Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission Cases, 1967-2005  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Seattle (Wash.) Ethics And Elections Commission
Title
Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission Cases
Dates
1967-2005 (inclusive)
1971-2001 (bulk)
Quantity
17.6 cubic feet, (44 boxes)
Collection Number
2203-01
Summary
Ethics and Elections Commission advisory opinions, whistleblower files, and case files.
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 processing this record series was provided through a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Board of Ethics was established in 1971 to promote ethical behavior by City officials and employees, to provide advisory opinions regarding conflicts of interest, and to conduct hearings regarding violations of the Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics sets standards of conduct for City officials and employees in carrying out City business. The members of the Board of Ethics also served as the Fair Campaign Practices Commission, which heard cases of campaign violations, although the two entities maintained separate offices and staff. In 1991 the two entities were consolidated into the independent Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission. The Commission enforces campaign practices legislation, including financial disclosure requirements, and develops and enforces ethical standards for city officials and employees.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Reports, correspondence, memoranda, and other materials comprising case files of requests for clarification of ethics policies and election laws, advisory opinions, whistleblower files, and public disclosure requests of all of the above. The series is divided into two subseries, the first being the files of the Board of Ethics and the Fair Campaign Practices Commission. The second subseries contains the files of the Ethics and Elections Commission, created in 1991 by the merger of the two departments. While the Board of Ethics and the Fair Campaign Practices Commission were two separate agencies until 1991, their respective records were interfiled after the merger and maintained as one unit.

The first subseries, the case files of the Board of Ethics and the Fair Campaign Practices Commission, is divided into two further subseries, Legal Opinions and Cases, each of which is filed alphabetically by the type of opinion being requested or the party accused of violating either the ethics code or election law. The Legal Opinions contain requests from Councilmembers and others regarding ethics codes. The Cases contain investigations of presumed violations. This subseries contains material for cases from 1971 to 1991.

The second subseries, the case files of the Ethics and Elections Commission, is filed according to case number. After the merger, a system was established to assign a unique number to each case received by the department. The first two numbers of each file represents the year in which it was created, so that the cases are arranged chronologically. Files without case numbers are filed at the end of the year in which they were created. In addition to the case number, each case is identified further by either the name of the party requesting information or an opinion, the party accused of a violation, or, in the case of anonymous complaints, the department accused and the type of violation. This subseries contains case files from 1991 to 2002.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission Cases, Record Series 2203-01. 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.

Board of Ethics and Fair Campaign Practices Commission RecordsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Advisory Opinions
Box/Folder
42/1
Lists of advisory opinions
1974-1990
42/2
Requests for advisory opinions
1974-1975
42/3
Requests for advisory opinions
1976
42/4
Requests for advisory opinions
1977
42/5
Requests for advisory opinions
1978
42/6
Requests for advisory opinions
1979
42/7
Requests for advisory opinions
1980
42/8
Requests for advisory opinions
1981
42/9
Requests for advisory opinions
1982
42/10
Requests for advisory opinions
1983
42/11
Requests for advisory opinions
1984
42/12
Requests for advisory opinions
1985
42/13
Requests for advisory opinions
1986
42/14
Requests for advisory opinions
1987
43/1
Requests for advisory opinions
1988
43/2
Requests for advisory opinions
1988
43/3
Requests for advisory opinions
1989
43/4
Requests for advisory opinions
1990
43/5
Request for advisory opinion: Civic and charitable activities by City employees
1983-1984
43/6
Request for advisory opinion: Firefighters Relief Association fund raising activities
1976-1978
43/7
Request for advisory opinion: Fire Department diversified services by employee
1981-1982
43/8
Request for advisory opinion: One year waiting period after employment to consult with City
1980
43/9
Request for advisory opinion: Use of city facilities
1982-1983
43/10
Complaint and advisory opinion: Use of City property
1988
Legal Opinions
Box/Folder
1/1
Lists of opinions
1991
43/11
General legal opinions
1990
1/2
Amendments of Seattle Municipal Code
1974-1991
1/3
Applicability of City Ethics Code
1982-1990
1/4
Application of Ethics Ordinances
1971-1982
1/5
Application of House Bill 1131
1991
1/6
Campaign financing
1973-1981
43/12
City Attorney legal opinions
1983
1/7
City charter
1970-1976
43/13
City liability for Public Development Authority acting as General Contractor
1985
1/8
Collection
1991
1/9
Conflict of interest
1971-1987
1/10
Elections
1971-1991
1/11
Emergency night services contract
1991
1/12
Ex parte communication
1981
1/13
Gifts
1990
1/14
Goodwill Games
1986
1/15
Leasing
1984-1987
1/16
Marital relationship of city employees
1982-1986
1/17
Mixed opinions
1973-1984
1/18
Open meetings
1971-1989
1/19
Payroll
1987
1/20
Public disclosure
1972-1989
1/21
Requests for legal assistance
