RCW 36.57A.224 Passenger-only ferry service districtsRevenue.
(1) A passenger-only ferry service district may, as part of a passenger-only ferry investment plan, recommend some or all of the following revenue sources as provided in this chapter:
(a) A sales and use tax, as authorized in RCW 82.14.445;
(b) A parking tax, as authorized in RCW 82.80.035;
(c) Tolls for passengers, packages, and, where applicable, parking; and
(d) Charges or licensing fees for advertising, leasing space for services to ferry passengers, and other revenue generating activities.
(2) Taxes may not be imposed without an affirmative vote of the majority of the voters within the boundaries of the passenger-only ferry service district voting on a single ballot proposition to both approve a passenger-only ferry investment plan and to approve taxes to implement the plan. Revenues from these taxes and fees may be used only to implement the plan and must be used for the benefit of the residents of the passenger-only ferry service district. A district must contract with the department of revenue for the administration and collection of a sales and use tax as authorized in RCW 82.14.445. A district may contract with other appropriate entities for the administration and collection of any of the other taxes or charges authorized in this section.
[2015 3rd sp.s. c 44 § 314.]
Effective date2015 3rd sp.s. c 44: See note following RCW 46.68.395.