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Kellen Hall, Enumclaw Hornets basketball coach, draws up the winning play Friday in the subdistrict title game against Kennedy. Enumclaw won 59-57. Story on page 3.

Seeking the financial means to deal with deteriorating streets, members of the Enumclaw City Council – assembling in their dual role as the city’s Transportation Benefit District – have decreed that vehicle owners will pay an additional $20 when renewing their license tabs. The new fee – which will be instituted after winding its way through the state’s Department of Licensing – was passed Feb. 10 by a 4-2 vote. Enumclaw officials were acting in the shadow of the King County Council, with earlier in the day had created a countywide Transportation Benefit District. In Seattle, authorities see the TBD as a way to pump needed dollars into mass transit, while also sharing money with communities throughout the county.

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Police break case in scrap metal thefts By Dennis Box Editor

Enumclaw police broke a scrap metal theft case that detectives and officers worked on for months. The investigation culminated the evening of Feb. 12 when police arrested three suspects, two men and a women, caught with a pickup full of scrap metal allegedly taken from Extreme Options Fabrication on Garrett Street. One of the males and the female were in their late 20s and the other male was in his late 30s.

According to Detective Sgt. Mark Leitl of the Enumclaw Police Department, the break in the case began with a “social contact” by officers at the business, checking to see if there were problems or concerns. The owner of Extreme Options, Anthony Diss, told the officers someone had been cleaning out the scrap metal bin outside his business. Diss said by phone Friday, “This (the theft) had been going for a long time.” He estimated losses reached $10,000 during the past six months, which included scrap



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metal and someone breaking into vehicles. Diss said many of the thefts focused on aluminum, stainless steel and copper. The arrests occurred after the detectives set up a surveillance operation. Leitl said police had been working the case since summer. Leitl said scrap metal theft has been a problem for businesses and residents for more than a year and have been also occurring in Bonney Lake and Auburn. According to the detective, there have been instances of someone

cutting fences to get into a truck company and King County Sheriff’s deputies reported thefts of metal at the White River Amphitheatre. Leitl said he did not know if this group of suspects is responsible for all the thefts. The scrap metal was being recycled in Bonney Lake and Fife, according to the officers who have been working the case. Many of the thefts occurred late at night and during early-morning hours. The suspects were thought to be cruising alleys searching for metal at homes and businesses.

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Plateau flocks for trio of marijuana licenses The following is an expanded version of a story that appeared in last week’s edition. Last week’s version mistakenly included only those seeking licenses to produce marijuana; there are separate licenses required to process or sell marijuana in

a retail setting.

By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

There’s no shortage of people hoping to cash in on the growing, processing or selling of recreational mari-

juana and the Plateau is no exception. Since the Washington State Liquor Control Board began accepting applications in December, there have been more than 7,000 requests lodged by businesses and private citizens

from major cities and tiny hamlets throughout the state. Many of those are from the same party, as it takes a separate license to produce and process the end product. Those with a license to sell are not allowed to be producers or

processors. As of Jan. 28 the Plateau list included 18 requests from those with Enumclaw addresses, seven from Buckley, nine from Black Diamond and one from Wilkeson. The majority with Enumclaw addresses are outside the city limits and are not subject to a moratorium the Enumclaw City Council recently imposed on the growing, processing or sale of recreational marijuana. Here’s the list of applicants as of Feb. 13, according to the WSLCB website.

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• Pure Green Cross WA, 21416 436th S.E. • Black Diamond Cannabis LLC, 2040 Commerce St. • Flying Eagle Farm, 18124 S.E. 416th St. Suite A • Giggle Bush, 41923 192nd Pl. S.E. • R&R Logistics LLC, 20206 S.E. 436th St. • Ron Johnson, 1101 Battersby Ave. • Bahr Farm and Nursery, 42215 284th Ave. S.E. • Happy Trailz LLC, 27124 S.E. 416th St. • James J. Hale, 2040 Commerce St. • Viridis Remedium, 21416 S.E. 436th St. • Four Aces Growers, 21304 S.E. 448th St.

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• The Cannaisseur, 28719 SR 410 • Buckley Bud and Bakery, 740 Main St.

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• Denagrow, 606 Church St.

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• Emerald Botanicals, 30741 Third Ave. • III King Company, 31119 Third Ave. • Oldtowne Apothacary, 32700 Railroad Ave. • Sufficient Systems, 30741 Third Ave.

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• Black Diamond Gardens LLC, 26130 S.E. Green Valley Rd. • Botanical Arts LLC, 33118 Third Ave. • Erbacce Wholesale LLC, 30848 Third Ave.

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• Evergreen Valley Farms, 26130 S.E. Green Valley Rd.

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• Kosher Concentrates, 26130 S.E. Green Valley Rd.


TWO CHARGES: Police responded the afternoon of Feb. 10 to a Porter Street address, where a person was taken into custody and booked for domestic violence/ assault and domestic violence/ harassment. AGENCY ASSIST: City police responded at 2 a.m. Feb. 9 to a location on 244th Avenue Southeast to help the Washington State Patrol and Fire District 28 staff with a vehicle in the ditch. The vehicle was impounded and the motorist was cited for driving under the influence. CITIZEN ASSIST: An officer spoke

with a citizen the afternoon of Feb. 9 regarding a ticket that had been issued the previous night. It was explained that the ticket would have to be contested in court, not with the police. TEEN DRIVER: Police were told Feb. 9 of a vehicle that had been driven through two stop signs. An officer responded to the address of the registered owner and contacted the teenager who had been behind the wheel. The teen was counseled with a family member present. FRAUD REPORTS: Two citizens arrived at the police station the

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Enumclaw boys win with last second shot By Dennis Box Editor

It came down to the last second and the last shot for Enumclaw Hornet Drake Rademacher to grab his own rebound and put it back into the hoop for the win. The Hornet boys basketball team beat Kennedy 59-57 at home Friday to take the subdistrict tournament championship. With the victory, Enumclaw earned a first round bye in the district championship. The Hornets will play today, Wednesday, 6 p.m. at Washington High School, 12420 Ainsworth

Ave. S., Tacoma. Enumclaw outscored Kennedy in the first quarter, 14-7 and second, 19-13. Kennedy came out hot in second half outshooting the Hornets 17-13 in the third and 20-13 in the fourth. When it came down to the wire, Rademacher took over the paint to win the game. "Drake was a beast in the second half," coach Kellen Hall said. "He had 20 of our 26 second half points and pretty much put us on his back." Rademacher hit for 21 points, 16 rebounds and three assists. Scotty Garvin scored

Drake Rademacher drives to the hoop. Photo by Dennis Box 11 with three assists. Josh Erickson scored 10 and Bryce Peterson 8.

While Kennedy came out hot in the second half, Enumclaw played with what the defense allowed. "Our guys have really started to embrace taking what the defense gives us," Hall said. "Generally, with our lineup, we have a mismatch or advantage somewhere, and that's where we look to attack. Most teams we see focus on stopping Rademacher. Sharing the ball and playing off of that has been critical for us." The final play of the game Hall said was a "simple one-four low set that we run. We drew up exactly where we wanted people in the huddle, and our boys

executed well. It's not often that we run it for Drake, but he wasn't going to be stopped. The design was to spread the floor and let him attack. If they doubled him, then he gives it up, but they didn't do that." Hall said over the season Enumclaw has benefited from a motion style offense highlighting the skills of all positions and opportunities. On defense many teams attempt to double Rademacher. "We do run much more motion offense than teams traditionally do with a big man such as Drake, " Hall said. "This year we've seen just about every defense

possible to eliminate his touches inside. If we were to just run him at the low or high post, he would constantly be double-teamed. By spreading the floor, and including motion concepts against both man and zone, it not only frees him up, but creates great opportunities for the other guys to get good looks as well. We have many different scoring options and by keeping things spread and clear, it gives multiple guys chances to attack and utilize their strengths." Also scoring for Enumclaw were Zac Webb, 5; Erik Van Hulse, 3 and King Rainwater, 1.

