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County and DNR shrug responibilities with Toledo mine By Lynnette Hoffman If you were driving on Mandy Road along the Cowlitz River just west of I-5 and east of the town of Vader back in 2012, you might not have noticed the small, sleepy gravel mine located at 451 Mandy Rd, known as the Foster Creek Pit and today operated by Eagle Cliff Northwest, LLC. Back in 2012, the Foster Creek Pit was just a small pond nestled among the rows of crops and farmland, barely a few acres in size. Today, it's hard to miss the sprawling 35+ acre Foster Creek Pit, the continuous stream of trucks entering and exiting the site, the plumes of dust and smoke rising from the operations and the incessant sound of the gravel crusher. Neighbors and passersby are all asking the same questions: how was the mine allowed to get so big when the mine's permit only allows a maximum size of 20 acres? Who’s job is it to make sure the mine is operating legally? The answer to both questions is a classic case of governmental finger pointing and nonaccountability, leading to over six years of ongoing permit violations at the Foster Creek Pit with virtually no enforcement or repercussions for the mine operator. Foster Creek pit began in 1992, when former owner Donna Wallace applied for a mining permit from the Department of Natural Resources. The application clearly stated that the total area to be mined was 20 acres, with the remaining portion of the land to remain “existing pasture” and be “undisturbed.” In 2012, Eagle Cliff Northwest, LLC purchased the mining rights and took over the operations at Foster Creek Pit. Eagle Cliff began rapidly expanding the mining
operation, increasing the mined area more than 500% in the first year of ownership. By 2013, the Foster Creek Pit had expanded past the authorized permit boundary. The pit attracted the attention of DNR, who issued a notice of correction determining that the mine was operating in violation of state law. The notice of corrections threatened assessment of civil penalties or suspension of operation at the mine if the violations were not rectified within 60 days. The violations continued and DNR took no action. This is the first in a long series of governmental decisions which turned a blind eye to the issues at Foster Creek Pit and allowed the illegal operation of the mine to continue. In 2014, DNR required Eagle Cliff to submit a new mining permit application to correct “inconsistencies and deficiencies in the current permit.” But Eagle Cliff did not submit an acceptable application, and instead bulldozed ahead, rapidly expanding operation at the mine well over the 20 acre limit in violation of the permit. Eagle Cliff’s expansion of the mining operations also pushed mining operations into the floodway of the Cowlitz River in violation of the mine’s shoreline permit issued by Lewis County. The expansion resulted in stockpiling within the 100’ setback from the nearby Gee Cee Truck Stop septic drain field, again, violating the mining permit and also Department of Health requirements. By 2016, the Foster Creek Pit had been operating illegally beyond its permit boundary for three years, with no actual enforcement by DNR or Lewis County. No fines, no stop work order, no shut down of operations. Instead, DNR issued another toothless order
Welcome to the Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival
The Washington Bluegrass Association is putting on their annual event this coming weekend in Toledo and it’s guaranteed to be another successful event. The event is the 35th Annual Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival taking place August 9-11 at Toledo High School. Every year they draw crowds from all over the country and camp out at the high school or drive in for the day. The lineup this year See foster Page 9 is spectacular as always.
Friday performers begin with Mountain Honey who will start the event at 5:00 p.m., followed by Philip Steinmetz and His Sunny Tennasseans at 6:00 p.m., then Little Roy and Lizzy Show at 7:00 p.m., with the last performer for the evening being Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road as the headliner. First thing Saturday morning, you will find they have workshops from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., followed by a day of great
performers. At 10:30 a.m., Bank Scramble drawing for bands, then at 10:45 a.m. to noon bands play on indoor stage in 15 minute sets. Then at noon, each performer begins their show. Mountain Honey will start off the day at noon, then at 1:00 p.m. you can hear Phillip Steinmetz, followed by Little Roy and Lizzy Show at 2:00 p.m. The show continues at 3:00 p.m. with headliner See festival Page 7
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It’s going to be a beautiful week in Winlock, get out and enjoy the beautiful weather. A big thank you goes out to those volunteers who helped finish the bathroom at Winolequa Park in time for Pickersfest. They were able to finish them on the Thursday before the event. Several worked hard to get them ready for the big event. Thank you to all of those who helped. Winlock Timberland Regional Library All day, August 1 through 17, is the Downtown Scavenger Hunt. Pick up a scavenger hunt list from the library, gather your family to find the items, and information on the list. Search Winlock for items like the smallest house you can see, a blue flower, and a magazine or newspaper photo of someone with red hair. When you return the completed scavenger hunt, everyone in your family will receive a free book. August 9 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. is Little University Yoga. Activities to encourage literacy skills and selfexpression in children birth to age 6. We will rotate through yoga, dance, sensory play, and art projects with a class every Friday morning. Caregiver participation is required. August 13 from 5:00pm to 6:30 pm is Drawing and Sketching. Gain a solid foundation and understanding of the basics of drawing and become the artist you’ve always dreamed you could be! You’ll become familiar with paper types, drawing styles, and the basic principles of perspective, layout, lighting and more. If you have an interest in learning what it’s like to draw or would love to increase your current knowledge in the field this is the class for you. All supplies provided. Registration required. Sign up online or contact your library after July 23. This program is presented by Seniors Creating Art.
