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County Council approves Orton Final decision on 182-acre Urban Growth Area amendment comes after hours of public testimony By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

The Pierce County Council unanimously passed the amendments to its Comprehensive Plan and along with it amendment U3a, the Orton Junction amendment to the city of

Sumner’s Urban Growth Area. The Seven Principles agreement between the City of Sumner, Cascade Land Conservancy and Orton Farms LLC was also voted in. The final vote came after more than two hours and two rounds of public testimony: one preceding the vote to add Amendment

U3a and the Seven Principles agreement to the Comprehensive Plan ordinance, and one preceding the vote on the ordinance itself. Advocates for both sides of the issue gave strong arguments from a myriad of angles. “Not only are these 126 acres prime agricultural land, but all of this land in Pierce County is prime agricultural land,� Tim Trehemovitch of FutureWise said. “It’s some of the best

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East Pierce Fire and Rescue Chief Jerry Thorsen leads the way into chilly Lake Tapps Saturday with a cannonball during the second Plunge Against Domestic Violence, sponsored by Exodus Housing of Sumner. Exodus Housing helps place victims of Domestic Violence in new homes. Presently they are working with 41 families in the region. Right, members of “Sanford’s Shark Shivers,� who won the team costume competition, exit the water after the jump. The event raised approximately $7,500.

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With an unexpected passage of a memo of understanding locking in a 5 percent contribution from landowners, a handful of Eastown property owners now have what they say they need to get other owners on board to help pay their share of a new sewer system. The total cost of the project is estimated to be approximately $4 million, making the contribution form property owners about $200,000. The council passed the measure 5-2 with Councilmembers Mark Hamilton and Tandy McKibbin voting against it. “What that means now is I can talk to the property owners with a little more certainty,� said Roger Watts, owner of Emerald Links Driving Range. Watts is listed as the managing member of the Eastown Sewer Development Association, LLC,

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Bonney Lake peaking storage tank leaking Staff Writer

Just four years after opening the 15 million gallon peaking storage tank off 96th Street, the city of Bonney Lake is preparing to send divers in to inspect the tank, which appears to be losing water at a fasterthan-expected rate. “It’s leaking more than a standard concrete tank should,” Public Works Director Dan Grigsby said Wednesday. The $6 million tank was opened in October 2007 and is designed to hold water for times when the draw on the city’s water system is more than the wells can produce, which Grigsby said happens approximately three weekends per year in the summer. Unlike the city’s four other storage tanks, the peaking storage tank is constructed of concrete, so some leakage was expected.

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“In any concrete tank, unlike a steel tank, water percolates through the concrete,” Grigsby said. But Grigsby said the amount of water seeping through the tank appears to be more than expected and divers will go into the tank and inspect the structure’s 60,000-square-foot footprint and the seals between the concrete sections. Grigsby said after cleaning the tank, the divers would squirt a dye into the water and follow it to see where there are leaks. “It’s more than normal, but is it more than is acceptable?” he said of the water loss. “That’s the question we have to figure out.” If leaks are found, the next step will be to decide what — if anything — can be done. “The question is how much can we fix this problem?” he said. “But first we have to figure out what the problem is.” Grigsby said the usual

warranty on a public works project is one year, meaning any repairs are on the city’s dime. But if flaws are found in either the design or the construction, the companies responsible may still be liable. The issue surfaced during the Oct. 25 city council meeting as the councilmembers discussed a contract to inspect the city’s water storage facilities. Grigsby said a finding from state health inspectors regarding the time since the tanks had been inspected prompted the city to put out a request for bids to inspect and clean the tanks. The state recommends water tanks be cleaned every five years. According to Grigsby, only two of the city’s tanks presently meet that standard. The contract approved at the meeting will cost the city $18,455. The money will come from the $35,000 water fund budget.

scrapbook supplies and projects. The school will provide table space and a die cut center. The event is sponsored by Ben Franklin Crafts, which will open a small store at the event, filled with Bonney Lake High School-themed supplies. There will also be light refreshments available for purchase. The event is scheduled for 5 to 11 p.m., Nov. 19

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Bonney Lake council candidates in their own words Staff Writer