1980-1981
1/22
Sale of tickets
1977
43/14
Sue Sampson
1984
1/23
West Seattle Freeway project
1974
1/24
Westlake project
1975-1982
1/25
Witnesses
1981
Cases
Box/Folder
43/15
Virginia Anderson
1990-1991
2/1
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-1: Complaints
1979-1980
2/2
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-1: Findings of Fact
1980
2/3
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-2: General
1979-1980
2/4
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-2: Hearing Determination, Jack Richards
1980
2/5
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-3: General
1980
2/6
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-3: Hearing Determination, Jack Richards
1980
2/7
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-4 and 80-5: General
1980
2/8
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-4: Hearing Determination, Robert Moffett
1980
2/9
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-5: Hearing Determination, Robert Moffett
1980
2/10
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-6: General
1980
2/11
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-7: Complaints, Sam Smith
1980
2/12
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee 80-7: General
1980
2/13
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee: Hearing Determination
1980
2/14
Apartment Owners Political Action Committee: Hearing File, Moffett- Richards-Apartment Owners
1980
43/16
Norward J. Brooks
1991
43/17
Citizens for Responsible Immigration (Initiative 30)
1986
2/15
City Light: Investigation
1973
2/16
City Light: Investigation Facts Building
1973
2/17
City Light: Investigation (Gifts) Go 'n Joy
1977-1982
44/1
The City of Seattle and Alan W. Miller v. The State of Washington and Robert V. Graham
1978-1983
44/2
George Cooley
1988
2/18
George Cooley: Complaints
1979-1980
3/1
Walt Crowley: Complaints
1979
44/3
Department of Administrative Services aid to El Centro de la Raza
1984
3/2
David Estes: Police Department, Informal investigation
1977
3/3
General Elections complaints
1973
3/4
General Elections complaints
1975-1976
3/5
General Elections complaints
1977
3/6
General Elections complaints
1978-1979
3/7
General Elections complaints
1980
3/8
General Elections complaints
1981
3/9
General Elections complaints
1983
3/10
General Elections complaints
1984
3/11
General Ethics complaints
1974
3/12
General Ethics complaints
1977-1982
3/13
General Ethics complaints
1983
3/14
General Ethics complaints
1984
44/5
General Ethics complaints
1973-1991
44/6
General Ethics complaint inventory
1973-1989
3/15
General investigative material
1974
44/7
Roy Gould
1987-1988
3/16
Elbert Guillory: Ethics complaints
1981
4/1
Elbert Guillory: Ethics complaints
1982
4/2
Elbert Guillory: Ethics complaints
1982
4/3
Elbert Guillory: Ethics complaints
1982
4/4
Elbert Guillory: Hearing file of record, Complaints
1982
4/5
Elbert Guillory: Hearing file of record, Exhibits
1982
4/6
Elbert Guillory: Hearing file of record, Findings of fact and conclusions
1982
4/7
Elbert Guillory: Hearing file of record, Investigative report
1982
4/8
Elbert Guillory: Hearing file of record, Subpoenas
1982
4/9
Elbert Guillory: Investigation
1982
4/10
Elbert Guillory: Investigation, exhibits
1982
4/11
Elbert Guillory: Witnesses
1982
4/12
Lloyd F. Hara: Complaints
1982-1983
5/1
Lloyd F. Hara: Complaints
1982-1983
5/2
Lloyd F. Hara: Complaints, Resolution
1982-1983
44/8
Robert Hontz
1990
5/3
Pierre D. Humphrey
1981
44/4
Initiative 31 - Explanatory statement
1989
5/4
Shirley Jeffers v. Paul Schell
1977-1978
5/5
Nigel Keiffer
1984
5/6
Steven M. Lambert and Apartments by Anhalt: Complaints
1982
5/7
Steven M. Lambert v. I. Dean Mosier: Complaint and other material
1981-1982
5/8
Steven M. Lambert v. I. Dean Mosier: Resolution and complaint
1982
44/9
Wayne Larkin
1973-1974
44/10
Bruce Lorig and Pike Place Market Historical Commission
1990
44/11
George McIntyre
1986
5/9
John Miller
1976-1977
44/12
Mutual and off-setting benefits
1987
5/10
National Democratic Policy Committee
1983
5/11
Off duty police employment
1977
5/12
Pike Place Market PDA
1977-1979
5/13
Ralph B. Potts
1975-1976
5/14
Charles Royer: Travel advance, Cornelius
1982
5/15
Charles Royer and Jennifer James: Complaints
1982
5/16
Robert Royer: Brief and complaints
1982
5/17
Robert Royer: Ethics
1980-1982
6/1
Seattle Center investigation: Affidavits
1977
6/2
Seattle Center investigation: General
1967-1977
6/3
Seattle Center investigation: Miscellaneous
1977
6/4
Seattle Center investigation: John Tyers complaints
1982
6/5
Seattle Center investigation: John Tyers investigation and resolution
1982
6/6
Seattle Fire Department: Chief C. C. Soros
1988
6/7
Seattle Fire Department: Complaints
1981-1982
6/8
Seattle Fire Department: Complaints
1981-1982
6/9
Seattle Fire Department: Exhibits 2 and 3
1981-1982
6/10
Seattle Fire Department: Exhibits 4-9
1981-1982
7/1
Seattle Fire Department: Hearing
1981-1982
7/2
Seattle Fire Department: Hearing determination
1982
7/3
Seattle Fire Department: Hearing miscellaneous information
1982
7/4
Seattle Fire Department: Hearing original exhibits
1982
7/5
Seattle Fire Department: Information
1977-1978
7/6
Seattle Fire Department: Investigation
1981-1982
44/13
Sedlick Campaign
1991
7/7
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee
1973
7/8
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee
1975-1976
7/9
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: Exhibits
1975-1976
7/10
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: Exhibits 1-6
1976
7/11
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: Exhibits 7-50
1976
7/12
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: Findings of fact
1976
7/13
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: General
1976
7/14
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: General
1978-1979
8/1
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: Hearing, Exemption from filing/elections
