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Named Organization
Adventist Church
AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor/Congress of Industrial Organiza)
Labor Union
Agriculture Department (USDA)
Air Force
Appropriations Committee
Archives (National Archives and Records Administration)
Army
Army Corps of Engineers
Bellevue Community College
Biogen
Boeing (Aircraft manufacturer)
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
Bureau of Reclamation
Bureau of the Census
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System)
Central Washington University
Chamber of Commerce
City University
Coast Guard
Columbia College
Columbia University
Commerce Department
Committee on Agriculture
Dartmouth College
Defense Department (DOD)
Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Department of Commerce (DOC)
Department of Defense (DOD)
*Department of Energy (use United States Department of Energy)
*Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Natural Resources
Diamond (Leaf buyer)
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
DuPont
Eastern Washington University
Education Department (ED)
Energy Department (DOE)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Evergreen State College
Federal Aviation Administration (Ruled on smoking on U.S. flights)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Federal Communications Commission (U.S. government agency regulating TV, radio)
Enforced the Fairness Doctrine against the tobacco companies; required time be provided on TV, radio for anti-smoking commercials.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Reserve System
Federal Trade Commission (Enforcement agency for laws against deceptive advertising)
Enforces laws against false and deceptive advertising, including ads for tobacco products. Ensures proper display of health warnings in ads and on tobacco products;collects and reports to Congress information concerning cigarette and smokeless tobacco advertising, sales expenditures, and the tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide content of cigarettes.
First American Corp.
Fish and Wildlife Service
FOREST (European smokers' rights group)
Started in 1979 with 12,000 British pounds of tobacco and allied industry funding, this group was used by the tobacco industry to make pro-tobacco views appear to emanate from an entirely "independent" group. Smokers' rights groups (SRGs) were usually operated through public relations companies, to help maintain the appearance of distance from the tobacco industry. FOREST coordinated on issues with the British tobacco industry, and attended meetings of the industry group ICOSI. FOREST gave the tobacco industry the clandestine ability to introduce pro-tobacco opinions and defenses to society without fear of backlash against their products, or the burdens caused by legal liability for manufacturing the product. The industry organized SRGs internationally to create the appearance of a worldwide grassroots uprising by smokers against smoking restrictions worldwide.
Forest Service
Fred's
General Counsel
General Services Administration (GSA)
*Health and Human Services (HHS) (use United States Department of Health and Hum (US)
Health and Human Services Department (HHS)
Highline Community College
House of Representatives
Indian Health Service
Information Center
Interior Department
ISO (International Standards Organization)
International Organization for Standardization - AN international federation of national bodies covering stadardization in all fields except electrical and electronic engineering standards. The largest non-governmental system of industrial collaboration on standards and technical regulations.
John Middleton, Inc. (Cigar Manufacturer)
Justice Department
Kellogg (Cereal Company)
Labor Department (DOL)
Memorial Hospital
Mint (Treasury Department)
National Agricultural Statistics Service
National Credit Union Administration
National Guard
National Marine Fisheries
National Park Service
Naval Hospital
Navy
Oregon State University
Pacific Lutheran University
Peace Corps
Postal Service (USPS)
Railroad Retirement Board
Republican Party
Research Council
*Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) (Only use SAB with name of specific org.)
Senate
Simmons Market Research Bureau (Advertising auditing company)
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Social Security Administration
State Department
Statesman (Newspaper)
Transportation Department (DOT)
Treasury Department
U.S. Department of Agriculture
U.S. Department of Commerce
United Airlines
United Nations
University of Illinois (at Champaign-Urbana)
University of Washington
US Army
Valley Medical Center
Washington College
Washington Mutual Inc.
Washington State University
Washington University in St. Louis
Western Washington University
WHA
Wyeth
Yale University
Named Person
Abbey, Richard
Adams, Brock (Congressman from WA)
Anderson, Carol A.
Anderson, Frank
Anderson, John
Anderson, Robert E. (RJR Marketing Exec. VP, on Board of Directors)
Defense
Anderson, Ronald
Anderson, Tom
Andrews, Andy
Ann, Jo
Ann, Mary
Austin, Robert L. (ATC VP Subsidiary Admin, Board of Directors)
Defense
Avery, Don
Badgley, Wayne
Bailey, Randy
Bainbridge, Fay
Baker, Frederick
Baker, John, Jr.
Barker, William
Bear, Judy
Beattie, Virginia
Bolender, Kris
Boom, Howard
Boone, Tom
Boulton, William A.
Bratton, Kim
Bridges, John
Bridges, Robert
Brooks, Thomas
Brown, Errol
Brown, Ted
Burton, James
Byron, John
Calahan, Richard C.
Callahan, Lester
Carter, Dennis L.
Case, Otto A.
Chamber, Juan Island
Chambers, Michael
Chandler, Rod
Chastain, Sam
Chow, Cheryl
Clark, Jack
Clark, William
Clayton, Carolyn J.
Conrad, Rich
Cook, James
Cooper, Ron
Corrington, Wayne
Creek, Wilson
Cushing, Richard
Dahmen, Jim
Daily, Victor
Dan, John
Davidson, Robert
Debruyn, Paul
Dennis, Joseph
Dicks, Norman D.
Dobson, Alden
Doyle, Robert
Drewel, Robert J.
Edwards, Mike
Ehlers, Wayne
Engel, Arlene
Erick, Lowell
Fielding, Scott
Finch, Frank
Fire, Arden
Fire, Carson
Fitzhugh, Ethel
Ford, James M.
Fredericks, Anne
Friend, Florence
Friend, James L.
Furman, Scott
Gate, Golden
George, King
Gill, Paul M.
Glenn, Daniel O.
Graham, Bob
Graham, James
Grant, George
Greene, Michael
Greenway, Bill
Haley, Joseph
Halle, James
Harder, Carl
Hardway, Larry
Harper, Russell C.
Hart, Harold
Hart, Louis F.
Hauser, Dixie
Hays, Ray
Heflin, Sue Ellen
Hicks, Gary
Hill, Clyde
Holladay, Jenny
Holloway, John E.
Howe, Michael D.
Hudak, Jim
Hudson, Frances
Hudson, Robert P., M.D. (Medical Historian, U of Kansas Med. Ctr, Industry Expert)
Hudson, Scott
Hughes, Richard
Hughes, William, Jr.
Hulst, Tom R.
Hunter, Michael
Island, Juan
Jackson, Mel
James, Nancy F.
Jan, Julia
Johnson, Gordon
Johnson, Jeff
Johnson, Michael (Burson Marstellar, London, Dir. of Media)
Director of Media, Burson Marstellar, London
Johnson, Richard
Johnson, W. Lon
Keels, Tom
King, Joseph E.
King, Kent
Kittel, Beverley
Knott, S. Dale
Knowlton, Roger
Koenig, Harold A., Jr.
Kolby, Tom
Kramer, Ken
Lake, Moses
Lamb, Marvin
Larsen, Barbara
Larson, James
Laughery, Howard
Leben, John
Lee, Justin
Lefler, William
Lemon, David
Leone, Allen B.
Levin, Donna
Lewis, Barbara
Light, John
Lindberg, Jean
Logan, Bob
Long, Ken
Lund, Martha
Magers, John W.
Marry, Valerie
Martin, S. Michael
Mason, James J.
Matlock, Michael D.
Maxwell, John
Mcdermott, James A.
Mcdermott, Jim
Meigs, Leo O.
Meyer, Victor A.
Meyers, Victor A.
Miller, Everett
Miller, John
Mills, Daniel J.
Monroe, Richard
Mordhorst, Darrell
Morgan, Sharon
Morrison, Sid
Mundy, N. Dean
Munsey, Glen
Muyskens, Ray C.
Neff, Gerald
Nelson, Craig
Nelson, Tim
Newland, Peter
Nichols, Russell L.
Niles, Ken
Noel, Rodney L.
Olsen, Lee F.
Park, Al
Park, Amanda
Park, Forest
Paterson, Robert
Paul, Dwayne
Peck, Joseph
Peters, Dennis
Pique, Robert
Plain, E. Mill
Point, Rocky
Polk, William M.
Pope, John
Price, Margery A.
Puller, Ray
Purdom, Bob
Quay, Bob
Reader, John L.
Ree, Irving B.
Reitan, Stanley P.
Reynolds, Craig
Reynolds, Michael J.
Richardson, Thomas
Romero, Sandra
Ronn, Carl
Route, Star
Roy, Ted
Russell, John C. (LOR Attorney, Perkins Daniels & McCormack, later in-house)
J. C. Russell was employed by Lorillard, Inc. and served as Counsel from 1965 to 1969. He was also on the Committee of Counsel. (Source: LOI/LOC Summary of Officer & Directors - LOI/LTC Liability Notebook)
Sauce, Forest
Sawyer, Leonard A.
Ser, Forest
Shields, James L., Ph.D.
Defense
Sieg, Robert
Simmons, Linda
Simpson, Donald R.
Slatter, Virginia
Smith, Homer
Spain, Marvin
Steele, Bill
Stevens, Bill
Stevens, Isaac
Stocker, Charles G.
Stone, Paul
Stroud, Bill
Swanson, Mary
Swanson, Ron
Swift, Al
Swisher, Bob
Taylor, Howard D.
Templeton, Steven
Thomas, Ron
Tibbetts, Ron
Uglow, Dennis
Valley, Maple
Van, Gary L.
Van, Jim
Vance, Joseph
Voss, Harriet
Wagner, Alma
Wall, Kathy
Walter, Bill
Walton, Garland
Walton, James (Reverend)
Warner, Larry
Warren, Stan
Washington, George
Waters, Lawrence W.
Watkins, Sue
Weber, Walter R.
Westman, Sally
Wheeler, Lee
White, Suellen
William, Clark
Williams, Charles M.
Williams, Lynn
Wilson, Duncan
Wilson, Michael F.
