WSR 00-24-050

PERMANENT RULES

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


[ Filed November 30, 2000, 11:31 a.m. ]

Date of Adoption: November 15, 2000.

Purpose: The purpose of this rule is to lower the ferry tolls within the specified WACs. The WAC revisions are a corrective action in response to a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) finding on WSF senior/disabled fares as part of the FTA's 2000 Triennial Review of WSF; state ferries and toll bridges, WAC 468-300-010 and 468-300-020.

Citation of Existing Rules Affected by this Order: Amending WAC 468-300-010 and 468-300-020.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 47.56.030, 47.60.326.

Adopted under notice filed as WSR 00-20-088 on October 4, 2000.

Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Comply with Federal Statute: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; Federal Rules or Standards: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; or Recently Enacted State Statutes: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted at Request of a Nongovernmental Entity: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted on the Agency's Own Initiative: New 0, Amended 1, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Clarify, Streamline, or Reform Agency Procedures: New 0, Amended 1, Repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted Using Negotiated Rule Making: New 0, Amended 1, Repealed 0; Pilot Rule Making: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0; or Other Alternative Rule Making: New 0, Amended 0, Repealed 0. Effective Date of Rule: Thirty-one days after filing.

November 28, 2000

Connie Niva, Chair

Transportation Commission

OTS-4443.2


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 99-08-066, filed 4/5/99, effective 5/6/99)

WAC 468-300-010   Ferry passenger tolls.  


Effective 03:00 a.m. ((May 9, 1999)) December 31, 2000


ROUTES

Full Fare

Senior/

Disabled

Youth Fare

18 and under

Frequent User

Ticket Book 20

Rides1

Monthly

Pass5

Quarterly

Pass5

Annual Pass5

Bicycle Surcharge2,6

Via Passenger-Only Ferry *Seattle-Vashon

*Seattle-Bremerton

3.70

((1.90)) 1.80

2.60

26.00

54.60

163.80

655.20

0.70

Via Auto Ferry

*Fauntleroy-Southworth

*Seattle-Bremerton

*Seattle-Bainbridge Island *Edmonds-Kingston

3.70

((1.90)) 1.80

2.60

26.00

54.60

163.80

655.20

0.70

Port Townsend-Keystone

1.85

((1.00)) 0.90

1.40

26.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

0.35

*Fauntleroy-Vashon

* Southworth-Vashon

*Pt. Defiance-Tahlequah *Mukilteo-Clinton

2.50

((1.30)) 1.20

1.80

17.50

36.80

110.40

441.60

0.70

*Anacortes to Lopez, Shaw, Orcas or Friday Harbor

5.30

((2.70)) 2.60

3.80

37.25

N/A

N/A

N/A

3.00

Between Lopez, Shaw,

Orcas and Friday Harbor4

N/C

N/C

N/C

N/C

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/C

International Travel
Anacortes to Sidney and

Sidney to all destinations

9.10

((4.60)) 4.50

6.40

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

4.60

From Lopez, Shaw+-, Orcas and Friday Harbor to Sidney@

4.00

2.00

2.80

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

1.75

Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and

Friday Harbor to Sidney

(round trip)3

13.10

((6.60)) 6.50

9.20

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

6.35


@ These fares rounded to the next multiple of $.25. All other fares rounded to the next multiple of $0.10.

* These routes operate as a one-point toll collection system.

1FREQUENT USER TICKETS - Shall be valid only for 90-days from date of purchase after which time the tickets shall not be accepted for passage.


2BICYCLE SURCHARGE - Is an addition to the appropriate passenger fare.


3ROUND TRIP - Round trip tickets for international travel available for trips beginning or ending on one of the Islands served.


4INTER-ISLAND FARES - Passenger fares included in Anacortes tolls.


5EMPLOYER PASSES - A monthly passenger pass is available for all routes except: Anacortes/San Juan Island/Sidney and Port Townsend/Keystone, as a pilot program. The pass is available through some local employers. It is a flash pass valid for the month printed on the pass and will be presented to Washington state ferries staff whenever a passenger fare is collected. This pass is based on 21 days of passenger travel with a 30% discount. The quarterly pass is based on 63 days of travel with a 30% discount and the annual pass is based on 252 days with a 30% discount.


6BICYCLE PASS - A bicycle pass is available on all routes except: Anacortes/San Juan Island/Sidney for a $20.00 annual fee subject to meeting WSF specified conditions. The pass is valid for one year. A cyclist with a valid pass shall have the bicycle surcharge waived.


