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For years the city of Maple Valley has relied on single family residential permits as a significant revenue stream. Although it continues to run strong, city officials say it is within a few years of drying up. During a presentation to MAPLE the City Council VALLEY May 14, Finance Director Tony McCarthy stated the city has seen revenue estimations well above what was budgeted for the year. This includes single family permits (SFP). City staff projected they would receive 70 SFPs this year. According to McCarthy, however, the city has issued 112 permits as of July and that number could possibly rise to 162 by the

Copper thieves have been on the prowl since May in Covington in parking lots for churches, schools and businesses, according to the Covington Police Department. Covington Police Chief Kevin KlaCOVINGTON son stated in a telephone interview that the thefts are a part of a statewide trend where thieves steal copper wiring from light poles and then sell them at scrap metal yards in order to pocket the cash, which typically is then used to buy drugs. “These dopers seem to have their own network,” Klason said. “Once one tries it and has some success for a while. Where it

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Titus, violinist for The Side Project, plays July 12 in the first Music in the Park summer concert series at Lake Wilderness Park. The Side Project played for two hours. The next concert is July 26 featuring the band Shaggy Sweet. DENNIS BOX, The Reporter To view a slide show of the concert go to www. maplevalleyreporter.com.

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Singer-songwriter Rae Solomon, who lives in Covington, will soon play a show right in her backyard. Solomon will kick off the inaugural Covington Summer Concert Series July 27 at Kentwood High. A former rodeo queen turned country singer originally from Enumclaw, Solomon has been touring extensively in the past

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year, including opening up again for Blake Shelton as well as filling in for Tanya Tucker as Crystal Gale’s opening act. “We’ve been playing a ton,” Solomon said. “Right now I’m just putting the finishing touches on our EP. We’re having our CD release party the day after we play the Covington show.” Karla Slate, community relations manager for Covington, said the city is offering the concert series in response to feedback

provided during the development of the Parks, Recreation and Open Space plan in 2009. “For the past couple years, they’ve been fine tuning the programming they already have (for recreation), and now they’ve been able to add a couple more programs,” Slate said. “From a city perspective we’re trying to create more of a sense of a community on all levels, not just by providing events, and we want to provide things for people here in the city of Covington so they don’t have to go elsewhere.” The concerts will run three Fridays in a row with SWAY fol-

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[2] July 20, 2012 [ BUDGET from page 1] end of the year. This would be the highest number of permits since 2006, when 269 were issued. The above estimates are a repeat of last year, when the city planned for 50 SFPs to be issued. Ultimately, the city received around 150 by the end of the year. This led the city to give a higher estimate for 2012, albeit not too high. McCarthy has stated in numerous interviews that the city tends to underbud-

XXXDPWJOHUPOSFQPSUFSDPNtXXXNBQMFWBMMFZSFQPSUFSDPN get spending and underestimate revenue in order to account for unforeseen changes. “We would hope that when we put in 70 we would meet 70,� he said. “We never thought we would be nearing it at this rate half the year.� City Manager David Johnston also stated the number of permits came as a surprise in spite of conservative budgeting. “In the budgeting it’s good to underbudget a good source of revenue

and appreciate when it’s wrong in our way,� he said. “We tried to be more on the conservative side, more realistic. And if we err like we do now, that’s good. But we don’t want to find ourselves budgeting and seeing it doesn’t happen. But we never thought we’d have 112 in half the year.� Johnston also stated that the high SFP permits seems to contrast with the bleak housing market economists have predicted. “We never expected it to be that high or if it was

to be that high it would be for the year, not for the half year,� he said. “Because what we hear in the media and with housing experts is that we’re still in a recession. We know our city is an exception to the rule when it comes to the housing market and new family permits, but we were questioning how long that momentum can go, because we have underestimated the permits the last three years, because we are sensitive to the impact of the economic recession.� In addition to the permit estimate, utility taxes are estimated to be 104 percent budgeted, real estate excise taxes 111 percent budgeted, development permits 175 percent budgeted and park impact fees 226 percent budgeted. Johnston added, however, that soon the city won’t be able to underbudget SFPs.

