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Ordinance 77267

Introduced as Council Bill 68589


An ordinance relating to the establishment of daylight saving time in Seattle annually during the months June to September, inclusive, subject to the referendum at a special municipal election on November 2, 1948; and requiring the City Clerk to certify to the Election Board of King County as required by law, said referred proposition in the form of a specified ballot title.

Description and Background

Current Status:Passed
References:Related: CF 199763

Legislative History

Date Introduced:August 16, 1948
Committee Referral:Public Safety
City Council Action Date:August 17, 1948
City Council Action:Passed
Date Delivered to Mayor:August 17, 1948
Date Signed by Mayor:
(About the signature date)
August 17, 1948
Date Filed with Clerk:August 17, 1948
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