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1 Office of Financial Management State of Washington Risk Management Division STATE WORKER CAR CRASH COSTS FOR This report updates a September, 2010 OFM report on state automobile liability issues. That report described the impact of Governor Gregoire s 2007 challenge to state employees to focus on improved driving safety. This report adds additional information regarding workers compensation claims resulting from state employee automobile crashes. The first part of this report provides data from the Department of Labor & Industries regarding state workers compensation claims and payouts arising from traffic crashes during the period. The second part of the report compares the costs associated with state worker injuries from crashes (obtained from the Labor & Industries Workers Compensation Claims Database) with the costs associated with injuries arising from crashes for which the state has liability (obtained from the OFM Risk Management Claims Database). For the first time, these totals include vehicle repair costs. Workers Compensation Data Number of Workers' Compensation auto crash claims, FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 Source: L&I 1

2 While this data could be read to show a decrease in the number of workers compensation claims involving state employees and resulting from auto crashes, statistical analysis both of the statewide crash totals as well as for each agency establishes no discernable trend. Workers compensation claim payouts also appear to have decreased. However, payout totals are preliminary because some claims remain open. In addition, when the data is analyzed over the past decade, no discernable trend appears. The number of workers compensation claims and the amount of their payouts for auto crashes involving state workers do not show an increasing or a decreasing trend. $6,000,000 Workers' Compensation paid for auto crashes to date $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $3,000,000 $2,847,267 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,970,693 $1,470,240 $1,248,986 $- FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 Source: L&I In the chart above, dollar totals for workers compensation payouts include payments for such items as: Time-loss (i.e. wage replacement); Vocational Retraining; Vocational Professional Services fees (paid to a private vocational counselor to assess workers or aid them in their retraining); Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) awards; Pension Benefits, including survivors benefits, if applicable, for fatalities; Medical bills (i.e. doctor, hospital, surgical, medication, durable medical equipment, glasses, hearing aids, dental, etc.); and Independent Medical Exams (administrative exams used to rate PPD awards or consult on medical issues). 2

3 The data excludes any recoupment from third parties that were responsible for workers injuries arising from automobile crashes. SPECIFIC AGENCY DATA During, state workers in 54 agencies filed workers compensation claims for work-related auto crash injuries, while workers in 113 agencies did not file claims. A total of 695 claims were filed during the four-year period. Mileage data for each agency is unavailable, so it is not possible currently to determine the rate at which each agency experiences automobile crashes (i.e., it is not possible at this time to discern whether the rate at which agency personnel are involved in accidents is unusually high or low). Payout totals of certain agencies should be interpreted in the context of whether their business operations involve extensive driving (e.g. the Washington State Patrol has a different auto use profile from the House of Representatives and data interpretations should differ accordingly). Future reports will likely include comparisons amongst agencies based on estimated agency mileage. SUMMARY OF SPECIFIC AGENCY WORKERS COMPENSATION PAYOUT DATA The following chart describes the overall statistics regarding agency workers compensation claim payouts for. Washington State Agencies # of WC Claims, FY07- FY10 total claims Payout total total payout Avg. payout/ WC auto crash claim agencies, no reported claims $ - 29 agencies, payout <$25, $ 180, $ 3,166 8 agencies, payout <$100, $ 366, $ 8, agencies, payout <$500, $ 3,207, $ 13,651 4 agencies, payout >$500, $ 3,782, $ 10,536 : $ 7,537, $ 10,845 As a general matter, 85.5 all workers compensation claims paid in the four years () arose from 17 agencies. These claims accounted for 92.7 all costs. 113 agencies had no claims for auto crashes involving state employees driving in the course of their work duties. 37 agencies accounted for 14.5 all WC claims paid during this time, and 7.3 all costs. Information specific to each category of workers compensation payouts is provided below. 1 As before, the payouts described here include payments for time loss, medical bills, etc. 3

4 Four WA Agencies, WC payout >$500,000 # of claims, claims in this Four year payout total payout in this Avg. payout/ WC claim TRANSPORTATION $ 1,495, $ 14,376 SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES $ 1,007, $ 8,128 WASHINGTON STATE PATROL $ 775, $ 6,015 COMMERCE $ 503, $ 251,773 : $ 3,782, $10, WA Agencies, WC payout between $100,000 and $500,000 # of claims, claims in this Four year payout total payout in this Avg. payout/ WC claim CORRECTIONS $ 454, $ 8,425 FISH & WILDLIFE $ 404, $ 15,568 LICENSING $ 371, $ 10,332 WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY $ 324, $ 16,239 LABOR & INDUSTRIES $ 268, $ 10,738 LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD $ 248, $ 82,846 REVENUE $ 218, $ 27,258 GENERAL ADMINISTRATION $ 175, $ 175,440 NATURAL RESOURCES $ 172, $ 6,905 AGRICULTURE $ 160, $ 12,363 HCQA NEGOTIATED CONTRACTS $ 150, $ 8,348 CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLL $ 131, $ 43,817 EVERGREEN STATE $ 125, $ 41,959 : $ 3,207, $ 13,651 4