Wilson, Richard S. (Section Head, Blending Int'l, B&W RD&E Dept. 80-81)
Richard Wilson was Section Head of Blending International for B&W in the RD&E Department from 1980-81. (Source: B&W's Initial Disclosure, State of Texas vs. ATC, et al., 6/5/96)
Witter, Steve
Wood, Robin
Woodcock, Robert
Woods, Rufus
Wright, George F., Ph.D. (Chemist, U of Toronto, Industry Expert)
Young, Fred
Young, Richard C. (Lor, Manufacturing Controller, 1986)
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M~or Susan Cundy-Hanis Council Frank Anderson Joe Carlson Jean PeAt Regis Robinson S~ndra Surer Council Meets: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 7:30 PM AttornW Craig Hanson Bugding Inspector Harold Vassar Clerk.Treasurer N~ncy C. Grat~as Dep ClerYJCourt Clark Jeanne Brown Engines(rag Consult Gibbs & ~son, Inc. Fire Chief Roger Woodside Ubrary Bd Chair Dana Garson Municipal Judge John Lyman Planning Comm Chair Bill gram Police Chief James Deamarals Public Works Director Dave Defoe TIETON (Yakima County) 419 Maple, PO Box 357. 98947 &09-673-3162 Incorporated: 1942 Elevation: 1,925 feet Area in limits: 0.6 square miles Population 1989:620 Mayor Hal Williams Council Dewane Ashbrooks Richard Kroger Tom Lovelace Wilbert McWain IV~rle Radford Coundl Meets: 2rid & 41h Tuesdays, 8 PM Attorney Menke & Jackson Clerk-TreasurerBetty J. Vineyard Engineering Consult Gary & Osborne Fire Chief Bob Adams Ubrarian Delores Parsley Police Marshal Yak~me County Water/Sewer/St Supt Carl SVickland TOLEDO (Lewl~ County) 130 North Second Street, PO Box 236, 98591 206-864-4564 or 864-6041 Incorporated: 1892 Elevation: 142 feet Area in limits: 0.289 square miles Population 1989:560 Mayor Grovel Laseke Council Margaret Barnes Elaine Bowen Darrell Hill Michael Olson Guy Spratt Council Meets: 1st Monday. 8:00 PM: 3rd Monday, 7.'30 PM Attorney Richard Brassy Building Inspector Lewis County Clerk-Treasurer Valerie Marry Deputy Clerk Leeta Moor Fire CHef Glenn Spahr Police Chief Bert Morey Water/Sewer/St Supt Robert L~ckard TONASKET (Okanogan County) 209 South Whitcomb Avenue, PO Box 4.87, 98855 509-~6-2132 Incorporated: '1926 Elevation: 900 feet Area in limits: 0.39 square miles Population 1989:1,045 Mayor "Thomas W. Fancher Council Carla Hill Ann Johnson Levi Jones AI Seccomb ROyG. Coundl Mae~: 2rid & 4th Tuesdays, 7:00 PM (wintsq, s:00 PM (summer) Atlorney Michael D. Howe Cterk-Traasumf Ma~ Ann Russel Roe CNet Torn Stevens Ubredan Nadine Kirchner Municipal JudgeCtvistopher Cutp Pollce Chief Donald Schneider WalerlSewerlSt Supt Terra/T. Rampley TOPPENISH (Yaklma County) 21 West Rrst Avenue, 98948 509-865-2090 Incorporated: 1907 Elevation: 763 feet Area in limits: 1,837 square miles Population 1989:6,600 Mayor William L. Rogers Council Gilbert Alaniz Judith Boekhalder R. Michael Hammack Norm Johnson (mayor pro tern)Lorintha Jo Warwick Stanley Wishkoski Council Meets: 1st Monday. 6:30 AM: 2rid & 4th Mondays, 7:30 PM Atlomey Will~am C. Murphy Bd of Adjustment Ch Phi~lip Mirosh Building Inspe=or vacant CATV Coord. Robert Swanson City Manager James Southworth Clerk-Treasurer Lu J. Humphrey Deputy Clerk Rosa Botello Carom & Econ Dev DirTom DiDomanico Fire Chief (a~ng) Bob Linken Librarian Alice M. Fiemir,~j Municipal Judge Ramon P. Reid Park Superintendent Ovella Cromwell Parks & Rec Director Jo N. Miles Planning Comm Chair Pat Perrault Police Chief Jim Andrews Public Works Director Dave Barclift Wastewater Supt Chades ted) Martindale TUKWILA (King County) 6200 Sou~hcenter Blvd., 98188 206-433-1800 Incorporated: 1908 Elevation: 100 feet Area in limits: 8 square miles Population 1989:4,820 Mayor Gary L Van Dusen Council Joe H. Duffie Allan E. Ekberg Joan Hamandez Steve Lawrence Clarence Modwaki John "Wetly" Rants Dennis Robert~on Council Meets: Mondays. 7:00 PM Attorney Lesourd & Parian Bd of Adjustment Ch Richard Gas Building Direcl0r Duane F. Gd~in City Administrator John Md:arland City Clerk M~xJne Anderson Emergen~ Servs Oir Tom Keefe Finance Director Alan Ooerschel Fire Chief Tom Keels Municipal Judge Jer~ Belur Parks & Re~ Director DOn Williams Planning Director L. Rid~ Beeler Pol~ce Chief Ran Waldner Public Works Director Ross Earner WaterlSewerlSt Supt Ted Freemira TUMWATER (Thurston County) City Hall, 555 Israel Road SW, 98501 206-754-5855 Incorporated: 1869 Elevation: 150 feet Area in limits: 9.63 square miles Population 1989:8,200 . May~r Peter N. Fluets~'= Coun~l Sharon Carrle~ Noeman Fatcone (mayor pte tern) I~e Jc~nctm Chris Leicht Jean M~ler F~tm 0~oo~ Council Meets: 1 st & 3rd Tuesdays, 7:00 PM A~ney Thomas J, Ta.ylor Building Safety Oh3cial Judith Johnson Ci~ Administ~[~ Le~d L Sml~ Cle~R~ce Dir~mr ~anne J. Ad~r Depu~ C=~ Cle~ Roe)one Ch~sfiansen Carom & Econ Dev Dir ~ugl~ Baker Depu~ Rnan~ D~ Madene Wes~off Fbe Chief girard Ridg~ay L~rarlan Joyce Ni~ols ~nicip~ J~e John V, Lym~ Parks & R~ Manager Ge~d Pe~er~ Planing Carom Char A~ur Sarjan~ Pdi~ Chief H. ~hael Vand~ Public Wor~s Director Ge~d Hendd~s TWISP (Okanogen County) " 118 S. G/over St, PO Box 278, 9885~ 509-997-~081 Incorporated: 1909 Elevation: 1,500 fern Area in limits: 0.63 square miles Population 1989:885 Mayor David Dubroulllat Council Jerry Gaston Glands Horn Robert Olin Patsy Rowland Betty Tro~er Council M~ets: 2rid & 4th Tuesdays. 7:00. PM Atlornay John L. Reader Clerk-TreasUrer Renee Wells Fire Chief DwaJn Hutson Municipal Judge David Ebenger Police Marshal Lane Roberts Town Superintendent. Gary McConnall Water "rrtmt Plant Opt Can/McConnell CITIES AND TOWNS 133 Cier~.-Treasurer ~.r;o~a 0 Fw'e Chef Tn~s F~ Lib~6an R~a Bus~ Po~ ~tsh~ Alden Wa[~er/S~ 5uo~ A~aen VADER (Lewis County) 317 Eighth and B Street, PO Box 178, 98593 206-295-3222 Incorporated: 1906 Elevation: 139 feet Area in limits: 0.84 square miles Population 1989:395 Mayor Guy Chastens Council John Bevard Rex Hancoc~ Yvonne Johnston Charlie Vermityea Andy Wilson Council Moors: 3rd Wednesday, 7:00 PM • Attorney Steven Buzzard Clerk Treasurer Ri~onda Counts Police Chief Howard Utility Superintendenl Shahs Counts VANCOUVER (Clark County) 210 East 13th Street, PO Box 1995, 98668 206-696.8200 Incorporated: 1957 Elevation: 175 feet Area in limits: 15.606 square miles Population 1989:44.450 Mayor Bruce E. Hagensen Council Rose Besserman Sco~ Collier Ron H~ut Linda Horowi= UNION GAP (Yakima County) Pat Jollola 102 West Aht~um Road, 98903 Roy~ E. Pollard 509.248-0432 Council Meets: 1st & 3rd Mondays, 7:00 PM Incorporated: 1883 Alto{nay Jerry F. King Elevation: 980 feet Airport Manager Ted Brown Area in limits: 3.815 square miles Asst City Manager Ran Banals Population 1989:3 230 , Budget Director Jay Covington Mayor ' Ronald D. ~eos Building Inspector Cindy Peterson Council Wemar Ackermon Building Official Paul Edgerton Buddie E. Laidler Cable "IV Manager Donna Mason Kurt Layman Chief Accountant Jim Scovfl Donna Miller City Manager Paul Grafter Phil Sa(zman Dam Processing Dir Richard Maw Coundl Meets: 2rid & 4th Mondays, 7:30 PM Finance Olr/Cierk Kent Shorthill Emer Serv/ Attorney Dorelhy Brodrick Rag Carom Dir There Bredshew Building Inspector Bill Rathbone Engineer Vic Ehdich City Supervisor Paul R. Budingame Exec Asat to City Mgr John Marshall Clark-Treasursr Regina D. Williams Fire Chief Harold Steele Deputy Clerk Kathleen Holschar Intergovemrnental Rel Carol Hanson Engineer Carl J. Julius Library Dire=or Sh~on Hammer Terry Ward Parks & Rec D[reclor Ted Brown Engineering Consult Gray & Osborne Personnel Mgr Larry Belier Rre CHef Donald Under Planning/Bldg Oir Karen S~n Ubrarlan Loralne Brown Police Chief Robert King (acting) Park Board Chair Margaret Gre~nough Public Works Director John Ostmwski Planning Director William Rathbena Purohasing Agent Larry Srr~th Planning Cornm Chair Lea Wadekamper T~ansportatJon Mgr Thayer Rorabaugh Public Safety Dir. Anton Wen= Public Works Supt Kenneth W. Herds WAITSBURG (Walls Wails County) 1,47 Main Strut. PO Box 35, 993~I S09-337-6371 UNIONTOWN (Whitman County) 110 South Montgomery, PO Box87, 99179-0087 509-229-3805 Incorporated: 1890 Elevation: 2,575 feet Area in limits: 0.95 square miles Population 1989:287 Mayor John Win. "J~ck" Weber Cound! M~chae/Fzerbar Pe~ar Ho~and Ltrry Jonson Cedl ~ Council Meet=:, 1st Tuesday, 7:30 PM Incorporated: 1881 Flevation: 1,272 feet Area in limits: 1.0 square miles Population 1989:1,030 Mayor Roy W. Le~d Coundl James Buttes Joe McC, own. Jr John W. Thompson (mayor Ixo tern] H.V. -BJr ZtJger Coundl Mee~s: tat & 3re Wednesdays. 7:30 PM A~orney W~m Building b~sp~c~ot ME. Homey TI55121020