1991
8/2
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: Hearing
1990-1991
8/3
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: Hearing
1991
8/4
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee: Transcript of proceedings
1976
44/14
Albert T. Sprague
1985
8/5
Barbara J. Standal v. Sue Sampson
1984
8/6
James Taylor
1977
8/7
Tomi H. Terao: Affidavits
1976-1977
8/8
Tomi H. Terao: General
1974
8/9
Tomi H. Terao: General
1976
8/10
Tomi H. Terao: Investigation
1975-1982
8/11
Tomi H. Terao: Investigation background data
1974-1976
8/12
Tomi H. Terao: Investigation, Mayor's Office file
1971-1976
8/13
Tomi H. Terao: Investigation miscellaneous
1977-1982
8/14
Tomi H. Terao: Investigation, United Computing
1976
8/15
Tomi H. Terao: Purchasing ordinances
1976
9/1
Liem Tuai
1973
9/2
Liem Tuai-John Miller: Board meeting
1975
9/3
Liem Tuai-John Miller: Hearing
1975
9/4
Liem Tuai-John Miller: Hearing
1975
9/5
Liem Tuai-John Miller: Hearing, exhibits
1975
9/6
Liem Tuai-John Miller: Hearing, subpoenas
1975
9/7
Theresa Valdez-I. Dean Mosier complaints
1982
9/8
Theresa Valdez-I. Dean Mosier complaints
1982
9/9
Joan E. Wade
1984-1985
9/10
Western Environmental Trade Association Study
1975

Ethics and Elections Commission CasesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
9/11
91-1-0820-1 Seattle Water Department/Joanne Greenberg
1991-1992
9/12
91-1-0820-1 Seattle Water Department/Joanne Greenberg
1991-1992
9/13
91-1-0820-1 Seattle Water Department/Joanne Greenberg
1989-1992
10/1
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley
1990-1992
10/2
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Hearing
1992
10/3
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Gary Zarker interview
1992
10/4
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Legal documents number 1
1990-1992
10/5
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Legal documents number 1
1991-1992
10/6
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley
1990-1991
10/7
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley
1992
10/8
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley
1991
11/1
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley
1992
11/2
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley
1991
11/3
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley
1991
11/4
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Legal documents number 2
1992
11/5
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Legal documents number 2
1990-1992
11/6
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Legal documents number 3
1989-1991
11/7
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Legal documents number 3
1991-1992
11/8
91-1-1004-1 Deanna Wagner and Beverly Hundley: Legal documents number 4
1992
11/9
91-1A-0401-1 Anne Levinson
1991-1992
11/10
91-1A-0405-1 Holly Miller
1991-1992
11/11
91-1A1007-1 Tomi Terao
1991-1992
12/1
91-2A-1031-1 Earl Sedlick v. Jan Drago
1991-1992
12/2
Claude Harris: Ethics request
1990-1991
12/3
Cliff Portman: Ethics request
1991
12/4
1991 Ethics requests
1990-1991
12/5
92-1-0302-1 Lorie Parker
1992
44/15
92-1-0616-1 Stephen Ford
1992
12/6
92-1A-0106-1 Peter Tenerelli
1992
12/7
92-1A-0107-1 Christopher Detter
1991-1992
12/8
92-1A-0120-1 Tom Kinsman
1992
12/9
92-1A-0129-1 Terry McLaughlin
1992
12/10
92-1A-0204-1 Virginia Anderson
1992
12/11
92-1A-0204-2 Mary Baginski
1992
12/12
92-1A-0206-1 Susan J. Taoka
1992
12/13
92-1A-0214-1 John Woodward
1992
12/14
92-1A-0228-1 Brenda Kramer
1992
12/15
92-1A-0228-2 Jim Weyermann
1991-1992
12/16
92-1A-0303-1 Jennifer Bagby
1992
12/17
92-1A-0306-1 Pamela S. Hyde
1992
12/18
92-1A-0306-1 Henri C. McClenney
1992
12/19
92-1A-0325-1 Judy Poston
1992
12/20
92-1A-0330-2 Molly Anderson
1992
12/21
92-1A-0401-1 Kathy Whitman
1992
12/22
92-1A-0420-1 John S. Chaney
1992
12/23
92-1A-0420-2 Roger Iida
1992
12/24
92-1A-0421-1 Children's Hospital Major Institutions Advisory Committee
1992
12/25
92-1A-0421-1 Terry McLaughlin
1992
12/26
92-1A-0422-1 Mary Juntilla
1992
12/27
92-1A-0429-1 Stan Wu
1992
12/28
92-1A-0429-2 Diana Hovland
1992
12/29
92-1A-0520-1 Sally Marks
1992
12/30
92-1A-0521-1 Fred Wert
1992
12/31
92-1A-0526-1 Darlene Flynn
1992
12/32
92-1A-0604-1 Kari Lundquist
1992
12/33
92-1A-0606-1 Robert Zappone
1992
12/34
92-1A-0618-1 Dennis M. Condit
1992
12/35
92-1A-0623-1 Steve Brown
1992
13/1
92-1A-0707-1 Carole Coe-Hauskins
1992
13/2
92-1A-0720-1 Joe Brooks
1992
13/3
92-1A-0723-1 Carole L. Highland
1992
13/4
92-1A-0724-1 Pamela S. Hyde
1992
13/5
92-1A-0727-1 Charles Foster
1992
13/6
92-1A-0826-1 Beverly Yapp
1992
13/7
92-1A-0914-1 Sandie S. Johnson
1992
13/8
92-1A-0923-1 Diana Campbell
1992
13/9
92-1A-1009-1 Michael Williams
1992
13/10
92-1A-1020-1 Michael J. Finkle
1992
13/11
92-1A-1203-1 William Colberg
1992-1993
13/12
92-1A-1216-1 Andrea C. Akita
1992-1993
13/13
92-1A-1216-2 James D. La Cour
1992-1993
13/14
92-1A-1222-1 Melina Thung
1992-1993
13/15
92-1A-1223-1 Liz Rankin
1992-1993
13/16
92-2A-0201-1 Kathy Mulligan
1992
13/17
92-2A-0211-1 Lincoln Ferris
1992
13/18
92-2A-0221-1 Steve Craig
1992
13/19
92-2A-0503-1 Michael Purdy
1992
13/20
92-2A-1028-1 Candidate's Own Resources
1991-1992
13/21
92-3A-0407-1 Anthony Matlock
1992
13/22
92-3A-0603-1 M. T. Phillips
1992
13/23
92-3A-0625-1 Cindy Eckholt
1992
13/24
92-3A-1229-1 Florence Baker-Wood
1992-1993
13/25
92-34, 92-5E Commission Advisory Opinions
1992
13/26
Jean Manners and Earl Richardson
1992
13/27
1992 Mayor's Office advisory opinions
1992
13/28
93-1-0513-1 Delores Petty and Donald Jordan
1993
13/29
93-1-0628-1 Use of City equipment in parades
1993
13/30
93-1A-0202-1 Janet Straub
1993
13/31
93-1A-0305-1 Matthew M. Lampe
1993
13/32
93-1A-0311-1 Vincent Brown
1993
13/33
93-1A-0324-1 Edward Hentz
1993
13/34
93-1A-0324-1 Matthew M. Lampe
1993
13/35
93-1A-0330-1 Katherine Schubert-Knapp
1993
13/36
93-1A-0401-1 Tim Croll
1993
13/37
93-1A-0423-1 Anthony Francisco
1993
13/38