Gymnasts win district crown By Dennis Box Editor

The Enumclaw gymnastic team won the West Central District crown sweeping the top three allaround spots. The team won the district title at Mount Rainier High Saturday with a score of 172.375. The Hornets took the subdistrict league title Feb.

8 and followed that up with the district championship Saturday. The team’s sights are now set on its third consecutive state crown. The state meet begins Friday at the Tacoma Dome. V i c t o r i a Hernandez edged out teammate Olivia Bannerot for the top all-around score

with 36.725. Bannerot was second with 36.175. Hernandez took first in bars with 9.0, second on the beam with 9.1, second on the vault with 9.4 and fifth on the floor with 9.255. Bannerot took first place in three events – the vault with 9.4, beam with 9.175 and floor with

9.475. She placed fourth on the bars with 8.0 when she slipped off the lower bar at the beginning of her routine. Her routine was still strong enough to earn her fourth place. Emily Berte took third in all around with 34.8. She took third in the bars with 8.075, third on the floor with 9.350, fourth on the beam with 8.875 and seventh on the vault with 8.5.

The Hornet gymnastic team won the West Central District title Saturday at Mount Rainier High. Photo by Dennis Box

White River boys, girls No. 1 to district tournament By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

The regular season was a fine tune-up for White River High’s boys and girls basketball programs, but the Class 2A subdistrict tournaments brought even greater accomplishments. Both Hornet teams placed second during the South Puget Sound League 2A cam-

paign, but each found even more success during the three-game tourney that set the stage for this week’s district tournament. White River’s boys and girls teams combined to go 6-0 in subdistrict play, each earning championship honors. White River boys Having defeated Steilacoom, Clover Park and Fife in the span of four subdistrict

nights, the Hornet boys received a welldeserved bye in the first round of district play. White River opens the district tourney at 7:45 tonight, Wednesday, taking on the winner of Tuesday night’s contest between Sumner and Lindbergh. The game is slated for Curtis High in University Place. If White River wins tonight, the Hornets will be guaranteed a spot in the regional



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Enumclaw 59, Kennedy Catholic 57 3A Subdistrict Championship February 14 at Enumclaw Enumclaw: 14-19-13-13 – 59 Kennedy Catholic: 7-13-17-20 – 57 Enumclaw: Drake Rademacher 21, Scotty Garvin 11, Josh Erickson 10, Bryce Peterson 8 Zac Webb 5, Erik Van Hulse 3, King Rainwater 1. White River 44, Fife 43 2A Subdistrict Championship February 14 at White River White River: 18-10-10-6 – 44 Clover Park: 18-6-16-3 – 43 White River: Spencer Swigart 12, Brandon Dove 9, Dustin France 9, Clayton Holm 8, Brandon Garvin 4, Tyler Meadows 2. White River 63, Clover Park 56 2A Subdistrict Tournament February 13 at White River White River: 14-17-8-24 – 63 Clover Park: 15-11-17-13 – 56 White River: Spencer Swigart 16, Dustin France 13, Bo Dudley 9, Brandon Garvin 7, Brandon Dove 5, Brandon Scheer 5, Clayton Holm 4, Logan Goethals 4. Enumclaw 47, Auburn Mountainview 40 3A Subdistrict Tournament February 12 at Enumclaw Enumclaw: 10-10-11-16 – 47 Auburn M’view: 11-6-9-14 – 40 Enumclaw: Bryce Peterson 20, Drake Rademacher 12, Scotty Garvin 7, Josh Erickson 4, Zac Webb 4.

GIRLS BASKETBALL White River 56, Sumner 54 2A Subdistrict Championship February 14 at Sumner White River: 13-16-15-12 – 56 Sumner: 7-19-17-11 – 54 White River: Amanda Lance 19, Kristin Sturdivan 17, Darian Gore 8, Kendall Bird 7, Maci Goethals 3, Bailey Mills 2. Bonney Lake 49, Enumclaw 35 3A Subdistrict Tournament February 14 at Bonney Lake Enumclaw: 6-12-6-11 – 45 Auburn M’view: 7-8-13-21 – 49 Enumclaw: Hayley Sonneson 12, Kylie Rademacher 8, Katie Carlson 5, Kimmy Aubert 4, Sam Engebretson 4, Noelle Putman 2. White River 58, Renton 50 2A Subdistrict Tournament February 13 at Renton White River: 13-19-10-16 – 58 Renton: 16-16-5-13 – 50 White River: scoring details not available Auburn Mountainview 49, Enumclaw 37 3A Subdistrict Tournament February 12 at Auburn Mountainview Enumclaw: 1-9-12-15 – 37 Auburn M’view: 13-8-16-12 – 49 Enumclaw: Katie Carlson 14, Kimmy Aubert 8, Sam Engebretson 4, Kylie Rademacher 4, Hayley Sonneson 4, Noelle Putman 3.

WR wrestlers off to state By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

White River boys The White River High boys took fourth-place honors during Saturday’s subregional wrestling tournament at Orting. Leading the way for the Hornets were three individual champions. Mason Hamilton captured the title at 106 pounds, defeating teammate Alex Armstrong in the finals; Trevor Kurtz was the champion at 138; and Austin Ross battled his

way to the top at 195. Other placers for the Hornets were William Brown, second place at 170 pounds; Dylan Kohler, third at 113; John Ayala, fourth, 126; Cody Schwab, fourth, 138; Case Ford, fifth, 152; Lucas Doll, sixth, 120; Erik Ball, sixth, 182

White River girls Paced by Hannah Lewandowski’s individual championship, White River High’s girls battled their way to a fourth-place finish during Saturday’s Region II

wrestling meet. Staged at Steilacoom High, the event brought together 20 teams from the Class 4A, 3A and 2A ranks. In the final tally, White River trailed only Lakes, Puyallup and Emerald Ridge. The only Hornet to advance to the finals, Lewandowski made the most of her opportunity. Competing in the 190pound class, she pinned her Peninsula Seahawk opponent at the 5:32 mark to earn her title.

