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Buckley voters approve gas utility sale Puget Sound Energy will take over operation of the natural gas department By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

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Now that Buckley voters have overwhelmingly supported the notion of selling their natural gas utility, city officials can continue the time-consuming process of hammering out final arrangements

with Puget Sound Energy. During last week’s general election, more than 85 percent of the vote went in favor of handing gas operations over to PSE. As of Friday morning, the official count was 657 for the sale with just 111 opposed. Buckley has owned and operated a natural gas system since 1957 and is one of just three cities in the state to do so, along with neighboring Enumclaw and the Kittitas County community of Ellensburg. For a variety of reasons, the city has desired to get out of the gas business and an informal survey of citi-

zens showed broad-based support. Earlier this year, the city advertised the utility for sale and PSE was the only bidder, offering $5.4 million – slightly more than Buckley had anticipated. The sale was contingent upon public approval, which came last week in landslide fashion. Now, the real work begins. Or, to be more precise, kicks into high gear. Anticipating a favorable vote, the city and PSE had done some of the early legwork necessary to complete a purchase-and-sale agreement.

“It’s a complicated process,” City Administrator Dave Schmidt said. Every aspect of the gas system has to be detailed, there’s a franchise agreement to be ironed out and easements have to be granted, for example. Additionally, Puget Sound Energy now has to get a formal blessing from the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission to take over the gas system. And finally, there’s the issue of current city employees who work solely with the gas system;

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The forecast Wednesday calls for a 30 percent chance of rain with highs to 53 and lows near 41. The trend continues Thursday and Friday, mostly cloudy with a chance of rain. Showers are predicted to continue through the weekend with highs to 49 and lows dropping into the high 30s.

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The Enumclaw City Council will have four new council members in January. H o k e O verla nd was beating threet e r m i n c u m - Hoke Overland bent Sean Krebs for Posit ion No. 7 by 19 points.

SALE FROM 1 they could be shifted to fill vacant slots in the city’s employment pool, Schmidt said, or could have the opportunity to be hired by PSE. All those issues take time to be resolved, Schmidt said, estimating it could be late February or March before city gas customers become Puget Sound Energy gas customers. When city officials were putting the gas utility on the market, Buckley Mayor Pat Johnson explained that Buckley simply is too small to compete in the natural gas marketplace, unable to strike the deals that result in lower costs. Also, the city was required to follow the same regulations as large systems, she said, and the mandates are simply more than Buckley can bear. The bottom line, Johnson said, is that city residents and business operators would continue paying

Wednesday, November 13, 2013 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 3 Overland was up 1,377, 59 percent to Krebs at 937 votes, 40 percent. Juanita Carstens was leading Tom Mann 53 percent, 1,272 votes, to 47 percent, 1,133 votes. M i k e S a n d o w o n Posit ion No 3 with 1 , 4 1 9 votes, 61 percent. Shelby D e V o l Juanita Carstens withdrew from the race, but received 898 votes, 39 percent. more than their fair share for natural gas if the sale had not been authorized. Early estimates were than gas rates could drop 10 percent for residential customers and 6 percent for business clients when the utility becomes property of PSE. The official voters’ pamphlet declared that PSE’s commercial rates are 6 percent less than Buckley’s, a statement that was contradicted in a letter distributed by the city in October. PSE’s commercial rates are presently 1.6 percent greater than Buckley’s, but the city plans to use funds from the sale to ease the transition process – effectively dropping commercial rates by 6 percent for a year. If the sale had not been approved, the city planned to increase rates to meet expenses. In the end, the city letter said, “PSE commercial rates will continue to be lower than City commercial rates into the foreseeable future.”

Morgan Irwin took Position No. 1 with 63 percent. Pamela Harding withdrew. She received 36 percent. Mayor Liz Reynolds was elected for a second term with 1,970 votes. The race was uncontested.

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There was one contested City Council race in Buckley. Marvin Sundstrom was leading John Leggett. Sundstrom had 54 percent, 468 votes

to 383, 44 percent for Leggett. Mayor Pat Johnson was not challenged in her race to return to office. Council Position No. 1 will be Nora Rose, No. 2 Cristi Boyle Barrett. Both of these races were uncontested.

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EXTRA PATROL: Police took a request Nov. 5 from the Kibler Elementary principal, who asked for additional patrol in the three areas where there are student crossing guards. The report indicated there had been several occasions during the previous week where drivers ignored the students’ commands to stop, driving too fast. WELFARE CHECK: Officers were called the morning of Nov. 5 to check on the welfare of an individual at a Lafromboise Street address. The visit resulted on one person arrested and booked for domestic violence assault. Information was provided to the victim. NO CAMPING: An officer on patrol at 1:13 a.m. Nov. 5 spotted a suspicious vehicle on Battersby Avenue.

Contact was made and a person was advised of the city’s rules regarding camping. PROWLING: Police heard of two vehicle prowls occurring during the early-morning hours of Nov. 5. An incident on Sun Mountain Drive resulted in no vehicle damage, with nothing taken. An incident on Wallace Avenue resulted in the theft of a pair of Oakley sunglasses and a drill, battery and charger; the missing items were valued at $460. UNWANTED SUBJECT: Police responded the morning of Nov. 4 to a report of someone at a Griffin Avenue location that had previously been trespassed from the location. Once at the scene, officers arrested a woman for obstructing. The trespassed subject initially fled; he was taken into custody the following day in Buckley and booked into the Enumclaw jail. ASSAULT VICTIM: An officer responded at 2:04 a.m. Nov. 3 to a Roosevelt Avenue address and a report of a male assault victim in a restroom. Aid was summoned. The victim refused to cooperate with authorities.