5 8 WA Agencies, WC payout between $25,000 and $100,000 # of claims, claims in this Four year payout total payout in this Avg. payout/ WC claim WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIV $ 69, $ 34,584 ECOLOGY $ 67, $ 4,474 PERSONNEL $ 53, $ 53,100 PARKS COMMISSION $ 48, $ 3,031 SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLL $ 43, $ 14,617 MILITARY $ 32, $ 10,958 EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLL $ 27, $ 13,670 HIGHLINE COMMUNITY COLL $ 24, $ 12,247 : $ 366, , WA Agencies, WC payout under $25,000 # of claims, claims in this Four year payout total payout in this Avg. payout/ WC claim LOTTERY $ 19, $ 6,530 EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIV $ 18, $ 2,039 VETERANS AFFAIRS $ 18, $ 9,083 CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIV $ 17, $ 3,434 AUDITOR S OFFICE $ 16, $ 8,345 CLARK $ 16, $ 5,440 ATTORNEY GENERAL $ 12, $ 2,543 WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #17 (SPOKANE) $ 7, $ 3,991 LK WASHINGTON TECHNICAL COLL $ 5, $ 5,501 BOARD OF IND. INS. APPEALS $ 5, $ 5,439 LOWER COLUMBIA $ 5, $ 5,233 RECREATION & CONSERVATION $ 5, $ 5,203 HEALTH $ 5, $ 1,257 SERVICES FOR THE BLIND $ 4, $ 4,844 PIERCE $ 4, $ 2,344 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUB INST $ 4, $ 4,486 EVERETT COMMUNITY $ 2, $ 1,292 INSURANCE COMMISSIONER, OFC $ 2, $ 2,137 WENATCHEE VALLEY $ 1, $ 1,647 GREEN RIVER COMM COLL $ 1, $ 1,512 5

6 29 WA Agencies, WC payout under $25,000 (cont.) # of claims, claims in this Four year payout total payout in this Avg. payout/ WC claim SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND $ 1, $ 1,286 YAKIMA VALLEY $ 1, $ 1,005 BELLEVUE COMMUNITY $ $ 914 TACOMA COMMUNITY $ $ 650 SO. PUGET SOUND COMM COLL $ $ 360 CENTRALIA COMMUNITY $ $ 355 HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY $ $ 308 FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS $ $ 191 GAMBLING COMMISSION $ $ 111 : $ 180, $ 3,166 AGENCY AVERAGE PAYOUT PER WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIM Avg. payout/ WA Agency state employee work-related auto crash 2 WA ST COMMERCE $ 251, WA ST GENERAL ADMINISTRATION $ 175, WA ST LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD $ 82, WA ST PERSONNEL $ 53, CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL $ 43, EVERGREEN STATE THE $ 41, WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $ 34, WA ST REVENUE $ 27, Mean payout per workers compensation claim auto crashes $ 18, WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY $ 16, WA ST FISH & WILDLIFE $ 15, WA STATE COMMUNITY -DISTRICT 6 (SEATTLE) $ 14, WA ST TRANSPORTATION $ 14, WA STATE COMMUNITY DIST #23 (EDMONDS) $ 13, WA ST AGRICULTURE $ 12, HIGHLINE COMMUNITY $ 12, Payouts described here include payments for time loss, medical bills, etc. 6

7 Avg. payout/ WA Agency (cont.) state employee work-related auto crash WA ST MILITARY $ 10, WA ST LABOR & INDUSTRIES $ 10, WA ST LICENSING $ 10, WA ST VETERANS AFFAIRS $ 9, WA ST CORRECTIONS $ 8, HCQA NEGOTIATED CONTRACT GROUP $ 8, WA ST AUDITORS OFFICE $ 8, WA ST SOCIAL & HEALTH SERVICES $ 8, WA ST NATURAL RESOURCES $ 6, WA ST LOTTERY $ 6, WA ST PATROL $ 6, LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL COLL $ 5, Median value $ 5, CLARK $ 5, WA ST BOARD OF INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE APPEALS $ 5, LOWER COLUMBIA $ 5, WA ST RECREATION & CONSERVATION OFFICE $ 5, WA ST SERVICES FOR THE BLIND $ 4, WA ST SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $ 4, WA ST ECOLOGY $ 4, WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #17 (SPOKANE) $ 3, CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $ 3, WA ST PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION $ 3, WA ST OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL $ 2, WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #11 (PIERCE) $ 2, WA ST INSURANCE COMMISSIONER OFFICE OF THE $ 2, EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $ 2, WA STATE COMMUNITY DIST #15 (WENATCHEE) $ 1, GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY $ 1, EVERETT COMMUNITY $ 1, WA ST SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND $ 1, WA ST HEALTH $ 1, WA STATE COMMUNITY DIST #16 (YAKIMA VALLEY) $ 1, BELLEVUE COMMUNITY $ TACOMA COMMUNITY $ SOUTH PUGET SOUND COMMUNITY CO $ CENTRALIA COMMUNITY $

