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By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer The preliminary round has been polished off and political candidates can now focus on the stretch run to November’s general election. Last week’s primary election narrowed the field in long list of races, both legislative and statewide. Given Washington’s “top two” system, only the No. 1 and No. 2 finishers in each race survived the cut. Voters will make their final decisions during the Nov. 6 general election. The closest-to-home races will be for the two House of Representatives

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Howling Rain plays for the Rock the Green benefit for the Middle Green Coalition Saturday at Kanaskat Palmer State Park. Top left, drummer Alan Kochevar, top right, Bernie McKinney on bass and vocals, Darrell Vernon, guitar and Randy Martin, bongos. Dennis Box , Courier-Herald

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he future of Flaming Geyser State Park was discussed during a legislative tour of the park July 31. State Sen. Pam Roach and Rep. Zack Hudgins attended the event. Daniel Farber from the Washington State Parks and Recreation

Black Diamond development in Superior Court Dennis Box Editor

Commission, Ranger Jeff Vassallo and Larry Fairleigh, assistant director with State Parks led the tour. Located south of Black Diamond on Green Valley Road, the 520-acre park was purchased by the state in the late 1960s, Vassallo said. Farber and Vassallo pointed out the park has fallen on tough times due to budget cuts to all state parks since the recession of 2008. Fairleigh said prior to the recession the state parks were “two-thirds tax supported and now it is essentially a public enterprise…. We can’t maintain parks by just writing a check anymore.”

King County Superior Court 3B was packed the morning of Aug. 3 as attorneys argued the fate of the YarrowBay master planned developments targeted for Black Diamond. Judge Patrick Oishi heard the Land Use Petition Act appeal. For nearly three hours the parties presented their cases for and against the two developments, The Villages and Lawson Hills, which would add about 6,250 residences along with commercial, retail, schools, open space and parks. At the close of the hearing, Oishi said

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COURT FROM 1 he would render a decision later. He did not give a specific date. Attorney Bob Sterbank of the Issaquah firm Kenyon Disend represented Black Diamond. Nancy Rogers of Cairncross and Hempelmann in Seattle represented the Kirkland developer YarrowBay and David Bricklin of Seattle-based Bricklin and Newman presented the case for Toward Responsible Development, the group of community members who filed the LUPA appeal in October 2010. MAKING AN APPEAL Bricklin opened by stating the YarrowBay development is the largest ever proposed in King County. “It is proposed to occur in a tiny town, Black Diamond,” he said. The ordinances approving the two developments were unanimously passed by the Black Diamond City Council in September 2010, which prompted the appeal by Toward Responsible Development. “The basic outlines of the project are in place, and, this is a critical point… the city doesn’t get a second chance on any of those decisions,”

Bricklin said. “The code provides that YarrowBay locks in the development rights associated with these ordinances.” According to Bricklin, the environmental impact statements for the projects did not provide the necessary details for the city. “The result we saw...was very unsettling in a couple of ways,” Bricklin said. “The environmental impact statement simply didn’t dig into the meaty issues. Didn’t provide the decision makers with the important information they needed.” Bricklin said, concerning the city code, “time and again the City Council looked for and found a way to circumvent the requirements of their code.” Phil Olbrechts, the city’s hearing examiner, ruled the environmental impact statements for the projects were adequate. Following his ruling, the City Council considered the projects and approved the ordinances. Bricklin described the decision as “very perplexing.” THE CITY Sterbank spoke second, asking the judge to affirm the “unanimous decision of the Black Diamond City Council” approving the ordinances for the two master planned developments.

Sterbank said there were three overarching principles concerning the case. First, he said, “collateral attacks on underlying, fundamental land-use planning choices are impermitable. No. 2, the court’s review here is fundamentally deferential, both to the City Council’s decision and to the hearing examiner’s decision…. And third, application of the correct standards of review to the actual language of the City Council’s MPD permit decision and the actual language of the hearing examiner’s decisions and consideration of the actual testimony in evidence in the record, not counsel’s (Bricklin) characterization of it, requires the court to affirm the City Council’s and hearing examiner’s decision.” Sterbank said of the YarrowBay development, “Those fundamental planning choices were not challenged and they cannot be collaterally attacked here, and yet TRD’s position… are shot through with collateral attacks on the size of the project and starts with the mantra these are massive projects and deserve some special treatment.” A humorous moment came when Sterbank described the allegations in TRD’s brief as “rhetori-





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“I am not going to pick and choose the different things that the hearing examiner might have said. I’m going to look at everything the hearing examiner said. I am also going to look at the context and really take a big picture view of everything. Whether it is going to benefit one party or another has no bearing.” Judge Patrick Oishi

cal Whack-A-Mole…. The bottom line is we ask the court to be skeptical with the claims and look at the actual language in the decision and actual language in evidence.” YARROWBAY YarrowBay’s attorney asked the judge to affirm the City Council’s and hearing examiner’s decisions. In her opening statement, Rogers stated TRD’s brief went “beyond advocacy…. If we are going to take the examiner’s word, and I think we should, we need to take him at all of his words.” Regarding the TRD contention vital information was missing from the EIS, Rogers said, “The examiner’s decision was clear. That the only information omitted from the EIS was relatively minor.” Rogers pointed out there has been considerable development around Black Diamond, with projects in Covington, Kent and Maple Valley. “The state Supreme Court recognized these lands are destined for development,” she said. She said the allegations there is nothing the city can do later was not accurate. “YarrowBay can just go out and keep building houses until the cows come home. Doesn’t matter,” Rogers said. “It’s just not accurate.” Rogers said there were more than 150 conditions to be met, many requiring retesting before building can continue.

“At the beginning of each phase there has to be a fiscal analysis,” Rogers said. “If that shows a deficiency there are provisions by which the city can halt the development. This is not an à la carte YarrowBay gets to do whatever it wants kind of approval.” Regarding complaints of clear-cutting of the land, Rogers said, “Unless you live in a tent or a natural cave, or you work in a tent or a natural cave, the building in which you live or work was necessarily sitting on land that was cleared of something and graded in some way in order to pour a foundation. It is fundamental to development.” Concerning the hearing examiner’s ruling on the EIS, “The rule of reason cuts to whether the EIS provides a reasonably thorough discussion of the probable environmental impacts of a proposal,” she said. The YarrowBay attorney brought up the issue of legal standing or the ability to continue the appeal. Rogers said the one of the original appellants, Joe May, withdrew from the appeal after he was elected to the City Council. May filed an appeal of the final EIS regarding The Villages concerning phosphorus levels from stormwater runoff into Lake Sawyer. Rogers also addressed a complaint raised about possible construction noise in the form of an appeal filed by Vickie Harp, William Harp and Cindy Proctor. “Unfortunately Mr. Harp has passed away. Mrs. Harp and her daughter, Ms. Proctor, have moved away. There’s no one left with prejudice as to those issues raised in the appeal,” Rogers said. “It is a legal issue and I know the community doesn’t understand it. But I think standing is really important.” IN CLOSING Bricklin returned for a 20-minute rebuttal, stat-