Ballard in second season with WSU water polo club By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

Former Enumclaw High water polo player Alison Ballard has taken her game from the prep ranks to the collegiate level. A team captain during her senior season at EHS, Ballard is now a junior at Washington State University, where she and her Cougar teammates compete in the Women’s Collegiate Club Northwest Division. This is Ballard’s second season with the WSU program and some of the lessons learned in the local pool have paid dividends. “Water polo at EHS prepared me in the sense that it taught me the basics of water polo,” she wrote in an email from Pullman. “It is where I learned how to play, shoot, understand the game.” Ballard also grew as a player through involvement in the Puget Sound Polo club team. “That is where I learned the truly competitive side of water polo and that transitioned into college,” she wrote. Predictably, the pace quickened a bit when Ballard packed her bags and headed to the Palouse. “The main difference is everything is more intensified at the college level,” she wrote. “Swim sets are faster, practice is longer and the drills are more specific. The thing about college is everyone already has done it so it is not like we are starting from scratch.” Ballard and her teammates kicked off the 2014 in fine fashion, winning three of four games during a mid-January tourna-

WHITE RIVER FROM 3 game that will determine the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds to regionals. White River girls Like the Hornet boys, the White River girls won

ment on neutral waters at Central Washing ton Un i v e r s i t y. B a l l a r d accounted for four goals as WSU defeated Oregon State, Western Washing ton Alison Ballard and the University of Washington, losing only to Oregon. Aside from those teams, the Northwest Division includes Portland State University. Ballard is in her second year with the WSU program. Washington State will host a 16-game tournament in early March, then head to Corvallis, Ore., in April for the Northern Division championships. That tourney will determine which team heads to the May 2-4 National Collegiate Club Championship. Water polo is not an NCAA sport in Pullman, instead operating under the umbrella of University Recreation, which recognizes 27 club teams. Offerings include some of the traditional collegiate sports, like baseball and wrestling, along with such diverse clubs as badminton, equestrian and triathlon. In all, approximately 850 WSU students participate in club sports.

a trio of subdistrict games in four nights, thus earning a first-round bye into districts. Victories over Fife and Renton set the stage for a third showdown with league champion Sumner; having dropped the first two, the Hornets salvaged sweet revenge with a victory in the subdistrict title game. White River’s girls open district play at 7:45 tonight, Wednesday, at Bellermine Prep in Tacoma. They will take on either Fife or Evergreen, who squared off Monday in a loser-out contest.

If the White River girls win tonight, they will next play at 7:45 p.m. Friday at Curtis High. A Friday victory would send the Hornets to the district title game at 4 p.m. Saturday at Pacific Lutheran University. A Friday loss would bring an 8 p.m. game Saturday at Foss High. If White River were to lose tonight, the Hornets would have to survive a pair of loser-out contests Friday and Saturday to grab the district’s No. 5 seed into regionals. The Friday game would begin at 6 p.m. Friday at Tacoma’s Wilson High.

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It’s plenty wet, but spring pruning is nearly here The recent snow storms and subfreezing temperatures in the aftermath of Seahawk celebrations mask the fact that the spring pruning season will soon arrive. February through April is the traditional time for pruning fruit trees. Winter is also a good time to work on ornamental trees because it is easier to determine what needs to be pruned before new leaves begin to grow. There are three major items to consider when planning your spring tree work. First, fruit trees will benefit from pruning to enhance fruit production. Second, pruning ornamental trees is completely different from pruning fruit trees. Third, if hiring someone to do the work, choose a reputable tree service or a professional arborist. Unfortunately, there are plenty of well-meaning folks that do not possess the knowledge of proper

The Evergreen Arborist Dennis Tompkins Columnist

pruning techniques.

Fruit Trees

If they have been pruned on a regular basis, they have developed numerous water sprouts. As a general rule, one-third or more can be thinned out. Most of the remaining sprouts should be shortened to 4 to 10 inches. Careful pruning will help control the size of a tree and keep the fruit more reachable.

Treat Ornamental Trees Gently

Severe topping or aggressive

pruning of any ornamental tree should be avoided to maintain its natural shape. Not only is it ugly, but the resulting water sprouts are a survival response as a tree attempts to replenish the lost food-manufacturing branches and leaves. These fast growing sprouts can grow up to 5 feet or more a year. This may require frequent work by maintenance crews that could have been avoided by proper thinning and pruning. Unfortunately, Mother Nature did a number on certain species like flowering plums during the January 2012 ice storm. The resulting masses of sprouts will provide challenges for the next few years. Proper thinning can help renovate many of these trees. Responsible tree services and certified arborists will discourage tree topping. The key to successful ornamental pruning is to have the final result look as if very little

has been done to a tree.

Overgrown Trees

If a tree is too wide or tall for its space, there are at least two options: 1 – Carefully select some of the longer, unsightly branches. Either cut them back to where they join a larger branch or the main trunk or lightly trim them back to a shorter length. 2 – Remove the tree and plant one that will grow to fill, not overcrowd, a chosen space. This is much preferable to doing a severe pruning job. Be aware that the height estimates on nursery labels are often conservative.

Do the Right Thing

I often ask a homeowner what he or she wants a tree to look like. Sometimes I have to explain why their request may not be practical or healthy for a tree and we will discuss some options. This should be the approach of any

knowledgeable and responsible tree pruner. Sometimes a homeowner will tell me to “do what I think needs to be done.” This can be a dangerous instruction to give because some tree pruners do not know the correct way to treat ornamental trees. The results may be painful to look at. And it might be even more painful to write a check. I always insist that a homeowner be present during a job. That way he or she can immediately approve or express concerns of the work in progress and be available to ask or answer questions. Dennis Tompkins, a Bonney Lake resident, is a certified arborist and certified tree risk assessor. He provides small tree pruning, pest diagnosis, hazard tree evaluations, tree appraisals and other services for homeowners. Contact him at 253 863-7469 or email at Website:


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Sometime in the mid 1960s, David and Leticia Cardenas snuck across the border from Mexico to the United States. They were frightened, but filled with hopes and dreams of honest work, a paycheck and, in their wildest imagination, perhaps even a home for the family they planned to have. They hoped their children could get a good education, start a business and successfully cut their slice from the American pie. In short, they had the same aspirations as most immigrants. I’m happy to report, all their reverie came true. David and Celso Cardenas were born in the Los Angeles area, thus securing Wally DuChateau their U.S. citizenship Columnist before the family returned to Mexico. They moved to the Enumclaw region when they were 15 and 12 years old, respectively. They already had an older brother here. The first job David ever had was washing dishes and swabbing tables in the Mazatlan restaurant. He went to Enumclaw High School and planned to become a state patrolman but, while waiting to attend the police academy, he started working construction and this proved so rewarding he gave up his law enforcement ambitions.

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year off to a strong start I would like to give thanks to our city manager, staff, administration, mayor, and City Council members for all the hard work they did in the year 2013. The following is a review of some of the city of Enumclaw’s highlights, events and accomplishments that occurred in the 2013 calendar year: • Approval of Ordinance 2521 setting up an Expo Advisory Board consisting of seven members to advise City Council on the overall vision and mission of the Expo Center. Later in the year the mayor appointed members of the newly formed Expo Advisory Committee. • Our City Council established a Transportation Benefit District which will be used to in the future to fund improvements to our city streets. • On Jan. 27, 2013, we celebrated the Enumclaw Centennial at the Enumclaw fieldhouse, a celebration of 100 years since our city was formed on Jan. 27, 1913.

• The city was able to procure two offers to manage the golf course. The competition from the two bidders resulted in an overall improved lease for the city the golf course. The golf course is now operated by a PGA professional who is continuing to make improvements to the golf course. • The mayor signed a mutual letter of understanding with King County regarding negotiating with the future land owner of the White River timber property regarding residents gaining access to the White River timber properties for affordable recreational use. • The Washington State Senate passed Bill 5030 which will extend the Chinook Scenic Byway between Highway 410 and Farman Street. This will help city attract more tourism and enable the city to obtain grants in the future. • Ordinance 2526 added two new chapters to the code relating to the protection and preservation of historic landmarks. • Ordinance 2528 amended the municipal code regarding regulations for sewer and water administration, specifically the adjustment of water and sewer bills due to leaks for single-family residential customers.

