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Mobile home residents plead for rezoning ‘We’re in real trouble’ if landowner sells Belmor Park By Greg Allmain gallmain@fedwaymirror.com

The Federal Way City Council voted unanimously to move mobile home park zoning to high priority for the city’s 2013 Plan-

ning Commission Work Plan. The move came at the April 14 council meeting after a number of citizens from the Belmor Park community made pleas to the council to consider the change, among them Mike Nugent and

Renee Marshall. According to the Belmor Park residents, they’re worried that the owner of the park property is close to retirement, and are unsure of what may happen if the owner’s family decides to sell the property where their homes sit. “We’re promoting the process of

mobile home park zoning at our park, as well as 11 other parks in the city of Federal Way,” Nugent said. “That’s about 1,100 residents in this area. We’re promoting this (because) we are owners as well as renters. We rent the property, but we own our homes. The problem is, that if the owner of the land de-

cides to sell the property, we have one year to relocate or move our homes out of the area, and that’s really not an option for any of us…The problem is, if the owners sell the park, we’re in real trouble. We cannot move the homes or relocate very well.” [ more MOBILE HOMES, page 17 ]

A day for park appreciation Mirror staff reports

Help make Federal Way an even better place by beautifying city parks from 9 a.m to noon Saturday, April 20, during the city’s annual Park Appreciation Day. Bring rakes, shovels, loppers, clippers, gloves and friends. This is a family event for all ages. Individuals and groups of all sizes are welcome to volunteer. Come to Celebration Park, Steel Lake Park, Sacajawea Park, Lakota Park or Olympic View Park. “A lot of it is wanting to make Federal Way the best possible place to live,” said Jack Walsh, who for the past eight years has helped organize hundreds of volunteers from local LDS church congregations. “If the parks are kept in good repair and looking nice, that’s good for quality of life.” Call (253) 835-6926 or search Park Appreciation Day on Facebook. NEWSPAPER RACKS: To see a list of rack locations for the print edition of The Mirror, visit federalwaymirror.com/about_us.

Police win Helen Keller Basketball Challenge

The Federal Way Lions, Federal Way Police and South King Fire and Rescue held their 5th Annual Helen Keller Basketball Challenge on April 13 at Decatur High School. Police outplayed the firefighters, 51-33, in the charity matchup. Proceeds from food and raffle sales will benefit the Federal Way Lions Foundation for sight and hearing, along with the Federal Way Police Explorers program and SKFR’s aid fund. The players are pictured with the Decatur cheerleaders. Entertainment included the Todd Beamer Air Force Junior ROTC; taekwondo acrobatics by Master Na’s Black Belt Academy; and the Thomas Jefferson High School Band. See more photos at federalwaymirror.com. ANDY HOBBS, The Mirror

Hotel developer abandons Holiday Inn Express project By ANDY HOBBS editor@fedwaymirror.com

A prominent hotel developer has canceled plans to build a Holiday Inn Express in southern Federal Way. The four-story, 91-unit hotel was slated for an empty lot at South 348th Street and Pacific Highway South, next to the Days Inn.

However, the project was and utility plans, permits, mired in complications franchise fees and an envifrom the start, ranging from ronmental study. permits to financing. Once the developer Faruq Ramzanalli, secured funding, BUSINESS its latestthe a partner in Hotel six-month Concepts, said his permit extension company spent more with the city had than $100,000 on the expired. abandoned project. The “Trying to build a hotel costs included a geotechin the past few years has nical evaluation, grading been very challenging

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An Auburn man will spend 31½ years in prison for the shooting death of his ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend in her Federal Way apartment in 2011. Michael Ray Fiorini, 29, pleaded guilty in February to first-degree murder with a firearm enhancement for killing Christopher D. Johnson, 27. The sentence range was 25 to 31½ years in prison. At about 3:15 a.m. Feb. 24, 2011, Fiorini broke the sliding glass door to his ex’s apartment at the Habitat Condominiums at 33005 18th Place S. He entered, confronted the woman as she lay on her couch, pointed a gun at her and told her to “shut up.” Johnson, who had been sleeping in the bedroom, came out and approached the woman and Fiorini. Fiorini shot him once in the chest.

A Lakewood man pleaded guilty last week to first-degree murder after shooting his ex-wife at a Federal Way church in 2010. Charles L. Parsons, 44, faces up to 28 and a half years in prison, which is the maximum sentence recommended by prosecutors. A sentencing date has not been scheduled. On March 17, 2010, Parsons shot his ex-wife, Carol Parsons, 38, during a counseling session at Calvary Lutheran Church. The couple had been married 12 years and had three children. They had divorced the previous year, but Charles Parsons wanted to reconcile the relationship. The shooting took place during a time when there were children upstairs at the church’s daycare.

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a crime had been committed. The males were released on scene. Lab testing is pending. • Falling asleep in the drivethru: At 2:19 a.m. April 14 in the 2000 block of SW Campus Drive, it was reported a man had passed out in his vehicle while waiting in the drive-thru line at Taco Bell. The report notes the man was eventually arrested for DUI. • Passed out driver, part deux: At 3:40 a.m. April 14 in the 30000 block of 2nd Avenue SW, another person was found passed out in their vehicle. According to the report, the man was arrested on suspicion of DUI and for driving with a suspended license. • Mail theft: At 9 a.m. April 14 in the 2500 block of South 316th Lane, unknown suspects broke into a mailbox cluster at an apartment complex and stole an unknown amount of mail. • Not what Macklemore had in mind: At 11:29 a.m. April 14 in the 32000 block of Pacific Highway South, the suspect was arrested for attempting to steal $17 worth of items from Goodwill. • Vehicle prowl: At 11:58 a.m. April 13 in the 1900 block of South 331st Street, the victim’s vehicle was broken into and a number of tools, along with a bottle of prescription medication, were stolen. The report notes surveillance of the break-in was available and was being reviewed. • Bag of mail found on roadside: At 11:48 a.m. April 13 in the 600 block of SW 323rd Street, the reporting party said they had