ing TRD was not challenging the density of the development. “We are not collaterally attacking the comprehensive plan,” Bricklin said. “We are invoking the comprehensive plan.” The judge said — concerning the EIS and the hearing examiner’s ruling — “I am not going to pick and choose the different things that the hearing examiner might have said. I’m going to look at everything the hearing examiner said. I am also going to look at the context and really take a big picture view of everything. Whether it is going to benefit one party or another has no bearing.” The judge complimented the attorneys at the close of the hearing and said, “This is a case that is important to a lot of folks. It’s important to the city of Black Diamond, it’s important to the citizens that live there, it’s important to the developer. I want everyone here to rest assured I don’t take any of these issues lightly…. What I want you to feel at the end of the process is you’ve been heard, that I’ve looked at things critically, I looked at all the appropriate information and I was fair. And if I can make one assurance, I am going to be absolutely fair and thorough during the process.” Following the hearing, Bricklin said he was happy to see how well prepared the judge was for the hearing. Bricklin said a basic issue in the TRD case is, the “hearing examiner’s decision is wrong.” He also said Oishi could rule the EIS is adequate, “but still rule for us on other issues.” Sterbank also noted how well prepared the judge was for the case. “His questions were well placed particularly on the adequacy claim….” Sterbank said. “The hearing examiner correctly applied the rule of reason standard…. The choice under the statute is to affirm.”

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Returning to roots, WR will play at Sheets By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

Returning to their historic roots, the White River High Hornets will play their first home football game of the fall season on the natural grass surface of Sheets Field in downtown Buckley. It has been nine full seasons since the Hornets last played at Sheets, known for its rustic, wooden grandstands and often-muddy field. Current players only know the artificial turf and shiny metal bleachers of their field on the White River campus on the outskirts of town. But generations of Hornets fondly recall the days when many spectators walked to the game and others filled every parking spot in the neighborhood surrounding the downtown school. The situation changed with completion of the replacement White River High and the transition of the old high school to Glacier Middle School. Games have been played on campus since the fall of 2003 when doors of the new school swung open. That will change, for one night only, on Sept. 7 when the White River Hornets host Highline High in nonleague

State parks officials are trying to expand recruitment of volunteers, according to Fairleigh, but there are issues with providing staff to oversee volunteer programs. State parks officials are trying to expand recruitment of volunteers, according to Fairleigh, but there are issues with providing staff to oversee volunteer programs. Vassalo and Farber outlined some of the specific problems with Flaming Geyser and the plan to bring the park up to desired standards. Vassallo said the electrical system failed in 2010 and an estimate from Puget Sound Energy to make the system meet today’s standards came in at more than $500,000. There are also problems with the outdated sewer system and water and the lodge currently has neither water or bathrooms. A concept plan for improving the park was discussed during the tour, which includes electrical, sewer and water improve-

ments. The proPolicy Act) process posal calls for a with public meettram or transit ings. vehicle to transFarber described port park visitors the plan as an during peak-use improvements and periods. upgrades, “not an Pam Roach Current projects expansion.” in the works are a Hudgins said the w a t e r-t r e a t m e nt state parks no lonsystem and construction of ger receives revenue from a picnic shelter. the state general fund. Roach said it is impor“The bright light for parks tant for the area residents is it is the one thing in the and those directly affected legislature that both sides by the park improvements work on to find a combe involved in the progress mon solution,” Hudgins and planning of the proj- said. “No general fund ects. (revenue) is a huge shift “We have to realize there for parks. All revenue will are 6,000 homes going in be from the Discover Card Black Diamond,” Roach and internal fees.” said. “I am asking for a According to the parks larger community discus- website, the Discover sion (regarding the park Pass is a “vehicle-access plan.)” pass” allowing access to Roach said the park will Washington state-managed be a “huge draw” and an recreation lands. increase in traffic would An annual pass costs affect Green Valley Road. $35 and a one-time pass is “We have to consider $11.50. what we are doing to this According to an execuroad,” Roach said. “I love tive summary document this park and 95 percent (of from state parks, more the concept plan) I am very than $17 million in genmuch in favor.” eral fund revenue and $4 Farber said there are no million in Aquatic Lands plans to increase the park- Enhancement Account will ing spots for the park and go away in 2013. The gap is the plan went through the to be filled by Discover Pass SEPA (State Environmental revenue and other fees.





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ing received 47 percent of the primary vote, compared with McKenna’s 43 percent. Seven other candidates split the remaining votes. In other primary races of note: • Looking to replace McKenna as attorney general, Bob Ferguson and Reagan Dunn advanced to the general election with 52 percent and 38 percent of the vote, respectively. Both currently sit on the Metropolitan King County Council. • Running for secretary of state, Kim Wyman, 39 percent, and Kathleen Drew, 21 percent, advanced to the November ballot. • Hoping to become state auditor, James Watkins took 46 percent of the primary vote; also advancing was Troy Kelley with 24 percent. • Other statewide races appear to offer little in the way of drama, as incumbents took more

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crowd. Engineers performed a “load test” and, when things checked out OK, the process moved forward. Gibson is looking forward to two exciting weeks to open the football season. The game at Sheets comes in Week 2, following a season opener that pits the Hornets of White River against the Hornets of Enumclaw High. The traditional rivals will play Aug. 31 on the second-year, Pete’s Pool turf at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The season opener is significant in that it marks the return of the annual Hornet-Hornet tussle. The teams from the neighboring districts played for decades, even when they moved to different leagues. The rivalry game went on hiatus when former EHS coach Don Bartel chose to go another direction with his nonleague schedule; preferring not to play schools from a smaller classification, White River and Enumclaw did not meet in 2010 or 2011. When Bartel stepped down, Gibson and Enumclaw Athletic Director Kevin Smith agreed to resume the rivalry.

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action. The Sheets Field game will kick off at 7 p.m. The decision to return one game to downtown Buckley was the brainchild of White River Athletic Director Chris Gibson. “We thought it would be an outstanding way to honor the community of Buckley,” Gibson said. “It’s a neat, nostalgic place to play.” A lot of work is needed to prepare Sheets Field for a single game, but costs will be kept to a minimum thanks to the time and expertise being volunteered by Hornet boosters. “There are a lot of outstanding people in this community doing a lot of work to make this happen,” Gibson said. For example, the field will be shifted slightly to have it fit better within the surrounding track. That means goal posts at each end of the field will have to be moved slightly to the west and the crown in the center of the field will move accordingly. Before plans could be finalized, it had to be determined that the Sheets grandstands could support a good-sized

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Pat Stevenson celebrates 100th

Pat Stevenson, who recently celebrated her 100th birthday, was born in England but now calls Buckley home.

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Pat Stevenson celebrated her 100th birthday last

month with friends at the Buckley Senior Center. She was born in Barrowin-Furness, England, the

same year as the sinking of the Titanic. She recalls many fond memories from her century of life. She and her husband married in exotic Panama and remained wed for 52 years. Before settling in Buckley, she also lived in Philadelphia, New York and Oxnard, Calif. “My favorite place to live was definitely Oxnard because of the beaches,” Stevenson said, noting that 20 miles of coastline makes for some terrific beach scenery. Stevenson – whose mother was born in Oslo and her father in England – spent her first 18 years in Great Britain. She then moved with her family to the United States, witnessing the tragedies marked by the Great Depression. As a mother of two daughters, Stevenson was a busy but nurturing mother. “She made everything happy and pleasant for our childhood,” daughter Patty Porter said. Stevenson said she has had a wonderful life and remains busy, playing bridge every week. She admits her body has aged but maintains that her mind is “excellent.” During her younger days, she loved to play golf, go bowling and fishing and ride around on her ATV.

