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PDFWAC 262-01-040


(1) The meetings of the commission shall be "special meetings" as that designation is applied in chapter 42.30 RCW. They may be called at any time and place by the chair or by a majority of the members of the commission. At least seven days' notice of all special meetings shall be given by delivering personally or by mail to each member a written notice specifying the time and place of the meeting, and by giving such notice to the public as may be required by law. If the chair deems that an emergency exists, the chair may shorten the notice to not less than twenty-four hours. An executive session may be called by the chair or by a majority of the members of the commission for such purposes as are permitted under chapter 4.30 RCW.
(2) Quorum. A majority of the commission constitutes a quorum.
(3) Meeting procedures. Meetings of the commission shall be held in accordance with Roberts' Rules of Order, current revised edition, whenever requested by any member of the commission. Any contested case before the commission shall be governed by the uniform procedural rules codified in WAC 1-08-005 through 1-08-590, as now or hereafter amended, subject to any additional or revised rules the commission may add from time to time. The commission reserves the right to make whatever determination is fair and equitable should any question not covered by its rules come before the commission, so long as such determination is in accordance with the spirit and intent of the act and conforms to applicable law.
(4) Public participation. Any person or organization may be granted permission by the chair to make a presentation at any public meeting of the commission. The chair may limit remarks by any individual speaking to the commission.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 43.180 RCW. WSR 84-04-042 (Resolution No. 84-1), ยง 262-01-040, filed 1/27/84.]
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