93-1A-0503-1 Rex M. Allen
1993
13/39
93-1A-0505-1 Paul Berry
1993
13/40
93-1A-0511-1 Stephen Guy
1993
13/41
93-1A-0517-1 Maureen Traxler
1993
13/42
93-1A-0527-1 Department of Construction and Land Use
1993
13/43
93-1A-0604-1 Sharon McConnell
1993
13/44
93-1A-0604-2 Alice Griffin
1993
13/45
93-1A-0614-1 Tim Bernthal
1993
13/46
93-1A-0615-1 Ingrid Holmlund
1993
13/47
93-1A-0616-1 Jerry Clark
1993
13/48
93-1A-0621-1 Janthina DuSavage
1993
13/49
93-1A-0629-1 Timothy Bradley
1993
13/50
93-1A-0701-1 Honoraria
1993-1994
14/1
93-1A-0705-1 John Mallon
1993
14/2
93-1A-0708-1 Georgia Havens and Clarence Copeland
1993
14/3
93-1A-0712-1 Florence Baker-Wood
1993
14/4
93-1A-0721-1 Terry McLaughlin
1993
14/5
93-1A-0722-1 Greg Anderson
1993
14/6
93-1A-0804-1 City officers or employees supervising relatives - nepotism exception
1993
14/7
93-1A-0913-1 Linda Knudsen
1993
14/8
93-1A-0914-1 Curt Green
1993
14/9
93-1A-0921-1 Rhonda Hollingsworth
1993
14/10
93-1A-0923-1 Lenny Roberts
1993
14/11
93-1A-1007-1 James McClinton
1993
14/12
93-1A-1013-1 Judith Ball
1993
14/13
93-1A-1022-1 Sue Partridge
1993
14/14
93-1A-1026-1 Gregory M. Dean
1993
14/15
93-1A-1026-2 George Thompson
1993
14/16
93-1A-1102-1 Diana Campbell
1993
14/17
93-1A-1103-1 City Attorney representing Civil Service Commission and City Departments
1993
14/18
93-1A-1104-1 Theresa Chambers
1993
14/19
93-1A-1116-1 Margaret G. Mowatt
1993-1994
14/20
93-1A-1117-1 Connie Corpuz
1993-1994
14/21
93-1A-1123-1 Makiko Tong
1993-1994
14/22
93-1A-1223-1 Jay Whaley
1993-1994
14/23
93-2-0211-1 Tom Weeks
1993
14/24
93-2A-0322-1 Roger Pence
1993
14/25
93-2A-0610-1 Wendy Ceccherelli
1993-1994
14/26
93-2A-0623-1 Paul Meyer
1993
14/27
93-2A-0809-1 Nancy Myhre and Jay White
1993
14/28
93-2A-0802-1 Committee to Elect Bob Hegamin
1993
14/29
93-2A-0831-1 Mark Allen
1993
14/30
93-2A-0907-1 David Stern/Parking Meters
1993
14/31
93-2A-1223-1 Beverly Yapp
1993-1994
14/32
93-3A-0120-1 Margot Arellano
1993
14/33
93-3A-0322-1 Jane Noland
1993
14/34
93-3A-0428-1 Marty Reinhardt
1993
14/35
93-3A-0514-1 Jane Noland
1993
14/36
93-3A-0723-1 Bill Budd
1993
14/37
93-3A-0910-1 Sandra Davis
1993
14/38
93-3A-0917-1 Mary S. W. Chin
1993
14/39
93-3A-1118-1 Judy Pugh
1993
14/40
94-1-0118-1 and 94-1-0118-2 Dave Smith and Barbara Shaman
1994
14/41
94-1-0323-1 Jacqualine Thompson
1994-1995
14/42
94-1-0708-1 Ben Cohn
1994
14/43
94-1-0728-1 Department of Construction and Land Use, Use of City funds
1994
14/44
94-1-0817-1 Jani Beckett
1995
15/1
94-1-0915-1 Sharon Weatherspoon
1994-1995
15/2
94-1-0921-1 Don Ganchorre and Monica Ludwig
1995
15/3
94-1-1011-1 Victoria Redstarr
1994-1995
15/4
94-1-1109-1 Arthur Converse
1994-1995
15/5
94-1-1122-1 Dave Barbar
1995
15/6
94-1-1219-1 Pythagoras J. Paneris
1995
15/7
94-1A-0121-1 Patricia M. Lee
1994
15/8
94-1A-0126-1 Anonymous, Use of City facilities to pursue an Equal Employment Opportunity complaint
1994
15/9
94-1A-0210-1 Gregory M. Dean and Teresa R. Cannon
1994
15/10
94-1A-0211-1 Ven Knox
1994
15/11
94-1A-0222-1 Geri B. Hendrickson
1994
15/12
94-1A-0303-1 Use of City telephones, email, computers, and facsimiles
1993-1994
15/13
94-1A-0307-1 Holly Miller
1994
15/14
94-1A-0328-1 Dean Louis Arnold
1994
15/15
94-1A-0329-1 Cesar Ramos
1994
15/16
94-1A-0406-1 Lenny Roberts
1994
15/17
94-1A-0418-1 Bill Schrier
1994
15/18
94-1A-0503-1 Joseph Dupris
1994
15/19
94-1A-0606-1 John Okamoto
1994
15/20
94-1A-0608-1 Lena Williams
1994
15/21
94-1A-0615-1 Steve Davis
1994
15/22
94-1A-0621-1 Rick Nishi
1994
15/23
94-1A-0712-1 Jeffrey Britsch
1994
15/24
94-1A-0721-1 Dwight D. Dively
1994
15/25
94-1A-0810-1 Lawrence G. Gunn
1994
15/26
94-1A-0815-1 Jim Weyermann
1994
15/27
94-1A-0822-1 John Mallon
1994
15/28
94-1A-0915-1 Mike Zimmerman
1994
15/29
94-1A-0920-1 Kary Roumeliotis
1994
15/30
94-1A-1025-1 Sarah Miller
1994
15/31
94-1A-1107-1 Carol Metcalf
1994-1995
15/32
94-1A-1117-1 Venerria L. Knox
1994-1995
15/33
94-1A-1122-1 Sarah Welch
1994-1995
15/34
94-1A-1212-1 Alice Poggi
1994-1995
15/35
94-1A-1215-1 John Cunningham
1994-1995
15/36
94-1A-1219-1 Bruce M. Brooks
1994-1995
15/37
94-1A-1221-1 Jim Combs
1994-1995
15/38
94-2A-0107-1 Elections Office
1994
15/39
94-2A-1229-1 Tom Weeks
1994-1995
15/40
94-3A-0110-1 Ray Nakanishi
1994
15/41
94-3A-0112-1 John Hogan
1994
15/42
94-3A-0128-1 Magnus G. Mowatt
1994
15/43
94-3A-0413-1 Rick Jacobson
1994
15/44
94-3A-0517-1 Diane Hood
1994
15/45
94-3A-0607-1 Mark Plunkett
1994
15/46
94-3A-0818-1 Brian Hallett
1994
15/47
94-3A-0830-1 David Hunter
1994
15/48
94-3A-1004-1 John Mallon
1994-1995
15/49
94-3A-1025-1 Dove Alberg
1994
15/50
94-3A-1118-1 Jeff Sandoz
1994-1995
16/1
94-WBI-0324-1 Anonymous, Harassment
1995
16/2
94-WBI-0504-1 Cathy Boone
1994-1995
16/3
94-WBI-0609-1 Terry Luce
1994-1995
16/4
94-WBI-0915-1 Paul Crane
1994-1996
16/5
94-WBI-0918-1 Mike Miller, Jim Collen, and Gene Nylund
1994
16/6
94-WBI-1018-1 City Light, Use of Facilities
1995
16/7
94-WBR-1116-1 Mira Poleszczuk
1995
16/8
94-WBI-1201-1 Seattle Engineering Department, Discrimination
1995
16/9
Deanna Wagner and International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17, AFL-CIO v. City of Seattle and Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
1992-1994
16/10
95-1-0104-1 Kevin Beaty
1995
16/11
95-1-0110-1 Seattle Water Department, Use of Position and Facilities
1995
16/12
95-1-0112-1 Rosalili Moli
1995
16/13
95-1-0125-1 Rufino R. Moraleja
1995
16/14
95-1-0215-1 Rodney Oliver
1995
16/15
95-1-0216-1 David Burger
1995
16/16
95-1-0224-1 Chuck Thompson
1995
16/17
95-1-0303-1 Department of Construction and Land Use, Conflict of Interest
1995
16/18
95-1-0307-1 Melody Mociulski
1995-1997
16/19
95-1-0323-1 Susan Benner
1995
16/20
95-1-0324-1 James Pryor
1995
16/21
95-1-0324-2 George (G. J.) Taylor
1995
16/22
95-1-0324-3 and 95-1-0614-1 Les Colvill
1995-1998
16/23
95-1-0331-1 Jean Shaffer
1995
17/1
95-1-0411-1 Janice Corbin
1995
17/2
95-1-0413-1 Jim Weyermann
1995
17/3
95-1-0426-1 Linda Gardner
1995
17/4
95-1-0427-1 Jan Heitman
