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County unanimously approves Kent levee repair plan BY MICHELLE CONERLY firstname.lastname@example.org
After weeks of debate, the King County Flood Control District Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve the $17 million Kent proposal to
fix a Green River levee. At a meeting Tuesday in Seattle, eight board members – Councilwoman Kathy Lambert was absent – passed Kent’s levee repair plan that intends to build flood walls along the 2.5-mile BriscoeDesimone levee to protect sur-
rounding businesses. The county had proposed setback levee options estimated at costs of more than $63 million and up to $416 million because of the need to buy property and move businesses to expand
the levee. Minor revisions to the proposal were approved, including the clarification that there are four outside bends of the Green River between South 200th and South 180th and four walls
to be built. Wording to include the city of Tukwila also was revised. Councilman Larry Gossett, who originally voted against recommending the Kent proposal [ more LEVEE page 7 ]
Ex-Kent-Meridian teacher, coach receives 5-day jail sentence for sex crime BY STEVE HUNTER email@example.com
A former Kent-Meridian High School teacher and track coach received a fiveday jail sentence Feb. 22 in King County Superior Court for communication with a minor for immoral purposes.
After the sentencing at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent, King County corrections officers handcuffed Ernie Ammons, 37, of Black Diamond, and escorted him out of the courtroom and to the county jail. Ammons had been free on bail since his [ more AMMONS page 2 ]
Kent native sings his way to Los Angeles In goal, the Thunderbirds’ Danny Mumaugh blocks a shot during a recent Western Hockey League game at the ShoWare Center. Mumaugh, who grew up in Colorado, is living with a host family in Maple Valley and attends Kentwood High School. Mumaugh is adjusting to a busy schedule that includes honing his hockey skills in the junior ranks. COURTESY PHOTO, Kyle Scholzen, Thunderbirds
PURSUING THEIR DREAM ON ICE Teens learn to balance school and a new home while skating in the WHL BY MICHELLE CONERLY firstname.lastname@example.org
hat evening, Danny Mumaugh was supposedly doing homework. Walking upstairs to check in on him at their Centennial, Colo., home, his dad discovered him watch-
ing hockey highlights online. But Mumaugh’s dad just couldn’t get upset. “That’s where I want to play,” he said, “in the Western Hockey League.” Little Taylor Green slipped on his “skaty socks” and positioned his net in the living room of his Port Coquitlam, British Columbia home. But something was missing. Green dragged his baby sister into the goal and lined up a shot.
“My mom would yell at me, and I would have to bring her out,” Green said. Two boys living thousands of miles apart shared one dream: to play professional hockey. And as Seattle Thunderbirds playing in Kent, they now share more than just a dream. “Our rooms are next to each other and the bathroom in the middle adjoins (them),” Mumaugh said. [ more T-BIRDS page 4 ]
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Locally-grown Carson Henley is a finalist in the Guitar Center Singer-Songwriter 2 competition. Years ago at Kentlake High School, Henley
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Songwriter gets his chance: Carson Henley, former Kentlake student, is pursuing his dream as a musician. COURTESY PHOTO, Bianca Sciotto.
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 March 1, 2013 [ HENLEY from page 1] began to realize his talents as a singer as well, drawing from the soulful influences of his childhood. At 21 years old, he wrote his first song, and in 2008, released his first album titled â€œGreen Eyed Soul.â€? â€œAs far as my own material, a lot of times (I write about) relationships with people,â€? he said. â€œI find them really intriguing, and itâ€™s the most powerful connection to me. That is really what touches me.â€? So when his sister found this singer-songwriter competition
www.kentreporter.com online, Henley thought itâ€™d be a great opportunity to get his name out there. â€œIn Seattle youâ€™re isolated from the music scene,â€? Henley said. â€œItâ€™s tough getting out of Seattle when youâ€™re based here.â€? To enter the competition, each applicant sent in a video performing an original song. From the 13,000 submissions received, a group of judges whittled it down to 140. From there, John Shanks, successful producer, songwriter, and musician, personally chose the 10 finalists who will fly out to Los Angeles and perform at a private show to determine the winner.
â€œGood music finds its own audience,â€? said Jake Cheung, music and entertainment marketing spokesperson at Guitar Center. â€œWeâ€™re trying to find an artist that is talented and passionate (enough) to pursue music as a career.â€? After Henleyâ€™s latest project, he believes heâ€™s proved to his audience to be a driven artist. The name of his album, â€œ100 Hours,â€? gives a brief insight into how the record was written and recorded in just that short amount of time. â€œI went into the situation with nothing written at all,â€? he said. â€œI barely made it in the 100 hours, but
it was a test that stretched me.â€? Henley knows that to get good results, heâ€™s got to keep â€œplugging awayâ€? at pursuing his music career. Thatâ€™s why heâ€™s excited to see if this competition will be the stepping stone to something more. â€œWin or lose, I will continue to do what I need to do,â€? Henley said. â€œItâ€™s not a make or break, but it can definitely help make you.â€? As a finalist, Henley automatically receives a long list of prizes including a guitar from C.F Martin & Co., a $100 Converse gift card, and one of his singles digitally distributed by the company TuneCore.
The grand prize winner receives an even longer list, topping off with $10,000 cash, a 4-song EP with John Shanks and a performance on â€œJimmy Kimmel Live!â€? All finalists will be flown out to Los Angeles to perform Saturday at the Hotel Cafe in Hollywood. â€œOur experience with last yearâ€™s competition has been extremely rewarding for everyone involved,â€? said Dustin Hinz, director of music, entertainment marketing and artist relations for Guitar Center. â€œWe look forward to seeing what new talent emerges this year and helping another deserving artist share their music with the world.â€?
