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Panel OKs new hires, field turf replacement BY STEVE HUNTER firstname.lastname@example.org
A Kent City Council committee voted 2-1 to approve in 2014 new police and jail hires, replacement of the Wilson Playfields synthetic turf and hiring a consultant to help bring more retail business to town.
Council President Dennis Higgins and Les Thomas voted for the budget adjustments at the Tuesday meeting of the Operations Committee. Jamie Perry voted against it. The budget adjustment ordinance goes to the full council for approval at its 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 meeting
at City Hall. The council has a $1.9 million surplus heading into the second year of the 2013-14 budget. The committee voted to spend about $1.2 million with the rest going to pay down internal debt if the money is still there by the end of 2014.
Higgins said the council understands the $1.9 million is a one-time surplus. That extra is on top of the cash set aside in a reserve fund of $4.4 million and a contingency fund of $1.5 million for unanticipated costs.
The 33rd Legislative District Democrats nominated Kent City Councilwoman Elizabeth Albertson Tuesday night to fill the state House seat being vacated by Dave Upthegrove.
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Frager Farm Stand shooting remains under investigation BY STEVE HUNTER email@example.com
ROOFTOP RESCUE Kent firefighters rescue an injured worker Tuesday from The Platform Apartments under construction at West Smith Street and Fourth Avenue North. The man suffered non-life threatening
injuries. Firefighters used their aerial ladder truck and a rescue basket to remove the construction worker. The man was working on the roof of the five-story building. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter
Plans moving ahead to open charter school BY ROSS COYLE firstname.lastname@example.org
Adel Sefrioui is hoping to open a new public charter school in Kent. The Excel Public Charter School,
under consideration with 18 other charters, would take state funding but operate independently of the Kent School District. Assuming the proposal is approved by the Washington Charter School Commission, it will
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The shooting death of an alleged burglar by a Kent property owner on Oct. 2 remains under investigation by the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. A deputy prosecuting attorney is reviewing the shooting, said Dan Donohoe, spokesman for the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Detectives for the King County Sheriff ’s Office turned over their investigation last week to prosecutors of the Frager Farm Stand shooting, said Sgt.
Cindi West of the Sheriff ’s Office. “They (prosecutors) will have to review it then make a decision regarding charges or not (against the shooter),” West said in an email. “They can also send it back to the detective to get more info before making a decision.” The 64-year-old property owner has not been arrested in the case. He shot and killed Pablo Young, 19, after Young and Dylan M. Taylor, 21, reportedly broke into the Frager Farm Stand office in the 25100 block of Frager Road [ more SHOOTING page 5 ]
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Unearthing artifacts of his father’s service, Shelton finds unique slices of history BY ROSS COYLE email@example.com
Above: Marcus Shelton holds up memorial discs given to his father who was assigned to John F. Kennedy’s grave site. The box on the right contains his father’s fingerprint analysis tools from his work with the FBI. All of these artifacts were buried in records until he unearthed them after his father’s death. Right: A personal letter of commendation, bearing J. Edgar Hoover’s signature is one of many pieces of history filed in Thomas Shelton’s binders. Also enclosed in binders are personal letters from the Trump family, Ray Charles, Bob Hope, Priscilla Presley, Larry King and Raymund Burr. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter
While he is uncertain exactly what he’ll do with the artifacts, Marcus said that they’ll stay in the family. He’s received offers from organizations to buy them but has turned them down. “They’re part of the family legacy,” he said with a laugh.
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a Moroccan father and Iranian mother, said that his parents instilled the importance of education early on. “Something that they both instilled in me at a young age,” he said, “was that education could be a great equalizer in society.” Among the differences between public schools and the Excel Charter School will be a longer school day and year, Sefrioui said. He hopes to bring the school day out to nine hours and expand the days that the school is open. Traditional public school days run for 180 days of the year, while he hopes to have Excel open for 193 days. Doing so will allow the school to incorporate more
creative electives, he said, such as computer programing and biotechnology classes. It will also allow students in seventh and eighth grade more time to study subjects so that they can move into accelerated classes when they reach high school grades. Should Excel be approved, Sefrioui hopes to focus more intensely on STEM subjects at the school. STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) have been sorely lacking in the U.S. Excel’s application will be available for public viewing in the next few weeks. more story online… kentreporter.com
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Despite having passed away six years ago, Thomas Shelton still teaches his son, Marcus, about his accomplishments in life. While going through his father’s possessions, the 55-year-old concert promoter and Army veteran discovered a number of artifacts and memorabilia from his father’s life and work, including signed letters by J. Edgar Hoover, Kennedy memorial plates and an original FBI fingerprint analysis kit from the 1960s. Thomas Shelton served 10 years in the Air Force as an MP before changing careers to become one of the first FBI fingerprint analysts. After JFK’s assassination in 1963, he was posted to the grave site at the special request of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. While on site, he took several photos and posted them in a personal photo album which has survived until today. It was dumb luck that his son found the materials when he did, while going through his father’s belongings. “They don’t realize later on down the road,” Marcus said, “that you got a lot of history on your hands.” These major events occurred when Marcus was only 4 years old, and afterward his father rarely spoke of them. Discovering the artifacts gave Marcus a better understanding not only of his parents, but his place in the world as a child. “You don’t realize ‘till you get older that you were involved in this history,” Marcus said.