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Can working Boomers retire? Some doubt it Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Working Baby Boomers may be the group most stressed about their economic futures, according to the newly-released results of the 2012 AARP election survey. The senior citizen advocacy group called 1,852 registered voters, almost threequarters of whom were 50 and older, between July 10 and July 16. An approximate 1,001 respondents were randomly sampled and the remainder came from a focused random sample of 50-and-older adults to gain a greater clarity of data for the desired age group. Younger voters were those aged 18 to 49. Survey workers gathered responses to questions in categories that, when taken as a whole, would create an “Anxiety Index” of voters concerns. Among those concerns were inflation, taxes, retirement opportunities, financial security, and health care affordability. All ages seemed to agree the national economy is in bad shape: three-quarters of voters 50 and older and 18 to 49 classified the condition of the national econ-

omy as at least “Bad.” A greater percentage of older voters classified the economy as “Very Bad”—43 percent versus 28 percent. Younger voters and retirees were consistent in their responses to the question, “How satisfied are you with your own financial situation today?” Sixty-six percent of respondents from both groups were at least somewhat satisfied, and even the “somewhat/very” divide between the groups’ responses were similar within 1 percent. Boomers—respondents aged 50 to-64 with full-time employment—had only a 54 percent satisfaction rate with their own financial situation. Boomers were also the most worried about their ability to achieve their financial goals, with worry making up 60 percent of responses. Boomers had the highest score, at 70 out of 100, on the AARP Anxiety Index. The five greatest fears, from highest to lowest, were: • prices rising faster than income • not having financial security in retirement • having to pay too much in taxes • not being able to retire when (they) want for finan-

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Former EHS standout shines for the Bells By Sam Horn

Olson receives tremendous support from his family. A instant source of inspiration is a brother, Alex, who died in December. His death has motivated Olson even more. “Every time I go out on the mound, I know that Alex is with me and it makes me want to win the game for him,” Olson said. His brother’s death had a long-lasting impact, as Olson changed his major from communications to psychology and aspires to become a juvenile counselor. “After our family went through what we did, I changed my major. I just want to be able to help teens and with this degree, I will be able to help other teens who are struggling with the many issues the (teenage) age group deals with on a daily basis.”

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give it his all,” Kevin said. “My desire for him is that we will continue to support him wherever God takes him, whether it be fulfilling his dream of making it in the majors or having some connection with the sport he loves so much.” Olson and the Bells finished second during the regular season with a record of 32-22 and, as of Sunday, were in the heat of a playoff series. Thus fa r, Olson has started 10 games, notched a 5-4 record and compiled an earned-run average of 3.34 Olson had the honor of playing in the WCL’s allstar game July 24. “I usually look at the stats, but in the end, it isn’t the stats that matter, it’s that he gave it all he had,” mother Toni said. “Andrew isn’t just a baseball player, he is much more than that.”

RAINIER Andrew Olson has been a workhorse for Bellingham, helping the Bells reach postseason play. Courtesy photo the place for me and a perfect fit,” he said. Seattle University boasts an interesting hardball history. Baseball was played at the Division I level until 1980, when it dropped to NAIA competition. The sport was abandoned in 1986, only to be reborn in the fall of 2007. It took time to get a program up and running, and the Redhawks finally took the diamond in 2010. Now between collegiate seasons, Olson is taking the mound for the Bells, who offer up a roster packed with collegiate talent from the Pacific Northwest, California and beyond. The Bells play in the East Division of the

West Coast League. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Olson boasts an earnedrun average of 3.49 and has compiled a 4-3 record in eight starts. Opposing batters are hitting just .259 against the lefty. Olson maintains a solid workout routine. He runs almost every day and lifts weights three to five days a week, depending on the time of year. “In the fall and winter, I make sure to do my lifting and conditioning to get myself ready for the upcoming season,” Olson said. “In the spring, I just make sure I maintain my strength. In baseball, as any sport, there are always ways to stay in shape.”


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Being a professional athlete is a dream shared by most young athletes, but few make it past high school competition. Andrew Olson, a product of Enumclaw High School, has taken two giant leaps beyond the prep ranks, first in college and now with the Bellingham Bells semi-pro baseball team. Olson fell in love with the game when he was in T-ball. “I have always been big into sports but baseball, well, there is something different about it,” Olson said. “I just have to thank God for giving me the talent and for my parents for sticking with me.” He relates a story often told by his parents, how he could throw a ball pretty hard before he was 2 years old. Those early skills outpaced those of other young players, allowing Olson to excel at Enumclaw High. He was a three-year varsity starter for the Hornets and garnered all-league honors following each season. He made the allleague first team as a senior, when he was the team MVP, the same season he tossed a no-hitter and landed a spot on the all-state roster. His stellar prep career landed Olson a position on the Tacoma Community College roster. He pitched two seasons for the Titans, receiving second team allleague accolades in 2010. From TCC, Olson had choices when it came to continuing his career. Despite offers from larger programs, he headed to Seattle University. “I loved the fact that it is a new program and I wanted to be able to help build the program up to what it was many years ago,” Olson said. “My teammates have the same passion to put Seattle University on the map in the baseball program. “I got offers from the University of Washington and schools from down south, but when I visited Seattle U, I knew it was

One of Olson’s biggest supporters is his mother, Toni. Before most games, she texts him or calls him to tell him to get plenty of rest, eat well – do the whole “Mom thing,” she explains. “I will always be there to cheer him on and encourage him,” Toni said. “He has a good head on his shoulders. He is very competitive and wants to win more than anyone else. I have much admiration for him to come back out after the loss of his brother and continue to pursue his dream. Win or lose, he knows we love and support him.” Another of Olson’s boosters is his father, Kevin, or “Pops.” Kevin’s role is to be the best dad he can be to all his children. “I know that in this career or any other one he would choose, he would

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Executive director Plateau Outreach Ministries

One of my lasting memories from attending college at Pacific Lutheran University was freshman move-in day. Just as that overwhelming feeling of “where to begin” started to settle, PLU football players appeared. They were easy to spot in their Lute jerseys and with two or three big, strong players helping take loads from the car to my dorm room, the job was done in no time. At Plateau Outreach Ministries, that overwhelming feeling of “where to begin” brought back those college memories. When faced with moving out of our offices, food bank and storage so Phase III renovation can begin, I thought of the PLU football team. I also thought of the new EHS football coach Mark Gunderson. Mark would understand the impact