noticed an odd bag alongside a road for a number of days. When they finally investigated the bag, they discovered it was full of stolen mail. Police took the bag from the reporting party and booked it into evidence for safekeeping. • Woman avoids arrest because of how drunk she is: At 1:01 p.m. April 13 in the 28000 block of 25th Place South, a woman’s aunt contacted police because the woman had shown up unwanted at the aunt’s house. According to the report, the woman was incredibly intoxicated. The report notes the woman had several active warrants, but was not arrested. Instead, she was transported to the hospital for treatment because her blood-alcohol level was .411. • Surveillance camera inception moment: At 4:45 p.m. April 13 in the 35000 block of Pacific Highway South, two suspects were recorded by a surveillance camera as they cut the lines to a number of other surveillance cameras and stole those cameras. • Wire theft: At 3:34 a.m. April 12 in the 800 block of South 318th Street, a man reported witnessing unknown individuals stealing wire-like materials from a nearby construction site. • HVAC units targeted again: At 3:57 p.m. April 12 in the 1000 block of South 320th Street, a building manager reported that the two HVAC units attached to his building had been gutted by unknown suspects. According to the report, the materials taken from the innards of the HVAC units had an estimated value of $9,000.

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government. Priest was first elected to the state House of Representatives in 2002, where he served until 2010. Mirror staff reports Priest was elected mayor in 2010, defeating current Federal Way Mayor Skip Deputy Mayor Jim Ferrell Priest announced this week with about 52 perthat he plans to seek cent of the vote. In re-election, and if 2010, his campaign re-elected, he plans spent $39,622 comto continue on the pared to Ferrell, path he has set the who spent $80,073. city on in his first So far, Priest is three years in office. the only official “I’m proud of the Skip Priest candidate for direction Federal mayor in 2013. Way is heading,” Ferrell told The Mirror Priest said in an official he will not run for mayor in press release. “Over the last 2013. He wants to focus on three years we’ve successhis family, his current city fully fought through some council role, and his job as very challenging economic a King County prosecutor. times and the city is poised “It’s a very personal to take the next step to decision that affects every ensure that all our citizens aspect of your life,” he said, have a great place to live, noting that he enjoys workwork and play.” ing with the incumbent Priest, the city’s first mayor. “I have to just take elected mayor under the a step back and say, ‘where “strong mayor” form of can I best use my skills and government, feels that talents?’ I enjoy being the Federal Way has made sigdeputy mayor.” nificant strides in areas like crime, economic development and budget management. For crime, the city recorded its lowest crime rate in 2011, which Priest credits to the Federal Way Police Department and initiatives like the Safe City camera program. “We are committed to using a proactive rather than reactive approach to ensuring public safety in our community,” Priest wrote in a news release. In terms of economic development, Priest reports that a number of employers have moved into Federal Way. Among those employers he noted in his news release were DaVita, Morphotrak, and the Xerox/ACS call center. A new infusion of cash into The Commons Mall from an investment group that includes Magic Johnson is also a positive note, according to Priest. “The City Council and I have worked hard to ensure that we have the most competitive and attractive business environment possible and this strategy is already paying large dividends. In addition, I am committed to finding innovative ways to revitalize the downtown core to ensure that we have the financial resources necessary to support police, schools parks and other essential public services in the future,” the mayor said. Finally, Priest said he’s been able to keep the city’s budget under control. Priest served on the Federal Way City Council from 1992 to 1997, including two years as an appointed mayor under the city’s council-manager form of

House budget passes with more money for education By GREG ALLMAIN gallmain@fedwaymirror.com

The Washington State House of Representatives unveiled its budget last week and passed it with a 54-43 vote. The House budget pencils in $1.3 billion in new revenues as the first volley in meeting the requirements of fully funding education — as set forth in last year’s Supreme Court case, McCleary vs. State of Washington. The vote was divided along party lines. From the 30th District, which represents the Federal Way area, State Rep. Roger Freeman (D) voted yes and State Rep. Linda Kochmar (R) voted no. The lone dissenting

Democrat was State Rep. Monica Stonier of Vancouver. No Republicans voted in favor of the budget. The House budget is similar to the one released by Gov. Jay Inslee in recent weeks, and uses much of the same plan to raise the needed money for educa-

tion funding. Most notably, the House budget coincides with Inslee’s plan in extending taxes on some businesses and a .50-cent beer tax, which is projected would raise $600 million. Also like Inslee’s plan, the House budget looks to close or

tighten up perceived tax “loopholes” and similar exemptions. Among those would be preferential tax rates for insurance and travel agents, to nixing the sales tax exemptions on things like bottled water. (Read more online at federalwaymirror.com.)

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Does FW have viable development plan? The development of the downtown corridor has been talked about since Federal Way became a city. An international district was proposed. Different high-rises have been proposed, including a crystal structure. It has been proposed that moving the library and City Hall downtown would facilitate its development. Now it is a performing arts and conference center (PACC). My question to the city council: What is wrong with the downtown? The mall is lacking in shops, but