• Resolution 1477 was adopted regarding funding of the Plateau Historical Society for the purpose of transferring, maintaining and displaying artifacts. • The city of Enumclaw recognized Jobyna Nickum, Enumclaw Senior Center director’s achievement of being named Washington Association of Senior Centers professional of the year. • The Enumclaw Economic Development Task Force reported on their initial draft of recommendations to the City Council for a plan to help economic growth in our city. • Resolution 1478 was approved which approved funding for improvements to McFarland Park • The Enumclaw City Council approved a new interim city manager Chris Searcy replacing the outgoing Mike Thomas. Later in the year the Council approved Chris Searcy as the city manager. • City Council approved Resolution 1485, an agreement between the city of Enumclaw and state public utilities for the replacement of the city’s 2 million gallon water reservoir. • In 2013 City Council approved funding for social service needs in the 2014 Budget including: Youth

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The definition of a plutocrat is “a person who derives power from wealth.” Warren Buffet fits in that category. Buffet said in 2011 about the U.S. government: “We are still a democracy, but we have moved in my lifetime towards a plutocracy. We do not have a plutocracy, I want to emphasize that, but the distribution of wealth and the influence of wealth have moved in that direction.” These are troubling words from Buffett, but he should know. Ironically, though, he, like other plutocrats in their own areas, has gained greatly from government help in order to create monopolies. In 2009, his company, Berkshire Hathaway, purchased 77 percent of the shares of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad for $44 billion, according to David Cay Johnston in his best seller “The Fine Print: How Big Companies Use Plain English to Rob You Blind.” (You can see BNSF railcars in Auburn.) Had you purchased $1 worth of stocks in BNSF just after Buffett bought the lion’s share, the value would have grown to $3.75 by 2012, much better than the stock market a year after the 2008 economic crash.

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By understanding how he did it, we can consider what it says about Buffett, and plutocrats as a group. BNSF is a near monopoly, controlling 49 percent of rail traffic in the West. For farmers who need to ship their products to the cities, it’s the cheapest and virtually only means they have to do so. Truck hauling is far too expensive compared to trains. Farmers are considered “captive shippers.” Forty-four percent of rail freight in 2012 was coal. According to Johnston, the best and most sulfurfree coal comes from Wyoming. The federal government limits coal production to cut down on air pollution, so most of the U.S. coal comes from Wyoming. Therefore the price is higher. This was a factor in Buffett’s purchase of BNSF.

Just before Buffet bought BNSF, the Surface Transportation Board, which regulates the industry, made an announcement that BNSF’s rates were too low – meaning that they could be raised. The STB tends to have more empathy for the railroads than it has for rail customers. That is the current attitude of both state and the federal regulatory agencies toward large corporations, according to Johnston. Buffett, in buying the BNSF, now had two positive ways to make a profit: the opportunity to raise rail rates and a near monopoly on shipping coal. Buffett is known to prefer “market monopolies.” Competition, as Buffet says, “tends to eat up any excess profits.” This is the antithesis of capitalism, which is supposed to thrive on competition. Buffet also owns an electric utility in Oregon, PacifiCorp, which uses coal to generate electricity. So not only does he control a railroad virtual monopoly, he also owns another government-regulated monopoly, a power utility. According to Oregon law, utilities were given the right in

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LETTERS FROM 6 Services, $50,000; Plateau Outreach Ministry, $25,000, KCSARC, $2,000; Neighbors Feeding Neighbors, $5,000; YWCA, $2,000. • Additional budget appropriations approved by council for 2014 include: Enumclaw Area Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Center, $10,000; Arts Alive rental subsidy of $7,500; Enumclaw Area Chamber of Commerce rental subsidy of $6,000; and Enumclaw Green River Community College, $10,000. • The city began ground preparation on the welcome for the Enumclaw sign monument that will be located at Highway 410 and Warner Avenue. • City Council took another step toward breaking ground on the Enumclaw Welcome Center by reaching an agreement

ELFERS FROM 6 2011 to pocket state taxes, something that Buffett’s lobbyists were able to lobby into law through the Oregon legislature. So, Oregon taxpayers unknowingly pay a state tax that goes directly into the pockets of PacifiCorp. Buffet raised railroad rates, which in turn raised utility rates in Oregon. This meant he benefited from rising prices from both companies, and the consumers were held captive to those

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 7 committee members for their faithful work in supporting the schools time and time again. Thank you to every building’s parent organization taking a position in support and engaging their membership. Thank you to the chamber and the Enumclaw Schools Foundation for all their support. Thank you to all the citizens who wrote letters to the editor, waved signs and generally spread the word. April Schroeder Enumclaw School Board president

with the Forest Service and Parks Service. We are off to a great start in 2014. We have three new energetic council members whom have good ideas for improving our community. Already in 2014 our council has acted to further reduce regulations on businesses and have approved a funding source for our transportation benefit district for needed city street improvements. By working together we can make 2014 an even better year. Please provide your ideas to our mayor or one of your city councilman. Your input is valued and appreciated. Sincerely, Darrel Dickson Enumclaw City Council, Position 2

Senator is too important to make tax errors

Thank you to all the levy

I am disappointed that Sen. Roach chose to indirectly voice her opposition to the Enumclaw School District maintenance and operation levy, the critical revenue lifeline for our

rising costs. Railroad executives used to complain about employee “featherbedding” by unions who did not allow railroads to lay off excess workers. “Now we have, by government policy, what might be called ‘capital featherbedding’. But you won’t hear the railroad executives gripe about that,” Johnston writes. Part of the problem with the nation today is that plutocrats have been able to control government through lobbying of Congress and by financing political cam-

paigns, thus buying influence. This, in turn, increases profits for the super wealthy and creates monopolies. The consumer experiences rising prices and reduced buying power while the superrich like Buffett and other plutocrats get even richer. Buffett’s giving away of part of his wealth to noble causes conceals the moneygrubbing plutocrat he really is. We are truly living in a second Gilded Age – bright and shiny gold on the outside, but of low quality on the inside.

Thanks to those who made levy effort a success

school district. I know the senator to be a person of high moral character, so I cannot believe that she deliberately tried to mislead voters into thinking their ta xes would increase if the levy passed. Thus, I can only presume that she didn’t know this levy was a replacement levy and not a new tax, nor a capital bond. It took our representatives, including one from her own party, to publicly correct her. I hope the senator will take the time to read the levy ballot information more carefully next time. She is too important of a voice for all of us to make this kind of mistake in the future. Thomas Redman Enumclaw

WALLY FROM 6 Eight years ago, Dave and Celso opened their own business, D and C Roofing. The operation proved quite successful. They serve the Bonney Lake/Enumclaw area and handle all kinds of projects, whether composition, cedar shakes, skylights or flat roofs. Then, five years ago the brothers bought the El Camino restaurant from Leon Hernandez. This was a rather risky investment because, counting Taco Time, there were already four Mexican restaurants in town. Furthermore, they knew absolutely nothing about the restaurant business. Today, Dave and Celso know everything about it. They learned quite a lot from their loyal and knowledgeable staff, both full-time and part-time, and they want to extend a heartfelt thanks to all these employees because the enterprise never would have survived without their help. In the last few years, the brothers have extensively remodeled the place, especially the lounge. It has a fully-stocked bar with 35 kinds of tequila. Yeah, you read that correctly, 35 kinds of tequila. If the ol’ cactus juice is one of your personal favorites, this place is the mother lode!

