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In 20 years the site of Covington Elementary School could be home of a park, a public plaza and the city’s Town Center. First, though, the Kent School District needs to find a buyer for the property, build a new Covington Elementary on a site in the northwest corner of the city and open the school’s doors. During the past nine COVINGTON months the city and the district have been working toward an agreement that could give Covington the first chance to buy the property or match another party’s offer. That school district site, explained Covington City Manager Derek Matheson, is a key piece of

Seattle attorney David Bricklin stated through an email that Toward Responsible Development will appeal the Superior Court ruling denying the Land Use Petition Act appeal filed by the Black Diamond group. Bricklin wrote in his email, “We believe that Judge Oishi’s decision was erroneous for several reasons…. Judge Oishi was BLACK not required DIAMOND to explain his decision, but the absence of any explanation or analysis leaves the decision with little intellectual or persuasive force. It doesn’t serve to persuade the citizens that they were wrong to challenge the city’s decision. It doesn’t serve to persuade the citizens that a further appeal

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Bra Dash Beauties

Shelli Beecher-Seitzler helps her daughter, Olivia Seitzler, 2, hang a bra on a line hung up Sunday at Lake Wilderness Park during the inaugural Wings of Karen Bra Dash 5K. The event, organized by the Maple Valley non-profit, drew more than 600 participants, many of whom wore bras over their shirts. DENNIX BOX, The Reporter To view a slide show go to www.maplevalleyreporter.com.

Running for hope and healing in New York City Marathon BY KRIS HILL khill@maplevalleyreporter.com

Ryan Light’s first 26.2 mile event is the New York City Marathon. Light, who lives in Maple Valley, has never run a marathon and now he’s preparing for one of the biggest events in the world. Oh, and by the way, he also has a goal to raise $5,000 for Go For Hope, a Renton-based non-profit started by his friend Joe Hafner. “I didn’t think I was going to get into the race,” Light said. “I’ve done half marathons. Just to get in is pretty incredible. You pay your $11, you put your name in. I was like, ‘I’m not going to get in, so I’m spending my $11 and that’s it.’”

But, he did get in, and running this race will be about more than just his first marathon. Light grew up in the borough of Queens. It was a tough life. And a significant portion of the race route goes right through his old neighborhood. In many ways, this will be an opportunity to confront the ghosts of his past up close, yet with fundraising it will also be a chance for him to give back, a chance to right some wrongs. “When I got in, I guess I got a little nervous and emotional because it goes right through the neighborhood where I grew up,” Light said. “In that particular area, that was not really a good place for me. I grew up with alcoholic

parents. My step-dad was in the mafia.” To top it off, he hated school, Light said, in large part because he was placed in special education due to his behavior. He was acting out because of his home life and because what he knew was addiction and violence. Once he was placed in special education, Light began to act out more. Following his high school graduation, Light joined the United States Army because he was completely opposed to the concept of further education, college seemed like an extension of the humiliation he endured as an adolescent. “Anything to do with education, I flipping hated,” Light said. After he was discharged from the Army, he went home, but he found himself unhappy in New York City. While in the service he connected with people who led what could be described as a [ more HOPE page 4 ]

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Joe Hafner is surrounded by children during a recent trip to Nicaragua. Hafner founded Go For Hope for which Ryan Light is raising money. Courtesy photo


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Hearing Examiner says business is a collective garden BY TJ MARTINELL tmartinell@maplevalleyreporter.com

Green Society Group Management is a collective garden no matter what its owner may call it and as such not allowed under city zoning, according to the Maple Valley Hearing Examiner. According to the decision released by Hearing Examiner Gary McLean, the city proved by the preponderance of the evidence that GSG “operated a medical marijuana dispensary and/ or collective garden at their leased premises in violation of a city moratorium prohibiting such use or conduct.� “GSG offered no testimony that would rebut the city’s proof that GSG was/ is operating a medical marijuana collective garden and/ or dispensary in the City of Maple Valley,� McLean wrote. The city originally cited GSG in early May after they opened for business on April 20 for violating their year-long moratorium, which the City Council had approved in July of last year. The Council approved an outright ban in June.