1996
17/5
95-1-0508-1 Dave Guarin
1995-1996
17/6
95-1-0508-2 Sean Corr
1995
17/7
95-1-0608-1 Robert G. Dickson
1995-1997
17/8
95-1-0609-1 Diane Smallwood, Rhonda Osborne, and Diana Zamelis
1995
17/9
95-1-0613-1 Cynthia Campbell
1995-1996
17/10
95-1-0824-1 Seattle Health Department, Use of Facilities
1995
17/11
95-1-0905-1 Jerry Wagner
1995
17/12
95-1-0922-1 Seattle Engineering Department, Use of Facilities
1996
17/13
95-1-0925-1 Linda Walker and Lawrence McGuire
1995
17/14
95-1-0926-1 Chuck Hatten
1997
17/15
95-1-0927-1 Dennis Ryan
1995
17/16
95-1-0927-1 Douglas Tooley
1995-1996
17/17
95-1-0929-1 Gary Lawrence
1995
17/18
95-1-0929-2 Rebecca Sadinsky
1995-1996
17/19
95-1-1005-1 Seattle Solid Waste Utility, Use of Position
1996
17/20
95-1-1006-1 Steve Craig and Sherry Harris
1995
17/21
95-1-1013-1 Carolyn Van Noy
1995
17/22
95-1-1019-1 Nadine R. Scott
1995-1996
17/23
95-1-1023-1 Marrell Livesay
1996
18/1
95-1-1103-1 Sherry Harris
1995
18/2
95-1-1109-1 Dave Luther
1996
18/3
95-1-1121-1 Anonymous, Use of City Facilities
1995-1996
18/4
95-1A-0214-1 Sandra Krause
1995
18/5
95-1A-0214-2 Nora Masters
1995
18/6
95-1A-0216-1 Jim Weyermann
1995
18/7
95-1A-0228-1 Nora Jaso
1995
18/8
95-1A-0302-1 Alan Kurimura
1993-1995
18/9
95-1A-0302-1 Ken Nakatsu
1995
18/10
95-1A-0411-1 Thomas J. Richardson
1995
18/11
95-1A-0505-1 Vickie Kobayashi and Lois Nagamatsu
1995
18/12
95-1A-0525-1 Barbara Goldstein
1995
18/13
95-1A-0601-1 Geoffrey Spelman
1995
18/14
95-1A-0607-1 Corbitt Loch
1995
18/15
95-1A-0607-2 Nepotism
1995
18/16
95-1A-0726-1 Ed Pierson
1995
18/17
95-1A-0801-1 Kenneth L. Haslerig
1995
18/18
95-1A-0803-1 Warren Sklar
1995
18/19
95-1A-0828-1 Patricia Emery
1995
18/20
95-1A-0911-1 Jim Weyermann
1995
18/21
95-1A-1012-1 Diana Hovland
1995
18/22
95-1A-1023-1 Al Dietemann
1995
18/23
95-1A-1109-1 Tina Podlodowski
1995-1996
18/24
95-1A-1113-1 David G. Schneidler
1995
18/25
95-1A-1116-1 Dwight Prevo
1995
18/26
95-1A-1117-1 Gerry Romingen Fenrich
1995-1996
18/27
95-1A-1127-1 Rob Howard
1995-1996
18/28
95-2-0215-1 Daniel J. Norton
1995
18/29
95-2-0224-1 Pine Street Forum, Use of Facilities
1995
18/30
95-2-0717-1 Mural Supporting Seattle Commons Levy Proposition, Use of Facilities
1995
18/31
95-2-0728-1 Committee for the Seattle Commons, Use of Facilities
1995
18/32
95-2-0815-1 Broadcasting of TVW on Government Access Channels, Use of Facilities
1995
18/33
95-2-0815-1 Broadcasting of TVW on Government Access Channels, Use of Facilities
1995-1996
18/34
95-2-0816-1 Committee for the Seattle Commons
1995
18/35
95-2-0831-1 Matthew Fox and Seattle Commons Opponents Committee
1995
19/1
95-2-0918-1 Building a Better City
1995
19/2
95-2-1012-1 John Manning
1995
19/3
95-2-1019-1 Jesse Wineberry
1995-1997
19/4
95-2-1019-1 Jesse Wineberry
1995-1996
19/5
95-2-1019-1 Jesse Wineberry
1996
19/6
95-2-1101-1 Sherry Harris
1995
19/7
95-2-1103-1 Margaret Pageler
1995
19/8
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal I
1996-1997
19/9
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal I
1995-1996
19/10
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal III
1995-1996
19/11
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal III
1995-1996
19/12
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal IV
1995
19/13
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal IV
1995
19/14
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal IV
1995-1996
20/1
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal V
1996-1997
20/2
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal V
1995-1996
20/3
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal V
1995-1996
20/4
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal VI
1993-1996
20/5
95-2-1103-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing Appeal VI
1995-1996
20/6
95-2A-0123-01 Jan Drago
1995
20/7
95-2A-0302-1 John Manning
1995
20/8
95-2A-0613-1 Sandy Watson
1995
20/9
95-2A-0626-1 Matthew Fox
1995
20/10
95-2A-0731-1 John Manning
1995
20/11
95-2A-0821-1 Entries on Internet During a Campaign Year
1995
20/12
95-2A-0830-1 Attribution of Transferred Surplus Funds into New Campaign
1995
20/13
95-3A-0123-1 Faye Andrews
1995
20/14
95-3A-0216-1 Ken Nakatsu
1995
20/15
95-3A-0309-1 Jan Drago
1995
20/16
95-3A-0320-1 Thomas J. Richardson
1995
20/17
95-3A-0321-1 Noriss Edwards
1995
20/18
95-3A-0323-1 Gregory Bennet
1995
20/19
95-3A-0403-1 Juan Peralez
1995
20/20
95-3A-0516-1 Roger Howeiler
1995
20/21
95-3A-0607-1 Charles Humphrey
1995
20/22
95-3A-0803-1 Wendy Ceccherelli
1995
20/23
95-3A-0818-1 Gary Zarker
1995
20/24
95-3A-0822-1 John Mallon
1995
20/25
95-3A-0830-1 Glenn Shoate
1995
20/26
95-3A-0911-1 Martha Choe
1995
20/27
95-3A-1101-1 Cathy Wenderoth
1995
20/28
95-3A-1115-1 Mike Thompson
1995
20/29
95-3A-1116-1 Paul D. Grady
1995
20/30
95-3A-1117-1 George Wood
1995
20/31
95-3A-1213-1 Pamela Trimm
1995-1996
20/32
95-WBI-0109-1 Melinda Nichols
1995
20/33
95-WBI-0125-1 Seattle City Light, Fraud
1994-1995
21/1
95-WBI-0201-1 Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation, Abuse of Authority
1995
21/2
95-WBI-0201-2 Seattle Finance Department, Abuse of Authority
1995
21/3
95-WBI-0213-1 Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation, Violation of Law and Gross Waste
1992-1995
21/4
95-WBI-0405-1 William Justin
1995
21/5
95-WBI-0524-1 Seattle Engineering Department, Use of Funds
1995
21/6
95-WBI-0630-1 Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation, Abuse of Authority
1995
21/7
95-WBI-0707-1 Seattle Engineering Department Equal Employment Opportunity Officer, Abuse of Authority
1994-1995
21/8
95-WBI-0718-1 Seattle Engineering Department Service Organization, Abuse of Authority
1995
21/9
95-WBI-1013-1 Seattle City Light, Hiring Procedures
1995-1996
21/10
95-WBI-1013-2 Seattle Police Department, Use of Position
1995-1996
21/11
95-WBI-1113-1 City of Seattle, Seattle Police Department, and Members of the Seattle Police Department, Use of Position and Abuse of Disc.