December 6, 2013 
KENTHOPE DAY CENTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN TO OPEN KentHOPE hosts an open house Dec. 14 to celebrate the grand opening of its day shelter for homeless women and children. The KentHOPE Day Center is at 9009 Canyon Drive in Kent. The community at-large is welcome to tour the center during the open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Donations of nonperishable food items will be accepted to stock the cupboard. Parking is available at KentMeridian High School,10020 SE 256th St., where a free shuttle will operate. The day center is also on the Metro Transit Route 169. “I’m excited that we are finally opening and pleased that we can open the doors during this holiday season,” said Pat Gray, chair of KentHOPE. The center will open in early December, and the hours will be from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day. Services will include: Showers, laundry facilities and restrooms; three healthy meals served daily; computer and life skills training; GED and employment assistance; counseling; advocacy for services; computers with internet access; and a clothing bank.
BY STEVE HUNTER
Standard and Poor’s upgraded the city of Kent’s credit rating from A+ with a negative outlook to AA- with a stable outlook, because of the city’s improved financial standing. In its Dec. 2 report, Standard and Poor’s stated the increase was based on the city’s progress toward rebuilding its reserve levels, which is due, in part, to proactive financial management and new revenues. AAA and AA are the highest ratings by Standard & Poor’s and D is the lowest. Mayor Suzette Cooke thanked staff and council members for their
dedication to careful cost-cutting, adopting new revenues, establishing financial policies and re-building the city’s financial base. “It is because of these tough decisions Standard and Poor’s has elevated our credit rating back to where it was prior to the recession,” Cooke said in a city media release. Standard and Poor’s noted the improved rating included Kent’s strong economy, budgetary performance and liquidity of finances. Projections for 2013 show an improved general fund reserve position of nearly 10 percent of expenditures, partly because of a recovery in revenue and certain revenue enhancement resulting in better-than-budgeted revenue.
For 2013, the city is projecting a positive general fund result. Total government available cash is at 20.3 percent of total governmental fund expenditures. “The efforts we’ve taken as a city are paying off, and we’ve done it while working through the recession and maintaining vital services,” Cooke said. “Our goal continues to be efficient and effective delivery of city services as we move Kent forward.” City Finance Director Bob Nachlinger said the improved credit rating is a tremendous accomplishment and demonstrates the city’s commitment to strict financial policies. “Standard and Poor’s is an independent agency looking at our
internal finances and the numbers tell the real story,” Nachlinger said in a statement. “This is a very important upgrade for Kent and is a true recognition of the work we’ve done to improve the fiscal picture of this city.” Standard and Poor’s, along with Moody’s Investor Services, issues annual reviews of the city’s financial status focusing on bond rating and credit worthiness. Moody’s last issued a city credit review in September 2012 and downgraded the city to a Baa2 rating from A1. The Moody’s ratings range from a top mark of Aaa and then drop to Aa, A, Baa, Ba, B, Caa, Ca and C. Numerical modifiers 1, 2, and 3 also are added to letterratings with 1 the highest.
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Police seek public’s help to identify robber Kent Police Detectives are hoping that the public can help identify a man wanted for the robbery of a Chase Bank branch in Kent. The robbery occurred at 10231 SE 240th St. in Kent’s East Hill area. The suspect entered the bank at about 5:25 p.m. on Nov. 27. He
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approached a bank teller at the counter and proceeded to present the bank teller with a note. While no weapon was seen, the note implied that the suspect had a gun. The suspect was given an undisclosed amount of cash, whereupon he fled on foot. Patrol officers saturated the immediate area but didn’t find the man. Call the Kent Police tip line at 253-856-5808 with information about the case.
Efforts to create a unique loop trail experience in Kent continue as city parks planners have identified five potential loop routes using the Green River and Interurban Trails. “With the public’s help, we’ve identified five different loop scenarios, each with varying lengths, said Brian Levenhagen, city parks planner in a city media release. “We reviewed hundreds of ideas and consolidated them into these proposed options, which run through several parks and along both sides of the Green River.” Last summer, the city received 275 responses to an online survey which sought ideas on the types of features the loop trail should include, such as signage, improved visibility, restrooms, water fountains and trash cans. “I’m excited for people to see what we’ve come up with and hear what they like and don’t like about our ideas,” Levenhagen said. “The online survey worked so well, we again invite residents and trail users to participate in a virtual public meeting now posted on KentValleyLoopTrail.com. “Participants can find maps and
descriptions of the five proposed loops, many which are already accessible, as well as other information about the project. We hope to get a strong response before the survey closes Dec. 20.” The goal of the project is to examine the trail assets that exist today and look at ways to improve connections, and add amenities to make them safer, more comfortable to use and easier to access. Possible improvements include additional restrooms benches and water fountains, improved road crossings, completed “missing links,” improved connections to nearby attractions and way-finding and interpretive signage. Levenhagen said it’s difficult to make formal requests for funding without a proposal in hand. “Potential funders want to see the big picture, so having the dollars in place isn’t always a necessary first step,” he said. “Before the loop trail can become a reality, we have to anticipate and address the needs and wants of current and potential loop trail users. This survey will help us do that.” The proposed Kent Valley Loop Trail will be a paved, multi-use loop capitalizing on the Green River and Interurban trails.