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The key is our relationship with God, not religion some arbitrary set of rules or guidelines, which is evil, and produces horrible consequences in lives. And is so very contrary to everything Jesus stood for. Jesus was not about a “to do” list; when he died Jesus proclaimed that “It is finished!” (John 19:30). Jesus did not mean for us to live the “Christian Life.” This is clearly impossible! In authentic Christianity it is God who lives out the “Christian Life” through us, not a white-knuckled, gut-wrenching act of human effort. The Apostle Paul clarified that in several places, “…for it is God who is at work in you, both to will and to work for His good pleasure” (Philippians 2:13). God lives out our Christian faith by willing and working through our yielded lives. That is the key, our yielding, God’s will, not ours. We see the same idea in Ephesians 2:8-10: “For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, that no one should boast. For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Again, very clear that salvation is a gift, undeserved, and even our supposed good works flow out of our surrender that allows Jesus to work through us, thus making us “His Workmanship.” Authentic Christianity is all about our relationship with God, not religion. Religion is what we create as humans to fill the “God-shaped vacuum” – a phrase coined by Blaise Pascal back in the 1600s. It is what we do instead of surrendering to a “…God (who) demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8).


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God longs for relationship, but we seem to prefer religion, living out our will rather than yielding to God’s will. One thing is clear; Jesus’ call for authentic believers is to treat all with dignity and respect. That also includes being truthful and honest. Who did Jesus have the most truthful and seemingly harsh words for? Those words were reserved for… the religious!

Celebrating 104 Marie F. Cramer was born Feb. 11, 1910, in Ravensdale and has lived in this area her entire life. She recently celebrated her 104th birthday at Enumclaw Health and Rehabilitation Center, where she has lived since 2005. She and her husband owned and operated the gas station at Krain Corner north of town, which still stands, though no longer operating. She continues to enjoy going on outings, facility happy hour and music. Photo courtesy Enumclaw

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In parts of the Internet these days Church there is a lot of ranting Corner about religion being the No. 1 problem in the world. That claim Dan Duncan is a little dramatic and Hillside Community overblown, when any Church serious conversation and examination of the issue is hyperbole, particularly when you consider the many social services provided worldwide, freely and open-handedly by those of faith. Yes, I know that is not always the case. And yes, I know that places religious deaths throughout history at about 809 million. And yet as a pastor I would be the first to point out that religion has a horrible impact on many lives. I see it daily as people struggle over “should” and “ought” that exceeds the true morality God has placed in each of our hearts, as blurred as that can become sometimes. Or because of some religious bias, a person thinks they have a right to treat another human being with anything other than dignity and respect for any reason, even being religious. So let’s define religion this way: any philosophical, political, educational, economic or religious system that seeks to control and/or manipulate other human beings contrary to their own best interest. That is done by coercive manipulation and/or social injunctions driven by

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Wednesday, February 19, 2014 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 9 He was preceded in death by brother Walter (Bunny) McGuire. There will be a celebration of his life in Hoquiam at a later date.

OBITUARIES HAROLD McGUIRE Enumclaw resident Harold W. McGuire died Feb. 8, 2014. He was born July 20, 1925, in Hoquiam, Wash., to Walter and Bea Harold McGuire McGuire and recently attended his Hoquiam High 70-year reunion. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, spending two and one-half years on Guam, where he would check torpedo nets in the bay. Following his discharge, he graduated from Grays Harbor College and then went on to Central Washington State College. He spent 30 years with Weyerhaeuser, working in Aberdeen, Wash., and Enumclaw. At the time of his retirement he was the Northwest regional quality control supervisor. He enjoyed golfing, fishing, clam digging and traveling to Hawaii and Alaska. He was proud of being a part of the effort to acquire a building for the Enumclaw Men’s Golf Clubhouse. He is survived by his wife of 64 years Glow McGuire; children Marcie Belfield and husband Lee, Marilee Garland and husband Rick and Tom McGuire; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

NEW FEE FROM 1 Much of the Enumclaw discussion centered upon what the county might do, the dollars that could be generated and the limitations that could result from actions taken in Seattle. If King County officials were to impose a countywide Transportation Benefit District, for example, Enumclaw could not have done the same – not without a vote of the public. That was one factor prompting Enumclaw officials to take action last week. Additionally, it’s antici-

LEON EVANS Former Enumclaw resident Leon Evans 64, died Feb. 7, 2014, after falling from a piece of heavy equipment on the Dalton Highway in Alaska. He had worked for Alaska’s Department of Transportation for 10 years as an equipment operator and journeyman His heart was in logging, but he enjoyed seeing the wildlife that visited the camp and the beauty of Alaska. He is survived by wife Bernice of Fairbanks, Alaska; sons Shane Evans and wife Kelly of Fairbanks and Dustyn Evans and wife Danielle of Buckley; mother Betty Mattioda of Montana; sisters Cookie Arrants and husband Stan of Montana and Mitzi Wimer and husband Butch of Tacoma; brother Bruce Evans of California; Bing Markus of Palmer Wash.; and four grandchildren. A celebration of life will take place this spring.

was a volunteer in aviation education and a founder of Big World Flight for Education. She was a longtime member and governor of the 99s, the International Organization of Women Pilots. She is survived by husband Tom Jensen of Auburn, Wash.; son Steve Jensen and wife Kim of Fraser, Colo.; daughter Patty Wood and husband Brian of Kelso, Wash.; and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by brother Terry Kelley. She will be laid to rest at Goleta Cemetery in Goleta, Calif. A celebration of her life will take place at a later date. Remembrances can be made to the American Cancer Society, 728 134th St. S.W. #101, Everett, Wash. 98204. Arrangements are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. All may sign the online guest book at www.weeksfuneralhomes. com.

JUANITA ALLEN Juanita Allen of Enumclaw died Feb. 8, 2014. She was 96. She was born April 9, 1917, in Enumclaw

and graduated from Enumclaw High School in 1935. She retired from Mutual of Enumclaw after 20 years of service and enjoyed fishing, traveling in her RV and clam digging. She was a Juanita Allen member of Amoranth with the Masons, Black Diamond. Survivors include son Darrell Glover and wife Diann of Lake Forest Park, Wash.; daughter Dian Johnson of Black Diamond; sister Erna Schauers of Enumclaw; and eight grandchildren. She was preceded in death by husbands Evan Johnson and Earl Allen and son Russell Glover. A graveside service will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, at Evergreen Memorial Park in Enumclaw. Remembrances can be made to a favorite charity. Services are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. All may sign the online guest book at www.weeksfuneralhomes. com.

NANCY JENSEN Nancy Kelly Jensen died Feb. 12, 2014, at the age of 70. She was born Nov. 4, 1943, in Santa Barbara, Calif., to Joseph and Kathryn Kelley. An active pilot who loved to fly, she

pated that King County’s TBD will put a bond issue before county voters as early as April. If the countywide TBD package is proposed and approved, Enumclaw vehicle owners will pay twice – an additional $20 annually for their license tabs, plus a sales tax hike stemming from the countywide vote. The benefit is city roads would have two new funding sources. It’s anticipated the local license fee will generate perhaps $210,000 annually, while the countywide TBD proposal – if passed – would see about $290,000 coming

Enumclaw’s way each year. That would just about meet Enumclaw’s demand, according to City Administrator Chris Searcy. A study of the city street system, conducted a few years ago, recommended that approximately $500,000 would be needed each year to keep city streets at an acceptable level. “I applaud the City Council for taking the first step toward fixing our city streets,” Mayor Liz Reynolds said. “It was a tough decision…but our citizens deserve good streets.”

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February 17-21 ................................................................... Mid-Winter Break February 24 ....................................Board meeting at district office - 6:30pm February 28 ..............................................Staff Collaboration - Early Release February 28 .......................EHS Drama Presents “Charlotte’s Web” - 7:30pm March 3 ................................................... Board work study at EMS - 6:30pm March 4 .......... Enumclaw Schools Foundation Mardi Gras Event at Field House - 11:30am March 4 ..... TMMS & EMS Parent Night for Incoming 9th Graders - 5:30pm March 5 ........................................................ Magic Strings Concert - 7:00pm March 7 ....................................................Staff Collaboration - Early Release March 7 .....Black Diamond Elementary Spaghetti Feed & Auction - 5:00pm March 9 ...................................................................... Daylight Savings Time! March 10-14..............................................Classified Staff Appreciation Week March 10 & 11 .................. EHS All-District Choir Festival - EHS Auditorium March 11 ....................................................... EHS Beyond High School Event March 12 ....... Black Diamond Elementary 3rd & 4th Grade Choir - 6:30pm March 12 & 13 ...... All-District Band & Orchestra Festival - EHS Auditorium March 14 ........................................................................... K-8 Trimester Ends March 14 ..................................................Staff Collaboration - Early Release March 15 ........................................................ Family Resource Fair - 9:00am March 15 ................................ “Puttin’ On The Ritz” Band Booster - 6:00pm March 17 ........................................Board meeting at district office - 6:30pm March 18 ........ Kibler Kindergarten Round-up - by Appointment: 6:30pm, 7:00pm, 7:30pm

Thank You! Like many of you, I have found myself “caught up in” Seahawk Fever! I have many favorite memories of the season, but my favorite occurred during the Seahawk playoff game with the New Orleans Saints. The Seahawks never seemed to be able to “put away” the Saints and as a result, many of us were “on the edge of our seats” for the entire game!  Toward the end of the 4th quarter the game became uncomfortably tight.  With less than three minutes to go, Russell Wilson threw a key pass to Doug Baldwin.  It was the next play that Marshawn Lynch ran in for a touchdown that ultimately was the deciding factor in the game.  If you were like Britt and me, we both felt so relieved when our friend Marshawn scored that touchdown!  :)  It was a great Seahawk victory and now we all know the Seahawks were victorious in both the NFC Championship game and the Super Bowl!!  There was a key quote that occurred after Doug Baldwin’s incredible catch that wasn’t picked up by reporters and wasn’t trending the next day, but I think it should.  Our friend Doug was tackled and landed out of bounds.  In the contact that was made, his helmet flew off.  He quickly got up off of the field and looked for his helmet.  From the camera angle, I couldn’t see who handed it to him, but I did see what followed.  In this moment, you could tell Doug made eye contact with the person, made a positive hand gesture of acknowledgement and said, “Thank you.”  I have watched this small clip over and over in admiration. Yes, at an intense moment in the middle of a professional football game, Doug Baldwin said, “Thank you” to the person who handed him his helmet that had fallen off.  Remembering to say “thank you,” even in your busiest moments is a lesson that Doug Baldwin taught us by his actions.  As superintendent, I sure appreciate this type of behavior to be seen by our students. Again, I am genuinely thankful for your support of our school levies.




Family/Student Access Changes Arriving in March The software developer of Family & Student Access, Skyward, Inc. will be making some changes to the look and functions of Family & Student Access. This change will take place on March 8 & 9, 2014. We now have both options available to view. Once logged into Family/Student Access, on the top left hand side of the web page, select the Preview Family/Student Access link and it will automatically take you to the new version. If you would like to return to the ‘old’ version, simply select the Back to Prior Family Access link on the bottom left side of the web page. After the March 2014 software release, the ‘old’ version of Family/Student access will no longer be available. Skyward’s intent is to increase the ease of use, and accessibility to your student’s information. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact your child’s school Office Manager or the District’s Technology Department at 360.802.7129. Please visit to learn how to enable the new Family/Access.


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Saturday, March 15th, 2014 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Open House What is it? The Family Resource Fair is an opportunity for special education students and their families to connect with resources that may offer support and information. Where is it? Enumclaw High School Library, 226 Semanski, Enumclaw Why should you attend? Students with disabilities and their families will be able to talk directly with agencies and college/ technical school representatives who can provide various levels of support depending on need. Support may include advocacy, job placement, and transition to college or work. What organizations or resources will be there? We will have representatives from the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), Department of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), community and technical schools, internship programs, SEPAC (Special Education Parents Advisory Council), ARC of King County, Special Olympics, and Parks and Recreation (Special Programs). We hope to see you on March 15th! If you have any questions please contact Gail Hardersen at 360-802-7820 or Laurie Olsen-Pennington at 360-802-7821.


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Meeting in the middle with a Volksmarch room. Cathy’s idea of a fun weekend is to snowshoe in Leavenworth or go for a wine walk in Enumclaw. As we transition to empty nesters, and with Stephanie’s encourage- Stephanie Norton-Bredl Bruce deJong ment, we have had the We like hiking and decided opportunity to explore different weekend outdoor to try a form of urban hiking activities that allow us to known as Volksmarching. meet in the middle and Volksmarches are organoncompetitive enjoy exercising together. nized,

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Early spring has early bloomers taking the stage Early spring means dwarf daffodils, crocus, hellebores, forsythia and even some flowering plum trees are edging onto the stage as the big show of petalperformers unfolds. Take a moment to take in this budding introduction, then get to work on early-spring garden chores. Cut back ornamental grasses that have browned and dried during the winter. If you chop these dormant grasses to the ground now – before they sprout – you won’t have to worry about disturbing the fresh new growth later on. While you are out there cleaning up, be sure to rake away any faded hosta foliage before the slug eggs hatch. Start raking the debris and loose grass from your lawn and get your mowing machine tuned up and sharpened – soon you’ll be ready to mow. I love to eat fresh asparagus. How easy is this vegetable to grow here? I have


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done well with other vegetables in my raised bed garden beds. M., Olympia Be patient and you’ll be harvesting your own asparagus in two or three years. Asparagus is a perennial which means it will return year after year unlike most vegetables that are annuals and need replanting each spring. February is the time to buy asparagus roots from a garden center or nursery. This crop prefers full sun but will adapt to part sun as long as you make sure the soil is fertile and well drained. Your raised beds will be ideal. First, layer


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND OPTIONAL SEPA ENVIRONMENTAL THRESHOLD DETERMINATION N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the City of Bonney Lake received an application, PLN 2014-01708, for a shoreline substantial development permit (SSDP) exemption and a State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Environmental Review for a dock project within the City of Bonney Lake. The application was deemed complete on Februar y 13 2014. Applicant/Owner: Seth Maxwell, 7330 West Ta p p s H i g h way E a s t , Bonney Lake, WA 98391 L o c a t i o n : 7 3 3 0 We s t Ta p p s H i g h way E a s t , Parcel: 3037000250. Documents Submitted with Application: SEPA Checklist, JARPA, Site Plan, dock drawings, engineering and price estimate, and Cascade Water Alliance Lease. Environmental Determination: As Lead Agency, the City of Bonney Lake reviewed the proposal for probable adverse environmental impacts to the environment and is likely issuing a determination of nonsignificance (DNS) for this project under the optional DNS process in WAC 197-11-355. This may be the only opportunity to comment on the proposed project. Staff Contact: Ryan Harriman, Associate Planner, City of Bonney Lake C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Department, Phone: (253) 447-4350, E m a i l : h a r r i Comments will be accepted prior to the close of business on March 5, 2014. The environmental threshold determination may be appealed within fifteen (15) days after the completion of the comment period. # 544342 2/19/14