Election day is right around the corner and while the majority of races in Bonney Lake are uncontested this year, there is a single head-to-head matchup featuring a longtime political activist and a member of the city’s planning commission for one of the two open seats on the council. Quinn Dahlstrom, who has been active in city politics for a long time is facing off against Katrina Minton-Davis, a member of the planning commission and chair of the SumnerBonney Lake Relay For Life committee. The Courier-Herald sent each candidate the fol-

lowing questions. Their answers are printed below. Tell us a bit about yourself; What do/did you do for a living? What experience do you have that qualifies you for this position? Quinn Dahlstrom: I am a Retired Freight Auditor and Freight Customer Service Rep. I also served in the US Navy 45 years ago, great training in how to work and get along with people. As a Customer Service Rep I had to deal with clients and carriers and get their bills paid — lots of tact had to be used and a great attitude. Katrina Minton-Davis: I work as a sales representative for a living. My experience as a leader in the

community is what qualifies me for this position. I have been the president of the Bonney Lake Chamber of Commerce, I have been the event chairperson for the Bonney Lake Sumner Relay For Life, and have volunteered for a number of roles in the community. I am also currently on the Bonney Lake Planning Commission and am aware of many of the challenges the city is facing right now. In addition to those things, I believe I am the best “fit� with the current City Council. We need to figure out how to work together to do what is in the best interests of the citizens and not spend valuable time making unnecessary critical comments. It’s time to take

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a council member, what will be your priorities if budget cuts are necessary and how would you recommend dealing with the shortfalls? Q.D.: I am not an accountant, but I am a homeowner and had to handle the household budget for the past 45 years. I would need to find out in what direction the Mayor thinks the cuts should be made and weigh in on what will do harm to the citizens and what will not. K.M.: Falling revenues is an issue facing all of us. Hard decisions have to be made. I’m not afraid of having to make those decisions. It’s difficult to say where cuts could be made without looking closely at the budget. Priority should be placed on public safety and essential services. The city council is presently pursuing a Utility Latecomer’s Agreement with Eastown property owners as a way to install a sewer system in that section of the city. Do you agree with this plan? Why or why not? If not, what do you think is the better method?

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action instead of pointing fingers at others. Why do you want to be on the city council? Q.D.: 2001 started my desire to be on the councilhowever it was for all the wrong reasons. Now I have learned through being on the planning commission for eight-and-a-half years what it entails to be a good commissioner and I don’t see how the council can be far from that — except my vote will be for the better of the community. The citizens are the city — and they have depended on me in the past — and I will try to do what I can do for them in the future. K. M.: I want to be on the City Council so that I can help to shape the future of Bonney Lake. I’ve been on the Planning Commission for 6 years and have had the pleasure of reviewing and recommending items to the city council. It’s time to take the next step and be the decision-maker. Bonney Lake is a great place to live and I want to make it even better. The top issue facing Bonney Lake, like all cities, is falling revenues. As

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Q.D.: The council has been on this same track for a long time. I think it is a good idea in that all that comes into the area will wind up paying their full share of the sewer costs. This could eliminate the present sewer owners (citizens and businesses on sewer) to get their investment back. K.M.: There are a couple of questions to ask here. First, can the city afford this? We’ve already said that the city is experiencing falling revenue. Where will the funds to install a sewer system come from? The second question, is how is this benefitting Bonney Lake citizens? It will help the Eastown property owners, but I don’t see how it will benefit the rest of the citizens. My opinion would be to wait for a developer to come forward that is ready and willing before spending funds that the city may not recoup for decades. The city is presently working with the YMCA to build a facility in the former WSU Demonstration forest. Do you support this process? Why or why not and what would you do differently? Q.D.: I do not support the YMCA in the City of Bonney Lake. From what I have read through public record and heard on council meeting tapes this is costing the citizens of this city big bucks. The YMCA is a business. We do not support other businesses in this city in the same way by giving them land or giving them $1.3 million dollars to build a business. If we are going to spend that kind of money to build a center for the citizens of our city it should be a community center which is owned and operated by the citizens. K.M.: Yes, I support building a YMCA on the property acquired from Quadrant in the WSU forest for several reasons. First, the YMCA will manage the facility and those that use it will also be the ones paying for the management of it. Second, the YMCA will maintain the facility and plans for improvements. Public facilities often become run-down and obsolete because they are not funded and maintained. Third, facilities that are publicly funded operate at a loss and the city would have to continue to dump

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County councilman delivers baby himself at home Staff Writer

After nine months, Lily Josephine Roach apparently had waited long enough. The latest member of Pierce County Councilman Dan Roach’s family arrived Oct. 21 and in a hurry, pressing her father into service to deliver the baby himself at home. “It just happened a whole lot faster than we were expecting,� Roach said with a laugh. According to Roach, his wife Melanie Roach, who runs Roach Gymnastics and is a former