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arrest in December 2011. Judge Lori K. Smith also sentenced Ammons to 40 hours of community service and 24 months of probation as well as ordered that he have no contact with the victim, that he must pay restitution to the victim and that he have no contact with minors except under supervision of an adult with knowledge of his registered sex offender status and with the approval of a sex offender treatment provider. Ammons pleaded guilty to the charge Feb. 1 in exchange for a lighter sentence. He could have been sentenced up to one year in jail and fined $5,000. He must register as a sex
offender. â€œItâ€™s been a very trying year for me and my family,â€? Ammons said in a brief statement to the judge. â€œI take responsibility for my actions. I will move forward from this. I apologize to everybody I respect, especially my family and the victim.â€? Prosecutors said Ammons sent sexually explicit text messages to a 16-yearold Kent-Meridian girl from June 27, 2011 to Nov. 6, 2011. Ammons taught health and physical education at the school. He also coached boys and girls track and cross country for the Royals.
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Terry Hooks, a volunteer and urban tree advocate, was a semifinalist for a national award. COURTESY PHOTO, City of Kent
Kent urban tree advocate honored for volunteer efforts Terry Hooks was selected as one of 10 nationwide semifinalists for the Alliance for Community Trees 2012 Volunteer of the Year Award, the city of Kentâ€™s Green Kent Partnership recently announced. The award highlights inspirational volunteers in action who have contributed to urban forestry by improving community trees and the neighborhoods where they live. The winner was Dotti Clune, a 20-plus-year volunteer with
Michigan-based Friends of Grand Rapids Parks. Nearly 2,000 volunteers donated just under 6,000 hours to the Green Kent Partnership, a 20year environmental restoration plan, last year. The partnership brings together the city, conservation organization Forterra and the residents. Hooks has been volunteering for the program since early 2011, when she became a trained steward. She has been leading work parties of other volunteers regularly at Morrill Meadows Park and has proven herself a real leader. â€œItâ€™s in her DNA,â€? said Jeff Watling, parks director. â€œTerry is a superstar at REI, where she works, and she loves the outdoors and giving back to her community. I canâ€™t imagine anyone more deserving of this recognition.â€?
The murder trial has been continued again for the Oregon man charged with first-degree murder for the 2010 stabbing death of Seth Frankel, a city of Kent employee and Auburn resident. William L. Phillip, 32, had been scheduled to go to trial in February, but the scheduled trial date now is May 6, according to the King County Prosecuting Attorneyâ€™s Office. Defense attorneys have been granted several requests from King County Superior Court judges to continue the trial date. Phillip has waived his right to a speedy trial. If needed, either side could again ask the court for more time to prepare the case and request a new trial date. According to court documents, the jury trial could last six weeks. Phillip, of Portland, remains in custody at the county jail at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent with bail set at $1
Man charged in â€˜96 murder of Kent co-worker pleads not guilty A Montana man charged in the 1996 cold case murder of a Kirkland woman who worked in Kent pleaded not guilty to seconddegree murder in King County Superior Court in Seattle. Clifford E. Reed, 59, was extradited Feb. 6 to King County for allegedly killing Sandi Rae Johnson, 28, in April 1996. He entered the plea Feb. 14 and remains in the county jail in Seattle on $5 million bail. He is scheduled to return to
million. He pleaded not guilty in March 2011 to a first-degree murder charge after being extradited from Portland. Attorneys from both sides asked for more time to prepare the case after an initial trial date of June 20, 2012. Frankel, 41, a city video-program coordinator, was killed May 21, 2010 in his Auburn home. He was discovered the following day by a neighbor who was checking on his welfare, looked through a window, and saw the body. Prosecutors allege that Phillip, a former boyfriend of the woman Frankel dated and lived with, drove to Auburn to kill Frankel because he was angry that someone else was dating the woman. Detectives connected Phillip to the murder through a bloodstained towel found at Frankelâ€™s house as well as cellphone records that put Phillip near the home the night of Frankelâ€™s death. more story onlineâ€Ś kentreporter.com
court March 14 when a trial date could be set or attorneys can ask for more time to prepare the case. Reed was Johnsonâ€™s co-worker at Bowen Scarff Ford in Kent during her disappearance. Johnson was reported missing in 1996. Her body was found eight years later near Highway 410 in Pierce County. Reed left Washington for Montana shortly after Johnson was reported missing, according to court documents. Detectives conducted multiple interviews throughout the investigation and Reedâ€™s friends revealed his alleged infatuation with Johnson. King County Sheriff â€™s Office detectives arrested Reed for investigation of murder in December at his Victor, Mont., home. â€“ Steve Hunter
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...obituaries Carol Ann Case Carol Ann Case, 73, long time resident of Kent passed away February 11th at Valley General Hospital after a long illness. Carol was a very crafty person doing handcrafts of all types right to the end. She was also very active in many organizations as a natural leader. These included Campfire leader, Den Mother, president of PTA’s in Idaho as well as in Pine Tree Elementary, president of Jaycee Wives in Idaho and Kent, president for 2 years of the Pantera Lago Community Club a mobil home park in in Kent, and president of Golden Threads through Washington State Good Sams which makes and distributes childcare blankets, booties and caps to Ronald McDonald House. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, 3 children, 9 grandchildren, 2 sisters, and many nieces & nephews. 743852
William “Bill” Edward Redington William “Bill” Edward Redington passed away at Saint Francis Hospital on February 22, 2013, at the age of 75. He was born September 24, 1937 to Lloyd and Lila Belle (Telford) Redington. William proudly served his country as a veteran of the United States Army. He worked in both welding and truck driving as his lifelong careers. Among his favorite pastimes,William enjoyed fishing, farming, and painting, along with cheering on the Seahawks and the Mariners. He was also known for his helpfulness in educating people about gardening. William was a great father and a proud grandfather. He will be greatly missed. William was survived by his daughters Connie Erickson, Federal Way, and Laura Sue Wilson, Canada; two grandchildren, Chance Erickson and Jessica Wilson; and one brother, Chuck Redington, Tacoma, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his mother, Lila Belle Redington; his father, Lloyd Redington; and his brother, Jack Redington. For service information, visit www.yahnandson.com. 746264
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have a great billet family so it’s always nice to reset there.” In the four years the Merrimans have hosted Thunderbirds, they’ve secured a routine and split the responsibilities of taking care of their boys. Except minimal trash and laundry, the players aren’t made to do chores. In the evenings, a nutritious dinner is always the goal, but come pregame meals, Bob knows exactly what the boys crave most. “They love to eat their pastas … lasagna (or) sometimes a pot of spaghetti,” Bob said. For Mumaugh, a protein drink with a scoop of ice cream is a great snack in between meals, too. Around 2 p.m. practice begins at the ShoWare Center, and as the boys don their four or more layers of gear and step onto the ice, the transformation from normal teenager to professional hockey player begins. The bright lights illuminate the entire rink, leaving the stands in shadows. The chilled air muffles their speech while masking the faint smell of sweat. A player falls chest down on the ice, slush covering his grey and navy jersey. Hockey sticks continuously clack, clack, clack against one another, as players fight for the chance to land one between the pipes. “In Canada, young boys would kill to be in the position that we’re in,” Green said. “Just being able to go onto the ice every night … it’s just a lot of fun.”