CHILDREN/YOUTH - Children under five years of age will be carried free when accompanied by parent or guardian. Children/youths five through eighteen years of age will be charged the youth fare, which will be 70% of full fare rounded to the next multiple of $0.10.


SENIOR CITIZENS - Passengers age 65 and over, with proper identification establishing proof of age, may travel at half-fare passenger tolls on any route where passenger fares are collected.


PERSONS OF DISABILITY - Any individual who, by reason of illness, injury, congenital malfunction, or other incapacity or disability is unable without special facilities or special planning or design to utilize ferry system services, upon presentation of a WSF Disability Travel Permit, Regional Reduced Fare Permit, or other identification which establishes a disability may travel at half-fare passenger tolls on any route. In addition, those persons with disabilities who require attendant care while traveling on the ferries, and are so certified by their physician, may obtain an endorsement on their WSF Disability Travel Permit and such endorsement shall allow the attendant to travel free as a passenger.


BUS PASSENGERS - Passengers traveling on public transit buses pay the applicable fare. Passengers traveling in private or commercial buses will be charged the half-fare rate.


MEDICARE CARD HOLDERS - Any person holding a Medicare card duly issued to that person pursuant to Title II or Title XVIII of the Social Security Act may travel at half-fare passenger tolls on any route upon presentation of a WSF Disability Travel Permit or a Regional Reduced Fare Permit at time of travel.


FERRY/TRANSIT PASS - A combination ferry-transit pass may be available for a particular route when determined by Washington state ferries and a local public transit agency to be a viable fare instrument. The WSF portion of the fare is based on 21 days of passenger travel per month at a 40% discount. Passes may be available in monthly, quarterly or annual denominations.


PROMOTIONAL TOLLS - A promotional rate may be established at the discretion of the secretary of transportation for a specific discount (not to exceed 50 percent of full fare) and effective only at designated times on designated routes (not to exceed 100 days per year on any one route).


Special passenger fare rate(s) may be established for a pilot program in conjunction with the Central Puget Sound Regional Fare Integration project on ferry route(s) serving King, Pierce, Snohomish and Kitsap counties. The rate(s) may be established at the discretion of the secretary of transportation for a specific discount not to exceed fifty percent of full fare.


SCHOOL GROUPS - Passengers traveling in authorized school groups for institution-sponsored activities will be charged a flat rate of $1 per walk-on group or per vehicle of students and/or advisors and staff. Starting September 1, 1999, all school groups require a letter of authorization. Vehicles and drivers will be charged the fare applicable to vehicle size. The special school rate is $2 on routes where one-point toll systems are in effect.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 47.56.030 and 47.60.326. 99-08-066, 468-300-010, filed 4/5/99, effective 5/6/99; 98-08-051, 468-300-010, filed 3/27/98, effective 4/27/98; 96-05-046 and 96-05-047 (Orders 79 and 80), 468-300-010, filed 2/16/96, effective 3/19/96; 94-18-014 (Order 77), 468-300-010, filed 8/25/94, effective 9/25/94; 94-07-104 (Order 75), 468-300-010, filed 3/18/94, effective 4/18/94; 93-18-005, 468-300-010, filed 8/19/93, effective 9/19/93; 92-18-005, 468-300-010, filed 8/20/92, effective 9/20/92; 91-18-022 (Order 72), 468-300-010, filed 8/27/91, effective 9/27/91; 89-14-052 (Order 67, Resolution No. 354), 468-300-010, filed 6/30/89; 89-04-014 (Order 66, Resolution No. 343), 468-300-010, filed 1/23/89, effective 7/1/89; 87-12-005 (Order 61, Resolution No. 298), 468-300-010, filed 5/21/87. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.290, 47.60.300 and 47.60.326. 86-24-009 (Order 59, Resolution No. 287), 468-300-010, filed 11/21/86. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.326. 86-06-010 (Order 54, Resolution No. 263), 468-300-010, filed 2/21/86; 85-11-007 (Order 44, Resolution No. 241), 468-300-010, filed 5/3/85; 84-11-052 (Order 42, Resolution Nos. 221 and 222), 468-300-010, filed 5/17/84; 84-10-002 (Order 41, Resolution No. 218), 468-300-010, filed 4/20/84; 83-07-062 (Order 33, Resolution No. 175), 468-300-010, filed 3/22/83; 82-07-063 (Order 28, Resolution No. 143), 468-300-010, filed 3/22/82. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.325 and 47.56.030. 81-15-099 (Order 23, Resolution No. 117), 468-300-010, filed 7/22/81. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.325. 81-08-044 (Order 17, Resolution No. 104), 468-300-010, filed 3/31/81; 80-16-012 (Order 16, Resolution No. 90), 468-300-010, filed 10/27/80; 80-04-104 (Order 15, Resolution No. 72), 468-300-010, filed 4/1/80; 79-09-136 (Order 11, Resolution No. 57), 468-300-010, filed 9/5/79; 79-04-047 (Order 6, Resolution No. 44), 468-300-010, filed 3/27/79; 78-06-040 (Order 2, Resolution No. 21), 468-300-010, filed 5/19/78.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 99-08-066, filed 4/5/99, effective 5/6/99)