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I would like to comment on the response letter to Pastor Rainwater’s article regarding “the end.” The writer of the response (CourierHerald, June 27) was unhappy with how he felt the “good pastor” used fright and scare tactics, stating, “Can we instead use this wonderful community medium (newsprint) to extol our human nature and our potential to enjoy and contribute to this temporal heaven?” This is not a novel idea – silencing the voices of them we don’t want to hear or read or realize. This is a great part of what makes America the beautiful…so beautiful. This gentleman can reply, so can I, without fear of retaliation. Freedom of speech and press. Absolutely beautiful. That the pastor did not expound on the idea of our humanness as being “resplendent in the creative genius” nor to pride us in our ability to “contribute to this temporal heaven” is not surprising. That “mankind” uses his genius to benefit mankind is wonderful. He often also uses his genius desires, with manipulations and power plays and deceits, making things appear to be different than what really is. We get

this gift of strength and time would have on our organization. Mark played football at PLU and probably made a few movein trips himself from cars to dorm Britt Nelson rooms. On Aug. 16, Plateau Outreach Ministries will be gifted strength and time from our EHS Hornet football players to help complete our final move-out so construction can begin. Our Phase III renovation, under the direction of Randy Riggs and Tenant Contractors, will allow us to increase our services to the community. The project will add private interview rooms for our emergency assistance, remodel our food bank distribution and storage areas, provide better thrift store processing and storage areas, and add

shower and laundry facilities. If you aren’t familiar with POM, we provide basic need services to the communities of Enumclaw, Black Diamond, Buckley and the surrounding rural areas. With the help of many volunteers, we offer a food and clothing bank, emergency assistance for utilities, rent and other needs. Many of you are familiar with our More Pennies from Heaven thrift store, which is the first part of the building we remodeled after purchasing it in 2010. Through this current renovation project we will be increasing our efficiencies and expanding services. We are thankful for all the support we have received from the community to allow this to happen! Special thanks this week to the EHS football team. Plateau Outreach Ministries 1806 Cole Street Enumclaw

this idea pretty early in life…from the youngest of us to the most genius of world leaders. Genius can enrich the masses and can be used to control and exterminate the masses. Through strategy and genius plans, one sector of population can grow rich while the others get shafted. What is temporal heaven for some could be temporal hell for others. But the biggest problem of temporal heaven is that it’s temporary. There’s a far larger time scenario to be concerned with and prepared for. That you state, the good pastor resorted to using scare and fear tactics causes me to ask sir, ever so gently, do you own an insurance policy? Homeowners? In case of fire or theft? Auto? Do you know how much medical care can cost? Life insurance? Did the insurance agent say to you, “In the event of your death, could your family continue to live in their customary lifestyle? Keep the family home? College? Scary. Frightening. Factual. Did you, upon factual realization, come to the conclusion you’d like to be prepared before the event? You didn’t get ticked at the insurance man for scaring you, did you? When you warn your newest young driver of the facts and repercussions of stop signs and speed – I know you did it because you care so much, so did I. It was information of great value. Life and death knowledge. This is exactly what the good pas-

tor did. He informed, through this great community medium, essential information we need to know and be prepared for before the event. He is informing us that the BIBLE (Basic Information Before Leaving Earth), the “maker’s manual,” “God’s instruction book,” tells us how to be secure forever. Jesus provided the “eternal life policy” and it can be ours, free for the asking. I did. When Billy Graham was asked if he really understood the Bible, he said no, there’s a lot I do not understand, but what I do understand, I’m going for. Our point of view is not required: how I see it or you see it will not be part of the equation. It will simply involve around, “Who Jesus is to us.” Kinda like, did you sign the policy? That’s simple enough to do. Ask Jesus to forgive you. We all come up short and not holy enough, ever. Repent, leave your dirt behind…with his assistance. Release the unforgiveness you hold on others. Tell the lord you’d like to feel you’d want to forgive them. He knows all about it already. Follow him. We don’t “come” to him fit and in shape. We come with hang-ups and messes. He washes the shame away and works with us inside-out. Do we behave perfectly, ever? No. But our rightstanding before God is our claim and policy in Jesus. No fear. No fright. Just prepared. Policy in place. Jewel Olson Enumclaw

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Interior design is worth visit Many know Bridget Peterson as a former employee in Suburban Soul.” When that business closed its doors – yet another victim of our screwed up economy – she decided to open a store of her own, which was something she had wanted to do for many years. So, a couple months ago, she finally did. She was eminently qualified, having spent more than 15 years in the retail clothing business, including nine years with Nordstrom and four years with The Gap. I hadn’t heard of her place, but happened to notice it one day last week. So I curiously ambled inside. I was promptly blown away. In my humble opinion, Bridget’s Boutique is one of the most attractive stores in town. Initially, I wasn’t sure what to make of it: was it a

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clothing store, an antique gallery, or simply the dissertation for a doctoral degree in interior design? The last option was eliminated when Bridget told me she had little formal education beyond high school. (There was that time she fooled around with schooling to become a dental assistant, but that didn’t last long because she absolutely hated it.) The walls are lined with large sheets of rusty tin. Artistically scattered across the stenciled floor are any number of antique trunks, old wooden boxes, large Puget Sound Energy utility spools, old light fixtures,

antique furniture, beds and cabinets, and a collection of old medicine bottles. There’s a fisherman’s ancient crab trap hanging over an aged ladder. Yet, make no mistake, this boutique is first and foremost a clothing store rather than an antique salon. It offers a refined line of women’s attire, bearing labels that weren’t familiar to me. The jeans are quite stylish. Many of the dresses and blouses are attractive, certainly respectable street wear, but still possess considerable romance and sensual charm. In other words, such styles will turn a few heads. (My, oh my, the things they wear in public these days.) There’s also a selection of rings, bracelets, necklaces and other jewelry and a collection of accessories like purses and scarves. The dressing rooms are nicely mirrored and uniquely designed with

CORNER FROM 6 I understand the frustration, but political activists must use high-altitude rhetoric. If an activists sound like a diplomat negotiating breaks on Bulgarian buttermilk tariffs no one will listen, or care. In American politics, at both a national and community level, there is a place for hyperbole and hysteria. The discerning listener is the key to this equation. Because someone is angry and throws fireball verbs, doesn’t make that person right… or wrong. Anger is often used to justify poorly-posited positions, but I have found every once in a while that annoying angry guy is right. I believe in language; what is said and how it is said matters. I do not romanticize about the ideals of the power of the people or the evil state or other rhetorical nonsense. In politics and life, people are complex in their motivations. What they say and how they say it, if listened to carefully, will reveal what they mean. The beating heart of political action is all too often simply revenge by other words. Through many years of covering and observing political races at all levels I have learned our Constitution can withstand the best we have and the worst. Not because it was written by God, but because it was written by thoughtful, independent thinkers, who often did not agree on the shade of the sky, or anything else. But they came up with a system that can withstand the worst and excel with the best. One vote, one woman, one man… it means just that.

antique furnishings. Bridget has long-range plans to create a lounge of sorts on the rear mezzanine where customers can relax and have a cocktail. In particular, men would appreciate such a setting, while their women-friends or wives shop. I asked Bridget if everything in the store was for sale. “Well, not all the antiques,” she said. “I’d like to keep a few of them as racks to display the clothing.” But then she added with a playful little smirk. “On second thought, of course, everything is for sale if the price is right.” But you don’t have to be in the market for clothes or antiques to stop by. No matter what your intentions, Bridget will be glad to see you. And, trust me, the store’s design is well worth a visit.