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Born to play From day one, Green pursued hockey over every other sport. Breathing heavily after practice, he explains that as soon as he could walk, he could skate. With a smile bridging ear to ear, he tells how shocked he was to be 15 years old and drafted right out of rookie camp in the second round as the 26th overall pick. After that, his skills on the ice have only improved. Green’s a defenseman, but his good hockey sense allows him to play forward as well, making his skills diverse. “He’s smart on the ice,” said Steve Konowalchuk, Thunderbirds head coach. “Good hands … good vision. That’s what’s gonna make him a successful player in this league.” Factor in his height at about 6 feet, 9 inches with skates on, Green believes he’s a good size for this “big man sport.” Mumaugh grew up within five minutes of an ice rink in Colorado. His dad, a season ticket holder, would take him to the NHL Avalanche games at an early age. Sitting back in his chair, Mumaugh remembers the day his dad pulled up in the car after hockey practice to reveal a “G” next to his name on the team roster. “My dad always knew I wanted to be a goalie,” Mumaugh said. “(Since then) I never looked back.” Put in the lineup half-
The Thunderbirds’ Taylor Green is an imposing defenseman at 6 feet, 6 inches tall. Just 18 years old, Green hopes to blossom in the junior ranks. COURTESY PHOTO, Kyle Scholzen, Thunderbirds way through the season, Mumaugh was confident enough to jump right in with the rest of the players. And being only 16 years old, his hard work and competitive attitude is a testament to his love of the game. “He sure brings that fire, and that’s contagious to the team,” Konowalchuk said. “That’s gonna push him to be a good goalie at this level.” Both boys agree that playing for the Thunderbirds creates a bond between teammates. Whether it’s shouting your NHL fantasy draft picks on the bus to an away game, just hanging out at the mall or grabbing a bite to eat, the players spend most of their time together. Unfortunately, this doesn’t leave a lot of time for outside friendships. “I don’t want to say there’s not enough time to make friends,” Mumaugh said, “but we never really
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have time to hang out with (other people).” The boys were brought to Kent to play hockey, but the experience of playing in the WHL in the Pacific Northwest encompasses much more than just play time. As young men, they are living out their dreams, taking one step closer to their professional careers. “He’s had his sights set on this for so long,” Mumaugh’s dad said. “Seattle gave him a chance … and (he) really wants to make it work (there.)” Green’s mom couldn’t be more excited about her son living “a Canadian boy’s dream.” Although she still sees him as “her baby,” his passion for the sport makes all the sacrifices worth it. “To see him living (his dream) out at such a young age … as long as he’s happy, and it’s going well, I’m happy,” she said.
“So we’re constantly together.” Mumaugh and Green live in the same billet house owned by Bob and Val Merriman. Living with billets is equivalent to living with a host family. With the exception of checking in for dinner, the boys keep to their own schedules and come and go as they please. Outside of the rink, the boys live pretty normal lives. Like most teenagers, waking up for class can be the hardest part of the day. Jumping on Highway 18,
each player can make it to Kentwood High School in no time from the Merriman’s house in Maple Valley. But unlike other students, school could start at 8 a.m. or even 11 a.m. depending on how many classes the boys must take to complete their credits. Having the extra time doesn’t make balancing school and sports any easier, though, but a good home life does help. “If you have a test and you were playing the night before, it can be tough,” Green said, “but it’s never tough to come home to the billets. I
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It appears the biggest fear of environmentalists and some public outcry is about coal cinders or coal dust flying all over the place. Whether this is an actuality or not, I don’t know. If this problem is real or perceived, there may be a solution. My wife and I were making a left turn from 15th Southwest to C Street northbound. In front of us was a very long coal train in the Auburn train yard, the cars uncovered. They appeared to be headed north, to where we don’t know. To get to that point, the train must have traveled through much of the state. We discussed this in light of the concerns listed above, and decided that coal cars should be covered. We envision that each car has a cover that is pulled across, similar to the
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Medicaid expansion: an offer we should not refuse Good health – like education, housing, and economic opportunity – is essential for a strong community. When people can’t get health care, the consequences affect us all. In King County, good health is out of reach for an estimated 280,000 people who do not have health insurance and access to preventive care. Too often they are forced to bypass
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Wannabes and all-stars are welcome. Be prepared for repetitious drills and numerous takes, sound instruction and occasional criticism. Anticipate frustrating whiffs at the fastball and ghastly gaffes in the field. Most of all, be ready for plenty of drama on and off the diamond. Marco Angulo – longtime writer, producer and actor – has issued a casting call for baseball players 18 and older to toil and shine on television. He intends to put Kent, Auburn and the Green River Valley on the reality TV show map with his latest, unscripted project. Baseball is the backdrop for “The Cut”, a series that follows the storylines of local players and coaches as they interact on and off the field. The show follows four locally-grown, 15-member baseball teams, each hand-selected by the reality show’s coaches, as they come together to struggle, improve and compete for bragging rights. Tryouts and a casting call begin Sunday afternoon at Big League Edge in north Auburn. The show is designed to combine drama with action, misfits with experienced players. Sort of a “Bad News Bears” meets “The Biggest Loser”. “Like most reality shows, we’re looking to cast real people with real personalities,” said Angulo, who moved to Federal Way after working in the entertainment industry for 25 years in Southern California. “We’re looking for people who have played baseball as well as those who have not.” “We hope to attract regular Joes and pros,” Angulo added. “It’s an opportunity to help guide somebody to a better place by using baseball as a way to get there.” Joining Angulo and Hat Dance Productions on the project is Nicholas Crane
ance Commissioner estimates that the average insured family pays approximately $1,100 a year in the form of a hidden tax to cover care for the uninsured. Providing people with access to affordable, primary care is a better formula. This is why I recently traveled to Olympia to advocate for the expansion of Medicaid. The State of Washington has an unprecedented opportunity under the Affordable
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THE 26TH ANNUAL KENT KIDSâ€™ ARTS DAY returns Saturday at Kent Commons. The Kent Parks, Recreation & Community Services celebrates March as National Youth Arts Month by bringing kids, creativity and diversity to the community at the day-long festival. The event features hands-on art projects led by professional artists for kids ages 4 to 14.