8 Avg. payout/ WA Agency (cont.) state employee work-related auto crash WA ST HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY $ WA ST FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS $ WA ST GAMBLING COMMISSION $ Combined Data: Workers Compensation & Tort Liability The following charts describe the combined costs arising in from automobile crashes involving state workers that were driving as a part of their work-related duties. This data shows that workers compensation claim losses are within 10 tort claim losses. All State Agencies, Auto Crash- Related Costs Payout total, total paid, Workers compensation claims: $ 7,537, Tort liability claims: $ 8,763, Repair costs: $ 5,360, paid: $ 21,661, The following chart itemizes the total costs incurred at each agency and includes mean and median amounts. Data for average costs per crash are not available because crash data is collected in two separate databases (at Labor & Industries and the Office of Financial Management) and there is currently no method for consolidating the databases to determine total costs per crash (some crashes may have involved both L&I and torts claims). Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, WA ST PATROL (includes one Workers Compensation Tort Liability Repair Costs $4m tort claim payout) $ 775, $ 4,496, $ 2,027, $ 7,299, WA ST SOCIAL & HEALTH SERVICES $ 1,007, $ 1,780, $ 475, $ 3,263, WA ST TRANSPORTATION $ 1,495, $ 719, $ 894, $ 3,108, WA ST CORRECTIONS $ 454, $ 338, $ 185, $ 978, WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY $ 324, $ 75, $ 284, $ 684, WA ST LABOR & INDUSTRIES $ 268, $ 87, $ 293, $ 649, WA ST FISH & WILDLIFE DEPT OF $ 404, $ 135, $ 44, $ 585, WA ST COMMERCE $ 503, $ 11, $ 19, $ 534,

9 Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, Workers Compensation Tort Liability Repair Costs WA ST LICENSING $ 371, $ 20, $ 78, $ 471, WA ST NATURAL RESOURCES $ 172, $ 107, $ 155, $ 435, WA ST LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD $ 248, $ 17, $ 74, $ 341, WA ST GENERAL ADMINISTRATION $ 175, $ 65, $ 76, $ 317, Mean value $ 86, $ 100, $ 61, $ 249, WA ST REVENUE $ 218, $ 8, $ 15, $ 241, WA ST PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION $ 48, $ 104, $ 78, $ 231, WA ST AGRICULTURE $ 160, $ 47, $ 11, $ 219, WA ST MILITARY (incl. EMERGENCY MGT) $ 32, $ 159, $ 6, $ 198, WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $ 69, $ 94, $ 10, $ 174, GENERAL STATE MOTOR POOL REPAIR COSTS (incurred by $ - $ - $ 164, $ 164, multiple agencies) EVERGREEN STATE $ 125, $ 36, $ $ 163, WA ST OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL $ 12, $ 56, $ 85, $ 155, HCQA NEGOTIATED CONTRACT GROUP $ 150, $ - N/A $ 150, WA ST ECOLOGY $ 67, $ 75, $ 4, $ 147, CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL $ 131, $ 1, $ - $ 132, WA ST COMMUNITY (SEATTLE) $ 43, $ 10, $ 12, $ 66, CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $ 17, $ 24, $ 24, $ 65, SOUTH PUGET SOUND COMMUNITY $ $ 56, $ 3, $ 60, WA ST GAMBLING COMM $ $ 12, $ 43, $ 56, WA ST PERSONNEL $ 53, $ - $ - $ 53, WA ST HEALTH $ 5, $ 13, $ 33, $ 51, WA ST LOTTERY $ 19, $ 4, $ 22, $ 47, WA ST VETERANS AFFAIRS $ 18, $ 15, $ 10, $ 44,