Some in Olympia are happy with new Gov. Jay Inslee, and some aren’t. But one thing seems clear: Inslee will be a different kind of governor and will march to his own drummer. For Inslee, it won’t be business, or politics, as usual. He is clearly planning to bring a different way of thinking to Olympia. With his casual yet comfortable manner, he brings a rugged western quality more reflective of his time in Eastern Washington rather than his time on the eastern seaboard as a member of Congress. His style is one of a person you can talk to, rather than just listen to. From the beginning, Inslee has approached his office in a different manner. He chose Mary Alice Heuschel — the Renton superintendent of schools — as his chief of staff, even though she had no state capital job experience. Most expected him to pick an Olympia insider to balance his own lack of recent state experience. Some felt that with his time spent mostly in the nation’s capital, and not the state capital, Inslee would need an insider to help him tackle the Republican-controlled Senate and deal with powerful Democratic Speaker of the House Frank Chopp. In most administrations, the chief of staff has state management and state budget experience along with lobbying connections, and runs the daily operations of state government. Inslee also generated criticism for being slow to announce cabinet-level appointments and not submitting a full budget of his own. But Inslee’s choice of chief of staff did send a

strong message that K-12 would be big priority for him, and that he wanted a knowledgeable person with real-life experience leading his efforts. Inslee did balance his administration by keeping several members of former Gov. Christine Gregoire’s cabinet and adding several new faces, including high-profile outsiders as Secretary of Transportation and the Department of Social and Health Services. Due to the short time frame between getting sworn in and the start of the session, he submitted several new ideas rather than a budget when Greqoire’s was already up for debate. And Inslee didn’t bend to satisfy others’ timetables, which may have also helped him avoid some possible traps. Inslee is passionate about his views and priorities and hasn’t been afraid to wade into difficult issues on the environment and energy, contacting legislators directly. Learning how and when to push the levers of power is something all governors must learn. Inslee’s most recent move may have been the most surprising of all. That he chose to replace four of Gregoire’s appointments to the Washington State Achievement Council was not a big surprise. But the selections were shocking to Olympia and some of Inslee’s own party. He replaced former congressional and Democratic colleague Brian Baird; former Seattle Community College Chairwomen Constance Rice; Jay Reich, who was Deputy Chief of Staff to Gary Locke when he was Commerce Secretary; and Jose Gaitan, who was State Academic [ more ROEGNER, page 5 ] Bob Roegner

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A couple of years ago, I wrote another article about consent — about the Slut Walk in Seattle, held in response to a police officer’s comments about women’s attire being associated with rape. In response, I received a letter reacting to a reference in the article of a sign held at the Slut Walk that said: “My dress can’t say yes; only I can.” The man responded: “Not that rape is ever condoned, but do we walk around with money hanging out of our pockets in a frustrated attempt to cry out, ‘my pockets can’t say yes; only I can.’ A nice sentiment, but don’t make any big plans for that money.” Herein lies the problem. In theory, we “don’t condone” rape. But in practice, many people in our society still think there’s some justification, however slight, when a woman dresses a certain way… or walks in a certain place at a certain time… or goes somewhere alone… or has a certain type of history… or is inebriated. It’s a slippery slope, my friends. The only way to truly not condone rape is to realize that it’s not justified, ever. Just because someone is dressed a certain way, or flirting, or drinking or using drugs, does not give anyone else the right to have sex with them. The only way that is OK is if they are of age and have mutually consented to this behavior. See my last article on what constitutes consent. Furthermore, it’s an insult to men to say they can’t help themselves if a woman is dressed provocatively, or wants to engage in activities other than intercourse, but not have sex. Men are not animals, unable to control emotions or actions. To expect that type of behavior from them is demeaning and sexist. People resist temptation all the time. It’s not always easy, but we do it. All of us, men and women alike, need to think about our actions. Do I think I’ll put on a sexy dress and go walking down a dark alley tonight just for fun? No. But if I did, and if I were attacked, it would not be my fault. There is no law against my wearing a sexy dress or walking in a dark alley at night. There are laws against assaulting people, and none of them say, “Unless she was wearing a sexy dress and walking in a dark alley at night.” Some people just act like that’s what the laws say. This is a hot topic. I hope this article has provoked you to at least continue having conversations with people you love and care about. Perhaps you can start by asking the young men in your life what they do to avoid being raped. Most haven’t ever had to think about it. Contrast that with what young women think about and do to avoid rape, and you’re likely to get quite a different answer. For more ideas on what to talk about, go to www.100conversations.org. These conversations are what will end up changing the culture, so get talking. And stay safe out there.

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To submit an item or photo for publication: email editor@federalwaymirror.com. Letters may be edited for style, clarity and length. I hear Kohl’s is coming. Why has it taken so long? Is the lack of stores in the mall due to not having a PACC, or is it due to poor management of the mall or an extensive permit process? One thing wrong with the downtown is the traffic. If the traffic is bad now, what will happen when we add the proposed development? The $5 million proposed for street improvement if the PACC is built is far too small of an amount to

improve traffic. What company will supply the entertainment that will support the PACC’s 700 seats? Do they have a plan to draw from other cities? If they do not fill the seats, will the taxpayers end up supporting the center? What company has come forward to pay for naming rights? Is there a guarantee that all the grants needed to fund the project will be funded? What parks and services will not

be funded due to the $200,000 “estimated” annual taxpayer funding? Dumas Bay Centre is in need of improvement. What are your plans for its development? Do you have a viable plan for the entire city’s development? Please be specific, as I have read the city’s comprehensive plan. Is the downtown the only area of importance to the city council? Where was the support for Metropolitan Market? Why did it leave? How do you know this is a shared community goal?

Carol Fraley, Federal Way

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Religious beliefs and federal law In a recent letter to the editor on April 12, Paul Levy claims that “Hobby Lobby discriminates against women because the owner has decided that his religious beliefs trump federal law.” David Green’s lawsuit that the federal government cannot repeal the First Amendment and deprive him of religious liberty by forcing his company, Hobby Lobby, to pay for contraceptives — including the morning-after pill, which Green and many others believe is a form of abortion — does not “impose his family’s religious beliefs on his employees” or on anyone else. The women who work for him can buy as many contraceptives as they want; he should not have to violate his conscience by being

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forced to pay for them. As a woman who is not opposed to the use of contraceptives, I do not want my First Amendment rights of freedom of religion, or freedom of speech, or any others, taken away by some federal law, and I’m sure Mr. Levy would not want that for himself, either. During the time of slavery in this country, the Quakers and others, in violation of the federal Fugitive Slave Law, helped escaping slaves move through the Underground Railroad and make it to freedom. Is Mr. Levy also indignant at them, that they decided that their religious beliefs that slavery was wrong trumped federal law?