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for conditions such as diabetes. It will mean healthier parents and secure, thriving families. Many state legislators I spoke to are supportive of the Medicaid expansion. They recognize that itâ€™s a wise decision from a humanitarian and economic standpoint. A recent opinion poll shows that two-thirds of Washingtonians agree that it will benefit their communities. Expansion will provide
The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Commons, 525 Fourth Avenue N. The event is a project of the Kent Arts Commission and Kent Parks, Rec and Community Services. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Lunch, snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. Admission is $10 for kids; adults and children 2 years and younger
nearly $1 billion in new federal funds to Washington in the next two years and create an estimated 10,000 jobs in our state. With more employed people comes an increase in local tax revenues and a boost to our local Kent economy. Medicaid expansion will also mean savings in the state budget of approximately $225 million in the next two years. Some legislators may consider walking away from these funds â€“ federal taxes that we have already paid â€“
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are free. Hands-on projects are free with admission. You must have an admission ticket to participate in the hands-on art projects. Two-time Grammy winner Bill Harley performs at 3 p.m. in the Crystal Mountain Hall. Tickets are $10 for the performance or $15 for entry into Kent Kidsâ€™ Arts Day. Purchase tickets at kentarts.com or by phone at 253-856-5051.
which instead will pay for health care in other states. They worry about what the federal government might do in the future. But the federal government has agreed to cover 100 percent of the cost of the expansion and gradually decreasing to 90 percent thereafter. The opportunity to cover so many more of our neighbors with basic health care, under those terms, should not be lost due to the inability to know the future with certainty. This is a good deal now.
six weeks of local filming in August. Ultimately, the producers hope a cable network will pick up the pilot. The producers are working with BLE founder and operator Jim Parque, a former major league pitcher, on the project. â€œJim has been telling me about incidents and events that go on at
SENIOR SERVICESâ€™ VOLUNTEER TRANSPORTATION provides vital rides for Kent seniors. Using their own vehicles, volunteer drivers help older adults maintain their independence by taking them to necessary medical appointments. Unfortunately, the program does not have enough drivers to meet the demand for transportation
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Northwest Eye Surgeons is pleased to announce the addition of Dr Paul Griggs to our professional staff. He specializes in vitreoretinal disease and surgery. Dr. Griggs has been in practice in the Seattle area for over 20 years. He received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Missouri in Kansas City, Missouri and completed his ophthalmology residency at Saint Louis University, Missouri. He completed his vitreoretinal fellowship at Retina Associates of Lexington, Kentucky. Dr. Griggs is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, from which he has received the Achievement Award, and is a recipient of the Senior Honor Award from the American Society of Retina Specialists. He has participated in clinical trials and maintains a close working relationship with industry leaders that are developing novel treatments for retinal disorders. He has presented at national and international medical conferences. He has many professional memberships including Washington Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons and the American Medical Association. Dr Griggs sees patients in our Seattle and Renton offices, and is accepting patients by referral.
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ground lawsâ€? have only added to the justification in many peopleâ€™s mind to shoot first and ask questions later. We have no one to blame but our politicians and those who control them for this situation. Sadly, this country has a very long and sordid history of doing injustices to too many of its citizens and unfortunately too much injustice is still at play against our own citizens as well as those of foreign countries. Hiding this from the American people is not the way to change things nor allowing those who participated in breaking laws whether national or international to walk free is right. What it does instead is to give cover to those who wish to continue to commit human rights violations. I wish I could join Tina Turner in becoming a citizen of a more civilized country, but unfortunately I am 72 years old and donâ€™t have the finances to make such a move. I still have some hope, however small, that America will come to its senses. â€“ George Whitaker
www.kentreporter.com [ LEVEE from page 1] at the executive committee meeting, proposed a separate amendment to address the cost the city of Kent would be responsible for in the maintenance of the project, depending on inflation. â€œItâ€™s about time,â€? Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke said of the decision. â€œI am thrilled that we were able to work as a group in finding a path forward. My biggest concern is that we get started immediately â€Śâ€? Cookeâ€™s urgency stems from
the potential loss of the $7 million state grant awarded by the Legislature last year if a decision could not be made soon. The flood district executive committee hired an independent engineering consultant to suggest the most cost effective plan that also aligned with the goals of all parties involved. Ultimately, the consultant favored Kentâ€™s plan. â€œThere was a lot of give and take,â€? said County Councilman Reagan Dunn. â€œGetting a unanimous vote is something I feel very good about, and it sets a precedent
of moving forward.â€? Present at the meeting was Dan Sibson, senior vice president of the IDS Real Estate Group. IDS Real Estate Group and Clarion Partners recently purchased about 70 acres of land in the Kent Valley from The Boeing Co. that falls within the borderlines of the flood plain. The partners planned to develop the area this spring. The Kent proposalâ€™s design is to be completed this summer so that construction can begin in the fall.
