HOUSE BILL 1946







                        52nd Legislature

                      1991 Regular Session



Passed by the House March 19, 1991

  Yeas 69   Nays 29




Speaker of the

       House of Representatives


Passed by the Senate April 11, 1991

  Yeas 45   Nays 0




President of the Senate



Approved Place Style On Codes above, and Style Off Codes below.









Governor of the State of Washington



I, Alan Thompson, Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives of the State of Washington, do hereby certify that the attached is HOUSE BILL 1946 as passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate on the dates hereon set forth.




                                      Chief Clerk











                        Secretary of State   

                       State of Washington  




                                  HOUSE BILL 1946



                     Passed Legislature - 1991 Regular Session



State of Washington              52nd Legislature             1991 Regular Session


By Representatives Ogden, Cooper, H. Myers, Morris, Peery and Riley.


Read first time February 15, 1991.  Referred to Committee on Transportation.Designating the Erwin O. Rieger Memorial Highway.

     AN ACT Relating to the Erwin O. Rieger Memorial Highway; and amending RCW 47.17.640.




     Sec. 1.  RCW 47.17.640 and 1984 c 7 s 136 are each amended to read as follows:

     A state highway to be known as state route number 501 is established as follows:

     Beginning at a junction with state route number 5 at Vancouver, thence northerly by way of ((the)) Lower River Road and an extension thereof to Ridgefield, thence easterly to a junction with state route number 5 in the vicinity south of La Center.  That portion of state route number 501 from the northerly junction of N.W. Lower River Road to the Ridgefield city limits is designated "the Erwin O. Rieger Memorial Highway."  The department may enter into an agreement with the Port of Vancouver, ((and/or)) Clark county ((and/or)), or the United States Army Engineers, or any combination thereof, to obtain material dredged from the Columbia river and have it stockpiled at no expense to the state.