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With the curtain all but closed on the fall election, Democrats will turn their attention to filling two jobs critically important for the political party’s future in Olympia and throughout the state. First up is a vote for a new leader of the Democratic caucus in the state Senate. Sen. Ed Murray of Seattle is in the seat now but will depart to begin his new gig as mayor of his hometown. Sens. Sharon Nelson of Maury Island and Karen Keiser of Kent are considered the top contenders to succeed him. Sen. Nick Jerry Cornfield Harper of Everett, the Columnist caucus’s deputy leader, had been viewed as a front-runner as well but is no longer pursuing the leadership post. Then, in February, comes the selection of a new chairman for the state Democratic Party. Dwight Pelz, the current boss, is retiring and will exit once a successor is chosen by those at the helm of the party operations in all 39 counties. Party veteran Nancy Biery has launched her campaign for the job and former state representative Brendan Williams is said to be considering a bid as well. Until other candidates surface, Biery, 59, of Quilcene,

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Letters Enumclaw should follow Buckley’s lead and sell its natural gas system Note: the following letter was written prior to the Nov. 5 election, which saw Buckley voters agree to sell their natural gas system. I read with interest that the city of Buckley has agreed to sell its gas system to Puget Sound Energy if city voters approve. A primarily reason given is the burden on a small community to operate the system. Other advantages cited include lower rates and access to PSE’s energy efficiency incentives. A number of years ago, the

Enumclaw City Council had the opportunity to sell Enumclaw’s gas utility to PSE. Unwisely, the decision was made not to sell. Not long after, Enumclaw was threatened with significant fines by the WUTC for not addressing regulatory deficiencies, notably including safety violations. Although the deficiencies in the Enumclaw system ultimately were corrected and the threat of fines removed, the episode left a lingering question -- why is a small town like Enumclaw trying to operate a natural gas utility? This question still needs answering. Now that Buckley has had an epiphany on this topic, the time has come for the Enumclaw Council to reconsider the question. Enumclaw loves to go its own way and tends to cling to this approach even when it doesn’t make sense. Our town

bears all the burdens of ensuring physical safety and regulatory compliance and the town’s citizens are continuing to be denied the benefits of the many incentives and rebate programs that a dedicated utility provider like PSE can offer. Assuming Buckley’s decision is ratified by the voters, the only towns in Washington state still trying to be gas utility providers will be Enumclaw and Ellensburg. That just might communicate that it’s time to stop trying to do it all. If the city is freed of the need to maintain this system and comply with all the accompanying regulations, maybe it will have more time and money to concentrate on fixing the roads and improving our local business climate. Linda Atkins Enumclaw

Whether to serve, or be served There are two attitudes of elected officials to their jobs: to serve, or to be served. While there are some political office holders who do both, it has been my observation that politicians predominantly do one or the other. Why does it matter, and how can you know which is which? Let me give you my observation on this important issue. Why does it matter? All of us make decisions constantly. From those decisions a pattern can be seen. Having rubbed shoulders with several politicians during my years on the Enumclaw City Council, by reading current events and now writing this column, this pattern comes into

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clear focus. Politicians who truly care about their constituents act in ways that promote the long-term good of the government body they represent. Caring about their constituents shows in good laws and ordinances, and well-run govern-

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NEW ON THE LOCAL BUSINESS SCENE Station 082 aims to provides creative and fun environment for its young customers Station 082 appeals to the creative and competitive side of its mostlyyoung clientele. The downtown Enumclaw business, complete with Xbox and flat screens, bills itself as a “digital media zone and maker space.” Owners Erynn Petersen, Jennifer Kruse and Sarah Hansen write, “We are a creative outlet to make. Do. Build. Play. We are a bright place to meet friends and make new ones.” The owners have guiding princi-

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Enumclaw girls 13th at state cross country Enumclaw boys, White River girls also represented at Saturday’s state meet By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

The Enumclaw High girls ran to a 13th-place finish during Saturday’s state Class 3A cross country championships. Competing at a chilly Sun Willows Golf Course in the Tri-Cities, the team was paced by sophomore Aleea Gwerder. She toured the course in 19 minutes, 22 seconds, the 24th finisher across the line. Running No. 2 for EHS was sophomore Samantha Engebretsen, 43rd overall with a time of 19:47. Also factor-

ing in the team scoring for the Hornets were senior Abby Callison, 81st, 20:34; senior Danielle Flintoff, 108th, 21:31; and junior Amanda Stenslie, 114th, 21:47. Rounding out the EHS team were senior Riley Desmul, 120th, 22:16, and sophomore Kristen Pedersen, 125th, 22:52.

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Three members of the EHS boys team cracked the state Class 3A field, running Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course. Sophomore Eric Hamel was the first Hornet across the finish line, placing 81st in the field with a time of 17:02. Senior Hayden Schmitt came in 105th at 17:38 and junior Josh Sanders was 115th with a time of 17:46.

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EHS volleyball team bounced By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

The Enumclaw High girls won two of four matches during last weekend’s bi-district volleyball tournament, falling a victory shy of earning at state tourney berth. Despite seeing her team’s season come to a close, veteran coach Jackie Carel said her troops turned in a “stellar” performance. Things started on a winning note,

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with the Hornets quickly dispatching Mountain View High from southwest Washington by a 3-0 score. That set up a tussle against powerful Timberline, which the Hornets lost 3-1. “Timberline had only lost two games heading into districts, so winning a game from them really was a big deal,” Carel said. Enumclaw bounced back to blank North Thurston 3-0 Saturday morning,

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Keenan Fagan splits the North Mason defense for one of his three touchdowns Friday night. The White River squad takes on nearby Orting High this week in the first round of the state Class 2A playoffs. Photo by Dennis Box

Only 16 teams from around the state’s Class 2A ranks are still playing football and the White River Hornets are a part of that elite fraternity. The Hornets kept their season alive Friday night with a 24-14 victory over North Mason High. The win, on the White River campus, was considered the district round of postsea-

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Sehome is 5-5 on the season, while Tumwater is 10-0 and ranked No. 2 in the Class 2A ranks. White River’s district win over North Mason was decided in the second half, as the two teams were deadlocked at 14 when heading into the locker room at halftime. The Hornets’ first-half output came courtesy of a pair of short Keenan Fagan touchdown runs. White River took the lead for good shortly before the end of the third period, courtesy of a colorful 32-yard field goal by Alex Morris. His boot caromed off the left upright, sailed across and hit the right upright and, finally,

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EHS grads among key collegiate freshmen Emily Meeks key part of undefeated N.Y. soccer program

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Enumclaw graduate Emily Meeks quickly landed a starting role at The College of Saint Rose. Photo courtesy College of Saint Rose athletic department team’s hallmark. The Golden Knights registered 15 shutouts during the regular season’s 18 games and have had at least 15 shutouts in five of the past seven seasons. The team has won or shared the conference title eight consecutive years and, at the conclusion of the regular season, was ranked No. 5 nationally in the NCAA D-II poll. Meeks headed to the New York campus following an Enumclaw High career highlighted by being named the South Puget Sound League 3A offensive

player of the year following her senior campaign. The College of Saint Rose is a private, independent liberal arts college affiliated with Catholic Church. It was founded in 1920 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet and has an enrollment of about 5,000 students. The Northeast 10 Conference boasts 15 teams scattered throughout New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire. Many are church-affiliated and most have an enrollment between 2,000 and 5,000 students.

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before I get close enough to get his attention. There is something about being in a bad spot and feeling alone, about not seeing anyone who knows you or cares about you, that knocks you down and makes it hard to even think clearly. But it changes when you know someone cares; when you can see you aren’t alone. Sometimes I think that the whole world is much like I was on the ferry – pockets empty and wondering if I’d messed it up beyond

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Tackle final garden chores before winter sets in The Compleat Home Gardener

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Loisann Sonneson nee Hoirup, of Clearwater BC, Canada passed away at 74 years of age on October 30, 2013, surrounded by her family after a very long and valiant battle with illness. Loisann was married to Leonard Sonneson, who is the son of Arthur Emil Sonneson (Mazie Sonneson nee Ford), who was the son of Nils & Anna Sonneson, longtime members of the Enumclaw community. Loisann & Len were married in Trinity Lutheran Church, Enumclaw Washington, on October 20, 1956. Loisann was the only daughter of Jacob & Lois (nee McGilvrey) Hoirup. She leaves behind her husband of 57 years, Leonard, her son and daughter, four grandchildren, and a great grandson to carry on the family name. Also mourning her passing are brothers Jack (Georgia) of Las Vegas NV, Peter (Sammy) of Bonnie Lake WA, and Keith Hoirup of Tacoma WA. She also leaves many nieces and nephews, and many other loved ones. A memorial service was held in Clearwater BC, Canada on Saturday November 9, 2013 at 11AM at the Community Baptist Church. It can be seen online at www.NorthThompsonFuneral.com. If you would like to reach the family please mail: Leonard Sonneson c/o North Thompson Funeral Home, 73 Taren Dr. Clearwater, BC, Canada, V0E 1N2 923049

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peonies too deep. Even a few inches of soil or mulch on top of the eye or growth sprout of a peony will cause it to send up foliage but no flowers. • Feeling ambitious? You can mow and edge the lawn as long as it is not freezing and the ground is not soggy. Add lime and compost to the vegetable garden after you clean out the beds. Spray the walkways with a moss killer and preventer to keep away the slippery, green slime. Now you can say you’ve tucked in the garden for a long winter’s nap.

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Ellie Bron Roberts, perfect daughter of Joel and Grace Jeffreys Roberts, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Ellie was born on August 5, 2013. She was a light that instantly made the world a better place. She will always be remembered as our beautiful angel gone way too soon. Surviving in addition to her loving parents are her sweet sisters, Ruthie and Lainie, whose faces would light up when they saw Ellie’s smile; her maternal grandparents, Giles Jeffreys, Jr. and Jeanne Jeffreys; paternal grandparents, Jay Roberts and Judy Roberts; three loving aunts, Caroline Canipe and husband Scott, Erin Cracchiolo and husband Chris, Jessica Carnes and husband Tim; four cousins who adored her, Matt, Kitty, Jay and Will; great-grandparents, E.J. Casteen and Dorothy Casteen and Phyllis Blum; and other extended family and wonderful friends. She was loved by so many more. A celebration of her life was held at 11:00 am Saturday, November 9, 2013 at Surf City Baptist Church. Burial will follow under a beautiful magnolia tree in Sea Lawn Memorial Park in Hampstead. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation in Ellie’s memory to Sunrise Camp for Sunrise Kids at Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 1414 Physicians Drive, Wilmington, NC 28401 or First Candle, 2105 Laurel Bush Road, Suite 201, Bel Air, MD 21015. Condolences may be sent to www.andrewsmortuary.com

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Jean was born Mary Jean Potvin in Wenatchee, Washington, on 10/27/30, to parents George and Mary Potvin. During her early childhood, Jean’s family lived in Eastern Washington while her father worked on Grand Coulee Dam and held various other jobs. The family moved to Enumclaw in 1939 when her father took a job working on Mud Mountain Dam. Jean spent her remaining school years in Enumclaw and graduated in 1949. On 11/26/49 Jean married Ray Bock, also of Enumclaw and they raised 5 children. In 1960 Jean & Ray bought a “mom & pop” business on Roosevelt where Runland’s Grocery sits today. They ran Bock’s Grocery & Service for 10 years. Jean also drove a school bus for Enumclaw from 1965 – 1979 and enjoyed the kids on her route. She was always known as a good cook and in 1979 decided to give up bus driving to chase her dream of owning and operating a restaurant. She renovated The Sweet Shoppe in Buckley and opened in 1979. It quickly became the lunch hot spot in the area, known for its home style, quality food. Jean & Ray were divorced in 1981. In 1982 Jean sold The Sweet Shoppe to take over a larger restaurant in Kent, WA with Ron Jensen, also from Enumclaw. Despite their best efforts, they could not overcome its past reputation. She returned to school bus driving for Puyallup until 1987 when she had to take back The Sweet Shoppe. Jean and Ron were married in 1990. She quickly restored the restaurant to its former glory before selling the business and building to retire in 2001. Jean had a love of dolls and collected them all her life. Being a good seamstress, she would make her own doll clothes and began to make leather shoes. She turned one bedroom of their Buckley home into a doll shoe factory. Her doll shoes became well known for their quality of workmanship and she sold them via the internet all over the world. Jean made many special friends in her doll clubs and with online customers. Her last year was spent at Cedar Ridge senior community in Bonney Lake. She continued her shoe making there and enjoyed her many friends and pinochle group. Jean, our loving mother and dear friend to many, died on 10/24/13 from liver failure. She was preceded in death by her parents, younger sister Diane Leach and second husband Ron Jensen. She is survived by her sister Marjorie (Midge) Kurfurst, her five children; Dave Bock, Tim Bock, Fred Bock, Nancy Bock, and Suzanne Sidhu, their spouses, 8 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren plus 7 stepchildren and their families. A memorial and reception will be held Sunday, 11/24/13, 3:30 PM at the Buckley Eagles. Memorial donations could be made to the Buckley Youth Center, PO Box 1960, Buckley, WA 98321.

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will die out if not divided every four or five years. Lift the clump with a spading fork. Tease apart the biggest bulbs so the bulblets are no longer clinging alongside and sucking away the nutrients. Immediately replant the biggest lily bulbs, leaving at least 6 inches between bulbs. You can plant the baby bulblets as well and they may be large enough to make a flower in two or three years – if this seems like too long of a wait, just toss them into the compost pile. • Got hosta? Got slugs? You’ll cut back on your slug population if you remove all faded, yellowing and dying foliage from your hosta plants now. Any other perennials with soft, yellow or dying foliage can be cut to ground level. Floppy, rotting foliage becomes a winter haven for slugs. • Cut the stems and leaves of peonies to ground level now to avoid black mold and leaf spot disease. Peonies are homebodies and do not like to be moved to a new location. Fall is the time to force a move if you must transplant a peony that needs more sun or just must go. You should cut the stems and leaves all the way to the ground then dig deep and remove the root system of the peony with as much soil as possible around the roots. Be sure you do not plant your

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The second week of November is still a good time for gardening. This is the best time of the year to dig and divide peonies or to add new peonies to the garden. Tree peonies are often sold as bare roots at garden centers and nurseries in the fall and if you take the time to loosen the soil to a depth of at least 12 inches and work in several buckets of compost you’ll enjoy huge blooms this summer. Keep your eye on the weather and as soon as you can grab a day when the temperature is above freezing and it is dry enough to work outdoors gear up and get these prewinter chores crossed off your list: • Prune shrubs and trees. First remove anything dead, diseased and damaged, then stand back and really look at the patient. Now go back and prune to shape. Cut branches all the way to where they meet a main branch – do not leave little stumps poking out unless you really need a place to hang your hat. • Apply lime to lawns and vegetable beds and around your roses now. If you didn’t yet fertilize with a fall and winter lawn food, this is the week to feed the lawn so it can crowd out new weeds in the spring. (Do not use a weed-and-feed product.) • Got lilies that are blooming less or with smaller f lowers? Lilies are easy to grow in western Washington but they


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Concerns surround the practice of ‘wind sailing’ Does wind sailing really help reduce the risk of tree or branch failures in our tall evergreens? Maybe so, but many arborists question the practice. Some tree service companies promote the idea that removal of branches throughout a tree’s canopy will reduce wind resistance and make a tree safer. This may seem logical to a homeowner since fewer branches would appear to allow strong winds to pass through a tree canopy, reduce the number of branches susceptible to breakage and prevent the tree from swaying so much during severe storms. While such a treatment may appear to make sense, the truth paints a different

combination of heavy winds and saturated ground. Keep in mind that Mother Nature allows trees to grow to adapt Dennis Tompkins to their surroundings. While mankind has Columnist altered many of the natural environments, picture and raises a numtrees generally still ber of questions about the have the ability to survive practice. the increased exposure to the First, there is no scientific elements. evidence that wind sailing Some studies have demmakes a tree safer. There are onstrated that the outside thousands of trees in resi- limbs actually buffer the dential areas that have never trees by deflecting the winds been wind sailed that have around the canopy. This survived severe storms for enables branches to protect decades. Many of the trees each other and the trunk. that did fail likely suffered Aggressive branch removal, from a root rot disease or however, can expose the could not withstand the remaining limbs to strong

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Season over for WR volleyball, EHS soccer

Great Northwest Athletic Conference cross country championships. And she also played a key role in the tightly-bunched Falcon team that earned a qualifying berth at regionals. This week has the SPU team returning to the same venue – the Plantes Ferry Athletic Complex in Spokane – for nationals. It’s the second year in a row SPU has earned a national berth. A highlight during the season came in late September when Calvert was named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference female Athlete of the Week for women’s cross country. The honor came after she finished fourth overall and led her squad to the team title in the Saint Martin’s Invitational.

The White River High girls survived the opening round of last weekend’s West Central District volleyball tournament, but dropped a pair of Saturday matches and were eliminated. With the exit from district play, the season came to an end. The Hornets opened tourney play at Franklin Pierce High with a 3-0, Friday night victory over Lindbergh. Having jumped to the winner’s side of the bracket, White River suffered a 3-1 loss Saturday afternoon to the Washington Patriots. Pushed into a loser-out round, the Hornets lost to the Sequim Wolves 3-1, bringing the season to a close.

Hannah Calvert has helped her Seattle Pacific squad qualify for the Division II national meet. Photo courtesy Seattle Pacific

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• • • The Enumclaw High soccer team’s season came to a hard-fought close Saturday when the Hornets fell to the Peninsula Seahawks in a shootout. The pair squared off at Highline Stadium in a winner-to-state, loser-out contest as part of the bi-district tournament. Enumclaw had defeated Peninsula twice during the regular season but couldn’t put the Seahawks away a third time. The bi-district tourney had opened Thursday and included a lopsided victory by the Hornets. Enumclaw found the goal six times in a shutout win over Foss High at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner.

toted the ball six times on a seven play, 99-yard drive. The only non-Fagan play was a tricky number where quarterback Sean Hayes handed off to Dustin France who launched a long pass to Garrett Quiles. The play covered 51 yards and took the ball to the nine-

dropped on the winning side of the crossbar. The Hornets sealed the deal with 5:24 on the game clock by doing what the Hornets do best – handing the ball to Fagan. He

yard line, setting the stage for Fagan to score on the next play. The long drive immediately followed a dramatic goal-line stand. The Hornets stuffed the Bulldogs on a fourth-down play that started just inches from paydirt. White River won the game on the ground, rushing for 296 yards. Fagan was the workhorse, carrying the ball 28 times for 189 yards.

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keeping the Hornets in the running for a trip to the state championships. That wasn’t in the cards, however, as EHS fell 3-1 to a Kennedy Catholic team that went on to claim the bidistrict’s final state entry. Following the tourney, Carel noted her pride in a team that has just two seniors, Olivia Bannerot and Lindsey Leighton. “This is the youngest team I have ever coached at the varsity level,” she said, adding that this year’s crew lost to just three teams and all are headed to the 3A state tournament.

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A pair of White River High cross country runners competed Saturday against the best the Class 2A ranks had to offer. Sophomore Madison Moser placed 51st in the field, touring the Sun Willows course in 20:25, and junior Brenna Liebel was 87th, finishing in 21:02. They had qualified for the state championships during the previous week’s district meet.


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Brew Fest to keep Expo Center hopping Saturday Staff Writer

The former Enumclaw Oktoberfest underwent a name change this year to go along with the many other evolutionary steps it has taken. Now, the inaugural Enumclaw Brew Fest aims to be an essential experience for first-time tasters and beer connoisseurs alike, said event coordinator Joanne Young. Brew Fest is a 21-and-over event planned for noon to midnight Saturday at the Enumclaw Expo Center exhibition hall. The transition from Oktoberfest to Brew Fest occurred for a variety of reasons but the biggest issue was scheduling conflicts, Young said. It was difficult to plan the event in October because coordinators didn’t want to interfere with Halloween and Enumclaw High’s homecoming. “We’re setting this (event) up to be a safe place for adults in the community to come and have fun,” Young said. “This is a one-day event, from noon to midnight, so people can show up whenever is most convenient for them. Everyone is gearing up for the holidays. This is a way to get out for a few hours with your friends and really enjoy it.” Schafer’s Bar and Grill in Sumner coordinated the brews to be offered. More than two dozen selections

Craft festival is next on schedule The upcoming Brew Fest is the first of two consecutive weekend events at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The fifth annual Festival of Crafts and Gifts begins its three-day run Friday. Things get rolling at 10 a.m. all three days, with closing time at 6 p.m Friday and Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday. Aside from vendors and entertainment, Santa will be on hand for photos from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, from 10 a.m. to noon and again from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday and from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $3 at the door, with kids 12 and younger getting in free. For information: www.enumclawfestivalofcrafts.com. will be available, many of which come from Northwest breweries. Games like beer pong will be played all day, with prizes to be awarded as the games progress to tournaments. Attendees can also enjoy a selection of food and live entertainment. UC7 — a classic rock, R&B and funk band from Seattle — will keep the party going. Admission is $10 and include two taste vouchers, a $5 discount from previous years. Additional taste vouchers are available for $1 each. Designated drivers are offered half-price admission, which includes two Crater Lake root beer tastes. Brew Fest attendees coming from afar, or even locals who don’t have a designated driver, are offered reduced lodging rates at the Expo Center campground. Picnic tables and utility hookups are available at the rate of

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DeAira Handugan, a graduate from White River High School, was recently honored as the “outstanding new professional” by the Washington Association for Career and Technical Education. The award is given annually to a teacher who has shown exceptional dedication to students and the profession. Handugan received her award during the association’s conference in Yakima. Handugan teaches family and consumer sciences at Chief Sealth International High School in Seattle. Within her first three years on campus, she founded a Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Club at Chief Sealth, coached girls varsity softball, advised the Filipino Club, wrote and implemented a program for the student store, partnered with nutrition services to redesign the lunch menu and helped the com-

munity urban garden that was featured on NBC. Additionally, she has been a liaison for Ignite – a program to introduce young women to the information technology field and provide students with job shadows and internships at Microsoft. Within her professional organization, Handugan is a public relations co-chair, organized several conferences and presented at the National Academy Foundation conference. One of her students, Dianlyn Cenidoza, said Handugan “is someone that students can easily get along which makes it easier for us to reach out to her for help; whether it be with class-related issues or personal business. She will always be there whenever someone is in need.” National Academy Foundation

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Market shows recovery despite home sale drop Staff Writer

Evidence points to an overall improvement in the Northwest real estate market but last month’s sales showed a 2.7 percent drop from one year prior. Such

a decrease could be due to the federal government shutdown that plagued the country in early October, according to the Northwest Multiple Listing Services (NWMLS). The reduction represents the first negative year-to-year comparison

Business of the Year Torch Awards Better Business Bureau announces that it is now accepting entries and nominations for the 2014 Business of the Year Torch Awards. Each year, one business in Western Washington is selected to receive this prestigious award because of its dedication to excellence in the marketplace. Nominations will be accepted until Nov. 30, 2013; businesses that are nominated will be contacted and encouraged to submit entries. All entries must be submitted electronically or postmarked by Dec. 31, 2013. Winners will be announced no

HONORED FROM 1 Coordinator C. Joanne Patrick said, “DeAira’s insight into the learning styles of her students allow her to adapt lessons to best meet the students’ needs and further engage them in the learning process. She encourages students’ participation in activities outside the classroom and is a role model for them.” A Chief Sealth par-

in Pierce County is currently $345,846. The county is broken up into sections, some of which have averages as low as $140,000 and others as high as $530,000. Likewise, there were 1,781 closed sales in King County, compared to 1,429 previously. A total cost raise of 12.5 percent was seen. Industry experts seem to

agree the NWMLS market is transforming from one of low ball offers and rapid paced sales to a sustainable, healthy level. “We are two years into what has been a very steady recovery. It’s OK and actually healthy to have a slight slowdown,” Mike Gain said president and CEO of Prudential Northwest

Realty Associates. One challenge the market faces is low inventory and high demand, according to RE/MAX Professionals Principal Managing Broker Dick Beeson. “It still looks like a potential housing shortage in Puget Sound come 2015 if building doesn’t increase,” Beeson said.

later than March 1, 2014. Submit Entries Online, by Fax or by Mail To: BBB Business of the Year Torch Awards c/o Better Business Bureau 1000 Station Drive, Ste 222 DuPont, WA 98327 Fax: 206-436-5419 Download the online entry form at akorww.bbb.org. “The Torch Awards embody the ideals BBB works to advance in the marketplace,” said Tyler Andrew, CEO of BBB..

ent, Tim Garlock, called Handugan “one of the most dedicated and innovative teachers we have been involved with during my son’s education. I am grateful that my son has had a chance to be involved with her. She is a role model for her students as well as her colleagues. Her commitment and professionalism make her one of the best teachers working in the school today. I wish every teacher were more like her.”

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Enumclaw couple celebrates 50th with Alaska cruise Larry and Judy Shaffer of Enumclaw celebrated 50 years of marriage. They were united June 2, 1963, in Fruitland, Idaho. He is a graduate of Portland State University and worked 41 years in the banking industry. She worked 18 years for the Oregon Department of Transportation. They raised their family

since April 2011. Overall October home sales rose almost 3.2 percent from September, according to NWMLS. Closed sales in Pierce County numbered 700, as opposed to the 551 counted previously. The median cost of a home was raised 8.6 percent. The year-todate average cost of a home

in Idaho and Oregon and have lived in Enumclaw for the past 10 years. They have three children and seven grandchildren. They celebrated their golden anniversary with family, spending a week in Deer Lake, Wash. Additionally, in August, they took a cruise to Alaska to complete their anniversary celebration.

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Buckley does not discriminate on the basis of disabilities. If you need special accommodat i o n s, p l e a s e c o n t a c t City Hall within three business days prior to the Public Hear ing at ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 7801. Comments may be presented orally at the Public Hearing or submitted in writing to Dave Schmidt, City Administrator, P. O. Box 1960, Buckley, WA 98321, or by e-mail to: city@cityofbuckley.com, prior to 5 : 0 0 P M o n M o n d ay, November 25, 2013. Questions may be answered by contacting C i t y s t a f f a t ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 7 8 0 1 . A c o py o f t h e budget will be available at City Hall on November 19, 2013. DATED this 29th day of October, 2013. Posted: N o ve m b e r 7 , 2013 Published: N o v e m b e r 13, 2013 and November 20, 2013 # 526101 11/13/13, 11/20/13

public input and comment from interested individuals or groups on declaring the property at 600 and 610 Rosewood Drive as surplus to the sewer utility’s needs. Buckley does not discriminate on the basis of disabilities. If you need special accommodat i o n s, p l e a s e c o n t a c t City Hall within three business days prior to the Public Hear ing at ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 7801. Comments may be presented orally at the Public Hearing or submitted in writing to Dave Schmidt, City Administrator, P. O. Box 1960, Buckley, WA 98321, or by e-mail to: city@cityofbuckley.com, prior to 5 : 0 0 P M o n M o n d ay, November 25, 2013. Questions may be answered by contacting C i t y s t a f f a t ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 7801. DATED this 6th day of November, 2013. Posted: N o ve m b e r 7 , 2013 Published: N o v e m b e r 13, 2013 # 526088 11/13/13 Public Hearing Notice Town of Carbonado The Carbonado Town Council will be considering rate increases for water rates, sewer rates, garbage rates, cemetery rates, storm water rates, telephone utility rates, cable utility rates, electricity utility rates on November 11th and November 25th, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at the Town Hall. The purpose of the hear ing is to discuss revenue sources as well as other par ts of the 2013 budget. Residents are encouraged to attend or submit written comments to the Clerk no later than noon on the above date. /s/ Daillene Argo Clerk-Treasurer # 525094 11/6/13, 11/13/13 TOWN OF SOUTH PRAIRIE TOWN OF SOUTH PRAIRIE Ordinance No. 540 An Ordinance of the Town of South Prairie, Pierce County, Washington adopting a Budget for Fiscal Year ending December 31, 2014. Resolution No. 326 A Resolution of the Town of South Prairie, Pierce County, Washington adopting the Regular Proper ty Tax Levy for Collection in 2014 for South Prairie EMS (Emergency Medical Services). Resolution No. 327 A Resolution of the Town of South Prairie, Pierce County, Washington adopting the Regular Proper ty Tax Levy for Collection in 2014. # 526058 11/13/13 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of DONALD DEAN MORRIS, Deceased. Case No. 13-4-11672-1 KNT

CITY OF ENUMCLAW PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE REGARDING THE 2014 PRELIMINARY BUDGET The Enumclaw City Council has scheduled three Public Hearings to receive public input on the 2014 Preliminary Budget. The first will be Tuesday, November 12, 2013 the second will be Monday, November 25, 2013; both meetings are a 7:30pm ar City Hall. Comments for or against m ay b e m a d e a t t h e Public Hearing, in writing to the City Clerk at 1339 Griffin Avenue, Enumclaw, WA 98022, or by email to the City Clerk mshirey@ci.enumNOTICE OF claw.wa.us. For further PUBLIC HEARING information call StephaBUCKLEY nie McKenzie, Finance TRANSPORTATION Director, at (360)615BENEFIT DISTRICT 5 6 2 9 , f r o m 2014 PROPOSED 9:00am-5:00pm, MonBUDGET Fri, or smckenN OT I C E I S H E R E B Y zie@ci.enumclaw.wa.us. GIVEN that the Buckley # 526515 Transpor tation Benefit 11/13/13, 11/20/13 District will hold a Public KING COUNTY DEPT. H e a r i n g s h o r t l y a f t e r OF PERMITTING 6:00 PM at its regular & ENVIRONMENTAL m e e t i n g o n Tu e s d ay, REVIEW (DPER) November 26, 2013, at 35030 SE Douglas St., the Buckley MultipurSte. 210, Snoqualmie pose Building, at 811 WA 98065-9266 Main Street, Buckley. NOTICE OF The purpose of the PubCOMMUNITY MEETING lic Hearing is to solicit REQUESTS: Grading public input and comPermit (GRDE) ment from interested inFiles: GRDE12-0008 dividuals or groups on Applicant: John Straub the 2014 PROPOSED Site location: 8 miles B U D G E T f o r t h e s o u t h e a s t o f C i t y o f T R A N S P O R TAT I O N E n u m c l a w , P a r c e l s BENEFIT DISTRICT. Nos.: 061908-9001 and Buckley Transpor tation -9001 Benefit District does not Proposal: Expansion discriminate on the basis and continuation of silica of disabilities. If you rock mining need special accommoProject Manager: Fred dations, please contact White City Hall within three C o m m u n i t y M e e t i n g business days prior to Date, Time & Location: the Public Hear ing at N o ve m b e r 2 5 , 2 0 1 3 , ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . from 6:30 PM to 9:00 7801. PM, Green River Com- Comments may be premunity College Campus sented orally at the Puba t 4 1 4 G r i f f i n A v e , lic Hearing or submitted Enumclaw, Room 15. in writing to Milt Trem# 526037 b l a y, Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n 11/13/13 Benefit District President, P. O. Box 1960, MEETING NOTICE Buckley, WA 98321, or OF THE by e-mail to: jstarr@cityENUMCLAW CITY ofbuckley.com, prior to COUNCIL 5 : 0 0 P M o n M o n d ay, EXPO CENTER November 25, 2013. WORKSHOP Notice is hereby given Questions may be anthat the Enumclaw City swered by contacting the C o u n c i l w i l l h ave a n Transpor tation Benefit Expo Center Workshop D i s t r i c t S e c r e t a r y a t Wednesday, November ( 3 6 0 ) 8 2 9 - 1 9 2 1 , ex t . 13, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. at 7 8 0 1 . A c o py o f t h e City Hall located at 1339 budget will be available Griffin Ave. Enumclaw, at City Hall on NovemWA 98022. This meeting ber 19, 2013. DATED this 29th day of is open to the public. October, 2013. # 526510 Posted: N o ve m b e r 7 , 11/13/13 2013 Published: N o v e m b e r NOTICE OF PUBLIC 13, 2013 HEARING # 526092 2014 PROPOSED 11/13/13 BUDGET CITY OF BUCKLEY NOTICE OF PUBLIC N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y HEARING GIVEN that the Buckley SURPLUS PROPERTY City Council will hold a AT 600 AND 610 Public Hearing shor tly ROSEWOOD DRIVE after 7:00 PM at its reguCITY OF BUCKLEY lar meeting on Tuesday, N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y November 26, 2013, at GIVEN that the Buckley the Buckley Multipur- City Council will hold a pose Building, at 811 Public Hearing shor tly Main Street, Buckley. after 7:00 PM at its reguThe purpose of the Pub- lar meeting on Tuesday, lic Hearing is to solicit November 26, 2013, at public input and com- the Buckley Multipurment from interested in- pose Building, at 811 dividuals or groups on Main Street, Buckley. the 2014 PROPOSED The purpose of the PubBUDGET. lic Hearing is to solicit

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PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) DAV I D S C OT T B RYSON has been appointed as Executor/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose bef o r e t h e d e c e d e n t ’s death 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 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: November 8, 2013. Date of First Publication: November 13, 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/ David Scott Bryson Executor/Personal Representative # 526441 11/13/13, 11/20/13, 11/27/13

Wilkeson Planning Commission will hold a public hearing November 20th at Wilkeson Town Hall at 6:30PM seeking public i n p u t o n W i l k e s o n ’s Skate Park. Topics will include: recommendation to council on location of the future Wilkeson Skate Park, approval of design of skate park and rezoning of Parcel 0619286001 located at 22212 163rd S t E , W i l k e s o n , WA 98396 from single family residential to parks for the inclusion of a skate park facility. The planning commission will conduct their regular meeting following the hearing. # 522825 11/6/13, 11/13/13 The Courier-Herald Reaches Far Beyond Other Advertising Vehicles* +81.4% over direct mail +54.2% over Val Pak +94.1% over Red Plum *Source- Pulse Reports

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ELFERS FROM 6 themselves look good, rather than struggling honestly to find the best answers for the city. Often their questions and statements embarrassed paid staff or other elected officials. I have seen this choice especially during political campaigns where ads in the paper or letters to the editor distorted what was going on. Truth seemed to be lost in the welter of words and the desire to win. Some politicians are clever at hiding their real inten-

Wednesday, November 13, 2013 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 27 tions, so they word their statements to come across as high sounding about the passage of new laws and ordinances, whereas the real intent is to personally benefit them or their friends. The importance of ordinances and laws depends on careful, precise wording. It is easy to change the meaning of a law to benefit one group or another by changing even one word. There are ways to discern between service and selfishness, all of which

require time and thought: research their history and look for patterns; watch the candidate on TV or speak to them in person; leave messages to officials and then observe whether they reply. Follow up tells a great deal about an official’s level of integrity – doing what they promised they would do. In other words, public officials who want to serve can only be understood through diligence and effort. That is the cost and the benefit of good gov-

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ST. ELIZABETH BIRTHS A boy, Remington James, born at 11:10 p.m. Oct. 25, 2013, to Katie and Isaiah Lunde of Buckley. A boy, born Oct. 27, 2013, to Karalee and Jason Gregg of Enumclaw. A girl, Claire Elizabeth Meyers, born Nov. 7, 2013, to Kristi and Steve Meyers of Bonney Lake.

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looks pretty tough to beat. She’s been a precinct committee officer, chairwoman of the Jefferson County Democratic Party and field director for the state party. She’s also worked for former Gov. Gary Locke and U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell and raised money and organized get-out-the-vote efforts in dozens of campaigns through the years. Whoever is chosen to lead the Senate caucus and chair the state party must confront the challenge of slowly eroding support for Democratic candidates in suburban communities of Snohomish, King and Pierce counties. It’s a trend which is giving rise to hopes of a Republican resurrection in the Legislature next year and statewide in 2016. Nowhere is this evolution clearer than in the state Senate where there are 26 Democrats and 23 Republicans but it is the members of the Grand Old Party who are running the show. That’s because two moderate Democrats — Sen. Rodney Tom of Medina and Tim Sheldon of Potlatch — ambled across the partisan aisle a year ago and united with those Republicans to form the Majority Coalition Caucus. Biery said if elected she wants to pick up four seats in the state Senate in the 2014 elections. She said she’ll look to win in every corner of the state using a strategy of raising money to reinvest in the county party operations. “We’ve got to get more people elected in rural places,” she said. “I know how hard it is for the little guys in the hinterland to do what they want and need to do.”

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Clean quickly with two- and three-hour Min-2-Max Burner —the widest Self-Clean Options. 26 Cu. Ft. Standard-Depth ®

range BTU performance.

Side-by-Side Refrigerator 30" Gas Cooktop FFHS2622MS

30" Freestanding Range FFEF3048LS Electric FFGF3053LS Gas

EW30GC60IS Crisper Drawers Stackable CrispertoDrawers allow you to customize fit allow you to customize to fit your needs.

(Extra charge for gas.)

3-Piece Kitchen Suite Flip-Up Shelves easily make room for$ taller items. 1698 2838 your needs.

Flip-Up Shelves easily electro lu xappli a nces. c o m make room for taller items. Slide-Under Shelving creates more space effortlessly.

*Via mail-in rebate. Rebate is an American Express® Reward Card. See sales associate for qualifying model numbers, details, product categories and rebate form. Refer to rebate form for terms and conditions. American Express Reward Cards can be used at US merchants that accept American Express® Cards except cruise lines, ATMs, and recurring billing. Visit americanexpress.com/Reward for complete terms. Subject to applicable Price law, a $2.00 Monthly Service Fee shall-be12/04/2013 assessed against the Card balance 7 months after Card issuance. This Card is issued pursuant to a loyalty, reward or other promotionalPrice program.valid Card issued by valid 11/07/2013 11/07/2013 American Express Prepaid Card Management Corporation. American Express is not a sponsor of this promotion. Limit one rebate per category. At participating retailers. 1As measured by adjusted rack space.

Bothell Location:

Shoreline location:

18811 Bothell Way NE Bothell, WA 98011 (425) 485 - 0551

18815 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA 98133 (206) 542 - 8911

Slide-Under Shelving creates Lynnwood Location! more space effortlessly.

- 11/30/2013

Overlake Location! New Sumner Location! GraNd opeNiNG! 5810 196th St SW 14701 NE 20th St 1202 Main Street #100Lynnwood, 5049 SWA Tacoma 98036Way Bellevue, WA 98007 Sumner, WA 98390 (425)Tacoma, WA 98409 (425) 628-2518 776-3184 (253) 475 - 4088 (253) 833 - 0630

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Four times more water coverage with OrbitClean.®

Enumclaw Courier-Herald, November 13, 2013  

November 13, 2013 edition of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald

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