McLean noted that the city’s moratorium was never challenged by the Growth Management Hearings Board or a court. GSG’s attorney, Jay Berneberg, appealed to the city’s Hearing Examiner. The hearings were in late July. According to the findings, Community Development Director Ty Peterson located GSG on a website called weedmaps.com on April 6 after receiving several phone calls, “which showed that a business known as GSG Gardens, or something like that, was/ would soon be open and operating as a marijuana dispensary and/or collective garden in Maple Valley.� Peterson then wrote an email to info@gsgcollective. com in which he informed the email recipients about the city’s moratorium and requested that they not open. The findings stated further that on April 17 Maple Valley Police Chief Michelle Bennett visited GSG’s office at Frontier Village off of 272nd Street Southeast, where she spoke with GSG owner Chris Schoonover. According to the find-

ings, when she asked if he planned to open a marijuana dispensary, he said he could not answer the question and called Berneberg for Bennett to speak to. Berneberg informed Bennett that GSG was “acting as a management business between members of the collective garden to exchange marijuana.� Bennett then asked him if this meant that marijuana would not be exchange through a window inside of the premise, at which he “backed off a bit and said that was not what he was saying.� Later that day, Bernberg wrote an email to Peterson stating that GSG could prove they complied with the moratorium ordinance and other zoning issues. City staff met with representatives from GSG April 23, after which, according to the findings, “City staff left the meeting unclear as to whether GSG would be operating a business in violation of the city moratorium.� Peterson then asked GSG for a written description of their proposed use of the leased space.

ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME Schoonover told the Reporter in April that GSG specializes in “palliative care and networking solutions,� which includes medical marijuana collective gardens. Yet, in his findings, McLean stated that both Schoonover as well as Berneberg, in addition to others involved, referred to the business as a collective garden or dispensary. He cited GSG’s formation agreement, dated Feb. 29, which states “the purpose of this agreement is to formally establish a Collective Garden for the purpose of producing, processing, transporting, and delivering cannabis for medical use.� The findings also quoted Berneberg from a previous contested hearing over do not occupy, unsafe and stop work order orders, in which Berneberg stated “GSG came into Maple Valley and opened up a management, by which the, it is a collective garden, and they manage the membership, the finances, and compliance with state law, RCW 69.51.A.� McLean wrote that at no point did Schoonover

or his business partner Jon Hofer, who were present in the room, “object, seek to clarify, or provide testimony or evidence to correct or modify Mr. Berneberg’s remarks, which were a straight-forward admission that GSG came into Maple Valley and as part of its operations, provides a place for people to ‘exchange’ cannabis, i.e. marijuana.� The findings also quote various comments from people who spoke at the Planning Commission meeting which discussed whether to recommend an ordinance banning collective gardens in the city limits. During the meeting, individuals who testified during the public comment section repeatedly referred to GSG as a “dispensary.� Schoonover, who also spoke at the meeting, stated that, “we’re not like many other collectives.� Among the city’s evidence to prove GSG is a collective garden included an article from dopemagazine.com, in which the writer stated “with offices connected to their access point, GSG welcomes to bring in any questions

about the industry without ever entering the collective.� Other evidence included 19 reviews of GSG on weedmaps.com, in which one reviewer posted May 12 “I have officially tried every strain there, as far as bud, and I must say it is some of the more potent medicine I have tried.� McLean wrote that GSG “offered no testimony to rebut the city’s evidence. No one from GSG came forward to assert that the Weedsmaps site was false or misleading in any way. In fact, at the prior hearing, Mr. Schoonover confirmed that GSG has purchased advertising in at least two periodicals that direct their focus to medical-marijuana related issues.� McLean added that GSG’s email address, info@ gsgcollective.com, made it clear that GSG intended to be known as a collective garden online. Ultimately, McLean wrote that regardless of what GSG called itself, it still fit the definition of a collective garden. “Shakespeare wrote that a rose by any other name [ more HEARING page 7 ]

