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Chris Crandall goes up for a shot Thursday in the Sumner/Bonney Lake Special Olympics basketball Pack The Gym event. Daniel Daily, top right, works through the Franklin Pierce pressure and Brandon Surprenant warms up with peer coach Brittany McKern. Photo by Dennis Box

Sumner School District’s Board of Directors voted unanimously Feb. 27 to hire Sara Johnson as the next superintendent. She is currently the assistant superintendent at the Lincoln County School District in Oregon. When Johnson begins work July 1 — pending contract negotiations, according to a district press release — it will end the hiring process that began in May 2012. “Sumner School District is one of Washington’s outstanding school districts, and I am honored and excited to be selected as the next superintendent,” Johnson said Friday. “I am very much looking forward to working together with the community and educators of (the district) to ensure the best possible education for all of our students.” In May, the school board hired education consultant Lee Goeke to develop a superintendent

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Two assistant police Rhubarb Pie Capital in print chiefs sworn in By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

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ular City Council meeting and attended by police both in and outside Bonney Lake Bonney Lake officers Police Department, Kurt Alfano and including Chief James Keller were Brad Moericke of Bonney both sworn in to Sumner. The swearthe office of assising in was immetant chief of police diately followed by Feb. 26. a brief adjournment The swearing in for congratulations and ceremony, presided over refreshments. by municipal Judge Ron Alfano’s and Keller’s proHeslop, was held at the beginning of the city’s regSee CHIEF, Page 3 Staff Writer

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ongtime Sumner residents are well familiar with the town’s 150-plus year history — if not in detail, then through family and word-of-mouth passage. But the story of the Rhubarb Pie Capital will soon be widely available in print, chronicled in an upcoming installment of Arcadia Publishing’s “Images of America” series. And anyone with a photo from bygone days is invited to contribute. The city government’s communication director, Carmen Palmer, has been tasked with compiling the old photographs

— and the stories behind them — before they move on to Arcadia. “What’s really fun is hearing the stories of different people in Sumner,” Palmer said. “Their family stories, together, of course, make up Sumner’s story.

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chiefs FROM 1 motion — which occurred Feb. 16, but was made official at the meeting —  marks the first time the city police department has had a permanent assistant chief since Dana Powers was promoted from assistant to interim chief in September 2011. However, Alfano had been made acting assistant during that period. “All I can say is thank you so much to the city, the council and our staff for seeing the need for these positions,” Powers said shortly after the ceremony. “With the direction our department is going to go, we have some great assistant chiefs to lead us into the future ... and a possible future police chief. I extremely appreciate the support from the council, the staff again, the families and our department.” The decision to appoint two assistant chiefs, rather than one, was influenced by the suggestions of a 2005 study of the department, Powers said in an interview Thursday. The study found that communication from command to sergeants to officers would likely be improved with two lieutenants under the chief at the command level. “Our goal was always to move in that direction,” Powers said, but circumstances of command turnover and budget prevented the issue from being seriously considered until recently. But once Powers’ interim chief position was made permanent in late 2012, and once the 2012 fiscal year ended, the restructuring could begin in earnest. “There was improvement over the last year, and this became something we could implement,” Powers said. “We had the police department, the mayor, city council, the city administrator and human resourc-

Wednesday, March 6, 2013 • The BONNEY LAKE & Sumner Courier-Herald • Page 3 es working together to make (the dual assistant positions) happen. “The workload on the command side of the department is traditionally a chief and lieutenant. And in years when we had a smaller 12-man department, that worked out well. Now, the second-in-command position changed from captain in, maybe, 1995 to lieutenant. Then lieutenant changed to assistant chief, though the duties were the same. And now we have a department of 30 — actually, 29 at the moment — that outgrew our old system.” Once the dual-assistant system was worked out with human resources, the department solicited its sergeants for letters of interest. Five submitted letters, and their resumes and accomplishments were reviewed. “The chemistry of everybody involved was an important consideration,” Powers said. “That’s the hard part of being chief: I had five really good candidates to work from, chemistry and communication-wise, who worked really well together. Not just with us, and with sergeants and officers, but with the city so we can be transparent to the public. That’s key: we’re not just this silo of a police department, we’re part of the city of Bonney Lake. Sergeants Alfano and Keller were chosen for their communication, chemistry and work ethic. “That’s not to diminish what the other candidates brought to the table. The hardest part of being chief is making those decisions with personnel, and making sure those who weren’t picked don’t think it says something about them. We need to have the right people in the right places and make sure everybody else has the same goal: we are the guardians of Bonney Lake.” Powers was excited for the future of the department under the new command structure, she said.