“There’s got to be something (else). We read about how our area is part of King County is leading in two years with foreclosure and short sales. We’re like ‘My god, the supply’s out there how can we keep this going on?’ And for some reason it’s still going on.� Both McCarthy and Johnston stated that it is a soon-to-be exhausted revenue source. Additionally, even though there are permits issued for the single family units, many lots have remained empty years after the permit was issued. “We’ve got a lot of houses that got permitted,� McCarthy said. “But they haven’t sold. Our biggest long term problem is we’re running out of lots. Most of the lots we got approved housing on, we haven’t had any new plats in a while. That’s going to be what’s coming.� Johnston stated that at

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[ CONCERTS from page 1] lowing Solomon on Aug. 3 and Kings of Swing on Aug. 10. All shows are free. Much of the costs were defrayed thanks to community support, Slate said. “Most of it is (paid for) through sponsorships and donations from other organizations,� Slate said. “We have the generator which is with Pacific Power Rentals, the Kiwanis Club is running concessions as a fund raiser, so we don’t have to worry about staffing that.� Additionally the Kent

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started I haven’t a clue.� In order to get the copper wire, the thieves pull the plates off the poles, pull out the wiring and then pull out the copper wire, which can sometimes be several hundred feet. The first theft occurred May 7 on the site of a Valley Medical Center project under construction. Two more occurred May 20 and May 30 at the BPA facility off Covington Way and at Kentwood High. This was followed by five more thefts in June, which included a residential neighborhood, Kingdom Hall Jehovah Witnesses, St. John the Baptist Church and Cedar Valley Elementary.

the current rate permits are being issued the city will run out of lots in four years. Once residential permits cease to be a viable revenue source for the city, Johnston said, it may have to turn to other options such as transportation benefit districts, levy lid lifts and debt financing for capital projects. “That’s one of the reasons economic development has to be a major issue for our city now,� he said. “We can’t say we’ll wait until residential permits end. You’ve got to get going before you’re faced with that and have commercial development paying impacts fees and commercial development giving people a paycheck. It’s all tied together. There’s a lot of interdependence that complicates matters. You like to solve one problem and then go to another.�

Black Diamond Highway. Testimony from the public will be taken regarding changes to the city’s emergency management plan. The ordinance would add a new chapter 2.90 to Title 2 of the Maple Valley Municipal Code entitled Emergency Management. For more information log on to the city’s website, www.ci.maple-valley.wa.us or call City Hall at 425413-8800.

School District is providing the space as an in kind donation while Airstream is providing support as well as Allied Waste which is providing garbage pick up. What the city is paying for out of its annual parks and recreation budget is the stage and the entertainment, Slate said. Solomon said city staff called and asked her to play. It was an easy decision since she has played at events for Covington before. Solomon’s busy summer continues after the Covington Summer Concert Series

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After a week with no further thefts, Klason stated that they assumed the thieves had moved to another city until another theft occurred on July 13 in the parking lot by Trapper’s Sushi. Although word has been put out about the thefts, Klason said, there are several difficulties preventing these thefts, which happen at night or in the early morning. “In all but one of the instances there was no suspects or vehicles seen because the victims discover it generally the next morning because it occurs in hours of darkness,� Klason said. Surveillance footage obtained from the Jehovah’s Witnesses shows some of

the suspects, but Klason said it was too distant to provide them with any distinguishing characteristics. Klason said they have also checked with local scrap metal yards, but have no leads as of yet. Because of the seemingly arbitrarily chosen locations, it is hard for patrol officers to know where to look. “We’ve got nowhere to figure out,� Klason said. “There’s no patterns besides the similarity of the items taken. We don’t have enough officers to have them sit in the parking lots. It’d be a shot in the dark.� Anyone who has information on these thefts can call the Covington Police Department at 206-2963311.

kick off and album release party with radio interviews and acoustic shows in Eastern Washington followed by the Watershed Show at the Gorge Amphitheatre then a trip to Los Angeles. “July and August is a great time to be out playing,� Solomon said. “It’s right in my backyard so it’s nice to do one that’s close to home.�


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VALUE EQUALS SURVIVAL Editor’s note: this is the first of a two-part series which explores how businesses survived or even opened and thrived during the recession which began in 2008. BY KRIS HILL khill@covingtonreporter.com

