Below is information from the State Auditors webpage
The King Conservation District was formed in 1949 to promote sustainable uses of natural resources through responsible stewardship. Its primary revenue source is an assessment of $5 levied on each tax parcel in King County with the exception of properties used exclusively for forestry. The County collects the assessment along with property taxes and remits them to the District. The District uses $1 to fund its operations and the remaining $4 for non-competitive grants to cities and water resource inventory areas within the area served by the District. Other significant funding sources include state grants from the Washington State Conservation Commission and Department of Ecology. The District provides education and technical assistance regarding conservation and natural resources to landowners residing within the boundaries of the District. A five-member Board of Supervisors, consisting of two appointed and three elected members, oversee the District. The Conservation Commission appoints two Board Members and landowners within the District boundaries elect the other three members. Each elected Board Member serves a three-year term. The Board of Supervisors appoints a District Coordinator to direct day-to-day operations. The District has an annual operating budget of $1.1 million and 12 full-time employees.
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Nov. 2, 2003 note: The letter from the King County Conservation District (see below) and a phone call from them informed me that they may not be technically Washington State employees. They get their funding from a variety of sources, federal grants, state grants, county grants, ect... I consider that they are government funded and therefore Washington State government employees, like I consider Boeing defense employees or Halliburton Iraq employees as government employees. They get their money from taxes.
Here's a link to the King County Conservation District webpage. http://www.kingcd.org
Here's the King County Conservation District employees list.
Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to the King County Conservation District.
Here's the letter the King County Conservation District sent me.
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A freedom of information letter template is at http://www.splc.org/foiletter.asp
Washington State newspapers have detailed information about access to public records at http://www.openwashington.com/
Here's information on Washington State websites about counties, ports, school districts, cities, ect...
In Nov 2002, the Wa St Court of Appeals, ruled that government employees names cannot be kept secret.