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PDFWAC 479-01-060

Executive director—Powers and duties.

The board appoints an executive director who will serve at its pleasure to carry out the board priorities and the mission of the agency including the following administrative duties:
(1) The executive director will direct and supervise all day-to-day activities of the staff.
(2) The executive director is the appointing authority of the staff and may authorize subordinates to act in the executive director's place to carry out administrative duties.
(3) The executive director has sidewalk deviation authority as described in WAC 479-14-200.
(4) The executive director has administrative increase authority for projects up to the following levels:
(a) Urban program - Fifteen percent of project costs or $750,000 whichever is less.
(b) Small city arterial program -  Fifteen percent of project costs or $125,000, whichever is greater.
(c) City hardship assistance program - Up to $75,000.
(d) Active transportation program - Fifteen percent of project costs or $50,000, whichever is greater.
(e) Small city preservation program - Up to $200,000 within available funding limitations.
(f) Arterial preservation program – Up to 15 percent of original TIB grant.
(g) Small city federal match within the limits set by the board in accordance with WAC 479-14-215.
(5) The director may authorize small city preservation projects between regularly scheduled call for projects up to $200,000 within available funding limits.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 47.26 RCW. WSR 23-08-032, § 479-01-060, filed 3/28/23, effective 4/28/23; WSR 13-20-087, § 479-01-060, filed 9/30/13, effective 10/31/13; WSR 12-08-060, § 479-01-060, filed 4/3/12, effective 5/4/12; WSR 07-18-050, § 479-01-060, filed 8/30/07, effective 9/30/07.]
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