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The 33rd Legislative District Democrats nominated Kent City Councilwoman Elizabeth Albertson Tuesday night to fill the state House seat being vacated by Dave Upthegrove. Albertson’s nomination will go before the Metropolitan King County Council for approval, possibly Jan. 6 or 13. Albertson decided not to seek a third four-year term on the City Council in order to run for a state
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House seat. She would serve one year as a replacement and run for a full term in 2014. Upthegrove is leaving the Legislature after his election in November to the District 5 seat on the County Council. He will replace Julia Patterson, who decided not to seek re-election, starting on Jan. 1. The 33rd District covers parts of Kent, Des Moines, SeaTac, Normandy Park and Burien. Precinct Committee Officers (83 voted) picked Albertson over SeaTac City Councilwoman Mia Gregorson and 33rd Democrat District Chair Omaha Sternberg. Sternberg said in
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an email that she was not a serious contender as she made it clear she supported Albertson. “I feel that Elizabeth was the stronger candidate with a more mature outlook on the future and a better prepared plan for the district,” Sternberg said. The County Council will consider all three names before making its pick. Albertson will serve at her final City Council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 10. The city will host a farewell for Albertson and outgoing Councilwoman Jamie Perry from 6-7 p.m. at City Hall before the meeting.
three-year cultural project between the institute and Quinault master carver, Guy Capoeman. The paddles, made from cedar and fir, will be used to “pull” or paddle a 32-foot ocean-going canoe, which the youth assisted Capoeman in constructing last year. The canoe, built from over 1,000-year-old windfall cedar from the Quinault Indian Nation, and the paddles are an effort to renew culture. The Kent and Covington students, who come from different races and backgrounds, studied their own respective cultures, as well as that of the Quinault, in participating in the project. This summer the students travelled to Taholah to participate in the weeklong cultural celebrations of Tribal Canoe Journeys with more than 10,000 people. They welcomed the arrival of the “R.S. Capoeman” canoe, “pulled” by Quinault youth through the Strait of Juan de Fuca and down the Pacific Coast. Project supporters
include the Quinault Indian Nation, the Muckleshoot Tribe, U.S. Bank, Moneytree, the Tulalip Tribes, Snoqualmie Tribe, Squaxin Island Tribe, Middle Green River Coalition, the Halo Network, and other area businesses. “Working on the paddles with UPS was a great bonding experience,” said Yajiara Guevarra, a Kent Phoenix Academic sophomore. “My partner, Douglas, had a great sense of compassion and creativity. We learned about each other’s cultures, together.” Community Relations Supervisor AJ Nelson, added, “It was very inspiring to spend the afternoon with the ICL students. I especially enjoyed hearing about the goals and aspirations of the young people who I painted alongside. After spending just one afternoon at the ICL, I am convinced that the future of our community is bright.” To learn more, visit www. facebook.com/icleadership or www.icleadership.org.
[ BUDGET from page 1 ] “We’re trying to be very conservative in how we spend it,” Higgins said at the Tuesday meeting. “The bulk of the money as it is planned now will go to pay off internal debt. I want to make sure the community understands the council is being quite conservative with this one-time surplus and is acting very frugally with it to preserve a key city asset in Wilson Playfields that would otherwise be shut down.” About $500,000 would go toward replacing the synthetic turf at Wilson Playfields, a popular soccer, baseball and softball complex along 132nd Avenue Southeast. The cost to replace the turf is an estimated $1.5 million to $2 million. The rest of the The rest of the funds for the turf replacement next year would come out of the capital projects fund. The budget adjustment also includes the hiring of six police officers, an administrative assistant to the police chief and a city jail corrections officer. The police officers will cost about $686,000, the assistant $93,000 and the jail officer $86,000. Another $60,000 would be spent to hire a consultant for recruitment and retention of retail businesses. Perry said she opposes the budget adjustments because she believes the city needs to stop spending more money until its revenue forecasts improve. “We have projections that over the next foreseeable future it may be that we can’t even pay current
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expenses,” Perry said. “Although our budget is balanced, it’s structurally imbalanced over the next five to 10 years. My concern is we are adding things in without adding the revenue necessary to be able to sustain that in the future.” Tom Brubaker, interim city chief administrative officer, told the council at a budget workshop two weeks ago that even with conservative forecasting the city would spend more than it brings in over the next four years. “I’m afraid over the coming years getting additional revenue coming into the city is going to be a tough sell,” said Perry, whose four-year term expires this month. “If I felt we had the revenue to sustain this budget in the future I would have no problem voting for it and adding additional staff the city absolutely needs. The current staffing levels are not sustainable. We need more police officers and people throughout the city but we need to address how to pay for those people. Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to come up with that silver bullet that solves the revenue problem. “I am hoping the council in the future will address that but I can’t guarantee it will. For that reason, I’m not comfortable passing a budget that we believe based on future projections is not going to be sustainable in the future.” The city budget is available at kentwa.gov/ Budget.aspx.