WAC 468-300-020   Vehicle under 20', motorcycle, and stowage ferry tolls.  


Effective 03:00 a.m. ((May 9, 1999)) December 31, 2000

ROUTES

Vehicle

Under 20'

Incl. Driver

One Way

Vehicle

Under 20'

w/Sr

Citizen or

Disabled

Driver4

Vehicle Under

20' Over Height

Charge1

Frequent User

Ticket book

20 Rides2

Motorcycle5

Incl. Driver

Stowage 1

One Way@

Motorcycle w/Sr Citizen or

Disabled Driver

Stowage 1

One Way@

Motorcycle Oversize Charge1

Motorcycle

Frequent User

Ticket book

20 Rides2@

Fauntleroy-Southworth Seattle-Bremerton

Seattle-Bainbridge Island

Port Townsend-Keystone Edmonds-Kingston

6.50

((5.75)) 5.55

6.50

104.00

2.80

1.90

0.90

44.80

*Fauntleroy-Vashon

*Southworth-Vashon

*Pt. Defiance-Tahlequah

9.00

((8.00)) 7.70

9.00

72.00

3.80

((2.60)) 2.50

1.30

30.40

Mukilteo-Clinton

4.50

((4.00)) 3.85

4.50

72.00

1.90

((1.30)) 1.25

0.60

30.40

10 Rides - 5 Round Trips

*Anacortes to Lopez

13.25

((10.75)) 10.55

13.25

53.00

6.90

((4.30)) 4.20

1.60

55.20

*Shaw, Orcas

15.75

((13.25)) 13.05

15.75

63.00

7.40

((4.80)) 4.70

2.10

59.20

*Friday Harbor

17.75

((15.25)) 15.05

17.75

71.00

7.80

((5.20)) 5.10

2.50

62.40

Between Lopez, Shaw,

Orcas and Friday Harbor3

7.50

7.50

7.50

30.00

2.25

2.25

2.25

N/A

International Travel
Anacortes to Sidney and Sidney to all destinations

24.75

((20.25)) 20.15

24.75

N/A

12.30

((10.10)) 10.00

3.20

N/A

Travelers with advanced reservations ($15 fee)

Anacortes to Sidney and Sidney to all

destinations 6

9.75

((5.25)) 5.15

24.75

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Lopez, Shaw,

Orcas and Friday Harbor

to Sidney

9.00

7.00

9.00

N/A

5.00

5.00

1.25

N/A

Travelers with advanced reservations ($7 fee) from Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday Harbor to Sidney 7

2.00

0.00

9.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and

Friday Harbor to Sidney

(round trip) 5

33.75

((27.25)) 27.15

33.75

N/A

17.30

((15.10)) 15.00

4.45 N/A

@ These fares rounded to the next multiple of $0.10. All other fares rounded to the next multiple of $.25.

* These routes operate as a one-point toll collection system.

1SIZE - All vehicles up to 20' in length and under 7'6" shall pay the vehicle under 20' toll. Vehicles up to 20' but over 7'6" in height shall pay an overheight charge of 100% of the vehicle full fare. Motorcycles with trailers, sidecars, or three wheels will pay an oversize motorcycle charge of 100% of the motorcycle full fare. Upon presentation by either the driver or passenger of a WSF Disability Travel Permit, Regional Reduced Fare Permit, or other identification which establishes disability, the height charge will be waived for vehicles equipped with wheel chair lift or other mechanism designed to accommodate the person with disability.


2FREQUENT USER TICKETS - Shall be valid only for 90 days from date of purchase after which time the ticket shall not be accepted for passage.