1995
21/12
95-WBI-1122-1 Jeri Matsui
1995-1996
21/13
95-WBI-1211-1 Clayton P. Brien and Kelli McNees
1996-1997
21/14
Committee for the Seattle Commons, Appeal of 95-2-1117-1
1996
21/15
Sherry Harris, Sexual Harassment
1994-1995
21/16
Public Disclosure Commission, City Employees Writing Speeches
1995
21/17
Seattle Water Department, Use of Facilities
1995
44/16
International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission
1995-1996
44/17
International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission
1997-2001
21/18
96-2-0117-1 Jesse Wineberry, Appeal Number 2
1992-1995
21/19
96-2-0117-1 Jesse Wineberry, Appeal Number 2
1993-1996
21/20
96-2-0117-1 Jesse Wineberry, Appeal Number 2
1995-1996
22/1
96-2-0117-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing I
1996
22/2
96-2-0117-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing II
1995-1996
22/3
96-2-0117-1 Jesse Wineberry, Late Filing II
1995
22/4
96-2-0117-1 Jesse Wineberry
1993-1997
22/5
96-2-0201-1 Citizens for a Community Based City Council Volume I
1996
22/6
96-2-0201-1 Citizens for a Community Based City Council Volume II
1996
22/7
96-2-0214-1 Committee for the Seattle Commons Appeal
1995-1996
22/8
96-2-0214-1 Committee for the Seattle Commons Appeal
1996
23/1
96-2-0214-1 Committee for the Seattle Commons
1995-1996
23/2
96-2-0214-1 Committee for the Seattle Commons
1995-1996
23/3
96-2-0419-1 Failure to Identify Sponsor of Political Advertising
1996
23/4
96-2-0422-1 Seattle City Light, Use of Facilities
1996
23/5
96-2-1003-1 Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation, Use of Facilities
1996-1997
23/6
96-2A-0129-1 Commingling Solicited Office Fund Contributions with Surplus Campaign Funds
1996
23/7
96-2A-0311-1 Prohibition against Elected Officials Soliciting Campaign Contributions from Employees of their Agencies
1996
23/8
Lance Bonamy, WBI response
1996
23/9
Linda Jordan v. Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission, 96-2-11590-8SEA
1996
23/10
97-1-1216-1 SEATRAN Manager, Use of Position
1997
23/11
97-2-0422-1 Tina Podlodowski
1997
23/12
97-2-0514-1 Jan Drago
1997
23/13
97-2-0603-1 Bruce Brooks
1997
23/14
97-2-0605-1 Sherry Harris
1997-1998
23/15
97-2-0912-1 Media Coverage of Mayoral Campaigns
1997
23/16
97-2-0918-1 Seattle Department of Housing and Human Services
1997
23/17
97-2-0924-1 Linda Stores
1997
23/18
97-2-1010-1 Citizens for Seattle Streets
1997
23/19
97-2-1017-1 King County Labor Council
1997
23/20
97-2-1024-1 William Dubay and Jan Drago
1997
23/21
97-2-1024-2 Friends of Aaron Ostrom
1997
23/22
97-2-1024-3 Citizens for a Better Seattle
1997
23/23
97-2-1027-1 Nick Licata
1997
23/24
97-2-1120-1 Dian Ferguson
1997-1998
23/25
97-2A-0203-1 Jan Drago
1996-1997
23/26
97-2A-0327-1 Jane Noland
1996-1997
23/27
97-2A-0917 Fred Buhl
1997
23/28
97-3A-0804-1 Brian Livingston
1997
24/1
Deanna Wagner and International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission: Attorney notes
1996-1997
24/2
Deanna Wagner and International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission: Attorney notes
1995-1996
24/3
Deanna Wagner and International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission: Correspondence Volume I
1996
24/4
Deanna Wagner and International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission: Correspondence Volume I
1996
24/5
Deanna Wagner and International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission: Correspondence Volume I
1995
24/6
Deanna Wagner and International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission: Correspondence Volume II
1996-1997
24/7
Deanna Wagner and International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 17 v. Public Employment Relations Commission: Pleadings
1992-1995
24/8
98-1-0218-1 Seattle Office for Civil Rights director and employee, Conflict of Interest
1998
24/9
98-1-0126-1 Tom Leurquin
1998
24/10
98-1-0420-1 Jackie Baker
1998
24/11
98-1-0731-1 Philip Irvin
1995-1998
24/12
98-1-0901-1 Seattle Executive Services Department manager, Use of Position
1999
24/13
98-1-1030-1 Kurt Hanson and 98-WBI-1030-1 Department of Construction and Land Use Field Inspectors
1998-1999
24/14
98-WBI-0901-1 Seattle Executive Services Department manager, Use of Position
1998-1999
25/1
99-0-0106-1 Northgate General Development Plan Advisory Council
1999
25/2
99-0-0220-1 Mark Sidran
1999
25/3
99-0-0308-1 Seattle Police Department, Violation of Ordinance 115975
1998-1999
25/4
99-0-0311-1 Historic Seattle Public Development Authority, Ordinance 118185
1999
25/5
99-0-0601-2 Jack Richards and Carl Elliott
1999
25/6
99-0-0708-2 Seattle Fire Department, Use of Position
1999
25/7
99-0-1005-1 Seattle Public Utilities
1999
25/8
99-0-1021-1 Rajinder Singh Manhas
1999
25/9
99-0-1022-1 Elections complaint
1999
25/10
99-0-1103-1 Paul Schell and Citizen Review Panel
1999
25/11
99-1-0126-1 Carolyn M. Van Noy and Brian M. Malarky
1998-1999
25/12
99-1-0129-1 Seattle Parks and Recreation Department, Use of Position
1998-1999
25/13
99-1-0129-1 Seattle Parks and Recreation Department, Use of Position
1999
25/14
99-1-0204-1 Kenneth R. Bounds
1999-2000
25/15
99-1-0204-1 Bruce Miller
1999
25/16
99-1-0210-1 Larry Mickelson
1999
25/17
99-1-0224-1 Tina Podlodowski
1998-1999
25/18
99-1-0301-1 SEATRAN, Nepotism
1998-1999
25/19
99-1-0312-1 Jim Diers, Pat Chandler, Bob Flowers, Chris Bennett, Mary Helen Moore, and Ken Bounds
1997-2000
25/20
99-1-0330-1 James Freehill
1998-1999
25/21
99-1-0330-2 James Freehill
1999
25/22
99-1-0421-1 Mamie Hill
1999
25/23
99-1-0423 Carolyn M. Van Noy and Brian M. Malarky
1999
26/1
99-1-0510-1 Office of Environmental Management and Seattle Public Utilities, Conflict of Interest and Use of Facilities
1998-2000
26/2
99-1-0513-1 Pamela Piering
1999
26/3
99-1-0611-1 Gerald Hansmire and Jeff Girvin
1999
26/4
99-1-0617-1 Chris Larson
1999
26/5
99-1-0702-1 Roxanne Pearson
1999
26/6
99-1-0702-2 Alice A. Lockridge
1999
26/7
99-1-0716-1 Michael R. Betschart
1999
26/8
99-1-0721-2 Jerri Emunson and Monte Gavin
1999
26/9
99-1-0730-1 Russell Pickering
1999
26/10
99-1-0802-1 Seattle City Light, Skagit Logging
1999-2000
26/11
99-1-0802-1 Seattle City Light III
1999-2000
26/12
99-1-0802-1 Seattle City Light III
1999-2000
26/13
99-1-0802-1 Seattle City Light IV
1999-2000
26/14
99-1-0802-1 Seattle City Light V
1995-1999
26/15
99-1-0830-1 Roger A. Bolinger
1999-2000
27/1
99-1-0917-1 Paul D. Sutton
1999-2000
27/2
99-1-0930-1 Anonymous City employee, Use of Confidential Information
1999-2000
27/3
