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Great debate: Kent City Council members Dennis Higgins, left, and Deborah Ranniger agreed to put the property tax measure on the Nov. 6 ballot. STEVE HUNTER, Kent Reporter

Kent voters will decide Nov. 6 whether to approve a property tax levy increase to help pay for city park and street repairs. After a heated debate during a

two-hour special meeting, the Kent City Council voted 4-3 on Tuesday night to send the measure to the November ballot. But with the split council vote, it could be a rough road ahead for city officials to persuade voters to pass

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The city-owned ShoWare Center took a deeper loss than expected in the second quarter of this year because of an additional $100,000 business and occupation tax payable to the state Department of Revenue. “We were better than budget for the quarter and year to date we were $6,000 behind before the B&O tax,” said Patrick McCluskey, ShoWare finance director, at a Public Facilities District board meeting on July 26. “It was not in the budget so it is an unexpected expense.” The payment of McCluskey $100,000 left the ShoWare Center with financial losses of $290,741 through June of this year, about $106,000 more than the SMG projected loss of $184,430, according to the ShoWare income statement. The arena had expenses of $1.2 million through June and income of $963,000. The ShoWare Center is on the way to losing hundreds of thousands of dollars for the fourth consecutive year. The arena lost $451,723 in 2009, $398,013 in 2010 and $457,480 in 2011 for a total of more than $1.3 million. The city sets aside money in its annual capital budget to cover the losses. That money could be used for capital projects such as improvements to city streets and other facilities. ShoWare and city officials initially believed that salaries paid to SMG,

the property tax increase. Voters will be asked to approve a six-year property tax levy lid lift of 37 cents per $1,000 assessed property value or about $111 per year on a $300,000 home.

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Drive time Dunkan Nguyen, right, of the Young Cougs pushes by Cooper Campbell of the Mini Viks to deliver a layup during the ShoWare Shootout 3-on-3 basketball tournament last Sunday. The Young Cougs took first place in the third-grade age group. Story, page 10. CHARLES CORTES, Kent Reporter

Danny Stevens stands firmly on two feet, swings a smooth iron and turns heady shot-maker on the golf course come weekends. He can thank clinicians and specialists in the progressive prosthetics field for that. Stevens enjoys an active life – as a Portland-area salesman of medical equipment and as an amateur golfer with an impressive 2 handicap. “I am better than that,” he said after sending his approach shot wide of the par-4 17th hole at Kent’s Riverbend Golf Complex last Saturday. “I am much better than that shot.” Stevens is much better for someone who lost his lower right leg in a horrible accident seven years ago.

The thriving field of prosthetic technology has helped patients enjoy an active lifestyle that includes frequent rounds of golf. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter Facing serious health complications, he ultimately chose amputation. It wasn’t long before doctors and specialists got Stevens back on his feet, and back in the game. “I am doing just fine today,” he said with a smile. Stevens was one of 91 golfers who participated in the 12th annual Western [ more ADVANCES page 2 ]

Concerned neighborhoods to gather for National Night Out BY TRACEY COMPTON tcompton@rentonreporter.com

Pam Wells hopes that fellow residents in her Meadow Glen Townhomes community take the same attitude to safety and crime prevention that she does.

“I treat the entire property like it’s my house, my yard – even though I only own a percentage,” she said. Wells is a captain for a recently formed block watch at Meadow Glen, one of the many neighborhoods that will partici-

pate in Kent’s National Night Out event Tuesday. The festivities are part of nationwide effort to raise awareness about crime in communities and strengthen neighborhood spirit. About 103 neighborhood

events are registered with the Kent Police Department so far. Registration closes today. This is the 29th anniversary of National Night Out events across the country and the 27th year for activities in Kent. [ more NNO page 9 ]


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Danny Stevens follows his putt on the 17th hole at Riverbend during the 12th annual Western Amputee Golf Tournament last weekend. Stevens is an avid golfer who shoots a good game. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter ticipate a life without them. “But coming here and seeing people do these crazy, amazing things ‌ it’s just awesome.â€? When he isn’t in the classroom, Surowiec roofs houses with his brother. He coaches softball, basketball and football – activities that include his children’s teams. He also plays wheelchair basketball and participates on the national sit volleyball team. He plans to compete in his first triathlon this summer. Thriving prosthetic technology has helped patients like Surowiec. “Things have changed over the last 30 years or so,â€? said David Kelly, of Hanger Clinic, Surowiec’s prosthetist. “Someone looking at an amputation can expect