Survival has been a key concept during the recession, particularly for anyone running a business. Many entrepreneurs in Covington, Maple Valley and Black Diamond have survived since the economy bottomed out in 2008. So have larger employers. Businesses still open today found out how to survive, how to be recession proof. Derek Matheson, city manager for Covington, observed a trend during a conversation with MultiCare administrator Hugh Kodama which could explain why businesses in this part of the region have survived, even thrived in some cases. “It strikes me that there’s a theme here that even though there’s been a recession the amount of growth here, the services hadn’t caught up with the growth,� Matheson said. “Certainly discount retail, Costco and Walmart did well during the recession, some specialty that didn’t exist out in this area for ex-

ample sporting goods such as Big 5 did well and healthcare, not just Multicare, Accent Audiology, the new dental clinic on Wax Road (are examples). It’s services that had yet to follow the population growth to this part of the county.� Covington, which its dense retail core in its downtown area, has seen significant growth in terms of its businesses. The city’s Finance Director, Rob Hendrickson, explained the growth in larger context to the Reporter via email in April. For example, January sales brought in more than $228,000 in sales tax, according to data the city provided. This was a 16.5 percent increase compared to January 2011. Hendrickson looked back to 2007 when revenue was flowing in from downtown businesses to the city’s coffers. More money came in that year than the year before and in early 2008 things looked better. Then in 2009 construction dropped nearly 73 percent. From 2008 to 2010, Hendrickson wrote in an email interview in April, said total collection from all revenue sources were relatively flat. Then in early 2011 growth began again in a number of areas. And as more new businesses opened up in downtown Cov-

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ington with MultiCare completing its emergency department in April, things should continue to improve in the city. MultiCare, Kodama explained, has survived the recession thus far because there will always be a need for the services his organization provides. “All businesses will be affected by the economic climate,� Kodama said. “Everyone is going to need healthcare. The challenge for us is how do you make it affordable for everyone. That’s the focus we have, how do you deliver high quality service while still reducing your costs, and I think that’s the issue for every business.� One way to help reduce costs to help the community strive toward healthier lifestyles. It’s something officials at MultiCare spend considerable time working on, Kodama said. “People are going to be more and more focused on the cost of healthcare because it will focus on your business and your pocket book,� Kodama said. “It’s just getting the community to rally around that, we need to be more healthy, we need to focus on prevention. As a society, as a nation, we need to tackle that.� And even though it was an expensive proposition to put a clinic

in Maple Valley, when Powell Development began making progress on its Maple Valley Town Center project anchored by Fred Meyer, it made sense for MultiCare to see if there was someplace it could fit in there. “We wanted a bigger presence out there,â€? Kodama said. “We really wanted to build a pediatric clinic out there because it’s such a young population ‌ so that became available and we went for it.â€? In September a 10,000 squarefoot MultiCare facility will open up in Maple Valley. Lauren Powell, director of leasing for Powell Development, said getting Maple Valley Town Center off the ground wasn’t easy. Yet, in some ways, the fact the project took seven years from start to finish thanks to a number of factors which had nothing to do with the recession, turned out to be an advantage especially after the economy took a downturn. “That was in the works for seven years but the benefit of that was we got to know a lot of people in the community, in the city,â€? Powell said. “That really helped spread awareness about it. It didn’t hurt that Maple Valley didn’t have a lot of retail, so, there was a lot of demand.â€? Powell said that it hasn’t gotten easier to find tenants for a large

development such as the one in Maple Valley because it depends on which market a project like that is in. “It’s still hard to attract tenants because it’s a lot harder for tenants to get financing,â€? she said. “It makes it a lot tougher for them to expand or relocate to new locations.â€? By the time Fred Meyer opened in late May, 90 percent of the project was leased, and the extra time to ramp up was helpful because it allowed Powell to work with tenants to find the financing, to get comfortable with the costs of opening up. “People in the recession‌ are much more cautious,â€? she said. “They’re taking the time to understanding the financing, what are the demographics. There’s not a lot of room for error so they really do their due diligence.â€? Not long before Powell Development staff began working on Maple Valley Town Square, Powell said, the company completed work on Lakewood Crossings in Marysville. It’s slightly larger than the project in Maple Valley with three major anchor businesses in Costco, Target and Best Buy, but it has been a success. That is an example of a need in the mar- [ more RECESSION page 4 ]


