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Posted: Mar 27, 2020

Response to Governor's 3/24/2020 Proclamation (Open Public Meetings Act & Open Public Records Act)


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Posted: Nov 25, 2019

AWC-RSMA Provides Grant Funds For Lexipol Fire Policies

 Association of Washington Cities Risk Management Services Agency (AWC - RMSA) announces that they have designated grant funds available specifically for Lexipol fire policies?

AWC-RMSA believes in mitigating risks and protecting fire agencies. That’s why they have partnered with Lexipol to provide you with grant funds and a negotiated discount on your Lexipol fire policy solution.
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Posted: Nov 25, 2019

New Sexual Misconduct Laws & the Fire Service

Changes have been made to the law that govern sexual misconduct and disclosure (WAC 246-16-100).  During the 2019 legislative session, the Legislature passed HB 1198. This bill requires a health care provider who is subject to the Uniform Disciplinary Act and has been sanctioned by the Secretary for sexual misconduct to provide for the duration of the stipulation or order, a disclosure to every patient at the patient's next visit with the provider.
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Posted: Sep 30, 2019

Be Prepared for Winter...Protect Your Property

Winter is just around the corner, which means freezing temperatures.  Check your buildings, including any vacant buildings, to make sure there is enough heat to prevent pipes from freezing. Pipes can freeze wherever they are exposed to cold air, even in buildings with insulation.  Pipes that are under sinks and enclosed in a cabinet have the potential to freeze as the heat may not reach the pipes.


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Posted: Aug 29, 2019

State Auditor announces hourly billing rate adjustment

Auditor Pat McCarthy notified local governments of a coming adjustment to the hourly local audit billing rate.

Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, the local audit billing rate will be $113, due largely to significant salary increases that­­­ have affected all state employees.

The state Legislature in recent years has been increasing salaries for state employees, including those who work for the Office of the Washington State Auditor. Calendar year 2019 alone has seen a 5% increase for all employees. Additionally, another 3% adjustment goes into effect in July 2020.

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