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Flight to safety A Snohomish Sheriff Department helicopter transports several first responders with the Airborne Tactical Extraction Platform (AirTEP) at the Government Services Administration complex in Auburn on Monday. The exercise was part of the Seattle Urban Areas Security Initiative preparation for large-scale disaster drill slated for multiple sites in South King County on Aug. 29. The AirTEP is a 115-pound device that rescue choppers use to insert and extract up to 10 people. The Valley Regional Fire Authority, King County Fire and Rescue, and the Maple Valley, Enumclaw, Kent and Tukwila fire departments participated in the drills. SHAWN SKAGER, Reporter

King County prosecutors have charged a 44-year-old Kent woman and her 32-year-old boyfriend with promoting commercial sexual abuse of a minor for allegedly setting up a 15-year-old girl and two other girls to work as prostitutes. Altesa Bernice Turner and Bernard Demond Watkins are scheduled to be arraigned on the charges Aug. 6 in King County Superior Court at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent. Turner remained Friday in the county jail in Seattle with bail set at $50,000. Watkins remained in the county jail in Kent with bail at $50,000. Kent Police arrested the couple July 12 at their Kent apartment. The couple allegedly pimped several juvenile girls this summer through advertisements posted on www.backpage.com, a website known to be used by pimps and prostitutes to find customers through ads posted for escorts, according to charging papers. Detectives tracked down Turner and Watkins after police responded to a 911 call about a fight July 11 at a bus stop in the 10800 block of Southeast 208th Street. Officers arrested Turner for investigation of fourth-degree assault in the fight for reportedly exiting her car and initiating a fight with another woman at the bus stop. The two women knew each other. Officers discovered during their investigation of the fight that Turner and Watkins were involved in prostitu-

tion activity, narcotics and firearms. Watkins moved from Indiana into Turner’s apartment in Kent around March of this year. Turner reportedly took photos of the 15-year-old girl wearing Turner’s purple lingerie and black high heels, according to charging papers. The photos were used to post an ad on backpage.com. Detectives saw an ad on the site posted July 9 that listed Turner’s phone number as a contact and included five photos of the girl, including one wearing purple lingerie and black high heels. The girl also had a distinctive tattoo on her chest that helped detectives determine it was the same girl who had been photographed in the couple’s apartment. Another photo of the girl showed a couch that matched a couch found in the couple’s apartment. The ad on the website also listed two other females and Turner’s contact number. Watkins allegedly also posted ads on the website with his phone number as a contact. He would collect 50 percent of the money that the girls would get while working as a prostitute. The girls would meet some clients at the couple’s apartment. A Valley SWAT team raided the couple’s unit July 12 at the Indigo Springs Apartments, 11101 SE 208th St. Detectives searched the residence and found several items depicted in backpage.com ads, including purple lingerie, black high heels, leopard print lingerie and a distinctive floral patterned couch. During an interview with detectives, Turner said she allowed girls to use her lingerie, heels, couch and apartment to take photos.

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The levy would raise about $29 million over six years, $18.3 million for parks and $10.7 million for streets as 23 cents per $1,000 would go to parks each year and 14 cents per $1,000 to streets. The levy would expire after six years. The ballot measure will describe the park and street projects to be paid for and require a simple majority. Council members Dennis Higgins, Deborah Ranniger, Bill Boyce and Dana Ralph voted to send the measure to voters. Jamie Perry, Elizabeth Albertson and Les Thomas voted against the measure. “We are here to solve a problem that isn’t going away,” said Higgins, the council president, in his opening statement at the meeting. “If we don’t deal with facilities that are falling apart and streets that are falling apart today, they will have to be shut down, they will have to be rebuilt and they will have to be torn out.” The council formed citizen committees earlier this year to come up with recommendations for parks and street funding and to help prioritize repairs. Those recommendations went to an ad-hoc committee of council members Higgins, Ralph and Albertson. Those three came up with final recommendations to the full council. Perry strong opposed asking voters to approve a property tax increase, especially with no solid plan by the council to charge businesses more to help pay for street