Sonja West, Auburn

Kudos to Senator’s vote on the budget As a small business owner in Federal Way, I think we should

thank State Sen. Tracey Eide (Dtax that passed in 2010, but was Federal Way) for her brave vote set to expire this year. Both the for a responsible budget progovernor and the House want to posal advanced in the state Senate make it permanent... to permarecently. You mentioned that she nently increase taxes on strugvoted for the Senate’s version of gling small businesses, already the budget in the article “Sencarrying a large portion of the ate passes budget with $1 taxes in Washington. billion for McCleary deciThis B&O tax is one of FEDERAL WAY the highest in the state sion,” but I would like to add that Sen. Eide’s vote and is on barbers, beauty was cast in favor of worksalons, janitors, accouning together in a bipartisan tants, real estate agents way to get something done and dozens more. They are and was a vote that will protect businesses that are just starting our economic recovery. to recover after the dreadful ecoUnlike Gov. Inslee’s and the nomic downturn. I know many in House budgets, the Senate budget my industry who lost much or all funds our education system at the of their business during the last highest rate in years without inseveral years. It was a wise decicreasing taxes on small businesses sion on Sen. Eide’s part to vote for — the businesses that do most of the budget that would encourage the hiring in our community. recovery so that these businesses For example, the Senate budget can start hiring again. does not include an extension The state Senate budget was of the 20 percent increase in the approved by the Senate 30-18 Business and Occupation (B&O) because it culled votes from

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April 19, 2013 [5] both sides of the aisle, a genuine bipartisan vote. And, leaders like Sen. Eide, a 17-year veteran of the state Legislature, should be commended for her courage to do what was best for the state and 30th District. Although I know Sen. Eide’s office expressed reservations in the article about some cuts to programs, budget negotiations are not over and in the long run, I am sure she will not be sorry for the vote she cast to protect our state’s economic recovery. If our economy begins to thrive again everyone and everything — education, families, children, the homeless, the poor and our communities will greatly benefit.

Pam Ranch, Federal Way

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education? Can he obtain the cooperation of all the special interest groups and get everyone headed in the same direction? Will there be pushback from fellow Democrats? The halls of Olympia have seen many well-intended people and ideas sidetracked by special interests and party politics that dominate policy fabric. Many people didn’t expect Inslee to be here, but he is, and he is making his presence known. If Inslee can truly set the state on a new course in education that prepares our children for the next century, it would be a monumental achievement.

Achievement and Accountability Chairman. Big hitters in any league, but particularly in Democratic politics. Inslee has expressed his belief that college can be a gamechanger in the lives of many young people. He apparently views the new Achievement Council as an avenue to establish an imprint on the future of higher education and wants to send his own message with his own appointees. He seems willing to challenge the normal way of doing business to meet that goal. Inslee’s new approach has been a shock to many. Can he really make a significant difference in the environment, K-12 and higher

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Teacher and student bond with shaved heads By GREG ALLMAIN gallmain@fedwaymirror.com

You don’t find many teachers willing to shave their head in support of a student, but that’s exactly what Amanda Hubbard did for her student Melissa Garcia-Robles. GREG ALLMAIN, The Mirror

Teachers and students bond with each other throughout the course of a school year, for a variety of reasons — some serious, some lighthearted. At Wildwood Elementary, one fifth-grade teacher has created what will likely be an indelible bond with one of her students.

When you get right down to it, you don’t find many teachers willing to shave their head in support of a student, but that’s exactly what Amanda Hubbard did for her student Melissa Garcia-Robles. “It took me about a week, but I finally went into J.C. Penney and said, ‘just shave it off,’” Hubbard recalled, her black hair now short and spiky. “And I came in

the next day, and it was totally worth it. She (GarciaRobles) was so excited, and it meant a lot to her.” Hubbard shaved her head in support of GarciaRobles, who had shaved her head shortly before in support of her cancer-stricken older sister, Arpisy Estrada. Estrada, 15, is a student at Sacajawea Middle School who was diagnosed with leukemia in late 2012. She

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is currently being treated by Dr. Robert Irwin of Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital in Tacoma. Their mother, Ana Susana Robles-Salcido, said Hubbard’s selfless act in support of her daughters is powerful and profound. “I felt something beautiful, it was a beautiful thing…the act of love the teacher had done,” she said through an interpreter. “I am very grateful to her.” For Garcia-Robles, expressing her reasons why she shaved her head are difficult, as it probably would be for most fifth-graders. “I felt sorry for her,” she said simply. Older sister Estrada said her little sister’s support, along with Hubbard’s support, has been invaluable. “It’s sweet that they did that,” she said. “Now I know they have support for me and I know they’re on my side too.” Robles-Salcido said that Estrada’s sickness is contained, and that there are currently no cancerous cells in her body. Her faith shines through in her words, especially as she spoke about Irwin and the staff at Mary Bridge. “(We) have a wonderful doctor, and he’s an angel sent from God,” she said. “It’s a special hospital, the whole staff have been wonderful. They have been (supportive of) the family. I have never been in a hospital like that with a lot of attention. It has been a hard time, but wonderful, because everybody has supported us.” Hubbard said the experience has made a deep impact on her as well, especially after she made the decision to shave her hair. “You just don’t know how many people have been impacted by cancer,” she said. “It’s just a much more powerful statement than I thought it ever could have been.” While their hair continues to grow back (with Hubbard getting some special help from RoblesSalcido in the form of a special shampoo), RoblesSalcido is confident that her daughter and her family can beat cancer. “At this stage right now, we are going to win this battle, we are going to win the battle of cancer,” she said. “I know we will.”

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Hundreds of kids storm the Sound for salmon By ANDY HOBBS editor@fedwaymirror.com

The baby salmon fluttered in plastic cups that lined the bridge over Hylebos Creek. Nearly 300 children, one by one, named and released the hatchlings into the chilly waters that will carry them to Puget Sound. Students from 13 schools

participated in Storming the Sound for Salmon. Sponsored by the city and school district, the program immersed children in science and environmental education at West Hylebos Wetlands Park. Considered Federal Way’s hidden jewel, the park off South 348th Street is also a critical natural habitat for local wildlife. A boardwalk loops through the bog and moss-coated woods. Aside from releasing salmon into the wild, the students planted ever-

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federal way national and steel lake hosting jamborees • Federal Way National Little League will host its annual jamboree on Saturday, April 20. The jamboree will run from 9 to 10 a.m. and will include a parade of players, and recognition of three district championship all-star teams, among other things. The day will also include games with all 46 teams in Federal Way National and a 50/50 raffle. The winning ticket will be drawn at 3 p.m. and tickets are $1. You don’t have to be present to win. • Steel Lake Little League is hosting their annual jamboree starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 20, at the fields at 35799 Military Road. The jamboree will kick off baseball season for Steel Lake Little League. Events will include a barbecue, dunk tank, home run derby, speed pitching gun, jump house and a silent auction. Proceeds benefit the Little League. For more information, visit www.slll.net.

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Benson Henderson has learned a lot during his mixed-martial arts career. The biggest of those lessons is to never overlook anybody entering a fight. And that’s exactly what is happening leading up to Henderson’s Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight title fight Saturday night against No. 1 contender Gilbert Melendez. “I’m definitely not looking past Gilbert,” said Henderson, a 2001 Decatur High School graduate. “He’s tough as heck. I know how tough Gil is.” Henderson’s strategy has been working to perfection. Since joining the UFC, he is a perfect 6-0 and 18-2 overall, including three victories in 155-pound title fights. Henderson took over the UFC 155-pound championship in February 2012 with a win over former champ Frankie Edgar in Japan. Since then, he beat Edgar in a rematch in August and won a unanimous decision over Nate Diaz in December 2012 in Seattle. “I’m not too worried about prov-

Eagle track teams remain unbeaten by sweeping Beamer By CASEY OLSON sports@fedwaymirror.com

Decatur graduate Benson Henderson will defend his UFC lightweight championship Saturday in San Jose against Gilbert Melendez starting at 5 p.m on Channel 13. file photo ing this or that,” Henderson said. “I’m just worried about going out there and winning the fight. I’m a highly self-motivated person. I don’t care who the guy is. I just want to win, period.” Melendez is an impressive 21-2 during his MMA career and was the final Strikeforce lightweight title holder, where he spent the last

seven years of his career. Contractual champion clauses with the rival MMA organization kept him from making his long-awaited UFC debut, until Saturday. The Henderson-Melendez will be the main event at the UFC on FOX 7 event inside the HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif. The nationally-tele[ more UFC page 16 ]

Carpio wins national wrestling title By CASEY OLSON sports@fedwaymirror.com

Arian Carpio just keeps racking up the wrestling titles. The Todd Beamer High School sophomore added the very prestigious USA Wrestling Girls Folkstyle Nationals championship to her alreadypacked trophy collection. Carpio won the 124-pound

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title at the national championships, which were held at Oklahoma City University March 29-30. Carpio dominated the competition in Oklahoma, winning all four of her matches by pin, including a 30-second fall over Texas’ Rebekah Cordova in the final. Carpio got the national championships started with

a 2:30 pin over California’s Daishea Jaime in her opening match. She then beat Texas’ Brianna Holcomb in 5:40 before pinning Indiana’s Courtney Gray in the semifinals in just 30 seconds. This was Carpio’s second individual national championship at the USA Wrestling Girls Folkstyle event in [ more carpio page 13 ]

The Federal Way High School boys and girls track teams remained unbeaten Wednesday with an impressive sweep of Todd Beamer at Federal Way Memorial Stadium. The Eagle boys beat the Titans, 93-34, and the girls won, 90-51. On a day with several impressive performances, Federal Way freshman Tyson Penn had the most impressive of them all. The Eagle ninth-grader won the high jump with a state-best leap of 6-foot-8. According to head coach Sam Beesley, who is a 41-year coaching veteran, Penn’s jump is the best-ever by a freshman in the state of Washington. The old record of 6-7 was held by Hanford’s Dan Coleran (1987) and Klickitat’s Paul Byron (1993). Penn’s jump was also two inches short of the Federal Way High School record of 6-10, set by Ed Miller on 1988. In total, the Federal Way boys won 12 of the 16 individual events against Beamer with Ezekiel McNeal, Albert Havili and Aaron Persinger each winning a pair. McNeal won the 100 meters (11.05) and 400 (49.72), Havili won both the shot put (52-6) and discus (166-5) and Pers[ more wrap up page 15 ]

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1990s. He and Shawn Kemp formed the most thrilling and electrifying duo in Seattle basketball history. Payton was a nine-time NBA All-Star, a nine-time AllDefensive first-team player, and was the 1996 Defensive Player of the Year. He holds the Sonics record for points, assists and steals. He also won Olympic gold medals in 1996 and 2000, and led the Sonics into the NBA Championship Series in 1996, where they lost to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. Despite the lack of overwhelming

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attention regarding the Hall of Fame vote, the intertwined storylines regarding the battle for the Kings and Payton are kind of fitting, if you really think about it. “The Glove” has been the most vocal voice of former Sonics regarding the NBA returning to Seattle. And if they do come back to Seattle, it would be even more fitting that Payton’s No. 20 Hall of Fame jersey is the first to hang from the rafters during the “new era” of the Seattle SuperSonics. Payton has openly expressed his desire not to have his jersey retired in [ more sidelines page 14 ]

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Savannah State shortstop Michaela Patton was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) softball Player of the Week for the week of March 4-10, the conference announced last week. In two victories over Norfolk State, the Thomas Jefferson High School graduate batted .830 (5-for-6) with two doubles, five runs and five RBIs. In game one of the double-header, Patton was 3 for 4 with a double and two RBIs, along with three assists and one putout. Patton, a true freshman, was perfect at the plate (3for-3) in the second game with her second double of Michaela Patton the week along with three RBIs and two walks. She added three putouts and one assist in the 12-7 victory. On the season, Patton is hitting .353 with 30 runs, nine doubles, two home runs and 15 RBIs. The Lady Tigers are 21-16 on the season. As a senior at TJ, Patton was named first-team, All-SPSL North by the league’s coaches. Patton led Jefferson to the state tournament for the fourth-straight season after setting an all-time TJ record for hits in a season with 57 and tied for highest batting average at .559. She also had a teambest 40 RBIs, scored 44 runs, 13 doubles, seven triples and one home run. Patton was also 9 for 9 in stolen bases. • After sitting out the fall season, former Decatur High School scoring machine Dom Dismuke will make his soccer debut for the University of Washington in the spring. Huskies head coach Jamie Clark announced recently that Dismuke will join with Darwin Jones and Brad Jacobson. Dismuke will be a freshman on the 2013 team. As a senior at Decatur, the forward was ranked the seventh-best player in the West Region by TopDrawerSoccer.com. Dismuke was a three-time All-South Puget Sound League first-team selection. “In our opinion, Dom is the best senior forward in the state,” Clark said when Dismuke signed as a Decatur senior. “He has the ability to stretch defenses with his pace, but also has very good feet and has a nose for goal. He is one of the top scorers in the academy league at the halfway point

[ carpio from page 12 ] Oklahoma City. She also won the schoolgirl-age title when she was in middle school back in 2011. Carpio beat Emily Newberry from Kansas in the 105-pound weight class. Carpio has had a nearly impeccable two-year career on the Beamer wrestling team. Her only loss with the Titans came in the 2012 championship match at the Mat Classic state

in the season and I’m sure he will continue to find the net for the rest of this season and in seasons to come.” He finished with seven goals and four assists during his senior season Dom Dismuke at Decatur and tallied 14 goals and five assists as a junior. Dismuke also played with the Seattle Sounders FC Academy program and led the 18-under team in goals with 13 during the 2012 season. Washington finished the 2012 season with a 13-5-2 record and lost to Creighton in the NCAA Tournament’s second round. The Huskies’ spring schedule, which features all exhibitions, continues April 20 at home against the Kitsap Pumas, April 27 at the Victoria Highlanders, and May 3 at home against Seattle Pacific. • The Federal Way Boys and Girls Club is currently enrolling youth for their 2013 Coed Spring Baseball League. The deadline for registration is May 3 and late registration will be accepted on a space-available basis. The league is a program for boys and girls in grades K through 6. First- and second-grade teams will be coed and coach-pitch. Grades 3 and 4 will be half game coach-pitch and half kid-pitch and 5/6 teams will be full kid-pitch. There will also be a Kindergarten Clinic for 4 through 6 year olds held on Saturdays from 10 to 11 a.m. May 11 through June 15. Teams are formed from local elementary and middle schools and the season runs from May 7-June 22. Games are played in the surrounding Federal Way area schools. The program costs $60 for 1st-6th grade/$55 for the Kindergarten clinic (plus $36 current Club membership fee). Registration can be done online at www.fwbgc. org or in person at the Club, 30815 8th Ave. S., Federal Way, WA 98063. The Club is also offering a Spring Basketball League for kids. This is a games-only league and the deadline for registration is May 3. The divisions will be coed in grades 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8. The league will take place from May 13 to June 22. Games are played at the Boys and Girls Club. The program costs $60 for all leagues (plus the $36 current Club membership). For more information, contact Dolan Holt, athletic director, at (253) 681-6514 or email dholt@positiveplace.org.

championships inside the Tacoma Dome. But Carpio got some redemption in February when she won the 112-pound state title, completing a perfect 23-0 season with a pin over Kentridge’s Taylor Lee. “This is such a relief,” Carpio said after the match. “I have been working for this all year. I have been working so hard.” Carpio said that losing the state championship match during her freshman season was the main

motivation for her getting back to the Tacoma Dome and winning the elusive state title. “This is a way different feeling than last year,” Carpio said. “This is one of the best feelings I’ve felt in my life and last year was one of the worst.” Carpio also added an individual championship at the Napa Valley Classic in Southern California in January. Carpio won the 114-pound bracket, which featured 49 wrestlers.

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...obituaries Clara Jo Ramona Griffith Clara Jo Ramona Griffith died March 29, 2013, in Federal Way, Wash. She was born to John and Lydia (Hieb) Walth in Hosmer, S.D., on November 10, 1917, the oldest of eight children. She grew up near Eureka, S.D., and Deer Park, Wash., before graduating from Eastern Washington College of Education (currently Eastern Washington University) in 1942. Her teaching career began in Amboy, Wash., in 1943. There she met her husband, Roy Griffith. They married in May 1944. Clara taught in other Washington cities, including Battleground, Olympia and Auburn, where she in 1965 founded Olympic Day Care Center, one of Washington’s first licensed day care facilities. By 1977, her day-care center had grown to more than 150 children. She was active in Soroptimist, Lutheran Women’s Missionary League, Messiah Lutheran Church in Auburn, and St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Federal Way, Wash. Her husband Roy died in 2000. She is survived by two brothers, Conrad Walth (Megan) of Tigard, Ore., and Roger Walth (Iness) of Liberty Lake, Wash; two sons, Terry (Sandy) of West Linn, Ore., and Tim (Kirsten Murray) of Seattle; and four grandchildren. Clara Jo’s life was an inspiration and she is dearly missed by friends and family. Her life will be celebrated at a memorial service at noon on Saturday, April 27, at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 515 S 312th St., Federal Way.