98391 Location: The project is located at 6302 207th Avenue East, Bonney Lake, WA in Section 27, To w n s h i p 2 0 N o r t h , Range 05 East, W.M., Bonney Lake, Washington. Parcel 5500000060. Documents Submitted with Application: SEPA Checklist, JARPA, vicinity map, plans, and site plan. Environmental Determination: As lead agency, the City of Bonney Lake reviewed the proposal for probable adverse environmental impacts and issued a DNS on February 13, 2014 for this project under the optional DNS process in WAC 197-11-355. The proposal is exempt from shoreline permitting per WAC 173-27-040(2)(b). This determination may be appealed to the City of Bonney Lake Hearing Examiner. Please refer to BLMC 14.120.040 for appeal procedures. A complete appeal application and fee shall be received by the Community Development Depar tment pr ior to the close of business Februa r y 2 8 , 2 0 1 4 . Yo u should be prepared to make specific factual objections. P l e a s e c o n t a c t R ya n Harriman, Associate Planner, City of Bonney Lake, Community Development Depar tment, 9002 Main St. E., Suite 300, Bonney Lake, WA 98391, Phone: (253) 447-4350, Email: for questions pertaining to SEPA appeals. # 544343 2/19/14 NOTICE OF DECISION N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that The City of Bonney Lake received and reviewed an application for a shoreline substantial development per mit exemption and State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Environmental Review of a bulkhead and dock replacement project within the C i t y o f Bo n n ey L a ke. The application was submitted on December 23, 2013 and deter mined complete for the purpose of review on January 8, 2014. Project Name: Sterrenburg Bulkhead and Dock Replacement Project Applicant: Troy Sterrenburg, 6220 207th Avenue East, Bonney Lake, WA 98391 Location: The project is located at 6220 207th Avenue East, Bonney Lake, WA in Section 27, To w n s h i p 2 0 N o r t h , Range 05 East, W.M., Bonney Lake, Washington. Parcel 3050500133. Documents Submitted with Application: SEPA Checklist, JARPA, vicinity map, plans, and site plan. Environmental Determination: As lead agency, the City of Bonney Lake reviewed the proposal for probable adverse environmental impacts and issued a DNS on February 13, 2014 for this project under the optional DNS process in WAC 197-11-355. The proposal is exempt from shoreline permitting per WAC 173-27-040(2)(b). This determination may be appealed to the City of Bonney Lake Hearing Examiner. Please refer to BLMC 14.120.040 for appeal procedures. A complete appeal application and fee shall be


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ORDINANCE NO. 2542 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ENUMCLAW, KING COUNTY, W A S H I N G T O N AMENDING CERTAIN SECTIONS OF CHAPTER EMC 12.18.010 INCREASING THE THRESHOLD FOR DEDICATON OF OR IMPROVEMENT TO CITY STREETS The full text of the Ordinance, which was passed by the Enumclaw City Council are available through the City of Enumclaw Administration office at City Hall. Effective date is five (5) days after publication. # 543652 2/19/14 NOTICE OF DECISION N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the City of Bonney Lake received and reviewed an application for a shoreline substantial development permit exemption and a State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Environm e n t a l R ev i e w fo r a bulkhead and dock replacement project within the City of Bonney Lake. The application was submitted on December 23, 2013 and deter mined complete for the purpose of review on January 8, 2014. Project Name: Shields Bulkhead and Dock Replacement Project Applicant: Anne Shields, 6 3 0 2 2 0 7 t h Ave nu e East, Bonney Lake, WA

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2 SIDE BY SIDE Burial lots asking $7,700 for both. Highly desirable “Lords Prayer Memorial� area at EvergreenWashelli Memorial Park. 11111 Aurora Ave North, 98133. Section 17, lot 214, graves 6 & 7. Valued at $5,750 each. Private seller, please call Gloria 480-361-5074. (2) SIDE BY SIDE Plots a t B e l l ev u e ` s S u n s e t Hills Memorial Park in the Sold Out Garden of Devotion. Section 31-b, Lots 9 and 10. Peaceful Setting. If purchased through cemetery, 1 plot i s $ 2 2 , 0 0 0 . Yo u c a n have both plots for only $22,000! Call Robert at 425-454-5996 (2) SIDE BY Side Plots in the Beautiful Greenwood Memorial Park in Renton. In the Heather Section, Plots 3 and 4. Valued at $10,000 each. Selling for $7,900 each or Save $800 and buy both for $15,000! Seller pays transfer fee. Call Andrew at 206-373-1988

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Cemetery Plots

Auctions/ Estate Sales

ENUMCLAW Public Auction/ Landlord Lien Foreclosure Sale 2/21/14 at 9 AM.

ACACIA Memorial Park, “Birch Garden�, (2) adjacent cemetery plots, #3 & #4. Selling $4,000 ea c h or $ 7, 50 0 bo th . T h ey w i l l c h a r g e yo u $5,000 each. Located in Shoreline / N. Seattle. Call or email Emmons Johnson, 206-794-2199,

C E M E T E RY P L OT a t G r e e n wo o d M e m o r i a l Park in Renton. Located in the Chimes Section. 1975 OLYMPIAN 68/14 S a l e s p r i c e i n c l u d e s mobile home, Mountain Concrete Vault. $11,000 Villa Estates MHP, 1139 Va l u e . S e l l e r p a y s Transfer Fee. $7,000 or Spruce Drive best offer. Call Steve at PH 360-825-3733 206-920-8558 Beauty & Health

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(1) PLOT AVAILABLE in B e a u t i f u l , Pe a c e f u l Mount Olivet Cemetery in Renton. Selling for $2,895. Includes Transfer Fee. Call for more info: 425-286-2758.

*$2800 PLOT* Beautiful mature floral landscape with fountain at the desirable Bonney Watson. Located in the peaceful Garden of Flowers. Owner pays transfer fee. Sea Tac, near Airpor t. Please text or call 206734-9079. (2) PREMIUM, SIDE by Side Indoor Mausoleum Casket Spaces at the B e a u t i f u l Wa s h i n g t o n Memorial Park in Seatac. In the Sold Out Garden Court Mausoleum. Current Value: $16,495 for both. Asking $13,000 or best offer. Or $7,000 each. 425-836-0302 2 SIDE BY SIDE plots at Washington Memor ial Park, 4 plots total $6,000 + transfer fees. 253630-9447.

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4� Concrete floor w/fibermix reinforcement & zip-strip crack control, 16’x8’ raised panel steel overhead door w/lights, 3’x6’8� PermaBilt door w/self-closing hinges & stainless steel lockset, (2) 4’x3’ double glazed cross hatch vinyl windows w/screens, 3� Hardie-Plank wainscoting, 18� eave & gable overhangs, (2) 18� octagon gable vents.

4� Concrete floor w/fibermix reinforcement & zip-strip crack control, (2) 10’x8’ raised panel steel overhead doors, 3’x6’8� PermaBilt door w/self-closing hinges & stainless steel lockset, 3’x3’ double glazed vinyl window w/screen, 10’ continuous flow ridge vent.

COMPLETE WEIGHT System totaling 1000 lbs Quality Body-Smith ProS y s t e m d e s i g n e d fo r rowing, squats, benching, curls, lats, etc. Features Olympic, Billard & plated, nickel steel dumbbell weights. Also, 7’ bar, curling and tricep bars, 2 Dumbbell racks, weight tree, bench w/ attachements for preacher curls, leg curls, etc. Excellent cond, I simply need the room. Located in Redmond. $575. More photos available. Call Gary at 425-861-0855.