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CALENDAR Events “You Me We” Festival: 6-9 p.m. March 1, ShoWare Center, 625 W. James St., Kent. Festival of free fun celebrates the great work of many youth, teen and family resources serving Kent and spotlights exceptional talents of young local performers. Activities include: interactive booths; hands-on art activities; Radio Disney; sports competitions; face painting; bounce houses; games, contests, raffles and prizes; $1 hot dogs and $1 soda. Kent Food Bank welcoming donations. The event is organized by a collaboration of community groups, including the Kent School District, Kent Parks Department, youth groups, sports and scouting organizations, churches, local businesses and service clubs. For more details, visit www.YouMeWeKent.com. 26th annual Kent Kids’ Arts Day: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. March 2, Kent Commons, 525 Fourth Ave. N. Festival features 14 hands-on art projects led by professional artists and geared to kids ages 4-12. Local school groups and community dance studios take the stage with multicultural music and dance. Other activities include face painting, Junk Music Playstation and the Wall of Words. A special performance by Bill Harley, two-time Grammy winner who
uses hilarious stories and songs to paint a picture of growing up and parenting, is 3 p.m. in the Crystal Mountain Hall. Admission: $10 per child and includes all handson art projects; no entry fee for adults and children under 2. Admission to the Harley performance is $10 or $15 for both the performance and entry into Kent Kids’ Arts Day. Concessions will be provided by Pull My Ear Concessions and Sturgis Sweets Kettle Korn. Kids’ Day is presented by the Kent Arts Commission and the Kent Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department with partial funding from 4Culture, Washington State Arts Commission, Kent Lions Club, Fred Meyer, Smith Brothers Dairy and Kent Community Foundation. For information, visit KentArts.com or call 235-856-5050.
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Benefits Sleep Country’s Pajama Drive for Foster Kids: Through March 3. Donations of new pajamas in all sizes can be dropped off at any Sleep Country store. For more information or to find the nearest location please, visit www.sleepcountry.com or call 888-88-SLEEP (75337). Spelling bee: 9 a.m. March 2, Cedar Heights Middle School, 19640 SE 272nd St., Covington, For for fourth-, fifth- and sixthgrade students. Participation is free. Winner receives a Kindle Fire and advances to the regional bee in Seattle. Money raised will be used toward the school’s language arts
programs. Full details can be found online at www.cedarheightsptsa.org/spellingbee. Brinner, Breakfast for Dinner: 4-8 p.m. March 21, Maggie’s on Meeker, 307 W. Meeker St., Kent. The Kiwanis Club of Kent AM invites the public to its Brinner fundraiser. Profits benefit Project EliminateKiwanis International and UNICEF, which have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus; and the Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Project, which has joined Seattle Children’s Hospital to find a cure for children’s cancer. Cost: adults $10, seniors $8, children (12 and under) $5. Pancakes, sausage and a beverage are included with the ticket price. For more information, contact Char Grinolds at 253-229-7340 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Rotary Club of Kent 45th dinner auction, escapades: 5-9 p.m. April 27,
ShoWare Center, 625 W James St., Kent. Gourmet dinner, live and silent auctions. Proceeds of the auction support college scholarships and community projects. Tickets: $75. For more information about tickets, sponsorship opportunities or to donate an auction item, visit www.kentrotary. com, contact Greg Haffner at 253-852-2345 or email@example.com.
Volunteers Restore Kent’s Springwood Park: 9 a.m.-noon, March 3, Springwood Park. Southeast 274th Street and 128th Place Southeast. Volunteers are wanted to help fellow neighbors and community members. The event is part of the Green Kent Partnership. Volunteers are asked to register at www.greenkent.org.
Green Kent Partnership steward orientation: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. March 23, Kent Senior Center, 600 E Smith St. If you enjoy physical activity, being outdoors and helping to improve your community, consider joining the program. Trained stewards led 30 work parties of other volunteers in chosen work sites, culminating in the first annual Green Kent Day on Oct. 27 with 200 participants. More than 100 acres are now in some phase of restoration and the city is recruiting more stewards, support stewards and outreach volunteers. Full job descriptions of the volunteer positions are available upon request, and no experience is necessary. Find out more at www.GreenKent.org or call 253-856-5113 to register. Got an event? submissions @kentreporter.com or post online at www.kentreporter.com
19th Annual Kent Student Art Walk: March 11-22. More than 20 downtown businesses and Kent Station serve as art galleries, displaying students’ paintings, sketches and sculptures in lobbies and windows during regular business hours. More than 450 Kent School District students participated. Student art also will be on display at the Centennial Center Gallery, 400 W. Gowe St., 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. An opening reception for the artists, their families and fans is 5-7 p.m. March 15, at the gallery, with stage entertainment at
PUGET SOUND ENERGY NOTICE OF PLANNED FINAL ACTION AUTHORIZING CONDEMNATION Puget Sound Energy, Inc. needs to acquire an easement over Tax Parcel Nos. 3523049008, 3523049040, 3523049013, 3523049038, 3523049019, 3523049090 and 3523049109 located in Tukwila, Washington for an existing high pressure natural gas line. PSE is taking action to move forward with condemnation proceedings under RCW ch. 8.20.
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Drugs Police arrested a woman for an identity theft warrant and cited her for possession of drug paraphernalia after a patrol officer ran license plates of cars parked at about 9:01 p.m. Feb. 18 at the Shell gas station, 15209 S.E. Kent-Kangley Road. An officer ran the plates and discovered the registered owner of one of the car’s had a warrant out of Pierce County for identity theft, according to the police report. The officer saw three women in the car and asked the woman named in the warrant to step out of the vehicle. He then arrested her. The woman also had a black bag on her lap. She gave officers the OK to search the bag. They found needles, syringes, a lighter and burnt Q-tips. The officer noted that Q-tips are used to filter heroin while drawing it into a syringe. Police also arrested a woman in the car for a third-degree theft warrant out of Federal Way.