10 Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, Workers Compensation Tort Liability Repair Costs EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $ 18, $ 12, $ 1, $ 31, WA ST EMPLOYMENT SECURITY $ - $ 27, $ 4, $ 31, WA ST COMMUNITY (EDMONDS) $ 27, $ - $ 3, $ 30, CLARK $ 16, $ - $ 14, $ 30, WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #17 (SPOKANE) $ 7, $ - $ 21, $ 29, HIGHLINE COMMUNITY $ 24, $ - $ 1, $ 25, WA ST INFORMATION SERVICES $ - $ 24, $ 1, $ 25, WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #16 (YAKIMA) $ 1, $ 10, $ 12, $ 24, WA ST HISTORICAL SOCIETY $ - $ - $ 23, $ 23, WA ST CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING COMMISSION $ - $ 12, $ 8, $ 20, BATES TECHNICAL $ - $ 16, $ 2, $ 18, WALLA WALLA COMMUNITY $ - $ 14, $ 2, $ 17, WA ST SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $ 4, $ 6, $ 6, $ 17, Median value $ 1, $ 1, $ 3, $ 16, WA ST AUDITORS OFFICE $ 16, $ - $ - $ 16, GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY $ 1, $ $ 13, $ 16, SHORELINE COMMUNITY $ - $ 10, $ 2, $ 13, PUGET SOUND PARTNERSHIP $ - $ - $ 13, $ 13, CONSERVATION COMMISSION, STATE $ - $ $ 12, $ 13, WA ST ARCHAEOLOGY DEPT $ - $ - $ 12, $ 12, TACOMA COMMUNITY $ $ 10, $ $ 11, WA ST RECREATION & CONSERVATION OFFICE $ 5, $ - $ 5, $ 10, SECRETARY OF STATE $ - $ 4, $ 5, $ 10, WA ST HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY $ $ 5, $ 3, $ 9, UTILITIES AND TRANS. COMMISSION $ - $ $ 7, $ 8,

11 Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, Workers Compensation Tort Liability Repair Costs WA ST SERVICES FOR THE BLIND $ 4, $ $ 2, $ 7, WA ST HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES $ - $ 7, $ - $ 7, PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION $ - $ $ 6, $ 7, LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL $ 5, $ 1, $ - $ 6, RENTON TECHNICAL $ - $ 6, $ - $ 6, OLYMPIC $ - $ 3, $ 3, $ 6, WA ST TREASURER $ - $ - $ 6, $ 6, WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #11 (PIERCE) $ 4, $ 1, $ - $ 5, WA ST BD OF INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE APPEALS $ 5, $ - $ - $ 5, LOWER COLUMBIA $ 5, $ - $ - $ 5, WA ST INSURANCE $ 2, $ 3, $ 5, $ - COMMISSIONER SKAGIT VALLEY $ - $ 2, $ 2, $ 4, EVERETT COMMUNITY $ 2, $ $ 1, $ 4, WA ST COMM COLL DIST #15 (WENATCHEE) $ 1, $ - $ 1, $ 3, WA ST SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND $ 1, $ - $ 2, $ 3, ADMIN OFC OF THE COURTS $ - $ - $ 2, $ 2, WHATCOM COMM.TY $ - $ 2, $ - $ 2, EARLY LEARNING, $ - $ - $ 2, $ 2, TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT BOARD $ - $ 1, $ - $ 1, COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE COMM $ - $ - $ 1, $ 1, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE OF $ - $ $ $ 1, WA ST SENATE $ - $ - $ 1, $ 1, BELLEVUE COMMUNITY $ $ - $ - $ WA ST FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS $ $ - $ $ INDETERMINATE SENTENCING REVIEW BD $ - $ - $ $ HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION $ - $ $ - $

12 Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, Workers Compensation Tort Liability Repair Costs HIGHER ED COORDINATING BOARD $ - $ - $ $ BIG BEND COMMUNITY $ - $ $ - $ WORK FORCE TRAINING BD $ - $ - $ $ CENTRALIA COMMUNITY $ $ - $ - $ : $ 7,537, $ 8,763, $ 5,360, $21,661, * includes one claim for $4m The Data in Context: Auto Crash Payouts per FTE The following chart provides total state worker crash costs (as provided in the previous chart), but expressed per FTE. Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, FTE Payout/FTE WA ST PATROL (includes one $4m tort claim payout) $ 7,299, ,589 $ WA ST COMMERCE $ 534, ,301 $ WA ST ARCHAEOLOGY DEPT $ 12, $ CONSERVATION COMMISSION, STATE $ 13, $ WA ST MILITARY $ 198, ,254 $ WA ST CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING COMMISSION $ 20, $ WA ST HISTORICAL SOCIETY $ 23, $ WA ST GENERAL ADMINISTRATION $ 317, ,628 $ PUGET SOUND PARTNERSHIP $ 13, $ CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL $ 132, ,271 $ WA ST TRANSPORTATION $ 3,108, ,807 $ WA ST LICENSING $ 471, ,206 $ WA ST FISH & WILDLIFE $ 585, ,621 $ WA ST GAMBLING COMM $ 56, $ WA ST LOTTERY $ 47, $ WA ST LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD $ 341, ,456 $

13 Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, FTE Payout/FTE WA ST AGRICULTURE DEPT OF $ 219, ,894 $ WA ST PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION $ 231, ,085 $ WA ST NATURAL RESOURCES $ 435, ,360 $ Mean value: $ WA ST PERSONNEL $ 53, $ EVERGREEN STATE $ 163, ,680 $ WA ST LABOR & INDUSTRIES $ 649, ,802 $ WA ST REVENUE $ 241, ,320 $ WA ST RECREATION & CONSERVATION OFFICE $ 10, $ PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION $ 7, $ WA ST SOCIAL & HEALTH SERVICES $ 3,263, ,167 $ SOUTH PUGET SOUND COMMUNITY $ 60, ,458 $ COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE COMM $ 1, $ TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT BOARD $ 1, $ WA ST OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL $ 155, ,889 $ WA ST CORRECTIONS DEPT $ 978, ,205 $ WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY $ 684, ,500 $ WA ST SERVICES FOR THE BLIND $ 7, $ WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY** $ 174, ,787 $ WA ST ECOLOGY $ 147, ,204 $ WA ST TREASURER $ 6, $ WA ST VETERANS AFFAIRS $ 44, ,621 $ UTILITIES AND TRANS. COMMISSION $ 8, $ WA ST INFORMATION SERVICES $ 25, ,788 $ CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $ 65, ,836 $

14 Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, FTE Payout/FTE WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #16 (YAKIMA) $ 24, ,791 $ BATES TECHNICAL $ 18, ,406 $ HIGHLINE COMMUNITY $ 25, ,107 $ WA ST AUDITORS OFFICE $ 16, ,437 $ WA ST SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $ 17, ,481 $ INDETERMINATE SENTENCING REVIEW BD $ $ WA ST COMMUNITY (SEATTLE) $ 66, ,096 $ WALLA WALLA COMMUNITY $ 17, ,635 $ WA ST COMMUNITY (EDMONDS) $ 30, ,946 $ CLARK $ 30, ,946 $ WA ST SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND $ 3, $ 9.56 WA ST HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY $ 9, ,114 $ 8.97 WA ST BD OF INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE APPEALS $ 5, $ 8.87 WA ST HEALTH $ 51, ,910 $ 8.73 SECRETARY OF STATE $ 10, ,276 $ 8.01 SHORELINE COMMUNITY $ 13, ,936 $ 6.98 GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY $ 16, ,512 $ 6.44 WA ST INSURANCE COMMISSIONER $ 5, $ 6.15 LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL $ 6, ,146 $ 6.02 EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $ 31, ,491 $ 5.81 RENTON TECHNICAL $ 6, ,203 $ 5.67 TACOMA COMMUNITY $ 11, ,056 $ 5.49 WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #17 $ 29, ,738 $ 5.06 (SPOKANE) WORK FORCE TRAINING BD $ $

15 Combined WA Agency auto crash payouts, FTE Payout/FTE WA ST HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES $ 7, ,594 $ 4.64 LOWER COLUMBIA $ 5, ,280 $ 4.09 HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION $ $ 3.98 WA ST EMPLOYMENT SECURITY $ 31, ,371 $ 3.81 OLYMPIC $ 6, ,898 $ 3.52 WA ST COMM COLL DIST #15 (WENATCHEE) $ 3, ,085 $ 3.28 EARLY LEARNING, $ 2, $ 2.94 SKAGIT VALLEY $ 4, ,947 $ 2.37 WHATCOM COMMUNITY $ 2, ,201 $ 2.27 EVERETT COMMUNITY $ 4, ,142 $ 2.02 ADMIN OFC OF THE COURTS $ 2, ,404 $ 1.98 WA ST COMMUNITY DIST #11 (PIERCE) $ 5, ,929 $ 1.95 HIGHER ED COORDINATING BOARD $ $ 1.47 WA ST FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS $ $ 1.10 WA ST SENATE $ 1, ,162 $ 1.05 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE OF $ 1, ,348 $ 1.00 BIG BEND COMMUNITY $ $ 0.59 CENTRALIA COMMUNITY $ ,072 $ 0.33 BELLEVUE COMMUNITY $ ,633 $

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