‘Tapped’ showing at EHS By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

A documentary taking aim at the bottled water industry is coming to Enumclaw, the result of an ongoing project by teenage activist Austin Schuver. The award-winning “Tapped” takes a critical look at a multibillion-dollar industry. The 75-minute film centers on the health risks alleged to be associated with plastic bottles and the methods employed by the industry to gain access to a life-sustaining substance – water. Schuver’s introduction to the bottled water industry came when he was an eighth-grade student at Annie Wright School in Tacoma. He has continued to work on the proj-

ect now that he attends Enumclaw High School, where he is an incoming sophomore. To continue telling his tale, Schuver has received support locally from Mutual of Enumclaw, Helac Corporation and the Enumclaw Rotary Foundation.

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Fitness chat: exercising while on family vacation By Stephanie Norton-Bredl and Bruce deJong

ing? Stephanie: For those of us who enjoy training for events, it’s often difficult to find the right balance between work, family and training. Vacations are important for bonding with family and get- Stephanie Norton-Bredl ting away from the stress of daily life. We don’t want our fitness goals to be the cause of tension or stress. With planning, you should be able to stick to your goals and enjoy your vacation. My No. 1 suggestion for finding success is to plan ahead. Here are some ideas that other athletes have found successful. Maybe some of these will work for you. • Plan your vacation for a week that you have a lighter training load. • Research your exercise options. Is there a running trail nearby? Does your hotel have a fitness center? • Plan to get up early to train before the family gets out of bed. Or exercise at

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Dear Stephanie and Bruce: I need your help to stick with my exercise plan while on vacation with my family. How do I maintain my exercise habit without interfering with family plans? – Lyn Stephanie: It can be difficult to find the right balance to maximize spending time with family during vacation while continuing to exercise. My first suggestion is to select a physical activity that everyone can enjoy. Consider a family hike, bike ride or walk on the beach. My second suggestion is to take a good look at your goals for vacation and be willing to trade some of your normal exercise time for extra time with family. Bruce: Do you have advice for readers who are training for a marathon, triathlon, century bike ride or other epic event and they are conflicted with the tension of wanting to participate in all of the family activities and continue their daily train-

night after you tuck the kids in. • Allow your family to pursue their special interests while you exercise. Maybe your spouse would like to get a massage or the kids would Bruce deJong like to take surfing lessons. National parks and hotels often have free or low-cost kids’ activities. • Find a fun family activity that can coexist with your training activity. Can the kids play in the water park while you swim laps in the lap pool? Can the family ride bikes while you run? • Finally, involve the family in planning how you will train and still be fully engaged in the family experience. Your loved ones may have additional suggestions or ideas. Bruce: This is great advice and will help mitigate guilt, stress and conflict of spending time with family and training. I am curious what you can do for other sources

of guilt, stress and conflict. Seriously, some of us struggle with disrupting our exercise routine while on vacation and can be less than pleasant until we find comfort with a temporary solution. The key is to have a conversation with your family before you leave to better meet each other’s expectations for a great vacation. Stephanie: To end, I’d like to add that it’s important to be flexible. Things may not always work out the way you planned and if you happen to miss a run because you opted to play with your family, it’s not the end of the world. Just get back to the plan as soon as possible. One missed workout will hardly derail weeks of dedication. The trick is to get back on track as soon as possible. Don’t give up. You can do it! Stephanie Norton-Bredl is the health and wellbeing director at the Auburn Valley YMCA and may be contacted at Bruce deJong is a group exercise instructor at the Auburn Valley YMCA and may be contacted at

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Plant now to get a second garden harvest Meet Marianne Binetti at 10 a.m. Saturday at Molbak’s in Woodinville for a free seminar on “The Second Act - Planting Cool Season Vegetables and Flowers.” Visit The middle of August is planting time for a second spring. Our climate allows for an autumn harvest of veggies and flowers planted now for a fresh start. This means if the cool start to our summer delayed your planting of lettuce, radish and kale you still have a second chance to grow your own. Just pull out crops like peas and lettuce that have bolted or gone to seed and add some compost or fertilizer to the soil. Next, prepare the seed bed by loosening the soil to a depth of at least 12 inches and leveling the top layer. Use a rake to make shallow furrows and then recycle and use up any leftover seeds of arugula, Swiss chard, lettuce, radish, broccoli, beets and cabbage. This second planting will provide a fresh crop of greens that with some winter protection can last through the entire winter. My hydrangeas are beautiful this summer! If I cut the blooms to use indoors, does this mean the plant will not


flower next year? P.P., new buds and flowers The Enumclaw that keep sprouting No worstill look good. What Compleat ries, harvest do you think is wrong? Home hydrangeas as cut flowJ.B., Eatonville Gardener I suspect your ers all summer long geraniums are because this is one way Marianne Binetti healthy, but in need of to make sure you are Columnist a good deadheading. pruning off the twoThis means you must year-old or blooming snap off the stems branches of your big leaf hydrangea shrubs. This would be and heads of the old f lowers to not just the mop-head hydrangeas with the big, tidy up the plants but keep the energy round, blue balls of bloom. The branches going toward the new growth and more that do not have flowers this summer f lower production. Deadheading sumwill bloom next year so do not prune any mer annuals and keeping them well bloom-less branches at this time. There fertilized and watered in August is the are also new hydrangeas on the market best way to guarantee f lowers that will called “Endless Summer” that flower on continue to bloom until the first hard new wood. These can be pruned back frost in October. I have a few hosta plants planted any time and removing old blooms will in pots in deep shade near my encourage these new varieties to put out front door. The tall spikes of purple even more blooms. I planted the geraniums you rec- blooms have now turned dry and look ommended called “Big Red” and dead. Can I cut these off? B., email Yes, reach down low into the they are big and red but now the older center of the plant and cut off flowers are turning dry and black. The






the stems and blooms from all hosta plants. You don’t have to remove the spent hosta blooms to keep these perennials healthy, but whenever you grow plants with attractive foliage – like hostas, heucheras and coleus – removing the f lowering spikes allows the leaves to grow larger and keeps the plants tidy. •

Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and several other books. For book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her Web site, www. Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.

POM food bank closed during renovation Changes are in store during renovation at Plateau Outreach Ministries, including a temporary closure of the POM food bank. Renovation of the facility at the corner of Cole Street and Marshall Avenue is set to begin Monday. With the help of Enumclaw High football players, interior items will be moved Thursday and, on Friday, there will be a photo taken

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Hospital A girl, Hayden Zamia Broming, born Aug. 3, 2012, to Lauren Storer and Michael Broming of Auburn. A boy, Tyson Nicholas Mitchell, born Aug. 4, 2012, to Tayler Schafer and Travis Mitchell of Enumclaw. A boy, Cody James Johnson, born Aug. 4, 2012, to Kari Johnson of Enumclaw. A girl, Brooklyn ElleEmily McKenzie, born Aug. 5, 2012, to Chastity and Steven McKenzie of Bonney Lake. A boy, Trenton John Chaussee, born Aug. 5, 2012, to Jacqueline and Joe Chaussee of Enumclaw.

