriculture Unincorporated: 10,245 Incorporated: 6,455 Polnte of Interest Ma~/hill Museum Percentage of state: 0.4% Stonehenge Density: 8.6 persons per ~qu~u'~ mile Goldenda~e ObServatory Leading Oltlaa - Population 1989 Estimate Climate Goldenc~le - elevation 1,635 feet Bingen 675 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Goldendale, county seat 3,7;30 Max Tamp (F°) 36.5 61.5 64.3 63.4 White Salmon 2,050 Min Tamp 22.3 34.4 49.5 36.0 Mean Tamp 29.4 48.0 66.9 49.7 Ethnic breaRdown 1988 Estimate Predpitation White 15,572 in inches 2.93 .85 .15 1.G4 Black 21 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 61.0 Native American 505 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 35.9 Asian and Pa~fic Islanders 131 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 48.4 Other 371 Average Annual Precipitation: 17.41 inches Spanish origin (included above) 576 Assessed value: $ 638,437,319 In 1845 the Provisional Govemmentot Oregon divided the District of Vancouver. into two large counties; all land north ot the Columbia and west of the Cowlitz Rivers was designated Lewis County. it was named after the explorer, Meriwether Lewis. Today the county has been reduced in size and ranks sixth in area among the state's ¢oun6es. It is Ice,tad in the southwestern part of the state and stretches from the summit of the Cascade Mountains on the east to Pa¢iF~ Oounty on the west. The county's early settlers expended mubh effort and time in oJtting and building roads through the vast forests that covered the land. In 1873 the Northern Pacific Railroad passed through the county linking it to the Puget .~ound setffemsnts; the county seat, Chehalis,. was built to accomodate the new railroad. Today, the county has a varied economy based on wood products, manufac- turing, food pin,easing and agriculture. LEWIS COUNTY Courthouse, 351 NW Norfh St, Chahalis g8532 "Annex, 345 West Main Street, Gheha/is 98532 Courthouse hours: 8 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 206 District 1: Jay Winter (R) 748-9121 X 283 District 2: Jeanne Schwartz(R) X 288 Disb'ict 3: Gregory M. Cox (R) X 266 Commission meets: Every Monday and Thursday Assessor: Jenny Wade (D) 748-9121 X 101 Auditor: GaP/Zendell (R) X 156 Clerk: Donna Karvia (D) -X 287 Coroner:, Terry Wil~on (D) 748-9121 "Prosecutor: James R. Mdler (R) X 240 Sheriff: William A. =Bill" Logan (D) X 168 Treasurer: Wad Kuehnar (D) X 110 Central Services: 748-9121 X 311 Emergency Services: Jeanne Massingham X152 *Engineer:. Bob B~rg X123 "Extension Office: Deans H. JohnsonX220 Fair I~nage~ Earl Spenct~r X 196 Health: J. Oo~nne Hoover. MD, MPH X222 Juvenile Director:. Richazd DeVany X178 Maintenance: Gary Reed X192 Padc,-VSr Serv~.ces: Dave Sch~Feroo~t X134 Planning Dept: Mike Zengel X144 Ares; 2,¢49.1 square miles Principal Economic Aotivltie~ Ranking in state: 6th Wood Products Food Processing Population (1989 Estimate): 58,000 Publishing Unincorporated: 34 870 Metal Industries noorporeted: 23,130 Agriculture Manufacturing Percentage of state: 1.2°/,, - Density: 23.7 persons per square mile Institution of Higher Education Oeetralia College, Centralia Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Gen~a~ia 11,840 Points of Interest Chehalis, county se~t 6,320 Borst Blockhouse Morton 1,175 Cla~Jato Church Nap..avine 755 Palisades Rock Pa Ell 585 Gowlitz Mission Toledo 560 Gowlitz Landing • Winlock 1.045 Climate Centralia~ elevation 185 feet Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate Average JAN APRIL JULY White 56,077 Ma~ Tamp (F°} 45.6 62.8 79.1 Black 86 Min Tamp 32.7 39.2 51.O Native American 516 Mean Tamp 39.2 51,0 65.1 Asian and Pacif~ Islanders 413 Precipitation Other ~08 in inohe= 6,36 2.68 .73 Spanish origin (included above) 754 Average Annual .M..~.imum Temper~re: 62.5 Average Annua/Minimum Temperature: 41.5 Assessed value: $1,950.745,436 AverageAnnual Mean Temperature: 52.0 Average Annual Prec~pRadon: 45.53 ~nches OCT 62.8 43.1 53.0 4.50 TI55120989
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LINCOLN COUNTY COUNTIES 103 Uncoln Gounty was organized in 1683 and was once part of Spokane County. It is named after President Abraham Unoo]n. It is located in the northeastern ~ of the state. It w~s first settled by former miners and government freighters, and its county seat, Davenport was located by a spdng on the trail to Walla Wal~ In 1880 Fort Spokane was established on the northern edge o! the county to protect the settJers from the Indians. Today the county is one of the m~jor wheat growing areas of the state and the nation. A~so of imporlance are cattle raising and the production of I~rie.y and oats. UNCOLN COUNTY Logan Street. Davenport 99122 Courthouse hours: 9 AM to 4:30 PM COMMISSIONERS District 1: Donald H. Schibel (R) Distr~t 2: Loren C. Moos (D) District 3: Andy Rustemeyer (R) Area Code 509 725-3031 725-3031 725-3031 Commission meets: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Assessor: Jon F. Freeze (R) 725-7011 Auditor: Larry Undbloom (O) 725-4971 Clerk: Joyca Danisen (R) 725-1401 Coroner: Ronald Shepard (R) 725-4040 Prosecutor: Ronald Sheperd (R)725-4040 Sheriff: Dan D. Berry (R) - 725-3501 Treasurer: Doris Hein (R) 725-5061 Emerger~cy Services: Jack R. Buck 725-2281 Engineer: Glen Oliver, PE 725-7041 Extension Agent: Thomas E. Platt 725-4171 Health: Marshall Thompson, MD 725-1001 Planner: Terry Goodman 725-7911 MASON COUNTY Area; 2,305,5 square miles Ranking in state: 8|h Population (1989 Estimate): 8,800 Unincorporated: 3,587 Incorporated: 5,233 Percentage of state: 0.2% Density: 3.8 persons per square mile Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Davenport, county seat 1.465 Herrington 480 Odessa 940 Reardan 450 Spregue 485 Wilbur 875 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate White 9,508 Black 4 Native American 137 Asian end Pacific Islanders 26 Other 25 Spanish odgin (included above) 78 value: $504,625,650 Principal Economic Activities Agriculture Food Products Mining Point= of Interest Fort Spokane Grand Coulee Dam Roosevelt Lake Climate Davenport- elevation 2,450 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT M~x Tamp (F°) 30.5 59.4 84.4 59.4 Min Tamp 13.1 34.0 50.4 35.8 Mean Tamp 24.3 46.7 67.4 47.6 Precipitation in inches 2.11 1.07 .53 1 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 57.6 Average Annual Minimum Temperature'. 34.8 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 46.2 Average Annual Precipitation: 16.72 inches Mason County was organized in 1854 and was originally part ol Thurston County.'lt was first called Sawamish and later changed to Mason after C.W. Mason, the secretary of the first territorial governor. The county is located on the southwestern end of the Hood Canal and Puget Sound, and extends into the Olympic Mountains to the north. Much of the county's eady history centered around road building as the early settlers were forced to cut through heavy stands of timber to gain access to t~ad~ng centers. Today, Mason County's pdmary eco- nomic acfivity is in the production of wood products and logging. MASON COUNTY Fourth and AIder, She~ton 98584 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 206 District 1: Michael Gibson (D) 427-9670 Distdct 2: William O. (Bill) Hunter (R) 427-9670 District 3: Anngtte S. McGee (D) Commission meets: Every Tuesday Assessor: S. Gordon Craig (D) Auditor: Allan T. Brotche (D) Clerk: Pat Swartos (D) Coroner:. Gary P. Bud=son (R) Pros=cuter: G~'y P. Burlason (R) Sheriff: Bob Holler (R) Treasurer: Dcrene Rae (D) Emergency Services: Ernie Loertscher (a~ng) Engineer:. M~-Iey Young, PE, LS Extension Agent: J~Jnes R. Freed Fair:. John Davis General Services: MiP, e Byme HeaJth: Jo~me Hoover, PHE, MPH Public Wo,-ks: Madey Young 427-9670 427-967O 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 427-9670 Area: 962.3 square miles Ranking in state: 29th Population (1989 Estimate): 37,500 Unincorporated: 29,880 Incorporated: 7,620 Peroen~ge of state: 0.6% Density: 39.0 persons per square mile Leading Cities - Populal~on 1989 Estimate Shaiton, county seat 7,620 Ethnlc breakdown 1988 Estimate White 34,158 Bl~ck 175 Native Amedcan 1,330 Asian and Pacific Islanders 453 Other 684 Spanish odgin (included above) 799 Assessed value: $1.446,264.413 Principal Economic Activities Wood Products Food Processing Manufacturing Agriculture Point= of Interest Hood Canal L~ke Cushman Climate Shelten - elevation 12 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Tamp (F°) 44.9 61.2 77.6 61.6 IVEn Tamp 31.7 38.0 50.8 42.1 Mean Temp 38.4 49.7 64.3 51.9 Precipitation in inches 10.37 3.89 .60 8.09 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 61.2 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 40.9 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 51.1 Average Annual Precipita~en: 64.29 inches TI55120990