3INTER-ISLAND FARES - Tolls collected westbound only. Vehicles traveling between islands may request a single transfer ticket good for one transfer at an intermediate island. The transfer may only be obtained when purchasing the appropriate vehicle fare for inter-island travel (westbound at Lopez, Shaw, or Orcas) and is free of charge. Transfers shall be valid for 24 hours from time of purchase.


4SENIOR CITIZEN, DISABLED DRIVER OR DISABLED ATTENDANT DRIVER - Half fare discount applies to driver portion of the vehicle-driver fare and only when the driver is eligible. Those persons with disabilities who require attendant care while traveling on the ferries, and are so certified by their physician, may obtain an endorsement on their WSF Disability Travel Permit and such endorsement shall allow the attendant, when driving, to have the driver portion of the vehicle fare waived.


5ROUND TRIP - Round trip tickets for international travel available for trips beginning or ending on one of the islands served.


6RESERVATION FARES - These fares apply only to travelers that have made advanced reservations and paid the $15 nonrefundable reservation fee. The reservation fee shall be a $30 nonrefundable fee when the peak season surcharge is in effect.


7RESERVATION FARES - These fares apply only to travelers that have made advanced reservations and paid the $7 nonrefundable reservation fee. The reservation fee shall be a $15 nonrefundable fee when the peak season surcharge is in effect.


RIDE SHARE VEHICLES - A commuter ride share vehicle which carries five or more persons on a regular and expense-sharing basis for the purpose of travel to and from work or school and which is certified as such by a local organization approved by the Washington state ferry system, may purchase for a $10 fee, a permit valid for one year valid only during the hours shown on the permit. The $10.00 fee shall include the driver. Remaining passengers shall pay the applicable passenger fare. Except that the minimum total paid for all passengers in the van shall not be less than four times the applicable passenger fare.


STOWAGE - Stowage carry-on items including kayaks, canoes and other items of comparable size which are typically stowed on the vehicle deck of the vessel shall be charged at the motorcycle rate. This rate includes the walk-on passenger carrying on the item to be stowed.


PEAK SEASON SURCHARGE - A 25% surcharge shall be applied to vehicles from the second Sunday in May to the second Sunday in October except those using frequent user tickets. A 65% surcharge shall be applied on fares for the Sidney B.C. route.


PENALTY CHARGES - Owner of vehicle without driver will be assessed a $100.00 penalty charge.


PROMOTIONAL TOLLS - A promotional rate may be established at the discretion of the secretary of transportation for a specified discount (not to exceed 50 percent of full fare) and effective only at designated times on designated routes (not to exceed 100 days per year on any one route).

[Statutory Authority: RCW 47.56.030 and 47.60.326. 99-08-066, 468-300-020, filed 4/5/99, effective 5/6/99; 98-08-051, 468-300-020, filed 3/27/98, effective 4/27/98; 96-19-045 (Order 82), 468-300-020, filed 9/12/96, effective 10/13/96; 94-18-014 (Order 77), 468-300-020, filed 8/25/94, effective 9/25/94; 94-07-104 (Order 75), 468-300-020, filed 3/18/94, effective 4/18/94; 93-18-005, 468-300-020, filed 8/19/93, effective 9/19/93; 92-18-005, 468-300-020, filed 8/20/92, effective 9/20/92; 91-18-022 (Order 72), 468-300-020, filed 8/27/91, effective 9/27/91; 89-14-052 (Order 67, Resolution No. 354), 468-300-020, filed 6/30/89; 89-04-014 (Order 66, Resolution No. 343), 468-300-020, filed 1/23/89, effective 7/1/89; 87-12-005 (Order 61, Resolution No. 298), 468-300-020, filed 5/21/87. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.326. 86-06-010 (Order 54, Resolution No. 263), 468-300-020, filed 2/21/86; 85-11-007 (Order 44, Resolution No. 241), 468-300-020, filed 5/3/85; 84-11-052 (Order 42, Resolution Nos. 221 and 222), 468-300-020, filed 5/17/84; 84-10-002 (Order 41, Resolution No. 218), 468-300-020, filed 4/20/84; 83-07-062 (Order 33, Resolution No. 175), 468-300-020, filed 3/22/83; 82-07-063 (Order 28, Resolution No. 143), 468-300-020, filed 3/22/82. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.325 and 47.56.030. 81-15-099 (Order 23, Resolution No. 117), 468-300-020, filed 7/22/81. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.325. 81-08-044 (Order 17, Resolution No. 104), 468-300-020, filed 3/31/81; 80-04-104 (Order 15, Resolution No. 72), 468-300-020, filed 4/1/80; 79-09-136 (Order 11, Resolution No. 57), 468-300-020, filed 9/5/79; 79-04-047 (Order 6, Resolution No. 44), 468-300-020, filed 3/27/79; 78-06-040 (Order 2, Resolution No. 21), 468-300-020, filed 5/19/78.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 99-08-066, filed 4/5/99, effective 5/6/99)

WAC 468-300-040   Oversize vehicle ferry tolls.  