[4] July 20, 2012 ket as well as the importance of a good location. Powell said being in a highly visible spot off of Interstate 5 in an area where there was a dearth of retail helped that development survive the recession. Tenants are renewing their leases at Lakewood Crossings at quite a high rate, Powell said, and one thing the company has learned during the recession is to start talking to business owners a year away from the lease ending

rather than a month. “It comes down to working harder doing the same thing,� Powell said. “Peter (Powell, owner) said he’s worked harder the last two years than he has in the past 10 just maintaining what we currently have because the tenants are struggling in the current economy. It’s buckling down and really communicating with the team at our office and knowing what’s going to happen before it comes down the line, looking out one or two years away

at what is coming up for renewal.� Across the street from Powell’s development of Maple Valley Town Center is Four Corner Square, owned by Indianapolisbased Kite Realty, and Johnson’s Home and Garden, one of the long-time tenants, has definitely seen its fair share of tough times during the recession. Brad Johnson, one of the owners of the store, said there’s been considerable belt-tightening in the past three and a half years.

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“Like everybody, we’ve had to really watch our expenses,� Johnson said. “We’ve trimmed back our work force through attrition primarily. We still have not laid anybody off but we didn’t re-hire positions. Primarily it’s just watching the checkbook to make sure what’s going out isn’t exceeding what’s coming in. As a hardware store it hasn’t been easy the past couple years.� Johnson added that it’s been important for store employees to have a pretty diverse skills set within the business so that they can work anywhere within the business or even in another store owned by the Johnson’s on the same property, Quintessence. Early on in the recession, there was an uptick in customers coming in looking to do home improvement projects because they couldn’t afford to sell their homes. “When the housing market really went down and people are upside down

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for the city to cross-examine. The hearing is very similar to a civil trial in that way. The Maple Valley hearing examiner presides over the hearing, and the result can be appealed to Superior Court. The hearing began on Wednesday, June 27. No one was present other than the parties to the case when the hearing began at 9 a.m. The hearing lasted all day, and continued to Thursday, June 28. On Thursday, June 28, in the middle of the afternoon, and after the hearing had resumed following a lunch break, reporter, TJ Martinell came to the city asking to attend the hearing. City staff that assisted him was aware that all witnesses who had not yet testified were excluded from the hearing until the conclusion of their testimony — by order of the hearing examiner (this is very common in these types of proceedings, and at trial). City staff had also been asked the day before by the hearing examiner not to interrupt the proceedings. This was because the defendant’s witnesses had interrupted the proceedings on the first morning of the hearing, which required us to go “off the record� for the interruption and to take a break while their attorney left the room. The hearing examiner asked the defendant’s attorney to ask his clients not to interrupt the proceedings any further in the interests of time, but to instead use other methods to get a message to him — smart phone text messaging for example. The examiner’s request was conveyed by me to city staff. Because of the examiner’s request for no interruptions, city staff was instructed they should not interrupt the proceedings once the door was closed and the hearings had resumed. I was later told that the defendant’s witnesses were frequently asking city staff to interrupt the proceedings even after this instruction from the hearing examiner was given. I was told after the hearings concluded that city staff had to repeatedly stop the defendant’s witnesses from walking past the reception desk, through City Hall, into the conference room where the hearing was taking place. This was stressful for city staff who are not used to being in a policing role of this nature. When Mr. Martinell came to the city in the afternoon of the second day of the hearing, the hearing had resumed following a lunch break. I have received conflicting information about what occurred that day. I was not informed that Mr. Martinell came to the city that day, and in fact didn’t learn about it until several days later. I had a conversation with Mr. Martinell about this matter on July 5 after I learned that he was contacting city staff to ask questions. It is important to explain that the city does not have a courtroom style facility that would allow the public to come and go from the hearing location without serious interruption to the proceedings. We use a conference room at City Hall for these proceedings. Opening the door of this conference room in the middle of a witnesses’ testimony is a serious disruption to the proceedings. An interruption would require us to “go off

the record,� take time to instruct the person where to sit, and what the expectations are for conduct during the proceedings. These proceedings do not allow an opportunity for a member of the public to participate by asking questions, or interacting with the hearing examiner or the witnesses. As I understand it, Mr. Martinell did not arrive at the start of the proceedings on the morning of June 27 because he was incorrectly informed by a city employee over the telephone that he could not attend. Mr. Martinell also did not arrive at the start of the continued proceedings on June 28, but instead arrived in the middle of the afternoon. Staff working in the reception area had been asked by the hearing examiner not to interrupt the proceedings and he was told that. In the future, if Mr. Martinell or a member of the public wishes to attend a contested hearing the city will be happy to accommodate that. I will be working with the examiner about how to accommodate the public in a way that minimizes disruption to the hearing process. As I understand it, this is the first time that any member of the public has asked to attend a contested civil violation hearing. I’ve been with the city over four years, and the city has conducted very few contested hearings in that time, and no one other than a party has been present for the hearing. If city reception staff was confused on this one instance, I believe it was related to the hearing examiner’s request for no interruptions. Other city employees will need some education and instruction about the nature of these hearings to clear up any confusion about the type of hearings they are. The fact that no one has ever asked to attend in the past, also contributed to the confusion of some staff, as the code is not specific about attendance by the public. As city attorney, I am well aware of the state of Washington’s legal requirements for open government. I have taken the time to train all city staff and our elected and appointed officials in the requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act, the Public Records Act, and, where applicable, the Appearance of Fairness Doctrine. If you have made it through this entire response, I thank you for your time and attention. It would be a mistake to extrapolate beyond the facts present with this particular matter and conclude the city does not value open government and transparency. Open government is an important value of the city of Maple Valley as well as of our society. I truly believe city staff attempts to live up to those values on a daily basis, and I can tell you that they frequently consult me when they have questions about their duties under the law. I am working to clear up any confusion staff has about the nature of contested violation hearings and have faith that in the future, matters will go more smoothly if a member of the public wishes to attend this type of hearing.

member (Carol) Benson, initiated and attempted to pass a poorly written resolution to change the form of government in Black Diamond. Her resolution was not on the meeting agenda or in the council packet; it was not vetted through the city attorney or any city committees, and it did not include any plan for a public hearing. The democratic way to take action of this magnitude is to get citizen input. Where is the transparency the council says is so important to them? Thankfully, the resolution was temporarily withdrawn but it will be discussed again at the July 19 council meeting. The city attorney and new interim city administrator swayed the council to consider the total impact to the city, pointing out that the process should go through a committee and legal review. Examination of the financial impact to the city should also be considered, as well as the addition of the opportunity for public input. Why the attempt to hurriedly change our city government? Why was this done in a special,

lightly attended council meeting on Monday, July 9 (council meetings are normally held on Thursday)? Was the purpose to undermine civic involvement? The rush seems to be to place the matter on the November 2012 ballot. This type of rogue behavior seems to be indicative of Council member Benson who was appointed to Position No. 4 in March 2012, not elected. And what is the financial implication of this action to the city? There will be costs to our citizens to place this one item on the fall ballot. Are the majority of citizens willing to pay this extra expense when it would be less expensive to combine with multiple city races in 2013? Where will the City Council find funds to pay for the city manager that a coouncil-manager form a government requires? Are the citizens of Black Diamond willing to be taxed equally to pay for this position? Who is looking into these financial issues? Is the

Christy Todd is the city attorney for Maple Valley.

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Exercise needs to become a habit to get results Dear Stephanie and Bruce: I need your help to stick with my exercise plan. I start the week with good intentions and end it frustrated by not making any progress. What recommendations can you offer for developing an exercise habit? - Deb Stephanie: It can be difficult to develop an exercise habit for many reasons. My first suggestion is to take a good look at your goal. Is it realistic? Does the amount of time required fit your schedule and is the activity something you enjoy? My second suggestion is to find others with similar goals. Research has proven that individuals who exercise with other people are more likely to attain their goals. Consider enlisting an exercise buddy, a co-worker, friend or family member

to join you. Perhaps try joining a group exercise class or a walking/running club. There are many places you can turn to for support – churches, gyms, YMCAs, parks and recreation, even the Internet. Finally, try a few different activities to see what clicks for you. Do you like to be challenged? Do you like the social time or need alone time? Do you want to spend time outdoors? Finding an activity that helps you meet those needs in your life can help make the experience more rewarding. Bruce: Setting reasonable expectations and finding the best fit with your schedule requires trying different options until you discover what works best for you. For me, I had to grant myself permission to exercise, set attainable goals