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tion will be 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. While the food bank is

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Healthier living begins with a Franciscan Medical Clinic doctor. For years our patients have come to Enumclaw Medical Clinic because they know they’re in the good hands of our skilled doctors. And now we’ll continue to care for you under our new name—Franciscan Medical Clinic—to consistently reflect the connection between our primary care services and the entire Franciscan system of care. Franciscan Medical Clinic doctors focus on what matters to you, spending time to understand your needs, and providing the personal attention that makes a real difference. You deserve the care you want, the medical expertise you need.


Franciscan Medical Clinic 3021 Griffin Ave., Enumclaw Phone: (360) 825-6511 Services include: Family Medicine Internal Medicine Pediatrics Cardiology Gastroenterology Gynecology Obstetrics Sleep Medicine Bonney Lake Opening 2013 To find the perfect doctor for you and your family, visit or call 1 (888) 825-3227. Affiliated with St. Elizabeth Hospital

The following local students were named to the Washington State University president’s honor roll for the 2011 spring semester. To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine graded hours in a single term and earn a grade-point average of 3.75 or earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA. Black Diamond: David H. Bowen, Toree R. Flynn, Jill M. Jamison, Rachel D. Raine, Rainor J. Tubbs and Kelsey L. Wagner. Buckley: Paula L. Beerman, Michael T. Burley Jr., Lisa L. Kohout, Amber D. McKenzie, Katie E. Siewert and Emily Stephens. Carbonado: Victoria P. Marsh. Enumclaw: Stephen C. Aubert, Barbara G. Bartle, Russell E. Berryman, Sean M. Brasier, Angela M. Chesley, Gabrielle L. Engelhard, Derek J. Forza, Brady M. Lewis Irwin, Nick C. Pierce, Arielle N. Render, Rian W. Rustvold and Jeremy Ryan Stenslie Ravensdale: Katie A. Matson, Daniel G. Mjelde, Michael C. Robert Pregent and Kaitlin A. Proctor. South Prairie: Kelsie L. Kauzlarich.

Seattle Pacific Two local students graduated recently from Seattle Pacific University. South Prairie: Jenny Lynn Braun, cum laude with a bachelor of arts in special education. Buckley: Joshua Michael McCoy, cum laude with a bachelor of science in physiology.

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For New Henschell Chiropractic Building

Henschell Chiropractic, P.S. will be celebrating its 11th year serving Bonney Lake with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at their new office! They invite the public to join them Monday, August 20th at 12:30 at 20119 South Prairie Road E. for the official ribbon cutting with the Bonney Lake Chamber of Commerce.

A Dream Fulfilled for a Local Bonney Lake Business

“It’s a dream come true,” says Dr. Martin Henschell. “A little surreal, maybe, but fantastic!” It has taken the Henschells years to complete this project. They purchased the land in 2005 but were locked into a lease and not ready financially to move ahead with construction. Then, when they were ready, the market collapsed. “We started the loan process in 2009. That was scary. Our loan officer, at Heritage Bank, was told “no” several times. Luckily, we all stuck with it and finally got funding. The SBA stepped in and helped.” Henschell finally broke ground at the end of 2011 and construction started with the new year. The Ribbon Cutting will mark the beginning of a new chapter for the business. The extra space will allow them to treat patients more efficiently as well as give them room to expand. “Massage is a big part of our business and we have some of the best therapists in the region but we didn’t have enough rooms for them. Now we do,” says Dr. Henschell. And what about that drive-thru window? They added space for a coffee shop. They are looking for interested coffee businesses to lease the space. They will be seeing patients at the new location starting August 13.

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Our Redeemer Lutheran Sunday School 9am • Family Worship Sunday 10am


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homes around the world, housing more than 2 million people who otherwise would not have been able to own a home. Because Habitat works closely with the future homeowners, making sure the owners will be able to pay for their homes, the success rate for Habitat homeowner is very high. What a wonderful program for humanity. What a wonderful program for the kingdom unfolding before us today. What a wonderful program for Christians of all denominations or no denomination to support, especially considering that the one we follow said he had no place to lay his head. As we learned to cut our angles right, I wondered what it would take to start a Habitat for Humanity project here on the Plateau. I thought of lots of reasons why we can’t, but settled on the only reason why we can, and that reason is that through God, all things are possible. Are you interested in helping to build a dream right here in our own backyard? Contact me at revmandan@ Let’s see how we might build a dream together, right here on the Plateau. In Christ, even when we cut the angles wrong.




How did that silly little poem ever get into my mind? Yes, we were really quite a team and we did have lots of fun as 10 people from Hope and Trinity Lutheran churches came together to help build a Habitat for Humanity dream in Columbia Falls, Mont. The homes we helped build with 16 other volunteers from Minnesota and Indiana

are two-story duplex nal benefit organizatown homes and our jobs tion, has partnered with were painting, caulking, Habitat for Humanity spackling, raking for the for a unique program. landscaping, putting in Thrivent committed baseboards in the rooms $100 million to supand preparing the founport Habitat around Dan Wilson dation for the next the nation and internaHope Lutheran Church homes to be built. tionally. Any interest in building in Portugal or The homeowners Guatemala? Thrivent is for one unit we worked on, Josh and Erin and their brand new baby, were especially there with building with Habitat. Thrivent established the partnership with thankful. Erin is legally blind, suffering from a syndrome that causes blindness. the Habitat program so Thrivent pays 65 Habitat was making modifications to the percent of the home cost, the local Habitat house to help her deal with her failing sight chapter 25 percent and local Lutheran in her new home. It was a joy to hear the churches 10 percent. As the homeowners excitement in their voices, see the smiles on repay the building cost, the money rolls their faces and feel the aura of hope for the forward within Habitat so more Habitat future that surrounded them. homes can be built. Thrivent Financial, a nonprofit, fraterHabitat has built more than 500,000


We were painting, we were speckling, We were cutting angles wrong. We were caulking, we were raking, We were cutting angles wrong. Oh, we really were a team, Helping someone build a dream. Yes, we had lots of fun And were really quite a sight. As we were painting, we were caulking, We were cutting angles right! Cha, Cha, Cha!


Saturday Night Worship 7 pm Sunday Morning Worship 9:30 am Assoc. Pastor: Cindy Ehlke Youth Dir.: Ben Auger 1725 Porter St., Enumclaw 360-825-3820

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The maintenance and operation levy request was honored with 64 percent support. The levy sought tax collections of $3 million in 2013 and $3.2 million in 2014. Boosters had claimed local impacts of the nationwide recession had caused the district to lose 20 percent of its funding since 2009. Commissioners said they have reduced overtime costs, dipped into reserve funds, reduced salaries, left positions vacant and cut training expenses. With the levy passage, it’s anticipated the district can continue its firefighting and emergency medical services at current levels.