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104 II COUNTIES OKANOGAN COUNTY Okanegan County was ='eared in 1886 from Stevens County, and is an Indian word for "rendezvous.- It is situated in the north central part of the state west of the Cascades end bounded on the north by Canada. The first Amerlcan post in the statewas Foit Okanogan establishedin 1611 by Astor's Pacitio Fur Company. In 1859 the colmty experienced a gold rush when placer gold was discovered on the Sim~karneen River. Steamboats reached the town of Okanegan two months of the year in the 18805. but it was not until 1915 that the county had regular transportation ¢erv'ce when t~e Great Northern Railroad ran a branch line from Wenatchee to Okanogan. Today, mining is an important part of the county's economy along with timber products and agriculture, OKANOGAN COUNTY 149 Third North. Okanogan 98840 Courthouse hours: 8 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 District I: Boyd_W,.~,ten.(R) .... 422-3521 Disbi~-t 2: Ad~e u~inKeneearo (HI 422-3521 District 3: Melvin Kuhlman (R) 422-3521 Commission meets: Every Monday and Tuesday Assessor: Bain Crofoot (D) 422-2510 Auditor: Evelyn Frazier (DO 422-3712 Clerk: JaC~lUeline L. Bradley (D) 422-3650 Coroner: John G. (Jack) Burchard, Jr (D)422-3071 Prosecutor: John Q. (Jack) Burchard, Jr (D) 422-3071 Shedff: Jan}..e.s Weed (D) 42Z-3130 Treasurer: walter Womack (D) 422-3732 Emergency Services: James Weed 422-3031 Engineer: :Joe Nell, PE 422-3350 Extension Agent: S, Leath Andrews 422-3670 Health: James J, Edwards, MD 422-3867 Juvenile Probation: Steve Ayres 422-3462 Parks: Richard Sele 422-3350 Planning Dept: Mary Meloy 422-3301 Public Works: Paul Waller 422-3350 PACIFIC COUNTY Area: 5,300.6 square miles Ranking in state: 1st Populatlon (1989 Estimate): 81,700 Unincorporated: 17,663 Incorporated: 14,037 Percentage of state: 0.7% Density: 6.0 persons per square mile Principal Economic Activities Wood Products Agriculture Points of Interest Fort Okanogan Grand Coulee Dam St. Mary's Mission Colville Indian Resm'vation Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Brewster 1,588 Climate Okanogan - elevation 835 feet Okanogan, county seat 2,395 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Croak 3,870 Max Tamp (F°) 31.0 67.8 92.1 65.2 Oroville 1,495 Tonasket 1,045 Min Tamp 17.4 38,4 57.9 38.6 Mean Tamp 24.2 53.1 75.0 51.8 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate Precipitation White 27,883 in inches 1.23 .88 .28 .89 Black 33 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 63.2 Native Amedcan 3,414 Average Aanua~ Minimum Temperature: 38.2 Asian and Pacific Islanders 88 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.7 Other 582 Average Annual Precipitation: 11.65 inches Spanish origin {included above) 725 Assessed value: $ 871,285,941 Pacil'¢ County was organized in 1851 by the Oregon Territorial Legislature from Lewis County, It is named for the Padfic Ocean and is located on the far southwest corner of the state facing the Pacific Ocean. The county around Will,ca Bay was explored by Lewis and Cla .rk in 1806 and during the state's territorial days was a key point in the Washington Territory's water and stagecoach transportation system. Today, Pacific County's economy is based on wood products, agriculture and fishing. PACIFIC COUNTY 300 Memorial Avenue, South Bend 98586 Courthouse hours: 8AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 206 District 1: Richard Sands (D) 875-9337 X 337 Dis~ct 2: Dan'l Markham (D) X 337 D]s~lct 3: Dave Wolfenbargor (D) X 337 Commisslon meets: 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays, and 1st Monday of every querier Assessor: Jsny Porter (D) Auditor: Robert M. Johnson (D) Clerk: Gag L. Hatflald (D) Comnen Michael Sullivan (D) Prosecutor: Michael ~ullivan (D) Shedff: Jerry Banning (D) Treasurer:. Robert Manohon (D) Engineer:. Pat Mordscey. PE Extension Agent:. Patdcia Boyas HealS: Batty Carlisle, MD PJanning: Ma,'k Caray Public Works: John Bay 875-9301 875-93O9 875-9320 875-9361 875-9361 875-9395 or 875-5534 875-9421 875-9368 875-9331 875-9343 875-9356 875-9363 Area: 908.2 square miles Ranking in state: 80th Population (1989 Estimate): 17,700 Unincorporated: 11,083 Incorporated: 6,617 Percentage of state: 0.4% Density: 19.S persons per square mite Leading Cilia= - Population Ilwace Long Beach Raymond South Bend, county seat Ethnic breakdown White Black Native American Asian and PacifK; Islanders O~er ..~panish origin ('L,~Juck~d above) Assessed value: $ 559,617,181 1989 Estimate 812 1,310 2,870 1,625 1988 Estimate 16,930 36 368 130 136 184 Principal Economic Activities Wood Products Seafood Processing Agriculture Points of Interest • Willapa Bay Fort Canby Willie Keil's Grave Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Climate Long Beach - elevation 10 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY Max Tamp (F°) 49.5 56.0 66.5 Min Tamp 35.5 40.3 50.3 Mean Tamp 41.8 48.0 58.4 Precipitation in inches 12.62 6.10 t.09 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 58.2 Average Annua/Minimum Temperature: 42.4 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.2 Average Annual Precipitation: 80.79 inches 43.9 sz8 7.91 TI55120991
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PEND OREILLE COUNTY COUNTIES 105 I II Pend CreOle 0ounty was Ion-ned t'rom Stevens County in 1911. It is named after an lnc~lan vibe o1 t~e are~. The county is located in the far northeastern comer of the state and borders Canada to the north and Idaho on the easL Itwas tirst visited by Europeans in 1809 when David Thompson of the Northwest Company p~ssecl t~rough the ~;ounty. The famous missionary, Father De Smet, was also active in the area. During the mid- nineteenth century, gold was discovered along the Pend Oreille River bringing in the firs1 setllers. Steamboats brought the settlers supplies until 1909 when the first railroad arrived. T~x~ay the rn~jor~ty of the county is made up of national forest land. Its major economic activities are logging, agriculture, mining and toudsm. PEND OREILLE COUNTY 625 West Fourlh, PO Box 409, Newport 99156 *Ha//ofJus#ce, Garden Ave, Newport 99156 Courthouse hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM GOMMISSIONERS District 1: Earl L Sorsdahl (R) District 2: Michael Keogh (D) District 3: Hadan Young (D) Area Code 509 447-4119 447-4119 447-4119 Commission meets: Every Monday Assessor: Stephen Thompson (D) 447-4312 Auditor: Glenn A. Earl (D) 447-3185 • Clerk: Winnie Sundseth (D) 447-2495 • Coroner: Thomas A. Metzger (D) 447-4414 "Prosecutor: Thomas A. Motzger (D) 4474414 Sheriff: Anthony G. Bamonte (D) 447-3151 Treasurer: Betty L. Verbrugge (D) 447-3612 Engineer: Herb Pease 447-4513 Extension Agent: Janet Kiser 447-3325 Juvenile Officer: Cindy Delay 447-4021 Mental Health: Stephen Patton 447-3175 Plzmning: Paul Wilson 447-4821 Area: 1,402 square miles Principal Economic Activities Ranking in state: 251h We~d Products Agriculture Population (1989 Estimate): 8,900 Mining Unincorporated: 6 107 ncorperated: 2,793 Points of Intere=t Boundary Dam Percentage of state: 0.2% Gardner Caves Density: 6.3 persons per square mile Manresa Grotto Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Pacific NW Geophysical Observatory Cusick 236 lone 520 CIImata Newport- elevation 2,135 feet Metaline 182 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Metaline Falls 265 Max Tamp (F°) 31.4 60.0 86.0 59.0 Newport, county seat 1,590 Min Tamp 17.3 30.4 44.7 32.5 Mean Tamp 24.0 45.2 65.4 45.8 Ethnlc breakdown 1988 Estimate Precipitation White 8.519 in inches 3.50 1.71 .61 2.76 Black 7 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 58.4 Native American 240 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 31.3 Asian and Pacific Islanders 23 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 44.9 Other 47 Average Annual PrE~'.ipitation: 27.16 inches Spanish origin (included above) 119 Assessed value: $ 378,090,438 PIERCE COUNTY Pierce County was organized in 1852 from a portion of Thurston County by the Oregon Territorial Legislature. It was named for President Franklin Pierce. It is located in the west central part of the state and stretches from Puget Sound on the west to Mount Rainier in the Cascade Mountains. The first U.$. military base established on Puget Sound was Fort Steilacoom in 1849. The county achieved prominence In the late nineteenth century when two major transcontinental railroads made Tacoma their western terminus. Tacoma also became the headquarters for the Weyerhaeuser Company and a major Pacific shipping c~ntar. Today, Pierce County possesses a varied economy based on wood preduots, metal manufacturing, food processing and shipping. Its county seat, Tacoma, is the state's Ihird largest c~ty. PIERCE COUNTY Coun~,.C_ ily Building 930Tacoma Avenue Southa Tacoma 98402 °County Public Se[vices Building 2401 South 351h Stregt, Tacoma 99409 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM COUNCILPERSONS Area Code 206 District 1: Barbara Skinner (D) 591-7777 District 2: William Stoner (D) 591-7777 District 3: Barbara Caiman (D) 591-7777 Distdct 4: Dennis Flannlgan tO) 591-7777 DisVict 5: ~ 591-7777 District 6: ~) 591-7777 Dist~cl 7: Paul Gyr (D) 591-7777 Coundl meets: E, very Tuesday °Assessor/fleas: Wendell Brown (D) 591.7111 "Auditor: Bdan Sonnteg (D) 591-7427 County Executive: Joe Stortinl (D) 591-7477 Clerk: Ted Rutt 591-7464 Coroner/MedicaJ Examiner: Emmanuel Q. Lacsina, MD 591-6494 Prosecutor: John L,mdenburg (D) 691-7400 Sheriff: Chuc~ l~bbins 591-7540 Depuly County Exec: Andrew Neldllz 591-7477 BudgeVRnance Dir: Patdck Kenney 591-7450 Human Service= Dir:. To~'t Hilyan:l 591-719e Oper~ons Die Fred Aeder~on 591-7477 Permiting and L~nd Services: Debby Hyde 591-7200 Shet;Jt's Sen~ces D~ John Shields 593-~ "ExIension A0ent" Frank W. Stowe591-7'180 HeaJth: N At;an. MO 591-650e- Parks & Re¢: Jan We]colt 593-4176 "Planning Dffec~or: Joe Sc~-clo 591-71 .~8 Prinell~al Economic Actlvltl== Public Works ~r~r: ~hn Trent (~cting) 591-72~ Fo~ Pm~ssl~ W~d ~d Pape~ Pr~uc~ ~ Industries Area: 1,67~.9 square miles R~n~ng in'sl~te: ~rd M~ufa~u~ng Shipbuildf~ Chemi~ls ~d AI~ Pr~u=s Pop.ul=llon (1~g EsSm~te): ~ ~ unln~t~rated: ~S ~ Apparel and Textiles ~rated; ~5,2~ Agri~llure Tourism Per~nlage of s~le: 12.~ Densi~: ~,7 ~rsons ~r ~quam mile Institutions of Higher Education Univ~rsi~ of Puget ~und, ~scoma Leadl~ Cilia= - Popul~on 1989 Es~mate Padre Bonney Lake 6.810 Pier~ Coll~e, ~om~ Fimrest 5,~0 Ta~ Co~uni~ Co~e. Ta~ma P~Bup 21.2~ Clover Park Vo~ona~T~ni=l Insd~te, Ta~ma Stei~ 5,420 L.H. ~tes V~don~-Te~ni~l Instate. T~ma Sumner ~unt ~nier Ethnic ~=akdo~ 1~8 Es~mate Fo~ L~is ~ite ~,861 NaSve A~ 7.~ Cltm~= Ta~ma - ele~on 1 Asian and P~¢i~¢ I~ders ~,~14 Average JAN AP~L JULY O~et 17,0~ ~ Tamp (F=) 44.2 57.8 74.3 Sp~sh ~n (indud~ ~ve) ~,052 ~m Te~ ~.3 4~.4 54.3 ~ Tamp 39.9 . S0~ 64.4 m m~s 5~ 237 .74 Aver~ ~ ~mum T~m~e: 59.1 Av~age OCT 5g.8 45.9 E~.O 3.81 TI55120992
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106 COUNTIES SAN JUAN COUNTY San Juan Countywas organized in 1873 from Whatcom County. Itwas named |or Juan Francisco de F--~Jza who explored Puget Sound in 1791. The county is the slate's smallest in area and is made up of a sma~ cluster ol islands located east of Vancouver Island in Puget Sound. The county's most significant historical event was the dispute between Great Britain and the United State over the islands" sovereignty known as =The Pig War." The dispute was arbitrated by Germany and settJed in favor of the United States. Today, the primary economic pursuits in ~e county are produce farming, lime mining and tourism. SAN JUAN COUNTY 350 Cou/t Street, Friday Harber 98250 Courthouse hours: 8:;30 AM to 4:30 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Cede 206 District 1: Douglas R. Codiss (R) 376-2898 District 2: Bruce Orchid (D}378-2898 District 3: Tom Cowan (R) 378-2898 Commission meets: Every Tuesday Assessor: Paul Dossett (R) 378-2172 Auditor: Si Stephens (R) 376-2161 Clerk: Beatrice G. Crossman (R) 378-2163 Coroner: Frederick Canavor, Jr (D) 378-4101 Prosecutor: Frederick Ganavor, Jr (D) 378-4101 Sheriff: Sill Cumming (D) 378-4151 Treasurer: Connie Erickson (R)378-2171 Engineer: Ron Loewan, PE 378-2114 Extension Agent: R, Lee Campbell 378-4414 Health: Paul A. Chiles, MD 378-4474 Planning Dept: Richard Grout 378-2854 Public Works: Ron Loewan 378-2114 SKAGIT COUNTY Area: 179,3 square miles Ranking in state: 3gth Population (1989 Estimate): 9,700 Unincorporated: 8,160 Incorporated: 1,540 Percentage of state: 0.2°/= Density: 54.1 persons per square mile Leading Citles - Population Friday Harbor, county seat Ethnic breakdown White Black Native Amedcan Asian and Pacific Islanders Other Spanish origin (included above) Assessed value: $1,153,750,316 1989 Estimate 1,540 1988 Estimate 9,307 12 73 7O 138 105 Principal Economic Aetlvltles Agriculture and Fishing Toudsm Points of Interest Amedcan Camp English Camp Climate Olga - elevation 80 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Temp (F°) 43.6 57.0 70.1 58.0 Min Temp 33.6 40.2 48.g 43.7 Mean Temp 38.6 48.6 59.6 50.9 Precipitation in inche~ 4.04 1.65 .88 3.04 Averege Annual Maximum Temperature: 57.2 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 41.7 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 49.5 Average Annual Precipitation: 28.78 inches Skagit County was created in 1633 from Whatcom County and is named after a local Indian tribe. It is located in the northwestern part of the state and stretches from Puget Sound on the west to the crest of the Cascade Mountains on the east. The county has been settled since 1859; however, gold strikes in the 1870s brought in miners who later to.ok up logging and farming after the gold gave ouL In 1869 the introduction of a reilroad into the county helped to increase its population. Today, Skagit County has e rich and diverse economic base. It is one of the state's most productive vegetable and beny growing areas. Dairying and poultry raising are important economic activities ~nd the county is also a producer of cement, steel and wood products. SKAGIT COUNTY 205 Kincaid Street, Mount Vernon 98273 Courthouse hours: 6:30 AM to 4:30 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Gods 206 