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Summer is definitely here, this week it’s going to be in the 70’s according to my little handy dandy weather map. That means it’s perfect weather to do whatever it is that you want to do. This is it! The big 35th annual Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival is this coming weekend. Head on down to Toledo High School to enjoy some of the best bluegrass music you will find in the area. If you haven’t been, it’s quite the event to watch. Hope to see you there! Our prayers go out to Jessie Hull and Rylee Birdwell who this past week both had brain surgery. The entire town of Toledo has been hanging banners, getting fundraisers going, etc. I am so impressed with Toledo’s sense of community. What a great city Toledo is! Here is the update on both young ladies: Rylee is slowly healing and fighting hard to regain all movement on her left side. She had another MRI and it shows there is a slight piece of the tumor that remains deep in her brain. The doctors will continue to monitor it and are confident that they can attack it with radiation or chemotherapy later down the road. There is a small blood clot that has formed on her brain from surgery and they are hoping it will slowly disappear with medication. Rylee is in good spirits and continues to be positive, she is one tough girl for sure! She will be having a brain scan today and we are hoping that the drain tubes will be removed by Sunday. Keep the prayers flowing our way as we are feeling them all! Jessie (Jessica) Hull back in June had a brain aneurysm and was rushed to Mary Bridge for surgery. They were not able to get all of it due to swelling so she will have another surgery. Then another surgery to remove the rest of the mass.
Vader News By Samantha Lovelady
Hey Vader! Hope everyone has enjoyed a great summer so far. Again as a polite reminder, there is a lot more pedestrian traffic in town. Drive slow, watch for kids and enjoy our nice weather while it lasts. WARNING WARNING MULTIPLE ACCIDENTS ON SOUTH MILITARY ROAD With 506 closed there has been A LOT more accidents. Drivers be safe, take your time and keep your eyes open. There has been serious accidents on both S. Military Rd and Old Westside Hwy. How many more before someone doesn't make it home? Please be safe Vader. Continued Prayers are needed for Connor Young. It looks like he will have a long recovery ahead of him. Connor we love you and you are in our thoughts and prayers as you navigate this recovery. Did you have a great time at the city sale? Hope all enjoyed the events. Thank you Judi for organizing ev-
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Our summer weather has been quite nice. Not oppressively hot and with enough moisture to keep lawns fairly green. A Burn Ban remains in effect and total rainfall for the year is below everage. The town-wide garage sales are coming up August 23 – 24. Pioneer Hall will be overflowing with great goodies and other sales will be all around town. The hog dogs and chili lunch will be served in community hall.This is a major fundraiser for the restoration of Pioneer Hall. The Red Hat ladies will gather at the café on Thursday at 2:00 p.m. for an afternoon of fun and games. Plans for an outing on the 22nd will be made at that time. Their motto is “All play and no work!” All ladies are invited. Friday night’s dinner at the café will be Gayla’s beef stroganoff with salad, veggie and a delectable dessert. The cost is $10 per person. Please call or text 360-749-1838 to make reservations by 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Plan to be seated at 5:00 p.m. Card bingo will be played this Sunday at the café at 6:30 p.m. Like the name says, it’s bingo played with cards and requires absolutely no skill. For $3, you get an evening of fun and some go home with more quarters than came with. Every Monday from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., the café serves the best burgers (beef, chicken or veggie), homemade soups and fresh salads. No reservations are needed. Open mic follows burgers this Monday at 7:00 p.m. A great and varied group of musicians (local and beyond) gathers to entertain an appreciative audience. The Senior Nutrition lunch menu for Tuesday the 13th is spaghetti, Caesar salad, broccoli Normandy and garlic bread. A $3 donation is requested of those over 60 and guests; $5 if younger. Call or text 360-355-7315 by 4:00 p.m. Monday to make reservations. erything. Council meetings! Be there! I was told there was a large turnout at the last meeting. It leads to change and your voices were heard. Maybe you had no idea and your voice wasn't heard? Come to the next one. Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month at 6:00 p.m. in city hall. See you at the next meeting on August 8 and 22. Sad that I missed the last two, but so proud of you Vader for showing up. Are you interested in volunteering in town? Contact Mayor Lois Wilson for more info. There are multiple volunteer positions and seats available. I have been told that the Park Board and Planning Committee are both in need of volunteers. May Day, May Day. Always on my brain. Contact Anita at the Little Crane for meeting info and to help make May Day great. Do you have something that needs to be featured? Email me at email@example.com with all questions and opinions.
