Wash. Admin. Code § 308-330-127 - Holidays
"Holidays" include the first day of January, commonly called New Year's Day; the third Monday in January, commonly called Martin Luther King Jr. day; the third Monday of February, being celebrated as the anniversary of the birth of George Washington; the thirtieth day of May, commonly known as Memorial Day; the fourth day of July, being the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence; the first Monday in September, to be known as Labor Day; the fourth Thursday in November, to be known as Thanksgiving Day; the twenty-fifth day of December, commonly called Christmas Day; and any other day specified by ordinance by the local authority to be a holiday. Whenever any holiday falls upon a Sunday, the following Monday shall be a holiday.
Statutory Authority: RCW 46.90.010. 94-01-082, § 308-330-127, filed 12/13/93, effective 7/1/94.
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