District 1: Bill Vaux (R) 336-9300 District 2: Ruth Wylie (D) 336-9300 District 3: David Rohrer (R) 336-9300 Commission meets: Every Monday and Tuesday; each 1st Wednesday Assessor: Paul Mahoney (D) 336-9370 Auditor: Jeny Mclnturfl (D) 336-9420 Clerk: Phyllis Coole-McKeehen (D) 336-9440 Coroner: Frank Kendall (D) 336-9431 Prosecutor: Michael Rickert (R) 336-9460 5hedff: Gary L. Frazier (D) 336-9450 Treasurer:Judy Menish (D) 336-9350 Engineer: Mark Spahr 336-9400 Extension Agent: Kay Haaland 336-9322 Health Director:. Care~yn JV~lat ~6-9~80 Parks & Rec Dir: Jon Aarstad ~L36-9414 Ranr~ng Dir: Scott I~-kpatrick336-9410 Public WodcsMark Spahr 336-9400 Area: 1,734.6 square miles Ranking in state: 25th Population (1989 Estimate): 72,400 Unincorporated: 34,920 Incorporated: 37,480 Percentage of state: 1,6% Density: 41.7 persons per square m~e Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Anacortes 10,600 Budlngton 3,830 Mount Vernon, county seat 14,790 Sedro Woolley 6,430 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate White 66,145 Black 110 Native American 1,328 Asian and Pesific Islanders 522 Other 2,695 Spanish origin (included above) 2.COS Assessed value: $ 2,897,836,943 Principal Economle Activities Wood Products Petroleum and Coal Processing Food Processing Agriculture Institution of Higher Edu=tlon Skagit Valley College, Mount Vernon Point-, of Interest Upper and Lower Baker Dam David Douglas Marker Mount Logan Climate Mount Vernon - elevation 29 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Temp (F0) 45.1 58.2 75.1 60.3 Min Temp 32.5 39.4 49.3 42.3 Mean Temp 38.8 48.8 62.2 51.3 Precipitation In inches 4.22 2.40 .81 3.60 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 59.5 Average AnnuaJ Minimum Temperature: 41.0 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.3 Average Annual Precipitation: 32.t 5 inches TI55120993
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SKAMANIA COUNTY "~. ," ~, . ~ COUNTIES 107 III Skamania Oountywas founded in 1854 from Ol~u'k County. Its name means "~wift water." 1[ ~s located in th.~ southern pert of the state and is bordered on the south by the Columbia River. The county is bisected north and south by the Cascade Mountains and contains MountSt. Helens. ~he most active volcano in the contin~.nb~ United States, The county is hearty forested and its economy depend= primarily on logging and the wo~cl products industry. Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River touches Skamania County and gave impetus to the county's economy. Fishing on the river has also provided a source of income to the county. SKAMANIA COUNTY Count" Courthouse 240 NW Vancouver PO Box 790, Stevenson 98648 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 District 1: Kaye Masco (D) 427-5141 X 239 Dls~rict 2: Edward A. McLarney (D) X 240 District 3: Edward Callahan (D) X 237 Commission meets: Evew Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Assessor: Glenda J. Kimmel (D) X 229 Auditor: Gary M. Cleon (R) X 226 Clerk: Rena Hollis (D) X 268 Coroner: Robert K. Leick (R) X 244 Prosecutor: Robert K. Leick (R) X 244 Sheriff: Ray Blalsdell (D) X 276 Treasurer: Wilma J. Comwall (R) X 228 Buildings & Grounds: Jim Chase X 277 Central Services: Richard Rush X 245 Engineer:. Curt Skaar X 241 Extension Agent: Phillip W. Crawford X 214 Parks & Reo: Bryan Snell X 281 Planning Oept: Bob Lee X 260 Principal Economic Aotlvltles Area: 1,672.3 square miles Wood Products Ranking in state: 24th Agriculture Tourism Population (1989 Estimate): 8,100 Unincorporated: 6,555 Points of interest Incorporated: 1,545 Mount St..Helens Ice Caves Pementage of state: 0.2% Government Mineral Springs Density: 4.8 persons per square mile Bonneville Dam Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Climate Wind River - elevation 1,150 feet North Bonneville 440 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Stevenson, county seat 1.105 Max Tamp (F°) 38.4 59.7 80.0 61.4 Min Temp 25.6 33.6 46.9 37.4 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate Mean Temp 92.0 46.6 63.5 49.4 White 7,833 Precipitation Black 7 ininches 16.05 6.2G 1.01 8.74 Native Amadcan 9G Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 59.5 Asian and Pacific Islanders 26 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 36.2 Other 38 Average Annual Mean Temporeture: 47.8 Spanish origin (included above) 81 Average Annual Precipitation: 99.51 inches Assessed value: $ 292,159,099 Snohomish County was established in 1861 and was once part of Island .County. It is named after the tribe of Indians that once occupied the area. The county stretches from Puget Sound on the west to the crest of the Cascade Mountains on the easL The county was first e;<plored in 1792 when Captain George Vancouver named the region New Georgia; he also named Port Susan and Port Gardner Bay. The vast stands of timber attracted settlers who set up mills and provided timber to build San Francisco and the transconti .nental railroads in the mid-nineteenth century. Today, Snohomish Coun~j is the third most populous county in Washington and enjoys a varied economy based on wood products, aircraft manufacturing and agriculture. SNOHOMISH COUNTY 3000 Rockefeller A venue, Everett 98201 Courthouse hours: 9 AM to 5 PM COUNCIL Area Code 206 District 1: Ross Kane (D) 388-3494 District 2: Uz McLaughlin (D) 388-3494 Dis~ct 3: Bill Brubaker (R) 388-3494 District 4: Brian Cocoran (D} 388-3494 District 5: Peter Hurley(D) 388-3494 Council meets: Monday through Friday Assessor:. Richard McAninch (D) 388-3433 Auditor: Dean Williams (D) 388-3444 Clerk: Kay Andersen (D) 388-3463 County Executive : Willis D. Tucker (D) 3883460 Medical Examiner: Eric L. Kiesel, MD 388-8516 Prosecutor: Seth Dawson (D) 388-8333 Shedfl: James Scharf (D) 388-3342 Treasurer: Kirke Sievers (D) 388-3352 Deputy Executive: John Ma~nis 388-3460 Budget/Finance: Tom Carlson 388-3475 Extension Agent: Leon Church 388-2400 Health: M. Ward Hinds. MD 3885200 Parks & Rec: Ron M~lfn 388-1208 Planning: Greg W'dt~ams 388-3311 Public.Works: Gerald Weed, PE 388-3434 Systems SeP,~ces: Pdchard Smith 3883349 Area: 2=098.2 square miles Ranking in state: 13th Population (1989 Estimate): 430.500 Unincorporated: 24~ 944 ncorperated: 187,456 Percentage of state: 9.2% Density: ;~05.1 persons per square mile Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Edmonds 29,720 Everett, county seat 64,170 ~a nnWoed 26,280 ~ysville 6,150 Mill Creek 5,920 Mountiake Terrace 17,590 Muldltao 6,130 Snohomish 5,860 • Ethnic breakdown 1938 Estimate White 381,805 Black 3,172 Native American 5,695 Asian and Pacific Islanders 10,166 Othor Spanish origin (inclucbd above) 1 Assessed vslue: $16,61 O,429,447 Principal Economic Aclivllles Transportation Equipment Manufacturing Wood Products Food Processing Electronic and Electrical Equipment • Instllul|ons of Higher Educetlon Edmonds Community College, Lynnwood Bv~rett Community College, Everett Points of Interest Wallace Falls Glacier Peak Sunset Falls Culmback Dam Climate Everett - elevation 36 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Temp (F°) 44.6 58.8 72.4 59.8 Min Tamp 32.6 40.4 52.3 43.8 Mean Tamp 38.6 49.6 62.4 51 Precipitation in Inches 4.45 2.39 .93 3.54 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 58.8 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 42.4 Average ,Annual Mean Temperature: Average Annual Precip;t~t;on: 68.24 inches TI55120994