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Maynard Stanley Campbell

Maynard Stanley Campbell was born on November 10, 1919 on a farm in Loup City, NE to Nile & Bessie Campbell. He moved with his family to Lincoln, lived in Malcolm with the Schulze family between the ages of 10 & 13, moved back to Lincoln and eventually joined the Army to proudly serve in WWII. After returning home, Maynard met his beloved Norma and they married on June 4, 1950. He graduated in 1953 from the University of Nebraska College of Dentistry and they moved to Kennewick, WA with their baby daughter. There they set up their home and a dental practice. A son and 2 more daughters completed the family. They established their faith home at Bethlehem Lutheran Church and School and Maynard served on many boards and committees, choir and elders. In 1993, Maynard and Norma moved to Federal Way, WA to be closer to all their children and grandchildren. After joining St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, he became involved with numerous activities there such as Operation Blessing, Braille Bibles and Lutheran Church Extension Fund representative. Maynard and Norma were blessed to be together until her death on October 31, 2009. During his life, Maynard was heavily involved in community activities such as Young Life, Benton Franklin County Dental Society, Benton Franklin Historical Society, Kiwanis, Hunger Walks and the Chamber of Commerce as well as organizations such as the Washington State Dental Association, Washington Dental Society, Washington State Dental Disciplinary Board, University of Nebraska College of Dentistry and Federal Way Celebration Park among many others. “Doc” knew everyone and everyone knew him. He was gifted with endless energy. He took care of people. Although Maynard was recognized for his achievements at different levels, it was the work of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ that was most important to him. He was always finding ways to preach and share the good news of salvation. He did it through his involvement with people. He knew everything he had belonged to God so he shared it with others. Maynard was called to heaven by his Lord on March 15, 2013. He is survived by his children Debra Fuller (Jeremy), Cynthia Dalgleish (Craig), Michael Campbell (Char) and Sharon Lewis; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and a large extended family. Committal will be April 26, 2013 at Tahoma National Cemetery followed by a Celebration of Life service at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church. Any remembrances may be given in Maynard’s honor to St. Luke’s Lutheran Church (515 S. 312th St., Federal Way, WA 98003) for Operation Blessing or The Foundation OR the Lutheran Church Extension Fund/NW District (1700 NE Knott St., Portland, OR 97212). Please sign the online guest book at www.marlattfuneralhome.com . Marlatt


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www.federalwaymirror.com [sidelines from page 12] has been instrumental in Oklahoma City as part of the former Sonic team history. Payton has also stated that when the NBA returns to Seattle, he wants to be part of the organization. “These fans were great to me all the time,” Payton said in a recent interview. “When we went to the championship, it was because of them.” Payton is featured in the documentary “Sonicsgate,” which covers the team’s relocation from Seattle to Oklahoma City. “Sonicsgate” was released back in 2009, and focused on the more scandalous corporate and political reasons as to why the team left Seattle in July 2008 to become the Oklahoma City Thunder. Payton even accepted the 2010 Webby Award for “Sonicsgate” in New York City. The documentary was named the year’s Best Sports Film. As is the Webby Awards tradition, honorees are limited to acceptance speeches of five words or less. Payton said these five words as he accepted the award on behalf of the “Sonicsgate” filmmakers: “Bring back our Seattle SuperSonics.” The connection between Payton and the return of the Sonics can be taken even further. Payton earned his nickname “The Glove” after his cousin called him during the 1993 Western Conference Finals against Phoenix and told him, “You’re holding Kevin Johnson like a baseball in a glove.” Johnson is now the mayor of Sacramento and

putting the city in position to keep the Kings in the California capital. Johnson led a group that has put together a plan to build a $448 million downtown arena. He found investors who are willing to purchase the team from the Maloof family, the current owners, matching the Seattle bid. A group led by hedge fund manager Chris Hansen and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced plans to buy the Sacramento Kings in January from the Maloofs in a deal that valued the franchise at $525 million. Hansen would move the Kings to Seattle next season and eventually play in a to-be-built $500 million arena. The group filed relocation papers with the NBA, expecting to vote on the sale and relocation at its April board of governors meeting. But Johnson is not letting go of the Kings without a fight. “I hope Seattle gets a team someday,” Johnson said recently. “Let me be perfectly crystal clear, it is not going to be this team. Not our team. No way.” Payton is essentially the third Sonic to be elected to the Hall of Fame, joining longtime player/coach Lenny Wilkens and Dennis Johnson, who played five seasons, including the 1979 championship team. Joining Payton in the class of 2013 are Louisville head coach Rick Pitino, former NBA star Bernard King, former UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian, among others. The inductions will take place in Springfield, Mass., in September.

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(33-4) and discus (100-5), Mariyah Vongsaveng in the 100 hurdles (15.73) and 300 hurdles (46.5) and Julian Johnson in the 800 (2:28.72) and 1600 (5:33.12). Other Federal Way event wins came from Gabriela Pelogi in the 100 (12.93), Kayla Peterson in the 3200 (12:02.23), Audrey Shin in the high jump (5-4) and Tia Thomas in the pole vault (9-0). Beamer’s victories came from Chante Sposter in the 200 (26.47), Emily Gunderson in the 400 (1:03.89) and the 4x400 relay.

