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Following a mandatory hand recount of every ballot, incumbent Ed Egan on Friday was certified the winner of the Fire District 22, Position No. 4 race, besting Pat McElligott by just 16 votes. The original machine count of the election has the two candidates separated by 22 votes, or

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and an 8 percent increase in 2016. Swatman said he felt the amount for next year was low and applied a 6 percent increase across the board, which he said he felt was possible because all that was needed was slight inflation and slight growth. Swatman’s calculations raised the estimated sales tax revenue from $3,519,306 to $3,730,464. The additional revenue would cut the budget gap approximately in half. The rest would be achieved through cuts, though Swatman said he would leave it to the administration to find where those cuts could come from. Most of the council agreed with Swatman in concept, but felt it was too late in the process to change the budget and that the administration should be given a chance to save money like they did in 2011. “We had a two-year plan we agreed to and they’re beating it,� Councilmember Jim Rackley said. “They saved $400,000 this year they were going to spend. That’s why I don’t want to mess with the biennial budget as passed.� Rackley said beginning in 2013, he would like to see the budget balanced, but said using the fund balance in times of economic uncertainty was the right move. “We knew these were extraordinary times,� he said. The 2011-12 city bien-

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the process of hand recounting the ballots Monday and continued all day long through the week. Egan, 69, lives in Edgewood and is a former safety manager with Weyerhaeuser. He thanked the community for voting for him as well as his family and friends for supporting him through the campaign and the lengthy ballot-counting process and said he looks forward to continuing to serve the community. “I have nothing but the highest regard for our professional and volunteer firefighters,� he said. “I intend to be out there lis-

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It’s my party and I’ll lie if I want to Last week we got a phone call from a law firm in Washington, D.C., asking for a copy of a story written by Dannie Oliveaux back in March 2009 for use in a brief to be submitted before the Supreme Court. The story dealt with a Sumner man named Steven Bennest, who was convicted by a federal court for making false claims about military medals and decorations – including a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star – in an attempt to receive additional military compensation from the government. Bennest served in the military, but he was never awarded either medal. Brian Beckley The prosecuStaff Writer tion was part of “Operation Stolen Valor,� designed to crack down on those making money off of honors they did not receive. The story is to be used as part of a brief in the case United States v. Alvarez, a challenge to the Stolen Valor Act, enacted by Congress in 2006. The case deals with a California man elected to a position on a water board in 2007. During the campaign, Javier Alvarez stood up and announced that he was a retired Marine who won the Congressional Medal of Honor. The problem is that Alvarez was never awarded the medal of honor, nor was he ever even in the military. Alvarez was charged and convicted of violating the Stolen Valor Act. He is the first person charged and convicted under the law. Alvarez pleaded guilty but reserved his right to appeal on grounds that the Stolen Valor Act violated his First Amendment rights to free speech. The appeal made its way to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which overruled his conviction in a 2-1 split decision and found that though Alvarez undeniably lied about his service, the law did in fact violate his rights.

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CORNER FROM 6 Apparently, Alvarez is something of a known liar in his town and in the past has claimed to not only be in the military, but to also have played hockey for the Detroit Red Wings, worked as a police officer and was secretly married to a Mexican starlet. The opinion from the Ninth Circuit notes that the district court observed Alvarez “lives in a world, a make-believe world where he just makes up stories all the time.â€? Basically, Mr. Alvarez is a real-world version of Jon Lovitz’s old pathological liar character from Saturday Night Live (“Yeah, that’s the ticket‌â€?). We’re not sure how our story will be used, but the case itself raises some interesting questions. The Ninth Circuit ruled the Stolen Valor Act unconstitutional because lying is protected speech and has been considered such in precedent after precedent. Certain potentially danger-

ous lies – like yelling fire in a theater – are not protected speech, but in general, you absolutely have a right to fib in the United States, even about a military past, apparently. “If the act is constitutional ‌ then there would be no constitutional bar to criminalizing lying about one’s height, weight, age or financial status on Match. com or Facebook, or falsely representing to one’s mother that one does smoke, drink alcoholic beverages, is a virgin, or has not exceeded the speed limit while driving,â€? reads the majority opinion. It’s an interesting philosophical argument though: should Congress be able to criminalize lying about one’s military service and/ or receiving awards? The idea behind the law is that people lying about awards demeans those who get them and demoralizes the troops. The Ninth Circuit, rightfully, stated that is ridiculous, adding that the troops do not undertake risky mission in hopes of winning an award.

The majority, one of whom was appointed by President George H.W. Bush and one appointed by President George W. Bush (the dissent was written by a judge appointed by President George W. Bush), ruled that while “we have no doubt society would be better off if Alvarez would stop spreading worthless, ridiculous, and offensive untruths,� the government has not shown any reason to infringe on the First Amendment. I tend to agree. But I do think there should be some sort of other provision for lies told in a campaign setting. It seems to me that for the electoral process to work, we have to be able to choose between two candidates and if one is lying, we cannot make an informed and/or proper decision. In Washington, for example, we have laws against candidate mailings containing false or misleading statements. In fact, during last year’s highly contentious 31st district State Senate race between former Sumner councilman

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No. 10 If trees have fallen during a severe storm, a root rot may have contributed to the failure. Such diseases usually spread by root to root contact. Downed trees should be checked by a qualified professional to determine if nearby trees are also infected and removal should be considered.

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Be respectful of neighbors that wish to preserve their trees. View issues are very common. Unfortunately some individuals damage or remove a neighbor’s

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tree without permission. This usually leads to legal action and damage claims, not to mention strained relations with a neighbor.

No. 8 If other tree problems arise with a neighbor, try for a peaceful settlement without involving attorneys and lawsuits. Cool heads usually lead to win-win solutions.

No. 7 If worried about trees in your own or nearby yards, have a hazard evaluation done by a professional. If a dangerous situation is discovered, the investment will have been worthwhile to remove the risk and to contribute to every-

“windsailing� a tree, consider a second opinion from an independent source. Do not be afraid to question credentials and whether a commission is to be paid on the amount quoted for the job. If so, does he truly have your best interests at heart? Note that anyone that can spell the word can call themselves an “arborist.� Certified arborists will have a card with an ID number issued by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). Certification requires passage of a comprehensive exam, membership in the ISA and fulfillment of continuing education requirements.

No. 5 Beware of the lawn service employee (or a husband) that threatens your small trees and shrubs with hedge trimmers. Their use may be appropriate if a

“sculpted� appearance is desirable. But many shrubs as rhododendrons and azaleas and small trees such as Japanese maples should be hand pruned to maintain a more natural shape.

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A big thank you to all the Courier-Herald readers that hopefully have learned a bit from the columns. I look forward to another year of writing about tree issues of interest to homeowners. I also look forward to continue to answer your e-mail and phone questions. Finally, I wish to encourage readers to support a local green industry by purchasing fragrant, real Christmas tree carefully nurtured by a Pacific Northwest tree farmer. Merry Christmas to all!

No. 3 Avoid the temptation to top trees. Aggressive trimming is ugly, creates maintenance nightmares and can shorten a tree’s life. Overpruning usually stimulates sprouting as trees attempt to replace the leaves and twigs that acted as the food manufacturing plant.

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OBITUARY JoANN MURPHY Carbonado resident JoAnn Lee Murphy died Dec. 1, 2011, in Puyallup. She was 52. She was born March 15, 1959, in Tacoma.

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state Growth Management Hearings Board challenging the validity of the agricultural land redesignation. Tim Trohomovich, Futurewise’s director of planning and law, argued that the redesignation was an unnecessary step for the city of Sumner. “The county’s own studies show that Sumner and Pierce County already have enough land in the urban growth area for all of their needed growth,� he wrote in a press release regarding the appeal. “There is no need to expand on prime farmland.� The release challenged the Seven Principles agreement between Orton Farms LLC, the city and Forterra—namely, the section requiring each acre of agricultural land to be replaced by four acres of conservation-eased land. Dennis Canty, the regional director for the American Farmland Trust, called the compromise a shell game, and suggested the continued application of that formula would only result in continued urban incursions on farmland. “Before this decision we had 182 additional acres of farmland in the county,� he said. “After this decision we have minus 182 acres of farmland. No matter how you do the math, it’s a net loss of prime farmland.� Orton Farms and its parent, Investco, naturally took the opposite view. “We think the county made the ultimate correct decision,� said Tim Farrell, the development manager for Tarragon, Investco’s partnering design firm. “That agricultural land is being replaced.�

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Have you ever seen a problem out in the open and thought, “Somebody should really solve that?” More often than not, the answer is to solve it yourself. That’s the route Lola and Nolan Hansen took. The two owners of the

Berryland Cafe in Sumner saw a surplus of events hosted in the downtown corridor—events like the Santa Parade and bridge lighting that define the small town spirit of the city—and a dearth of effective publicity. The Hansens own the storefront adjacent to their cafe with future plans to expand their floorspace. Rather than

keep empty real estate empty, they saw an opportunity on the un-utilized window. Paying out-of-pocket, they transformed the front into a store-sized calendar and mural. An awning reads “Downtown Sumner’s Coming Events,” directing attention to window-wide paintings of

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Shared space works for Chamber By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

For more thean three years the Chamber has shared space at Harborstone Credit Union. Photo by Brian Beckley/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

For the past few years, customers looking for the Bonney Lake Chamber of Commerce have been directed not to a dedicated store front, but Harborstone Credit Union on state Route 410. Located in an extra office, just past the main desk for the bank is an office filled with brochures and pamphlets extolling the beauty and businesses that make up Bonney Lake and east Pierce County.

Lora Butterfield, executive director of the chamber, said the partnership between the bank and chamber has been mutually beneficial. “It’s kind of a synergystic partnership,” she said. Butterfield said sharing office space means someone is always available to welcome a customer to the chamber or share information with a visitor, even when Butterfield – the chamber’s lone full-time

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In fact, for the fiscal year that just ended, we helped provide 632 loans to small businesses in the state of Washington. Nationwide, SBA had our biggest year ever. How can SBA help you ring in the new year? Have you jotted down a few ideas on paper and need someone who can help you formulate a business plan? The SBA or one of our resource partners is a great place to start. You can find local help by going to www.sba.gov/ direct and typing in your ZIP code. Or, check out www.SCORE.org, a volunteer organization, with more than 350 chapters and more than 10,000 mentors, many of whom have “been there and done that” when it comes to starting a business. The best part is that SCORE mentors can often help you for free. Are you already a small business owner? Many small business owners have come to SBA over the past year, looking for ways to reinvent their business and grow in the face of tough economic times. Whether it’s getting an SBA loan, winning your first federal contract or learning the ins-and-outs of exporting, the SBA and our resource partners can help get you the information you need. Why is all of this so important? Economists agree that small businesses are a big part of the solution to getting our economy moving again and creating jobs that we lost in the recession. So, if you are thinking about starting or growing a business in 2012, let SBA help you. There’s no time like the present to have that first conversation with the SBA or one of our resource partners in Sumner and Bonney Lake. Then, celebrate the New Year! Calvin Goings is the regional administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration.


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classic Sumner rhubarb farms. In the center is a sign displaying each of downtown Sumner’s events for the month. “It’s not just for us, it’s for all downtown businesses,� Nolan Hansen said. “It’s pretty tough out there some days, and we think it’s a good thing to promote our community.� The sign is a privateventure promotion handled entirely by two of historic downtown’s longtime cheerleaders. Other than seeking approval from the city council, the Hansens’ calendar isn’t co-sponsored by other downtown entities. The mural and calendar were purchased from Artistic Solutions, a Sumner-based seller of custom promotional merchandise. Berryland plans to update the calendar monthly with new events, Nolan said.

Hwy. The Giving Tree quilt is also back, which allows residents to pick the tag of a specific child and purchase gifts from his or her wishlist, printed on the back of the card. Residents are asked to donate early to allow for processing and delivery. The city of Bonney Lake is also hosting its annual food drive through December. Food items may be dropped off in the Public Safety Building. Collection sites are also set up at KeyBank, Grocer y Out let, Rainier Mortgage and Applebee’s. All items are donated to the Bonney Lake Food Bank, the Bread of Life Food Bank and the Bonney Lake Senior Center.

The Bonney Lake Police Department’s annual giving tree program is under way at the Public Safety Building in Bonney Lake. The program supports area children. Donations of toys can be dropped off between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the Public Safety Building, 18421 Sumner-Buckley



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THANK YOU On behalf of St. Andrew Emmanuel Food Pantry, thank you to everyone who helped us to provide 512 Thanksgiving Food Baskets to some of Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s less-fortunate families from the Sumner community. We are grateful for the food drives held at Daffodil and Maple Lawn elementary schools that raised more than 3,000 food items each. We also appreciate Dillanos Coffee Co., Sumner Family Church, two groups from Dieringer School that gathered food for a school

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Bonney Lake/Sumner drill team took first place in the Military drill category Dec. 3 at the Heritage High School dance competition in Vancouver. Photo courtesy Jill McKinnley/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

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The Bonney Lake-Sumner Drill Team earned a first place trophy this past weekend at the Heritage High School Dance Competition in Vancouver, Wash. The team took home the first-place trophy in the military category. They performed to a song called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Downtown Toyko Chaseâ&#x20AC;? for the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fast and the Furious, Tokyo Driftâ&#x20AC;? soundtrack. Last year, the team placed ninth in the state in the Military category and sixth in the state in the Pom category. According to coach Jill McKinnley, this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s season is going incredibly well.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The team works very hard together and they all get along really well,â&#x20AC;? McKinnley said in an email. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They are very talented and help each other out with their routines and technique.â&#x20AC;? The teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s next competition is on Jan. 21 at Hazen High School in Renton. They will attempt to qualify with their scores for the District Competition (held March 10 at Kentwood High School in Kent). The team will perform both their Military and Pom routines at this competition. Bonney Lake will also host a competition of its own Jan. 28 at Bonney Lake High School. So far, 12 teams and 22 performances signed up for the BLHS event.

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Chili Sabin, the Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 160-pounder, forced Ryan Anderson of Enumclaw to the mat Dec. 7. He posted one of the duelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more memorable pins against the No. 1 ranked Hornets. In th end, the team fell short by a meager three points. Photo by John Leggett/To view or buy photos go to www.blscourierherald.com.

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Bonney Lakeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wrestling team came as close as it has ever come to toppling the grappling Goliath to the East of it on the Plateau, fellow SPSL 3A occupant Enumclaw High, in the Panther Den last Wednesday night as it went down swinging, slinging and showing off this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

predominantly senior lineup, but still suffered a 39-36 setback to go to 0-1 in league action. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We missed beating them by this much!,â&#x20AC;? hissed tight-jawed Panther grappling coach Anthony Clarke, unable to conceal his annoyance, placing his thumb and forefinger a half an inch apart. Clarke could only sit and watch mat side, while his brawlers narrowly

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dropped a heartbreaker to Enumclawâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hornets, who have a storied wrestling past. The Hornets have captured 38 league match triumphs in a row and are currently ranked number one in the state. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If just one more match or one more refereeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s decision goes our way, we beat or at least tie them, for the first time ever,â&#x20AC;? said Clarke, who has been the only mat

mentor Bonney Lake wrestlers have ever known in the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s six year history and seen his crew get manhandled by EHS every last time during that period, albeit by many more points than three, in the past half dozen SPSL 3A campaigns. The random weight pulled out of the hopper at which the match began was

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Despite owning a slight halftime advantage over visiting Eatonville in its South Puget Sound League 2A opener Dec. 6, the Sumner High girls basketball squad fell 52-45. With the help of sharpshooting guard Tayler Holtman, the Spartans bolted out of the gate quickly and were on top 18-12 at the end of the first stanza. Even though the Lady Spartans cooled off considerably, they held a slim two-point, 26-24 lead at the break. Holtman scored 14 points for Sumner and 6-foot freshman post Jamie Lange managed 14 rebounds and a dozen points, but it wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t enough to keep Sumnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s overall record from dropping to 1-2. Sumner traveled to Franklin Pierce Friday and hosted the Fife Trojans Tuesday; results from those games were not available for this issue. Sumner will wrap up preholiday games by hosting Washingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Patriots Friday and Bonney Lake Saturday. View this story online at www.blscourierherald.com. Reach John Leggett at jleggett@courierherald.com or 360 825-2555 ext. 5054.

The Spartan wrestling squad hosted Clover Park and Decatur Thursday night for the double the mat time and double the victory. Sumner won both duels by a wide margin: 76-0 vs. Clover Park, and 51-19 vs. Decatur. Clover Park suffered a scant roster, bringing five wrestlers for 13 weight-class slots, and thus Sumner won eight matches by forfeit. Against Decatur, the Sparts faced a full roster and won nine matches out of 13. Hunter Eberhart (120 lbs.) and Cade Little (132) were taken out by pin in the second and first rounds, respectively. Zach Wooding (152) and AJ Atoigue (170) went full matches and lost to point judgments. Jed Schliesman (145) and Team Captain Jeremy Jackson (138) had highlight matches, Coach Matt Harshman said. Schliesman pinned his opponent in the final round, while Jackson put a Gator on his back in the final moments of the second round.

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place in the 200-yard Individual Medley and improved his time by more than a second, to 2 minutes, 32.41 seconds. Parks captured first place in the 100 Butterfly with a 1:05.60 time. Travis Pallister took

fourth in that event and improved his time by a full 10 seconds, bringing it down to 1:54.77. Connor Powers-Hubbard claimed first in the 100 freestyle with a 51.95 time. He took first place in the 100 Breaststroke with 1:07.78. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In the 500 free(style), Sam Rigsby is getting his endurance back and is clos-

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170 pounders, Chili Sabin and Jake Leuders, did not let a sad numerical equation affect their performances as they both posted pins, crystalizing the final score at 39-36, a meager four points away from what would have been an enormous and memorable upset. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Just before this first league match of the 201112 season with visiting Enumclaw, coach Clarke told us to get out there and make history,â&#x20AC;? said Leuders after the nail biting finish that he helped wrap up swimmingly with his swift and decisive pin, just 1:10 into the bout. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t believe how long it was taking the referee to slam his palm down on the rubber to sig-

nify that I had pinned the Hornet dude. I could see my foeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s face when I was holding his shoulder blades to the cushion and it was beginning to take on kind of a purple color, but I was going to get credit for that pin darn it. I had him in a fairly dominant hold and I probably could have frozen him right there for at least another 30 seconds, if thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s how long it took to get the refâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attention.â&#x20AC;? After doing well in the Panther Invitational, the black and tealâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s next league action comes tonight, when the squadâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bus crosses the Narrows Bridge for its second SPSL 3A showdown of the season against Peninsula Highâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seahawks at 7 p.m.

182 pounds and saw seasoned Panther senior Evan Dorsey butting heads with Enumclawâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kelyn Wallin. Dorsey took an 8-2 victory, which gave Bonney Lake an early 3-0 upper hand. But Enumclawâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ensuing trio of earth movers Tyler Cormier (195 pounds), Colton Malick (220) and Chris Williams (285) each recorded swift pins at the 58, 26 and 18 second marks respectively, ringing up an 18-3 lead for the Hornets. The Panthers werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ready to surrender. The featherweight classes saw them take wins in the next four out of five matches. To their everlasting credit, the Panthersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 160 and

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SPARTANS FROM 18 Three freshmen saw mattime Thursday night. Aside from Eberhart, Jacob Unger (103) and Tanner Sjoden (160) both put shoes to foam and came out on top in their second rounds. The Spartans went to Decatur Saturday for a tournament, which took place after press. Look for results online. The team will take on Franklin-Pierce on their turf tomorrow at 7 p.m.

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Gymnasts from Sumner and Bonney Lake high schools will be in action tonight, Wednesday.

Sumner will host and others attending will be Bonney Lake, Puyallup High and Decatur. Action gets under way at 7 p.m. in the SHS gymnasium. A Dec. 7 meet in Federal Way wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t particularly kind to the girls from Sumner and Bonney Lake, who finished third and fourth, respectively, in a four-team meet. Emerald Ridge topped the field with 169.5 team points, followed by host Todd Beamer High with 167.55. The Spartans were third with 146.75 points and Bonney Lake trailed

with 127.9. Just one of the local gymnasts made her way into the all-around standings. Sumnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kiley McCain totaled 31.9 points to place eighth. In individual events, McCain was fifth on the beam with a score of 8.85 and eighth on the bars with a 7.05. Other placers for Sumner were Sierra Tinsley, seventh on the beam with a score of 8.65, and Kimi Nakayama, seventh in the floor exercise with a score of 9.0. There were no event placers for Bonney Lake High.

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December 14, 2011 edition of the Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier-Herald

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