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Olequa Senior Center Operating hours are Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Phone: (360) 785-4325 Olequa Senior Center Nutrition Lunch Menu: Today, Wednesday, August 7: BBQ chicken Friday, August 9: garden vegetable soup Wednesday, August 14: spaghetti and meatballs Nutrition meals are provided to adults 60 years and up with a suggested donation of $3 - $5, and served at noon sharp. Show up early to find your seat and make new friends. Live music every Wednesday here at the senior center from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Join us! Thursday, August 8: Join us for family Thursday! 11:00 a.m. all ages bingo. At noon, $5 lunch for all ages. We will be serving teriyaki chicken skewers, veggie yakisoba and Asian cucumber salad. Be sure to stick around for our ice cream social at 1:00 p.m. If you are 60 years or older, your first scoop
is free. Additional scoops and under 60 years is $2 per scoop. We also have 16 oz. root beer floats for $3 donation, milk shakes for a $3 donation and banana splits for a $5 donation. Monday, August 12 at 11:00 a.m.: Wellness with Dr. Zora. This week’s topic is gluten sensitivities and other food sensitives. When is an allergy not an allergy. This is open to the public. Donations are appreciated so that we can continue to offer this program. Please call if you would like to attend. Refreshments will be provided. Tuesday, August 13 Breakfast: home fry potatoes, toast, sausage and eggs for $5 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Open to the public. Breakfast always includes coffee and orange juice. SAIL Aerobics is open for registration again. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. $40 for a 10 week session. Come try your first twoclasses for free.
Toledo Senior Center We would like to thank everyone that donated and participated in our silent auction. It was a HUGE SUCCESS. Thank You from the bottom of my heart. These monies help pay the Lewis County Seniors Center's rent of $1700 each month. We are open from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on Monday through friday. Nutrition lunches are served every Wednesday and Friday at noon. These meals are sponsored by the AAA and the cost is a donation of $3 - $5 for those over 60 years of age. We appreciate your support. Reservations are required so call 360-864-2112 to reserve your meal. August 7: garden vegetable soup, Balsamic spinach salad, roast beef half-sandwich, and fresh apples. August 9: spaghetti & meatballs, green salad, fruit cocktail, cut green beans, and garlic bread. August 14: fish & chips, coleslaw, cornbread, and strawberry Jell-O with fruit. Cooks Choice Lunches are served every Monday and Thursday. These lunches are fund raisers and the cost is $6. No reservations are necessary. We start serving at 11:30 a.m.
It looks like we may have an instructor for a SAIL class or something similar here in Toledo. The class would be held on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:00 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. and runs for one hour. Stay tuned for more information. If you are interested call Diana at 360-864-2112. A reminder, when the weather gets hot, the centers are designated cooling stations. The center will remain open if the temps reach the high degrees three days in a row. Call 360-8642112 for more information. Our Monday, Wednesday, and Friday exercise class is now called Senior Exercise Class. Hopefully this will encourage you to come check us out and see that all stages of exercise is being done. Pam is still our teacher. Another reminder: in August we will be holding both our regular Pancake Breakfast on the 10th and then our Threshing Bee Breakfast on August 24. On August 22, we will be having a nutrition picnic lunch at the Kemp Olson Memorial Park in Toledo with Winlock. Call for Reservations (360) 864-2112.
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Napavine student taking a college course this summer By Melanie Langley Brandon Zandecki, a Napavine student, is taking a course at Centralia College before he begins Running Start in the fall semester. He’s currently taking an Algebra II class, which is a requirement for high school. The reason he’s doing this is because if he hadn’t taken it, he’d be making a trip back to Napavine every day in the next couple of semesters in order to finish out the requirement. He found out about this option when he was signing up for his quarter classes at Centralia College. He didn’t want to have to make the trip back to Napavine every day for just one class. He decided that taking the Algebra II course at the college would be the best option for him. He also decided that it was best to take it during the summer. Knowing this choice would sacrifice some of his summer, he still went through with it, since he viewed it as the best option. Brandon aims to earn his AA at the time of his high school graduation in the Spring of 2021. With that in mind, it’s easier to obtain it if he had completed Algebra II at the time he starts full-time Running Start. He explained that the class itself is much different than that of a high school class, that you go at your own pace, although there are subjects in the class
that need to be learned by a certain time. In general, the class is faster paced than a regular high school course. Another difference is the time it takes for him to complete the homework. The time it took him to complete homework for six classes in high school is the same amount of time it takes him to complete homework for the college class, which is 1-2 hours.