improvements. “Our residents are already paying far more than their surrounding communities,” Perry said. “And asking them to raise their rates further without looking at other options, I cannot do.” Perry came armed to the meeting with statistics to back up her statement. She said Kent residents pay 60 percent of the property taxes that come into the city, with business property owners paying the other 40 percent. Perry said a Kent resident with a $350,000 home pays $4,805 in all property taxes to support schools, the city, King County, fire department and other entities supported by the tax. She said in Bellevue, an owner of a $350,000 home pays $3,237 in property taxes. In Seattle, the property tax on a $350,000 home is $3,559. The councilwoman then pointed out the differences between Kent and other cities as far as business taxes. “You have Bellevue, Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Bellingham, Burien, Des Moines, Issaquah and Olympia all have a B&O (business and occupation) tax,” Perry said. You have Spokane, Vancouver and Renton who all have a head (per employee) tax. Kent has neither. “A B&O or head tax or some sort of business tax seems like a much more reasonable option to me than asking our residents to further burden themselves than what they’re already paying. It’s time this council stood up and enacted one of those business taxes.” Despite Perry’s plea, the council

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voted down 5-2 on Tuesday night a proposal to levy a B&O tax of 0.2 percent on wholesalers or warehouse distributors. Perry and Albertson voted for the tax as a method to help get companies whose trucks damage many of the roads to help pay for repairs to the streets. After that vote, the council voted 6-1, with Albertson against, to pass a resolution that the city will enact some type of business tax or fee by the end of the year. Most of the council wanted more time to work with the business community to see how to come up with another $4 million or so per year through a new tax or fee to pay for streets. Several council members said they realize in order for voters to approve the property tax increase the city needs to adopt a new business tax or fee of some type. The council agreed unanimously on one item Tuesday. They asked city administration to hire a consultant to study the city budget and operations in an effort to find further efficiencies to reduce the budget by as much as $2 million per year. Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke told the council she did not yet know how much such a study would cost or how long it would take to complete until she has a chance to look into the issue. “I recognize the fact the council and I would like to use the results of this in support of any kind of effort we take to the public for a levy lid lift,” Cooke said. “I’m very cognizant that it needs to be sooner rather than later.”

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As Valley Medical Center has reached the one-year anniversary of our Strategic Alliance with UW Medicine, I am pleased to report that we have already increased the availability of quality health care in our community. In the July 2011 to July 2012 period, we have increased the clinical expertise and services available to our residents by expanding coverage at Valley in neurological surgery and thoracic surgery, expanding education and training through the UW emergency medicine residency, standardizing reporting for patient safety and quality, implementing a rapid process improvement program to reduce the costs of care and creating additional access to primary care, secondary care and highly specialized care when needed. The coming year should bring expansion to oncology services, cardiology, urology, ophthalmology and several other clinical areas. Being a part of the UW Medicine system allows our physicians to have priority access to specialized care at UW Medicine when a patient needs urgent specialty services such as open heart surgery or organ transplant surgery. In addition to the expansion of clinical services, we are working to reduce the overall cost of health care and to transform healthcare delivery. The recent Supreme Court decision on healthcare reform validates the concept of integrated delivery systems; a key component is readily available primary care. The combination of VMC’s clinics and UW Medicine’s Neighborhood Clinics has increased access to care in your neighborhoods and access to world class specialists when needed. Valley Medical Center is committed to continuing the progress we have achieved in the first year of the Strategic Alliance. The shared mission to improve the health of [ more JENSEN page 6 ]

fast-food chains, movie theaters, malls and retailers, have become the last resort for out-of-work college graduates or older Americans forced back into the job market. University of Washington sociology professor Charles Hirschman told the Times, “When you can’t find someone to bag your groceries or work construction, often teenagers are the labor force you

ting. They also educate people on safe and responsible use of the drug. Teaching the patients regularly to exercise thoughtful responsibility, discretion, safe use, avoidance of operating machinery while medicated, keeping it locked in a safe place out of public view and far away from children at all times, and so forth. The pros for allowing and keeping access points far outweigh the cons. If there is going to be marijuana, why not have it in a location that can be an asset to public safety? Without an official access point, the patients may acquire the medication from just about any location. Unregulated, unmonitored and without education for safety. The alleyway behind the local grocery store, the parking lot of a park and ride, a quick exchange at the bus stop – the possibilities are endless. [ more LETTERS page 6 ]

can count on to pick up the slack for a low wage. But now, with the recession, everybody has moved down and these jobs aren’t going to teenagers.” Traditionally, those part-time jobs were a right of passage, teaching young people critical work skills, such as showing up on time, dealing with customers and managing their own money – in short, responsibility. Growing up in Montana, I had several part-time jobs, including delivering newspapers [ more GUEST OP page 7 ]


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the public has allowed VMC and the rest of UW Medicine to focus on expansion of services and alignment of best practices as we prepare for healthcare reform and the growing needs of our population. The focus of the Board of Trustees, with eleven trustees living in the service area, is to provide oversight to the delivery of health care in our community. We will continue to provide progress reports to let you know when new services are added. Thank you for relying on Valley Medical Center for your health care.