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State receives 3 Kent applications for marijuana retail stores BY STEVE HUNTER email@example.com
The city of Kent’s sixmonth ban against recreational marijuana businesses hasn’t stopped people from applying for retail store licenses from the State Liquor Control Board. So far, three applicants have applied to open recreational marijuana retail stores in Kent, according to a list posted Tuesday on the liquor board website. The list includes the following proposed business names
and addresses for Kent retail outlets: • Hong Mart Smoke Plus: 23635 104th Ave. S.E. • Odyssey Smoke Shop Inc.: 23254 Military Road S. • Weedsdom: 7641 S. 259th St. Suite 101 The list also includes an applicant who wants to open a producer and processing plant named Organiccare, at 20521 121 St. Way S.E. Another applicant named BWIT wants a producer license for 26010 42nd Ave. S. The City Council voted
[ SHOOTING from page 1 ] minutes later because they South, just outside the city of Kent limits. Young died from a shotgun wound to the chest. Taylor has pleaded not guilty in October to second-degree burglary in connection with the break-in and is no longer in custody in the King County jails. According to charging papers against Taylor, Young and Taylor initially kicked in a door to enter the indoor fruit and produce sales area around 10:30 p.m. Oct. 1. The business office is in a separate building from the produce stand. Taylor and Young fled the produce stand
got “spooked.” The business owner heard the initial commotion from his house next door and went to investigate. The men had fled, but he found the damaged door. He was unable to secure the door, so he locked one of his dogs inside for extra security. Nothing appeared to be missing from the stand. The man returned to his home and left his bedroom window open so he could hear if anyone returned to the fruit stand. Later that night, at about 1:36 a.m. Oct. 2, the property owner heard his dog barking. He picked up a loaded shotgun, went
4-3 on Nov. 19 to approve a six-month moratorium to keep marijuana businesses out of Kent. The council majority opposes marijuana businesses because the drug is illegal under federal law. Voters statewide approved Initiative 502 in November 2012 to allow recreational marijuana producers, processors and retailers. The liquor board started taking applications Nov. 18 for a 30-day period for those who want to operate the new businesses. The liquor board plans to outside and approached the business office, according to charging papers against Taylor. The property owner could hear someone inside, saw the door to the office partially open and he could see someone inside. He yelled something like, “Don’t come out” or “Get down!” When the door started to open, he fired his shotgun. The owner learned more than one man was inside the office, so he called 911 from his cellphone. He kept guard at the door until deputies arrived. Deputies found Taylor inside the office, which had been ransacked. The office door had
update the application list each Tuesday during the 30-day window. The city of Kent would be allowed as many as three recreational marijuana retail stores under rules passed by the liquor board. But since the city bans recreational marijuana stores as well as production or processing facilities, if someone came to the city for a permit to operate a marijuana retail shop, the city would deny the permit. Applicants could choose to file a lawsuit against the been kicked open. Deputies arrested Taylor for investigation of burglary. Deputies found Young dead inside the office from the shotgun wound. Taylor told deputies that he and Young went to the business to find a place to stay warm. He said Young kicked in the office door and started to search through office drawers. After a few minutes, he heard a gunshot and Young fell to the floor. Taylor said he obeyed the shooter’s commands to stay inside the office until police arrived.
city in an attempt to allow the business. Pat Fitzpatrick, acting city attorney, recommended the council pass a moratorium to clearly define the city’s ban. Liquor board staff will investigate each application before approving a license. An investigator will look at numerous docu-
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Donald Sharp, 71, passed away at home in Covington surrounded by his family on November 27, 2013. He was born January 18, 1942 in Payette, Idaho. He is survived by his wife Alecia; daughters Joanne (Scott) and MarLea; son Wayne; 5 grandchildren; sisters Betty (Marvin) and Charlene (Tim); brothers Jack (June), Robert (Janice), and Thad (Brenda); and several nieces and nephews. Services were held on December 4, 2013. Sign his guestbook at www.edline-yahn. com 935651
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Jamison Scot Ball, Jamie, passed away at his home in Kent,WA on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 surrounded by family. He was 39. Although born in Omaha, NE and spending his school years in Fort Collins, CO, Jamie was proud to call Washington home for the last 20 years of his life. Jamie was an accomplished pool and volleyball player. He enjoyed restoring classic cars, cooking, watching movies, cheering on his beloved Steelers and spending time with his family and friends. Jamie is lovingly remembered by his wife Kristine; daughter Jazmin; father Wes; mother Marcia; brother Byrle; sister Stacey Giffin; loving nieces, nephews and many close friends A Celebration of Life ceremony will take place at the Shilshole Bay Beach Club on Saturday, December 7th. In lieu of sending flowers; memorial donations can be made to Team Ball (Beat Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia) at the Big Climb. All proceeds benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. http://www.llswa.org/site/TR/ Events/BigClimb?team_id=54011&pg=team&fr_id=1390 935967
[ WINTERFEST from page 1 ] Kent Station and ends at Town Square Plaza. The tree lighting ceremony, synchronized with music, fireworks and lights encompassing the entire Town Square Plaza, is at 5:30 p.m. Other festival features – a Santa House, children’s activities including a Christmas story time put on by the Kent Library, a carousel, live
entertainment and free goodies from the Kent Lions and Foundation – will be open to the public throughout Saturday. Holiday reading begins at 3:30 p.m. in the Kent Library. Kids who attend the reading and craft making event will receive VIP seating and treats at the tree lighting immediately following. Kent Winterfest has been held for 31 years
A crowd of 7,000 is expected. Admission is free. The Kent Lions & Foundation are an all-volunteer organization that produce and manage this event. The Kent Lions also produce Kent Cornucopia Days and the Kent Farmers Market, and have a proven track record of successful events that bring the community together to celebrate. Visit www.kcdays.com/winterfest for more information.
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Otha “Al” Arnell Alston, passed away on November 13, 2013 at the age of 79. Al was born in Kannapolis, North Carolina in May of 1934 and was the son of the late Stuart and Hattie Mozella Alston. Al graduated from George Washington Carver High School in Kannapolis, North Carolina in June 1951. Al always sought adventure and challenges in his life so he volunteered and was inducted into the US. Army on June 1954 and served as a Staff Sergeant. His sharp and focused eye on details continued to serve him in the military. He received several awards for being a top quality rifleman and excelled as a soldier and served multiple combat tours in the Korean and Vietnam wars. After 20 years of service, he retired from the Army at Fort Lewis McChord, Washington on July 1974. He attended Green River Community College and received an Associates of Arts degree in Business Administration. He retired in Kent, Washington and started another career as a Maintenance Supervisor for Kent Public School Districts. During the winter nights of heavy ice and snow, his primary concerns were about keeping the children warm and school environments operating efficiently. Al was known for his dedication to his work, his strong work ethic, and his ability to relate to everyone he encountered. He is survived by his sons, Otha Arnell Alston, Jr. and his son Michael Alston and his wife Lisa of Council Bluff, IA and their sons LaRoy and Jerrell Alston; Eugene Alston and his wife Nicole, their children Quincy, Lola, and Fiona of Burlingame, CA; His daughter Deborah Alston of Tacoma, WA and her children Delores and Nakeshia; his Great grandchildren, Shardannay Adams, Dominic Thomas; proceed in death was his brother Thomas Sandy Alston, his sister-inlaw,Willie Mae Shoffner Alston of Gibsonville, NC; his sister, Thressa Alston of Kent, WA; and a host of family, friends, and extended relatives. Services are scheduled at 11 am on Monday, December 9, at Greater Christ Temple Church in Tacoma with interment to follow at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent.933686
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OQ U O T E O F N O T E : “We’re trying to be very conservative in how we spend it. The bulk of the money as it is planned now will go to pay off internal debt.” – Dennis Higgins, Kent City Council president, on the city budget surplus
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Unions far from perfect, but they protect workers Gary McGavran’s letter in the Nov. 29 Reporter (“Unions destroying jobs, area’s future”) is an example of the inability of many people to exercise anything approaching critical thinking. He says he was a Boeing engineer, and if he is telling the truth then he was almost certainly a member of SPEEA, the company’s second biggest union. Had SPEEA not struck a decade or so ago, Mr. McGavran and his colleagues would have lost tens of thousands in income, and many of their jobs would by now have been outsourced to India or some other low-wage country. He seems to bite the hand that fed him. With the 777-X deal, the company correctly assumed it could get whatever it wanted,
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with the promise of new work staying here. Twenty years ago, I covered a Boeing news conference where the then-president promised their corporate headquarters wasn’t going anywhere. They lied then, and could not be trusted not to be
Sound Transit, it’s time to pay the piper For years, the Board of Sound Transit has relied on overloaded city streets and parking lots to carry the ever increasing burden of transit riders. From one end of the Sound to the other, evidence is gathering that change is coming, and Sound Transit is woefully behind.
As the region comes out of the Great Recession, cities are working to build transit communities along the Sound Transit routes. Cities have had plans on the shelves for a decade and now the developers are on the way. Cities require that development include parking for its tenants, but that takes city lots and city-owned properties off the books
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Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says his office is prioritizing as best it can to deal with current and pending legal challenges in the state in the face of a slimmer budget, and he’s confident critical issues are being addressed. In an editorial discussion with Reporter staff Tuesday, Ferguson touted his selection of Nancy Krier as the open government ombudsman for his office and being able to bring that position back to full-time status. The attorney general said he is also proposing a bill to provide locally elected officials with an online training resource for navigating open records requests within the law. While some cities are backing budgets that make government accessibility a firsttier service, others are being challenged by what they consider to Bob Ferguson be burdensome requests for public information. Ferguson said it’s good for local governments to work to clarify with the public what they want in order to narrow the scope of requests, but sometimes it doesn’t matter. “There will be some cost to that and some inconvenience,” he said of following open government laws, “and that’s a fact.” The attorney general’s lawsuit against the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association over campaign finance concealment claims will move forward this month. So far, Ferguson said, the association is accused of hiding the
for surplus parking for Sound. Cities are doing what they have been asked to do by the regional governments and responding rapidly to change. The idea of transit related development has been the hot-button issue with planners, and now it is starting to take place. But transit is not a city issue so much as it is a regional problem, and Sound Transit has made little
doing it again. They extorted tax breaks and other benefits from their political pawns, and expected to do the same with their workers … even while the company is making robust profits because of the work of those very employees. The job of an employer is to run his business, whether it is a shoemaker’s shop or an aerospace giant. The job of a union is to protect the direct interests of members – wages, working conditions, and benefits like health care and pensions. IAM negotiators gave Boeing what it wanted and offered the package to members for a vote. The members – not the union leaders – rejected it. It simply was not a deal that benefited them, now, or in the long run. Mr. McGavran says companies that “do well create more jobs.” That’s the theory of course … but in the wake of [ more LETTERS page 7 ]
effort to engage with the cities to solve the problem. Each study by the staff of the transit authority reveals the fact that a majority of the riders using the service live outside city limits. They use the service, yet the agency’s model of working with cities is to tell each community that alternative modes of transportation must be worked out by the city. Given the facts found in Sound’s studies, the bulk of the transit users don’t live in the immediate city boundaries, so the cities have little ability to control the situation. [ more LEWIS page 7 ]
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[ LETTERS from page 6 ] the Great Recession, a new reality has emerged. Corporate earnings and profits have recovered nicely, but the money is largely not being spent to rehire laid-off workers. Itâ€™s being used to bolster corporate earnings and the bonus payments to the people at the very top. Unions are not perfect. I know. For nine years, I was the president of the Seattle
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from Sound planning. If Sound Transit is to receive the cooperation and active support of the cities that have been afflicted with overcrowding of city streets, then that new partnership must include real conversations and plans for the future development working together and not imposed from above. Reach Mayor Pete Lewis at www.facebook.com/auburnmayor or plewis@auburnwa. gov.
Monet the ability to see things in a different light and admire the beauty of an impression rather than a realistic interpretation of a summer garden.
Step Two: Light the stage Stage lighting will extend the show â€“ the dark days of winter can
Step Three: Choose a star The diva of your winter garden can be a focal point tree with amazing bark, a
Step one: Set the stage for the winter drama Choose a site you can see from indoors while sitting cozy and warm by your fireside or an area you will pass by often on your walk to the car or front door. You can add to the stage presence of a winter garden by using the side of a building or the flat surface of a fence or even an evergreen hedge as a back drop for the winter plants. Think of this background as a surface that will offer some contrast to the colors of the plant performers.
be transformed into a gala evening performance or â€œtheatre of the darkâ€? with the simple addition of outdoor lighting. December is the perfect time to add tiny white lights to a weeping cherry tree or to swaddle an evergreen in a blanket of brilliance. But think beyond just bulbs for the holiday season. Amazing new advancements in outdoor lighting mean that even the least confident â€œdo-it-yourselfersâ€? can visit a home store and then light up the landscape in less than a day. Learn to use the drama of â€œuplightingâ€? to cast the shadow of a coral bark maple against the side of the house or â€œdownlightingâ€? from an overhead tree to spotlight a dramatic birdbath or water feature. Winter is the season to lighten up and experiment with shadow play.
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leafless but contorted filbert or even a majestic and symmetrical evergreen tree. The object is to choose a star and then build the ensemble cast around it. Think of it like framing a great painting â€“ standing alone the white bark of a birch tree looks great against the green lawn â€“ but add the supporting players of red twig dogwood and the bright red berries of a cotoneaster groundcover and youâ€™ll be adding backup singers and more color volume to the star performer.
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Creating a Winter Garden class on landscaping and winter garden ideas: 7 p.m., Dec. 11, Green River Community College Enumclaw campus, 1414 Griffin Ave. To register, call 253-2883400 or visit www.greenriver. edu/cce. The class if free.
Now, development of transit-oriented communities is under way. The â€œfree parkingâ€? that Sound has been granted by the recession is coming to an end. With each upcoming successful transit-oriented development will come a smaller and smaller inventory of off-site parking for the non-development area ridership. Cities are already being told individually and in regional meetings by Sound Transit staffers that the time is coming for another authority-wide vote for funding. This is a call for higher taxes, yet nothing is said of city needs, only of Soundâ€™s requirements. In this new era of development, there needs to be engagement and a new partnership with the cities involved with and suffering
The first week of December is when the winter delights of the garden begins. You donâ€™t even need to have a garden to train your eye to see the beauty of living in a climate where there is a change of seasons. Noticing just a few of the plants that shine in the winter season with bud, bark and berry will help anyone living in the Northwest appreciate the low light and short days. By using a few design tips you can highlight these same plants to add some winter drama to the landscape. Transform the winter of your discontent into a season of creative adventure with fresh look at this festive season. If you are still not sold on the beauty of the winter landscape, consider what the greatest artists have taught us over the past century â€“ from Picasso to
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identities of contributors of up to $10.6 million to its campaign against I-522 in Washington, which would have required labeling on some genetically modified food products. He added it is the largest amount of concealed money ever donated to a campaign in the state. The GMA has since provided the names of its backers and their share of contributions but continues to deny any wrongdoing, said Ferguson, adding he has read an association letter to its contributors that promised to conceal their identities. â€œThey were very thoughtful and deliberate in concealing the names of those donors,â€? he said, adding his office is seeking more options than just monetary penalties against the GMA. â€œEven a significant (monetary) penalty on their end may be interpreted as the cost of doing business.â€? The Washington State Liquor Control Board is taking applications through Dec. 18 for licensure to grow, process and sell recreational marijuana, with the potential for legislation to be passed next year that would require medical marijuana patients to go through these suppliers without being subjected to taxation. Many cities have accepted that they will soon need to make room for retail marijuana stores and grow sites, but others, like
the city of Kent, are not embracing the change. The Kent City Council voted last month to put a moratorium in place for marijuana businesses. Ferguson said the liquor control board is now seeking an opinion from his office about whether these municipalities have legal grounds to oppose marijuana as a commercial enterprise in their cities and oppose the will of voters who approved I-502. Heâ€™s trying to come up with a legal opinion as fast as possible, while continuing a good-faith effort with the federal government to keep it from intervening with state law, he said. With the holiday season in full swing, the attorney generalâ€™s office also has been warning the public about potential scams, such as in retail, online and fake charities. Ferguson said his office also is focusing on improving protections for veterans and matching state protections for those deployed by order of the governor with federal protections afforded to those deployed by the president. The legislation is called the Washington Service Membersâ€™ Civil Relief Act and is being requested for consideration during the 2014 legislative session.
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Fun Run: 9:50 a.m. (10K), 10 a.m. (5K), Dec. 7, Russell Road Park, 24400 Russell Road, Kent. Registration open. Early entrance fee: $10 or $25 with a technical T-shirt before Nov. 29. Week of race entrance fees: $20 or $35 with a technical T-shirt. Participants age 13 and under run for $5 and receive a finisher medal courtesy of the Tab Wizard. Online registration is available at Active.com. Registration forms are also available at the Kent Commons and many Puget Sound athletic stores. Race day registration and packet pick up is also available near the start/finish line at 8 a.m. For
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www.kentreporter.com [ CALENDAR from page 8 ] Kent Winterfest: 3:30-9 p.m. Dec. 7, Town Square Plaza and Kent Station, downtown Ken, (corners of Smith Street and Second Avenue. Featured events include a Kids’ Mini Santa Parade via Kent Station and the plaza and Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. KentHOPE open house: 2-4 p.m. Dec. 14, KentHOPE Day Center, 9009 Canyon Drive, Kent. Celebrating the grand opening of its day shelter for homeless women and children. The community at-large welcome to tour the center. Refreshments will be served. Nonperishable food items will be accepted. Parking available at the school where a free shuttle will operate. The day center is on the Metro Transit Route 169. To learn more, visit www.KentHOPE.org.
Children’s Christmas Musical, “Night Shift Before Christmas”: 7 p.m. Dec. 13, Calvary Chapel South, 1340 W. Smith St., Kent. Children, first- through sixth-graders, present a musical with upbeat music, dance and drama. Free. 206-947-6338, firstname.lastname@example.org Chancel Arts at Kent Lutheran: 3-5 p.m. Dec. 15, Kent Lutheran Church, 336 Second Ave. S., Kent. Christmas spectacular. KLC’s Festival Choir joins Seattle Illumni Men’s Chorus, featuring operatic tenor Chris McCafferty and the KLC Bell Ringers. Cost: $12.50. Tickets are available from www. brownpapertickets.com or at the door. For
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Free the Girls Bra Drive & Wine Tasting: 5:30-9 p.m. Dec. 11, Reds Wine Bar, Kent Station, 321 Ramsay Way, Suite 110. Soroptimist International of Kent and the Farrington Court host fundraiser. The public is welcome. Wine tasting, snacks, collecting bras and raising money for the Soroptimists’ Free the Girls event. Donate a bra and a dollar. For more info, contact Amy Khela at 253-852-2737 or email@example.com. Christmas on Ice: 5:15-8:15 p.m. Dec. 22, Kent Valley Ice Centre, 6015 S. 240th St., Kent. Inaugural Kent Valley Figure Skating Club Christmas Spectacular. Enjoy a night of great skating, a dessert table, gift basket raffle and a special visit from a very special seasonal friend. Please bring a canned good for donation to the Kent Food Bank and receive a free raffle ticket. Cost: $8 adults, $4 youth and seniors, children under 5 free. Ticket sales at the door. For more information, call 253-850-2400, ext. 83, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.kentvalleyfsc.org.
Faith Service of Hope: 4-5 p.m. Dec. 8, Kent Lutheran Church, 336 Second Ave. S. For those who may have a difficult time due to grief or loss. For more information, contact the church office at 253-850-2057 or email@example.com
Annual Seattle Christian School Christmas Bazaar Sat., Dec 7th 9am to 4pm Over 60 vendors with handcrafted and specialty items. Food and baked goods including a cake walk. Proceeds benefit student trips and service projects. 18301 Military Rd S SeaTac, 98188 923001
“A Gift Best Shared” concert: 7 p.m. Dec. 13, Maple Valley Presbyterian Church, 22659 Sweeney Road SE, Maple Valley. Maple Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra presents holiday music. Donations accepted at the door. For more information, visit www.mvyso.org or call 425-433-6009.
Christmas on Ice Exhibitions: 2-3 p.m. Dec. 14, Kent Station, 417 Ramsay Way. A preview of the Kent Valley Figure Skating Club’s Christmas on Ice Show. For more information, call 253-850-2400, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www. kentvalleyfsc.org. “Home for the Holidays” Concert:
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3-5:30 p.m. Dec. 14, First Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 19800 108th Ave. SE, Kent. Holiday concert presented by Rainier Youth Choirs. Bring nonperishable food items for the food bank and be entered in a drawing for a basket full of fun. Tickets: $12 adults, $10 seniors/students if purchased advance (available at www.RainierYouthChoirs.org) or $15/$12 at the door.
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Magical Strings 27th Annual Celtic Yuletide Concert: 3 p.m. Dec. 8, KentMeridian PAC, 10020 SE 256th St., Kent. Celtic music, Irish dancing and storytelling. Tickets: $22 general, $20 senior, $15 youth
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Until Ashley Rolsma found rugby she was seriously considering playing soccer in college. Rolsma, a senior at Kentwood High, was persuaded to attend a touch game with the Kent Crusaders Rugby club by Cassidy Meyers, who graduated in June and is now playing rugby at American International College. â€œShe kept bugging me about it,â€? Rolsma said. â€œShe said if I went to one practice, sheâ€™d stop bugging me about it. So, I went and I fell in love with it.â€? That was in December 2012. At the time she was playing club basketball and club soccer in addition to playing hoops for the Conquerors. â€œSomehow I managed to do all that and school,â€? Rolsma said. â€œThere were some days I did not get that much sleep.â€? She was fortunate, however, that rugby, soccer and basketball games did not overlap too much on weekends. It all worked out. Rolsma started playing basketball in elementary school. Last season Kentwood made a deep run in the playoffs, getting to the 4A state tournament and played at the Tacoma Dome, with the season bleeding into the start of practices for rugby. â€œBasketball has been in my life for a while,â€? she said. â€œIâ€™ve played with these girls Iâ€™m finishing up my senior year with since middle school.â€? She went to touch games, but, Rolsma said she wasnâ€™t able to get to practice until after basketball season ended and missed playing in the first two games. She explained to Rex Norris, who coaches the U19 girls team for Kent Crusaders and teaches AP Psychology at Kentwood, that she was committed to basketball and she said he understood. â€œI came on late to the scene,â€? Rolsma said. â€œThe first couple weeks is actually getting to know the sport. There were actually quite a few new girls last year. But, I picked it up pretty quick.â€? And there was something about the atmosphere of the Crusaders girls rugby team that appealed to her. â€œThe team aspect of it, itâ€™s really a family, no cliques,â€? Rolsma said. â€œI know every one of those girls works their butts off at practice.
And the coaching staff is phenomenal.â€? Even though she missed the beginning of practices and the season, Rolsma said, the team made her feel welcome. It was a vastly different experience than club soccer, she said, which was one of the reasons she was willing to consider walking away from that sport after going on several unofficial visits to schools to look at soccer teams. â€œOnce I joined rugby, I was like, â€˜I will quit soccer,â€™â€? Rolsma said. â€œAnd I hadnâ€™t even played a game. My parents were pretty freaked out, but, I think they know I made the right decision, especially after the journey itâ€™s taken me on.â€? That experience included making it to the championship game of the National Invitational Tournament in May. Rolsma said winning the semifinal game was a huge moment not just for her, but for the Crusaders, not to mention it was so close the official had to double check the score when it was over to make sure she knew which team won. â€œWe get a team â€Ś to get to the national championship game, a team weâ€™d never beaten before,â€? Rolsma said. â€œWhen they posted it on Facebook, all of the alumni were really happy about it. That was cool to see they still cared. And I think that was the best feeling I ever had after a game. It was like nothing else.â€? Rugby has helped her be a better athlete in her other sports. â€œItâ€™s actually given me a bit more confidence in myself,â€? Rolsma said. â€œItâ€™s helped me gain more confidence in my abilities, especially in a leadership role.â€? She played soccer for Kentwood this fall. Conquerors coach Aaron Radford had nothing but praise for Rolsma in an email interview. â€œShe works very hard,â€? Radford wrote. â€œShe puts in her best effort each day. She isnâ€™t a vocal person, but her work ethic says enough. She is very strong and physical, plus her speed is just enough to get the job done.â€? Radford said that while he canâ€™t draw a direct connection between rugby and soccer for Rolsma, he did see good things from her this season. â€œShe has progressively gotten stronger and more confident with the her soc-
Kentwoodâ€™s Ashley Rolsma defends a Kentlake player during an October match. Rolsma, who was an all-league first-team defender this fall, plans to trade soccer for rugby in college. KRIS HILL, Reporter cer game,â€? Radford wrote. â€œOverall she is a great part of the team â€“ any team. She rises to the occasion and faces every challenge with grit and determination.
That is exactly what I would want from a defender on my soccer team.â€? While Rolsma is excited about the next phase of her life as a student-athlete, she
is still focused on the next rugby season and basketball this year. She hopes the Conquerors basketball team will get back to the state tournament this year with the amount of experience and talent returning. â€œIâ€™m hoping to go really far this year,â€? she said. â€œItâ€™s our last year playing together and my last year playing this sport. Weâ€™re fortunate to have that (experience) and thereâ€™s a lot of new players, too, that are nice to have. The fact that we (the seniors) have played together so long, weâ€™re used to each other. Itâ€™s nice because we have a really good connection out there on the court.â€? As for the Crusaders girls rugby team, she hopes they get back to the national tour-
nament again in the spring. â€œI just hope for a good successful season,â€? Rolsma said. â€œThat I can walk away knowing I did my all.â€? And Rolsma is finalizing her plans for where rugby will take her after high school. This past year since that first touch game with the Crusaders has been something of a whirlwind. â€œIt was so fast,â€? she said. â€œI was just excited to win state. And then to go to nationals. And to get a call from a coach that I made the All-American team.â€? Recently she visited three different schools, official visits as a student-athlete, to explore her options for college rugby. She hopes to play for four years.
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Large Machine Storage Building 24â€™x48â€™x10â€™
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