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134 CITIES AND TOWNS II Wa|tsburg continued City Clerk Joan Hays Fire Chief Lester D. Catiahan Lilxarian J anic~ Cmnkhite MuH~pal Judge G. Preston Stamen, Perk Supe~ntan~t Gin@ N~ Pol~ M~rshal ~es G. Lon9o Sewer~ater Supt Elmer Hays Street Supe~mendent Gra@ N~ Treasurer Joan M. Hin~ffe Mayor Mede Beddey Coundl Vince Joflo Wilfred (Tex) Nelson Wern~r $chubothe DeWiff 5dnne= Myron Walker Council Meets: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays, 7 PM Administrator Steve Mattox Attorney LeMartie & V~itaker Building Inspector William McLennan ClerkoTmasurar Deanna Tucker Fire Chief John Saetre Llbraden Pl~ilils Dean Planning Comm Chair Don Underhill Police Chief Robert Beisel Public Works Supt Howard Kisler WALLA WALLA (Walla Walls County) 15 Norlh Third, PO Box 478, 99362 509-527-4522 Incorporated: 1862 Elevation: 949 feet Area in limits: 10.602 square miles Population 1989:25,690 Mayor Fred L. Mitchell Coundl William P. Fleenor Ellen Haun (mayor pro tern) Michael Johnson B. Loyal Smith John "Dan" Swank Tom Williams Coundl Meets: 2rid & 4th Wednesdays, 7:00 PM A|tomey Thomas K. Balfney Airport Manager Jim Kumz Building Inspector Ead Chgndlst City Manager Harry Kin2er Clerk-Treasurer Lynn Cello Data Processing Dir Phil Holmes Develop Services Dir Robed Martin Engineer Jack Molsness Finance Director Debra Reno Fire Chief Tom Anderson Library Director Anne Heiey MunicipaJ Judge Jerry Votendahl Park Superintendent Was Millet Parks & Reo Director Mike Petersen Personnel Director Her~y D. Kinzer Police Chief Charles Fulton Public Works Director Duene SQ'oggins Sanitation Supt Dennis Nelly Sewage Trtmt Pit Opt AI Prouty Street Superintendent Stanley Williams Water Systems Supv Howard Laughery Water Superintendent Doug Cello WAPATO(Yaklma County) 205 East Third Street, 98951 509-877-2334 Incorporated: 1908 Elevation: 875 feet Area in limits: 1.78 square miles Population 1989:3,370 Mayor Richard C. Calahan Coundl Deloreus Bunneil William Coleman James Hanson Ray Judd Russell Insley Gerald Oxford Mary Schwerdffeger Council Meets: 1st & 3rd Mondays, 8:00 PM: 2nd Monday, 6.30 AM Attorney Anthony Monks City Clerk Pauline Gmth Fire Chief Thomas Kehm Municipal Judge Joseph Dennis Police Chief Lennie James PuUic Works Dir. Don Groth Sewage Trtrnt Pit Opt PJchard Munich Treasurer Mary Scholar Water Superintendent Lance Hoyt WARDEN (Grant County) 201 gouth Ash, PO gox 428. ggg~7 509.349-2326 Incorporated: 1910 Elevation: 1,030 test Area in 5ndts: 1.24 square m~tes Population 1989:1,455 WASHOUGAL (Clerk County) 1701 "C" Street, 98671 206-835-8501 Incorporated: 1908 Elevation: 250 feet Area in limits: 2.111 square miles Population 1989:4,090 - Mayor T. Mason ~mith Council Keith Baker Archie Blanchard Chuck Crumpacker (mayor pro tem) Jell Guard Dorian Gmenlng Dean Llndgran Lomle McCulleugh Council Meets: 1st & Srd Mondays, 7:30 PM Attorney Edwin L, Poyfair Bd of Adjustment Ch John Watts Building Official Kevin Mickels City Clerk R.J. Rust Deputy Finance Dir Janet Parker Finance Director R.J. Rust Planning Comm Chair Scott Shaver Police Chief Reggie Bheppard Public Works Director Mike Conway SewageTnmt Pit Opr Dale Hammdch WASHTUCNA (Adams County) SE 165 Main St, PO Box 713, 99371 509-646-3253 Incorporated: 1903 Elevation: 600 feet Area in limits: 0,5 square miles Population 1989:252 Mayor Syd Sullivan Council John Glenn Herb Haase Bobble Hamilton Davida Hills Dale Mordson Coundl Meets: 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 8:00 PM Attorney Dennis Morgan Clerk-Tre~urer Colleen Blauert Fire Chief Fred Blauert Parks & Roe Director Ginger McKenzle Poli~ M~rshal Paul Md~anzia Water/Sewer/St Supt Mike McKenzle WATERVILLE (Douglas County) 104 East Locusf, PO Box 580, 98858 509-745-8871 Incorporated: 1889 Elevation: 2,600 feet Area in limits: 1.591 square miles Population 1989:935 Mayor Ed Hoffn~n Coundl David Barnes Corinne Bigger Chadas Hammond Ka~ R e.lnIak Kev~n WhltehaJl Coun~l IVleeL¢. 1st & 3td Mondays. 7:30 PM Attorney Steven Smith Buiding Inspector Don Heffner City Supe~sor Cad E. Koanig ClerkoTreasu=,~, Mabte L Keewles Fire Chlel Did( Gormley (county) I.Jbrarian Shirley Ph~lips Ughc Superintendent Cml E. Koenlg Parks & Rec Director Ed Hoffman Police Chief Big W~liiams Public Works Supt Cart E. Koenig Water/Sewer/St Supt Carl E. Koen[g WAVERLY (Spokane County) Commercial & Thir~ PO Box 37, 99039 509-283-2469 Incorporated: 1907 Elevation: 2,500 feet Area in limits: 0.4 square miles .Population 1989: 94. ...... Mayor L~nnm Mcuanml Council Ead Bothman Cindy Cadson Cathy Curtis Rolland Gerling Mike McOaniel Council Meets: 2nd Monday, 7:00 PM Attorney Herman, Herman & Jolley Fire Chief Big Tensfield Park DirectorRite Evans S~ee! Superintendent LJ. (Bud) Lundstmm Treasurer.Clerk Undo Lasz . Water Superintendent Rolland Getting WENATCHEE; (Chelan County) 129 South Ghelan Streel, PO Box 519, 98807.0519 509-663.0551 Incorporated: 1893 Elevation: 700 feet Area in limits: 5.761 square miles C opulation 1989:19 950 ayor J m Lynch Comm Finance Russ Trimble Comm Public Safety Jim Lynch Comm Public Works Ray Prove Commission Meets: Tuesdays, 2:00 PM Atlornw Larry M. Cadson Accounting Manager Debra Tarry Bd of Adjustment Ch Ben Kirk Building Inspector Dale Kinl~de Comm Services Mgr Chuck Largent Dir Admin Servs/Clerk Michael Bailey Equipment/Plant Mgr Bob Jonenson Fire Chief William Edwardson Housing Authority Oh Lori Barnett Personnel Director Car Harris Planning Admlnls~'amr Rober~ Hughes Planning Comm Chair Craig Nelson Police Chief Kenneth Badgley Pubtlo Works Director Lyle Bland Purchasing Agent Jan Willis Transpo~,don/ Construction Mgr Buzz Perkhltl Water Resources IVlgr Dan Curry WESTPORT (Grays Harbor County) 506 Montesano North, PO Box 50~, 98595 206-268-0131 Incorporated: 1914 Elevation: 12 feet Area in limits: 7.1 square miles Population 1989:1,910 Mayor Herald L Ha~dy Council Mark Ahem ell Clock.sin William Gmw~ll Robert Hepsoe Jack WtXlam$ Coundl Meets: 2nd & I~st Tuesdays, 7:00 PM Atlomey Wiliam F~Morg~ Bd of/~justmenl Ch Colleen Bergot Building Inspector Fred Chapman, Jr. Clark-T~asurer Debts Per~ Fire, Chief Bill C~ Ubmdan Bever!y Wesffai~ Municipal Judge Stephen Hyde Ranning Comm Chair J~rn MankJn Police Chief William C. Gibson Public WorKS Director J=m Neva Sewer Superintendent Micha~ K~tchatl Street Superintendent David Dashe~ Water Superintendent Ray Phillips WEST RICHLAND (Benton County) 3805 Van Giesen, ~3352 509-967-3431 Incorporated: 1955 Elevation: 380 feet Area in limits: 19.535 square miles PopulaSon 1989:3,650 Iv~yor AI C. Metz Coundl Nathan E. Baltou Georg Hartman (mayor pro tern) Richard D. Morton Carolyn Nelson Jen'y A. Pellier Joyce Wallace Bill Wilson Council Meets: 1st & 3rd Mondays, 7:00 PM Attorney Robert Swisher Building Inspector Benton County City Administrator Ralph Menasco Clerk-Treasurer Gmce E. Higgins Fire Marshal Lyman Nelson Parks Bd Chair David Roddguez Planning Comm Chair J=mes Ram=doll Maintenance Foreman Hat Still WHITE SALMON (KIIckltat County) 170 NW Lincoln, PO Box ~;05, g~672 509-493-1133 Incorporated: 1907 Elevation: 575 feet Area in limits: 1,189 square miles Pr~opulat~on 1989:2,050 yor Fronds Caddis Council Keith Anderson Alan Cadock James Herman Elmer Kinder Roger MJli~ Council Meets: 1st Wednesday after 2nd of month, and 3rd Wednesday, 7:00 PM Attorney E, Thompson Reynolds Clerk-Treasurer Lillian Hines Deputy Clerk Priscilla Methuln Fire Chief Ray (Peru) Bentley LIl~'adan Kim Andeau Munlclp~d Judge Robert Weisfield Police Chief Ned Kindler Public Wo~ks Director Wee Lewis WILBUR (Uncoln County) 14 NW Division, PO Box 2~4o 99185 509-647-5821 Incorporated: 1890 Elevation: 2,280 feet Area in limits: 1.003 square miles Population 1989:87,5 Mayor Donald G. Reid Courcil Terry Cobb Randy L Herds Jim Lane Gerald Metcalf Council Meets: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30 PM Affomey Joshua Gr~nt Clerk-Treasurer Ma~ J. Dani~e Fire Chief La,'ry G. Cia~k, II Police Chief Donald E. Lane W]LKESON (Pierce County) 540 Church S~ee! PO Drawer C, 9~396 206~29-0790 II TI55121021
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CITIES AND TOWNS 135 Incorporated: 1909 Elevation: 805 feet Area in limits: 0.47 square miles Population 1989:365 Mayor Richard L. Sellers,St Council Carl Fablani Dale Pemj Jeff Sdlers Bob Sutphin Jim Wal~er Council Meets: 2rid & 4th Wodnesdays, 7~0 PM Attorney Mike Reynolds Bd of AdjustmentCh vacant Building Inspector Craig Hill Clerk-Treasurer Wendy Shook Fire Chief Edger Seymour Municipal JudgeA.E. Hammermaster Planning Carom Chair Jim Leggett Town Marshal Timothy Persanlus Water/Sew=fiSt Supt Vacant WILSON CREEK (Grant County) Fourth & Railroad. PO Box 162, 98880 509.345-253f Incorporated: 1903 Elevation: 1,276 feet Area in limits: 1.02 square miles Population 1989:188 Mayor Roy Mills Council Jim Bauman Darrell Mordhorst Scea I~1onimar Michael Or(is Arthur Ribail Council Meets: 1st Tuesday, 8:00 PM Attorney Laurence Libsack City Clerk Ve~ Bauman Fire Marshal Darrell Mordhorst Maintenance Rod Mcthnis W]NLOCK (Lewis County) 323 NE Firs! Street. PO Box 777, 98596 206-785-3811 Incorporated: 1890 Elevation: 308 feet Area in limits: 1.17 square miles Population 1989:1,045 Mayor Ken Croaker Council (mayor pro tsm) Rober~ L. Bmcey Jan Hensley Dennis Korpi John R. Paterson Carol Wambeke Coundl Meets: 2rid & 4th Mondays, 7:30 PM Aaomey William T. Hillier Clerk-TreasurerKatherine M. Korpi Fife Chiel Richard Anderson Ubradan Harriet Fodge Municipal JudgeSt=yen R. Buzzard Park Board Chair D~n Crocker Police Chief Ferrest McPhoreon Public Works Supt Lerey Zweifaihofor Sw/Wir Tarot Pit Opt Susan Sammons WINSLOW (Kltsep County) 625 Winslow Way East, 98110 206-842-7633 Incorporated: 1947 Elevation: 30 feet Area in limits: 1.472 squ~re miles Population 1989:2.822 Mayor Sam J. Granato Council Chwtes Averi, D~c~ Bowen Bob Chapel Shaila Ctofut Council Mee~: 1 st & 3~d Thtxsdays. 