With official safe access points for medical marijuana patients, these type of occurrences are less likely. Medical marijuana patients will get their medication in a safe place – which means safety for the patient and for the general public as well. Cities banning medical marijuana access points are in essence encouraging back alley drug deals exposing the general public to unnecessary risks and denying public safety education to the patients who will find and have access to the marijuana regardless of city policy. It seems some cities

Lisa Jensen is chair of the Valley Medical Center Board of Trustees.

struggle with zoning for these type of facilities. Here’s an idea: Keep it in a well-lit commercial zone. No growing of live plants allowed, no closer than 1,000 feet of a school, daycare or public park from property line to property line, and no closer than 1,000 feet to another access facility. Mandatory video surveillance with recording device and alarm systems installed. With these type of zoning requirements there won’t be facilities popping up on every corner and the city can be certain the facility is a safe and secure location for patients and the

public as well. There is no reason why marijuana access facilities and a city cannot work cooperatively to educate the people and monitor the safe distribution of the medicine. With the proliferation of medical marijuana (now legal in 17 states and D.C.), it seems time to stop fighting against each other and begin working to monitor safe access and public safety concerns. – Jeanna Starr DONATE TODAY: Kent Food Bank, 515 W. Harrison St., No. 107. For more information or to volunteer, call 253-520-3550 or visit www.skcfc.org/kentfoodbank.

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agree to move it down.” The $100,000 assessed by the state in April covers the tax on salaries since the arena opened in 2009. The actual tax per year will be about $30,000, McCluskey said. Board member Mike Miller said arenas operated directly by cities do not pay the B&O tax on salaries. But because the city hired SMG to run the facility, it is considered a third party and therefore subject to the tax. That comment led board member Greg Haffner to ask Nachlinger if there is any potential legal challenge to the ruling by the city. “We had one of our attorneys who is very familiar with the B&O tax look over everything

and we could challenge it but we would lose,” Nachlinger said. The state ruling surprised Greg Haffner, a business and real estate lawyer. “I’m frankly shocked it’s applicable,” Haffner said. “I’m not a tax expert so I don’t want to sit here and say the Department of Revenue is wrong. But they’re not always right.” McCluskey also explained that the state considers SMG a third party rather than part of the city staff. “The city is giving money to SMG for salaries so they’re saying that’s revenue to SMG so the tax is on the salaries,” McCluskey said. “They initially went after all expenses.”

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BENJAMIN HEADED TO U OF MARY Kentwood High graduate Mykala Benjamin was accepted into the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., starting this fall. Benjamin took part in soccer, basketball, track and field and Conk Crew. She has earned recognition as a member of the 2012 Soccer 4A Washington state championship team and the 2011 track 4A state championship team, is a 400 and 800 meter state champion, the 2011 soccer offensive MVP, first team All-League, and All-State honorable mention. The Marauders are part of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference in NCAA Division II. Benjamin plans to major in athletic training. She is the daughter of Horace and Angelina Benjamin of Kent.

Like many professional drivers in the National Hot Rod Association, Steve Torrence, pilot of the Capco Top Fuel dragster, grew up at the drag strip. Unlike other drivers, however, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s known tragedy, which propelled his career forward and brought it to a halt. An accident that killed a driver led to an incredible run for Torrence in 2005 after cancer had sidelined him in 2000. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That was probably the biggest victory of all (beating cancer),â&#x20AC;? Torrence said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That was way bigger than any Wally Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve ever won. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a life changing experience.â&#x20AC;? (A Wally is a trophy awarded to winners of an NHRA national event.) Yet having overcome that and the other obstacles it takes to assemble a race

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Steve Torrence launches the Capco top fuel dragster at a race earlier this season. The driver has risen through the ranks and started his own team, Torrence Racing, which has burst onto the scene this year with two wins in four final rounds. COURTESY PHOTO to Frank Hawleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s driving school to earn his alcohol dragster license, But in April 2005 tragedy