99-1-1104-1 Anonymous City employee, Misuse of City Property
1999
27/4
99-1-1110-1 Seattle Public Utilities Crew Chief, Use of Facilities
1999-2000
27/5
99-1-1115-1 Teri A. Bach and Gordon E. Hamilton
1999-2000
27/6
99-1-1118-1 Seattle City Light employee, Use of Facilities
1999-2000
27/7
99-1A-0205-1 Private Business
1999
27/8
99-1A-0316-1 Use of Information
1999
27/9
99-1A-0316-2 Revision of advisory opinion regarding Personal Advisory of City Facilities
1999
27/10
99-1A-0419-1 Lonnie Lusardo and Vicki Legman
1999
27/11
99-1A-0430-1 Bruce E. Heller
1999
27/12
99-1A-0602-1 Barbara Alsheikh
1999
27/13
99-2-0706-1 Mark Sidran
1997-1999
27/14
99-2-0820-1 Neighbors for Libraries
1999
27/15
99-2-0902-1 Wes Uhlman
1999
27/16
99-2-1005-1 Margaret Pageler
1999
27/17
99-2A-0415-1 Charlotte Carroll
1999
27/18
99-2A-0915-1 Robert Mahon
1999
27/19
99-3A-0316-3 Paul Croom
1999
27/20
99-3A-0729-1 Richard Harrington
1999
27/21
99-3A-0816-1 Mary Jean Ryan
1999
27/22
99-3A-0907-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission
1999
27/23
99-3A-1116-1 Liz Rankin
1999
27/24
99-PDR-0125-1 Philip Irvin
1998
27/25
99-PDR-0125-1 Philip Irvin
1998
28/1
99-PDR-0125-1 Linda Jordan
1998-1999
28/2
99-PDR-0125-1 Linda Jordan
1998-1999
28/3
99-PDR-0125-1 Linda Jordan
1998-1999
28/4
99-PDR-0324-1 Zeg Fanta
1999
28/5
99-PDR-0507-1 JoAnn Cowan
1999
28/6
99-PDR-0601-1 Denise L. Stiffarm
1999
28/7
99-PDR-0728-1 Margie Johnson
1999
28/8
99-PDR-0923-1 KING TV
1999
28/9
99-WBI-0802-1 Seattle City Light, Skagit Logging I
1997-2000
28/10
99-WBI-0802-1 Seattle City Light, Skagit Logging II
1997-2000
28/11
99-WBI-0802-1 Seattle City Light, Skagit Logging II
1999
28/12
99-WBI-0809-1 Seattle City Light, Skagit Logging
1999
28/13
99-WBI-0811-1 Seattle Housing Authority, Conflict of Interest
1999
28/14
99-WBI-1220-1/99-0-1220-1 Ada Ko
1999
28/15
99-WBI-1220-1/99-0-1220-1 Law - Misuse of Leave
1999
28/16
99-WBI-1220-2 Seattle City Parks and Recreation Department, Use of Position
1999-2000
28/17
Philip Irvin 1999 Office of Civil Rights complaint
1997-2000
29/1
00-0-0210-1 Seattle Center, Improper Use of Position
2000
29/2
00-0-0331-1 Seattle City Light employees, Employee Selection
2000
29/3
00-0-0427-1 Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities, Consolidated Customer Service System
2000
29/4
00-0-0501-1 Woodland Park Zoo
2000
29/5
00-0-0515-1 City of Seattle and Seattle School District, Violation of Law
2000
29/6
00-0-0526-1 Cliff Marks
2000
29/7
00-0-0721-1 Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, Use of Position
2000
29/8
00-0-0928-1 Eric M. Pollard
2000
29/9
00-0-1017-1 Rosalie Melendez-Daigre
2000
29/10
00-0-1019-1 Department of Construction and Land Use, Boiler Inspector
2000-2001
29/11
00-0-1020-1 Seattle Center Foundation, Public Funds
2000
29/12
00-0-1023-1 Heidi Wills
2000
29/13
00-0-1026-1 Neighbors for Seattle Parks, Failure to Report
2000
29/14
00-0-1113-1 Tracy Dieckhoner and Chris Luboff
2000-2001
29/15
00-0-1218-1 City Employees as Contractors
2000-2001
29/16
00-1-0118-1 Rick Hangartner
2000
29/17
00-1-0225-1 Executive Services Department supervisor, Use of Facilities
1998-2000
29/18
00-1-0301-1 Seattle Parks and Recreation Department foreman, Use of Facilities
2000
29/19
00-1-0510-1 Office of Environmental Management and Seattle Public Utilities employees, Conflict
2000
29/20
00-1-0512-1 Executive Services Department manager, Use of Position
2000
29/21
00-1-0519-1 Lois Eulberg
2000
29/22
00-1-0519-2 Department of Construction and Land Use supervisor, Use of Facilities
2000
29/23
00-1-0524-1 Eric Friedli
2000
29/24
00-1-0524-2 Seattle Police Department officer, Use of Facilities
2000
29/25
00-1-0602-1 Seattle Fire Department employee, Use of Position
2000
29/26
00-1-0606-1 Seattle City Light, Power Structures Mechanic
2000
29/27
00-1-0619-1 Seattle Parks and Recreation Department employee, Conflict
2000
29/28
00-1-0629-1 Seattle Public Utilities mechanic, Use of Position
2000
29/29
00-1-0630-1 Elwood Saari
2000
30/1
00-1-0710-1 Kevin Donnelly
2000
30/2
00-1-0713-1 Seattle Fire Department paramedics, Use of Facilities
2000-2001
30/3
00-1-0718-1 Richard Krochalis; Department of Construction and Land Use, Seattle Fire Department, and Seattle Police Department; Daryl Grigsby; Krochalis and DCLU employees; and SPD and SFD
2000
30/4
00-1-0810-1 Martha Bannister-Mingo
2000
30/5
00-1-0828-1 Marcos Gomez
2001
30/6
00-1-0828-1 Marcos Gomez
2000-2001
30/7
00-1-0828-1 Marcos Gomez, Fines payments
2001-2003
30/8
00-1-0925-1 Brad Howell
2000
30/9
00-1-1205-1 Norma Miller
2000
30/10
00-1-1208-1 Russell R. Colon
2000-2003
30/11
00-1-1208-1 Russell R. Colon
2001
30/12
00-1-1208-1 Russell R. Colon
2001
30/13
00-1-1208-1 Russell R. Colon
2000-2001
31/1
00-1-1208-1 Russell R. Colon
2000
31/2
00-1-1208-1 Russell R. Colon
1999-2000
31/3
00-1A-0104-1 Jennifer R. Weber
2000
31/4
00-1A-0126-1 Chris Larsen, Mary Junttila, and Peter Renner
2000
31/5
00-1A-0322-1 Peter Steinbrueck
2000
31/6
00-1A-0614-2 Catherine Baker
2000
31/7
00-2-0927-1 Woodland Park Zoological Society, Failure to File
2000
31/8
00-2-1011-1 Benella Caminiti
2000
31/9
00-2-1020-1 Charlie Chang Campaign
2000
31/10
00-3A-0201-1 Ruby Dell Harris
2000
31/11
00-3A-0413-1 Dana Backiel
2000
31/12
00-3A-0810-1 A. D. Vickery
2000
31/13
00-3A-1103-1 Mike Schaefer
2000
31/14
00-3A-1208-1 Noel Schoneman
2000
31/15
00-PDR-0203 Cristiaan Carrera
2000
31/16
00-PDR-0614-1 Rick Hangartner
2000
31/17
00-PDR-0622-1 Phil Campbell
2000
31/18
00-PDR-0730-1 Brigitte de La Valliere
2000
31/19
00-PDR-0802-1 Philip Irvin
2000
31/20
PDR Number 99-17 Linda Jordan
1999
31/21
00-WBI-0118-1/00-1-0118-1 Department of Construction and Land Use
2000
31/22
00-WBI-0302-1 Seattle Public Utilities, Solid Waste Division
2000-2001
31/23
00-WBI-0302-1 Seattle Public Utilities, Solid Waste Division
2001-2002
32/1
00-WBI-0302-1 Seattle Public Utilities, Solid Waste Division
2000-2001
32/2
00-WBI-0302-1 Seattle Public Utilities, Solid Waste Division
2000-2001
32/3
00-WBI-0317-1/00-1-0317-1 Department of Construction and Land Use employee, Violation of Law
2000
32/4
00-WBI-0605-1 Seattle Executive Services Department manager, Violation of Law
2000-2001
32/5
00-WBI-0626-1 Seattle Public Utilities managers, Use of Facilities
2000
32/6
01-0-0105-1 Richard Frith and Rodney Young
2001
32/7
01-0-0130-1 Isabel Medina
2001
32/8
01-0-0305-1 Department of Neighborhoods director and City Attorney, Use of Position
2001
32/9
01-0-0611-1 Steve Williams
2001-2003
32/10
01-0-0831-1 Seattle Fire Department employees, Use of Facilities
