WSR 05-08-107

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE


[ Filed April 5, 2005, 10:03 a.m. ]


NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OPINION

WASHINGTON ATTORNEY GENERAL


The Washington Attorney General issues formal published opinions in response to requests by the heads of state agencies, state legislators, and county prosecuting attorneys. When it appears that individuals outside the Attorney General's Office have information or expertise that will assist in the preparation of a particular opinion, a summary of that opinion request will be published in the state register. If you are interested in commenting on a request listed in this volume of the register, you should notify the Attorney General's Office of your interest by April 27, 2005. This is not the due date by which comments must be received. However, if you do not notify the Attorney General's Office of your interest in commenting on an opinion request by this date, the opinion may be issued before your comments have been received. You may notify the Attorney General's Office of your intention to comment by calling (360) 664-3027, or by writing to the Solicitor General, Office of the Attorney General, P.O. Box 40100, Olympia, WA 98504-0100. When you notify the office of your intention to comment, you will be provided with a copy of the opinion request in which you are interested; information about the Attorney General's Opinion process; information on how to submit your comments; and a due date by which your comments must be received to ensure that they are fully considered.


The Attorney General's Office seeks public input on the following opinion request(s):


05-04-01 Request by Edward Holm
Thurston County Prosecutor

1. If the governing body of a public facilities district (PFD) created before July 31, 2002, causes construction to be commenced on a regional center before January 1, 2004, thus meeting the requirements set forth in RCW 82.14.390 for collecting a sales and use tax, may additional projects that the district lawfully selects and causes to be commenced by the district after January 1, 2004, continue to collect the tax authorized by RCW 82.14.390 if the original regional center commenced prior to January 1, 2004, is no longer allocated any of the sales and use tax previously collected under RCW 82.14.390?

2. Would the interlocal agreements which contemplate the creation of more than one regional center that would commence construction after January 1, 2004, have an effect on the answer to this question?

Washington State Code Reviser's Office