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Council OKs police hires, new field turf BY STEVE HUNTER
INSIDE: Mayor Cooke explains complicated budget, page 6
Tracy Tran, a National Merit Scholar semifinalist and Kentridge High School senior, is one of only eight candidates in the world to earn every possible point on the advanced placement calculus level AB exam. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter
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f knowledge is power, Tracy Tran can move mountains. The Kentridge senior recently took a unique honor among high school students. She received a perfect score on her advanced placement calculus test, an accomplishment shared by only eight people in the world.
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The state has received yet another recreational marijuana applicant for a Kent property. A proposed business called Hummockville has applied to the State Liquor Control Board for a producer and processing license at 8001 S. 194th St., in the North Kent industrial area. The liquor board released an updated list Tuesday of
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“Everything relates back to math, whether we realize it or not. I just think it’s amazing, the kinds of things we can do with calculus,” she said. “Anything in the physical world can be modeled by some mathematical equation, whether that be plants in a forest or the efficiency of a car.” Tran says that while she is proud [ more TRAN page 3 ]
The Kent City Council voted 5-2 on Tuesday night to hire six police officers and spend $500,000 toward the replacement of the Wilson Playfields synthetic turf. The council also approved as part of its 2013-14 general fund budget adjustments the hiring of a jail corrections officer, an administrative assistant to the police chief and a consultant to help bring more retail stores to the city. The council adopted its
first two-year budget last December, rather than voting each year on a budget. The council decisions are adjustments to the 2013-14 budget because more revenue came in this year than the city spent, a total of $1.9 million. Council members decided to spend a portion of that money on new hires and field turf replacement. [ more BUDGET page 4 ]
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A 43-year-old man received a 35-year prison sentence for the 2010 stabbing death of his former girlfriend in her Kent apartment. Shawn D. Gulseth pleaded guilty to second-degree mur-
der last month in the Dec. 21, 2010 death of Bonnie Peterson, 45. King County Superior Court Judge Andrea Darvas sentenced Gulseth on Dec. 6. Prosecutors recommended a 35-year sentence, according [ more MURDER page 4 ]
Bringing some comfort Andrea Torres finds a place for a bag of donated comfort goods during the recent Willow’s Place coat drive at the Golden Steer Steak & Rib House. The restaurant hosted a Dec. 5 Hope for Families luncheon to raise support and collect donations for Willow’s Place, a nonprofit that provides emergency assistance (food, clothing, cash) programs for struggling and needy families. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter
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WINTERFEST BRINGS CHEER Kids, families and couples braved the cold last Saturday to celebrate the 32nd annual Kent Lions Winterfest. The Kent tradition featured a Kids’ Mini Santa Parade and a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in the Town Square Plaza and Kent Station area. Clockwise, kids snuggle up, waiting for the parade. The parade brought smiles, waves, animals and bands. Santa paid a special visit to children before the tree was lit.
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Police continue to investigate deadly car crash BY STEVE HUNTER
Kent Police are awaiting a toxicology report before forwarding a potential vehicular homicide charge against a 20-year-old Covington man to King County prosecutors. Andrew Lucas Shock was driving his girlfriend’s vehicle when it crashed Nov. 3 into a telephone pole in the 24800 block of 148th Avenue Southeast on the East Hill, according to the Kent Police. Charissa Judkins, 21, of Ed-
monds, died from injuries suffered in the crash at the scene of the accident. Shock suffered serious injuries. He remained in serious condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for about four weeks. He was discharged on Dec. 3, according to a hospital spokeswoman. Police continue to investigate the accident. “We performed the vehicle inspection and continue to contact related parties,” said Kent Police Sgt. Robert Constant in an email.
“We are awaiting the toxicology report (from the state crime lab) before we put everything together to forward to the King County prosecutor’s office.” It takes anywhere from four to six weeks to get the test results back, Constant said. He said on Wednesday the results could be back soon. The initial collision review noted extensive damage to the vehicle as well as the telephone pole, indicative of higher speeds in order to generate the necessary energy for such structural damage, Constant said.
An initial investigation by police showed Shock, driving southbound on 148th Avenue Southeast with Judkins in the front passenger seat, lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle then careened across the roadway and on to the opposite shoulder where it smashed into a telephone pole at the front passenger door. Speed and possible driver impairment were contributing factors to the accident. There was an odor of alcohol noted during the investigation, said Kent Police detective Melanie Frazier.
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BEST BUDS TO GRADUATE FROM PLU Kent’s Anika Glass, left, and Leslie Ducay – best friends and classmates since middle school – graduate from Pacific Lutheran University on Saturday. Glass will receive a degree in business administration with a concentration in human resources management and services at winter commencement. Ducay receives a degree in communication with a concentration in public relations and advertising. They both attended Cedar Heights Middle School and Kentlake High School. Glass, an avid leader who supports diversity and inclusion efforts on campus and in the community, is a twotime recipient of the Rieke Leadership Award at PLU. Ducay, meanwhile, has been a pro-active student leader. Ducay, a five-time dean’s list recipient, has earned numerous awards. She plans to pursue a master’s degree in student affairs next fall.