7:00 PM Attorney Rod Kaseguma Cla~',-Treasure¢ Donna Jean Buxton Court Gler~ Janet Schneider Hearing Examiner Robin Hunt Land Use Admin Robert E. W~llar Municipai Judge Steve Hogan Ranning Agen Chair James Tiffany Police Chief John Sut~n Public Works 5upt Keith E. Starve Sw/Wtr Trtmt PIt Opr Vic Pipo WINTHROP (Okanogan County) 208 Riverside, PO Box 459, 98862 5O9-996-2320 incorporated: 1924 Elevation: 1,765 feet Area in limits: 0.994 square miles Population 1989:365 Mayor Warren F. Badger Council Monee Banasky Diane Costaies Dick Lindblad Bob Mayas Stan Paterson Council Meats: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30 PM Attorney John L. Reader Bd of Adjustment Ch Russ Anderson Clerk-TreasurerJo Lynn Hill Fire Chief Don Waller Librarian ~ally Parkman Municipal JudgePaul O. Waller Planning Comrn Chair Nancy ShauBhnessy Police Marshal James Ditzai WatsrlSewerlSt Supl Bill Morgan WOODLAND (Oowlltz ~- Olark Counties) 100 Davidson Ave, PO Box 9, 98674 206-225.8281 Incorporated: 1906 Elevation: 33 feet Area in limits: 2.332 square miles .P.opulatJon 1989:2 6,20 Mayor wa tar Church, Jr Council: Chadas Blurn Patth;k Rychel Gene Stua~ C.,~'men Webb Jim ¥ount Council Meets: 1st & 3rd Mondays, 7:30 PM Attorney James Bailers Clerk-TreasurerKen Bays Fire Chief John Stark Headng Examiner John White Librarian Barbara Leathers Municipal Judge Ronaid Huntington Planning Carom Chair Sandy Larson Police Chief James Graham Public Works Supt Michael Gallagher Sewage Trlmt Pit Opt Gilbert Allen WOODWA¥ (Snohomleh County) 23920- 113th Place West, 98020 206-542.4443 Incorporated: 1958 Elevation: 340 feet Area in limits: 1.O4 square miles Population 1989:875 Mayor Donald H. Hedges Coundl Robert Brown Carol $imons D~v~d Sundquist Ro~s Wood Council Meets: 1st & 3rd Mondays. 7"30 PM Attorney Hansen. Roblnett, Krider, et al Bd of Adjustment Ch v~c~nt guild~o Oflk:~d J=m~= A. Cledc-Tre~'urer D~n LAk=u De!~Jty Clerk Jan E. O~und Engineer Mike Jauhola Eng'ctooring Consult Gray & Osborne F're Chief J~,c Weinz (Edmonds) Planning Comm Chair vacant Potlce Chief Steve Norman Public Works Uoyd Ramsey YACOLT (Clark County) 105 East Yacolt Road, PO Box 108, 98675 206~686-3922 Incorporated: 1908 Elevation: 320 feet Area in limits: 1.0 square miles Population 1989:535 Mayor Paul Grooms Council Richard Nexander Michael Jones Alan Kaski Affomey Rona,'a Bd of Adjustment Cr- Cnr~ D.~ Bu~g Offic=a~ Er=~ Lund Cl~ Clwk Eng~eedng Con;uh H. ~an Pl~nO Comm C~z~ Ja~ Poff~ Chlel ~,~ We~eyer (Clyde Treasurer Anne ~z~e~t YELM (Thurston County) 105 Yelm Avenue West, PO Box 479, 98597 206-458-3244 Incorporated: 1924 Elevation: 310 fee! James Messet Area in limits: 1.099 square miles Jim Robartson Population lggg: 1,425 Council Meets: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 7:00 PM Mayor Robert Sandem Council Arnold Dtogseth Attorney Mark B, Hansen Frederick Koli~is II Clerk-Treasurer irene Chrisdansan Leonard Laban Fire Chiet Tom McDowail Manha Parsons Public Works Director Paul Tester Kathy Wall Council Meets: 2nd & 4th Wednesdays. 7:30 YAKIMA (Yakima County) PM 129 North Second Street, 98901 509.575-6000 Art omey Randall Walker City Clerk Shelly Badger Incorporated: 1886 Fire Chief Bill Steele Elevation: 1,068 feet Ubradan Faith Hagenhofer Area in limits: 12.985 square miles Munidpal Judge Tom Huff Population 1989:50,610 Park Board Chair Dick Carrig Mayor • Patriaia A. Bemdt Police Marshal Glen Dunnam Council Cl~enee Barnett Public Works/ Hemy Beauchamp Building Official Gene Barges (asst mayor) Lynn Buchanan Street Superintendent Tim Paterson George H. Pechtel Treasurer/Utility Acct Daisy Lawmn Lee Semon III Water Superintendent Don Bernard Bernard Sims Coundl Meets: Tuesdays, 2:00 PM ZILLAH (Yaklma County) 111 Seventh Street, A~ounting Manager Bob Wheeler PO Box 475, 98953 Airport Manager vacant 509-829-5151 A~t City manager Fred Stouder Attorney John Vanek Incorporated: lgl 1 Cable TV Coord Wendy Warren Elevation: 1,000 feet Capitol Theava Mgr Steve Caffary Area in timits: 2.809 square miles City Clerk K~ren Roberts Population 1969:1,835 City Engineer Dennis Whltcher Mayor Gary Clark City Manager Richard A. Zais, Jr. Council Robert Cory Cede Admin Manager Bob Shampine Lee Gedffey Carom Econ Dev Dir Glenn Rice Vic Kezele Canv Center Met Kathy Coltey Dan Schlanker Customer 5orv Mgr Bert Tabayoyon (mayor pro ten]) Elmer Schul~z Eng/Lltil Director Dennis Covell Coundl Meets: 2nd & 4th Mondays, 7:00 PM Finance/Budget Cir John Hanson Fire Chief Gerald Be=son At~erney R. Wayne Bjur Headn9 Examiner Phil Lamb City Superintendent Curl Walker Housing Authority Ch Bruce Moorer Clerk-Treasurer (act) Carla Haiderman Into Systems Manager Rick Pettyjohn Fire Chief Larry Lanti~ Library Director Richard Ostrander Librarian Fern Greene Parks & Rec Manager David Flaherty Municipal Judge Joseph Dennis Parks Carom Chair Mike Nixon Planning Carom C~air Brian Boyle Personnel Officer Archie Sutton Police Chief James Gorrebeeck Police Chief Pleas Green Public Works Director Curt Walker Public Works D~rector Jerry Cop=land Sw/W~ Tnrnt PIt Opt Tim Tilley Purchasing Agent Jea~ Reid SVeeVRefuse Supt vacant Traffic Engineer vaunt Transit Manager Bill Schul~ Wmor Superintendent Ty W~ck YARROW POINT (King County) 4705.91st Avenue NE,, Be/levue 98004 206.454-6994 Incorporated: 1959 Elevation: 35 feet Area in limits: 0.35 square miles Population 1989:1,020 Mayer Albe~ W. tc~ckson Council Mark Casey Larry Coleman Dr. Melvin Freeman Ady~ Gale Council Mee=: 2nd Tuesday, 7:30 PM TI55121022
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136 CITIES AND TOWNS WASHINGTON STATE COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENT District Clearinghouses In Washington and "rheir Jurisdictions Adams County Adams County Planning Department 165 North First Street, Othello 993~4 509.488-9441 Asot]n and Garfield counties Asotin County Board of Commissioners PO Box 250, Asotin 99402 509.243-4160 Benton end Franklin counties Benton-Franklin Governmental Conference. 1622 Terminal Dr, PO Box 217, Rich/and 99352 509-943-9185 Chelan County Chelan County Planning Department 411 Washington St, Wenatchee 98801 509.64.4-5225 Clallam County Clallam County PUD PO Box 1090, Port Angeles 98362 206-452-9771 Clark County Intergovernmantal Resource Center 1351 Gflicer's F~ow, Vancouver98661 206-699-2361 Columbia and Walls Walls counties Wdla Walla County Regional Planning 310 West Poplar, Suite 117 Walla Walla 99382 609.527.3285 Cowlltz and Wahklakum counties Cowlltz-Wahkiakum Governmental Conference Administrative Annex 207 Fourth Ave North, Ke/so 98626 206-577-3041 Douglas County Douglas County Regional Planning Council 110 Third St NE, East Wenatchee 98802 509-884-1511 Ferry, Pend Orellle and Stevens counties TRICO Economic Development District 117 West Astor, Colvi/le 99114 509-684-4571 Franklin County See Benton County Garfield County See Asotln County Grant and lincoln counties Big Bend Economic Development Council PO Box 10, Ephrata 98823 509-754-2125 Grays Harbo.r County Grays Harbor Regional Planning Commission 2109 Sumner Ave, Suite 202, Aberdeen 98520 206-532-8812 Island County Island County Planning Department PO Box 698, Coupevi//e 98239 2o6-679-7339 Jefferson County Jefferson-Port Townsend Regional Council County Courthouse, PO Box I220 Port Townsend 98368 20G-385-9140 King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohoml,,h countles Puget Sound Council of Goverments Grand Central on the Park 2"16 First Avanue South, Seattle 206-464-6179 Kilsap County See King County Kittltaa County Kittitas County Planning Office . County Courthouse, Fifth and Main E/lansburg 98926 509-962-6811 Ext 213 Klicldtat County Kliokitat Regional Council 228 Wast Main St, Room 150 Goldandale 98620 5O9.773.5703 Lewis County Lewis County Planning Depa,-tment P 0 Box 418, Chehalis 98532 2O6-7,48-9121 Ext 1,44 Uncoln County See Grant County Mason County Mason County DepL of General Services PO Box 186, She/ton 98584 206-427-96 70 Okanogan county Okanogan County Planning Department PO BOx 1009, Ok~nogan 96840 509-422-3301 Paclllc County Pzcilic County Regional Planning Council PO Box 68, South Bend 98586 206.8 75.93 5S Pend Orellle County See Ferry County Pierce County See King County San Juan County San Juan county Planning Department PO Box 947, Friday Harbor 98250 206-378.2354 Skagit County Sk~git Council of Governments 204 Montgomery, Mount Vernon 98273 206.-428-1299 Skamanla County Skamania Regional Planning Council PO Box 152, Stevenson 98648 509-427-5418 Snohomlsh County See King County Spokane County Spokane Regional Council West 808 Spokane Falls Blvcl, Spokane 99201 509-456-4325 Stevens County See Ferry County Thuraton County Thurston Regional Planning Council Building # 1, Administration 2000 Lakeridge Drive SW, Olympia 98502 206-786-5480 Wahklakum County Bee Cowlltz County Walta Walls See Columbia County Whatcom County Whatcom County Council of Governments 119 N. Commercial, Suite 640 Bel/ingham 98225 206-676-6974 • Whitman County .Whitman County Planning Department CoUnty Courthouse, North 400 Main Street Co/fax 99111 509-397-4622 Yak]ms County Yaklma Valley Conference of Governments 104 N. First St, Room B-24, Yekime 98901 509.575-4372 TI55121023