2001
32/11
01-0-1031-1 Paul Schell
2001
32/12
01-0-1211-1 Department of Construction and Land Use employee, Use of Position
2001-2002
32/13
01-0-1217-1 Seattle Fire Department employee, Use of Position and Facilities
2001-2002
32/14
01-1-0209-1 Seattle City Light employee, Use of Equipment
2001
32/15
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill
2001-2003
32/16
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill
2001
32/17
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill
2001
33/1
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill
2000-2001
33/2
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill
1999-2001
33/3
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill
1998-2001
33/4
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill
1999-2001
33/5
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill: Evidence
2000-2001
33/6
01-1-0221-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission and Mamie D. Hill: Hearing transcript
2001
33/7
01-1-0222-2 SEATRAN, Street Use Permit Employee
2001
33/8
01-1-0308-2 Seattle Center employee, Use of Facilities
2001
34/1
01-1-0402-1 Anonymous City employee, Use of Facilities
2001
34/2
01-1-0405-1 Department of Neighborhoods Southeast Sector manager, Conflict of Financial Interest
2001-2002
34/3
01-1-0718-1 Heidi Wills
2001
34/4
01-1-0723-1 Department of Information Technology employee, Use of Position and Private Interest
2001
34/5
01-1-0730-1 Tom Campbell
2001-2002
34/6
01-1-0807-1 Assistant City Attorney, Post City Employment
2001
34/7
01-1-1112-1 Anthony Kinsman
2001
34/8
01-1-1120-1 Seattle City Light employee, Use of Facilities
2000-2001
34/9
01-1-1121-1 Robert Lyman
2001-2002
34/10
01-1-1128-1 Ricardo Smith
2001
34/11
01-1-1129-1 Lasike MoiMoi
2001-2002
34/12
01-1-1130-1 Seattle City Light employee, Use of Facilities
2001
34/13
01-1A-0312-1 Mary Pearson, Joe Garcia, and Charles Hampton
2001
34/14
01-1A-0403-1 Mike Finkle
2001
34/15
01-1A-0403-2 Bob Shilling
2001
34/16
01-1A-0416-1 Tom A. Byers
2001
34/17
01-1A-0508-1 Jared Smith
2001
34/18
01-1A-0510-1 Charles Heffernan
2001
34/19
01-1A-0614-1 Russell R. Colon
2001
34/20
01-1A-0918-1 Ulla Johnson
2001-2002
34/21
01-1A-1121-1 Maud S. Daudon
2001-2002
34/22
01-1A-1210-1 Charles C. Hawkins, Jr.
2001
34/23
01-2-0530-1 Paul Schell
2001
34/24
01-2-0531-1 Paul Schell
2001
34/25
01-2-0611-1 Paul Schell
2001
34/26
01-2-0620-1 Mark Sidran
2001
34/27
01-2-0731-1 Margaret Pageler
2001
34/28
01-2-0821-1 Paul Schell
2001
34/29
01-2-0907-1 Paul Berendt
2001
34/30
01-2-0910-1 Citizens to Re-elect Paul Schell, Use of Facilities
2001
34/31
01-2-0925-1 Cathy Allen
2001
34/32
01-2-0928-1 Beacon Hill Neighborhood Association, Use of Computers
2001
34/33
01-2-1026-1 Seattle Fire Department firefighter, Use of Facilities
2001
34/34
01-2A-0814-1 Anthony Granillo
2001
35/1
01-3A-0117-1 Jim Hemans
2001
35/2
01-3A-0119-1 Virginia Anderson
2000-2001
35/3
01-3A-0124-1 Billy Jack and Don Smith
2001
35/4
01-3A-0131-1 Tony Wong
2001
35/5
01-3A-0212-1 Galen Motin Goff
2001
35/6
01-3A-0305-1 Alec Fisken
2001
35/7
01-3A-0328-1 Mark Beirne
2001
35/8
01-3A-0802-1 William Zander
2001
35/9
01-3A-0926-1 Gay Westmoreland
2001
35/10
01-3A-1025-1 R. Gil Kerlikowske
2001
35/11
01-PDR-0104-1 Reed Smith Hazel and Thomas
2001
35/12
01-PDR-0104-1 Reed Smith Hazel and Thomas
1996-1998
35/13
01-PDR-0104-1 Reed Smith Hazel and Thomas
1996-1998
35/14
01-PDR-0104-1 Reed Smith Hazel and Thomas
1995-1996
35/15
01-PDR-0104-1 Reed Smith Hazel and Thomas
1996
35/16
01-PDR-0104-1 Reed Smith Hazel and Thomas
1996
35/17
01-PDR-0309-1 Jesse Wing
2001
35/18
01-PDR-0425-1 Jesse Wing
2001-2005
35/19
01-PDR-0730-1 Aaron H. Caplan
2001
36/1
01-PDR-0731-3 Richard Lee
2001
36/2
01-PDR-1002-1 Jeffrey Julius
2001
36/3
01-PDR-1121-1 Philip Irvin
2001
36/4
01-PDR-1203-1 Philip Irvin
2001-2002
36/5
01-WBI-0102-1 Heidi Wills
2000-2001
36/6
01-WBI-0222-1 City Light Black Employees Association, Use of Facilities
2000-2001
36/7
01-WBI-0227-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission, Use of Position
2001
36/8
01-WBI-0227-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission, Use of Position
1998-2000
36/9
01-WBI-0227-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission, Use of Position
1999-2001
36/10
01-WBI-0227-1 Public Safety Civil Service Commission, Use of Position: Additional evidence
2001
36/11
01-WBI-0308-1 Downtown Human Services Council Director, Use of Position
2001
36/12
01-WBI-0320-1 Seattle Fire Department, Use of Facilities
2001
36/13
01-WBI-0402-1 Seattle City Light, Gross Waste
2001
36/14
01-WBI-0411-1/01-1-0411-1 Elwood Saari
2000-2001
36/15
01-WBI-0411-1/01-1-0411-1 Elwood Saari
2000-2001
37/1
01-WBI-0411-1/01-1-0411-1 Elwood Saari
2001
37/2
01-WBI-0524-1 Office of Housing Housing Specialist, Violation of Law
2001-2002
37/3
01-WBI-0720-1 Woodland Park Zoo, Violation of Rule
2001-2002
37/4
01-WBI-0725-1 Seattle Public Utilities, Violation of Rule
2001
37/5
01-WBI-0927-1 Seattle Parks and Recreation Department, Violation of Policy
2001-2002
37/6
01-WBI-1228-1 Seattle Police Department Warrant Unit Commander, Use of Position
2001-2002
37/7
Citizens to Re-elect Paul Schell
2001
37/8
Grant T. Cogswell, American Civil Liberties Union Voters Pamphlets Challenge
2001
37/9
Grant T. Cogswell v. City of Seattle and City of Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
2001
37/10
Grant T. Cogswell v. City of Seattle and City of Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
2001
37/11
Grant T. Cogswell v. City of Seattle and City of Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
1989-2002
37/12
Grant T. Cogswell v. City of Seattle and City of Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
1993-2001
37/13
Jean Rietschel
2001
37/14
02-1-0226-1 Peter Steinbrueck, Jim Compton, Richard Conlin, Jan Drago, Richard McIver, Margaret Pageler, and Heidi Wills
2002
37/15
02-1-0318-1 Margaret Pageler
2002
37/16
02-WBI-0219-1 Seattle Public Utilities
2002
37/17
Philip Irvin v. Carolyn Van Noy, Dismissal and appeal
2002

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Elections--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Ethics--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Investigations--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Corporate Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.). Board of Ethics
  • Seattle (Wash.) Ethics And Elections Commission
  • Geographical Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.)