Ryan Morgan practices his swing on the Sumner Meadows Links golf course Feb. 26. Sumner’s City Council held a public hearing Feb. 25 regarding declaring the course as surplus for sale. The vote to declare the course surplus was held Monday after press time, but the council had already authorized the mayor to sell the course, as well as authorizing a broker; so the housekeeping measure was expected to pass handily. Photo by Daniel Nash

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down and return to the assistant superinFROM 1 tendent role. “Superintendent Craig Spencer has done an outstanding job as interim superintencandidate model, formed from survey dent and I look forward to our transition responses by more than 800 students, stu- as we focus on the next steps for reachdent families, staff and other community ing peak performance,” Johnson said. “My members regarding the district’s values skills, experience and education and direction. The data was furcenter around leading for excellence ther refined into a model by focus in teaching and learning and I am groups. excited to begin my service.” The final model placed a high Spencer has led the district since value on a traditional career path Gil Mendoza’s departure at the end from teacher to building adminisof June 2011. tration to district administration. From March 13 through March Johnson was among 11 candiSara Hohnson 15, Johnson will visit from Oregon dates who met the model’s criteria, to finalize her contract and tour culled from 32 applicants total. Sumner School District’s campuses With Johnson’s arrival, interim and classrooms. Superintendent Craig Spencer will step

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History of the WSU Forest, Part 1: The Big Wind

It is February 17 when I write this. I have been working in the basement, going through boxes we stored there when we moved in a year and a half ago. I came across a 1987 map distributed by the Puyallup Valley/ Eastern Pierce County ChamCarter’s ber of ComCommunity merce. There is no Sky Island, no Panorama Heights, or Laurie Carter Willowbrook, Columnist or Brookside, or Naches Terrace either. In fact, there was very little of the city that was south of state Route 410. The only businesses were in the area where Fred Meyer is now. And Safeway was there. South of 410 there was a small section of 192nd, 184th loop and the triangle where Milotte Springs and the Ascent Gateway are were in the city limits. Werley’s Corner and Bowens Auto Wrecking were not in the city yet. Albertson’s bought that corner in 2000 and built the now closed grocery store. This will be discussed more in Part Three. See carter, Page 6

Letter to the Editor Parks Are an Important Part of a Healthy Community

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“Where we live, learn, work, and play can have a greater impact on how long and how well we live than medical care.” I recently came across this claim in a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report and it caused me to think about the importance of Bonney Lake’s Metropolitan Park District (MPD) measure in an entirely new way. Easy and ready access to parks, trails and recreation facilities make a real difference in the level of physical activity for all age groups. A recent study by Dr. Brian Saelens with the Seattle Children’s Research Institute at the University of Washington focused on what types of things make communities more conducive to being physically active. For adults, the most frequent form of physical activity, nearly 60 percent, was walking

and the single factor most likely to influence the amount of walking was whether there was a safe and pleasant place for walking in the community. For kids their immediate neighborhood and outdoor parks, playgrounds and sports fields were the environments where they engaged in physically active play. Dr. Saelens then looked at child obesity rates based on two factors; the type of neighborhood and nutritious eating. He found that living in a neighborhood with safe and available places for outdoor play had an even greater determination on childhood obesity rates than access to nutritious foods. Of course, the lowest rates of obesity were found where kids had both safe places for outdoor play and a nutritious diet. The 17,000 plus residents of Bonney Lake currently have about 52 acres of developed park lands and zero miles of trails. According to the National Recreation and Parks Association, a

city our size should have at least 134 more acres of developed parks and 6.2 miles of trails to adequately serve our population. Obviously, we have some catching up to do. If our society is going to be successful in reversing the epidemic of obesity among both adults and children, it will require changing our communities and making them into places friendly for being physically active. Driving down rates of obesity is critical as it is a cause of diabetes and heart disease and other chronic conditions that are the prime drivers of our staggering medical care costs. A YES vote for establishing a MPD is a big step towards making Bonney Lake a healthier and more attractive place to live. It is also an investment that will pay off in the form of better health and less costly medical bills down the road. Terry R Reid Bonney Lake

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Togetherness – even if it’s only once a year By Gretchen Leigh

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Two Sundays ago, I sat with my husband and watched the Daytona 500; it’s NASCAR’s Superbowl. But except for watching the Olympics, I’m not a sports fan. I feel fortunate my husband isn’t a football/baseball/basketball/soccer fan and the Daytona 500 is only once a year. After both of us took care of his mother at different times earlier that week and helped our youngest daughter reorganize her room, I felt like I hadn’t spent any time with him. So I promised I’d leave him

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alone to watch the race if he would stay home instead of meeting friends somewhere; at least he’d physically be here for those hours. He suggested I watch it with him. I thought, “Yeah, right,” in the utmost sarcastic way and told him he could yell results from the family room into the computer room as I sat scrapbooking. He understands watching cars go around in left circles doesn’t really do anything for me in terms of entertainment value. I understand one of the reasons my husband likes to watch the race with his friends is not because he wants to be away from his

family, but because he wants to talk about what is going on as it’s happening. On the other hand, I have a philosophy about most sporting events that could potentially anger sports fans who spend many a Sunday watching: only the last five minutes are necessary. Everything happens in the last five minutes: you find out the winner; if they have to do something crazy to win, it happens then; the worst crashes, most exciting plays and suspenseful moments are because of the stress of the last five minutes, whether it’s racing or football. If you missed a really good play earlier in the match/game/race, it will be replayed ten times over before the day ends. But knowing my husband needed to talk about the race while it was on, I decided to try and see if I could write my column while watching the race with him. I didn’t really need to pay attention because my husband would provide the commentary, but could I focus enough to write? Turns out I can. I wrote this column all while watching the race. Besides a couple of crashes, which were immediately replayed,

it did turn out the last five minutes were the most important. The winner was pretty far ahead, but the second and third place racers were passed in the last lap and came in sixth and eighth. The whole lineup changed in not only the last five minutes, but the last minute. Even so, for many things in life, it’s the journey that counts. For sports fans, it’s the journey of the whole: watching with friends, yelling at the TV, drinking beer, eating food only pulled out for sporting events, seeing the plays in real time. For me it did turn out to be the journey, the one where I hung out with my husband and watched a whole race while writing. I’m still glad it’s only once a year; but maybe, if it was every weekend, I could write a complete novel. Gretchen Leigh is a stay-at-home mom who lives in Covington. She is committed to watching the Daytona 500 with her husband next year. You can read more of her writing and her daily blog on her website livingwithgleigh.com or “like” Living with Gleigh on Facebook.

It’s a tricky path when adoptees seek birth parents Special occasions like Mothers Day and Fathers Day can be bittersweet for a person who has been adopted. He or she may be very close with adopted parents but always harbor questions and “what ifs” about birth parents. Searching for a birth parent doesn’t negate the love one feels for adoptive parents. Oftentimes, it just serves to answer questions about heredity and satisfy curiosity. There are no concrete statistics regarding how many adopted children seek out their birth fathers and mothers. However, many are curious about why they were given up for adoption and if there are any family medical issues they should know about. Depending on the type of adoption that took place, it may be possible for individuals to research and find birth parents.

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carter FROM 4 So there it is on the map. A big triangle bordered by SR 410, 214th and South Prairie Road. A grand, 150-acre forest right in the middle of the city. It was then and still is known by the locals as the WSU forest. Yes, I know, it is called Midtown Park now. But this will be discussed further in Part 3. In 1941, Weyerhaeuser

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as offering programs to institutions and corporations. In November 2004, AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps joined the WSU 4-H Demonstration Forest crew. Their original goal was to make the challenge course safer by constructing a perimeter trail around the forest. Community members who were regularly using the forest could endanger themselves or participants of the challenge course by

youth classroom in a modular building, a covered picnic shed and a caretaker’s home in the forest in addition to the 4-H Challenge Course. The course was zip lines, climbing up trees to platforms, rope bridges and trails throughout the forest. It was a place to use climbing techniques loggers might use for team building activities. Vickie McCarley was the on-site director of the program. It served youth groups from Seattle to Olympia as well

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inadvertently getting in the Wright from the Audubon way. The focus was changed Society agreed to conduct to the four challenge cours- the bird count. He said es when it became known in an email weeks earlier that WSU intended to sell planning the event, “Hopefully it won’t be too windy, the property. It was also in 2004 when which really cuts down on WSU offered to deed the bird activity.” On Friday, Feb. 17, 2006 land back to Weyerhaeuser. This did not sit well an unusually strong wind with residents on the Bon- did come from the northney Lake Plateau. There east. From the Courierwas a protest, covered by Herald, this is an account the press, complete with of what happened at the marchers carrying signs, WSU forest. The morning the storm circling the WSU Forest. Then council members hit, McCarley had a group Cheryle Noble and Phil of Sumner High School DeLeo helped organize the students in the forest for protest. In an email pro- an educational program, moting the event, Noble about 16 including staff. As the winds increased wrote, “Bonney Lake residents accuse Weyerhaeus- to more than 60 mph, Mcer of poor stewardship of Carley and her staff began public resources and de- an evacuation. “Things were not soundstroying public trust by not seeking their input about ing right,” McCarley said. major land-use decisions “But the kids managed themselves very well and that directly affect them.” “This deal has surprised no one was hurt.” As the group was preparus,” DeLeo said. “WSU is ing to leave, the state unia tree came versity and In exchange for the as such, the deed (to the forest), the down in the parking lot people of the university received a blocking the state have an road. One of interest. The $24 million donation. the parents use of this who hapforest is as vital as anything else they pened to come to the site as plan to do with the mon- the storm hit, had a chain saw. He cut the log, allowey.” A public disclosure re- ing the group to escape. However, McCarley quest showed that in exchange for the deed, the stayed behind, trying to university would receive a pack out the group’s food. large donation, estimated Another tree fell, blocking to be $24 million, from her escape again from the Weyerhaeuser following parking lot, but she was able to drive out on a back the sale of the land. So, the city of Bonney route to safety. “It was the first time I Lake began finding ways to save the WSU Forest. De- have been uncomfortable Leo actively pursued build- in the forest,” McCarley ing a BMX bike track. Then said. “It was definitely not Pierce County Councilman a safe place.” According to McCarley, Shawn Bunney committed $5,000 of county money to the reason so many trees went down this time is bethe project. Other potential activi- cause the wind came from ties discussed for the forest the northeast. Strong winds included a dog park for use in Bonney Lake often come by 4-H Dog Clubs to train from the southwest. “Trees develop strength dogs and teach respect for animals; a three-mile na- on natural wind patterns,” ture trail that could also McCarley said. “The trees be used for cross-country weren’t used to being hit by track meets and an out- strong winds coming from door theater for plays and that side and a lot of trees concerts. The next step was came down.” The forest has been a to get approval from WSU. There were some work controversial subject in the groups that began work on area because Quadrant, a these endeavors and the property development subcross country track team sidiary of the Weyerhaeusdid use the wooded trails. er Company, submitted People walked their dogs a rezone request last year (2005) and plans to build on the trails. On Feb. 18, 2006, there a housing development on was an Audubon Great the property. The property is currently Backyard Bird Count scheduled to take place at the WSU forest. Charlie See WSU, Page 12


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Mother and daughter’s candy is just dandy By Theresa De Lay Staff Writer

Karen Kralovic and her daughter, Kerry Langel, are serving up sweets at 1002 Main Street. Ciarrai Jeanne Confections caters to the nostalgic sweet tooth; mimicking an old time candy shop, it’s complete with swirly pops, jars of “penny” candy and vintage family photographs. The mot her-daughter duo unveiled Ciarrai Jeanne Confections Jan. 29, but the spurof-the-moment business decision has an inception that goes back much further than that. Inspired by the work of her late great aunt, Sophia Gerkensmeyer, Kralovic said that candy is more than a treat; it’s a part of her family history. Kralovic traveled often during her childhood. Her father was in the army and consequently, they lived in many places including Germany, Holland and Japan.

RHUBARB FROM 1 “While it’s fun to see the changing styles and buildings, the really striking thing is what has not changed. There’s still a train station in the same place even though the trains are now Sounders instead of steam. And in 1922, Sumner High School students were pasting pictures in their yearbook instead of posting them on Facebook. But they still were

As a respite from their wellloved travels, Great Aunt Sophia’s home in Spokane remained a favorite place where they always returned. The quality time they spent there involved frolicking outdoors and tasting treasures from the kitchen. Great Aunt Sophia began making candy as a 17-year-old girl at the Tru Blu Biscuit and Chocolate Factory in 1914. She didn’t stop until she was 99 years old. Along the way, she founded the Spokane-based candy company, Bruttles. She developed a soft peanut butter brittle for a customer that had trouble chewing traditional peanut brittle, due to her dentures. To this day, the recipe continues to be one of Bruttles’ most unique and beloved confections. To keep the memory of Great Aunt Sophia alive, Bruttles is one of the candy companies that are sold at Ciarrai Jeanne Confections. The displayed old time photos show Great Aunt

joking with their friends and dreaming about their futures.” That fact is plain in photographs like the one taken from Lucille Merritt’s Class of 1922 yearbook for Sumner High School. Pacific Northwest novelist Chuck Palahniuk once wrote that old pictures are a showcase of faces that have disappeared from subsequent generations. Merritt’s photo is the counterpoint to that statement. Look past the black-and-white and the

Sophia and other family members in their heyday. Kralovic hopes to feature many more local companies that carry the same passion as Bruttles. In fact, a large portion of the inventory in Ciarrai Jeanne is already sourced from regional confectioners. There is also a section of the shop which caters to international sweets. When her father’s army career carried them to Japan, Kralovic fell in love with Okinawa. Reminiscent of the teenage years she spent there, Kralovic said that her personal favorites are the Japanese candies. “Japan was such a big part of me that I wanted to bring it here,” she said. Ciarrai Jeanne Confections is a venture rooted deeply in history and tradition. According to Kralovic, the word “Ciarrai” is an Irish version of her own nickname and also the name of her daughter, Kerry. The excitement of opening a

attire, not to mention the horse, and you’ll discover the same usual suspects as today: the demure girl, the serious girl, the chipper girl, the class clown mugging from his unconventional seat inside a barrel. There’s even an early example of “photo bombing” by a boy off in the background. The sets and costumes may have changed, but the actors are the same. Another photo, submitted by Robert Bernard, depicts 142nd Avenue farmer George Barnum Sr. with his infant

Karen Kralovic and daughter Kerry Langel opened Ciarrai Jeanne Confections on downtown Main Street Jan. 29. Photo by Daniel Nash candy shop with her daughter was only heightened by thoughts of the future. Kralovic and Langel hope to unveil a commercial kitchen within five years. When asked about her voy-

namesake son. George Sr. had put World War I behind him four years prior. George Jr. was more than two decades away from service in World War II and imprisonment in a German POW camp. But in that moment he was just a care-free babe in his father’s arm, fascinated by the curvature of the small jar held in front of him. Both men made their homes and livings in Sumner. George Jr. passed away last year, having lived into his 90s. Downtown Main Street

age from young candy taster to candy shop owner – and eventually candy maker – Kralovic described her pleasure as simply as she could. “I’m like a kid in a candy shop,” she said.

looked remarkably different in a photo submitted by Hammermaster Law Offices. Every car a thinwheeled buggy on a laneless road, every man and boy in a dapper cap. A single tree in the background towered over all, its thick leafy growth extending more than halfway over the road. But most of the buildings still stand today. Perhaps the most significant thing to come out of the photo collection process has been the rediscovery of

places once thought to be lost from the record. “We finally have a picture of Sumner’s train station from the 1900s,” Palmer said. Every book in the “Images of America” local history series features more than 200 photos —  so there is still a need for submitted materials, and a chance to contribute to local recorded history. Photos can be left at City Hall, on 1104 Maple St., by care of Palmer.

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To keep these gloves waterproof be sure to cut and file any long fingernails that could poke through the thin, rubber coating. Waterproof footwear is the next important piece of the wardrobe. If you’ll be working on any type of slope invest in hiking boots with laces. Garden clogs or muck boots are fine for small, level yards. A waterproof kneeling pad is the third piece of equipment and you can improvise by using an old shower curtain or oilcloth tablecloth folded into a rectangle. If you’ll be doing a lot of kneeling, then a pair of knee pads or waterproof gardening chaps with padded knees may be the most practical fashion accessory you’ll ever buy.

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A five-gallon bucket, wheelbarrow or my personal favorite, a tarp or old bed sheet, are all practical places to store your weeds and debris. I like to spread a tarp out flat on the lawn in front of the bed that needs cleaning. Then I can simply toss weeds, leaves and sliced up slugs over my shoulder

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The secret to less work is more plants. Nature abhors a vacuum so any naked soil will soon sprout weeds. If there is a lot of space in your beds after cleaning out the weeds and debris consider adding more perennials, annuals, shrubs, groundcovers, even placing pots in the beds and adding another level of color. Local nurseries and garden centers offer hellebores, pansies and early-blooming bulbs to pop right into the ground for instant color and also perennials and groundcovers to plant now for displays later in the season.

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Early spring is the time to research, explore and learn more about what plants will do best in the different areas of your garden. Placing the right plant in the right place solves a multitude of garden problems and means less maintenance for years to come. A newly cleaned bed that holds healthy evergreens, trees or flowering shrubs is like a room with great architecture, waiting for the comforting textures and bling of more blooms. Take a photo or make notes on the color of the existing foliage plants, the amount of sun or shade and the condition of the soil. Then make this the spring of your inspired content by searching out the right accessory plants to highlight the open space in your freshlymade beds. • • • Marianne Binetti is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and other books. Contact her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her website, www.binettigarden.com. Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.


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Chris Maez at bat against Eatonville April 10, 2012. The Spartans are a young team with postseason experience after going to the final four in the 2012 state tournament. Photo Courtesy of Dana Powers

The Spartans are back between the lines as the baseball season kicks into gear. Sumner has qualified for the state games for three years and coach Casey Adcox has plans for a fourth run at the top. Last season the Spartans took fourth in the South Puget Sound League 2A, second in the district tournament and fourth in state. It was the first semifinal state finish in the school’s history. In 2010 the team reached the final sixteen, in 2011 the final eight and 2012 the final four. Adcox said last year the team started two freshman and four sophomores during the second half of the season, which means the Spartans are still young but experienced in postseason competition.

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Panthers gearing Spartans determined up for SPSL season to make it to Yakima By Dennis Box Editor

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The Bonney Lake girls fastpitch team is swinging the bats and running bases as the South Puget Sound League 3A season begins. The Panthers took fourth in the league last season and made the state quarterfinal tournament. Coach Andy Sage said by email the team will be a “solid and a well rounded group.” Returning to the roster are four seniors including Kali Patterson, Kayla Wells, Bailey Ahern and Chantay Courneya. Returning to the pitching position is Melissa Charron, a junior, Hannah Anderson, a junior catcher. The Panthers will host Sumner at 3 p.m.

The Sumner fastpitch girls are back on the field and ready for more success. The Spartans finished third in the South Puget Sound League 2A and sixth in the district tournament, missing state by one slim game. Coach Kristin Crawley said by email the “girls are determined to make it to the Yakima this year.” Returning for the Spartans include Allie Sims, a senior and the 2012 SPSL pitcher of the year, Cassidy Sargent, a senior and a 2012 second team all-league outfielder and junior Amanda Haines catcher and allleague honorable mention. New on the roster are

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StateWaste Discharge General Permit City of Bonney Lake, 8720 Main Street, Bonney Lake, WA 98391-0944, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Depar tment of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, Fennel Creek Trail is located at within portions of section 9, Township 19 North, Range 5 East, W.M. in Bonney Lake, in Pierce (County). This project involves 1.5 acres of soil disturbance for pedestrian trail construction activities. Stormwater will be discharged to Fennel Creek and ground water. 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 # 462190 3/6/13, 3/13/13

amending the Environmental Protection Code – Title 16 BLMC by adopting of new landscaping standards and repealing the existing landscaping standards. Lead Agency: City of Bonney Lake. Environmental Determination: The City of Bonney Lake Responsible SEPA Official has determined that the above described proposal is not anticipated to create significant adverse environmental impacts requiring the preparation of an environmental impact statement and has issued a Determination of Non-significance pursuant to WAC 197-11-340. This DNS shall become final and e f fe c t i ve, p r ov i d e d a proper and complete appeal has not been filed, on April 4, 2013. Written comments concerning the DNS must be submitted to the City of Bonney Lake Community Development Department at 9002 Main Street East, Suite 300, B o n n ey L a ke WA , by 5:00 p.m., March 20, 2013. Comments should discuss specific environmental issues associated with this proposal and identify how the DNS does or does not address those issues. Environmental Documentation: The following environmental docum e n t s we r e p r ov i d e d with the submittal: SEPA Environmental Checklist. Public Comment: The public has the right to review contents of the official file for the proposal, p r ov i d e w r i t t e n c o m ments, participate in the public hear ings/meetings, and request a copy of the final decision. The application and any related documents are available for public review during normal business hours at the City of Bonney Lake Community Development Department, at 9002 Main Street East, Suite 300 Bonney Lake, WA. Written comments are also encouraged and will be accepted for consideration if filed with the Planning, Building, and Public Works Department on o r b e fo r e M a r c h 2 0 , 2013. Staff Contact: Jason Sullivan, Senior Planner; phone (253) 447-4355; email address sullivanj@ci.bonneylake.wa.us. # 462020 3/6/13 CITY OF BONNEY LAKE, WASHINGTON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND SEPA DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE BY DIRECTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION, CITY OF BONNEY LAKE, WASHINGTON, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Bonney Lake Planning Commission will convene a Public Heari n g a t 5 : 3 0 p. m . o n Wednesday, March 20, 2013, in the City Council Chambers at the Bonney Lake Justice and Municipal Building, 9002 Main Street E., Bonney Lake, Washington to receive public testimony on a proposed amendment to add a new chapter entitled “Map” to Title 18 BLMC – Zoning Code. Project Name: Adoption of Official Zoning Map Application Number: N/A Name of Applicant: City of Bonney Lake Site Location: City-wide Project Description: Ordinance D13-41

amending Title 18 BLMC – Zoning Code by adding a new chapter entitled “Map” which would officially adopt the City’s Zoning Map. No changes to the actual zoning classifications are included as part of this Ordinance. Lead Agency: City of Bonney Lake Environmental Determination: The City of Bonney Lake Responsible SEPA Official has determined that the above described proposal is not anticipated to create significant adverse environmental impacts requiring the preparation of an environmental impact statement and has issued a Determination of Non-significance pursuant to WAC 197-11-340. This DNS shall become final and e f fe c t i ve, p r ov i d e d a proper and complete appeal has not been filed, on April 4, 2013. Written comments concerning the DNS must be submitted to the City of Bonney Lake Community Development Department at 9002 Main Street East, Suite 300, B o n n ey L a ke WA , by 5:00 p.m., March 20, 2013. Comments should discuss specific environmental issues associated with this proposal and identify how the DNS does or does not address those issues. Environmental Documentation: The following environmental docum e n t s we r e p r ov i d e d with the submittal: SEPA Environmental Checklist. Public Comment: The public has the right to review contents of the official file for the proposal, p r ov i d e w r i t t e n c o m ments, participate in the public hear ings/meetings, and request a copy of the final decision. The application and any related documents are available for public review during normal business hours at the City of Bonney Lake Community Development Department, at 9002 Main Street East, Suite 300 Bonney Lake, WA. Written comments are also encouraged and will be accepted for consideration if filed with the Planning, Building, and Public Works Department on o r b e fo r e M a r c h 2 0 , 2013. Staff Contact: Jason Sullivan, Senior Planner; phone (253) 447-4355; email address sullivanj@ci.bonneylake.wa.us. # 462025 3/6/13 CITY OF BONNEY LAKE, WASHINGTON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY DIRECTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION, CITY OF BONNEY LAKE, WASHINGTON, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Bonney Lake Planning Commission will convene a Public Heari n g a t 5 : 3 0 p. m . o n Wednesday, March 20, 2013, in the City Council Chambers at the Bonney Lake Justice and Municipal Building, 9002 Main Street E., Bonney Lake, Washington to receive public testimony on a proposed amendment to the City’s Zoning Map. Project Name: Eastown Zoning Reclassification Application Number: N/A Name of Applicant: City of Bonney Lake Site Location: The zoning change affects the properties within the municipal boundaries of the

City of Bonney Lake that are located in northeast quar ter of Section 1, To w n s h i p 1 9 N o r t h , Range 5 and Section 2, To w n s h i p 2 0 N o r t h , Range 5 East, Willamette Meridian, Pierce County, WA.; except for those properties within the Clearwater PPD. Project Description: Ordinance D13-40 amending the Zoning Map to change the zoning classification from C2/C3 to Eastown for proper ties between 214th Avenue South and 234th Avenue South Lead Agency: City of Bonney Lake. Environmental Determination: the Bonney Lake Community Development Director acting as the SEPA responsible official adopted the existing Determination of Non-Significance related to the 2011 Comprehensive Plan Amendments which included the adoption of the Eastown deve l o p m e n t s t a n d a r d s and subarea plan to fulfill the requirements of SEPA pursuant to WAC 197-11- 600 adopted by reference by the City in BLMC 16.04.020. Environmental Documentation: The following environmental docum e n t s we r e p r ov i d e d with the submittal: SEPA Environmental Checklist and DNS for 2011 Comprehensive Plan dated July 11, 2011 and August 19, 2011. Public Comment: The public has the right to review contents of the official file for the proposal, p r ov i d e w r i t t e n c o m ments, participate in the public hear ings/meetings, and request a copy of the final decision. The application and any related documents are available for public review during normal business hours at the City of Bonney Lake Community Development Department, at 9002 Main Street East, Suite 300 Bonney Lake, WA. Written comments are also encouraged and will be accepted for consideration if filed with the Planning, Building, and Public Works Department on o r b e fo r e M a r c h 2 0 , 2013. Staff Contact: Jason Sullivan, Senior Planner; phone (253) 447-4355; email address sullivanj@ci.bonneylake.wa.us. # 462023 3/6/13 City of Enumclaw INVITATION TO BID Enumclaw Fieldhouse Window Restoration 1301 BID OPENING: March 2 9 , 2 0 1 3                     TIME: 11:00 a.m. N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that sealed bids for the City of Enumclaw Fieldhouse Window Restoration Project will be received at the City of Enumclaw at 1309 Myrtle Avenue, Enumclaw, Washington 98022 until 11:00 a.m. on March 29, 2013.  The scope includes selective demolition, window restoration and painting. Contractor must have employees on staff with prior experience restoring and painting wood windows. Bids will be opened, read, and tabulated imm e d i a t e l y f o l l o w i n g .  Proposals received after the time fixed for opening will not be considered.  Bids must be accompanied by a certified check or bond, payable to the City of Enumclaw of not less than 5% of the total bid.  Funding for

the project is provided by the City of Enumclaw. Bid documents are available for $30 at the address above or may be obtained for no charge in digital PDF for mat by submitting an e-mail req u e s t t o eshook@ci.enumclaw.wa.us.  Questions regarding the work may be directed to Erika S h o o k a t (360) 825-3593. # 461802 3/6/13

Public Notice Aubur n Commercial Proper ties, of Auburn, WA, is seeking coverage the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed 3.8 acre project, known as Western Trailers is located at 1827 132nd Ave East, Sumner, Pierce County, Washington. Approximately 3.8 acres of the site will be cleared and regraded for the construction of stormwater facilities, roads, utilities, sidewalks, and a 19,500sf sales and service building. Erosion and sedimentation control BMP’s will be employed to control emissions from the site during construction. There are no wetlands, streams or sensitive areas on this property. The proposed project will include construction of a stormwater detention and water quality facility located on the property. All stormwater runoff from this project will pass through this facility. After treatment the runoff will discharge to the downstream drainage system. The downstream drainage system consisting of open ditches and closed storm drain piping flows to Sotain Creek, then to the White River in Sumner, WA. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. (Dates of Publication in the Courier Herald February 27 and March 6, 2013.) Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 # 457862 2/27/13, 3/6/13 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of PHYLLIS AILEEN MURRAY, Deceased. Case No. 13-4-01062-1KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) BRIAN E. MURRAY has been appointed as Executor/ Personal Representative of this estate. A ny p e r s o n h av i n g a claim against the decedent that arose before t h e d e c e d e n t ’s d e a t h 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 u n d 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: February 15, 2013. Date of First Publication: February 27, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executor/ Personal Representative /s/ Brian E. Murray Executor/Personal Representative # 459073

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City of Bonney Lake Ordinance adopted February 26, 2013: AB13-35 – Ordinance 1451 [D13-35] - An Ordinance Of The City Council Of The City Of Bonney Lake, Pierce C o u n t y, Wa s h i n g t o n , Amending Chapter 5.14 of the Bonney Lake Municipal Code And The Corresponding Portions Of Ordinance No. 1235 (2007) Related To Permit Applications To Sell Fireworks. The full text of ordinances is available to view online at www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us or upon request to the City Clerk. # 461799 3/6/13 CITY OF BONNEY LAKE, WASHINGTON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND SEPA DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE BY DIRECTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION, CITY OF BONNEY LAKE, WASHINGTON, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Bonney Lake Planning Commission will convene a Public Heari n g a t 5 : 3 0 p. m . o n Wednesday, March 20, 2013, in the City Council Chambers at the Bonney Lake Justice and Municipal Building, 9002 Main Street E., Bonney Lake, Washington to receive public testimony on a proposed amendment to t h e C i t y ’s M u n i c i p a l Code Project Name: Landscaping Code Revisions Application Number: N/A Name of Applicant: City of Bonney Lake Site Location: Citywide. Project Description: Ordinance D12-149

CITY OF ENUMCLAW NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Permit Application Number: Master Number #13047. Description of Proposal: Highmark Homes LLC has submitted an application for preliminary plat alterations to Liberty Meadows Subdivision. The changes are as follows: a) construct an open detention/water quality pond in lieu of an underground combined detention and water quality vault; b) reduce the number of residential lots from 48 to 47; c) increase the size of the Stor mwater Detention Tract “A”; and d) mitigate the impacts on City park and recreation spaces by paying a fee instead of dedicating park land. Location of Proposal: The subject project is located at 445 Semanski Street (APN 2620069007). Dates: The original preliminar y plat was approved on: May 10, 2011. This application was submitted on: February 25, 2013. This application was deemed complete on: March 1, 2013. This notice was published on: March 6, 2013. Other Permits Required: In addition to preliminar y alteration and final plat approval, the applicant will need to secure from the City app r ova l o f e n g i n e e r e d grading and site plans and applicable building permits. State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA): The City, as lead agency, issued a mitigated determination of non-significance (MDNS) for this project on October 27, 2010. Public Hearing and Comment Period: On Wednesday March 20, 2013 at 5:30 p.m., the Hear ing Examiner for the City of Enumclaw will hold a public hearing on this proposal at the City Hall Council Chambers located at 1339 Griffin Avenue. Wr itten comments may be submitted to the Depar tment of C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment prior to the date of the hearing. Written materials may be submitted and oral testimony given at the public hearing. P u bl i c Pa r t i c i p a t i o n and Comment: Anyone may review the application, submit comments, participate in the hearing, or request a copy of the decision. For further information, please contact the Community Development Director at (360) 825-3593. Administrator of Development Regulations Erika Shook, Community Development Director 1309 Myrtle Avenue Enumclaw, WA 98022 Phone 360-825-3593 Fax 360-825-7232 # 462454 3/6/13

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SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of DOUGLAS W. SCHAAF, Deceased. Case No. 13-4-00937-1KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) JUDITH CARLENE NYMAN-SCHAAF has been appointed as Executrix/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose before the decedent’s death 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 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 ser ved or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); 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 Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: February 13, 2013. Date of First Publication: February 20, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executrix/ Personal Representative /s/ Judith Carlene Nyman-Schaaf Executrix/Personal Representative # 458322 2/20/13, 2/27/13, 3/6/13


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