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|Record Creator:||Clyde Hill Municipal Government, Utilities Commission|
These records include the minutes of the Clyde Hill Utilities Commission’s meetings from April 25, 1989 through May 15, 2007.
Minutes are the official record of the proceedings of the Utilities Commission. Minutes may include date, commission members present, summary of official reports from various departments, budget approvals, and other commission business. The records in this collection are indexed by date.
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|Access Restriction Notes:||These records are open for research.|
|Sources of Transfer||Puget Sound Regional Archives
|Notes||Filmed and indexed by Washington State Archives, Imaging and Preservation Services.
|Agency History:||Clyde Hill is located in King County approximately 2 miles east of Seattle, sharing its southeast border with the city of Bellevue. Clyde Hill adheres to a Mayor-Council form of government and was officially incorporated in 1953. The Utilities Commission was established in the 1980’s when cities could regulate cable rates. After that power was removed from cities by the FCC the Utilities Commission’s role expanded to provide oversight to other utility companies serving the city. The commission did not meet on a regular basis, but as needed. In December 2013 the Clyde Hill City Council eliminated the Utilities Commission by passing ordinance #926 repealing Chapter 2.22 of the Clyde Hill Municipal Code.|
|Preferred Citation:||[Identification of item], Clyde Hill Utilities Commission, Minutes, 1989-2007, Washington State Archives, Digital Archives, http://digitalarchives.wa.gov, [date accessed].|
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