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108 COUNTIES SPOKANE COUNTY Spekana County was first organized in 1856 from partof WallaWalla County. F'we years later ,t was voted out of existence by the Territorial Leglslazure and mergect~o Stevens County. In 1879 it was recreated and named after the Spokane Indians: the name means "chffd of the sun.= It is located in the northeastern pa~t of the state and is bounded by Idaho on the east. The county was first visited by fur traders in 1810, who established Spokane House as a b'ading center. Two years later the P~cific Fur Company built Fort Spokane. Missionar- ies ardved in the county in the 1830s. The first permanent settlements in the county were established in the 1870s and the county's prosperity was assured with the arrival of the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1890. Today Spokane County has a prosperous and varied economy based on manufacturing and agriculture. Its county seat. Spokane, is the second largest city in the state and is a regional transportation, financial and cultural center. SPOKANE COUNTY CourlhoUse West 1116 Broadway, Spoiane 99260 *Public Safety Building , . ..... West 1100 Ma//on Ave, SpoKane u~zbu Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 509 Dtstr|ct 1: John R., McBride (D) 456-2265 District 2: Steve Hasson (D) 456-2265 District 3: Patricia Mummey {D) 456-2265 Commission meets: Every Tuesday Assessor: George Britton (D} 456-3696 Auditor: William Donahue (D) 456-2217 Clerk: Thomas R, Fallquist (R)456-2211 Coroner: Graham Slagle McConnell, MD (D) 456-2296 "Prosecutor: Donald Brockett (D) 458-3662 *Sheriff: La~'y Erickson (D) 456-4748 Treasurer: Skip Chilberg (D) .456-4768 Admin Officer: Marshall Famell456-2265 Budget Dir: John Ogden 456-5789 Emergency Services: Ead Brown 456-2204 Engineer: Ronald Hormann 456-3600 Extension Agent: Roland C. Hintze 456-3651 Health: Mary Q. Luther, MD 456-3630 Parks & Rec: Albert D. Angove 456-4730 Planning: Wally Hubbard 456-2274 Public Works Dir: Dennis ~¢ott456-3600 STEVENS COUNTY Area= 1,758.3 square miles Principal Econorni¢ Activities Ranking in state: 19th Food Processing Population (1989 Estimate): 358,000 Apparel & Textile Manufacturing Unincorporated: 168,468 Publishing Incorporated: 169,532 Metal Fabricefion Percentage of state: 7.7% Agriculture Denslty: 203.6 persons per square mile Electmnics Machinery Manufacturing Leadlng Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Wood Products Ai~'/ay Heights 1,905 Chancy 7,630 Points of Interest Deer Park 2,380 Long Lake Dam Medical Lake 3,790 Mount Spokane Millwood 1,680 Spokane Plains Battlefield Spokane, county seat 170,700 Spokane House Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate White 336,011 Climate Spokane - elevation 1.982 feet Black 4,657 Average ' JAN APRIL JULY Native Amedcan 4,481 Max Tamp (F°) 35,5 61.4 58.4 Asian end Pacific Islanders 5,262 Min Tamp 24.2 38.4 56.7 Other 3,689 Mean Tamp 29.9 49.9 72.6 Spanish odgin (included above) 5,728 Precipitation Assessed vslue: $ 9,733,211,671 in Inches 2.03 1.31 .40 Inatilullona of Higher Education Average Annua~ Maximum Temperature: 60.9 Eastern Washington University, Chancy Aversge Annual Minimum Temperature: 39.7 Gonzaga University, $1:~kane Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.3 Whi.tworth Oollege, ~pokane Average Annual Precipitation: 17.41 inches Spoons Community College Spokane. Spokane Falls Community C~llege, Spo}<ane OCT 61.8 39.6 50.7 1.17 Stevens County was c~eated in 1863 from Walls Walls County, It was once one of the Washington Territory's largest counties end included most of today's eastern Washington. It was named after the first Territorial governor, Isaac Stevens. The county is located in the northeastern part of the state and is bounded on the n0~ by Canada and on the west by the Columbia River. The ~pokane Indian Reservation occupies the southern portion of the county. Europeans first entered the county In 1811 when David "fhompson visited Kettle Falls. In 1826 the Hudson's Bay Company erected Fort Colville as a fur trading center for the region. Protestant mlsslons were established in the county in 1835 and 1837, and In 1845 Father De Smet founded St. Paul's Mission near Kettle Falls. Today, the county's economy is based on mining, agriculture, food processing end toudsm. STEVENS COUNTY 215 South Oak Street, Colville 99114 Courthouse hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM COMMISSION ERS Area Code 509 District 1: Clive W. Pdce (R) 684-3751" District 2: Tom McKem (D) 684-3751° District 3: Allan Mack (R) 684-3751" Commission meets: Ever~ Monday and Tuesday Assessor: Blanche G. Estep (R) 684-6161 Auditor: William E. Provost (D) 684-4231 Clerk: Patrisie A. Chester (D)684-6111 Coroner: John G. Wetie (R) 634-5266 Prosecutor: John G. Wells (R) 684-5266 Shedff: Richard Andres (D) 684-2555 Treasurer: Fr~:lerick B. McCurdy (D) 684-2593 Emergency Services: Richard Andros 684-2555 Engineer:. Michael Wnek, PE 684-4548 Extension Agent: Wayne H. Madson 684-2588 Health: Edmund W. Gray', MD 684-5048 Publi~ World: Duane Lehman 684-4548 "IriSh'on teiephone number Area: 2,481.2 square miles Principal Economic Aotlvltle= Ranking in state: 5th Wood Products Mining Population (1989 Estimate): 30,500 Metals Processing Unincorporated: 21,867 Incorporated: 8,683 Point= of Interest • Fort Colville Percentage of state: 0.7% Roosevelt Lake Density: 12,3 persons per ,square mi~e Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Range Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Climate Colville - elevation 1,685 feet Chewelah 1,940 Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Colvilk), county see 4,740 Max Tamp (F~) 30.3 64.5 86.6 59.8 Kettle Fails 1,2S6 Min Tamp 17.2 33.9 49.1 34.6 Mean Tamp 23.5 48.6 68.0 46.8 Ethnic breakdown lg88 Estimate Precipitation White 28,170 in inches 2.05 1.07 .71 1.69 Black 29 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 59.4 Native American 1,622 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 34.0 Asian and Pacific Islanders 123 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 46.5 Other 256 Average Annual Precipitation: 17.36 inches Spanish origin (included above) 373 A~ae~'s~J tmlua.- $ 915,662,977 t TI55120995
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THURSTON COUNTY COUNTIES 109 I Thurston County was organized in 1852, andwas named forSam R. Thurston. th~ firstTerritodaf de|ogate from Oregon, It is located at the southern end of Puget Sound. The 6rat Amedc~n settlement north of the Columbia River was established in the county ~ 1845 at Tumwater, along with the first industry, a gristmill established the next year. In 1853 Governor Isaac Stevens proclaimed Olympia the Territorial capital, ~nd the first Washington Territorial legislature met here in 1854. Today. Thurston County, in addtion to having the seat of governmentat Olympia, bases its economy on wood products manufa~udng, dairying and poultry raising. The Port of Olympia continues to grow in importance as an exporter of wood products. THURSTON COUNTY 2000 Lakeridge Drive SW. O/ympia 98502 Coutlhouse hours: 9 AM to 5 PM COMMISSION ERS Area Code 206 District 1: George L. earner, Jr. (D) 786-5440 District 2: Diane Oberquell (D) 786-5440 District 3: Les Eldridge (D) 786-5440 Commission meets: Every Monday, 9 AM Assessor: Ann Clifton (D) 786-5410 Auditor: Sam S. Reed (R) 78~-5224 Clerk: Thelma =Chum"Tl~omas (D) 786-5431 Coroner: Judy Arnold (D) 786-5529 Prosecutor:. Patrick D. Sutherland (D) 786-5540 Sheriff: Gary Edwards(R) 786-5501 Treasurer: Michael J. Murphy (D) 786.5542 County Administrator: Tom Fitzs=mmons 786-5440 Deputy County Administrator: Steve Zimmerman 786-5440 Engineer; Jerry Hendricks, PE 786-5490 Extension Agent: Joyce Olsen Kowal 786-5445 Health: Gary Goldbaum, MD 786-5580 Parks: Michael Welter 786-5595 Planning Dept: Harold Robertson 786-5480 Public Works: Dan Durig 786-5490 Area: .714.0 square miles Ran~Jng in state: 32nd