You ought to hire a lawyer, who will either tell you to expect to have to pay, or who will represent you in a suit against the landlord for breach of contract and illegal eviction. Washington's landlord-tenant laws are here, for your reference.
The dates you mention for ing the leaset suggests that you have a yearly lease. You may have renewed the lease at ...
Under RCW 59.18.030(29),
"Rent" or "rental amount" means recurring and periodic charges
identified in the rental agreement for the use and occupancy of the
premises, which may include charges for utilities. Except as provided
in RCW 59.18.283(3), these terms do not include nonrecurring charges
for costs incurred due to late payment, ...
The agreement between A and C should specify a due date for the job to be completed. If it does not, the standard is that it must be done within a "reasonable time" which depends on the nature of the job and local circumstances (such as supply of labor and materiel).
The gutter company must deliver within the tiem it agreed to, or notify if that ...
There is a distinction between keeping a security deposit and suing a person for damages. In the Residential Landlord-Tenant Act, §280, the damage deposit must be returned within 21 days, and "the landlord shall give a full and specific statement of the basis for retaining any of the deposit together with the payment of any refund due the tenant under ...
With that much potentially at stake, you might want to discuss this with a lawyer. many lawyers will do an initial consultation for free or a low charge.
However, you could simply write a letter saying that you do not agree that you owe the money and that you dispute the charge. You may give any reasons why you think you are not liable. It might be a good ...
According to 11.72.240 of the Seattle Municipal Code, entitled Moving vehicle to avoid time limit:
No person shall move and repark a vehicle on either side of a street within the same block in order to avoid a parking time limit regulation specified for either side of the street in that particular block.
Looks like the row of stops signs are put there after the pay sign so these are the one in force. look at the different types of poles and the smaller signs with cones along the street. Could be a temporary road closure thing for doing some road works.
One can't really tell from this picture, but given the different angles at which the signs are placed, I would guess that "no stopping" applies to the right of the signpost as one faces the curb from the street, and "pay to park" applies to the left.