When asked if he recommended taking a college class during the summer or doing Running Start he said, “I recommend it to a select group of people; people who feel like they can keep up with the work. If you’re someone who doesn’t finish homework in time at high school or you find yourself easily sidetracked, this isn’t the best option for you.”
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Letters From the Editor Well Done Toledo For the past week, we have watched an entire community rally around two young ladies in Toledo. These two young ladies had brain surgery the same week and they are friends. I first received a call from Donna Wallace from Donna’s Place about Rylee Birdwell, letting me know she was going to do a fundraiser. The next day she called back with the information about Jessie Hull. It has turned into a fundraiser for both girls on September 7. As I was calling for advertising for an event in Toledo this week, one business said: “l want my ad to include #ryleestrong and #jessiestrong.” It struck me, I wonder if everyone wanted the same thing. As I called, I asked Toledo businesses if they wanted the hashtags and they were all unanimous “yes!” Before long I realized they were advertising to show these young women support not for the festival alone. Winlock businesses have also participated. Toledo is a community, it’s not just a town. Every business owner knew about these two young ladies. The businesses have banners up, they are doing what they can to show their support.
Toledo has a community spirit, it’s something incredible to watch. Toledo social media is never attacking people, instead, it shows support for their community over and over. Their volunteers are always looking for ways to work together, it’s never a power struggle. It’s a communitydriven by community volunteers who have one goal, make the community better. They don’t need individual credit because credit for the community helps the community as a whole. It’s something special to watch a community like Toledo. Their volunteer groups grow. If you attend Cheese Days you see this community spirit. It starts with the Cheese Day booklets, the support from all of Lewis County for Toledo is unbe-
lievable, the booklet says a lot about their volunteers. They have events for community members to participate in, not just watch. They draw a crowd like no other event in south county. If you watch the parade, several volunteers who were in it were applauded. As you look at the Town Crier this week, please look at the ads. Each of these businesses wanted to show their support for these young ladies. I was not able to get in touch with every business in town but I am sure the response would have been the same, “yes.” To watch an entire community come together for two young ladies brought tears to my eyes. Well done Toledo, well done! ~Lynnette Hoffman
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Photo by Washington Family Ranch Website Young Life campers enjoying a carnival game
Napavine students go to Young Life Summer Camp By Melanie Langley July 19-25 a group of Napavine students joined many other teens from Washington at the Washington Family Ranch Young Life Camp. Throughout the school year these students took part in fundraisers to raise money in order to attend, working with the Napavine Young Life Club leaders. Young
Life is a Christian ministry that works with and reaches out to middle school, high school and college-aged kids across the United States and more than 90 other countries in the world. While I did not go to this camp myself, I reached out to someone who did go, Bryce Ford. He is a fellow Napavine student and a good See camp Page 11
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to rectify deficiencies, again identifying Eagle Creek’s significant violation, requiring immediate submission of a new mining permit application, and threatening further civil and legal penalties, to include daily fines of $500 and potential legal action, if all deficiencies were not rectified within 60 days. Eagle Cliff attempted to submit the required new mining permit application its violation of the County shoreline permit and septic drain field setback made it impossible for Lewis County to sign off on Eagle Cliff’s
new application. Eagle Cliff continued to violate DNR’s order, and failed to submit a new completed permit application for the mine. But, did DNR finally step in to stop the ongoing illegal operation in the mind? Did Lewis County finally step in to enforce its shoreline permit and prohibit work in the floodway? No, in the meantime the county is pointing the finger at DNR and DNR is saying it is the county’s responsibility. Finally, in late 2018, almost five years after the Foster Creek pit first began operating illegally, Lewis
County finally issued a notice of violation and stop work order to Eagle Cliff for continued excavation in the floodway of the Cowlitz River. While it appears that Eagle Cliff has, for now, ceased work in the floodway, serious questions remain about why it took the county this long to act and why more active enforcement actions have not been taken by the county and the other responsible agencies. Eagle Cliff has been operating Foster Creek Pit illegally for over six years, has expanded the mine area to over 35 acres,
nearly double the maximum allowed under the mining permit. Meanwhile, responsible government agencies have taken no action to fine Eagle Cliff for its violation of the permit, or to prevent continued work outside the lawful permit boundary. Instead, Eagle Cliff has been rewarded for its illegal acts by mining in and profiting from, a larger excavation area than allowed under the permit, seriously impacting lives and property of surrounding neighbors like Scott Crossfield. Scott Crossfield who is on the hill right above the
mining site stated, “I have been living a nightmare for 7 years. I get little to no peace or quiet in my own home. Because of the rock crusher and beeping trucks. They are allowed to operate nonstop in an agricultural zone. No Lewis County citizens should have to endure this.” The drain field is owned by Gee Cee’s, Jim Wallace stated, “I am extremely concerned about the potential impact to our sewer drainfield. I appreciate Commissioners Stampers efforts and attention to this matter. Apparently, government agen-
cies aren’t able to enforce the permit requirements.” Commissioner Stamper continued, “The county is not doing their due diligence nor is the Department of Natural Resources. We are not trying to shut anyone down, we want it done correctly with permits. The mining is still continuing with no consequences by Lewis County or Department of Natural Resource.” What will it take for either government agency to take action and to make this mining operation operate in the 20 acres approved for mining?
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City of Napavine Napavine, Washington Notice of Application and of Public Hearing HEARING DATE: Monday, August 12, 2019 TIME: 6:00 p.m. LOCATION: City of Napavine Council Chambers 407 Birch Ave SW Napavine, WA 98565 SUBJECT: The City Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the applications of Peter Krahenbuhl (SimonCRE) for (a) Land Use Application for the construction of a retail store on a site zoned Commercial; and (b) a related Environmental Determination of NonSignificance, (DNS), under the State Environmental Policy Act, (SEPA). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Napavine has received applications for a Site Plan that provides for the construction of a commercial retail store. Pursuant to NMC 17.88.070, the City of Napavine established a comment period on said applications and scheduled a public hearing on the applications and the proposed development. 1. Case File Name/Number: Napavine Dollar General Retail Store. 2. Date of Application: May 2019. 3. Date Site Plan Application was deemed complete: June 2019. 5. Date of Notice of Complete Application: N/A. 6. Description of Proposed Project: Applicant proposes to construct a retail commercial building meeting the
requirements of the City of Napavine’s Commercial Services Zoning District. 7. Project permits included with the Applications: None. 8. Further studies requested by reviewing authorities: None. 9. Other permits not included in the Application: The Application does not include applications for or relating to building permits. 10. Existing environmental documents that evaluate the proposed project: SEPA Checklist by Applicant dated May 3rd, 2019; and Determination of Non-Significance by the City of Napavine dated July 29th, 2019. Said document(s) are available for review and comment in the same manner as described herein for the Applications. 11. The public has the right to comment on the Applications through testimony or written comments. The public has the right to receive notice of and to participate in any hearings; to request a copy of the decision once made; and to any appeal rights that may apply. 12. The deadline for submitting written comments is August 12th, 2019. Written comments received by the City on or before August 12th, 2019, will be considered by the City Planning Commission. 13. A consolidated staff report, the SEPA checklist, and the SEPA DNS will be available for inspection by the public at no cost beginning July 29th, 2019. 14. The deadline for submitting a SEPA appeal and/or any appeal of the final decisions on the substantive Applications is 30 days following final decision on the Applications. 15. Name and contact information for owner / applicant / applicant’s representative: Owner: Arnold Haberstroh & Gail Haberstroh Applicant: Peter Krahenbuhl, SimonCRE Representative: Charlie Severs, PE SCJ Alliance 212 N Tower Ave
Centralia, WA 98531 (360) 669-0700 16. Description of site: The proposed site is approximately 1.03 acres in size, vacant, with primarily grasses. 17. Maps of the subject property and area are provided below. 18. Information about the applications may be examined by the public from July 29th, 2019, through August 12th, 2019, at Napavine City Hall, 407 Birch Ave SW, Napavine, Washington, on business days between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (Note: Closed between 12:00 and 1:00) 19. The authority for this review is described in the Napavine Municipal Code (NMC) 17.28 C and C-1 Districts; NMC 17.88 Administration and Enforcement; NMC Title 18 Environment; NMC Title 12 Streets, Sidewalk and Public Places; and the 2017 City of Napavine Comprehensive Growth Management Plan 2003-2023 (as updated). The public hearing will be conducted in accordance with rules of procedure adopted by NMC 17.88070 and NMC 17.88.100. The final decision on the Applications will be made by the Napavine City Council. For further information, please contact Bryan Morris, Public Works/Community Development Director at (360) 262-9344. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED to attend this public hearing. Dated this 12th day of August, 2019. Bryan Morris Director of Public Works/Community Development Publish: August 7, 2019 85428
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