Population (1989 Estimate): 155,100 Unincorporated: 94,630 Incorporated: 60,470 Percentage o! state; 3.3% Density: 217.2 persons per square mile Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estirnata Lacey 16,940 Olympia, county seat 31,O70 Rainier I ,O20 Tenino 1,290 Tumwater 8,290 Yelm 1,425 Ethnlo breakdown 1988 Estimate White 136,634 Black 1,428 Native American 2,309 Asian and Pacific Islanders 5,205 Other 3,724 Spanish origin (included above) 4,971 Assessed value; $ 4,946,063,657" Principal Economic Actlvllles State Government Wood Predu¢ts Food Processing Agdcullure Institutions of Higher Education The Evergreen State College, Olympia Saint Martin's College, Lacey South Puget Sound Community College. Olympia Polnls of Interest State Capitol Campus Olympia Brewery State Capital Museum Cllmate Olympia - elevation 114 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Ma~ Tamp (F*) 43.1 59.2 77.5 60.8 Min Tamp 30.0 36.4 49.0 40.7 Mean Tamp 38.1 50.5 63.9 51.4 Precipitation in inches 7.85 2.96 .76 5.28 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 80.0 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 39.4 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 50.8 Average Annual Precipitation: 52.3~ inches WAHKIAKUM COUNTY Wahkiakum County was founded in 1854 from Lewis County. Its name is an Indian word meaning =tall ~mber." The county is located in the southwest portion of the ~tata and borders the Columbia River on the south. The county was I~rst settled in 1846, and from that time on sa~ers have found b'anspertation to populated centers one of their foremost problems. Steamboat service on the Columbia River was always irregular so residents of the county voluntaered Ihelr services over the years to build roads. In the 19308, feny services at Puget Island at last permitted county residents easy access to Portland. The county has depended on Iorest products and dairying as its primary economic pursuits. WAHKIAKUM COUNTY 64 Main Street, PO Box 543, Cathlamet 98612 Courthouse hours: 8 AM to 4 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 206 District 1: Mark I_ Doumit (D) 795.8048 District 2: Ronald D. Ozment (D) 795-8048 Distdct 3: Donald E. Wright (R) 7958048 Commission meets: First four Mondays of each month Assessor: Kay ~. Cechran (D) 795-3791 Au¢~tor:Diane L. Tischer(D) 7958219 Clerk: Phyllis Wika (D) 7953558 Coroner: Fred A. Johnson (D) 7958652 Prosecutor:. Fred A. Johnson (D) 795-3652 Sheriff: Eugene C. Strong (D)795-3242 Treasurer: Sharon Mast (D) .7958005 l=ng~nae~ J~.c~ Tob~n 7g.~-~01 Extension Agent: Janet Schmidt 795-3278 Area: 280.7 square miles Ranking in state: 37th Population (1989 Estimate): 3,500 Unincorporated: 2,885 Incorporated; 615 Percentage of state: 0.1% Density: 13.4 persons per square mile Leading Citiaa - Population 1989 Estimate Ca:blame:, county seat 615 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate White 8,425 Black 0 Native American 47 Asian and Pacific Islanders 11 Other 17 Spanish origin (included above) 54 Asa~ssed value: $ 80,769,688 Prlncdpal Economic Activities Wood Products Agricolture Polnta of Interest Columbia River Puget Island Climate Grays River - elevation 50 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Tamp (F0) 45 57 73 62 Min Tamp 33 38 49 42 Mean Tamp 39 48 61 52 Precipitation in ir~hee 20.54 7.22 1.77 lO.5O Average AnnuaJ Maximum Temperature: 60 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 41 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 51 Average Annual Precipitation: 111.32 inches TI55120996
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110 COUNTIES WALLA WALLA COUNTY "--D, " ,~-~-; --L. " Watla Walla County was establishlxi in 11~4 and is named after an Indian tribe that once lived in the area. The rmme means "running water." The county is located i~i tt~ southeastern I:~rt of the state and is bounded on the north by the Snake River arid Oregon on the south. The county has a long and colorful history. "l'ke Whitmans established a mission here in le36. In 1855, Govemor Isaac Stevens organized a great council with the Indians and signed treaties establishing reservalions throughout the Northwest.'l'he establishment of the Mullah Road through the county in 1859 brought permanent settlers, and many morn arrived when gold was discovered in Idaho and the town el Walla Walla became a supply center for the mines. The transcontinental railroad arrived in lhe county in 1875 and began an era of great prosperity in agriculture and related industries. Today the county, with its rich soil and lengthy growing season, produces and ships grain, arid is also a major vegetable growing and food processing center. Three colleges and a number of stale and federal facilities contribute to .the county's economy. WALLA WALLA COUNTY 315 West Main Street. Walla Walla 99362 Courthouse hours: 9 AM to 5 PM COMMISSIONERS District 1: Ray Needham (R) District 2: David Carey (R) District 3: Robert Paterson (D) Area Cede 509 527-9200 527-32O0 527-3200 Commission meets: Every Monday and Tuesday Assessor: Larry Shelley (D) Auditor: Janice B. Bates (R) Clerk: Kathy Martin (R) Coroner:. Stephen Ames (R) Prosecutor: James L. Nagle (R) Sheriff: Bill H. Jackson (R) Treasurer: Vera Kanan (R) Court Services: Michael Bates Data Processing: John Robinson Engineer: Steve Stanton, PE Extenslon Agent: Walt Gary Human Services: Margaret Schacht Public Health: Robert m. Bond, MD Planning: Jim Beard 527-3216 527-3204 527-3221 527-3203 527-3232 527-3268 527-3212 527-3275 527-3224 527-3241 527-3260 527-3276 527-3290 527-3285 A~ea: 1,267.3 square miles Principal Economic Activities Ranking in state: 26th Food Processing Agriculture Population (1989 Estimate): 48,800 Wood and Paper Products Unincorporated: 15,610 IV~nufacturing Incorporated: 32,g90 Institutions of Higher Education Whitman Callege. Walla Walla Percentage of state: 1.0% Walla Walla College. College Place Density: 38.5 persons per square mile Walla Walla Community College. Walla Walla Leading Cities - Popu]ation 1989 Estimate Points of Interest Whitman Mission College Place 5,990 Fort Walla Walla Waitsburg 1,030 Lower Monumental Dam Walla Walla, county seat 25.690 Climate Wafla Walla - elevation 949 feet Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate Average " JAN APRIL JULY OCT White 44,586 Max Temp (F°) 39.0 63.8 89.2 64.6 Black 744 Min Tamp 27.4 43.7 62.7 45.6 Native American 323 Mean Tamp 33.2 53.6 76.0 55.1 Asian and Pacific Islanders 466 Pre¢ipitation Other 2,181 in inches 1.89 1.40 .21 1.53 Average Annual Maximum Temperatere: 63.6 Spenlsh origin (included above) 2,766 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 44.7 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 54.2 Assessed value: $1,493,284,077 Average Annual Precipitation: 15.50 inches Whatcom County was organized in 1854 from Island County and is named ali~r a local Indian chief. It Is located in the northwest comer of the state. In the eighteenth century the county was visited by Spanish and British explorers; Bellingham Bay was named by Captain George Vancouver. The first settlers in the county arrived in 1852 and began cuing lumber for the San Francisco market. In 1855 Captain George Pickett defended the eady settlers from Indian attacks. By the turn of the century Betlingham was an important salmon processing, lumber manufacturing and exporl center, Today Whatcom County has a varied economic base led by wood products, manufacturing, food processing, mining and dairying. Western Washington University is a center for higher educaeon in northern Washington. WHATCOM COUNTY 311 Grand Avenue, Bel/ingham 98225 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM td 4:30 PM COUNCIL MEMBERS District 1A: Daniel M. Warner District 1B: Doeald G, Hansey District 2A:Marga Laidlaw District 2B: Marvin Vanderpoi District 3A: Robert Imhoff District 3B: Emily Jackson At Large: Dennis VanderYacht Area Code 206 676-6690 676-6690 676-6690 676-6690 676-6690 676-6690 676-6690 Council meets: 1st and 3rd Thursday, 7:00 PM Assessor: Keith ~lllnauer 676-6790 Auditor: Shirley Forslof 676-6740 Clerk: N.F. Jackson, Jr. 676-6777 Medical Examiner: Robert Rood, MD 734-6460 Prosecutor: David S. McEachran (R) 676-6784 Sheriff: Lmry Mount 676-6650 Treasurer:. Barbara Cory 676-6774 County Executive: Shidey Van Zanten 676-6717 Emergency Services: Larry Mount 676-6681 Engineer: "Edwin Henken, "Pl~ 6766730 Extension Agent: Craig MacConnelI 676-6736 Health: Frank James, M.D.,M.P.H 67~-~720 Parks: Roger A. DeSpaJn 733-2900 Planning: Daniel Taylor 6766756 Public Wo~. Paul Rushing 676-6692 Area: 2,126.2 square miles Ranking In state: 12th Population (1989 Estimate): 122,2O0 Unincorporated: 60,255 Incorporated; 61,945 P~reentage of state: 2.6% Density: 57.6 persons per square mile Leading Cilia= - Population 1989 Estimate Bellingham, county seat 47,290 Blaine 2"470 Eversen 1,230 Femdale 4,610 ~ee nden 4,840 ksack 520 Sumas 785 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate White 110,721 Black 406 Narive Amedcan 3,898 Asian and Pacific Islanders 1,350 Other 2,725 Spim|sh origin (included tibovo) 3,157 Assessed value: $ 4,527,210,57~; Principal Economic Actlvltiea Food Processing Wood Products Petroleum Refining Manufacturing Agriculture Institutions of Higher Edur.JItlon Western Washington University, Bellingham Whatcem Community College, Bellingham Points of Interest Mount Baker Fort Belllngham Ross Lake Cllmate Bellingham - elevation 50 feet Average JAN APRIL JULY Max Tamp (F°} 43.2 56.9 72.9 Min Tamp 31.3 39.7 52.8 Mean Tamp 37.3 48.4 62.9 Precipitation in inches 4.28 2.56 .93 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 57.9 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 41.6 Average Annual Mean Tempera~re: 49.~ Average Annual Precipitation: 35.12 inches OCT 59.3 42.2 50.8 TI55120997
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WHITMAN COUNTY COUNTIES 111 Whitman County was formed in 1871 from part of Stevens County and was named aftur the m~ssionary. Dr. Marcus Whitman. It is situated in the southeastern corner of the state in the heart of the rich P~ouse wheat growing region. Its eady econom[cdevelopment was dependent on transportation. In the 18508 end 18608 the Oregon Steam Navigation Company and the Northwestem Stage Company acted as a lifeline forits residents. By the latter part of the century, four railroads were located in the county. Today Whitman County is one of the most productive wheat growing counties in the nation. The city of Pullman is the site of Washington State University, a nationally and intemationaJly known comprehensive university, featuring quality undergraduate training and strong research programs. WHITMAN COUNTY 404 North Main Street, Co/fax 99111 Courthouse hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM COMMISSIONERS Area Code 809 District 1: Margaret M. McGreevy (D) 897-6200 District 2: Nora Mae Keller (R) 397-6200 District 3: John Henley, Jr. (R) 397.-6200 Commission meets: Monday through Fdday (Monday and Tuesday are official meeting days) Assessor: Robert Repp (R) 397-6220 Auditor: James Repp~R) 397-9270 Clerk: Shirley Bafus (R) 397-6240 Coroner: Peter J. Martin (R) 648-3331 Prosecutor: James H. Kaufman (R) 397-6250 Sheriff: Staven R. Tomson (R) 397-6266 Treasurer: Mary Crawford .(R) 397-6230 Extension Agent: John Burns 397-6290 Finance: V. Alan Hudson 397-6267 Health: Larry B. Smick, MD 397-6280 Juvenile Services: Jack llen 397-6246 Mental Health:Mike Barney 334-1 t33 Parks & Recreation: MikeWernar397-6238 Planning: vacant 397-6212 Public Works: Lon Pedersen 397-6206 YAKIMA COUNTY Area: 2,16g.S square miles Ranking in state: 10th Populattan (1989 Estimate): 37,600 Unincorporated: 6,738 Incorporated: 30,862 Percentage Of state: 0.8% Density: 17.4 persons per square mile Principal Economic Activities Agriculture Wood Products Mining Manufacturing Institution of Higher Education Washington. State University, Pullman Points of Interest Leading Cities - Population 1989 Estimate Steptoe Battlefield Albion 675 Lower Granite Dam Colfax, county seat 2,550 Palouse Wheat Fields Palouse 895 Pullman 22,270 Climate Pullman - elevation 2,345 feet Tekoa 755 Average . JAN APRIL JULY OCT Max Tamp (F°) 33.6 56.5 82.5 60.2 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate Min Tamp 21.1 36.0 49.5 38.3 White 3G,746 Mean Tamp 27.3 46.3 66.0 49.3 Slack 532 Precipitation Native American 243 in inches 2.67 1.49 .39 1.91 Asian and Pacific ]slanders 1,137 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 57.4 Other 342 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 36.3 Spanish odgin (included above) 561 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 44.0 Average Annual Precipitation: 20.49 inches Assessed value= $ 973,262,337 Yakima County was founded in 1865 from Ferguson County, which is no lon.ger in existence, Itwas named after a local Indian tribe and is located in the south cenlTal part of the state. The county was firs l settled in 1858 after the Indian wars of 1855.57 resulted in the formation of the Yakima Indian Reservation. In the 18708 cattlemen and farmers began constructing irrigation systems. Growth continued into the 18808, with the coming of the Northern Pa¢'~¢ Railroad creating a boom in the county. In 1950 the federal government began a major sedes of irrigation projects in the county that had profound results. Today Yakima County is one of the nation's richest agricultural counties, it leads the state in apple, pear, peach and grape production, while beets, hop and minl growing are also important. Its economy also encompasses wood products and food processing industries. YAKIMA COUNTY North Second and East B Streets, Yakima 98901 Courthouse hours: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM COMMISSION ERS Area Code 509 District 1: Alex De¢cio (R) 575-4111 Distdct 2: Graham Tollefsen (D) 575-4111 District 3: Chuck Klarich (D) 575-4111 Commission meets: Monday through Fdday Assessor: Ralph Huck (D) 5754161 Auditor: Battle Ingham (D) 575-4078 Clerk: Betty McGdlan (R) 575-4120 Coroner: Leonard Birkinbine (R) 5754369 Prosecutor: Jeffrey C. Sullivan (R) 575-4141 Sheriff: Doug Blair (D) 575-4175 Treasurer: Dale Gray (R) 5754088 Data Processing: vacant 575-5698 Extension Agent: Donald A Chaplin 575-4218 Health: Robert G. A~vood, MD, MPH 5754040 Juvenile Oept: Paul Paterson 575-4030 PurchasingDept: Gene Barlow 575-4131 Planning: Dick Andem/ald 575-4124 Pul~i~ Work=: Dan Hesse b'75-4151 Area: .4,271.1 square miles RanKing In state: 2rid Population (lg89 Estimate): 187,800 Onln¢orporated: 95,628 Incorporated: 92,172 Percentage of state: 4.0% Density: 44.0 persons per square mile Leading Cities- Population 1989 Estimate Gran~view 6,350 Granger 1,825 Mabton 1,245 Seleh 4,980 Sunnyside 9.780 To0penish 6,600 Un=on Gap 3,230 Waparo 3,370 Yakima, county seat 50,610 Zillah 1.835 Ethnic breakdown 1988 Estimate White 148,296 Slack 1,743 Native Amgdc~n 7,142 Asian and Pacific Islanders 1,527 Other 27,592 Spanish origin tinc{uded above) 31,642 Assessed v=lue: $ 4,44~,167,391 Prl.nolpal Economic Activities ,~gnculture Fhod Processing Wood Products Manufacturing Inelitutlon of Hlghe~ Education " Y~kima Valley College, Yakima Polnts of interest Fort Sirncoe Priest Rapids Dam White Pass Ski Area Yakima Indian Agency Climate Yakima o elevation 1,061 f~et Average o JAN APRIL JULY Max Tamp (F) 36.0 63.9 88.3 Min Tamp 19.3 35.4 53.5 Mean Temp 28.1 49.7 70.9 Precipitation in inches 1.22 .62 .16 Average Annual Maximum Temperature: 62.8 Average Annual Minimum Temperature: 36.3 Average Annual Mean Temperature: 49.6 Average Annual Precipitation: 8.03 ;riches OCT 64,2 35.6 50.0 .47 TI55120998
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112 CITIES AND TOWNS CITIES AND TOWNS MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT: The class of government a Washington city will have is determined by its size at the time of incorporation. Cities are divided into five classes: first class cities have over 20,000 in population; second class ciEes, 10,000 to 20,000; third class cities, 1,500 to 10,000; fourth class cities, 300 to 1,500, and Optional Municipal Code cities, at least 300. While the class of government is determined by size. cities and towns do not automatically change classification upon attaining the population of a different class. The Optionaf Municipal Code class of government allows cities to operate under a statutoz7 home rule concept. Of the 268 municipalities in the state, 141 are "code cities." There are three forms of govemment for the state's municipalities. In the Mayor- Coundlform of government, a mayor and coun¢il are elected and the remaining city elected offices va~ with the ciace of the city. The size of the council is determined by class and population. In the CounclT-Manager form, a council is elected with the number of coun~itmembers, five or seven, determined by papule- lion. The chairman atr the council presides over meetings and represents the ci~, as mayor for ceremonial purposes. The council hires a city manager who has general supervision over the administration of the city. Commission form of government is limited to cities with 2,000 to 30,000 in population at the time o! organization. A mayor, commissioner of finance a~d accounting, and Commis- siene(of streets and public improvements are elected. The mayor acts as head oJ= publio safety and the commission appoints all other city officers and employees except an elected municipal judge. Cities and towns have the option of choosing one of the three forms of government provided by statute, if the population requirements of the particular form are met. Cities having a population of 10,000 or more may. frame a cha~ter which provides greater latitude in designing me administrative framework of city government. The ten first-class cities in Washing. ton have each adopted a charter containing unique characteristics which may differ from the descriptions given above. POPULATION OF WASHINGTON COMMUNITIES Incorporated Places Csnsus Dsslgn=tsd Places (CDP) Counties Aberdeen - city Greys Harbor Airway Heights - city Spokane Albion - town Whitman Alderwcod Ida~or - (CDP) Snohomish Algona - city King Almira - town Uncoln Anacortes - city Skag[t Arlington - city Snohomlsh AsolJn - city Asotin Auburn - dty King Ault Field - {CDP) Island Barge Ground - city Clark Be=con Hill - (CDP) C~wlitz Beaux Arts Village - town King Bellevue - city King Bellingham - dry Whatcom Benton City - city Benton Bingen - city Klidxltat Black Diamond - dty King l]lalne- city Whatcom Benney L.~ke. city Pierce Barbell. city King Snohomish Boulevard Park - (CDP) King Bremerton - dry Kitsa~p Brewster. oily Okanogan Bridgeport - c~ty Douglas Brier - dty Snohomish B,'yn MawroSkywey o (CDP) King Buc~ley - city Pierce Bucoda - town Thurston Budan - (CDP) King Budingten - city Skagit Comes - dty Clad~ Carbonade - town Pierce Carnation - city King Cascade-F~rwecd - (CDP) King Cashmere - city Chelan Castle Roc~ - city Cowlitz Cathlamet- town Wahkiakum Contrails - city Lewis Central Park - (CDP) Grays Harbor Cheha~s - city Lewis Cholan - dty Chalan Cheney - city Spokane Ch~,ve[~ - city Stsvsn~ Glad,alan - dty Cle Bum - city KittJtas Clyde Hill - town King Colfax- dry Whitman College Race - city Wails Wala Co~ton - lawn Whitman C, olum~a Hetght~ - {COP)Cowli= Cd'~le o dty Stevens Concon~y - t~wn Ckano0an Concrete - town Skeet Cannel- dty Cosmopo~s - ¢~ty Grays I-Larl:~r Incorporated Places Eat Census Designated Pisces 1960 1970 1980 1989 (CDP) Counllts 18,741 18,489 18,739 17.140 Cottage Lake- (CDP) King 708 744 ' 1,730 1,905 Coulee City - (own Grant 291 687 63t 675 Coulee Dam -'town Douglas, Grant 16,524 NA & Okanogan 1,311 1,276 1,467 1,705 Coupev~lle - town Island 414 376 330 311 Craston - town Lincoln 8,414 7.701 9,013 10,5O0 Cusick - town Pond Omllle 2,025 2"261 3,282 3,660 Datrington - ~own Snohomlsh 745 637 g43 1,025 Davenport- city Lincoln 11,033 21,653 26,417 32,460 Dayton - dty Columbia 1,478 2,553 NA De~r Park - city Spokane 88~ 1,488 2,774 8,550 D~s Moinea - city King 1,019 1,263 1,496 NA Dlshman - (CDP) Spokane 351 475 320 298 Dumas Bay-Twin Lakes-(CDP} King 12,809 61.196 73.903 86.350 DuPont-city Pierce 34,688 39.375 45,794 47.2g0 Duvall - city King 1,210 1,070 1,9~0 1,815 Eastgate - (CDP) King 636 671 644 675 East Port Orchard - (CDP) Kitsa~ 1,026 1,160 1,170 1,375 East Ranton Highlands. (CDP) King 1,735 1,955 2.363 2,470 E~st Wenatchee - dry Douglas 645 2,700 5,328 6,810 East Wanetchee Bench-(CDP) Douglas 2,237 5,420 7,943 t0,8t0 Estonville- town Piorce Edmonds - city Snohomish -- -~- 0,~2 NA EleGl~k; City - town Grant 28.922 35,307 36,208 37.080 Ellensburg. dty Klttltas 940 1.05g 1,337 1 ,~88 Elms - city Greys Harbor 876 952 1,174 1,405 Elmer City - town C~anogan ~ 3,093 2,915 4,g70 Endicott- town Whitman -- 11,754 NA Ene~ - (CDP) Kltsap 3,538 3,446 3,143 3,100 Enlist- dty Chelan 390 421 519 525 Enumclaw'- city King 23,169 NA Ephret~ - city Grant 2,860 3,138 3,89,1 3,830 Edands Point- (CDP) Kilsap 5,606 5,790 5,681 6,000 Esperance- (CDP) '.Snohomish 424 394 456 465 Ewrett - dty S~ohomish 490 530 913 1,2~,0 Everson -city Whatcom -- 16,g39 NA Fairchild AFB- (COP) Spokane 1,091 1,976 2,240 2,430 Fairfield • town Spokane 1,424 1,647 2,162 2,100 FaJrmont-lntsl'city - {CDP) Snohomlsh 615 647 635 615 FaJtview-Sumach - (COP) Yak~rna 8,586 10,054 11`555 11,84o FaJrwood - {CDP) Spok=me 1,622 2"720 2,709 NA F;dl City - (CDP) King 5,199 5,727 6,100 6,320 Fazmington. town Whitman 2,402 2,837 2,802 2,830 FederaJ Way - city (ins 2/2819O) King 3,173 6,358 7,630 7,530 FemdaJe- city Whatcom 1,525 1,366 1,~88 1,940 Fife - city Pierce 6,209 6,312 6,903 6.700 F~'cre~t- town Pierce 1,816 1,725 1,773 1,760 Fords PraJde - {CDP) Lewis 1,871 2.987 3.229 3.060 Fo~ks • city ClaJlam 2.680 2,664 2.780 2,550 Fort Lewls- (COP) Pierce 4,031 4.510 5,771 5,9~0 Fdday H=bor- town Sa~ Juan 253 279 307 325 FrulNale. {COP) Yaldma 2.227 1,57Z Z`515 NA Gadlel~ - town Wttltman 3,806 3,742 4,510 4,740 Garre~t. (COP) Wal~ Wa~¢= 108 122 157 173 Ger, eva- {COP) Y~=t¢om 840 573 592 620 G~orge - ~=wm Gr=n! gas 1JSl 1,~61 2,016 Gig Harbor- dty Rer=e 1.312 1.5~9 ~,575 1,S45 Gold Bar- town Snd',on'L~ lg60 740 317 299 1,272 1,494 2,913 1,333 1,987 2,327 696 8,010 4O4 8,625 265 369 2,539 357 3,269 0,548 40,304 431 867 2,758 176 1,442 1,463 3,565 1.404 7O6 3,345 607 1,094 315 lg70 1,425 678 325 257 1 2,596 3,951 9,079 384 6O7 913 2,446 862 23.084 651 13...R68 2,227 324 2.878 356 4,703 52-55 53,622 6,754 469 140 2o164 1,458 5,651 2,25O 1.680 38.054 3,275 610 1.657 5O4 Esl 1980 4.435 510 1,412 1,006 3O9 246 1,684 1,559 2,665 2,140 7,078 10,169 14,535 559 729 9,341 4,631 12,033 1.640 11,410 898 27,679 927 11,752 2,720 312 29O 448 5,,127 5,359 1,254 11,120 54,413 898 5,353 582 6.997 2,765 5,337 1,528 176 3,855 1,823 5,477 2.582 3,060 23,761 a,967 599 1,134 t,423 261 2"423 794 NA 543 1,001 1,295 227 236 1,030 1,465 2,640 2,3~0 14,620 2.205 1,785 1,225 29,720 910 11,730 2,42o 254 823 435 6,380 5,440 64,170 525 58.9O0 4,810 2,960 5.44O 2.g80 1.540 574 2.850 TI55120999

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