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CITY OF FEDERAL WAY REQUEST FOR QUOTE GETAC V200 Convertible Laptop I. PURPOSE OF REQUEST The City of Federal Way (“City”) is requesting quotes for the purpose of to purchase (16) Getac V200 (i5 VLN103) Fully Rugged 12.1 Convertible Laptops with Vehicle Dock. These Laptops will be installed into police vehicles. The City’s needs are outlined in the following Request for Quotes (“RFQ”). II. TIME SCHEDULE The City will follow the following timetable, which should result in a selection of a contractor by June 5, 2013. Issue RFQ: April 19, 2013 Deadline for Submittal of Quotes: May 3, 2013 Notify Vendor Chosen: June 5, 2013 III. INSTRUCTIONS TO VENDORS A. All quotes shall be sent to: Brian Pearson, IT Supervisor City of Federal Way 33325 8th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835- 2552 B. All quotes must be in a sealed envelope and clearly marked in the lower left-hand corner: RFQ Getac V200. All quotes must be received by April 26, 2013 at 12:00 PM at which time they will be opened. Three (3) copies of the RFQ must be presented. No faxed or telephone quotes will be accepted. Publications: Federal Way Mirror: April 19, 2013 April 26, 2013 City of Federal Way Website: April 19, 2013 thru May 03, 2013 www.cityoffederalway.com/bids FWM1999

REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS On-Call Wetlands/Stream Consultants I. PURPOSE OF REQUEST The City of Federal Way (“City”) is requesting Statements of Qualifications (“SOQ”) for the purpose of selecting firms or individuals who are qualified and have proven performance providing and reviewing wetland and stream critical area evaluations, delineations, mitigation plans, and similar work. The City is seeking these services pursuant to RCW 39.80. The City is seeking up to five such firms to establish a roster of qualified firms to provide the above listed services in connection with land development proposals. Preferred consultants will have performed similar work for other public agencies and private sector clients. The City’s needs are outlined in the following Request for SOQ’s. II. TIME SCHEDULE The City will follow the following timetable, which should result in a selection of firms by May 21, 2013. Issue RFSOQ: April 19, 2013 Deadline for Submittal of Responses: April 29, 2013 III. INSTRUCTIONS TO INTERESTED CONTACTORS A. All proposals should be sent to: Jeri-Lynn Clark Account Tech I/Purchasing/Business License 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003 253-835-2526 / 253-835-2509 (fax) B. All proposals must be in a sealed envelope and clearly marked in the lower left-hand corner: SOQ On-Call Wetland/Stream Consultant. C. All proposals must be received by April 29nd, by 5 PM, at which time they will be opened. Two (2) copies of the SOQ and performance data must be presented. No faxed, emailed, or telephone submittals will be accepted. Name of Publication: Federal Way Mirror: April 19, 2013 April 26, 2013 Daily Journal of Commerce: April 20, 2013 April 27, 2013 City of Federal Way website: April 19, 2013 thru April 29, 2013 www.cityoffederalway.com/bids FWM2000


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Great Deals on NEW Fords! ‘13 Ford Focus SE

‘13 Ford Focus Titanium

17,891

$

20,761

$

‘13 Ford Focus SE

‘13 Ford Focus Titanium

20,931

21,431

$

$

‘13 Ford Focus Titanium

21,488

$

Was $20,980 Was $26,385 Was $26,805 Was $26,780 Was $26,780 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PDL, AM/FM/CD, Sync, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PDL, AM/FM/CD/Sat, Sync, 4 Cyl, 5 Spd, AC, AM/FM/CD, Sync, PDL, PW, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PDL, AM/FM/CD/Sat, Sync, 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PDL, Sony AM/FM/CD/Sat, ABS Stk# N17290 ABS Stk# N16860 ABS Stk# N16640 ABS Stk# N16970 ABS Stk# N17010

‘13 Ford Fusion SE

26,456

$

‘13 Ford Fusion Hybrid

27,925

$

‘13 Ford Fusion Hybrid

‘13 Ford Fusion Titanium

30,458

32,435

$

$

‘13 Ford Fusion Titanium AWD

19,430

$

Was $29,985 Was $30,290 Was $33,080 Was $36,245 Was $20,999 4 Cyl Turbo, Auto, AC, PW, PDL, AM/FM/CD/Sat, 4 Cyl Hybrid, Auto, AC, AM/FM/CD/Sat, Sync, 4 Cyl Hybrid, Auto, AC, AM/FM/CD/Sat, Sync, 4 Cyl Turbo, Auto, AC, AM/FM/CD/Sat, Sync, 4 Cyl Turbo, Auto, AC, Sony AM/FM/HD/CD/Sat, ABS Stk# N17070 PW, PDL, ABS Stk# N17340 PW, PDL, ABS Stk# N17130 PW, PDL, ABS Stk# N25541 Sync, PW, PDL, ABS Stk# N17190

‘13 Ford Escape S

‘13 Ford Escape SE 4WD

20,799

$

Was $23,735 4 Cyl, Auto, AC, PW, PDL, AM/FM/CD, ABS

Stk# N26860

23,999

$

Was $27,715 4 Cyl Turbo, Auto, AC, AM/FM/CD/Sat, Sync, PW, PDL, ABS Stk# N27010

‘13 Ford F-150 SuperCab XL ‘13 Ford F-150 SuperCab STX

23,865

$

Was $29,490 V8, Auto, 4WD, AC, AM/FM, ABS

27,253

$

Was $35,920 V8, Auto, 4WD, AC, PW, PDL, AM/FM/CD, ABS

Stk# N27200

Stk# N26850

‘13 Ford F-150 SuperCab STX

28,999

$

Was $35,920 V8, Auto, 4WD, AC, PW, PDL, AM/FM/CD, ABS,

Stk# N26840

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Federal Way Mirror, April 19, 2013  

April 19, 2013 edition of the Federal Way Mirror