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Former area resident Gregory Stephen Schultz died Aug. 2, 2012. He was born Aug. 14, 1956, in Seattle, grew up in Black Diamond and graduated from Enumclaw High School. He and his wife, Mary, made their home in Federal Way 30 years ago. He was a loving family man who enjoyed

kayaking, salmon fishing, dirt bike riding and crosscountry hiking. He recently retired after 24 years as director of construction with Quadrant Homes. In his years at Quadrant, he was passionate about improving the culture of health and safety. He also was founder of the company’s Superintendent’s University. He is survived by Mary

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Now Meeting at 26007 SE 425th, Enumclaw WA 98022 SUNDAY WORSHIP: Morning Bible Classes .............9:30 a.m.

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Buzz; and two granddaughters. A celebration of his life will is planned for 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club. Remembrances are suggested to the Washington State Parks Department, Donations Department, 1111 Israel Rd. S.W., Tumwater, Wash. 98504.


(Christian Science) 1752 Wells Street, Enumclaw (360) 825-5300 Sunday Service............10:00am Sunday School ............10:00am Wednesday Meeting .........7:30 pm READING ROOM 1752 Wells Street, Enumclaw (360) 825-5300 Mon. & Tues. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Wed. 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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10:00am Worship Service Pastor Dan Wilson Lutheran Counseling (253)839-1697 ext. 3 1316 Garfield St. Enumclaw, WA 98022 (360) 825-2420


than half the popular vote. Breathing fairly easily are Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler, Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn and Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark. Incumbent Lieutenant Governor Brad Owen received 49 percent of the vote in a five-person race and incumbent state treasurer Jim McIntire is running unopposed. Fire levy passing Voters served by East Pierce Fire and Rescue approved a ballot measure providing funding to the department for two years.





Ellen, his wife of 30 years; children Lucas W. Schultz, Ashley P. Schultz, Ken Rappe and wife Gina, and Rachael Rappe; mother Alta Vaughn and stepfather Marvin Vaughn; brothers Scott Schultz and wife Jackie, Jeff Schultz, Justin Schultz and wife Molly and Devin Schultz and wife Wendi; sister Linda Williams and husband


“Day of Thunder” •The annual “Day of Thunder” – when Thunder Mountain Middle School parents and students can handle a variety of tasks prior to the start of the academic year – is planned for Tuesday, Aug. 21. It is a time when fees can be paid, photographs are taken, yearbooks and P.E. uniforms may be purchased and money can be put into a student’s lunch account. Tours of the campus also will be provided.

Volunteers honor Poppleton • Volunteers are invited to a work party at Veteran’s Park in honor of the late Phil Poppleton. The event will begin at 6 p.m. Aug. 24. Volunteers are needed to dig up the heavily-weeded area on the west berm. The Boy Scouts and others have started the project, but muscle is needed to finish the difficult job. Weeds took over after pine trees were removed several years ago.


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CITY OF BONNEY LAKE NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND SEPA ENVIRONMENTAL THRESHOLD DETERMINATION N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the City of Bonney Lake received and reviewed an application for a State Envir o n m e n t a l Po l i c y A c t (SEPA) Environmental Review for Pierce County CRP 5676, 198th Avenue East Extension Project, PLN-2012-01543. Project Name: Pierce County CRP 5676, 198th Avenue East Extension Project Application Number: PLN-2012-01543 Name of Applicant: Nash Cascadia Verde, LLC, Attn: Scott Jones, 33400 9th Ave. S. Suite 206, F e d e r a l W a y, W A 98003, Phone: Site Location: The project site is located between the existing terminus of 199th Avenue Ct. E. and 112th St. E., and lies within the SW qtr of S03, T19N, R05E, and the SE qtr of S04, T19N, R 0 5 E , Ta x P a r c e l s 0519033005-7751 and 0519048018-7752, within the City of Bonney Lake, Washington. Project Description: This project proposes to construct/reconstruct a north/south 2-lane road to connect 198th Avenue E. to l99th Avenue Ct. E. Specifically, this project i s P h a s e 1 i m p r o ve ments for Pierce County Road Project 5676 (ultimate S-lane project) as required mitigation for the Cascadia EBPC. Environmental Determination: The Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS) is being issued under WAC 197-11-350 on August 15, 2012, as the responsible official has determined there will be no probable significant adverse environmental impacts from this proposal. Public Comments will be accepted through August 29, 2012. The appeal period on the MDNS ends on September 29, 2012. Staff Contact: Ryan Harriman, Assistant Planner, City of Bonney Lake C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Department Phone: (253) 447-4350, E m a i l : h a r r i Written comments may be submitted to the C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Department, P.O. Box 7380, Bonney Lake, WA, 98391 or delivered to the City Hall Annex at 8720 Main St. East, Bonney Lake, WA on or before 5:00 pm on August 29, 2012. The application is available for p u b l i c r ev i e w a t t h e C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Department at the City Hall Annex. # 413110 8/15/12

Bids received later than 10:00 a.m. shall not be considered. This contract provides for the construction of: one glass-fused-to steel bolted water tanks for potable water that has a minimum capacity of 240,000 gallons (nominal, U.S. gallons), foundation and associated w o r k i n t h e To w n o f South Prairie, WA. Mandatory Site Visit on August 24, 2012 at 10:00 AM. Free-of-charge access to project bid documents (plans, specifications, addenda, and Bidders List) is provided to Prime Bidders, Subcontractors, and Vendors by going to w w w. b x w a . c o m a n d clicking on Posted Projects, Public Works, and Town of South Prairie. This online plan room provides Bidders with fully usable online documents with the ability to: download, view, print, order full/par tial plan sets from numerous reprographic sources, and a free online digitizer/take-off tool. It is recommended that Bidders “Register” in order to receive automatic e-mail notification of future addenda and to place themselves on the “SelfRegistered Bidders List”. Bidders that do not register will not be automatically notified of addenda and will need to periodically check the on-line plan room for addenda issued on this project. Bidders requiring assistance with access or registration should contact Builders Exchange of Washington at (425) 258-1303. The Engineers opinion of cost is between $250,000 and $500,000. Questions should be directed to WHPacific, Inc, Attention: Mike Horton, PE, at (360) 918-5345 or All bids shall be submitted on the prescribed Bid For ms and in the manner as stated in this advertisement and in the Information for Bidders. All bids shall be accompanied by a bid deposit in the form of cashier’s check, cer tified check, postal money order, or a surety bond to the Town of South Prairie in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid. The surety shall be registered with the Washington State Insurance Commissioner and appear on the curr e n t a u t h o r i ze d i n s u rance list in the State of Washington published by the Office of Insura n c e C o m m i s s i o n e r. Failure to furnish a bid deposit of a minimum of 5 percent shall make the bid non-responsive and shall cause the bid to be rejected by the Town. Faxed bids and/or surety bond will not be accepted. The Town of South Prairie reserves the right to deter mine and may waive any informalities or minor defects or reject any and all bids. The Town of South Prairie expressly reserves the right to accept the bids and award contracts to responsible Bidders which are in the best interest of the Town of South Prairie, to postpone the acceptance of bids and the award of the contracts for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days, or to reject any and all bids received and to waive irregularities in the bid or in the bidding. Marla Nevill