didn’t report the incident to police. When asked what happened earlier in the day at the office, she said, “He Kent Police arrested a woman for made me mad, so I slapped his face.” investigation of fourth-degree assault The woman then added she wasn’t after she allegedly slapped her husband talking anymore. There was no spein the face while both were at work cifics in the report about what at a business in the 6700 block of might have made the wife mad. South 216th Street. POLICE Police transported the Officers responded to a call woman to the city jail, where about a domestic dispute at she spent four days before about 12:39 p.m. Feb. 15, acher release, according to jail cording to the police report. records. When police tracked down the husband in his office at the business, he said to officers, “It’s no one’s busiOfficers arrested a woman for ness to call. What’s the law on people investigation of harassment after she calling about this?” reportedly made threats at about 9:07 Police noted that the man’s left a.m. Feb. 15 to the staff of an apartside of his face was extremely red ment complex in the 11000 block of compared to the other side that had Southeast Kent-Kangley Road. normal skin tone. Officers had taken a complaint the “Look, I’ve done stuff before, too,” prior day about the same woman makthe husband said. “She just got mad. ing threats to staff at the apartment It was only a slap. I’m a big boy, I can complex, according to the police report. take it.” When police responded to the call, The man added that his wife they saw a woman standing outside slapped him because he had made her the office and yelling that people in mad. the office were taking stuff from her. Officers then located the wife in the Office staff told police that the womwarehouse area. She saw police and said, an pounded on office doors before the “So when he hit me, you don’t do anyoffice opened demanding to get in. She thing. When I hit him, you come here.” reportedly threatened to break in and kill them and also said she would blow The wife told officers her husband up the building. Staff feared for their had hit her a long time ago but she BY STEVE HUNTER
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Bringing it close to home Seattle U, Cal State Bakersfield to play first Division I game at the ShoWare Center BY MICHELLE CONERLY
Seattle University faces Cal State Bakersfield in the first game between Division I men’s basketball programs at the ShoWare Center at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 6. “We love to get an opportunity
for Seattle University fans in South King County to see us play, right in their community,” said Redhawks coach Cameron Dollar. The ShoWare College Classic matches the Redhawks of the Western Athletic Conference against the Roadrunners, who will join the WAC next season. The games is presented by Pop Chips, Monster Energy, and Olympic Eagle Distributing. During the game, players from
the South King County area, like Chad Rasmussen, will be recognized for their achievements as student athletes. Rasmussen, who averages 8.5 points per game for Seattle U, graduated from Curtis High School in University Place. “He’s been here three years now,” said athletic director Bill Hogan of Rasmussen. “He’s a good 3-point shooter and a wonderful young person.” Seattle U beat Evergreen State
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KENT STORM CAGERS PLACE Members of the Kent Storm Special Athletes received high placements in the basketball regional for Special Olympics. Students from Kentridge placed fourth and Kentwood/ Cedar Heights students placed second. Kevin Harris from Kentwood will continue on to the State Special Olympics competition in Wenatchee in March. Individuals recognized: Kentwood: Matthew Zimmner, silver medal; Dewayne Harris, bronze medal; Kevin Harris, gold medal. Kentlake: Joey Panico, silver medal; Derrick Panico, fifth place.
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Hockey helping Ronald McDonald House: Last Saturday, teams from Microsoft played five games of hockey, helping to raise more than $170,000 for charity. RACHEL CIAMPI, Reporter
The Seattle Thunderbirds’ 15th annual Hockey Challenge raised more than $170,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington and Alaska last Saturday at the ShoWare Center. The challenge has now raised more than $4.3 million for the RMHC in 15 years. Sponsors formed teams to raise money to play in the challenge. All proceeds directly support operations of the Seattle Ronald McDonald House, which provides a “home-away-from-home” for children and their families receiving medical treatment at Seattle’s Children’s Hospital. In fact, last
College last year when it played at the ShoWare. When asked if playing in Kent will become a tradition, Hogan said that they would like to Dollar stay connected to the area, but for now, there’s no guarantee. “We’ve enjoyed it in the past,” Hogan said, “and look forward to more opportunities in the future.” Tickets are $10 general admission; $17 reserved; $25 court side; $30 club seats and dinner; and $10 or $5 for students with ASB cards. Order tickets at www.showarecenter.com.
year the Seattle Ronald McDonald House provided accommodations for 700 families. There were seven games played during the challenge on Saturday. The first five games Saturday were played by 10 teams from various groups at Microsoft. The Thunderbirds-Everett Silvertips game followed the Challenge games on Saturday, capped off by the Celebrity All-Star Game. “We are so thankful to all of the teams for their participation and earnest efforts to raise money and awareness for RMHC,” said Dianna Finnerty, executive director of RMHC. “The enthusiasm of the players and our partners the Seattle Thunderbirds is what has sustained this event for 15 years. We are happy to be celebrating the 15 year milestone and look forward to 15 more.”
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Conquerors survive double overtime Kentwood’s girls basketball team beats Lynnwood, earns trip to Hardwood Classic BY KRIS HILL email@example.com
Kentwood wasn’t ready for its season to end. In a wild finish in double overtime, Kentwood came away with the 61-60 win over Lynnwood in the regional round of the 4A girls state basketball tournament Feb. 22 at Jackson High in Mill Creek. Kentwood senior Kylee Ashley said a close loss to top-ranked Mount Rainier late in the regular season prepared the Conquerors for the atmosphere and competition level of the state playoffs. “I think that’s one of the first times we stuck together and played as a team,” Ashley said. “I think that really helped us through all of these (playoff ) games.”
Ashley said that throughout the game the Conks’ ability to avoid negativity on the court helped them stay poised throughout the tight contest with the third-ranked Kate Kramer Royals. It was a back and forth contest between the Royals and the Conquerors from midway in the first quarter to the final buzzer. Kentwood had a narrow lead at the end of the first quarter, but Lynnwood took a threepoint lead on a Jasmin Edwards’ 3-pointer with 52.7 seconds left in the second period. Jasmin Edwards led all scorers at halftime with 10 points for Lynnwood while Kate Kramer and Sarah Toeaina had six each at the end of the second quarter. Lynnwood held onto that three-point edge at the end of the third quarter, thanks to a baseline drive by Jasmin Edwards to make it 40-37 with 18 seconds on the clock. Kentwood briefly had a lead when Jenny
Johnson drove baseline and scored to make it 43-42 with 4:21 left in the game. Down the stretch Johnson, Toeaina and Kate Kramer, pushed Kentwood Sarah Toeaina to the victory. Toeaina made a free throw with 13.9 seconds in regulation to tie it at 49-49. She scored five points in the first overtime period. She finished with 13 points, as did Kramer. With 15.6 seconds left in the second overtime, Johnson drained a pair of free throws to make it a 61-58 lead. Johnson led the Conks in scoring with 18 points. Mikayla Pivec took it to the hoop at the other end of the court with 3.6 seconds left on the clock to cut it to 61-60 for Lynnwood, but the Royals just ran out of time. Pivec chipped in 13 points for Lynnwood while Jasmin Edwards led all scorers with 23. Kentwood celebrated the victory, which knocked Lynnwood out and ensured the
Conks a trip to the Tacoma Dome. The key, Ashley explained, to Kentwood’s ability to manage the emotion of the frenetic game was the team’s attitude. “Just staying together and being strong,” Ashley said. “I didn’t hear a single negative thing. Keeping each other positive … I think that really helped us. There might have been little spurts where we got out a little out of hand, but we did a good job of calming ourselves down.” That approach should serve the team well now that it has reached the final eight. Kentwood plays Lake Stevens at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Tacoma Dome. Lake Stevens defeated Davis to earn its spot in the quarterfinals. Like Kentwood, Lake Stevens was eliminated in the regional round in 2012, when it lost to Skyview. Kentwood learned from last year’s experience, as well as everything the team has been through this year. “We need to stick together as a team and really make sure we stay positive on the court,” Ashley said.
PUBLIC NOTICES EPA Wants Your Input for the Review of the Western Processing Superfund Site Cleanup in Kent The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is preparing the fifth Five-Year Review of the Western Processing Superfund Site cleanup in Kent, Washington. Located in an industrialized portion of the Kent Valley, the 13-acre site contained wastes from electroplating and steel mill operations. Contaminants at the site included organic compounds and heavy metals. The EPA began cleaning up this site in 1983. The initial cleanup included: x x x x x
Removing contaminated soil and sediment. Controlling storm water. Extracting and treating groundwater. Capping contaminated areas left in place. Building a slurry wall around the site to keep pollutants from moving to cleaner areas.
In 1997, a new computer-controlled extraction and treatment system was installed within the slurry wall to improve treatment efficiencies. This FiveYear Review, due for completion in July 2013, examines whether the cleanup at this site continues to protect people and the environment. You can find more information about this site at http://go.usa.gov/4FGk
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ASSESSMENT INSTALLMENT NOTICE LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT #358 CITY OF KENT Construction of curbs, gutters, sidewalks, driveways, storm drains, retaining walls, street illumination, landscaping, slope protection, underground power and necessary appurtenances relating to the overall project of the addition of high occupancy vehicle lanes on Pacific Highway South from Kent-Des Moines Road to South 252nd Street, as provided by Ordinance No. 3717. Notice is hereby given that the eighth (8th) installment of the assessment levied for the above named improvement, comprising Local Improvement District No. 358 under Ordinance 3734, is now due and payable and unless payment is made on or before March 14, 2013, said installment will be delinquent, will have a penalty of nine point five (9.5) percent added, and the collection of such delinquent installment will be enforced in the manner prescribed by law. Dated this 14 day of February 2013. R. J. Nachlinger Finance Director City of Kent, Washington Published in the Kent Reporter February 22, 2013 & March 1, 2013. #736282. Superior Court of Washington County of King In re the Estate of: Alvin Lockwood Deceased No. 13-4-00912-6KNT NOTICE TO CREDITORS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: King County Superior Court has appointed Joshua Lockwood Personal Representative/Administrator of Decedent’s estate. Any person having a claim against Decedent must present the claim: Before the time when the claim would be barred by any applicable statute of limitations, and In the manner provided in RCW 11.40.070: By filing with the foregoing Court the original of the signed Creditors Claim and By serving upon or mailing by
first class mail to me at the address provided below a copy of the signed Creditors Claim. The Creditors Claim must be presented by the LATER to occur if: Thirty (30) Days after I served or mailed this Notice to you as provided in RCW 11.40.020 (3), or Four (4) Months after the date of first publication of this Notice. If the Creditor’s Claim is not presented within the foregoing time period, the claim will be forever barred except as provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective for claims against both the Decedent’s probate and non-probate assets. Date of first publication: February 15, 2013 PATRICK HANIS of Hanis Irvine Prothero Attorney for Personal Represtnetative 6703 So 234th St, Ste 300 Kent, WA 98032 Published in the Kent Reporter on February 15, 2013, February 22, 2013 and March 1, 2013. #740307 2013-0081 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Hearing Examiner for the King County Council will meet in the Ginger Room on the 12th floor of the King County Courthouse, 516 Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday, March 13th, 2013, at the time listed, or as soon thereafter as possible, to consider applications for classification and real property assessment under Current Use Assessment Statute RCW 84.34, all listed hereafter; 1:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible. 2013-0081 - E12CT036 – Wes Deti for property located at 29115 176th Avenue SE, Kent, WA 98042; STR: NE-01-21-05; SIZE: 7.09 acres; REQUEST: Public Benefit Rating System; Tax #012105-9002. Details are available from the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Rural and Regional Services Section, 201 South Jackson Street, Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98104;