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Several colleagues, family members and students gathered at Scenic Hill Elementary School on Tuesday evening to say goodbye to Tim Clark, who concluded his time on the Kent School Board in November. For Clark, the ceremony marked another chapter after 21 years of work and service to educational institutions in the valley. After retiring from teaching social studies in 1999, Clark took up teaching at Green River Community College and subsequently Highline Community College. He became a board member in 2009. In addition to words from Superintendent Edward Lee Vargas, fellow board members expressed their gratitude for his work. Agda Burchard said that the best lesson she learned from Clark was how to be engaged civically. “I count you as one of the mentors in my life,” she said. Russ Hanscom also commended Clark’s service, saying that even though they rarely agreed on a sub-
[ TRAN from page 1 ] of the accomplishment, she doesn’t feel responsible for it. Anyone could have received the award, she said, “I was just in the right place at the right time.” Despite her efforts to remain humble, Tran’s achievement has spread her name throughout the school. “Everyone pretty much knows me as ‘that one smart girl,’” she said. But she proudly carries the “nerd” title. While the 18-yearold enjoys hiking around Mount Rainier and cooking, her true
passion is reading. She sees her knowledge as the byproduct of her voracious appetite for books. “I never would have gotten as far as I had without books,” she said. Reading has been her most passionate hobby since she was a child. She spent so much time turning pages that her parents had to make sure her lights were out and that she wouldn’t sneak a book and a flashlight under the covers, which she still does occasionally. Between fourth grade and middle school, Tran estimates she read 200 to 300 books a
Tim Clark, outgoing Kent School Board member, addresses a gathering at Scenic Hill Elementary School on Tuesday. Clark, a retired teacher, has served the educational community for 21 years. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter ject, his care for the city of Kent and it’s future was undeniable. “We may not agree, but what you do have is my deepest, deepest respect,” he said. Among his numerous accomplishments during his time on the board, Clark was instrumental in funding and opening the district’s multimedia center at Northwood Middle School. The state of the art media studio provides KSD students with the opportunity to learn digital media skills. While it is housed in Northwood, it is open to all students from elementary to high school. For his efforts, and in honor of his tenure, the school board renamed the facility from the Northwood Media Studio to the Tim Clark Media Studio. year, although that has slowed to around 20 now that she’s about to graduate. Currently, her favorite book is John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars.” Tran says that the school fosters an educational community and that it has been invaluable for keeping her focused on her school work, and is particularly thankful for her teachers, notably her math instructor Mark Champoux. She also credits the encouragement of fellow students at Kentridge as a major factor in her success, especially the students in the school’s calculus community. “It’s a community of learning
In his closing comments, Clark praised his colleagues and reiterated cautionary words to the board and assembled educators. He gave thanks for the opportunity to work with “a superintendent that is truly a visionary” and noted that the board has been able to make decisions that often boiled down to “do we want ‘bad’ or ‘worse.’” But he said that his most important message was to have a solid, realistic plan for the future. He said the district will need to make realistic steps and not have a “pie in the sky” goal. By making a plan and sticking to it, he emphasized that the district will be ready to handle crises as they come up, instead of having to make a piecemeal fix. and support,” she says. In addition to calculus, Tran leads the school’s Key Club chapter. She helped organize the construction of a playground at Turnkey Park at 104th and James Street in June. The venture, she said, was extremely difficult. She not only had to coordinate 50 students but also negotiated how to work out logistics without school transportation. But everything came together in the last minute, with students bringing their permission and insurance slips the day of the park renovation and student drivers providing transportation.
Green River Community College was recently chosen to join the Plus 50 Encore Completion Program, a national effort to train 10,000 baby boomers for new jobs in health care, education and social services. The program is sponsored by the American Association of Community Colleges. The college will receive $15,000 and technical support for curriculum development and student outreach over the next two years. The college will assist adults age 50 and over in completing degrees or certificates in high-demand occupations that give back to the community. With many adults age 50 and over out of work or seeking to transition to a new career, the program offers skill updates and career makeovers for baby boomers. Green River will enhance and modify its medical office curricula to meet the changes in healthcare as a result of the new ICD-10 classifications and the Affordable Care Act. “The most amazing thing about that for me, personally, was seeing my school community come together,” she said. “For that one day, we weren’t upperclassmen or lower classmen. So, like the athletes or the nerds or whatever, we were just working side by side to do something bigger than ourselves.” She doesn’t yet know what career she’ll go into, but she does feel certain that it will be for the public good. She hopes to find something that combines her enjoyment of art and design as well as her logical traits to create something that will benefit humanity as a whole.
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to 3.5 percent increase. She said the increased revenue this year was “a temporary boost to our bottom line.” Perry said the additional hires now when the city has extra revenue could lead to financial problems down the road. “We are also sort of exasperating the problem a bit when you have ongoing expenses like employees,” Perry said. “You would just feel terrible adding these employees and then in 2017 when it looks like we don’t have the net revenues less expenditures is in the negative and we’re taking it out of reserves, at that point
you feel pretty terrible saying ‘I’m sorry we hired you but we’ve got to let you go,’ or telling council you’ve got to find some revenue. “The city can’t sustain on the current revenue and there’s got to be something major that changes. I’m saying to future council members good luck in solving this problem. I hope you can come up with a great solution. I feel bad passing this problem on to future councils.” The general fund budget includes $520,000 to help cover the revenue losses anticipated in 2014 at the cityowned ShoWare Center.
City officials have allocated another $300,000 to the parks capital projects fund to pay for maintenance and rehabilitation of ShoWare facilities. City officials also are trying to figure out what to do about the financially struggling Riverbend Golf Complex and are looking into selling the par 3 course portion of the property to a developer. A decision about the potential property sale is expected to be made next year. The $500,000 for Wilson Playfields will go toward the estimated $1.5 million to $2 million cost to replace the synthetic turf at the popular soccer, baseball and softball complex along 132nd Avenue Southeast. Another $800,000 for the field will come from the real estate excise tax and carryover money from previous years, said Tom Brubaker, city interim chief administrative officer. The rest of the money will be from delaying other park improvements. Installation of the new turf is expected to start in late May, said Jeff Watling, city parks director. The police officers will cost about $686,000, the administrative 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.
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Gulseth had assaulted Peterson in the past and was a known drug user who became violent when he was under the influence of narcotics. Peterson and Gulseth had an argument at the apartment the night of Dec. 20, according to a phone call to Peterson from a friend. Peterson did not answer her apartment door the next morning when friends stopped to pick her up for work. Detectives found bloody fingerprints as well as a large kitchen knife next to Peterson’s body. Detectives found eight prints inside the apartment that belonged to Gulseth.
Detectives also found two men’s shoes near her body, one white and black right shoe and one gray left shoe. Police obtained video surveillance from a business near the East Hill apartment that showed a man who appeared to be Gulseth running the night of Dec. 20 toward KentKangley Road wearing a black vest, jeans and one black left shoe and one gray right shoe similar to the mismatched shoes found next to Peterson’s body. Witnesses told police that a man similar to Gulseth’s description had tried to get into vehicles as they slowed down along Kent-Kangley
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Outgoing Kent City Councilmembers Elizabeth Albertson, left, and Jamie Perry share a moment outside the Council Chambers before attending their final council meeting Tuesday night. Albertson served the city as a councilmember for eight years. Perry was appointed to the council in 2008 was elected to retain her seat in 2009. STEVE HUNTER, Kent Reporter we are going to use to pay bills. That’s not the same as having a clear revenue stream to support budget increases.” Mayor Suzette Cooke sent a letter Wednesday to city employees (and to the Kent Reporter) to explain the general fund budget. In the letter, Cooke said that city revenues grow by 1.5 to 2 percent per year while expenses average a 3
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Patricia Jones, age 69, passed away peacefully on November 28, 2013, surrounded by her family in Graham, Washington. Patty was born in Pasco, Washington on April 7, 1944, the third of five children of Marion and Martha Colley. She grew up on a wheat ranch in Connell, Washington and graduated from Connell High School in 1962. A week after graduation, Patty married her high school sweetheart, David Jones. They soon moved to Kent, Washington where they raised their two children, Kristy and Robert. Patty was busy in the Kent community. She taught Sunday School at the United Methodist Church, was a Camp Fire leader for 12 years, and served as a Den Mother for Cub Scouts. After raising her children, Patty went back to school and earned her AA in Nursing from Highline Community College and then her BS in Nursing from Seattle Pacific University. She worked at Valley Medical Center for 17 years before retiring in 2001. Patty loved spending time with her family, traveling, and Bible study. She was an avid quilter and enjoyed hunting for antiques. Patty was preceded in death by her parents and brothers, Douglas and David. She is survived by her husband, David, daughter, Kristy (Jim) Grob, son, Robert (Pamela) Jones and five grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister Marilyn (Chuck) Actor, brother, Tim (Faye) Colley, and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held Saturday, December 14, 2013 at the Graham Emmanuel Baptist Church at 1 pm. Memorials may be made to The Alzheimer’s Association or Franciscan Hospice.