NEXT YEARS Firewoodm i xe d l o a d s . 1 c o r d minimum, $200/ cord. Trailer load (3.5 cords) $650. Free Enumclaw delivery, outside areas call for charge. 206-2406786. NOTICE Washington State law requires wood sellers to provide an invoice (receipt) that shows the s e l l e r ’s a n d b u y e r ’s name and address and the date delivered. The invoice should also state the price, the quantity delivered and the quantity upon which the price is based. There should be a statement on the type and quality of the wood. When you buy firewood write the seller’s phone number and the license plate number of the delivery vehicle. The legal measure for firewood in Washington is the cord or a fraction of a cord. Estimate a c o r d by v i s u a l i z i n g a four-foot by eight-foot space filled with wood to a height of four feet. Most long bed pickup trucks have beds that are close to the four-foot by 8-foot dimension. To m a k e a f i r e w o o d complaint, call 360-9021857. WeightsMeasures/Fire woodinformation.aspx















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4� Concrete floor w/fibermix reinforcement & zip-strip crack control, (1) 10’x12’ & (1) 8’x9’ raised panel steel overhead doors, 3’x6’8� PermaBilt door w/self-closing hinges & stainless steel lockset, 5/12 roof pitch w/scissor truss, 2’ poly eavelight, 10’ Continuous flow ridge vent. Concrete Included

Deluxe 2 Car Garage 4� Concrete floor w/fibermix reinforcement & zipstrip crack control, (2) 10’x8’ raised panel steel overhead doors, 3’x6’8� PermaBilt door w/selfclosing hinges & stainless steel lockset, 18� eave & gable overhangs, 10’ Continuous flow ridge vent.

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4� Concrete floor w/fibermix reinforcement & zip-strip crack control, 12’x13’ metal framed sliding door w/camlatch closers, (2) 10’x12’ raised panel steel overhead doors, 3’x6’8� PermaBilt door w/self-closing hinges & stainless steel lockset, 4’x3’ double glazed vinyl window w/screen, 10’ Continuous flow ridge vent.

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(1) 10’x8’ & (1) 5’x4’ Metal framed split sliding doors w/cam-latch closers, (3) 4’x8’ split opening unpainted wood Dutch doors, 3’x3’8� PermaBilt door w/selfclosing hinges & stainless steel lockset, 18� eave & gable overhangs, 10’ Continuous flow ridge vent.




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F 1 5 0 To n n o C o v e r $125. 253-535-5846.

F 1 5 0 To n n o C o v e r $125. 2004 Jetta roof rack $25. 253-535-5846. Snow tire chains $35. 2 black helmets $50 both. Bakers rack $100. 253535-5846.

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AKC Labrador Puppies Chocolate, Black & Yellow. Great hunters or companions. Playful & loyal. OFA’s, lineage, first shots, de-wormed & vet checked. Parents on site. $350. $450. $550 and $650. Call Annette 425-422-2428. AKC POMERANIAN Male pup. Adorable 10 weeks old. Handsome little guy w/ cream sable coat! $600. Please call 253-886-4836. Chihuahua puppies, 2 months old. 5 Males $300, 4 Females $350. 206-766-9809/206-7669811.


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Boardman Orwiler Inc (360) 876-0236 • WA Lic#2059

AKC English Mastiff Kennel is having a size reduction. Great purebred family pets avail. Beautiful 2 year old fawn female $750. Handsome Red Apricot Male $750. Full breeding rights incl. World Winners are these dogs family tradition! The perfect giant security show dogs! Whidbey. Rich 253-347-1835.

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ROTTWEILERS, Purebred German, AKC Papered. $800. HUGE & Great with Kids. 425280-2662. Serious Inquiries only.

COMMISSION FEE is 18% per sold item. Horse related items only, must be CLEAN and in reasonable condition.

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cal obstruction causing the apnea. Recommendations may include losing weight, quitting smoking and other lifestyle changes if these are thought to be the primary causes behind the apnea. Therapies for obstructive sleep apnea can include continuous positive airway

pressure, or CPAP, which uses a machine to deliver continuous air pressure into the nose and mouth to keep air passages open. There are other air pressure devices as well. Surgery, including implants or creating a new air passageway via a tracheostomy, may be

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Risk Factors


Many people experience sleep apnea, though it may be more pronounced in certain groups of people. Those who are overweight may have obstructions to breathing. People with a thick neck also may have a narrower airway. Genetics also may play a role in a narrow airway in the throat



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morning of Feb. 8, one reporting fraud on her cell phone account, the other reporting fraud on her checking account. DRUNK DRIVER: A citizen advised police at 1:37 a.m. Feb. 8 of an intoxicated driver behind the wheel of a pickup. The vehicle was located in the vicinity of 244th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 456th Way. The motorist was arrested and booked for driving under the influence. PIPES BURST: An officer on patrol at 3:45 a.m. Feb. 7 spotted water pipes that had frozen and burst in the vicinity of Roosevelt Street and Griffin Avenue. The officer stood by until the Fire Department and Water Department could respond. Water was shut off to two businesses and representatives from both were notified. SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A Homeland Security officer made contact the afternoon of Feb. 7 with a man who was on the roof of a house on Florence Street. The reporting party was concerned it was a burglary in progress. It was determined no crime was being committed. DRUG CONCERN: A man arrived at the police station lobby Feb. 7, stating a concern that his adult son was involved with drugs. An officer provided information and options. NOT STOLEN: A city resident called police the evening of Feb. 7, reporting a vehicle had been stolen. It was determined the vehicle was not stolen, but had been impounded earlier in the day. An officer advised the owner of the situation.

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Dear Chad, I would like to thank you and your internet department for your wonderful service on Saturday. It really meant a lot to me and my husband to be treated so kindly. We were both really impressed with how smooth the whole transaction went. Josh was great to work with. He was kind and knowledgeable and easy to talk to, and even learned a little bit about snakes (Ha Ha!) Overall, I love my Challenger, and I really enjoyed my experience with the staff at Enumclaw Chrysler Jeep Dodge. – Sonja







Applicable tax, license and a negotiable dealer documentary service fee in an amount up to $150.00 may be added to the sale price or capitalized cost. All vehicles are subject to prior sale and 1 at the sale price unless otherwise stated. One advertised vehicle sale per household. No dealer purchases allowed. Pictures for illustration purposes only. Dealer is not responsible for typographical errors. Manufacturer rebates in lieu of special APR’s* subject to manufacturer’s and financing institution’s requirements. Terms and conditions may vary by model. Not everyone will qualify for this special rebate. Ram Trade Assist: This program offers eligible consumers a cash allowance when they trade-in a Chrysler Group brand or competitive brand vehicle for the retail purchase or lease of an eligible vehicle to customers residing in the West Business Center- see dealer for details. Military Rebate: Rebate requires documented proof of active, reserve or retired military service to qualify. Chrysler Capital rebate: This program offers eligible consumers a Cash Allowance applied toward the retail purchase of eligible vehicles to residents of the states and counties listed in the West Business Center- see dealer for details. Eligible consumers must finance with Chrysler Capital. Customer must have a 650 FICO/Credit Bureau score or below with a subprime contract to qualify for this program see dealer for details. Ad expires close of business Sunday, 2-23-14.

Enumclaw Courier-Herald, February 19, 2014  

February 19, 2014 edition of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald