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Michael Hildt Subject Files, 1978-1985

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hildt, Michael
Title
Michael Hildt Subject Files
Dates
1978-1985 (inclusive)
Quantity
8.8 cubic ft., ((22 boxes))
Collection Number
4636-02
Summary
Records documenting Michael Hildt's work on the Seattle City Council from 1978-1985; records address issues such as conservation and desegregation and include information on Hildt's work with the Pike Place Market and his work with various committees, including the Energy Committee and Urban Development and Housing Committee.
Repository
Seattle Municipal Archives
Seattle Municipal Archives
Office of the City Clerk
City of Seattle
PO Box 94728
98124-4728
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-233-7807
Fax: 206-386-9025
archives@seattle.gov
Access Restrictions

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Born in Washington, D. C. in 1942 and raised in Colorado, Michael Hildt began his career in the banking industry. In 1971, he gave up a management position at SeaFirst Bank to become director of the Coalition for Open Government. Pushing for a change in the state law requiring financial disclosure of lobbying activities and campaign finance, the group's Initiative 276 passed in 1972, resulting in the state's public-disclosure law.

Subsequently, Hildt worked as head of City Council's policy staff until he ran and was elected to Seattle City Council in 1977 at the age of 35. He won by a margin of 20,000 votes. During the eight-year period Hildt served on City Council, he is perhaps best-known for his work with the Pike Place Market. Hildt forged an agreement between Pike Place Market farmers and artisans known as the Hildt Agreement. Hildt was also active in the City's conservation efforts in the early 1980s and housing issues. He worked to allow apartments attached to single-family homes, or mother-in-law apartments, in order to increase the supply of lower cost housing.

Hildt served two terms on Council, 1978-1986, before choosing not to run for reelection. He chaired the Urban Development and Housing Committee (1978-1981), the Energy Committee (1982-1985), and two ad hoc committees, Shorelines (1979) and Campaign Financing (1984-1985). He was a member of several other committees including: Parks and Community Services (1978-1979), Water and Waste Management (1980-1981), Environmental Management (1984-1985), and Finance (1982-1985).

After leaving City Council, Hildt and his wife, Karen Gates Hildt, moved to the Olympic Peninsula in 1986. He became the first City Administrator for Port Townsend in 1995. In 1999, he earned his master's degree in business from the University of Washington.

Hildt died of cancer in December 2001 at the age of 59.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Hildt's records are arranged in eleven subseries (see arrangement note for list of subseries). The records measure 8.8 cubic feet and date from 1978 to 1985. Hildt's records are useful for examining how the City of Seattle addressed issues that had national importance, such as conservation and desegregation, as well as for researching topics specific to Seattle, such as the Pike Place Market.

More detailed content information for each subseries is contained below in Detailed Description of the Collection.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], Michael Hildt Subject Files, Record Series 4636-02. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Civil Rights and Education, 1978-1985Return to Top

.4 cubic foot

The subseries Civil Rights and Education includes documentation of efforts to include women-owned businesses in the City's contracting process through Ordinance 109113, passed in 1980. Correspondence from contractors, business associations, the Law Department, Board of Public Works, and Council members traces the crafting of the ordinance and subsequent amendments. Reports evaluating the first and third years of the Women and Minority Owned Business Enterprise program are included.

The Civil Rights and Education subseries also includes material relating to the closing of five elementary schools in 1979, and their subsequent reuse and desegregation. These topics reflect constituent opinions and cooperative efforts between the City and the Seattle School District. Hildt's involvement in the City/School District Joint Committee is documented in these records. The Committee, formed in 1979, was composed of three members of the City Council, three members of the School Board, and two members of the Joint Advisory Commission on Education and met to review policy issues of joint concern, one of which was peaceful desegregation in Seattle. Diana Gale was policy analyst for the Legislative Department at this time, and was active in many of the education issues. She was part of the Schools/Communities 1990 Project, formed to carry out the goals of the City/School District Joint Committee. The Project worked towards improving the quality of residential neighborhoods and public education in the City.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Women / Minority Business Ordinance
1979-1980
1/2
Women / Minority Business Ordinance
1981-1985
1/3
South Africa Investment Policy
1983
1/4
Education: School Closures
1978-1979
1/5
Education: School Closures
1978-1981
1/6
Education: City School Joint Committee
1979-1981
1/7
Education: School Desegregation
1978-1981
1/8
Education: General
1980-1982

Energy, 1976-1985Return to Top

3.2 cubic ft.

The Energy subseries is the largest in Hildt's subject files and reflects Hildt's work as Chair of the Energy Committee from to 1982 to 1985. The City of Seattle contracted with the Bonneville Power Association (BPA), part of the U.S. Department of Energy for power, during this time period. BPA was created in 1937 to act as marketing agent for power from Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River. Executive, Legal, Council, and City Light perspectives are documented in the renegotiation of the City's contract with BPA in 1981 and 1982. One of the issues for the City was it felt that the BPA discouraged the development of resources by City Light to serve its own load.

The City's efforts at conservation are well documented, especially the implementation of the Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program (CRWP), created in 1981 through Ordinance 109675. Constituent mail, interdepartmental correspondence, reviews and reports document the many individual programs within CRWP. The Reports and Studies documenting CRWP are useful for following implementation of the weatherization programs; quarterly and other reports are included. The researcher should also check for accompanying material in the Published Documents Index, as published documents were cataloged separately in the Publications database.

The City also explored other hydroelectric projects, such as one at Copper Creek on the Skagit River and Rocky Brook on the Olympic Peninsula. Economic and environmental concerns relating to these proposals are documented in Hildt's records.

The Energy, Ltd. Project, begun as a federally-funded citizens' committee, is well documented through correspondence between the Citizens Committee, Mayor, City Council, and City Light, as well as minutes and progress reports of the Committee and issue papers. The goal of the Energy, Ltd. Project was to identify the role of local government in developing a community conservation and management plan for fossil fuels. Several issues facing Seattle City Light in the early 1980s are touched upon in Hildt's records. These include rate increases, various programs such as Project Share, and management and work environment issues at City Light.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
2/1
Bonneville Power Administration: Billing Credit Policy
1982-1983
2/2
Bonneville Power Administration: Conservation Programs
1981
2/3
Bonneville Power Administration: Conservation Agreement
1981
2/4
Bonneville Power Administration: Power Sales Contracts
1982
2/5
Bonneville Power Administration: Power Sales Contracts
1982
2/6
Bonneville Power Administration: Rates
1983-1985
2/7
Bonneville Power Administration: Solar Water Heater Program
1982
2/8
Bonneville Power Administration: Street Lighting Program
1981-1983
2/9
Bonneville Power Administration: Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS)
1982
2/10
Citizens Forecast Review Committee
1981-1983
3/1
Conservation Programs: Commercial Conservation Program
1981
3/2
Conservation Programs: Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program (CRWP): General
1980
3/3
Conservation Programs: Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program (CRWP): General
1981-1985
3/4
Conservation Programs: Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program (CRWP): Apartments
1981-1982
3/5
Conservation Programs: Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program (CRWP): Home Energy Loan Program (HELP)
1983-1984
3/6
Conservation Programs: Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program (CRWP): Low-Income Weatherization Program
1981-1983
3/7
Conservation Programs: Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program (CRWP): Reports and Studies
1980-1985
3/8
Conservation Programs: Insulation and Weatherization Programs
1978-1980
3/9
Conservation Programs: Marketing and Advertising
1981-1984
4/1
Conservation Programs: Water Heater Program
1982-1983
4/2
Code and Policy: "Energy 1990" Citizens' Committee
1976-1984
4/3
Code and Policy: Energy Code
1978-1985
4/4
Code and Policy: Retrofit Code
1981
4/5
Energy Sources: Alternate Energy - Biomass Power
1983
4/6
Energy Sources: Alternate Energy - Clinch River Breeder Reactor
1982
4/7
Energy Sources: Alternate Energy - Cogeneration
1981-1983
4/8
Energy Sources: Alternate Energy - Combustion Turbine Generators
1979
4/9
Energy Sources: Alternate Energy - Solar Energy
1981-1983
4/10
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Boundary Project Expansion
1981-1982
4/11
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Columbia Irrigation Districts Power Purchase Contracts
1981-1982
5/1
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Copper Creek Dam Project
1979-1981
5/2
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Copper Creek Dam Project
1980-1981
5/3
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Copper Creek Dam Project (includes Issue Papers)
1980-1981
5/4
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Illibot Creek Project
1982-1983
5/5
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Rocky Brook Hydroelectric Project
1983
5/6
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - High Ross Dam - Contract and Treaty
1981-1984
5/7
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - High Ross Dam - Contract and Treaty
1984
5/8
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Skookumchuck Hydroelectric Project
1984-1985
5/9
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Thunder Creek Project
1983
5/10
Energy Sources: Dams and Hydroelectric Projects - Zillah Wasteway Project
1982-1984
6/1
Electric Rates: Background
1982
6/2
Electric Rates: Constituent Mail
1983
6/3
Electric Rates: Rate Assistance
1978-1981
6/4
Electric Rates: Rate Assistance
1982-1983
6/5
Electric Rates: Rate Policies Resolution
1981-1982
6/6
Electric Rates: Rate Policies Resolution
1983
6/7
Electric Rates: Industrial Users Lawsuit
1981-1983
7/1
Electric Rates: Industrial Users Lawsuit
1981
7/2
Energy, Ltd. Project: Background
1980-1981
7/3
Energy, Ltd. Project: Citizens Committee
1981-1982
7/4
Energy, Ltd. Project: Appointments
1982
7/5
Energy, Ltd. Project: Funding
1983
7/6
Energy, Ltd. Project: Recommendations
1983-1984
7/7
Energy Office Quarterly Reports
1977-1981
7/8
Resources Report
1980-1981
8/1
Initiative 394: Power Plant Funding
1982-1983
8/2
Municipal Energy Facilities Plan
1983
8/3
Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA)
1980-1983
8/4
Regional Power: Draft Plan
1983
8/5
Regional Power: Planning
1981-1982
8/6
Regional Power: Planning
1982-1983
8/7
Seattle City Light: Audits
1981-1984
8/8
Seattle City Light: Conservation
1979-1980
8/9
Seattle City Light: Constituent Mail
1982-1985
9/1
Seattle City Light: Energy Costs - Value of Energy
1984-1985
9/2
Seattle City Light: Interdepartmental Correspondence
1982-1985
9/3
Seattle City Light: Interim Financing
1984
9/4
Seattle City Light: Management Study
1980-1981
9/5
Seattle City Light: New Electric Load Policy Project
1980-1981
9/6
Seattle City Light: Non-Firm Energy Sales
1984
9/7
Seattle City Light: Peaking Capacity
1979
9/8
Seattle City Light: Personnel and Work Environment
1980-1984
9/9
Seattle City Light: Project Share
1983-1984
9/10
Seattle City Light: Shutoff Policy
1983
9/11
Seattle City Light: Underground Wiring
1979-1982
9/12
Seattle City Light: Underground Wiring - LIDs
1981

Finance, 1978-1985Return to Top

.8 cubic foot

The Finance subseries dates from 1978 to 1985 and contains records related to bonds for various programs and projects, as well as campaign financing information and records regarding departmental budgets for City agencies.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
10/1
Bonds: General Purpose
1981
10/2
Bonds: Seattle Savings Bonds and Capitol Plant
1983
10/3
Bonds: Capital Improvement
1984
10/4
Bonds: Low Income Elderly / Senior Housing
1981
10/5
Bonds: Seattle Senior Housing Program
1981-1982
10/6
Bonds: Seattle Senior Housing Program
1983-1985
10/7
Bonds: Seattle Senior Housing Program - Oversight Committee
1982-1985
10/8
Bonds: Marketing Program
1983
10/9
Campaign Financing
1983-1985
11/1
Departmental Budgets: Office of Women's Rights
1978-1980
11/2
Departmental Budgets: Office of Women's Rights and Human Rights Consolidation
1979-1980
11/3
Departmental Budgets: Design Commission
1984
11/4
Departmental Budgets: Library
1979-1984
11/5
Departmental Budgets: Police Department
1978-1979
11/6
Economic Development
1979-1984
11/7
Federal Budget Impact
1985
11/8
Mariners Assistance
1985

Housing, 1978-1985Return to Top

.4 cubic foot

The Housing subseries dates from 1978 to 1984 and reflects Hildt's concern for affordable housing. He worked to preserve structurally sound housing and increase public and private construction of low-rent housing. He proposed requiring a demolition or change of use fee to encourage developers to preserve existing housing, which resulted in the Housing Preservation Ordinance, passed in 1980 and amended in 1981. Hildt's records contain statistics on housing demolition licenses and fees and discussion surrounding amendments to the ordinance, including constituent mail. Records related to mother-in-law legislation are not found here.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/1
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Speeches
1980
12/2
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Legislation
1978-1983
12/3
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Building Activity and Permits
1979-1984
12/4
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Department of Construction and Land Use (DCLU) Reports
1980-1981
12/5
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Demolition Fee
1980-1981
12/6
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Benson-Sibonga Amendment
1981
12/7
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Amendments
1981
12/8
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Notes
1981
12/9
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Constituent Mail - Favorable
1981
12/10
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Constituent Mail - Unfavorable
1980-1981
12/11
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): Constituent Mail
1981-1983
12/12
Housing Preservation Ordinance (Demolition Ordinance): San Telmo Court Case
1983

Interdepartmental Correspondence and Legislative Department, 1978-1984Return to Top

.4 cubic foot

The Interdepartmental and Legislative Department subseries contains correspondence between City departments and Hildt on a broad range of issues. The Comptroller's Office reported on the types of queries received and gave a plea for a records management program. The Legal Department provided opinions on various legal issues both within the Legislative Department and within the City. The folder "Kitchen Cabinet" includes minutes and correspondence relating to the committee Hildt established to improve the relationship between City Council and the business community.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
13/1
Board of Ethics
1979-1984
13/2
Building Department
1978-1981
13/3
Department of Community Development
1978-1981
13/4
Comptroller's Office
1981-1982
13/5
Fire Department
1978-1983
13/6
Health Department
1978-1981
13/7
Law Department
1978-1984
13/8
Legislative Department Correspondence: Kitchen Cabinet
1978-1979
13/9
Legislative Department Correspondence: Mazatlan - Sister City
1981
13/10
Legislative Department Correspondence: University / Community Advisory Committee
1978-1980
13/11
Interdepartmental Correspondence: Parks Department
1978-1979

Land Use and Urban Development, 1973-1985Return to Top

1.6 cubic ft.

The second largest subseries in Hildt's records is Land Use and Urban Development, reflecting his involvement in these issues. Discussion on Jeannette Williams' Greenbelt Overlay District proposal addresses issues related to preserving Seattle's greenbelts. These issues include open space, yard and setback requirements, lot size, and the clustering of homes in single family zones to encourage contiguous greeenbelt preserves. There is related material in Jeannette Williams' Subject Files. Disposition of the Martha Washington School site is also documented in Hildt's records, although it is more fully explored in other records series. These include Councilmembers Dolores Sibonga and Jeannette Williams Subject Files, the Legislative Department Central Staff records, and Parks Department records.

Of most interest in the Land Use and Urban Development subseries are the files on the Pike Place Market. Especially well documented is Hildt's work with the Pike Place Market Public Development Authority (PDA), the farmers, and craftspeople to forge a compromise. Notes, agendas, and supporting materials are included for the Ad Hoc Advisory Committee of the Pike Market PDA Ordinance Update and for the Pike Place Market PDA Agenda for the 80s Steering Committee. Drafts and discussions of legislation relating to street performers in the Market and opening on Sunday are also included.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
13/12
Annexations: South Park and Duwamish
1978-1979
13/13
Children's Orthopedic Hospital Helipad
1984-1985
14/1
Convention Center: Siting
1983
14/2
Convention Center: Siting - Constituent Mail
1981-1984
14/3
Greenbelt Overlay District: Briefings and Newspaper Clippings
1983
14/4
Greenbelt Overlay District: Constituent Mail
1983
14/5
Historic Landmarks and Preservation
1978-1979
14/6
Interim Zoning Controls on Building Height in Central Business District
1982
14/7
International District (includes Community Garden)
1980-1981
14/8
Lake City Gateway Plan
n.d.
15/1
Land Use Decisions and Appearance of Fairness Doctrine
1973-1979
15/2
Major Institutions Policy
1983
15/3
Martha Washington Site
1982-1983
15/4
Martha Washington Site
1979-1985
15/5
Pike Place Market: Craftspeople and PDA Ordinance Revisions
1981-1982
15/6
Pike Place Market: Day Stalls and PDA Ordinance Revisions
1982-1984
15/7
Pike Place Market: Low Income Housing and Champ Arcade Property
1978-1980
16/1
Pike Place Market: PDA- "Agenda for the 80s" Steering Committee (includes draft planning document)
1982-1983
16/2
Pike Place Market: PDA - "Agenda for the 80s" Steering Committee
1983
16/3
Pike Place Market: PDA - Street Performers / Musicians Sunday Opening
1983
16/4
Pike Place Market: Sunday Opening
1980
16/5
Pike Place Market: Urban Renewal Project MC-1
1981
16/6
Pioneer Square Historic Preservation District
1978-1981
16/7
Port of Seattle
1981-1982
16/8
Rainier Avenue and Federal Office Space
1979-1981
16/9
Schools: Reuse and Joint Use
1979-1981
16/10
Schools: Reuse and Joint Use
1979-1985
17/1
Space Needle Restaurant Proposal
1978
17/2
U.S. Navy Homeport Site Selection
1983-1984
17/3
Westlake Mall Project
1977-1984
17/4
Westlake Mall Project
1977-1984

Parks and Community Services, 1978-1985Return to Top

.4 cubic foot

The smallest subseries in Hildt's records is the Parks and Community Resources records. Included is discussion of the cable TV franchise and documentation of historic preservation issues at Discovery Park. Both of these issues are well documented in other City Council and Parks Department records in the Seattle Municipal Archives.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
17/5
Cable Television
1982-1985
17/6
Discovery Park / Fort Lawton: Historic District
1978-1979
17/7
Discovery Park / Fort Lawton: Historic Buildings
1978-1979
17/8
United Tribes of All Indians Commercial and Recreational Center Site Selection
1978-1980

Public Safety and Health, 1976-1984Return to Top

.4 cubic foot

The largest quantity of material in the Public Health and Safety subseries relates to Police Intelligence. Ordinance 108333 was passed in 1979 and regulated the collection of restricted information by the Seattle Police Department, specifying a civilian auditor to monitor compliance and an 18-month review by City Council and the Mayor. The definition of restricted information included information about an individual's political or religious association, activities, beliefs, opinions, or related organizations. Hildt's files include reports and reviews relating to the ordinance, as well as constituent correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
18/1
Federal Emergency Management Agency / Nuclear War Civil Defense
1981-1982
18/2
Gun Control
1982-1983
18/3
Gypsy Moth Control Program
1983
18/4
Milfoil Control
1981-1984
18/5
Noise Control
1981-1984
18/6
Police Department: Use of Deadly Force
1978
18/7
Police Intelligence Ordinance
1976-1977
18/8
Police Intelligence Ordinance
1978-1979
18/9
Police Intelligence Ordinance
1978-1979
18/10
Towing Contracts
1982
18/11
Formaldehyde Foam Insulation and Seattle Housing Authority
1981

Social Services, 1977-1985Return to Top

.4 cubic foot

The Social Services subseries includes material on a variety of proposed and existing services, reflecting Hildt's participation in the Parks and Community Services Committee. Discussion of services for the homeless and for daycare are documented, as well as a proposal for additional community service officers to be provided by the Police Department, including a letter of support from businessman Paul Schell.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
19/1
CityFair / Urban Problems
1980-1981
19/2
Daycare: Central Business District and Zoning
1979-1985
19/3
Hispanic Employment Task Force
1978-1979
19/4
Kidsplace
1984
19/5
King County Jail (including skybridge)
1981-1982
19/6
Morrison Hotel and Transient Housing
1978-1981
19/7
Public Health Service Hospital
1981
19/8
Street Team Patrol
1984
19/9
Survival Services
1983-1985
19/10
Urban Agriculture
1977-1980

Transportation, 1978-1985Return to Top

.4 cubic foot

The Transportation subseries includes the agendas and minutes for the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board for 1972 to 1985. The Board advised the City on a variety of issues, including bicycle safety, bike access on the West Seattle Bridge, and other bridges and ways for the City to encourage bicycle use. Other transportation-related topics are included, such as taxicabs, and there are three folders relating to planning for the West Seattle Bridge; these date from 1979 and 1983.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
20/1
Bicycles: Seattle Advisory Bicycle Board
1979-1982
20/2
Bicycles: Seattle Advisory Bicycle Board
1983-1985
20/3
Bicycles: Seattle Comprehensive Bicycle Plan
1983
20/4
Bicycles: Bikeways and Safety (includes photograph)
1978-1985
20/5
Planning
1978-1981
20/6
Taxicabs
1984-1985
20/7
Union Station Transportation Terminal
1978
20/8
Waterfront Street Car
1981
20/9
West Seattle Bridge: Council Correspondence and Transportation Committee Reports
1979
20/10
West Seattle Bridge: Constituent Mail and Newspaper Clippings
1979
20/11
West Seattle Bridge: Bicycles (includes constituent mail)
1983

Water and Waste Management, 1980-1985Return to Top

.8 cubic foot

The bulk of the records in the Water and Solid Waste subseries includes material relating to solid waste planning. When garbage collection contracts were being renegotiated in 1982, the City Council requested development of a solid waste management plan. Energy recovery, rates, and commercial and residential issues are some of the topics addressed during review and development of the plan. Correspondents include individuals from the Legislative Department Central staff, engineering, and law.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
21/1
Duwamish River Pollution
1981
21/2
Hazardous Waste
1984
21/3
Landfills: Cedar Hills
1985
21/4
Recycling
1984
21/5
Renton Effluent Transfer System
1984
21/6
Renton 201 Plan / Wastewater Management for Lake Washington and Green River Basins
n.d.
21/7
Renton 201 Plan / Waste Management
1981
21/8
Solid Waste: Energy Recovery Program
1983-1984
21/9
Solid Waste: Energy Recovery Project
1982-1984
21/10
Solid Waste: Energy Recovery Project (includes incinerator)
1984-1985
22/1
Solid Waste: Planning
1983-1984
22/2
Solid Waste: Planning
1984-1985
22/3
Solid Waste: Rates - Memoranda
1984-1985
22/4
Solid Waste: Rates - Reports
1984-1985
22/5
Water (including Sahalee Sewer)
1984-1985
22/6
Water Quality
1984-1985