to the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Gulseth faced a sentence range of 26 to 35 years for second-degree murder, a deadly weapon enhancement and a domestic violence aggravator. According to charging papers, Gulseth brutally beat and stabbed to death Peterson. Gulseth and Peterson had dated for about eight months. Kent Police detectives found out from interviews with friends or acquaintances of the two that Peterson had decided earlier in December 2010 to break off the relationship.
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Road the night of Dec. 20 at around the same time of the video surveillance. California police agencies arrested Gulseth Jan. 11, 2011 when they found him living under a bridge in the town of Willits in Northern California. Gulseth waived an extradition hearing in Mendocino County, Calif., that allowed King County authorities to transport him to Washington. Kent Police had searched for Gulseth as a suspect in the death of Peterson since officers found her body at the Village at Lake Meridian apartments. Gulseth had pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in February 2011.
Other earlier applicants include Organiccare for a producer and processing plant at 0521 121 St. Way S.E. and BWIT for a producer license at 26010 42nd Ave. S. The city of Kent bans recreational marijuana businesses. The majority of the City Council approved the ban because marijuana remains 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 those who want to operate the new businesses expected to open by next spring or summer. The applicant deadline is Dec. 20. 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 city in an attempt to allow the business.
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“This adjustment does allow us to restore some of the things that we had to do without during the recession,” Council President Dennis Higgins said. “It allows us to get more police on the streets and allows us to deal with backlog in the permit office and allows us to fix a very critical city facility in the Wilson Playfields. “I think this is a wise adjustment at this time.” Bill Boyce, Les Thomas, Deborah Ranniger and Dana Ralph also voted for the budget ordinance. Elizabeth Albertson and Jamie Perry, the two council members whose terms expire at the end of this year as they each decided not to seek re-election, voted against it. “We still have a systemic budget imbalance that hasn’t been addressed,” Albertson said. “Although I was proud of the work we did with the B&O (business and occupation tax passed last year), we all know that the B&O did not go far enough. Our budget is still dramatically out of balance as the mayor’s letter to employees points out. We have a temporary boost that
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Kent Police arrested a man for investigation of several charges, including drunk driving, during an incident that started with the man smashing his Jeep into a parked vehicle at the Great American Casino parking lot. Officers responded at about 6:53 p.m. Dec. 2 to a call about a drunk driver and a hit-and-run incident in the 20500 block of 108th Avenue Southeast on the East Hill, according to the police report. The man reportedly hit another car as he parked his Jeep and then staggered into the casino and sat down to play a card game. An officer was standing in front of the casino when the man walked out and toward the Jeep. The officer noted he could smell intoxicants coming from the man and stopped him to talk. The man eventually admitted he had drunk two cans of Steel Reserve 211, a malt liquor, before arriving at the casino. An officer
BLOTTER looked in the Jeep and saw an open can of malt liquor in the center console. Casino employees said the man didnâ€™t drink any alcohol inside the casino. Police arrested the man for investigation of drunk driving and transported him to the city jail, where problems with the man continued. The man reportedly struggled with the officer during his booking and wouldnâ€™t sit down. The officer forced the man to the floor and two jail officers helped restrain the man before taking him to a holding cell. The man also allegedly made threatening statements to the police officer. Police ran a portable breath test on the man that registered a blood alcohol level of .214. The drunk driving law in the state for an adult is a blood alcohol content level of .08 or higher. The man remained in
jail Tuesday facing charges of harassment, obstructing a public officer, drunk driving and an attempted false statement. Bail was set at $25,000.
Assault Officers arrested a man for investigation of fourth-degree assault after he reportedly threw his girlfriend to the ground during a dispute at about 8:50 a.m. Dec. 1 in the 25200 block of 104th Avenue Southeast. A witness called 911 to report a woman had been thrown to the ground when a man grabbed her sweatshirt, according to the police report. The man then stood above the woman and yelled at her. Police found the woman standing along the street with mud on her clothes and scratches on her neck. They found the boyfriend a short distance away. The boyfriend denied he had thrown the woman to the ground. He said they were only arguing. He said he never put his hands on her and that she must have
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The Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority (RFA) board recognized Commissioner Pat Riordan Wednesday, Dec. 4, for his service to both the RFA and King County Fire District 37. Riordan will retire from the board and the district on Dec. 31, according to a Kent Fire Department media release. He has served as a King County Fire District 37 Commissioner from 1997; as the Chairman of the district from
2009â€“2012; and as a member of the RFA Governance Board from its inception in 2010 when the Fire District merged with the Kent Fire Department. Covington Mayor Margaret Harto and Kent Fire Chief Jim Schneider praised Riordan for his dedication to the job, his support of the fire department and his keen sense of always asking the right questions. Harry George Jr. has been elected to replace Riordan and will be sworn in to his position at a Janu-
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Theft Police arrested a man for investigation of thirddegree theft and malicious mischief after he allegedly stole a power cord to obtain copper wiring at about 1:04 p.m. Nov. 30 from a business parking lot in the 8200 block of South 208th Street. An employee at a nearby business called 911 to report people cutting a power cord to a semitruck parked at a company closed for the weekend, according to the police report. The witness saw a person use bolt cutters to sever the cord and then get into a green Chevrolet Blazer. Officers responded and stopped a Blazer in the area. The vehicle had two men inside. Officers saw a power cord and bolt cutters inside the Blazer. One of the men admitted he had taken the power cord with the intent to strip it and get the copper inside that he would sell to make money. The driver allowed police to search the vehicle, and they found a power cord and bolt cutters.
Police say that in the early morning hours of Dec. 1 a Kent man fired two shotgun blasts into a house in Mount Vernon where he believed his exgirlfriend was staying. But Maximillian Diltz, 23, got it wrong and, according to Mount Vernon Police, shot somebody elseâ€™s place instead. Police arrested Diltz at his workplace in Pacific on Dec. 2 and booked him into King County Jail for investigation of drive-by shooting. The Skagit County Prosecutor has since charged him with driveby shooting. According to police, the owner of the house in the 5300 block of Wellspring Road returned home just after 5:20 a.m. Monday to find two shots in his garage door. No one was home when the shots were fired, and the man told police he
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didnâ€™t know of anybody who would want to hurt him. When police canvassed the neighborhood, a neighbor told them that, hearing shots at about 2:30 a.m., he looked out a window and saw a white Volvo station wagon pulling away. A woman in the neighborhood later told officers that her ex-boyfriendâ€™s car matched that description. She said that they had broken up, and that she had recently filed a police report complaining about his harassing text messages and threats to change her social-media passwords. According to police, she was staying at a friendâ€™s house in the area at the time of the shooting. Police said officers later got information that put the womanâ€™s ex-boyfriend in the area 15 minutes before the shooting. They also found a shotgun and shells inside his home.
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OQ U O T E O F N O T E : “The city can’t sustain on the current revenue and there’s got to be something major that changes. I’m saying to future councilmembers good luck
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Bicyclists need to share the road, and the expense Bicycle riders need to accept responsibility for their actions and expense. Riders who use their bicycles for transportation need to step up. The cost to meet their demands for bike racks on Metro, bike lanes, special street drain grates, trails, etc., needs to be understood. Automobile owners pay taxes, registration fees, inspection fees, toll fees and gas taxes on a regular basis to maintain streets and roadways, yet the bike riders pay nothing. Let's consider the bike riders paying an annual fee for bicycle registrations, an endorsement (similar to a motorcycle), an extra fee for Metro to haul the bike and an every-otheryear safety inspection for bikes (brakes, tires, lights, etc.). It's been easy for both sides
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to point the finger, but there are three major points that need to be addressed: 1. The bicycle riders need to do more to make themselves visible. The helmet isn’t enough protection. Bright and/or reflective clothing and lights would make them easier to be seen.
Explaining our city’s financial picture At its final meeting of 2013, the City Council approved adjustments to the second year of our biennial budget. I’d like to respond to your Dec. 5 article mentioning the city’s $1.9 million “surplus” in the general fund. While this seems like really great news – news that we haven’t heard since the recession began – it’s important for us to keep this information in
the proper context. The city has 21 separate funds. Imagine them as 21 separate checking accounts. One of those accounts – the general fund – has a $1.9 million balance at the end of this year. However, another account - the capital improvement fund - is $8 million in the red. We borrowed against that fund in order
2. Equal enforcement of the traffic laws. There are a number of bad bicycle riders and car drivers. Traffic laws are made for those using the streets and roads (cars and bikes). Ticket those who don’t signal, force others to yield right-of-way, run stops signs, speed, etc. 3. There needs to be a way for the bicycle riders to participate in paying for the requested improvements for the bicycles. – Howard Lontz
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There have been and handful of articles in recent weeks regarding budget plans for the Kent City Council. Because of a new business and occupation (B&O) tax, an increase in permit fees for developers and a hike on our cable television, storm drainage, sewer and water taxes, Kent has some extra cash in its bank account. The question now becomes, where do they allocate this money? The council has discussed hiring more police officers, a city jail corrections officer, adding an administrative assistant to the police chief and that we replace the turf at Wilson Playfields. I don’t know if I am oversimplifying this, but wouldn’t it be better to pay our debts before we go spending a bunch of money on other stuff ? As a result of the slow economic rebound, the city of Kent has seen its bond rating downgraded, more than once in the past couple of years. Also, the city-owned Riverbend Golf Complex loses money each year and has a $2.25 million debt. In addition, the city is paying $500,000 each year to cover some of the operating losses at the city-owned ShoWare Center. A hundred or so city employees have been laid off and others haven’t received a wage increase in some four years. Shouldn’t we take care of these things first? Pay our debts, sell the golf complex, figure out how to make the ShoWare Center profitable, give our city employees a wage increase? Another interesting suggestion is that we spend some of this extra money on a $60,000 consultant who finds and keeps retail
to limit the cuts we had to make to city operations. The excitement about the general fund balance is dimmed when we look at the “overdraft” in the capital improvement fund. To further complicate this situation, our revenues grow by only 1.5 to 2 percent per year, while expenses average 3 to 3.5 percent per year. This is called a structural imbalance. In good years, like this one, we come out OK; but in bad years, like
Fuming over store's policy at gas stations Why is Fred Meyer allowing third-party vendors to solicit gas station customers as we are pumping our gas? This is a vulnerable position to be [ more LETTERS page 7 ]
those during the recession, there’s no financial cushion. This is why some of us consider the increased revenues we’re seeing now as a temporary boost to our bottom line. Given the structural imbalance, the budget is unsustainable in the long term without new revenues, reduction in expenses, or a combination of both. The proposal the council approved at its Dec. 11 meeting includes some new expenditures to meet priorities discussed during budget workshops, including an increase in fund reserves and continuing to pay down the debt. [ more OUR TURN page 7 ]
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www.kentreporter.com [ WHITEHOUSE from page 6 ] business in Kent. I find this interesting because this month the City Council turned away a marijuana producing and processing plant that would have been a $20 million investment in Kent as well as brought 102 new jobs (ironically, the same number of city positions eliminated in Kent since 2008 to help cut expenses). With those jobs would come 102 new people spending money on gas, groceries, eating at restaurants, paying property taxes â€Ś you get the point? There also have been several applications to open recreational marijuana retail stores turned away. Since the voters approved I-502 (by a hefty margin at that), isnâ€™t the council going against the will of the people by refusing to allow
[ OUR TURN from page 6 ] That leaves $1.2 million unallocated to a specific purpose. My priority is to apply these funds to the â€œoverdrawn checking accountâ€? we have in the capital improvement fund where our debt is. At the end of the day, the â€œsurplusâ€? mentioned in your article is really not a surplus at all. Post-recession, we all know this city has a lot of needs. We have a maintenance backlog, we have infrastructure needs and we have a debt bill that needs to be paid. Until these needs are met, a real surplus is not
these companies to do business in Kent? New companies are going to produce, process and sell. Why in the world would we send them away? We say we want to attract more businesses to Kent yet we add a city excise tax and increase permit fees for developers. How do those two things align with our vision to bring in new business? If Kent were my friend asking me for advice, here is what I would say: repeal your excise tax (Buckley and Black Diamond have), repeal the increase in permit fees for developers, sell the Riverbend Golf Complex, figure out how to make the ShoWare Center profitable and accept the new reality that the marijuana processors and retailers are coming to town. We need to readjust our vision to the new realities of the future. Staci Whitehouse is a regular contributor to the Kent Reporter.
NEW CONNECTIONS OF SOUTH KING COUNTY will host an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19, at its new location, 422 W. Titus St., in downtown Kent. Attendees can learn about the services offered to clients by New Connections, view its driverâ€™s relicensing successes and hear about new programs coming in 2014. New Connections works with men and wom-
[ LETTERS from page 6 ] in â€“ to be solicited at the pump with the store's authorization. It's alarming that Fred Meyer would expect female customers to accept being solicited outside the store after dark. Do they seriously expect women to make a purchase from a non-Fred Meyer employee after sundown (which occurs around 4:30 p.m.) as they pump gas? It's ironic that Fred Meyer cashiers are locked in a booth as they handle gas transactions. This new policy shows a lack of concern for
en recently released from the city of Kent jail or the King County jail at the Maleng Regional Justice Center. The nonprofit agency helps former offenders with tasks such as getting their driverâ€™s license reinstated, setting up a voice mail and mailing address at the office as well as giving them referrals to agencies for drug or alcohol treatment, housing, schooling and jobs. the overall well being of Fred Meyer customers, especially women. I am suggesting that all third party solicitors be positioned inside the store, in the foyer, where it is apparent they are authorized by Fred Meyer, so customers can feel safe while being solicited.
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Correction Kent Police are seeking a man who robbed a U.S. Bank branch Nov. 27 in Kent. The Dec. 6 issue had an incorrect bank name provided by police.
possible. As you can see, our cityâ€™s financial picture is complicated. While itâ€™s not as rosy as we would like, I am encouraged by the improving economy. Iâ€™m pleased with the councilâ€™s sound financial policies that direct us to save more and prioritize paying down debt. Reach Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke at 253-856-5700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF LIEN SALE AUCTION DATE: DECEMBER 31, 2013 AT 10:00AM Property belonging to Tamie & Siafu Asa, (unit#(s), (047312), Mieka Franchi, (035966), Jan Ellis, (000001800), Jeff Rose, (041767, 020345, 000012127), Christopher Fulford, (041150), Dianna Loggins, (041031), Erica Hester-smith, (033702), Brandon Butler, (000008728), Ellen Thompson, (21678, 5382), will be sold by live public auction (verbal bidding) on DECEMBER 31, 2013 STARTING AT 10:00AM at DOOR TO DOOR STORAGE, INC., 21001 72nd Ave S., Kent, WA 98032. Goods were neither packed, loaded, nor inventoried by Door to Door Storage, Inc. General description of the goods likely to be sold: Household, business or consumer goods, namely personal effects, china, furniture, clothing, books, glass, silverware, electronics, tools, and similar items; but actual contents, condition, and quality are unknown to Door to Door Storage, Inc. Persons under 15 not admitted. Photo ID is required for bidders. Only cash or credit card as payment. Bidder
Registration begins at 9:30am. Viewing begins at 10:00am, and bidding will begin soon after. Each container is 5 ft wide x 8 ft long x 7 ft high. Auctioneer: W W W. T h o m a s H a y w a r d A u c tioneers.com, (888-255-7633), License #2845. 12/13, 12/20/13 CNS-2563699# THE KENT REPORTER #945587. CITY OF KENT NOTICE OF ORDINANCES PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL The following is a summary of the ordinances adopted by the Kent City Council on December 10, 2013: ORDINANCE NO. 4095 â€“ AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, Washington, amending Sections 6.07.020, 6.07.050 and 6.07.170; and Section 15.06.040, of the Kent City Code, adding provisions for motorist information follow through signs. ORDINANCE NO. 4096 - AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, Washington, establishing a Planned Action for the Downtown Subarea Action Plan pursuant to the State Environmental Policy Act.
ORDINANCE NO. 4097 â€“ AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, WashingWRQ HVWDEOLVKLQJ DQ LQÂżOO H[HPS tion allowance for the Downtown Subarea Action Plan Area pursuant to the State Environmental Policy Act. ORDINANCE NO. 4098 - AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, Washington, levying 2013 property taxes for the second year of the 2013 â€“ 2014 biennial budget for the City of Kent. ORDINANCE NO. 4099 - AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, Washington, relating to the mid-biennial UHYLHZ DQG PRGLÂżFDWLRQ RI WKH 2013-2014 biennial budget as required by RCW 35A.34.130 and Ordinance No. 4067; adopting FHUWDLQ PRGLÂżFDWLRQV WR WKH 2013-2014 biennial budget; and establishing an effective date. ORDINANCE NO. 4100 - AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, Washington, amending the Kent Comprehensive Plan and its Capital Facilities Element to include the Capital Facilities Plans of the Kent, Federal Way, Auburn and Highline School Districts (CPA-2013-1).
ORDINANCE NO. 4101 - AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, Washington, amending Section 12.13.160 of the Kent City Code to adjust the school impact fee schedules (CPA-2013-1). Each ordinance will take effect 30 days from the date of passage, unless subjected to referendum or vetoed by the Mayor, or unless otherwise noted. A copy of the complete text of any ordinance will be mailed upon request of the City Clerk. Ronald F. Moore, MMC, City Clerk Published in the Kent Reporter on December 13, 2013. #946881. NOTICE OF APPLICATION A Project Permit Application KDV EHHQ ÂżOHG ZLWK &LW\ RI .HQW Planning Services. Following is a description of the applications and the process for review. The applications and listed studies PD\ EH UHYLHZHG DW WKH RIÂżFHV RI the Kent Planning Services, 400 W. Gowe Street, Kent, WA. DATE OF NOTICE OF APPLICATION: December 13, 2013 APPLICATION NAME: PACIFIC GATEWAY DIVISION IV MINOR BINDING SITE PLAN ALTERATION
BSP-2003-1 (R4), KIVA #2134253 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 7KH DSSOLFDQW SURSRVHV D PRGLÂż cation to Condition C.10 of the recorded binding site plan to provide an alternative to the stipulated intersection improvement at South 208th Street and West Valley Highway. The proposed PRGLÂżFDWLRQ LV VXSSRUWHG E\ WKH RULJLQDO 7UDIÂżF ,PSDFW 6WXG\ DQG will amend Condition C.10 to authorize the City to approve an internal connection between South 204th Street and South 208th Street in lieu of intersection improvements. The zoning for this property is M1, Industrial Park. The binding site plan is located on property bordered by South 212th Street to the south, 59th Place South to the West, South 199th Place to the north, West Valley Highway to the east, King County parcel numbers 6600070010 through -0320, 0222049070 and 0222049071. OTHER PERMITS AND PLANS WHICH MAY BE REQUIRED: Final Binding Site Plan PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: December 13, 2013 to December 27, 2013 All persons may comment on this
application. Comments must be in writing and received in Kent Planning Services by 4:30 P.M., Friday, December 27, 2013, at 220 4th Avenue South, Kent WA 98032. A public meeting is tentatively scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, January 23, 2014. This public meeting will be held in the Planning Services Conference Room at 400 West Gowe Street, Kent, WA 98032. Please be advised this meeting date is subject to change. Please call to verify time and date at least a week before the scheduled meeting. If you have any questions, please call Sharon Clamp, Kent Planning Services, at 253-856-5454. DATED: December 13, 2013 Published in the Kent Reporter on December 13, 2013. #946539.
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CALENDAR Events Wreaths Across America Remembrance Ceremony: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Dec. 14, Tahoma National Cemetery, 18600 SE 240th St., Kent. Public invited to support Green River Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, and fellow veterans for Wreaths Across America. For more information, call 253-332-5505 or email bretteaster.cap@ gmail.com. KentHOPE open house: 1-4 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. Light refreshments will be served. Donations of nonperishable food items will be accepted to stock the cupboard. Parking available at the school where a free shuttle will operate. The day center is also on the Metro Transit Route 169. To learn more, visit www.KentHOPE.org.
Benefits 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
Got an event? email@example.com or post online at www.kentreporter.com 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 info, call 253-850-2400, ext. 83, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www. kentvalleyfsc.org.
Health Puget Sound Blood Center drives: 8:30-11 a.m. Dec. 16, Flow International,
23500 64th Ave S.; 12:30-3:30 p.m. Dec. 16, Expeditors International, 21318 64th Ave. S.; 8-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Dec. 18, City of Kent, bus parked outside of Centennial Building, 400 W. Gowe Ave. For more information, call 253-945-8667 or please visit www.psbc.org. Southeast King County Parkinsonâ€™s Disease support group: Meets on the third Tuesday of the month, 10:30 a.m., St. John The Baptist Catholic Church, 25810 156th Ave. SE,Covington. Groupâ€™s monthly lunches are on the first Tuesday of the month at the Auburn Senior Activity Center, 808 Ninth St. SE, Auburn. For more information, contact Stephanie Lawson at 206-579-5206. Gamblers Anonymous: For meeting times and locations, call toll free the Gamblers Anonymous Hotline 1-855-222-5542. Visit www.gawashington.org or www.
Lowenstein with a Christmas medley on harmonica and special holiday music. Bring a gift for the food bank. Cost: $16.50. For more information, call Marlene at 425235-1047.
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Clubs, programs Overcoming Hardship Explored: 7 p.m. Dec. 16, Lifetree CafĂŠ, Community Room, First Christian Church, 11717 240th St. SE, Kent. The program, titled â€œOvercoming Hardship: A Father and Son Beat the Oddsâ€? features a film of Patrick Henry Hughes and his father. Program is free. Snacks and beverages are available. For questions about Lifetree may be directed to Bob Brooks at 206-653-6532 or pastorbob@ kentdisciples.org. More information is available at Lifetreecafe.com. Cultural Awareness Conversations Community Meeting: 6-8 p.m. Jan. 16, Kent-Meridian High School, library, 10020 SE 256th St., Kent. Kent East Hill Revitalization Project hosts meeting. Public welcome. KEHRâ€™s stakeholder/community meetings are held in the library at 6 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month.
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Faith Childrenâ€™s Christmas Musical, â€œNight Shift Before Christmasâ€?: 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, email@example.com
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Chancel Arts at Kent Lutheran: 3-5 p.m. Dec. 15, Kent Lutheran Church, 336 Second Ave. S., Kent. Christmas spectacular. KLCâ€™s Festival Choir joins Seattle Illumni Menâ€™s Chorus, featuring operatic tenor Chris McCafferty and the KLC Bell Ringers. Sean Haley will be at the Hutchings/ Plaisted pipe organ. Seating is limited. Cost: $12.50. Tickets are available from www. brownpapertickets.com or at the door. For more information, contact Sean Haley at 206-660-1199 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.chancelarts.com.
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The Kent Chapter of Business Network, Intâ€™l (BNI): Meets every Wednesday morning at 7 at the Old Country Buffet, 25630 104th SE, Kent. Chapter is growing. Currently have 38 members. Do you want excellent, personal, word of mouth referrals for your business? Then come join us. For more information, contact Dr. Allan McCord at 253-854-3040.
Kent Evening Toastmasters: 7 p.m., Wednesdays, The Lodge, Arbor Village Retirement Center, 24004 114th Place SE, Kent. Are you interested in practicing and improving your public speaking skills? Boosting your self-confidence? Making yourself heard in that weekly meeting at work? Come practice your oratory skills with a friendly and informative group of people. With members ranging from beginners to experts, Kent Evening Toastmasters welcomes people of all skill levels. For more information, visit www.kenteveningtoastmasters.net.
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Kent Black Action Commission Action Up Meeting: 3-6 p.m., every fourth Saturday from September through June. November and December meetings are on the third Saturday, Kent Commons, 525 Fourth Ave. N. Welcome all who live, work, or attend school in Kent or the South King County region to join us. For more information, call 253-852-0614 or visit www. kentblackactioncommission.com.
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An Old Fashioned Christmas: 6:50-9:50 p.m. Dec. 24, New Beginnings Christian Fellowship, 19300 108th Ave. SE, Kent. A Christmas eve musical and dessert auction. 425-282-6220, www.thenbcf.org
California Guitar Trio + Montreal Guitar Trio: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24, Kent-Meridian PAC, 10020 SE 256th St., Kent. Featuring six virtuoso guitarists from four countries (Japan, Canada, Belgium, and U.S.), California Guitar Trio and Montreal Guitar Trio unite into one unique six-by-six-string ensemble. Steel stringed-guitars blend naturally with nylon-stringed guitars on original compositions and new arrangements of progressive rock, world, jazz and classical music. Tickets: $25 general, $22 senior, $15 youth . ELSEWHERE â€œA Gift Best Sharedâ€? concert: 7 p.m. Dec. 13, Maple Valley Presbyterian Church, 22659 Sweeney Road SE, Maple Valley. Maple Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra presents holiday music. Jam Club makes its debut. Donations accepted at the door. For more information about this concert or MVYSO programs, please visit www.mvyso. org or call 425-433-6009. â€œScrooge the Musicalâ€?: 7 p.m. Dec. 13, 14, 20, 21; 3 p.m. Dec. 14, 15, 21, Performing Arts Building, Green River Community College, 12401 SE 320th St., Auburn. Heavier Than Air Family Theatre performs classic tale of Ebenezer Scroogeâ€™s transformation into a new man through his night of ghostly visits, only with a melodic, musical twist. Tickets: $10 advance, $12 at the door. To order tickets or obtain more information, visit www.heavierthanair.com.
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Christmas on Ice Exhibitions: 2-3 p.m. Dec. 14, Kent Station, 417 Ramsay Way. A preview of the Kent Valley Figure Skating Clubâ€™s Christmas on Ice Show. Off ice jumps, spins and artistry with a chance to win two free tickets to the show. For more information, call 253-850-2400, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www. kentvalleyfsc.org. â€œHome for the Holidaysâ€? Concert: 3-5:30 p.m. Dec. 14, First Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 19800 108th Ave. SE, Kent. Holiday concert presented by Rainier Youth Choirs, a community choral music education and performance program for young singers. Bring nonperishable food items for the Kent Food Bank and be entered in a drawing for a basket full of fun. Concert tickets: $12 for adults, $10 for seniors/ students if purchased advance (available online at www.RainierYouthChoirs.org) or $15/$12 at the door. Rainier Chorale â€œChristmas Voicesâ€? Holiday Concert: 2 p.m. Dec. 15, Kent United Methodist Church, 11010 SE 248th St., Kent. Features music of the masters, traditional favorites, and even a bit of humor, a festival of Seattle area choirs. Tickets: $20 general admission, $18 seniors, students, $12 for 11-and-under. For more information, contact Jenny Bygland at 253-8523900, ext. 102, or jbygland@kentmethodist. com, or visit www.rainierchorale.org. Bronn and Katherine Journeyâ€™s 32nd annual Christmas Concert: 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21, Auburn Performing Arts Center, 206 E St. NE. The Journeys and their friends present a casually elegant evening featuring music that celebrates the joy of the Christmas season. Ticket prices range from $14-$24. Group rates also available. To order, visit www.brownpapertickets.com/ event/490788
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Choosing the right plant to embrace winter
Top plant for winter color: Heavenly Hellebores – for indoor, outdoor color Hellebores are drought, shade and deer resistant perennials. Once known as “the Christmas rose” or the “Lenton Rose” today hellebores are new and improved with larger, more colorful blooms that can bedazzle the garden all winter long. In Western Washington the wholesale grower, Skagit Gardens, has been providing hellebores that
can take the place of poinsettias as indoor Christmas gift plants. You can now find the white blooming hellebore “Jacob” potted up and wrapped in festive red foil to give as an easy-to- grow gift plant for indoor enjoyment. Americans are finally catching up to the Europeans who have made Hellebore gift plants a Christmas tradition. The advantage of giving a potted hellebore over a potted poinsettia is that the hellebore can go right out into the garden immediately after the holidays – and will continue to bloom and grow for many winters to come. White blooming hellebores may be the most popular as holiday gift plants but there is now a rainbow of hellebore varieties that bloom deep purple, green, pink, spotted, splotched, peach and ruby red. Hellebores have been cross bred and improved to become the perfect plant for Western Washington winter gardens. Look for locally grown hellebores later this spring from the “Gold Collection” that offer not only Marianne Binetti
The middle of December means the celebration of the winter solstice, which is the shortest day of the year. For gardeners, this means that by the end of the month, the sun will set later each day and bulbs and bud will begin to stir in a slow wake up towards spring. This is part two of creating and celebrating the winter garden. Last week in this column, I wrote about choosing a site, (one you can see from indoors or near the entry,) adding outdoor lighting and choosing a focal point plant. Now it is time to consider some of the best plant material for winter gardens.
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CHRISTMAS RUSH FUN RUN/WALK ATTRACTS A CROWD Nearly 1,900 people participated in Kent’s 31st annual Christmas Rush Fun Run/Walk last Saturday. Curtis Surer, 27, of Colorado Springs, Colo., won the 10K in 32 minutes, 46.6 seconds. A total of 296 runners competed in the 10K race. Riley Campbell, 18, of Maple Valley won the 5K in 16:27.1. There were 1,570 participants in the 5K run. The course started and finished at Russell Road Park. 10K Top Five: 1. Curtis Surer, Colorado Springs, age 27, 32:46.6; 2. Graeme Schroeder, Renton, age 16, 33:51.9; 3. Jacob Fullen, Kent, age 22, 33:55.1; 4. Keegan Fitzpatrick, Maple Valley, age 15, 35:38.2; 5. Isaac Derline, Kent, age 18, 36:06.3 5K Top Five: 1. Riley Campbell, Maple Valley, age 18, 16:27.1; 2. Keefe Hanson, Lake Tapps, age 21, 16:29.4; 3. David McCulloch, Seattle, age 43, 16:53.2; 4. Matthew MacFarlane, Lakeside, Mont., age 18, 17:18.0; 5. Jeff Brady, Maple Valley, age 44, 17:38.8.
Coming off of what head coach Dave Jamison describes as a “mediocre” two past seasons, the Kentridge High boys basketball team is preparing to take off for the 2013-2014 season. Returning from last season with a 12-8 record, Jamison knows his boys can do better. While he says they were “thrown into the fire” in their first two seasons as sophomores and juniors, now it’s time to step up their game. Having an average season has diminished the boys confidence, says Jamison, and he’s worked on building them up to where they feel competitive. “Now that they’re seniors, they’re good, and they should be playing like that all the time,” he said. Finding that consistency has been Jamison’s focal point during practices, as he works to bring his first and second teams in line with each other. This year, two juniors and two sophomores will join eight seniors. While the team has several standout players such as Jawan Stepney and Christoph Adams, it’s also bringing on some talented new players who have impressed Jamison. Sophomore Joran Ticeson is one such player who, according to Jamison, has good judgement on the court as well as good shooting skills. Jamison also believes his guards Keasean Kelly and Deon Thomas
will put up resistance despite being smaller players. The Chargers are a wellbalanced mix of speed and strength, with larger players like Stepney working cohesively with smaller but fast players like Thomas. “All the new kids are good basketball players, but they’re all new to our terminology and the way we do things,” Jamison said. Kentridge went to the district tournament last year, but that isn’t enough for Jamison. He plans to make the state playoffs. With a No. 4 ranking from the Seattle Times, the Chargers may be set up to do just that. The Chargers already have solid victories over Thomas Jefferson, Mount Rainier and Kentwood. They host Auburn Riverside at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Kent-Meridian Kent-Meridian has struggled out of the gate, but coach Brian Lockhart believes that his players will ultimately have a successful season as they get their legs under them. “I really tried to select guys based on character,” he said, having had bad experiences previously with good players who were poor students. The team, he says, has “always been hounded by the academic beast.” Knowing that there’s more to life than basketball, he had to cut players who were floundering. This year, however, he aims to correct
Forward Danny Torlai leaps to block a pass to forward Nick Hopson during a Kentridge practice on Dec. 2. Coach Dave Jamison says his team contains a good balance of speed and height, with shorter players making up for their lack of size with speed. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter
BOYS BASKETBALL AT A GLANCE KENTRIDGE CHARGERS
2012-2013 Season: (9-7 SPSL, 12-8 overall) Returning: G Jawan Stepney 6-3, Sr.; F Danny Torlai 6-6, Sr.; PG Keasean Kelly 5-9, Sr.; F Christoph Adams 6-7, Sr.; PG Deon Thomas, 5-7, Jr.; Post Joe Wainhouse, 6-7, Sr.; New: G Marlon Palmer, Sr.; G Josh Garcia, Sr.; F Hussayn Ford, Sr.; F Nick Hopson Jr.; F Joran Ticeson, Soph.; G Elija Ticeson, Soph.. Strengths: Balance, size, and experience are strengths. Weaknesses: Confidence and two average seasons are weaknesses. In a nutshell: “We’re a real deep athletic group,” Coach David Jamison said. “They’re pretty unselfish. I think that if we show up and play hard every night and share the ball, we’re gonna be pretty good.”
2012-2013 Season: (10-6 SPSL, 12-8 overall) Returning: G Quincy Brown, 5-7 Sr.; WG Bryan Hatfield, 6-0, Sr.; F Marcus Lowe, 6-2, Sr.; WG James Cook 6-0, Sr.; P Alante Peterson, 6-3, Sr.; WG Chris Lewis, 6-2, Jr.; G Jordan Lockhart, 5-8, Jr. New: P Ofenia Soakai, 6-2, Sr.; G Daniel Levison, 6-0, Sr.; G John Okullu, 6-2, Sr.; WG Nate Barton, 6-0, Jr.; P Angel Cheema, 6-2, Jr.; G Romaine Jackson, 5-8, Soph. Strengths: Ability to hit the three, guard speed and depth Weaknesses: Mental resilience, smaller guards In a nutshell: Has the potential to be strong in every game they play, but also needs motivation to prevent them from playing down to competition’s level.
that by picking players who are both successful students and athletes. “It’s not just gonna be basketball,” he said. “It’s gonna be school and life.” He says he’s transitioning his team into an offensiveminded team, one that “gets in your face, and by the fourth quarter tries to wear you out.”
To help him accomplish this, he’s relying on players such as point guard Quincy Brown, post Alante Peterson, and wing Brian Hatfield. Brown, he says, will set the pace while Peterson will be free to rebound and move around the court as needed. Hatfield, he says, is the best scorer on the team. As for his new varsity
players, Lockhart expects Romaine Jackson, Daniel Levison and Ofenia Soakai to shine through a balance of game smarts and court toughness. Lockhart works to bring out these player talents through practices that alternate hard and soft workouts [ more HOOPS page 13 ]
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The Kent-Meridian High girls basketball team has been busy both over the summer and in preseason practices to prepare themselves for an uphill battle against much more established teams. The team may be young, says head coach Deforrest Phelps, but they are eager to prove themselves. After taking over the program two years ago from previous coach Bret Drewery, he sees it as a chance to “put my stamp” on the team. His biggest struggles have been getting the girls to “buy into” the program as more than just a pastime, and build them into a competitive team. “We are building something here,” he said. Because the girls basketball coaches have been so intermittent, coaches haven’t been able to set a stable base for the team to build on. Phelps is hoping to change that. “I’m in it for the long haul to really build this program,” he said. Phelps has prioritized quashing the defeatist attitude that tends to purvey teams at Kent-Meridian. He realizes that the change won’t happen overnight, but
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The Kent-Meridian girls basketball team looks to improve this season in the South Puget Sound League ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter he says he’s ready to put in the time to make the team successful. Three girls return to the team from last season; junior guard Sukhjit Dhaliwal, senior forward Le’Chante Raiwalui and sophomore point guard Anisha Narayan. Phelps is particularly excited to see how newcomer Chanell Cooper performs against her opposition. Phelps believes that the defensive specialist has the talent to maintain control of the team’s defensive game. “She worked extremely hard,” says Phelps, “committed herself to the gym, to the weight room, to
get to a place where she can just come in and dominate on a defensive end.” That defensive specialization is how Phelps plans to run his games. “We have a lot of athletes, people coming in from different sports, so utilizing our skill athletically, I really think we can get the ball up and down the court,” he said. Phelps is optimistic about his girls’ performances, but at the same time realistic in his expectations that the chances of a district title are slim. But that doesn’t mean that anyone going up against the Royals should expect a pushover.
2012-2013 Season: (10-6, 12-8) Returning: Jenny Nguyen, 5-6, Sr.; Le’Chante Raiwalui, 5-9, Sr.; Sukhjit Dhaliwal, 5-7 Jr.; Arrie Brown, 5-10, Soph.; Diana Faamausili, 5-10, Soph.; Anisha Narayan, 4-10, Soph. New: Chanell Cooper, 5-8, Sr.; Faith Faamausili, 6-0, Sr.; Sheridan Brown, 5-5, Soph.; Ashleigh Robinson, 4-10, Soph.; Savannah Lackey, 6-0, Fr. Strengths: Dedication to the idea of improving their school’s reputation and a thick skin developed from poor previous seasons. Weaknesses: Relatively inexperienced group with few senior players. In a nutshell: Commitment to the game and low expectations from previous years can give Kent-Meridian and edge against complacent competition.
“They want to be respected,” he said, “and they’re putting in the work.” The girls took a hard, 48-point loss in their league opener against Tahoma, but recovered to beat Hazen by 33 points and defeated Auburn by 24. Kent-Meridian hosts Kentlake Friday night at 7:30. NEXT WEEK: A look at the Kentridge girls.
Mist takedown Seattle Mist safety Jessica Hopkins attempts to drag down Los Angeles Temptation receiver Courtney Pereto at the Legends Football League Pacific Cup on Friday, Dec. 6 at the ShoWare Center. The Mist beat their rivals 27-25. Two successful last-minute drives by Los Angeles cut the score to a two-point difference. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter
[ HOOPS from page 12 ] for equal time, and stressing cohesive play. Finally, he’s had to work on fighting the player’s belief that their team is destined for mediocrity. He hopes to take a top-three spot in the league, but knows it won’t happen unless the players believe both in one another and have
pride in their team both on and off the court. “When you get guys to believe, who play together, who knows what could happen,” Lockhart said. Kent-Meridian lost its first three games against West Seattle, Tahoma and Auburn. The Royals travel to play Kentlake at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
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