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EDUCATION 137 III .~ EDUCATION STATE UNIVERSITIES CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSII'~ Ellensburg 98926 509-963-1111 President: Dr. Donald L..Gardty Enrollment: 6,000 Established in 1890 as Washington State Normal School, then successively as Central Washington College of Education in 1937, Central Washington State College in 1961 and Central Washington Uni- versity in 1977. The university comprises schools of business and economics, professional studies, and letters, arts and sciences. Extended degree centers: Lynnwood Center 20000- 68th Ave West. Lynnwood 98036 206-771-1574 South Seattle Center 6000 - 16th Ave SW, Seattle 98106 206.764-6422 Stellacoom Center 9401 Fan/vest Drive SW, Tacoma 98498 208.964-1656 EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Cheney 9goo,f 509-359-6200 President: Dr. B. Dell Felder (interim) Enrollment: 8,200 The university opened in 1882 as the Benjamin P. Cheney Academy. In 1890 it became the State Normal School at Chaney and was designated Eastern Washington College of Education in 1937 ~nd Eastern Washington State College in 1061. It achieved its university status in 1977. The university is reorganizing its academic sub- divisions into six colleges--Le~ers and Social Sci- ence; Science, Mathematics and Technology; Human Learning and Development; Social, Health and Public Semices, Business Administration, and Fine Arts. Eastern is also in the consortium which comprises the lntemollegiate Center for Nursing Education. THE EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE Olympia 98505 206-866-600 President: Joseph D. Olander Enrollment: 3,100 Founded in 1971, Evergreen is the newest four- year institution in Washington. It is a liberal arts and sciences college with innovative Wocjrams in eviron- mental ~nd merino ~tudi¢=. Muldoultural ~tudie~. ex- pres~ve ads. health and human development, management and public interest. Northwest Native Amedcan studies, peli6cal economy, and sc~enca and technology. It also offers graduate programs in public administration (MPA) and environmental and energy studies (MES). UNIVERSIT£ OF WASHINGTON Seattle 98195 206-543-2100 President: Dr. William P. Gerberdlng Enrollment: 34,086 Founded in 1861 on a ten-acre tract of wilderness that is now part of downtown Searde, the University of Washington campus now comprises 694 acres located between L~ke Union and Lake Washington. The university has fifteen major schools or col- leges; architecture and urban planning, arts and sciences, business administration, dentistry, educa- tion, engineering, forest resources, law, medicine, nursing, ocean and fisheries sciences, pharmacy, public affairs, public health and community medi- cine, and social work. WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSI'I~ Pullman 99164 ~09-335-35~4 President: Dr. Samuel H. Smith Enrollment: 17,800 Founded in 1890 as the Land Grant University of the State of Washington, WSU is today a multi- campus research university offering study leading to bachelor's, master's and dcctorial degrees. The central campus in Pullman is located on 234 acres, plus an additional 4,200 acres in service area and farm land in the dch Palouse region ol eastern Washington. Three new campuses, located in Spokane, Td-Cities and Vancouver, orrder upper- division and graduate study. The acadeh~i¢ structure includes seven colleges: agriculture and home economics, business and economics, education, engineering and amhitec- lure, pharmacy, sciences and arts, and veterina~j medicine plus a graduate school, the Intercollegiate Center for Nursing Education in Spokane, and the Center for Hotel and Restaurant Administration in Sea~e. WSU has Cooperative Extension offices in all 39 counties and operates agricultural research stations in vadous parts of the state, from Presser to Wenatchee to Pwallup. A research and technology park has been established adjacent to the Pullman Campus. WSU-Spokane West 601 First Ave, Spokane 99204-0399 509-456-3275 WSU-Vancouver 1800 East McLoughlin Bird, Vancouver 98663 20~-699-0420 Trl Cities Unlveralty Center 100 Sprout Road, Rich/and 99352 Hotel & Restaurant Admlnlstr,=tlon Program 1108 E Columbia, Seat~e 98122 206-464-6349 WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Bellingham 9822S 206-676-3000 President: Dr. Kenneth P. Mortimer Enrollment.' 9.838 Founded in 1899 as New Whatcom State Normal School, it successively became Western Washing- ton College of Education in 1937. Western Washing- ton State College in 1961 and achieved university status in 1977. The university is organized as a graduate school and six colleges: arts and sciences, business and economics. Woodring College of Education, Falrhaven College, fine and performing arts. and the Huxley College of Environmontal Studies. In addition to its Bellingham campus offerings, WWU offers a complete six and nine-week Summer Session Pro- gram, maintains a university extension center for continuing education, a conference services center, and offers several degree programs through classes taught in Seattle locations. PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES CITY UNIVERSITY 16561 Northrop Way, Bellevue 98008 206-643-2000 President: Dr. Michael A. Pastore Enrollment: 6,000 An independent institution of higher education providing educational opportunities to a segment of the population not being reached by traditional means. Offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees. CORNISH COLLEGE OF THE ARTS 710 East Roy Street, Seattle 98102 206-323-1400 President: Robert Funk Enrollment: 581 Cornish College of the Arts offers B.F.A. programs for aspidng professional artists in art, dance, design, music, performance production, and tf~eater. Founded in 1914, Cornish became an accredited four-year college in 1977. GONZAGA UNIVERSITY Spokane 99258 50g-328-4220 President: The Ray. Bemsrd J. Coughlino SJ Enrollment: 4,155 Gonz~ga is an independent Roman Caff~:~ic and Jesuit university which was founded in 1887 and achieved ur~versity status in 1912. TI55121024
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138 EDUCATION Gonzaga University continued Itis organi2~=d into a graduat~ school ~ong with a college of arts and sciences, schools of business administration0 education, engineering, law. and professional studies. HERITAGE COLLEGE 3240 Fort Rd., Toppenish 98048 509-865-2244 President: Dr. Kathteen Ross, SNJM Enrollment: 540 Hedtage College is a four-year, indepandantinsti- tution, governed by a local Board of Directors. A college in the liberal arts tradition, Heritage offers baccalaureate and graduate degree programs for the multJcultural population of the Yakima Valley. It also has a campus in Croak. LUTHERAN BIBLE INSTITUTE OF SEATI'LE Providence Heights, Issaquah 98027 206-392-0400 Pres~ent: Dr. C. Jack Eichorst Enrollment: 200 NORTHWEST COLLEGE OF THE ASSEMBUES OF GOD 5520 NE loath Ave, PO Box579, Kirk/and 98083-0579 206-822-8266 President: Dr. D.V. Hurst Enrollment: 695 Accredited Christian college offering BA pro- grams with majors in biblical literature, pestoreJ ministries, Christian education, missions, sacred music, youth ministries, religion end philosophy, elementary educatian, behavioral sciences, and in- terdisciplinary studies. AA degrees are also offered. PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY Tacoma 98447 20G-531-6900 President: Dr. William O. Rieke Enrollment: 4,000 The university was lounded in 1890 and achieved university status in 1980. The univ~rsity offers undergraduate programs in arts, science, business administration, education, humanities, social sciences, nursing, and physical education, as well as graduate programs. SAINT MARTIN'S COLLEGE La~ey 98503 206.4 91-4 700 President: Dr, David R. Spangler Enrollment: 900-1,000 Established in 1895 by members of the Older of St Benedict, it is an independent Catholic college charted by the State of Washington to grant degrees and academic booers. It offers programs in arts and sciences, business administraSon, civ~ engineering, computer ences, nursing and humanities. SEATTLE PACIRC UNIVERSITY Third Wast & Wast B~rlona St SL=att/a 98119 206.281-2050 President: Dr, David G. Le Shana Enrollment: 3,400 Founded in 1891 by the Free Methodist Church near central Seattle, the university now consists of a 35 acre campus on Queen Anne Hill and acreages on Whldbay and Blakely Islands for field studies & recreation. Itoffers programs in business, education, electrical engineering, fine and performing arts, health sciences, humanities, natural and mathemati- cal sciences, physical education, religion, and social and behavioral sciences. SEA'I'rLE PREPARATORY SCHOOU MATTEO RICCI COLLEGE PROGRAM 2400-1 lth Ave East, Seattle 98102-4098 206-324-7194 (Development & Alumni Office) President: Fro Thomas F. Healy, SJ Enrollment: 605 A four year Jesuit college preparatory school with an option of completing high school and college in six academic years. This six year program, known as Matteo Ricci College, is offered jointly with Seattle University."Eady Admit" is an additional option: qualified students may enter colleges nationwide after three years at Prep: "The Choice for Excellence Since 1891." SEATTLE UNIVERSITY SeaWe ~8122 206-296-6000 President: The Roy. William J. Sullivan, ,%1 Enrollment: 4,514 The university was founded in 1891 with the pur- pose of meeting the educational needs of the grow- ing Northwest In 1948 it was granted full university status by the state. Seato University is an inde- pendent, co-educational institution operated b.y the Jesuit Order. The university is made up o! colleges of arts and science, schools of business, education, nursing, public service, science and engineedeg, and gradu- ate school. UNNER$1TY OF PUGET SOUND 1500 North Warner, Tacoma 98416 206.756-3148 President: Dr. Phillip M. Phibbs Enrollment: 2,771 undergraduates . Founded in 1888 by ministers and laymen of the Methodist Church, ills today governed by awholly in- dependent Board of Trustees and offers a non- secta~,ian program in the arts and sciences andin five professional schools. The School of Law is located in downtown Tacoma at the Norton Clapp Center. The main campus is located in a residential area in northern Tacoma. Most of the Tudor Gothic build- ings with their distinctive red-brick pattern of z~rches and porticoes were constructed on the wooded 72- ~ campus in the 19.50s and 1960s. WALLA WALLA COLLEGE Co/l~ja P/ace 99324 509-527-2615 800-572-89C~4, Washington 800-541-8900, con ~nenral US President: Dr. H.J. Bergman Enrollment: 1,500 The college was established in 1882 and is operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Walla WaIla College is a comprehensive institu. tion el higher education offering graduate programs in social work, biology and education. Its full range ot undergraduate programs include the arts and sci. ences, engineering, computer science, education, nursing, social work, and religion. WWC also oilers preprotessional, special two-year associate degrees and codificate programs. WWC is accredited by the following organizations: The Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, The Seventh-day Adventist Board of Regents, and The Washington State Board of Education. WHITMAN COLLEGE Wal/a Wa//a ~9362 509-527-5185 President: Dr. Robert Allen Skotheim Enrollment: 1,200 Founded in 1859 in reemory of Marcus and Nar- cissa Whitman, missionaries instrumental in open- ing the Northwest to settlers, Whitman is the oldest chartered institution of higher learning in the state o! Washington. It became ~ degree granting institution in 1883 and is now an independent, non-sectarisn college of liberal errs and sciences. Whitman main- rains the highest of academic standards. WHITWORTH COLLEGE • Spokane 99251 509.466-3212 President: Arthur J. De Jong Enrollment: 1,800 Whltworth College is a four-year, Presbyterian- related liberal arts institution. 1990 marks Whitworth's centennial year as a college. Students /ram 29 sta~es and 17foreign countries study the arts and sciences in a residential setting. The largest .major field is business, followed by education, Eng- lish, psychology and history. Graduate programs are offered in education and health sciences. COMMUNITY COLLEGES BELLEVUE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3000 Landerholm C[rde SE Bellevue 98007 206-641-0111 President: B. Jean Flotan Enrollment: 6,134 FTE DIstrlct 8 BIG BEND COMMUNITY COLLEGE Dlstrict 10 28th and Chanure, Moses Lake 98837 509-762.5351 President: Gregory G. Rtch Enrollment: 1,454 FTE TI55121025
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CENTRAUA COLLEGE D|str|c! 12 600 W. Locust, Centralia 98531 206-736-9391 President: Dr. Henry k3rk Enrollment: 2,164 FTE CLARK COLLEGE District 14 1800 ~ McLough/in Bird Vancouver 98663 206.694-6521 President: Dr. Ead Po Johnson Enrollment: 5,324 FTE COLUMBIA BASIN COLLEGE District 19 2~00 North 20th, Pasco 99302 509-547-0511 President:. Dr. Marvin Weiss Enrollment: 3,654 FTE EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Distrlct 23 20000-68th Ave West Lynnwood 98036 206-771-1500 President: Thomas C. Nielsen Enrollment: 4,201 FTE EVERETI" COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 5 801 Wevnore Ave. Everetl 98201 206-259-7151 President: Robert J. Drewel Enrollment: 3,662 FTE GRAYS HARBOR COLLEGE District 2 Aberdeen 98520 206-532-9020 President: Dr. Jewell Manspeaker Enrollment: 1,391 FTE GR E EN~R~IVER~-CO M M U NITY COLLEGE District 10 12401 SE 320th St, Auburn 96002 206-833-9111 President: Richard Rutkowski Enrollment: 4,618 HIGHLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIstrlot 9 PO Box 98000, Des Moines 98198-9800 206.878-3710 President: DroShidey Gordon Enrollment: 4,960 FTE LOWER COLUMBIA COLLEGE District 13 1600 Maple SVeet, Longvlew 98632 206.577-2300 President: Dr. Vernon Pi¢kstt Enrollment: 2,288 NORTH SEATI'LE COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 6 9600 College Way North Sea~e 98103 206.527-3600 President: Dr. Arthur Binnie Enrollment: 3,840 FTE OLYMPIC COLLEGE District 3 16th and Chester St, Bremerton 98310 206-478.4544 President: Dr. Wallace Simpson Enrollment: 3,827 FTE PENINSULA COLLEP-E District 1 1502 E. taudsden Blvd. Port AngeJes 98362 206~52-9277 PresE~ent: Dr. Paul Comaby Enrollment: 1,234 FTE PIERCE COLLEGE District 11 9401 Farwest Ddve SW, Tacoma 98498 206-964-65o9 President: Dr. Frank B. Bmuillet Enrollment: 5,188 FTE SEATTLE CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 6 1701 Broadway, Seattle 98122 206.587-3~00 President: Dr, Charles H. Mitchell Enrollment: 5,095 FTE SHORELINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 7 16101 Greenwood Ave North Seattle 98133 206-546-4101 President: Dr. Ronald E. Bell Enrollment: 4,619 SKAGIT VALLEY COLLEGE District 4 2405 College Way Mount Vernon 98273 206-428-1261 President: Dr. James M. Ford Enrollment: 2,668 FTE SOUTH PUGET SOUND COMMUNITY COLLEGE • District 24 2011 Mottman Rd SW Olympia 98502 206-754-7711 President: Dr. Kenneth J. Minnaert Enrollment: 2,213 FTE SOUTH SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 6 6000-16th Ave SW, Seattle 98106 206-764.6300 President: Jerry M. Brockey Enrollment: 3,672 SPOKANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Diet 17 N 1810 Greene St, Spokane 99207 ~09.536- 7000 Presiden~ Dr. Jack Sells Enrollment: 5,556 FTE SPOKANE FALLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 17 W 3410 Fi George Wright Dr, Spokane 99204 509-459.3500 President: Dr.Vem Jerome Loland Enrollment: 6,420 TACOMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 22 5900 South 12fh St, Tacoma 98465 President: Dr. Cadeton Opgaard Enrollment: 3,408 FTE WALLA WALLA COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 20 500 Tausick Way, Wa/la Walla 99362 509522-2500 President: Dr. Steve VanAusdle Enrollment 2,705'FTE WENATCHEE VALLEY COLLEGE District 15 1300 Filth ~t, Wenatchee 98801 509-662-1651 President: Dr. Amie Heuc~ert Enrollment: 1,923 FTE EDUCATION 139 WHA'i'COM COMMUNITY COLLEGE District 21 237 Wee! Kellogg Road, Bet/ingham 9S226 206-676-2170 President: Dr. Harold Heiner Enrollment: 1,378 FTE YAKIMA VALLEY COLLEGE District 16 PO Box 1647, Yakima 98907 509-575.2350 President: Dr. Phillip Tullar Enrollment: 2,g84FTE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT OFFICES Community College District 6 (Central, North, South Seattle) 1500 Harvard, Seattle 98122 206-587-3672 Chanoellor: Thomas Gonzales Enrollment: 12,607 FTE Community College District 17 (Spokane/Spokane Falls) N 2000 Greene St, Spokane 99207 509-536- 7401 CEO: Dr. Terrence Brown Enrollment: 11,976FTE PUBLIC VOCATIONAL- TECHNICAL INSTITUTES LH. BATES VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 1101 South Yakima Ave, Tacoma 96405 206-5976-15O9 Superintenden.t: Ullian Barna Enrollment: 47,000 annual headcount Operated by Tacoma School District 810 BELUNGHAM VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 3028 Lindbergh Ave. Bel/ingham 98225 206-67"6-6490 Superintendent: Dr. Lee F. Olsen Enrollment: 1,450 (day); 13,750 (evening- annually) Operated by Bellingharn School District 8501 CLOVER PARK VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Tacoma 98499 2O6-584- 7611 Superintendent: Charles Alexander Enrollment: 5,853 (day); 42,116 (evening-annual) Operated by Clover Park School District #400 LAKE WASHINGTON VOCATIONAL- TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 11606-132nd NE, Kirk/and 98064 206.828-5600 Director: Dr,Donald W. Fowler Enrollment: 25,000 Operated by lake Washington School Distr~ct #4 ! 4 RENTON VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 3000 NE Fou[th St, Renton 96056 206-235-2352 Superintendent: Dr. Gary Kohlwes Enrollment: 3.065 FIE; 22.520 students (~perated by Renton School District #403 TI55121026
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140 EDUCATION PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRCTS OFFICE OF THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Old Capitol Building, FC-- 11 C~ympia 98504-32 ! 1 .................. 206-759,6738 Re office functions as the administrative department of education for the state end is responsible for supervising the general management, operation, and regulation of the conduct and course of study for the store's public school system. "('he office is organized into three service units which offer support programs to the various school d stricts throughout the state. They are; School Business Services Curriculum, Instructional Support and Special E~Jucation Pro- grams and Vocatmnal Education, Student/Commu- nity Services. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Judith A. Billings Executive Assistant: John Pope .......... 586-6904 Deputy Su~p~erintendentt: Doyle Winter ....753-1880 Admin/~ssistant: Warren -Burton ......... 753-6701 PolicY, Research & Plannir~.q/ "53 0793 Admin Asst: Kathleen plato ............. / - Governmental Liaison/ Admin Asst: Don Johnson ............... 586-6906 Budget Development/ 6-6906 • A,.dmi..n_Asst: T_er.w Mibhalson ........... 58 ~neola ~ P'ublic Helatlons/ Admin Asst: Ricardo Sdnchez ......... 753-6725 Service Unit Administrators: School Business Services: Dr. David L, Moberly ........................ 753-6742 Curriculum, Instructional Support and Special Education ..... Programs Bridget L. Cullerton ........ o~-~u,~ Vocational Education, StudenVCommuni~' Services: Janet.L. Cadson ............... 753-1066 ADAMS COUNTY Bongo School District #122 Bongo 99105 .................................... 509-887-2370 Head Teacher: MAP/' Ault Enmllmen¢: 9 Und School District #158 Box 340, Und 99341 ......................... 509-677-3481 Superintendent: Dan R. Jeremiah Enrollment: 212 Othello School Dlsldot #147-163-55 615 E. Juniper, Box 568 Othello 99344 ................................... 509.488-2659 Superintendent: Dennis L. Carter Enrollment: 2,405 Rltzvffie School Distrlct #160-67 We//sandt Road Ritzvi/le 99169 .................................. 509-659-1660 Superintendent:. Dennis E. Hauff Enrollment: 497 Wachtucna School District #109-43 PO Box 688 Washtucna 99371 .............................509.546-3237 Superintendent: David W. Randall Enrollment: 100 ASOT1N COUNTY Asotln-Anotone School District #420 314 First Street, Box 489 AsoU'n 99402 ............................. 509-243-4147 Superintendent: Richard A. Riggs Enrollment: 500 Clarkston School Dlst~lcl #J 250-185 847Fifth St, PO Box 70 C/arkston 99403 ..................... 509-758-2532 Superbtendant: Dr. Harold O. Beggs Enrolknent: 2,715 BENTON COUNTY Finley School District Route 2, Box 2670 Kennewi;k 99337 ............................. 509-586-3217 Superintendent: Don Fekete Enrollment: 884 Kennewlck School Dlslrict #17 200 S. Dayton Street Kennewick 99336 ............................. 509-582.1200 Superintendent: ~ M. Fields Enrollment: 10,307 Kiona.Benton Clly School District #52 Box ,~88, Benton City 99320 ............. 509-588-3717 Superintendent: ~ D. Henderson Enrollment: 1,142 Paterson School District #50 PO Box 189 Paterson 99345-0189 ...................... 509-875-2601 Superintendent: W'~lliam Bourn Enrollment: 55 Presser School District #116 Box 430, Prosser 99350 ................... 509-786-3323 Superintendent: Dr. Loyd Waite " Enrollment: 2,020 Rlchland School District #400 615 Snow Ave Richland 99352 ................................. 509-945-6106 Superintendent: Dr. Merge Chow Enrollment: 7,042 CHELAN COUNTY Cascade School District #226 Central & Evans Leavenworlh 98826 .......................... 509-548-5885 Superintendent: Dr Marilynn Baker Enrollment: 1,193 Cashmere School District #222 210 S. Division .Cashmere 96815 ............................. 509-782-3355 Superintendent: Randall D. Haull Enrollment: t0121 Entiat School District #127 2650 Entiat Way Enlist 98822 ..................................... 509- 784-1800 Superintendent: Dr Thomas A. Jentges Enrollment: 262 I~ke Chelan School District #129 Box ~69, Chelan 98816 .................... 509-682-2912 Superintendent: Carol A. Anderson Enrollment: 922 Manson School District #19 Box A, Manson 96831 ...................... 509.687-3140 ~uparintendent: Oebbra H. House nrollment: 410 Steh~kin School Dlstrlct #59 Stehekin 98852 Superintendent: Roberta Pills Enrollment: 6 Wenstchee School District #246 235 Sunset Ave, PO Box 1767 Wenatchee 96807 ............................ 509-663-8161 Superintendent: Richard D. Johnson Enrollment: 4,630 GLALLAM COUNTY Cspe Rsttery School District #401 BoX 109, Sek/u 98381 ........... 206-963-2329 Superintendent: Dr Shkl Spelga~ ~e~t: 525 Crescent School District #313 PO Box 2. Joyce 98343 .................... 206-928-3 Superintendent: Richard Wilson Enrollment: 330 Port Angeles School District #121 216 East Fourth Port Angeles 98362 .......................... 206.,457-8575 Superintendent: John Pope Enrollment: 4~770 Qulllayute Valley School District #402 PO Box 6O, Forks 98331 .................. 206-374-6262 Superintendent: Dr. Low McGill Enrollment: 1.500 Sequim Sch~l District .#323 503 N. Sequfm Ave Sequim 98382 .................................. 206-683.333~ Superintendent: Kenneth W. Anderson Enrollment: 2,120 CLARK COUNTY Battle G~:ound School District #119 Battle Ground 98604 ........................ 206-687-5171 Superintendent: Dr. Leo C. Beck Enrollment: 7,..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'388 Comas School District #t17 2028 NE G~rfield Comas 98607 ................................... 206-834-2811 Superintendent: Dr. Richard C. Mariotti Enrollment: 2,250 Evergreen School District #114 13905 NE 281h St Vancouver 98682-6099 .................... 206-256-6000 Superintendent: Dr, Kenneth C. Schmauder Enrollment: 14,350 Green Mountain School District #103 Route 1, Box 66 Woodland 9867.4 ..............................206-225-73~6 Superintendent: Ray E. ¥oder Enrollment: 75 Hookinson School District #98 15916 NE 182nd Ave Brush Prairie 98606 .......................... 206-256-5270 Superintendent: Dr. Roger L. Bieber Enrollment: 913 LeCenter School District #101 Box 168, LaCenrer 98629 ................ 206-263-2131 Superintendent: Dr. John H. Thomas Enrollment: 805 Rldgefleld School Dialect #122 Box 488, R~dg~fiold 98642 ............... 206-8~7-3514 Superintendent: John M. Sullivan Enrollment: 1,214 Vancouver School District #37 605 N. Devine Road Vancouver 98681 ............................ 206-685-7000 Superintendent: Dr. James F. Parsley, Jr. Enrollment: 15,170 Washougal Sch~,ol District #112-6 2349 B S~ Washouga198~71 ........... 206-835-2191 Superintendent: Brant C. Garrett Enrollment: 2,046 COLUMBIA COUNTY c~ts.On School District #2 sDaylon 99328 ................ 50cJ-382-2544 ul~.dntendent: Lynn R. Lupfer E~o~lrnent: 655 TI55121027
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Sterbuck School District #35 po Box 188, Starbuck 99359 ........ 509-399-2381 Superintendent: Frededc~ Yancey Enrollment: 50 COWLn"z COUNTY Castle Rock School District #401 Box 220, Castle Rock 98611 ........... 206274-8311 Superintendent: Dr. Bennet Aoker Enrollment: 1,315 Kalama School Dlslrlct #402 548 China Garden Road Kalama 98625 ................................. 206-673-5225 Superintendent: Chades R. Anderson Enrollment: 73o Kslso School District 601 Crawford St Kelso 98626 ...................................... 206-577-2400 Superintendent: Dr. Gay Selby Enrollment: 4,391 Longvtew School Dlstrlot #122 281h & Ulac Sts Longvfew 98632 ............................... 206-577-2700 Superintendent: Dr. Grant Hendrlckson Enrollment: 7,017 Toutle Lake School Dislrlct #130 5050 Spirit Lake Memorial Highway Toulle 98649 ....................... : ............. 206-274o6192 Superintendent: Jack Adams Enrollment: 550 Woodland School District #404 Box 370, Woodland 98674 ............... 206-225-9451 Superintendent: Donald W. Fluke Enrollment: 1,282 DOUGLAS COUNTY Bridgeport School District #75 Box 1060, Bridgeport 98813 ............. 509`686-2201 Superintendent: Robert E. Allen Enrollment: 420 Easlmont School Dislrlot #206 460 Ninth St NE East Wenatohee 98802 .................... 609-884-7169 Superintendent: Walt Bigby Enrollment: 3,756 Manslleld School District #207 Box 188. Mansfield 9883D ............... 509`~83-1012 Superintendent: Ronald Cummings Enrollment: 99 Orondo Sohool District #13 HC Route, Box 18 Omndo 98843 ................................... 5D9-784-1333 Superintendent: Tom Reese Enrollment: 165 Palisades .~¢hool Dlstrlot #102 HCR #98, Palisades 988,L~ .............. 509-884-8071 Superintendent: Charlotte Billingsley Enrollment: 36 Watsrville School District #209 Box 490, Water,lie 98858 .............. 509-745-8584 Superintendent: ,-I~rry Utzinger Enrollment: 265 FERRY COUNTY Curlew School District #50 Cur/ew 99118 ............................ 509-779-4944 Superintendent: Jerry Davis Enrollment: 260 inchellum School District #70 1978 Hornet Ave ~nche~Jm 99138 .................... 509-7226181 Superintendent: Brian W. Lewis Keller School District #3 PO Box 367, Keller 99140 ............... 509-634-4325 Superintendent: Joyoe Nee Enrollment: 61 Orient School District #65 O#ent 99180 ............................. 509-684-8873 Superintendent: Barry McCombs Enrollment: 107 Republic School Dlstrlcl #309 915 Highway 20 E. Republic 99166 ................................ 509-775-3173 Superintendent: Terry Heindl Enrollment: 527 FRANKLIN' COUNTY Kahlotus School District #56 Kah/otus 99335 ................................. 509-282-3338 Superintendent: J. Glenn Somnsen Enrollment: 100 North Franklin School District #J51-162 PO Box 829, Cannel/99326 ............. 509-234-2031 Superintendent: Dr. Da~e Clark Enrollment: 1,530 Pasco School District #1 1004 N. 161h Ave Pasco 99301 .................................... 509-547-9531 ~uperintendent: Dr. Larry Nyland nrotlment: 6,349 Star School District #54 24180 Pasco-Kahlotus Road Pasco 99~01 .................................... 509-54 7-2704 Administrator: Lucy Lasher Enrollment: 20 GARFIELO COUNTY Pomeroy School District #110 Box 950, Pometoy 99347 ................ 509-843-3393 Superintendent: Rick Anthony Enrollment: 413 GRANT COUNTY Coulee-Hartllne School District #151 Box 428 Coulee,C/~ 99115 ............. 509-632-5231 Superintendent: John W. Magers Enrollment: 229 Ephrsts School District #165 . Box 788, Ephrata 98823 ................... 509-754-2474 Superintendent: Dick Klnart Enrollment: 1,800 Grand Coulee Dam Sohool District #301J SteVens & Grant Coulee Dam 99116 ........................... 509.633.21,f3 Superintendent: James D. Keens Enrollment: 968 Moses Lake S,~hool District #161 1318 W. IVyAve Moses Lake 98837 ........................... 509-765-34~F, Superintendent: Ben G. Edlund Enrollment: 6.000 Qulncy School District #144.101 119JStSW, Quincy 98848 ................................ 509-787-4571 Superintendent: Tom L Pickett Enrollment: 1.460 Roy=1 School District #160 Box,#86, Royal Cily 99357 ............. 509-346-2222 Superintendent: David FL James Enrollment: 745 ~osp Lake School District #156 PO Box 158 ~p La~e 968~1 ............... 509-246-1822 perintendent t.inda M. Creech F_~;mm~t 325 EDUCATION IIIIII I I I Wahluko School District #73 PO Box 907. Mat~awa 99344 ..... ~og-g32.45E,5 Superintendent: Dr. Man/in Stevens Enrollment: 505 Warden School District #146-161 Box 308, Warden 98857 .............. 50g-3~9`2366 Superintendent: open Enrollment: 678 Wilson Creek School District #167-202 Never St, PO Box 46 Wilson Creek 98850 ........................ 509-345-254 Superintendent: Bob Pedman Enrollment: 90 GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY Aberdeen School District #5 216 North G St Aberdeen 98520 .............................. 206-532- 7690 Superintendent: Dr. Richard B. Voege Enrollment: 3.582 Cosmopolls School District #99 Box ,479, Cosmopofis 98537 ............ 206-537-7181 Superintendent: Dr. Joke Henderson Enrollment: 199 Elms School District #68 30 Elms-Monte Road Elms 98541 ...................................... 206-4B2.2822 Superintendent: Gary Logan Enrollment: 1.615 Hoqulsm School District #28 312 Simpson Ave Hoquiam 98550 ................................ 206-532-6543 Superintendent: Stanley G. Pinni~k Enrollment: 2.230 McCleaw School District #65 B_ox 8, McC/eaty 98557 .................... 206-495.32o5 Superintendent: Jim Ryder Enrollment: 305 Montesano School District #66 108 Marcy West Montesano 98563 ............................. 206-249`394~ Superintendent:. William D. Denhoim, Jr. Enrollment: 1,440 North Beach School District #64 PO Box 159 Ocean Shores 98569 ........................ 206-289-244 7 Superintendent: Richard H. Tartans Enrollment: 640 Oskviile School DIstrlot #400 Box H, Oakville 98568 ...................... 206-273-8229 Sup~!dntendent; Dennis Bmndon Enrollment: 380 0costa School District #172 Wes~ott 98595 .......... : ..................... 206-268-9125 Superintendent: Jerry genl~ns Enrollment: 800 Qulnault Lake School District #97 Box 38, Amanda Park 98526 ........... 206.288-2260 Superintendent: Ray Lorton Enrollment: 310 Satsop Sohool District #104 PO BOx 96, Satsop 98583 ................ 206-482.5330 Head Teacher:. Marsha Eppedy-Hendrick Enrollment: 35 Tsholah School Dll=trlct #77 PC Box 249, Taho/ah 98587 ......... 206-276-4729 Superintendent: Thomas G. Rya~ Enrollment: 1~;~ " Wlshk=h Valley School DlsL~lct #117 Route 1, Box 308 Abe'dean g(t520 ................ 206-532-3128 Superintendent: Rk~hard "[hrogrnon'on TI55121028
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142 EDUCATION ! ISLAND COUNTY Coupeville School District #204 PO Bo~: 72S Coupew7ie 98239 ............................. 206-678-4522 Superintendent: Dr. Emie Bartelson Enrollment: 730 Oak Harbor School District 8201 1250 Midway Bird Oak HarOor 98277 .......................... 206-678°5800 Superintendent: Roger L. Woehl Enrollment: 5,610 Sooth Wldbey School District #206 PO Box 346, Langley 98260 ............ 206-321-6100 Superintendent: Dr. Arthur O. Jzzrvis Enrollment: 1,616 JEFFERSON COUNTY Brinnon School District #46 46 Schoolhouse Road Brinnon 98320 ................................. 206-796-4646 Administrator: Carolyn Enzler Enrollment: 75 Chlmscum School District #49 Box 278, Chimacum 98325 .............. 206-385-3922 Superintendent: Marcia Harfs Enrollment: 1,060 Port Townsend School "District #50 1610 B/sine St Port Townsend 98368 ...................... 206-395.3814 Superintendent: Dr. Ron Johnson Enrollment: 1,404 Queers-Clearwater School Districl #20 Hcao, Box 1750 Forks 98331 ...................................... 206-982-2395 Superintendent: Frances F. Hanson Enrollment: 34 Quiloene School District #48 PO Box 40, Quilcene 98376 ............. 206.765-3363 Superintendent: Dr. Marshall B. Jeffries Enrollment: 270 KING COUNTY Auburn School District #400 915 Fourth St NE Auburn 98002 ................................... 206.931-4900 Superintendent: Dr. James P. Fugate Enrollment: g,980 Bellevue School Distrist #405 12111 NE Firs t St, PO Box 90010 Be/revue 98009.9010 ........................ 206.455-6015 Superintendent: Dr. Don R. O'Neil Enrollment: 14218 Enumclaw School District 8218 1118 My~e Ave Enumclaw 98022 .............................. 206-825.2588 Sup~_rintendent: Dr. James R. Barchek Enrollment: 3,720 Federal Way School District 8210 31405 - lath Ave South Federal Way,98033 .......................... 206-941-0100 Superintendent: Dr. G. Richard Harris Eniollment: 16,250 Highline ~hool Distrlot 8401 15675 Ambaum B/vd SW, Box 66100 Seatt/e 98166 ................................... 206-433-0111 Superintendent: Dr. Kent D. IV~theson Enrollroent: 15,992 Islaqu~=h ~ohool Dl=~trlgt ~.411 565 NW Holly S~ lssaqqah 98027 .............. 206-392-0700 Supe~'intendent: Kateri D. Brow Enrollment: 8,082 Kent School District 8415 12033 SE 256th, Kent 98031 ~20~-852.9550 Superintendent: Dr. George T. Daniel Enrollment: 19,977 Lake Washington School District 8414 10903 NE 53rd, PO Box 2909 K[rtdand 9~083 ................................. ~6-828-3200 Superintendent: Dr. LE. Scan" Enrollment: 22,171 Mercer Island School District #400 4160 - 86th Ave SE Mercer Island 98040 ......................... 206-236-3300 Superintendent: Dr. Wilma F. Smith Enrollment: 3,299 Northshoro School District 8417 18315 Bothell Way NE Bother/98011 .................................... 206--485-0417 Superintendent: Lee Maxwell Enrollment: 17,155 Renton School District #403 4,35 Main Ave S. Renten 98055 ................................... 206-235-2200 Superintendent: Dr. Gary Kohlwes Enrollment: 11,628 Rivarvlew School District #407 32240 NE 50~h St Carnation 98014 ............................... 206-333.4115 Superintendent: Dr. Karen A. Forys Enrollment: 2,132 Seatlle School District #1 815 Fourth Ave North Sea~e 98109 ................................... 206-281.-6000 Superintendent: William M. Kendrick Enrollment: 40,567 Shoreline School District 8412 17077 Meridian Ave North Seattle 98133 ................................... 206-367-6111 Superintendent: Dr. Roy R. Duncan Enrollment: 9,137 Skykomlsh School Distrlcl//404 Skykomish 98288 .............................206.677-2318 Superintendent: Gene R. Lees Enrollment: 93 Snoqualmle Valley School District 8410 PO Box 400 8noqua/mie 98065 ............................206-888-2334 Superintendent: Dr. R~chard A. McCullough Enrollment: 3,559 South Central School District #406 4640 S. 144th S! Seattle 98168 ................................... 206-244-2100 Superintendent: Dr. Michael Silver Enrollment: 1,688 Tehom,, School District #409 23015 SE 216th Way Maple Valley 98038-8412 ................. 20~432-4481 Superintendent: Dr. Edward A. Heiser Enrollment: 3,601 Vsshon island Sohool District #402 Route 3, Box 358 Vashon 98070 .................................. 206-463-2121 Superintendent: Richard W. Semier Enrollment: 1,540 KITSAP COUNTY Bslnbddge Island School District #303 8489 Madison Ave NE ..................... 206-842..4714 BainbEdge Island 98110-2999 Superintendent: Dr. William R. Bleakney Enrollment: 2,754 Dr=morton School District 300 N Montgomery B/emotion 98312 ............... 206-478.5151 Superintendent: Dr. DeWayne Boyd En~ollrnent: 6,085 Central lQtsap School District 8401 19210 S#verdale Way NW. PC) B~x 8 Silverda/e 98383 ..................... 206-692-37 ! t Superintendent: Dr. Eugene R. Henzke Enrollment: 10,633 North KItsep School District #400 16360 Caldar~ Ave NE Pou/sbo 98370 .................................. L~8- 779-397] Superintendent: Dr. Clifford W. Campbell Enrollment: 4,150 Sot~th Kltsap School District #402 1962 Hoover Ave SE Port Orchard 98366 ......................... 206-876-7300 Superintendent: Dr. Dewayne Gower Enrollment: 9,978 KITTITAS COUNTY Cle Elum-Ro$1yn School District #404 HC60, Box 5010 Cle E/um 98922 ................................ 509-649-2393 Superintendent: Dale C. Almlie Enrollment: 800 Damman School District #7 Route 6, Box 1266 Ellensburg 98926 .............................. 509.925-4567 Superintendent: Marsha Smith Enrollmgnt: 35 Easton Sohool District #28 Box 8, Easton 98925 ........................ 509-656-2317 Superintendent: Jerry Kappenman Enrollment: 59 Ellensburg School District 8401 1300 E. Third Ellensburg 98926 .............................. 509-925-0848 Superintendent: Dr. Low Moorrnenn Enrollment: 2,304 Kittltas School District #403 PO Box 599, Kittitas 98934 .............. 509-968-3014 Superintendent: Jerry Harding Enrollment: 500 Thorp School Dlstrlct #400 Box 155, Thorp 98946 ...................... 509-964-2107 Superintendent: Richard F. Omans Enrollment: 156 KUCKTAT COUNTY Blcklaton School Distrlot #203 Box 10, BiGk/emn 99322 ................... 509-896-5473 Superintendent: Donald L. Newhall Enrollment: 63 Centervllle School District 8215 401 Centervi/la Highway, PO Box 357 Cenlerville 98613 .............................. 509-773-4893 Head Teacher: nancy Sizemore Enrollment: 68 Glenwood School District #401 Box 12. Glenwood 98619 ................. 509-364-3595 Superintendent: James Cloy Sykes Enrollment: 150 Goldendale School District #404 603 S. Roosevelt Goldanda/e 98620 ............................ 509-773-~177 Superintendent: Pat L. Martin Enrollment: 1,300 Klickltat School District #402 Box 37, Klickitat 98628 .................... 509-369.4145 Superintendent: Roger H. Mortensen Enrollment: 150 ~evenrh & Kease.y ~y/e 98635 ......................... 509.366-219t uperintendent: W. Robert Garrett Enrollment: 400 TI55121029

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