Community Notes MISSING MAPLE VALLEY MAN FOUND IN OREGON Maple Valley resident Todd Partain was found after he was reported missing more than a month ago, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office. Partain, 46, was last seen May 18 at around 9 a.m. after he had called his receptionist to tell her he would be at work at 3 p.m. He was reported missing May 19 after he failed to show up at work. Deputies repeatedly called his cell phone and left voice messages which were not returned. According to Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Cindi West, Partain was found in Oregon June 28 after activity on his credit card appeared at a hotel. West stated

and practice humility until my actual behavior met the expectations of my desired behavior. Stephanie: Here is advice from others who have developed an exercise habit: t-PVJTF BHF IBTCFFO working on her habit for two years. She started with walking, added a mix of walking and running and then progressed to continuous running with a goal of adding one minute to each workout until she could run B,-PVJTFFYFSDJTFTGPS health and fitness and to HFUPVUEPPST-PVJTFTUBZT motivated by signing up for ,BOE,SVOT VTVBMMZ four per year, and strives to improve her finish time with each event. She found success with exercising in the morning and inviting friends and family to join her with run-

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that after contacting the hotel and the local police, two people drove down to Oregon and brought him back to Maple Valley. West stated the Sheriff’s Office did not why Partain disappeared.

BLACK DIAMOND TO PARTICIPATE IN CHIEF FOR A DAY Black Diamond will participate in the Chief for a Day event on Thursday, Aug.16, in partnership with 26 Washington State law enforcement agencies and the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. The event celebrates the lives of children who have been diagnosed with a chronic illness. Black Diamond’s 2012 Little Chief is Isaiah Weever, 12, who was recently adopted from the Ashley House by a family. He was be introduced to the Black Diamond

without gaining weight. He stays motivated by playing outdoors throughout the year. He found success with exercising in the morning, taking group exercise classes and joining a gym that has branches in the locations he travels to for work. t)FJEJ BHF CFHBOIFS habit in high school and keeps it going. She started running after school, became creative with different routes to make the runs interesting and would invite friends to join her. Heidi exercises for health and fitness and to compete in triathlons. She stays motivated by striving to improve her finish time with each event and by training and competing with friends. She found success with exercising in the morning, shifting her routine to the evening

and weekends when she is time crunched, and joining a triathlon club. Bruce: Although all four prefer to feed their habit by exercising in the morning, you have to find what works best for you. The key is to experiment, set realistic goals and experience success. Stephanie: The first step is to get moving. You can do it!

Stephanie Norton-Bredl is the health and wellbeing director at the Auburn Valley YMCA and may be contacted at snortonbredl@ seattleymca.org Bruce deJong is a group exercise instructor at the Auburn Valley YMCA and may be contacted at bruce@ bicyclebootcamp.com.

City Council July 19. The motorcade will arrive at the Washington State Training Commission between 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., with the swearing-in ceremony beginning upon arrival. Each child will be transported via police motorcade from CenturyLink Field to the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. In addition to each child having a hand-tailored uniform from their sponsoring agency, each child will be sworn is as “Chief� or “Sheriff� for the day, pinned with a badge designed specifically for this year’s event. After the swearing-in ceremony, the new chiefs and sheriffs will then experience outside presentations made by local law enforcement agencies, including K-9 units, mounted horse patrol, SWAT teams, rifle units, a police helicopter, and more. For more information go to www.cjtc.state.wa.us.

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[ LETTER from page 5] City Council considering these concerns? Perhaps the issue of unequal taxation for Black Diamond residents is where the council should be devoting their time. The 801 households of “old� town Black Diamond, who pay utility taxes on city water and sewer and storm water, pay for city services. However, the residents of the Lake Sawyer annexation area, who use Covington Water and Soos Creek sewer, only pay the stormwater tax, a small contribution to the enterprise funds compared to old Black Diamond. Why

go, ‘OK, now I can make better financial decisions. Now I can manage the business better.’ If you don’t do it, and you’re running blind, it’s difficult.� Helping business owners understand how much they’re spending and how much cash is coming in so they can be aware of the bottom line is one area Pfeiffer helps entrepreneurs. She can also review their

taxes and help owners find ways to save money there. “There’s different little tools and tricks that I’ve done to see the full picture of their finances and to know where to go ‌ to guide them in a better way,â€? she said. “You have to have it organized because that’s what makes thing more efficient.â€? Pfeiffer recently put out a book called “Accounting Is

Not a Foreign Language� to give entrepreneurs the basic tools they need. “It teaches you how not to be afraid of accounting,� Pfeiffer said. “I have a specific kind of approach that it is in the book that talks about how everything relates together and builds on a foundation and without those things everything falls apart.� Rather than hire an ac-

countant, Pfeiffer said, the book helps readers gain confidence in the basics of accounting so they can do it themselves while saving money running their businesses. In the long run, business owners can have a better bottom line, Pfeiffer said. More information about Pfeiffer’s book can be found online at www.basicaccountingtranslated.com.

In the end, businesses that survived the recession whether they got help from someone like Pfeiffer or learned the hard way, found a way to offer services or products to customers at a price they could afford. “If they can see they’re providing value for their family, then that can be recession proof for a business,� Kodama of MultiCare said.

is the council not addressing this inequity rather than attempting to change our government? In response to the council’s request for a city administrator, Mayor (Rebecca) Olness recently hired an interim city administrator. Again part of the funding for this position is from enterprise funds which Lake Sawyer residents only pay stormwater fee. Per the Municipal Research and Services Center (MRSC), this strong mayor with a city administrator form of government “is really a hybrid of the council-manager and strong-mayor forms, since it borrows some of the

characteristics of each. There is a single elected executive to represent the community and provide political leadership — assisted by a professional manager� and it is growing in popularity, particularly among cities with a population of less than 10,000 (Black Diamond has a population of 4,160). Ninety percent of Washington cities with a population of less than 5,000 have a mayor-council form of government. According to the MRSC, the trend today is for cities to be formed as or changed to the mayor-council government with a professional city administrator – which

is exactly where Black Diamond is today. Why would some members of this council attempt to change a system that is working for Black Diamond? In Black Diamond, we want to vote for our mayor. We want the mayor to be directly responsible to the voters. We don’t want the council members to decide among themselves who will be mayor, as in the councilmanager form of government. The citizens of Black Diamond are encouraged to take action on this issue. Please consider attending the next council meeting on Thursday, July 19 and let the

council know that an issue as big as changing the form of government in Black Diamond is not indicative and at the very least it needs to be looked into further and there needs to be a public hearing. We must speak up and let this council know that a special election is an expense we don’t want to bear. The pros and cons can be evaluated over the next year and after all implications are known we can proceed, knowing we are knowledgeable of what the change means to the city. Please, get involved, email the council members. Attend the meetings on the

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TAHOMA HIGH THROWERS TO DO WELL AT REGION 13 MEET Several Tahoma High School throwers have qualified for the Junior Olympic National Championships, July 23-29 in Baltimore, Md. The qualification meet was the Region 13 Championships July 6-7 in Bend, Ore. Top five qualify for the National Championships in Baltimore. Dallas Hayes won both the shot put with a throw of 50 feet, 9 inches, and discus which he hurled 149-8 in the Young Men’s Division. Brock Eager won both the shot put with a throw of 40-4, and hammer which sailed 165-10, and third in discus with a throw 120 feet in the Intermediate Boys Division. Savannah Haverfield throw of 123-5 was good enough for a third place finish in the Young Women’s Javelin. Claire Whiting’s throw of 118-6 put her at fourth in the discus in the region in Young Women’s division to go along with a fifth place finish in the shot put with a throw of 34-2.

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Lauren Campbell is making the most of her oh, so short summer vacation. The 2009 Kentwood High graduate is spending her eight weeks off as an intern at The Boeing Co. in Everett. Campbell, who will be a senior at Northern Arizona University in the fall, is a mechanical engineering major who also plays volleyball for the Lumberjacks. And just because she’s got a full-time, paid internship at the aerospace giant doesn’t mean Campbell gets

a break from her responsibilities as an athlete. “It seems to be my day is go to work, get home, eat, work out and go to sleep,� Campbell said. “I’ve been keeping up with all the weight lifting and all the volleyball stuff.� She has always known she wanted to pursue a career that involved math and science so becoming a mechanical engineer seemed like a logical path. Despite the demands of being a Division I student athlete with a major that requires rigorous math and science courses, Campbell

be there with every ounce of me, so, it was pretty cool to be able to come full circle.� Now she is a setter for the national team, having been with the squad since 2010 in between professional contracts, but one

of the highlights of her storied career came recently when she was named to the Olympic team. When Thompson told me how she reacted when her coaches delivered the good news I couldn’t help but be amused. I’ve spoken with

her three or four times over the past nine years and have watched her play sports since she was a senior at Kentlake. “I couldn’t say anything,� she said. “I usually have a lot to say but there were no [ more THOMPSON page 11 ]

has maintained a 4.0 grade point average according to her player profile on NAU’s athletics website, and was named to Capital One Academic All-America Division-I volleyball third team, the first All-American in program history. Managing all of the, she said, requires exceptional time management. “I’ve been pretty good with keeping up with that kind of stuff,� Campbell said. “I have a planner that I use regularly. My whole life is in that thing.� She also credits the academic support the school provides her and other athletes who make sure players are on top of all of their academic requirements. Campbell also credits the NAU volleyball coaching staff for allowing the team [ more CAMPBELL page11 ]

Lauren Campbell, a Kentwood graduate, smashes the ball against Montana in a conference match. Photo courtesy of Matt Beaty, NAU Athletics

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[ CAMPBELL from page 10] to have time with family, especially over summer break, though it’s important to keep up with off season training. Being able to come home has been helpful, too, in allowing her to work last summer and this one in an internship that really helps her learn about her chosen field, network in her industry as well as provide a real-world perspective on all the theoretical classes she has taken. “Being around the area, especially if you want to be in engineering, you always look toward Boeing as the optimal place to work at but actually my dad has worked here for 25 years so that gave me a little bit of an in,� she said. “I’ve always wanted to work here, mainly because my dad has enjoyed it. If they give me the opportunity to work here, I would love to work at Boeing, and that’s all up to them to see if they would like to hire me but if they do I would jump on that. I have enjoyed every second I’ve been here and to me this seems like a good company.�

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freshman year at the UniJim McLaughlin. versity of Washington, and Now she’s a member of I remember very clearly a team that is ranked No. her telling me one 1 in the world. I of her main goals didn’t ask her if for her time as a she wants to win Husky was to win a a gold medal but I national title. bet that’s the plan Then the Huskies for the team. And did just that when with Thompson a Thompson was a Courtney Thompson part of that group junior. I know she I would be surwould give credit to prised if she didn’t the phenomenal hitters she add an Olympic volleyball set to as well as the coachgold medal to her multiple ing, particularly head coach championships — she also

won a league title last year with her pro team. It’s no easy thing to make the team, Thompson said, to be one of the best 12 women playing indoor volleyball in the United States. “We’ve just been training our butts off and working really hard,� she said. “I didn’t make every roster that I wanted to with the national team, but, I knew there were specific things I had to improve to make the team.�

Her father started out as an engineer and has since moved into business operations in the 787 program, she said, while Campbell is interning in the 737 Max program. In her first summer at Boeing she spent a fair amount of time learning how the company works, especially the acronyms, “which is like a different language,� she said. “This year I’ve been working on specifications, documents, the overall requirements on a spoiler they’re going to use on a 737 Max,� she said. “I’m excited about that because I get to learn about the inner workings of one of the components of an airplane. What my lead told me when I first joined is I’m not going to treat you like an intern, I’m going to treat you like an employee. I think I’ve learned so much more being treated as an employee than as an intern so it’s been much more gratifying. It’s been a great opportunity.� When she gets back to Flagstaff, Ariz., July 31, Campbell will spend some time telling the team about what she did during her summer vacation during two-a-day practices

and pre-season games. “Normally when I come back from my internship my teammates are very excited about it and want to know what I did,� she said. “They’re very into that kind of stuff and wondering what I did. It always makes me feel good that my teammates are supporting me and interested in what I’m doing.� Then it will be down to business on the volleyball court for Campbell, a 5-foot-8 outside hitter, who will be one of five seniors on the team this year. “We hope to get to the Big Sky championship. That is our No. 1 goal,� she said. “We haven’t made it to it yet, we’ve been rebuilding, we’ve been a young team. This year we’re going to have a lot of seniors, this year should be good, we should be past this rebuilding stage and hopefully reach that goal. We’ve been playing for four years together so that chemistry should hopefully show on the court and we can get some wins.�

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