Olympic weightlifter, went into “The midwife was not going labor with the couple’s fifth child to be anywhere near,� Roach said at about 12:30 a.m. Friday. Roach said the couple decidRoach said he called parameded to give birth at ics and tried to home using a midconvince himself “It just happened a wife, but with their he was not going usual midwife out- whole lot faster than to have to deliver of-town, he placed we were expecting.� his own daughter, a call to a backup but even as they Dan Roach waited for the proin Chehalis and she immediately startfessionals to arrive, ed on her way. Roach began getHowever, it soon became clear ting advice from the dispatchthat little Lily had no intention of er who talked him through the waiting the 90 minutes or so for birth. the couple’s midwife to arrive and Roach said he kept the disstarted out on her own. patcher on speaker phone, talking

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OBITUARIES Buckley resident Alan Gabriel Stevens, 57, died Oct. 22, 2011, in Tacoma. He was born April 20, 1954, in Port Hueneme, Calif., and spent most of his life in Ta c o m a a n d Japan. He owned a n d operated his own trucking Gabriel Stevens company and landscape company. He enjoyed fishing and boating, but most of all he loved spending time with his children and grandchildren. He is survived by wife Karen P. Stevens of Buckley; daughters: Michelle Fast and husband Christian of Puyallup, Stephanie McGee and husband Marcus of Lake Stevens, Wash., and Jacqueline Stevens of Tacoma; stepsons Bill Kirsch and wife Jona of Bonney Lake and Craig Kirsch of Federal Way, Wash.; brother Michael Stevens and wife Sandy of Yorktown, Va.; sister Suzanne Stevens and partner Tom of Tahuya, Wash.; and 14 grandchildren.

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Craig Ryan Stover died Oct. 20, 2011. He was born March 9, 1954, in Spokane, Wash. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War, having earned numerous medals and military honors. He is remembered for his loving and giving nature. He is survived by partner Terry Routtu; daughter Lindsey Rae of California; sisters Tina and Lisa; and brothers Richard and Brian. At his request, no services are planned, but there will be a wake. For infor-

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him through the birth as nature took its course. “It was just really fast,� he said. Three minutes after the 7-pound, 6-ounce, 20-inch Lily was born, the paramedics arrived. “They said ‘great job,’ and I was like, ‘I’m glad you’re here!� he said with a relieved laugh. Roach said he stayed calm during the delivery and placed his new daughter on his wife’s chest, but said the scariest part was worrying about any complications, though luckily both mother and daughter are both happy and healthy.

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When the best option is adoption Imagine my son’s delivery room. He has just been born, and our family is huddled together with the love, warmth and security that only a mother and father can provide. I wish it had been that way, but I wasn’t there. I couldn’t be there. I chose to work in an Alaskan fishing village while my son was being born so I wouldn’t have to see him being given to another family. November is National Adoption Month and I chose this opportunity to write to you about the toughest and best decision I’ve ever made. It’s a complicated story. Brennan Purtzer After graduatPublisher ing high school, I moved to Maui for college. My best lady-friend moved in with me and we soon fell in love. We were careless and for my 19th birthday I learned I would become a father. We were 18, unmarried, dependent and without health care. We were also strangers in an expensive tropical land, largely unknown to us. It felt like all we had was each other. I’d never made up my mind about my stance on abortion, but she had. She was Catholic, and would never consider it; she would rather die herself. I was greatly torn, stunned by the reality of the situation, and hoped my trouble would dissolve itself somehow. I don’t know how the option of adoption came into consideration, but I soon began to spend whole days thinking about it. It struck me that my problem with becoming a father was that it would only be an illusion. In my situation, I would be working full-time and dropping out of college to be a “father,� and in return I would never have any time to enjoy my child. This was something I could not accept. I wanted to be an attentive father,

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We need a fresh approach to education As I prepare to head back to Olympia on Nov. 28 for a 30-day special legislative session, how we educate our children in light of the budget situation has been on my mind. This month, I attended the 2011 National Summit on Education Reform held in San Francisco. There were nearly 750 attendees from states around the country sharing ideas on how to transform education, state by state, to make sure our kids receive a 21st-century education. Of the many topics of discussion, there was a focus on school accountability, incentivizing student achievement, retaining the best teachers, and expanding choices for parents and students. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who passed meaningful reforms that led to real results in his state, was

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Letter Not everyone in the 99 percent supports the ‘Occupy’ protesters Mr. Brian Beckley’s column (Our Corner, Oct. 26) seems to be an attempt to convince the readers that we should all support the Occupy Wall Street movement. He relates to their cause because he has seen his wages stagnate “while the rich continue to get richer.� In two weeks, I will mark the second anniversary of my becoming unemployed and given this elimination of wages, I do not relate to these protesters. Mr. Beckley clearly wants to increase taxes on the rich. Let’s be clear. If we raise taxes on the richest 1 percent to a 100 percent tax rate, we couldn’t even cover President Obama’s 2010 deficit, let alone reduce the outstanding debt which is a huge impediment to economic stability and job

in the education system. Why is this important? For one, the state constitution tells state leaders that education is the state’s “paramount duty.� Second, we can no longer afford to send more money out to schools without the accountability to know that what we are spending is fostering a better learning environment and to make sure dollars spent in the classroom are being used as efficiently as possible. We need to take a look at what is working around the nation – new ways of achieving even greater goals for our students. One solution may be to meet all students at their academic level by providing some digital, or technologydriven, learning solutions in the class-

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creation. Mr. Beckley says we have to appreciate the energy of the protesters and the “attention they are bringing to the issue of wealth inequality.� I do not appreciate thugs who oppose the police and scream at anyone who dare disagree with them. I do not appreciate dope-smoking anarchists who think it is their First Amendment right to urinate and defecate on private property or in public parks. I do not appreciate young people using profanity on television as they scoff at the idea of taking a minimum wage job. I’d appreciate a minimum wage job right now and hopefully someone will appreciate the energy I’d put into that position. From an income standpoint, I am one of the 99 percent but my affiliation with these socialist utopian brats ends right there. I am in with a group of real Americans who have yet to organize and I do not know what our percentage is. I know we believe in self-reliance. I know we’d appreciate a hand up but not a hand out (I never filed for unemploy-

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LETTER FROM 6 ment). We expect our government to protect us and provide for things that we cannot provide for ourselves such as roads and bridges. We expect to provide most

that “more money equals a better educational outcome for students.� We must revisit how we reward teachers for their success and how we integrate technology in the classroom for a more individualized education. Together, these ideas and others could be a recipe for greater success at lowering the dropout rate and closing the achievement gap. Legislators understand difficult choices will be on the table when the Legislature convenes next month, but as we look for savings and efficiencies at every level of government, I hope we start looking at new ideas that don’t cut education funding but, rather, maximize it. Rep. Cathy Dahlquist represents the 31st Legislative District.

of the rest for ourselves and we are confident that we could do so in a free market, unfettered, capitalist society. Mr. Beckley indicates he was prompted to write this piece after reading a Facebook post from one of his “lefty-leaning� friends.

After reading his op-ed a couple times, I am convinced he is a lefty-leaning ideologue trying to convince us by using a thinly veiled populist bend to his message.

CORNER FROM 6 like mine had been, more than anything in the world, and that would not be possible under these circumstances. Then I thought of others like me. I thought of good men, who pained in frustration for the chance to raise children — the way I pained. After that, I couldn’t even think of abortion. I couldn’t imagine denying that pleasure of fatherhood to any man, as I was being forced to deny it to myself. So I made my decision; I made the right one. Today I feel it was the right choice in every way. I am reminded of how good a choice it was every time I receive a picture in the mail, hear my son’s voice on his birthday, or get to give him a big squeeze when I visit his adoptive family in Colorado. The adoption didn’t cost us anything. In fact, the adoptive parents, whom we selected personally from one of the many open adoption Web sites that exist, actually helped us pay our bills after my angel got to the point where she couldn’t work anymore. Adoption needs to be considered more seriously by young people because it

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room. This would free up class time by allowing those students competent in a particular area to move ahead, freeing teachers to help students who need more instruction. Technology in the classroom can bring down costs and allow teachers to spend more time with kids who need the extra instruction most. The fact is school district employees’ salaries on average make up 85 percent of school district budgets. This leaves just 15 percent of school budgets that are continually being cut. At this point, I believe there is nothing left to cut in that 15 percent without eroding student learning and per-

formance. Another solution may be to offer pay incentives to those teachers that have proven they make a difference in student achievement. While a complicated proposal, any such measure that would have to be carefully negotiated to ensure the best and brightest teachers are recognized and rewarded fairly in school districts statewide. Setting benchmarks for our education system and sticking with the standards we set is critical. We begin by deciding the outcomes we want, and then work backward to what changes must be made to achieve those goals. Our budget reality dictates the status quo is no longer acceptable and that we must set aside the notion

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BL COUNCIL FROM 4 money into it. The YMCA is able to maintain the facility without assistance from the city. We need to have more “family-friendly� facilities and activities for our children and the YMCA is an excellent option. According to national standards, Bonney Lake is lacking in park lands. City staff is presently working on a proposal for a metropolitan parks district. Do you support this and what do you think is the best way to address this issue? Q.D.: Once again I am not in support of a metropolitan parks district at this time. I think this should go to the vote of the people. K.M.: Yes, I think a metropolitan park district is a great option. First, because it goes to the people for a vote. If approved, a board of directors will manage the park district and make decisions on how the funds will be dispersed. What can the city council do to help spur development in the city? Q.D.: I agree with a statement by the city administrator a few months back, when he asked the council to lower the impact fees to start off with, so that businesses can build and then

pay the rest of their impact fees a year or two later. I do realize that a business can go out of business within a year, however a new business surely will replace what is there and the fees will be recuperated sooner or later. The economy is in dire straights right now and whatever we can offer the developers would be better than standing solid and not giving an inch. K.M.: The city council can do a number of things to spur development in the city. However, because of the economic situation, it will be difficult to see immediate results. The city council should be the No. 1 cheerleaders and sales people for the city. And, there needs to be a balance between the impact fees associated with development and the necessary improvements that go along with new development. Why should voters chose you over your opponent? Q.D.: I have had the city as my main concern since I moved here 34 years ago. Yes, I have spoken out against things that I have felt were not fair--but I have supported this community in many ways since moving here. I was a Girl Scout leader and shaped many of the young ladies that are now living in this community. I was on the Park

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A recap of your Sumner races By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Don’t forget: Pierce County election ballots are due Tuesday and will include ballots for four Sumner City Council positions and two Sumner School Board seats. It is Pierce County’s first all-mail general election. SUMNER CITY COUNCIL Council Pos. 4 Nancy Dumas: Challenger running on platform of new blood, environmental conservation and preservation of Sumner’s small town appeal. Jon Swanson: The incumbent appointed to Matt Richardson’s vacant seat earlier this year. Running Board for a short period. I was given the opportunity to be on the Planning Commission and I worked hard with the other six members to go forth with our city and do the research for the Council. I will continue to research and work hard to keep the citizens informed. The Mayor and his staff have done a great job at doing that in the newspapers and the Weekly Mayor’s Report; I want to do that with a council report informing the citizens as to why the coun-

on platform of dedicated service to city, and economic development. Council Pos. 6 Curt Brown: Incumbent and lifelong Sumner resident. Has said he is interested in preserving Sumner’s traditions of parades and festivals. Would like to see more sidewalks and a completed trail system. Melony Kirkish: Challenger with a background in urban planning and design. Said she would like to lend her design expertise to consideration of development issues in the city. Council Pos. 7 Mike LeMaster: One of two challengers in the race for Leroy Goff’s seat. Is for prudent fiscal management of the city’s budget and

cil made the decision they have made. I have always been available to citizens, business owners and even developers to help them with the knowledge that I possess and point them in the right direction to take care of their concerns. I do not plan to stop. K.M.: I believe I am the best candidate for Bonney Lake. I have the leadership experience and skills. I have passion for this city. And I have a logical and level-headed approach to decision making. My opponent often times will use offensive language in her messages. She is critical of our city officials and makes unnecessary personal attacks on them as well as on city staff. Although

effective management of Sumner’s growth. Joe Gerace: Gerace has remained out of the spotlight in the runup to the election. His background is in law enforcement and private business, and he said during April interviews for appointment to Richardson’s former seat that he would like to lend representation to Sumner’s north end residents. Deputy Mayor and Councilwoman Cindi Hochstatter will be on the ballot, but she is running unopposed. To comment on this story, view it online at www.blscourierherald. com. Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@ courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

she is often critical of how the city spends money, she regularly requests public documents. In the last 12 months, the city has provided her with 7,093 pages in response to her requests. An estimation of the cost of these requests is conservatively $350 per month for emails between the city administrator and the mayor. She refused to talk to The News Tribune’s editorial board. She refused to attend a debate hosted by The Courier-Herald because it was held at a church. Is this who you want representing you? Is there anything else you’d like to say? Q.D.: Thanks again, guys! K.M.: Finally, my oppo-

nent has been critical of myself because I work with the Mayor in my job as a private citizen. This is true. Our Mayor did hire me to work with him at his job that supports his family. Many don’t know that as our mayor, he only makes about $800 per month. By hiring me to work with him, I see it as a major vote of confidence. He has also endorsed my campaign. When it comes to decisions for the city of Bonney Lake, I am not paid by my employer to make decisions in anyone’s favor. I will be representing you, the citizens of Bonney Lake, when decisions have to be made. To comment on this story view it online at www. blscourierherald.

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Sumner man Mitchell Trimm was fatally struck by a Burlington Santa Fe Railroad engine Oct. 22 on Main Street, after leaving The Silo bar and restaurant. The body was found at 1:30 a.m. City police and the railroad company are investigating the potential causes of the incident, and whether it was an accident or suicide. The bartender told police Trimm seemed in good spirits when he left the establishment.

EASTOWN FROM 1 a new corporation formed by four property owners as a way to speak to the city and council with a single voice, something the council has been urging for months. Watts said the four founding property owners, which includes Dean Ogle, Bob Stobie and former city councilman David Bowen, founded the corporation to provide the city a single partner in the sewer process, instead of myriad owners, though Watt said any property owner who wants to be part of the sewer agreement can become a partner. “We are representing the property owners,� Watt said. “It will be all the property owners that chose to participate.�

Additionally, police attempting to determine or rule out premeditated suicide look for signs of finality in the deceased’s life, such as using final days to put affairs in order or leaving behind a note with goodbyes or instructions. In contrast, Trimm was preparing for the future. He had been promoted at work, bought a truck, and was planning a trip with friends, his father told police. Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@ courierherald.com or 360-8252555 ext. 5060.

Watt said he has in the past spoken to all of the Eastown property owners and approximately 80 percent are interested in contributing to the swear project, but were worried about their share of the cost and wanted to know more about the deal. The memo of understanding, which was made an action item and passed during the Oct.18 city council workshop, makes clear that the owners share of the cost will be limited to 5 percent, the minimum allowed by city code. Several council members in the past have spoken of a larger contribution by property owners, stoking concern about just how much money they will need to come up with to get things moving, but the new memo of understanding makes it

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People in the Bonney Lake, Sumner and Puyallup region raised $3,400 in October for veterans adjusting to civilian life. Now Outward Bound for Veterans wants them to dig a little bit deeper to raise at least $600 more. Outward Bound is a program to help returning soldiers transition back into civilian life. “Thousands of of veterans, hardened by the realities of war, regularly struggle to readjust to

clear. “We now know it will include us partnering and the level of participation is 5 percent,� Watt said. “This gives us some of that assurance.� The city council has been pursuing a Utility Latecomers Agreement as a method to install a sewer system in Eastown. The city’s policy has been to let development pay for development, but property owners say they cannot sell their land because of a requirement that sewer lines be installed. Instead, the council and the property owners have been working toward the ULA, which will allow the city to pay for the majority of the up-front costs of installing a system and then be paid back through charges as new buildings

civilian life and face mental illness, drug and alcohol abuse, failed personal relationships and unemployment,� wrote Laurie Miller, the Community Sales Leader for Willow Gardens and a regional affiliate of Outward Bound. “Often times, veterans need our support more than ever as they transition back home.� The program is taught by veterans who have successfully transitioned back into civilian life, Miller said. The hope is that returning soldiers will connect with someone who has been

are constructed. The memo of understanding is a non-binding agreement and is not a contract. The property owners will need to deliver their share of the money before any additional work is undertaken by the city. “This is not the latecomer’s agreement,� Public Works Director Dan Grigsby clarified at the meeting. “This is the only way you can bargain as a city council,� said city attorney Jim Dionne before the vote. The council applauded the group’s efforts to form a corporation and said those who voted in favor of the agreement said this would allow the property owners to see if they could come up with the money. Watt said the plan is to adjust each property own-

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er’s contribution to the total based on the percentage of their acreage in the 165acre Eastown area. Watt said the biggest question is the Compass Pointe property, located near the middle of the Eastown on the north side of state Route 410, which is presently in foreclosure. But Watt said he was optimistic about getting es New stitotlck - in rder or preo 0% always 2t! off lis

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other owners on board . “(Oct. 18) was a step in the right direction,� watt said. “Now we’re going to try to put the transaction together.� To comment on this story view it online at www. blscourierherald. Reach Brian Beckley at bbeckley@ courierherald.com or 360825-2555, ext. 5058

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Let ‘er rip! An East Pierce Firefighter shows Lute Schoen how to operate a lever-operated fire hose at East Pierce Fire and Rescue’s 18th Annual Open House, Oct. 1. Considering the mischief in Lute’s eyes, one can only speculate on the identity of the poor sap he’s soaking out of frame.

Best seat in the house George Schoen is clearly the master of all he surveys, riding high atop Brian Buchanan’s shoulders. They are accompanied by Stacy Buchanan for a family snapshot. Well... Brian and Stacy are participating in the snapshot, anyway. The Mighty George is above such mortal frivolities!

Good ice cream, huh? Lute Schoen dives headfirst into a scoop of chocolate ice cream. And look: it’s an edible sugar cone! Enjoy this now, kid; you only have five, maybe six, years until the window closes on showing this much enthusiasm for dessert.

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The entire Bonney Lake High girls team will be moving on to Saturday’s 3A state cross country meet. The team finished sixth overall in the qualifying meet at American Lake Golf Course in Lakewood Saturday to claim the final team berth with 166 points. “The competition at the girls end of things was unbelievable at American Lake,� Bonney Lake coach Andrew Foster said. Spearheading the BLHS effort was Marie Wilson, who turned in a clutch 10th-place individual posting, leaning across the finish line at 19 minutes, 35 seconds. Not far behind was Sierra Espinal in 19th place with a time of 20:18; Haley Theriault, 34th, 21:01; Madisen Liddle, 43rd, 21:27; and Mekenzie Voellger, 60th, 22:19. On the boy’s side of the equation, Nolan Weber earned a state trip. He zipped across the stripe at 17:16, good for 29th place. The top 30 individuals qualified for Saturday’s big show on Pasco’s Sun Willows Golf Course.

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It’s all over Panther postseason for Spartans dreams lanced, 62-14 By Kevin Hanson

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The curtain closed on the Sumner Spartans’ football season Friday night, putting an end to a disappointing season. With a 30-7 loss to the playoff-bound White River Hornets, Sumner finished with an overall mark of 3-6, including a 2-5 record in South Puget Sound League play. After opening the season on an impressive note, winning two of three games, the injury-plagued Spartans dropped five of their final six. Friday night’s season finale, played at Sunset Chev Stadium, saw the visiting Hornets jump out to a 14-0 halftime lead. That’s when the Spartans made things interesting, slicing the margin when Lokahi

Kamau scored on a 14-yard touchdown gallop. But that would be the end of the Spartan celebrating. White River tacked on two more touchdowns and a late safety rounded out the night’s scoring. The Spartans managed to run for 229 yards but were held to just 66 through the air, for a total of 295. White River accounted for nearly 400 yards to total offense, running for 264 and passing for another 120. White River’s season continues with a Friday night contest against Interlake of the KingCo 3A/2A Conference. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. in Buckley.

When Bonney Lake visited Harry Lang Stadium Friday to tussle with the front-running Lakes Lancers, the No. 2-ranked 3A football team in the state, there was only going to be one possible outcome and it wasn’t going to be pretty. A talented Bonny Lake bunch watched its aspirations for landing in the second season fade into oblivion against an opportunistic 9-0 Lancer crew that was not a very cordial host. The Lancers delivered a 62-14 dismantling of BLHS that dropped the Panthers to 2-3 in league action and ended any hope that Bonney Lake would still be playing football in November. “I am not going to mince any words. It sucks to be done already,� Bonney Lake

boss Chad Barrett said. “But we were a young squad that came into their house and simply made too many mistakes. You just can’t do that if you want to be a winner.� In the opening quarter, Bonney Lake capped an efficient scoring drive with an 8-yard dart to Kaleb Zahnow delivered by Chris Brown, the South Puget Sound League 3A’s leading passer. Things began to unravel for the Panthers as Lakes pilfered two Brown aerials and returned them for scores early in the second stanza. Additionally, Bonney Lake fumbled the ball in its own end zone and a Lakes defender alertly pounced on the loose pigskin for another Lancer score. The mistakes were

piling up and the score at intermission was 49-7. The game degenerated into a blowout in the second half as Bonney Lake had another interception returned for a touchdown and Lakes went into its ground and pound rushing attack. The Panthers scored in the late going on a 1-yard plunge by Nathaniel Steinhauer. Panther kicker Austin Curtis legged through his second PAT of the evening and the scoring was crystalized at 62-14. “Lakes showed us that we are a young team with a number of things to work on in the offseason,� Barrett said. “I think we will be OK next year, though. We just have to develop a running game to compliment our passing attack and become more balanced.�

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Tanner will go to state By John Leggett Staff Writer

At the state-qualifying cross country meet Saturday, Sumner High’s contingent proved cross country is indeed a team sport. Saturday’s meet covered a 3.1-mile course at American Lake Golf Course in Lakewood. Working cohesively as a unit, Sumner’s female harriers wove in and out the throng of runners and qualified their squad for Saturday’s state meet at Pasco’s Sun Willows Golf Course. Crossing the finish line first for SHS was

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Panthers’ postseason begins tonight By Kevin Hanson Editor

With the regular soccer season now just a memory, the Bonney Lake Panthers turn their attention to postseason play. The second season gets under way tonight, Wednesday, with a series of subdistrict games. Taking part are squads from the South Puget Sound League

2A, Seamount League and Bremerton High. The Bonney Lake girls, who finished the regular season 14-2 overall and 8-2 in SPSL 2A play, open with a game beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Harry Lang Stadium in Lakewood. The opponent will be one of the Panthers’ familiar victims, the Peninsula Seahawks, who finished as the No.

5 squad in the SPSL 2A. Bonney Lake wound up as the No. 2 seed. The loser will be done for the season, while the winner advances to West Central District play. The Panthers finished the regular season with a pair of shutouts– a 4-0 victory over Peninsula Oct. 26 and a 3-0 win Oct. 25 at Enumclaw. Scoring

BLHS Soccer goals at Peninsula were Emily Richmond, Jessyka Sekra, Madison Adams and Andrea Bowman. Against Enumclaw, goals were delivered by Gabby Robinson, Carly Mingo and Adams. Goalkeeper Madi Lowry earned the shutout in both games.

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Spartans end season with shutouts By John Leggett Staff Writer

Sumner High’s soccer squad wrapped up its untarnished 12-0 regular season with a pair of shutouts, winning 5-0 and 4-0 against Steilacoom and Franklin Pierce last week and earning a bye in the first round of the upcoming playoffs. The Spartans’ second season will get under way at 3 p.m. Saturday at Renton’s Memorial Stadium against an opponent that had not been determined at press time. Su m ner hosted Steilacoom Oct. 25 and pulverized the Sentinels 5-0, with Alex Hoyt and Jamie Lange sharing the shutout in goal.

Megan Fenton broke the scoring ice at the 8 minute juncture and the Spartans never looked back, receiving additional tallies by Tayler Holtman, Kaylie Rozell, Sarah Carter and Rachel Stowell. Thursday, at Franklin Pierce, Rozell recorded a hat trick and Krista Morford

added a goal. Hoyt and Lange shared responsibility in goal. Sumner not only clinched the SPSL 2A soccer crown, but did not relinquish a goal in the month of October, winning a halfdozen league meetings by shutout.

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place finish at 21:47 and Natasha Wilson was 35th at 21:56. The Spartan boys won’t be making the excursion east to participate as a team, but Coltin Tanner cracked the top 25 to qualify as an individual. He finished in 21st place with a time of 17:13.

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Panthers co-champions of SPSL 3A During this streak, Bonney Lake defeated last year’s champion Lakes, three seasons undefeated. Wins for the Panthers came from second singles player Brody Fitzsimmons 6-0, 6-1, the third doubles team doubles Nick Scott and Colton Moroles 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 and a must have

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tie-breaker win from the second doubles team of Spencer Workman and Sam Davidson, 6-4, 7-6 (10-8) Finishing out the season Oct. 18, the Panthers had a do-or-die match against Auburn Mountainview. It was Senior Night and with a completely senior line up, Bonney Lake defeated the Lions 3-2 securing their place at the top of the league. The Panthers picked up wins at second singles from

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The Spartan swimmers came in second place at the SPSL 2A League Championships at Henry Foss High School Friday. In all, SHS earned 308 points. Fife High School won the championship with 407

2:11.25, respectively. Hendricks and Elizabeth Martin took the top two spots of the 50 freestyle with 25.27 and 27.57, respectively. Munger took first place in the 100 butterfly with 1:03.21. Hendricks was first in the 100 freestyle with a 55.53.

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The tourney began with a loss to Peninsula. Bonney Lake then beat Decatur before squaring off against Enumclaw, which won with

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Spartan setters pass on to WCD By John Leggett Staff Writer

A young and ambitious Sumner High volleyball squad split in subdistrict action at Washington High School Saturday and will be moving on to West Central District play this weekend – again at Washington High – where its initial match up will come against the host Patriots at 5 p.m. Friday. The SHS volleyballers got off on the right foot Saturday morning, stonewalling Evergreen High of the Seamount League in three straight sets 25-7, 25-8, 25-13. The victory moved the Spartan girls to the winner’s bracket and they next encountered Sequim. The hungry Wolves won 25-10, 25-16, 25-14.


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welcome to our CENTENNIAL

OPEN HOUSE Join us November 1-7

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Special Celebration Saturday, Nov. 5 Join us for food, fun, drawings & prizes at main dealership. Special prizes for: Coming with your pre 1986 Chevy Coming with a tricked-out Chevy

Special award for: Best Chevy Picture

Most people don’t know that my father Art starting selling Chevys in 1955. Some of my first pictures included a 1955 Chevy Station Wagon. Bring in a favorite picture of your Chevy. We’ll copy it and post it on our bulletin board for everyone to see. Better yet, drive in your favorite Chevy and join us for fun and prizes. It’s not everyday you celebrate 100 years!

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Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier-Herald, November 02, 2011  

November 02, 2011 edition of the Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier-Herald

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