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when he drove Dexter Tuttleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Top Fuel dragster. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was a pretty big transition, but not really as great as going from sportsman to alcohol,â&#x20AC;? Torrence said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The quickest and fastest I had ever run in an alcohol car was when I went 5.20 at 227 mph. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a pretty drastic jump to say the least. When these things take off, you thought you were going pretty fast in an alcohol car, it keeps going as hard as you left, if not harder.â&#x20AC;? Not a surprise given that a Top Fuel dragster can top out at faster than 300 mph by the time it reaches the finish line 1,000

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feet down track, while generating close to 8,000 horsepower. And the long, skinny cars can â&#x20AC;&#x201C; when the conditions are right â&#x20AC;&#x201C; make it down the drag strip in less than four seconds, thanks to the nitromethane-gasoline fuel mixture used in them and the Funny Cars. What heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s accomplished this season is amazing, too, given the fact Torrence put his team together in 3 1/2 months. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We raced the last three races of 2006,â&#x20AC;? Torrence said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s when the demise of Torco Fuels began. I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t race in 2007, sporadically in 2008. I raced the full season

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in 2010. Capco was still on the car, Capco is our family business. Last year we started the season and about halfway through we decided to start our own family Top Fuel team. We ran the last few races of last year just to get our feet wet.â&#x20AC;? With crew chief Richard Hogan on board, Torrence has been able to put together quite a run so far, and he hopes to keep it going. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It maintains a level of professionalism and the expectations of what weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re trying to achieve over here,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really changed our goals, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve just reached them a lot sooner than

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If you’ve been traveling this summer be sure to take note of great garden ideas from around the world. We’ve just returned from visiting great gardens in Russia, Sweden, Denmark and other parts of the Baltic. This northern European tour was so inspirational that at one point our group of travelhappy gardeners just broke out into song. Keep reading to find out why there was some happy but rotten singing in Denmark. The plant material and garden designs of northern Europe are easy to adapt to Western Washington as the cool summers and long days make gardening in the north a celebration of long days but short summers - just like at home.

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- like columns framing a piece of great art. Speaking of art, if you ever get a chance to visit St. Petersburg’s Hermitage museum - well, there’s a reason it is called the 8th wonder of the world. Inspiration from Sweden: Linnaeus and the twin flower Carl Linnaeus was Sweden’s native son and the genius that came up with the binomial system for naming plants and animals that we still use today. His home and garden is a beautiful example of a living museum with his favorite plant and namesake “Linnaea borealis: or the twin flower still blooming in early summer. Western Washington gardeners are lucky that this woodland ground cover plant is native to our region. The secret to getting the double-flowering, delicate blooms to spread under rhodies and vine maples is to mulch the top of the plants with leaf mold each autumn. [ more BINETTI page 15 ]

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Published in the Mercer Island Reporter & Snoqualmie Valley Record on August 1, 2012; Auburn, Bellevue, Covington/Maple Valley/Black Diamond, Issaquah/Sammamish. Kent, Kirkland, Redmond & Renton Reporters on August 3, 2012. #655097

CITY OF KENT NOTICE OF ORDINANCES PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL The following is a summary of ordinances adopted by the Kent City Council on July 31, 2012: ORDINANCE NO. 4042 AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the City of Kent, Washington, providing for the submission to the qualified electors of the City at an election to be held on November 6, 2012, of a proposition authorizing the City to increase the tax levy limit established in RCW 84.55.010 to provide additional funds to improve and add to existing parks and streets infrastructure. Effective Date: August 8, 2012 Each ordinance will take effect 30 days from the date of passage, unless subjected to referendum or vetoed by the Mayor, or unless otherwise noted. A copy of the complete text of any ordinance will be mailed upon request to the City Clerk. Brenda Jacober, CMC, City Clerk Published in the Kent Reporter on August 3, 2012. #658774 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF LIEN SALE AUCTION DATE: AUGUST 14, 2012 AT 10:00AM