Effective 03:00 a.m. ((May 9, 1999)) December 31, 2000


Oversize Vehicle Ferry Tolls1

Overall Unit Length - Including Driver

ROUTES

20'

To

Under

30'

Under

7'6"

High

20'

To

Under

30'

Over

7'6"

High

30'

To

Under

40'

40'

To Under

50'

50'

To Under

60'

60'

To under

70'

70'

To and include

80'

Cost Per Ft. Over 80'

@

Fauntleroy-Southworth

Seattle-Bremerton

Seattle-Bainbridge Island

Port Townsend-Keystone

Edmonds-Kingston

9.75

19.50

26.00

32.50

39.00

45.50

52.00

0.65

*Fauntleroy-Vashon

*Southworth-Vashon

*Pt. Defiance-Tahlequah

13.50

27.00

36.00

45.00

54.00

63.00

72.00

0.90

Mukilteo-Clinton

6.75

13.50

18.00

22.50

27.00

31.50

36.00

0.45

*Anacortes to Lopez2

*Shaw, Orcas

*Friday Harbor

23.75

47.25

63.00

78.75

94.50

110.25

126.00

1.55

Between Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and

Friday Harbor3

11.25

22.50

30.00

37.50

45.00

52.50

60.00

N/A

International Travel
Anacortes to Sidney

and Sidney to all destinations

37.25

74.25

99.00

123.75

148.50

173.25

198.00

2.50

Travelers with advanced

reservations ($15 fee)

Anacortes to Sidney and

Sidney to all destinations5

22.25

59.25

84.00

108.75

133.50

158.25

183.00

2.50

Lopez, Shaw, Orcas

and Friday Harbor to Sidney

13.50

27.00

36.00

45.00

54.00

63.00

72.00

0.90

Travelers with advanced

reservations ($7 fee) from

Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday

Harbor to Sidney6

6.50

20.00

29.00

38.00

47.00

56.00

65.00

0.90

Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday

Harbor to Sidney (round trip)4

50.75

101.25

135.00

168.75

202.50

236.25

270.00

3.40


@ These fares rounded to the next multiple of $0.05. All other fares rounded to the next multiple of $.25.

* These routes operate as a one-point toll collection system.

1OVERSIZE VEHICLES - Includes all vehicles 20 feet in length and longer regardless of type: Commercial trucks, recreational vehicles, vehicles under 20' pulling trailers, etc. Length shall include vehicle and load to its furthest extension. Overheight charge is included in oversize vehicle toll. Vehicles 11 feet in width or wider pay double the fare applicable to their length. Private and commercial passenger buses or other passenger vehicles pay the applicable oversize vehicle tolls. Public transit buses and drivers shall travel free upon display of an annual permit which may be purchased for $10.


2STOPOVERS - Tolls collected westbound only. Oversize vehicles traveling westbound from Anacortes may purchase a single intermediate stopover ticket for $2.50 when first purchasing the appropriate vehicle fare. The stopover is valid for a 24-hour period.


3INTER-ISLAND - Tolls collected westbound only. Vehicles traveling between islands may request a single transfer ticket good for one transfer at an intermediate island. The transfer may only be obtained when purchasing the appropriate vehicle fare for inter-island travel (westbound at Lopez, Shaw, or Orcas) and is free of charge. Transfers shall be valid for 24 hours from time of purchase.


4ROUND TRIP - Round trip tickets for international travel available for trips beginning or ending on one of the islands served.


5RESERVATION FARES - These fares apply only to travelers that have made advanced reservations and paid the $15 nonrefundable reservation fee. The reservation fee shall be a $30 nonrefundable fee when the peak season surcharge is in effect.


6RESERVATION FARES - These fares apply only to travelers that have made advanced reservations and paid the $7 nonrefundable reservation fee. The reservation fee shall be a $15 nonrefundable fee when the peak season surcharge is in effect.


PEAK SEASON SURCHARGE - A peak season surcharge of 25% shall apply to all oversize vehicles, except for international travel. The senior citizen discount shall apply to the driver of an oversize vehicle. A 65% surcharge shall be applied on fares for the Sidney B.C. route.


SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS - Discounts of 50% for the driver of the above vehicles shall apply. Senior citizen discount is determined by subtracting full-fare passenger rate and adding half-fare passenger rate.


PENALTY CHARGES - Owner of vehicle without driver will be assessed a $100.00 penalty charge.


DISCOUNT FROM REGULAR TOLL


Oversize vehicles making 12 or more, one-way crossings per week (Sunday thru Saturday) will qualify for a 20% discount from the regular ferry tolls.


EMERGENCY TRIPS DURING NONSERVICE HOURS - While at locations where crew is on duty charge shall be equal to the cost of fuel consumed to make emergency trip. Such trips shall only be offered as a result of official requests from an emergency services agency and only in the case of no reasonable alternative.


BULK NEWSPAPERS - Per 100 lbs. $2.20


(Shipments exceeding 60,000 lbs. in any month shall be assessed $1.10 per 100 lbs.)


Daily Newspapers, in bundles, and medical supplies, to be received and delivered without receipt and subject to owner's risk, will be transported between ferry terminals on regular scheduled sailings.


EXPRESS SHIPMENTS - A flat handling charge of $25.00 per parcel is charged.


(Shipments exceeding 100 lbs. assessed $8.30 for each 25 lbs. or fraction thereof.)


Express shipments will be handled on scheduled sailings when no other means of shipment is available to shipper. Shipments must be of a size and weight that can easily be handled by carrier's employees.

Carrier reserves the right to refuse shipment of any item. Carrier assumes no liability for loss or damage to any shipment. Minimum rate for any shipment shall be the rate for 100 pounds.


San Juan inter-island express shipments will be handled at $5.00 per parcel.


MEDICAL SUPPLIES - A flat handling charge of $5.00 per shipment is charged.


DISCLAIMER - Under no circumstances does Washington state ferries warrant the availability of ferry service at a given date or time; nor does it warrant the availability of space on board a vessel on a given sailing.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 47.56.030 and 47.60.326. 99-08-066, 468-300-040, filed 4/5/99, effective 5/6/99; 98-08-051, 468-300-040, filed 3/27/98, effective 4/27/98; 96-19-045 (Order 82), 468-300-040, filed 9/12/96, effective 10/13/96; 94-18-014 (Order 77), 468-300-040, filed 8/25/94, effective 9/25/94; 94-07-104 (Order 75), 468-300-040, filed 3/18/94, effective 4/18/94; 93-18-005, 468-300-040, filed 8/19/93, effective 9/19/93; 92-18-005, 468-300-040, filed 8/20/92, effective 9/20/92; 91-18-022 (Order 72), 468-300-040, filed 8/27/91, effective 9/27/91; 89-14-052 (Order 67, Resolution No. 354), 468-300-040, filed 6/30/89; 89-04-014 (Order 66, Resolution No. 343), 468-300-040, filed 1/23/89, effective 7/1/89; 87-12-005 (Order 61, Resolution No. 298), 468-300-040, filed 5/21/87. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.290, 47.60.300 and 47.60.326. 86-24-009 (Order 59, Resolution No. 287), 468-300-040, filed 11/21/86. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.326. 86-06-010 (Order 54, Resolution No. 263), 468-300-040, filed 2/21/86; 85-11-007 (Order 44, Resolution No. 241), 468-300-040, filed 5/3/85; 84-11-052 (Order 42, Resolution Nos. 221 and 222), 468-300-040, filed 5/17/84; 83-07-062 (Order 33, Resolution No. 175), 468-300-040, filed 3/22/83; 82-18-009 (Order 29, Resolution No. 153), 468-300-040, filed 8/20/82; 82-07-063 (Order 28, Resolution No. 143), 468-300-040, filed 3/22/82. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.325 and 47.56.030. 81-15-099 (Order 23, Resolution No. 117), 468-300-040, filed 7/22/81. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.325. 81-08-044 (Order 17, Resolution No. 104), 468-300-040, filed 3/31/81; 80-04-104 (Order 15, Resolution No. 72), 468-300-040, filed 4/1/80; 79-09-136 (Order 11, Resolution No. 57), 468-300-040, filed 9/5/79; 79-04-047 (Order 6, Resolution No. 44), 468-300-040, filed 3/27/79; 78-06-040 (Order 2, Resolution No. 21), 468-300-040, filed 5/19/78.]

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