Join QFC’s Quest for the Cure QFC’s charity of the month for September is The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancers. These cancers include leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma. When the LLS was founded in 1949 a diagnosis of blood cancer was almost always fatal. Since then, the LLS has occupied a significant role in supporting research that has helped double, triple and even quadruple survival rates for patients with blood cancer. From the 1950s to present, doctors and scientists who have served as advisors to LLS have been involved in breakthrough discoveries and treatments such as chemotherapy, combination chemotherapy, bone marrow transplants, oncogenes, molecular understandings of normal and malignant blood cells and the use of new targeted drugs that selectively kill cancer cells. The LLS’s mission is to help find cures for these blood cancers and to improve the quality of life of patients and their families. It has 64 chapters in the U.S. and four in Canada. Since its founding, The Leuke-

mia & Lymphoma Society has provided more than $600 million for research on blood cancers and has also served as a nationwide informational clearinghouse for medical professionals, caregivers, and patients. In 2010 alone, the LLS invested $72 million to help fund 103 new research grants to researchers in academic institutions as it supported 347 research projects being conducted in the U.S., Canada and nine other nations. The LLS also provides financial assistance to patients, sponsors scientific conferences around the country, produces educational materials and videos and runs dozens of Family Support Groups nationwide. It does all of these things while receiving no federal funding. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society uses a variety of fundraisers in order to fund its missions. These include stair climbs, a celebrity waiters luncheon and auction, Light the Night walks, a LLS Man & Woman of the Year ten-week fund raising competition, and the Team in Training program. Team in Training is a charity sports endurance training program that uses certi-

Effective Date: September 2, 2012 - September 22, 2012

fied coaches to train people to compete in marathons, half-marathons, triathlons and 100-mile bicycling events. Participants pay a one-time registration fee and then set a fund-raising goal as they train to compete in one of more than 60 accredited events that are scheduled each year. They train and are coached several days a week leading up to the event. LLS uses at least 74 cents of every dollar raised for cancer programs, funding research and providing assistance to patients and their families fighting blood cancers. Team in Training was pioneered in 1988 by Bruce Cleland in Rye, New York, in honor of his daughter Georgia who was

a leukemia survivor. Since then, Team in Training has trained over 500,000 athletes and has raised over $1.2 billion to support blood cancer research and patient services. During the month of September, if you would like to join QFC in supporting the work of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society you can donate at any check stand using the $1, $5, or $10 scan cards or by dropping your spare change in a checkstand coin box. For comments or questions you can contact QFC Associate Communications Manager Ken Banks at ken.banks@qfci.com or phone 425-462-2205. Paid Adver tisement


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review.� TRD appealed the permits approving YarrowBay’s The Villages and Lawson Hills developments in October of 2010. The developments would add more than 6,000 homes with commercial, parks and schools to the community, which has a current population of 4,160. It is estimated on the city website the population could increase to more than 20,000 over 20 years. Reach Dennis Box at dbox@ maplevalleyreporter.com or 425-432-1209 ext. 5050.

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wife ran. “I said to myself, ‘I’ll start running. If they can do it, I can do it,’� Light said. “So, about a year and a half ago I started running hoping it would help. In that process I wanted to pick a race I could run, like a full marathon.� And now, he’s preparing to run the New York City Marathon. Running, especially this event, has and could provide some healing for Light. “Joe and what he’s doing reminded me of what I did as a kid,� Light said. “If someone had reached out to me as a kid like he’s doing in Nicaragua, things would have been different. I life with regret. Maybe I should have gone to college. The first book I ever read, I was 28 years old, now I’m 40. I want to do some healing for myself while I’m there, but, in the process do something that is bigger than myself. That’s part of my giving back.� To support Light’s fundraising efforts, visit http://fundly.com/ ryanlightnycbound To learn more about Go For Hope, log on to www.goforhope.org

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school, starting in Nicaragua, thanks to the network of contacts Hafner developed while living there. “We’re not bringing in or imposing our own external solutions, but instead coming alongside and providing them with the resources they need to do more of what they do,� Hafner said. “The intent is to show dignity and respect for the individuals who are passionate about what they’re doing.� Close to a decade ago Hafner and Light met through mutual acquaintances. The Lights used Hafner as their real estate agent when they bought a house. For a time, the two families attended the same church. But, it was while Hafner was in Nicaragua that the friendship strengthened. “I wrote a post on Facebook when I was down in Nicaragua about how I struggled with depression about losing our house,� Hafner said. “That really resonated with Ryan.� Light began running to deal with anxiety and OCD. He knew Hafner and his

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negative and destructive lifestyle. He packed up one night and left the city without telling anyone. Light got in his car and drove. Eventually he ended up in Dallas. He re-connected with others affiliated with the movement he was drawn to while in the Army which had fulfilled a need he had for acceptance and a sense of family. While there, he went to ITT Tech and started studying computers. Then, in that time, something went sideways in the group he was involved with and Light decided it was time to change his life. He moved to Seattle. He met his wife, Jessica, who was a nanny for a man who was successful. Light admired her employer, his lifestyle, and wanted to learn how to have that kind of life. In the meantime, he finished his associate’s degree at ITT and got a job working at Microsoft, plus he became Christian. Hafner’s foundation is about education.

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It wasn’t what the Renton man had envisioned for himself but thanks in part to the economy Hafner found himself on that path. “When the recession hit, it was a slow painful train wreck,� Hafner said. “Ultimately we lost everything including our personal home. When we lost the home rather than crying in our soup about what to do next, we decided to go on an adventure, so we went to Nicaragua. When we went to Nicaragua we initially went for cultural immersion.� Hafner said he and his wife felt it would be a great learning opportunity for their children as well as an eye-opening experience for the family. They arrived in Nicaragua and didn’t know anyone. They didn’t have a plan. They didn’t speak Spanish. “But, we trusted in a higher power that everything would be taken care of along the way,� Hafner said. Somehow, it all worked out. Hafner said they learned about poverty on

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A bra dash to remember Kris Hill Assistant Editor

Sometimes I like to joke that my birthday should be a national holiday. That’s because I love celebrating my birthday. Partying. Cakes. Gifts. Friends. I like to do something different every year and really celebrate. Usually I take the whole week off because often I am lucky enough for my birthday to fall the week of Labor Day, so, I get a paid day off and only have to take four vacation days. Brilliant, right? This year my birthday, thanks to it being a leap year, fell on a Saturday. Since 2009 I have to say my birthdays have been far more low key than in the past. That year I was pregnant and since then my focus has shifted dramatically from celebrating how awesome I am to how awesome my daughter is so I’ve brought it all down a notch. This year I didn’t take the week off. And this year I had a totally different focus for the weekend of my birthday. The day after was the Wings of Karen 5K Bra Dash and I signed up to walk the inaugural event. Having lived in Maple Valley for more than eight years now, I have come to develop a real affection for the service-oriented attitude of this community, and I love that I live somewhere people give back. The Bra Dash was a tremendous example of what an amazing community Maple Valley is and has become over the years. But, I’m getting ahead of myself a little bit here.

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Back in late June I started walking my dog after my older beagle was put to sleep following a diagnosis of advanced lymphoma. I was heartbroken. A few days after my dog’s death, I had lunch with my good friend Ilyse, who is already pretty awesome anyway but is also a breast cancer survivor. During lunch she was telling me about her plans to run the Torchlight 8K at the end of July. She challenged me to walk it. Considering I hadn’t actually started walking my other beagle yet, I wasn’t sure I could do an 8K, which is about five miles, in little more than a month. About two weeks later Victoria Laise Jonas posted a comment on my Facebook profile about how she had just signed up to walk the Bra Dash. Wings of Karen, by the way, is a Maple Valleybased non-profit. The event was planned for Sept. 9, the day after I turned 34, and I thought that was a good way to celebrate that weekend.

I posted a link to the event on Ilyse’s Facebook profile. She said if I signed up then she would, too. It would be perfect timing because it fell just about six weeks after her final reconstructive surgery. Ilyse is a runner. I am so not a runner. In high school when we had to do a mile run in P.E. I did everything I could to get out of it. When I played soccer, I would wonder what possessed me to play a sport that required so much running over such a long period of time. But, I decided to start training to walk the 5K. I signed up for it and so did Ilyse. During the three weeks leading up to the event, we met up to walk, and each time we went four miles. The first time we walked, it was Aug. 17, a Friday when I was off work. It was 93 degrees that afternoon. I pushed my daughter in the jogging stroller, well halfway, Ilyse pushed the stroller on the way back. Maybe we were a [ more HILL page 6]

hires, and can fire, city employees, thus controlling the flow of information. She also controls access to and communication with the legal firm that provides attorneys for the city. This imbalance remains despite the fact that all five council members try to take a cautious and protective approach regarding the developments whenever such matters are brought forward. The current structure is so unbalanced that the Mayor, not the elected council, controls the organization and flow of City Council meetings. It is important to remember that this imbalance exists no matter who serves as mayor. This is not just a question of whether the YarrowBay developments will proceed. The Mayor and city staff members have discretionary authority that allows them to excuse violations by YarrowBay or allow broad discretionary variances. Often, developers attempt to change the rules of the game by seeking variances to restrictions already imposed or agreed to. It is imperative that YarrowBay be held to the restrictions/agreements already completed. No variances or any kind should be granted for any reason. We urge all citizens of Black Diamond to support Proposition 1 by voting ‘yes.’ This would change our current strong mayor form of government to one in which a city manager would be appointed by the City Council. The passage of Proposition 1 will give the citizens of this community the tools we need to protect our future.

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little bit crazy to do that but we stayed hydrated and it really felt awesome. Then I met up with Ilyse in her hilly neighborhood the following week. It was 20 degrees cooler. And since I had been walking a fairly flat route around my house in Maple Valley, the hills kicked my butt. A week later Ilyse brought her oldest, Shayna who is 11, to my house and we walked another four miles. It wasn’t terribly fast but it was fun and we walked up the short but steep hill near my house. Ilyse pushed Lyla in the stroller up the hill. She has been antsy to get out and run so she wanted the challenge. The following week we both did walks in our respective neighborhoods on our own. On the morning of the event, Ilyse came to my house and we all got in my Jeep — Jason, my husband, my daughter, and Ilyse — which then refused to start. That’s another story for another time. We pulled Lyla’s car seat out, put it in Ilyse’s mini van and off we went to Lake Wilderness Elementary where we got on the Seattle Party Limo shuttle which took us to Lake Wilderness Park. When we arrived, there were hundreds and hundreds of people of all ages, shapes and sizes, families, the Tahoma High School girls soccer team including coach Jason Johnson with his adorable almost-one-yearold daughter Charlotte strapped to his chest in a baby carrier. There were Tahoma cheerleaders and volunteers handling registration, taking raffle tickets, handing out water and protein bars, or leading a group in a Zumba

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A suspect who allegedly robbed the Maple Valley Bank of America on Aug. 24 has been arrested, according to Maple Valley Police Chief Michelle Bennett. Bennett, who made the announcement Monday at the City Council meeting, said the suspect was arrested around 6 p.m. The suspect is believed

by police to have entered the Bank of America at around 3:30 p.m. Aug. 23. The subject presented a note to the teller and fled with an undisclosed amount of money. No weapon was shown or implied.

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then need to be approved by KSD’s chief business officer and Matheson before going to the School Board and City Council for approval. Still, that doesn’t mean it’s a done deal, just a step in the direction both parties would like to go. “Even if we negotiate and our governing bodies approve this agreement, the city would still need to come up with the money to buy the property,� Matheson said. “Hopefully the district doesn’t sell the

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Kent-Meridian’s Vinnie Malietufa heads for the end zone in the second quarter while Kentlake safety Riley Higgins tries to bring the sophomore running back down. JAMES KIELLAND, Kent Photo Survey and he gave Allen a large portion of credit for that. “We had too many negative plays, which put us in third and long situations,� Paulson wrote. “We struggled with their athletic inside linebackers and had some missed reads

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[ UPSET from page 10] to Sanit Singh who covered 37 yards for the score early in the second quarter. Kent-Meridian answered when Vinnie Malietufa punched it in from one yard out. Cartez Green put together a 37 yard run then Quincy Carter put together a 28-yard pass to set up the touchdown to cut the Kentlake lead in half with 9:38 on the clock. With 6:25 left in the first half Malietufa tied it up when he bounced outside and ran it in from 20 yards out to tie the game. Malietufa, who is a sophomore,

KENTWOOD’S MCGUIRE HELPS USA 18U NATIONAL TEAM TO GOLD MEDAL Reese McGuire finished play with the USA 18U national team helping the American bring home a gold medal in the XXV IBAF 18U Baseball World Championship tournament in Seoul, South Korea.

carried the ball 11 times for 72 yards and two touchdowns. He also chipped in a sack on a fourth down play to end a drive. The Royals and the Falcons were tied at halftime before Mathena broke it up when he picked off Carter and ran it back for a touchdown with 3:49 left in the third quarter to put Kentlake up 21-14. It was the

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PREPS ON DECK FOR SEPT. 14-18 Sept. 14 FOOTBALL Tahoma at Auburn Riverside, 7 p.m. Kentwood at Mt. Rainier at 5 p.m. Puyallup at Kentlake at 7 p.m. at French Field.

last time Kentlake had the lead. Carter found two other weapons in his offensive arsenal as the Royals answered the pick six by Mathena with a touchdown reception by Randall Cooper who pulled it in from five yards out with his does down at the back pylon to tie it up at 21-21. Cooper also added six solo tackles and a pair of intercep-

Kentridge at Auburn at 7 p.m. Sept. 18 GIRLS SOCCER Kentlake at Auburn, 7:30 p.m. Kentwood at Thomas Jefferson, 5:30 p.m. Tahoma at Kent Meridian, 7:30 at French Field BOYS GOLF Tahoma at Kentridge, 3:15 p.m. Kentlake at Kentwood, 3:15 p.m. GIRLS GOLF Kentridge at Tahoma, 3:15 p.m. Kentwood at Kentlake, 3:15 p.m.

tions on the other side of the ball where he plays strong safety. In the fourth quarter Carter handed the ball off to Thomas Kemp to score the go-ahead touchdown for the Royals who beat the Falcons for the first time in over a decade. It was the first win against a Kent School District rival for Kent-Meridian since an October 2005 victory over Kentridge. The Royals rolled up 297 yards of total offense. Kemp carried the ball 12 times for 63 yards including the game winning score and defensively had five

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McGuire, who catches, went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs in the 6-2 victory as USA avenged a 1-0 extra-inning loss to Canada earlier in the tournament. It was the first world championship for the 18U national team since 1999. The Kentwood senior missed the first week of school to play with the national team.

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Staff of the MultiCare Maple Valley clinic got a glimpse of their new professional home when it was unveiled to the community at an open house Sept. 6. With more than 10,000 square feet of space, the clinic will

have room for more medical providers and staff, and is considerably larger than the 3,000-square-foot space the practice has occupied in Four Corner Square in recent years. Originally this practice was located on Kent’s East Hill and moved into Maple Valley in 2007.

Following the ribbon cutting, Karen Graham, director of operations in South King County for MultiCare, said it had been quite a journey to get to the opening of the new clinic in Maple Valley Town Square in Four Corners. “This has been a five-year endeavor for us,� Graham said. “This has been very exciting for us.� Graham said it was important for the staff that the design of the clinic, inside and out, was natural, welcoming for all

members of the community while fitting in with the city’s aesthetic. David Cline, a doctor who has practiced in this clinic for more than decade, said the larger space will allow the physicians and nurse practitioners who work there to do more as well as better serve the community. Cline noted that because he is so booked up due to demand, clinic staff have encouraged patients to go to urgent care facilities in order to see a doctor even if they don’t want or

September 14 , 2012 [15] need to. “The main thing we wanted to do was make it family friendly,� said Hugh Kodama, administrator of MultiCare facilities in South King County. “This is a growing area, we need providers, especially pediatrics.� There will be room for six providers, while the old clinic had three, along with 14 other staff. Physicians won’t have offices, Kodama said, instead they will work at desks in large cubicles separated by glass walls in the center of the clinic under sky-

lights while the nurse’s stations will have direct line of site into the exam rooms they will be responsible for. Hours at the clinic will be longer. Monday through Friday hours will be 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., with that eventually extended to 7 p.m., as well as 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays. Expanded services of Mary Bridge Pediatrics will also be offered at the clinic. For more information log on to www.multicare.org.

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