Phone (206) 296-8351. Dated at Seattle, Washington, This 1st Day of March 2013. Anne Noris Clerk of the Council Metropolitan King County Council King County, Washington Published in the Kent Reporter on March 1, 2013. #742379. CITY OF KENT PUBLIC NOTICE SEPA THRESHOLD DETERMINATION Pursuant to KCC 11.03, Environmental Policy, the City of Kent has issued a mitigated threshold determination for the following: Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) for: WELCOME HOME CENTER – PHASE II ENV-2012-26, #RPSW-2122825 The applicant proposes to construct an 18,427 square foot three-story transitional housing building for individuals recovering from chemical dependency and a 2,400 square foot singlestory accessory wood shop on a .85 acre site. The site is located immediately adjacent to and west of the applicant’s two existing buildings which are on separate parcels. There are no known sensitive areas on or near the site; however, a portion of this site is within the 100 year flood plain. The proposed use requires conditional use permit approval by the Kent Hearing Examiner. The property is located at 943 Central Avenue North, identified as King County tax parcel number 1322049057, and is zoned M2, Limited Industrial. Comments are due for the above project by 4:30 p.m., March 15, 2013, to City of Kent Planning Services. For more information, contact Kent Planning Services at 220 Fourth Avenue S., Kent, WA 98032, Telephone: (253) 856-5454. Any person requiring a disability accommodation
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PUBLIC NOTICES NUMBER: BRISCOE-DESIMONE LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS SEPA Checklist #ENV-2013-3 (#RPSW-2130616) Shoreline Substantial Development #SMA-2013-2 (#RPSP-2130617) Shoreline Conditional Use Permit #SMC-2013-1 (#RPP3-2130618) PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The City of Kent Public Works Department proposes to install a structural steel sheet pile wall at the back of the existing levee slope to act as a secondary levee to reduce flood risk to the cities of Kent, Tukwila and Renton. The proposed flood wall will provide a minimum of 3 feet of freeboard above the predicted 500-year flood event in order to meet FEMA accreditation requirements. The flood wall will be constructed in four segments (â€œreachesâ€?) along the east bank of the Green River, between South 200th Street and South 180th Street. The northernmost segment (â€œReach 1â€?) and a small piece of Reach 2 are located within the City of Tukwila. The City of Kent is acting as SEPA lead agency for both projects, but separate shoreline permits will be submitted to Tukwila. The sheet piles will be installed using vibratory equipment (but no impact hammers) and will be between 23 and 64 feet deep, depending on location. The above-ground portion of the wall will resemble concrete block and will range from 8 feet to 13 feet
Continued from previous page should contact the City for more information. For TDD relay service, call 1-800-833-6388 or the City of Kent at (253) 856-5725. Charlene Anderson, Responsible Official Dated: March 1, 2013 Published in the Kent Reporter on March 1, 2013. #746593.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION and Proposed Determination of Nonsignificance Project permit applications were filed with City of Kent Planning Services on February 22, 2013. The City of Kent expects to issue a Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) for the proposal and the Optional DNS Process is being used. This may be the only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of the proposal and associated mitigation measures. The proposal may include mitigation measures under applicable codes, and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regardless of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination for the specific proposal may be obtained upon request. Following is a description of the application and the process for review. The application and listed studies may be reviewed at the offices of Kent Planning Services, 400 W. Gowe Street, Kent, WA. APPLICATION NAME/
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220 4th Avenue South, Kent, WA 98032. Please be advised this meeting date is subject to change. Please call to verify time and date at least a week before the scheduled meeting. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: March 1, 2013 â€“ April 1, 2013 All persons may comment on this application. Comments must be in writing and received in the Kent Planning Division by 4:30 P.M., Friday, April 1, 2013, at 220 4th Avenue South, Kent WA 98032. For questions regarding this project, please contact Erin George, AICP, Senior Planner at (253) 856-5454. PROPOSED MITIGATION MEASURES: None DATED: March 1, 2013 Published in the Kent Reporter on March 1, 2013. #746614.
the District in the principal amount of $106,000,000 (the â€œBondsâ€?), including interest earnings thereon. The District desires to reallocate such proceeds to other capital improvements to safety and security projects to its education facilities. Pursuant to RCW 28A.530.020, a public hearing has been set for 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, at the Districtâ€™s administrative offices, located at 12033 SE 256th Street, Kent, Washington, at which time and place the Board of Directors of the District (the â€œBoardâ€?) will conduct a public hearing on the Reallocated Proceeds. All people who desire to comment on the Reallocated Proceeds may appear at such hearing and be heard. The Board will determine whether to authorize the Reallocated Proceeds at a subsequent meeting. This Notice is provided pursuant to and in accordance with RCW 28A.530.020. A draft of the proposed resolution authorizing the Reallocated Proceeds is available for review at the Districtâ€™s administrative offices prior to the public hearing. KENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 415 King County, Washington Dr. Edward Lee Vargas Secretary to the Board of Directors Published in Kent, Covington/ Maple Valley/Black Diamond Reporters on March 1, 2013 and March 8, 2013.#746666.
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EASTHILL MASSAGE CLINIC
VOTED #1 IN 2011
Assisted Living for Active Adults 253-850-0333 Kent: 253-850-0333 112 Kennebeck Ave N 112 Ave. N. Kent, WA 98030 Kent,Kennebeck WA 98030 464393
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Serving the animal community since 1970
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FOR 21 YEARS OF CONTINUED SUPPORT!
25955 104th Ave SE Kent, WA 98030
Mon - Sat: 10am - 10pm Sun: 10am - 9pm 742097
253-630-5980 13121 SE Kent Kangley Rd #105, Kent WA 98030
(corner of 132nd Ave SE and Kent Kangley)
FOR NOMINATING US
BEST AUTOMOTIVE in KENT
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Most insurances accepted Car accidents and work injuries also accepted
10218 SE 240th St
10803 SE Kent-Kangley Rd. Kent
Best of Kent Finalist 2012 741694
Complimentary Ice Cream
216 Washington Ave S
Serving the Community since 1992
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Restaurants RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
Open 7 Days a Week #SFBLGBTUt-VODIt%JOOFS Voted Best Family Restaurant 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012!!
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BEST OF KENT FINALIST 4 Years in a Row!
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25633 102nd Place SE Kent WA 98031
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253 852 2904
Across from IKEA
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BEST SALON IN 2012!
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Italian Restaurant 23910 104th Avenue SE Kent, WA
8009 S. 180th St., Suite 104
Clearvue Vision Center
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Adorable Dogs Dog Grooming
24121 116th Ave. SE Kent, WA 98030 www.arborvillage.us
The Care Your Pet Deserves!
Best Eye Care and Eyewear in Kent
KENT, WA 98032
CORNER OF 4TH & W. GOWE
Kellyâ€™s Gift Boutique
124 4TH AVE. S,
The Difference Between Living and Living Well.
VOTED BEST COFFEE SHOP IN 2010, 2011, & 2012!!
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