Property belonging to Brian Fitzjarrald, (unit#(s), (000008746, 030226), Frank Shoichet, (000001196, 040988), Charles Guzek, (000011647), Lindan Stromberg, (000001375), Nancy Bryant, (000002023), Mieka Franchi, (035966), Barbara Gayden, (020239), Owen Shoemaker, (040950), Katie Garland, (040155), Suellen Howard, (041170, 041171), Renae Gaines, (000000276), Mary Logan, (043922), Alton Webb, (046425, 049566), Walter Brazelton, (024006, 030960), Shaun Johnson, (28808, 37310, 12009), Ellen Thompson, (21678, 5382), Brandon Butler, (8728), will be sold by live public auction (verbal bidding) on AUGUST 14, 2012 STARTING AT 10:00AM at DOOR TO DOOR STORAGE, INC., 6412 S 216th, Kent, WA 98032. Goods were neither packed, loaded, nor inventoried by Door to Door Storage, Inc. General description of the goods likely to be sold: Household, business or consumer goods, namely personal effects, china, furniture, clothing, books, glass, silverware, electronics, tools, and similar items; but actual contents, condition, and quality are unknown to Door to Door Storage, Inc. Persons under 15 not admitted. Photo ID is required for bidders. Only cash or credit card as payment. Bidder Registration begins at 9:30am. Viewing begins at 10:00am, and bidding will begin soon after. Each container is 5 ft wide x 8 ft long x 7 ft high. Auctioneer: Thomas Hayward, Thomas Hayward Auctioneers, 6167 Jarvis Avenue #286, Newark, CA 94560, (510) 304-4480, License #2845. 7/27, 8/3/12 CNS-2347284# THE KENT REPORTER #651318 CITY OF KENT LAND USE & PLANNING BOARD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AUGUST 13, 2012 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Kent Land Use

and Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 2012 at 7:00 P.M. in City Council Chambers, 220 S. Fourth Avenue, Kent, WA 98032. The Hearing Agenda will include the following item(s): [ZCA-2012-2] Kent City Code Chapter 12.05 This is a public hearing to consider amendments to the Mobile Home Parks Code primarily to reflect consistency with the current permit process and to correct definitions and references. Any person wishing to submit oral or written comments on this proposal may do so prior to the hearing or at the hearing by email to Katie Graves at: kgraves@ci.kent.wa.us. The public is invited to attend and all interested persons will have an opportunity to speak. For further information or a copy of the staff report or text of the proposed amendment, contact the Planning Services office at (253) 856-5454. You may access the City’s website for available download documents pertaining to the Land Use and Planning Board at: http://kentwa.iqm2.com/citizens/Default.aspx?DepartmentID=1004. Any person requiring a disability accommodation should contact the City in Advance for more information. For TDD relay service for Braille, call 1-800-833-6385, for TDD relay service for the hearing impaired, call 1-800-833-6388 or call the City of Kent Planning Services directly at (253) 856-5499 (TDD) or the main line at (253) 856-5454. DATED: July 31, 2012 Charlene Anderson, AICP, Planning Manager Published in the Kent Reporter on August 3, 2012. #658055 Public Notice Satwant Singh, Developer of Singh 9-Lot Short Plat, Kent, WA, is seeking coverage the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit.

The proposed 1.9 acre project, known as Singh 9-Lot Short Plat is located at SE 225th Place and 104th Ave Ave SE in Kent, Washington. Approximately 1.7 acres will be cleared and regraded for the construction of stormwater facilities, roads, utilities, sidewalks, and 9 single family residential lots. Erosion and sedimentation control BMP’s will be employed to control emissions from the site during construction. There are no wetlands, streams or sensitive areas on this property. The proposed project will include construction of a stormwater detention and water quality facility located within the subdivision. All stormwater runoff from this project will pass through this facility. After treatment the runoff will discharge to the downstream drainage system. The downstream drainage system consisting of open ditches and closed storm drain piping flows to an unnamed tributary to Garrison Creek in Kent, WA. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. (Dates of Publication in the Kent Reporter August 3 and August 10, 2012.) Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 Published in the Kent Reporter on August 3, 10, 2012. #658358


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to Tivoli. It was standing in front of this building that our group of travelers broke out into song. This was to the delight of the Europeans who at first thought we must be another street act paid to perform at the park. We really could have passed as professionals had we all been able to carry a tune and remember the words. That did not stop us from singing the song twice โ€“ and applauding ourselves. โ€œItโ€™s a Small Worldโ€ should play in your head every time you travel โ€“ because gardens and traveling encourages us all to keep growing. Marianne Binetti is the author of โ€œEasy Answers for Great Gardensโ€ and several other books. For book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a selfaddressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her website, www.binettigarden.com.

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