Clerk/Treasurer Date of publication: Daily Journal of Commerce: August 15, 2012 August 22, 2012 Courier Herald August 15, 2012 August 22, 2012 # 413167 8/15/12, 8/22/12

claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of First Publication: Wednesday, August 1, 2012. Co-Personal Representatives: Linda Darlene Schmidt Cors Thomas Franklin Schmidt, Jr. Attorney for Personal Representative: Michael J. Reynolds Address for Mailing or Service: Reynolds Burton Attorneys 1219 Cole St. Enumclaw, WA. 98022 # 409936 8/1/12, 8/8/12, 8/15/12

The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) thirty days after the Co-Personal Repres e n t a t i ve s s e r ve d o r mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of First Publication: Wednesday, August 15, 2012. Co-Personal Representatives: Judith Helen Seidmeyer, Co-PR Roy Michael Seidmeyer, Co-PR Attorney for Personal Representative: Michael J. Reynolds Address for Mailing or Service: Reynolds Burton Attorneys 1219 Cole St. Enumclaw, WA. 98022 # 413003 8/15/12, 8/22/12, 8/29/12

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American Towers, LLC is proposing to construct a 1 4 3 - fo o t m o n o p o l e telecommunications tower at 48131 323rd Ave S E E n u m c l a w, K i n g C o u n t y, Wa s h i n g t o n . The new tower structure will not require lighting and the tower facility will include a fenced compound within a 50 feet by 50 feet lease area with a 5 feet landscaping buffer and associated access and utility easements. American Towe r s, L L C s e e k s c o m ments from all interested persons on any potential significant impact the proposed action could have on the quality of the human environment pursuant to 47 C.F.R. Section 1.1307, including potential impacts to historic or cultural resources that are listed or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Specific information regarding the project, including copies of environmental compliance repor ts, will be made available to interested persons who e-mail a request to <mailto:enviro.ser> or call (781) 926-4789. Interested persons may comment or raise concerns about the proposed action by submitting an email to enviro.ser <mailto:enviro.ser> . Paper comments can be sent to: American Towers, LLC, Attn: Environmental Compliance, 10 Presidential Way, Wobur n, MA 01801. All comments regarding environmental impact concerns must be received on or before [date: 30 days from date of first run]. # 412615 8/15/12, 8/22/12 City of Bonney Lake Notice of Public Hearing Proposed Urban Growth Areas N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that per BLMC 14.140.080 the City of Bonney Lake Planning Commission will convene a Public Hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 5, 2012, in the City Council Chambers, 9002 Main Street E., Bonney Lake, Washington to receive public testimony on potential changes to the Comprehensive Plan future land use plan map. Proponent: City of Bonney Lake. Description: Amend the Future Land Use Plan map to identify Falling Water and Tehaleh as proposed UGA. Existing Environmental D o c u m e n t s : S E PA Checklist, DNS issued September 7, 2011. Contact: John Vodopich, C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Director 253-4474 3 4 5 . T H E 1 5 - D AY PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON THIS PROPOSAL ENDS AT 5:00 PM ON September 4, 2012. If timely comments are received, the Director will reconsider the DNS. # 413111 8/15/12

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Water Tank Replacement Project Town of South Prairie Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Clerk/Treasurer at Town of South Prairie, 121 NW Washington Street – PO Box 870, South Prairie, WA 98385 until 10:00 a.m. per the Town’s official clock located in the lobby of Town Hall; on August 29, 2012 at which time bids will be opened.

City of Bonney Lake’s Public Wor ks Depar tment is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, SR 410 - Main Street Intersection Improvements, is located at the Intersection of SR 410 and Main Street in the county. T h i s p r o j e c t i nvo l ve s 2.60 acres of soil disturbance for the road widening improvements, undergrounding of utilities (PSE, Comcast, and Century Link) and signal improvements as construction activities. Stormwater will be discharged to Fennel Creek and the City’s Regional Stormwater Facility. 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 anti-degradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 # 412815 8/15/12, 8/22/12 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE Estate of: VIRA F. SCHMIDT, Deceased. NO. 12-4-01057-1 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) The Co-Personal Representatives named below has been appointed and has qualified as Co-Personal Representatives of this estate. Any persons having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Co-Personal Representatives or the attorneys of record at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) thirty days after the Co-Personal Repres e n t a t i ve s s e r ve d o r mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame the

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE In re the Estate of: LUCILLE JEAN BIGGERS, Deceased NO. 11-4-01219-3 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR APPROVAL TO APPOINT TRUSTEE, FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DECREE OF DISTRIBUTION TO TRUST N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that: 1. The Pers o n a l R e p r e s e n t a t i ve has petitioned the Superior Cour t of Pierce County, State of Washington, for the entry of an Order Appointing Substitute Trustee, Approving Final Account and for a Decree of Distribution to Trust, pursuant to a Petition to Appoint Substitute Trustee and Petition for Decree of Distribution to Trust and the hearing on said Petition will be held on the 11th day of Septemb e r, 2 0 1 2 , a t 1 : 3 0 o ’ c l o c k , p. m . , i n t h e Cour t Commissioner’s Cour troom 100 in the County-City Building, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, at which time and place any person interested may appear and file objections thereto. 2. The Petition to Appoint Substitute Trustee, Final Account and Petition for Decree of Distribution to Trust has been filed with said Court. Dated this 1st day of August, 2012. KEVIN STOCK CLERK OF COURT # 411215 8/8/12, 8/15/12, 8/22/12

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OF KING IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF STEVEN W. CROSSEN, Deceased. NO. 12-4-04468-3KNT NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030 The personal representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided und e r R C W 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of filing copy of Notice to Creditors: August 1, 2012 Date of first publication: August 8, 2012. DANIEL CROSSEN Personal Representative TRIP HART WSBA # 8913 Attor ney for Personal Representative Address for Mailing or Service: 1224 Griffin Avenue Enumclaw, WA 980223012 (360) 825-5581 # 411034 8/8/12, 8/15/12, 8/22/12

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE Estate of: SHEILA COLLETTE JAMES, Deceased. NO. 12-4-01150-1 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) The Co-Personal Representatives named below has been appointed and has qualified as Co-Personal Representatives of this estate. Any persons having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Co-Personal Representatives or the attorneys of record at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with Reach thousands of the Court. readers 1-800-388-2527

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SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OF PIERCE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FREDE ANN LENNON BROWN, Deceased. NO. 12-4-01063-6 NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030 The personal representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided und e r R C W 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of filing copy of Notice to Creditors: July 25, 2012 Date of first publication: August 1, 2012. JULIE ANN LENNON Personal Representative TRIP HART WSBA # 8913 Attor ney for Personal Representative Address for Mailing or Service: 1224 Griffin Avenue Enumclaw, WA 980223012 (360) 825-5581 # 409020 8/1/12, 8/8/12, 8/15/12 Employment General

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HUGE BARN SALE Saturday & Sunday, August 18th-19th, 10AM3PM, 46728 286th Ave. SE. Sofa sleeper, recliners, tables and racks, some antiques, framed pictures, household and decorative items, linens, gra n i t e c o u n t e r t o p s, hand tools, band saw, router w/ table, horse a n d t a ck e q u i p m e n t , h o l i d ay i t e m s, mu c h , much more. Enumclaw

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August 15, 2012 edition of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald