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Killian Keays, 9, works on constructing a battery powered Lego car during a Bricks4Kidz workshop at the Maple Valley Library during spring break last week. The workshop showed the group of mostly 8 and 9 year olds how to build everything from horses to dragsters. KATHERINE SMITH, The Reporter To view a slide show go to www.maplevalleyreporter.com.

Bringing it to Ghana Real Life Church teams up with students and the community for missions trip to West Africa BY KATHERINE SMITH ksmith@maplevalleyreporter.com

The communities of Covington and Maple Valley are bringing it. To Ghana that is. “Bring it Ghana” is the slogan a group of community members from the two cities adopted as they prepared to go on a trip to

serve in the West African country this spring break. The group, which is made up of students from area schools including Kentlake and Tahoma High as well as adult community members, will be on the ground in country for 10 days. Some team members attend Real Life Church, some attend a

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Though Maple Valley Mayor Bill Allison was not charged with inappropriate communication with an underage female, his future as a driving school instructor remains in question as allegations against him are being investigated by the Washington State Department of Licensing. Allison, who’s Linkedin profile previously listed him as founder of the I-5 Driving School in Maple Valley, no longer works at I-5, according to principal owner and founder of the school, Ryan Ryals. Ryals declined to go into further detail on the matter. He previously told The Reporter that Allison was on administrative leave while the allegations were being investigated. Multiple messages to Allison seeking comment were not returned. The King County Prosecuting [ more Allison page 6 ]

Catholic parish, some aren’t affiliated with a local church, some are members of the Maple Valley or Covington business community, and some are parents going on the trip with their student. In total, 16 people are on the team. The trip has been more than a year in the making. In the fall of 2012 Real Life Church Senior Pastor Steve Murray and Kevin Holland, associate and missions pastor, were looking for a project to go beyond the walls of the church and include the entire community. “We were trying not to make it [ more GHANA page 5 ]

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The city of Maple Valley sold $2 million in bonds on March 31 and will cut a check to King County for the city’s contribution to Ravensdale Park as soon as all the final formal steps are finished. The city and the county agreed to an interlocal agreement where both invest $2 million toward the $6 million phase two projects of Ravensdale Park and also outlined field use hours for the city. Maple Valley City Manager David Johnston said he received and signed the agreement late last Friday and that the last step is getting a signature from Executive Dow Constantine. After that, Johnston said, the city will send the county a check for $2 million. Johnston said that the city’s contribution to the park is being paid for by an increase of the excise tax on cable TV service in


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EASTER BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER SCHEDULED The annual Easter Breakfast will be held at the Black Diamond Community Center at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 19. The event includes an indoor Easter egg hunt, raffles and a pancake breakfast. Proceeds will benefit youth and senior programs at the community center. Tickets are $5 for adults, $4 for senior s and $3 for children ages 13 and under.

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City reviewing parks work plan with an eye on the short term

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Maple Valley City Council members are eyeing parks projects that could have tangible results over the next year. The city’s Parks and Recreation Commission presented its draft work plan for the next year to council in a joint meeting between the two groups Monday night. Parks Director Greg Brown said the last 18 months have been “quite busy” for the department as they have worked on updating the Parks, Recreation, Cultural and Human Services Plan, finding funding for phase 2 of Ravensdale Park, and drafting the work plan. Dave Sanderson, vice chair of the commission, said the three things the commission heard as the

greatest wants of residents are trails, active use parks, and an improved community center. The list of projects presented in the work plan included an interlocal agreement with the Tahoma School District to jointly develop the Summit Park site adjacent to the future home of Tahoma High School, running a bond measure to pay for parks, the parks and rec element of the comprehensive plan update, master planning two unused city park properties, exploring options for developing a community center, the parking expansion and beach house remodel at Lake Wilderness Park, and park code revisions. “Where we can get really transformative, I think, is the bond issue,” Sanderson said during the meeting. He added this year could

Community News and Notes UNINCORPORATED AREA COUNCIL MEETING RECAP On Monday, April 7, the Area Council held its monthly meeting. The main topics discussed were comprehensive plan updates and the King County town hall. Comprehensive Plan Updates Cities planning under the state’s Growth Management Act are required

to conduct a periodic update of their comprehensive plan and development regulations. Maple Valley’s last major update was in 2008, Black Diamond in 2009, and Covington more recently. All three cities are beginning work on updating their respective plans, for completion by June 2015. On April 2 Black Diamond held its Comprehensive Plan update kickoff open house. Chairs of the Area Coun-

be “pivotal” for the Summit slated for 2015. City ManPark project and for conager David Johnston also sidering community center pointed out that the parks options. and rec component of the “The things that I think comprehensive plan update are really important was largely taken are to actually get “I’m a big fan of care of by the plan something accomthe partnership update that the plished,” Councilcouncil adopted in with the dog man Layne Barnes park thing. That February. said. Other possisounds like a The community bilities that have no brainer.” center, the ILA with come before the Sean Kelly the district, and parks commission figuring out how to include turning pay for the city and the park property residents’ wants were the that is located at 216th and issues that rose to the top 276th St. into a dog park of the list for many of the and South Sound Critter council members. Care’s desire to develop the The projects on that list property at Henry’s Switch that are already underway into a wildlife care and are the parking expanpublic wildlife education sion which is in the design center. process, and the ILA with Sanderson said that Pull the city and school district Together has approached with ongoing talks about the commission about the Summit Park property. getting creation of the The beach house remodel dog park funded and built at Lake Wilderness Park is through donations and

cil’s Growth Management Committee and Transportation Committee were in attendance to ask questions of city staff and technical consultants. Maple Valley will be holding its open house at 6:30 on April 23 at Lake Wilderness Lodge. Covington has not announced a kickoff date for its process. The Area Council will participate in all three processes with the aim of ensuring rural area citizen needs are addressed.

King County Town Hall Open An annual Open House will be held for the Greater Maple Valley/Cedar River Community Service Area from 7-9 p.m. on April 21 at the newly reopened Sheriff’s Office Precinct 3 at NE corner of 231st St. & SR-169. Unincorporated Area residents will have the chance to meet with King County officials including Deputy County Executive Jarrett, Councilman Dunn, Sheriff Urquhart, and many Department Heads, to discuss issues

volunteers. “I’m a big fan of the partnership with the dog park thing,” Councilman Sean Kelly said. “That sounds like a no brainer.” Brown told council that the funding piece, particularly going out for a bond, depends on the ILA with the school district. He made the point that the city won’t know what it needs until it is known what the school district can afford. “It’s a great opportunity,” Brown said. “That opportunity has never been available to the city of Maple Valley before. It’s a huge thing.”

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Parks, or rather the lack thereof, has long been an issue in Maple Valley. Despite growing up just outside Maple Valley this was something I was completely unaware of until two years ago when I started spending a lot of time in the city. As a swim team kid who spent almost as much time at the pool as at school, there wasn’t much reason for me to come to Maple Valley; after all, there is no pool here. Yes, pools are expensive to maintain and run, but other cities and groups have proven that it can be done successfully. There’s an opportunity lost if the idea of working a pool into the city’s plans for a community center — or elsewhere in the community — isn’t seriously considered. Ask any swim team kid or coach and they’ll tell you that pool time is precious. There is a notable lack of pool space in the area, and that has an effect on the swimming community. For high schoolers who want to be on a club team the closest options are in Issaquah, Federal Way, Bellevue and Mercer Island. The Midlakes summer swim league doesn’t have any teams in Covington, Maple Valley or Black Diamond. The closest options are in Fairwood, Kent and Renton. The high school teams have to share the limited lanes after school. Kentlake and Tahoma use Covington Aquatic Center and the

Wages not the entire picture One of the problems with the minimum wage debate is the name itself. If we want to ensure that we don’t hurt lower-income workers, we should consider total compensation, not just wages. Case in point: Bill H. earns $15 an hour as a parking lot attendant. Lisa W. earns $12.25 an hour at a fast food restaurant. But Lisa’s employer provides merit raises, paid vacations, health insurance, management training, education scholarships, childcare assistance and a 401k retirement plan. Who is better off ? Would it help or hurt Lisa if she lost all her benefits, but gained $2.75 an hour in wages? We need to consider that question as part of any debate about the minimum wage. The truth is raising the minimum wage is not as clear or as simple as some would have us believe. Let’s leave aside for a moment the fact that no city or state has ever attempted to raise its minimum wage by 60 percent. Most experts agree that the more extreme and abrupt the increase, the more economic casualties it creates – lost jobs and lost opportunities. Guest Commentary

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Kentwood teams practice at the pool located at Kent-Meridian High. Kentwood’s water polo team often plays and practices late in the evening because it’s the only time they can get in the water. And there’s free swim, and swimming lessons, diving, and other aquatic fitness classes that would be available to the entire community, as well as water safety education and the possible employment opportunity for teenagers as lifeguards. When talk about fields comes up one of the points in favor of finding a way to build more fields is that fields bring in tournaments, which bring in people and, in turn, revenue.

Pools can do that to. I imagine if a club team was willing to expand out here it could draw kids from the surrounding communities of Kent and Fairwood as well as Renton proper. If a pool was built with the capacity to host club swim meets that could bring hundreds of families to the community over the course of a weekend. There’s a void in the swimming community that could be filled if there was more pool space available. Of course, the idea raises a lot of questions, and it would likely require an outside partnership to help shoulder the cost and run the pool. It’s a blue sky kind of idea, but they’re questions worth asking.

But as any employer knows, there is much more to employee compensation than wages. According to a March, 2014 report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, private-sector employers pay an additional 30 percent on top of wages for employee benefits such as Social Security, Medicare, workers compensation insurance, unemployment insurance, paid leave, health care, retirement, etc. For example, the BLS reports that, while the average service worker makes $12.17 an hour, their benefits bring their total compensation to $16.95 per hour. Because Washington’s current minimum wage is the highest in the nation, employer costs – and employee benefits – are likely greater here. Take Dick’s Drive-In, for example. An iconic Seattle-area institution for 60 years, Dick’s Drivein provides good wages and generous employee benefits. According to Jasmine Donovan, granddaughter of founder Dick Spady, employees start at $10.25 an hour, receive regular merit raises, health insurance, $22,000 in scholarships over four years, child-care assistance, bonuses, paid vacations, a 401(k) retirement plan with a 50 percent employer match, and paid volunteer time at local charities. These benefits push the total compensation for employees of Dick’s Drive-In above the targeted $15 per hour minimum wage. But if the company is forced to bump wages to $15 per hour, it will not be able to afford the employee benefits it currently provides. Donovan cautions, “Employees who earn higher taxable wages, but lose valuable tax-free benefits may end up worse off.” The same is true for the employees of Burgerville restaurants. Founded in the 1960s, Burger-

ville operates 39 restaurants from Centralia, Washington to Albany, Oregon. Like Dick’s Drive-In, Burgerville management is focused on helping their employees succeed. Employees who work their way into management positions get free management training, medical and dental insurance, a 401k plan with a company match, paid vacation, child care assistance and tuition reimbursement. These benefits have value – value that must be considered in any discussion about raising the minimum wage. What else should that discussion include? Jasmine Donovan suggests that the minimum wage should increase with education and skill levels. High-school dropouts who earn a GED would get a bump in their minimum wage; high school graduates earn a higher wage. Technical or management degrees net an even higher wage. These steps not only recognize the added value of education and skills, they provide incentives for people to achieve those goals in order to get higher pay. The skills and education they gain as a result will help them succeed throughout their lives. Isn’t that what we really want?

Don C. Brunell is a business analyst, writer and columnist. He recently retired as president of the Association of Washington Business, the state’s oldest and largest business organization, and now lives in Vancouver. He can be contacted at theBrunells@msn.com.


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[ GHANA from page 1] something we do alone, but make it ‘what can we do better together than we can do alone,’” Holland said last spring. The vision originally was to deliver a shipping container of wheelchairs — that is 550 — through Free Wheelchair Mission. Due to Typhoon Haiyan and a drastically increased need, those chairs will be going to the Philippines and another trip is being organized for later this year to be a part of the delivery effort of those chairs. On the trip to Ghana wheelchairs will still be delivered, through a separate organization, and the team will take on some additional projects like volunteering at a school and participating in athletic activities with local children. “Mostly it’s going to be fitting people for the chairs,” Murray said. “We will be going from small village to small village putting people in chairs.” Ghana is a country of more than 24 million people located on the West Coast of Africa. The country was selected because of the church’s connection with the country. Kwaku Dapaah II, who lives in Maple Valley part-time, is chief of the Mo Tribe in Ghana and attends Real Life. Murray said Bamboi, the area to which they are traveling, is a region of about 60,000 people and has about 18 villages. “The combined energy, the effort is really interesting,” Murray said. “When schools come together they’re often there to compete with another, but when they come to-

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gether for a cause they can change the world.” Both Kentwood and Kentlake came together in school wide efforts to raise money for wheelchairs, and the wider communities have been involved in raising funds as well. For the school portion of the trip, 20 netbooks that were refurbished by Tahoma High students will be set up. “We are going to a newly established school that was just built and has nothing there,” Murray said. “We are going to set them up so the kids can access the internet and learn some basic skills. It also gives them access to online education.” Susie Neds, a senior from Tahoma High who is going on the trip, said that word spread through the school about the trip and students began approaching her and donating what money they had in their pockets. She also said it was exciting to see her peers get involved with the computer refurbishments. Dave Koon and his son Jalen, who is a junior at Kentlake, are both part of the team. This is the second missions trip for both, having previously gone on a missions trip to Guatemala. Dave said his son came home excited about the Ghana trip and when they went to an information night about the trip the decision for them to go was easy. “My wife wrote on a piece of paper during the video,

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Washington State Department of Licensing, said the department has received a complaint against Allison and that there is an open investigation. She said the investigation would continue even if Allison no longer works for the school. “We still move forward,” she said. “Even if he doesn’t work there he still has a license to be an instructor. If the allegations are proven to be true, we wouldn’t want him to go to another driver’s education school.” The Maple Valley City Council has not discussed the allegations in public session since asking Allison to step down from his position as mayor during a council retreat in mid-March. Allison refused. Maple Valley Deputy Mayor Sean Kelly told The Reporter Tuesday, “the council will not be bringing a motion to remove Bill

(Allison) as mayor due to the prosecutor’s finding.” Ryals said that, for at least the time being, I-5 will continue to serve students in both Maple Valley and Auburn. “For now, yes,” he said. “We haven’t made a decision on that.” Allison, who consistently denied any inappropriate conduct to police, told The Reporter following the cleared investigation that he had directed I-5 to install security cameras into driver’s ed vehicles to ensure students have the safest possible learning experience. Ryals said the company is still in the testing phase for adding the cameras, which would record audio and video. Ryals added that he is not aware of any other driving schools that use camera’s in training cars. “There really is no prec-

edent for it,” he said. “So that’s why it is maybe taking a little longer than we’d like; to make sure we have the routine down.” Ryals said he is trying to decide the most cost effective and best way to implement such a system. “We think it is worth it so we are going to try and do it right,” he said. Driver’s training can occur one-on-one with the instructor or with another or multiple students observing from the backseat. Parents are encouraged to tag along on the ride, though few choose that option. Dan Barker, owner First Time Driving Academy, which has a school in Maple Valley, said he knew few details about Allison’s case and hasn’t noticed an uptick in his business because of the allegations, nor has he heard any complaints from parents.

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“I think it’s amazing how little questions parents do ask when they register,” Barker said. “Personally, I don’t think there is enough involvement with parents.” Barker said he has cameras that are sometimes used for training, but not to keep track of student issues. “It can’t hurt to have cameras in the car, I’m thinking, but it’s kind of a pain in the butt,” he said. After 15 years in business, Barker said he doesn’t feel any need to change his business practice. “As long as you’re upfront and doing what you’re supposed to be doing there’s really not anything to change,” he said. Barker said he felt for Allison if the allegations are not true because it is detrimental to his reputation. However, he added that it’s important for any allegations to be taken seriously.

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[ CONKS from page 9] of rehab, tore it again playing football. Bangsund’s surgeon told him he could play soccer if the ligament was partially removed, though that could limit his ability to walk when he gets into his 50s or 60s. Bangsund said the decision was actually quite easy. “I’m trying to live right now, at the moment,” said Bangsund, 18. “I’ve played soccer since I was three. I love this sport. I love the game.” The Conk’s pre- and post-game cheer is simple: “1-2-3, win!” They’ve taken that straightforward mindset to the field. And though it hasn’t always been pretty, it’s certainly been effective. At home against winless Kentlake on April 9, the Conks

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The middle of April is a good time to add new plants to the landscape. Spring rains will help to soothe the new roots and nurseries are full of great new plants. If you’re looking for something new and interesting to add to your garden here are my picks for the best of the new plants:

SWEET SPOT ROSES A disease resistant decorator rose

These are hardy, bicolored roses in a whole new class. Called “decorator roses” Sweet Spot roses are more compact than a tea rose and bloom longer than even a floribunda. Strong disease resistance, drought tolerance and growing only 20 inches tall, Sweet Spot roses also fit into the class called landscape roses and come to the USA from Anthony Tesselaar of Australia who also gave us the Flower Carpet rose. Here is what makes this new rose so eyecatching: each of these new varieties features a bright eye or spot in the center of the bloom. Sweet Spot Calypso has a yellow eye with orange petals, but there is also Sweet Spot yellow, ruby and peach, all with a darker

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It is the high gloss of the shiny leaves that gives this new, more compact viburnum its glowing reviews and appropriate name. All that Glows viburnum is also deer resistant and features both spring blooms and fall berries so this is a shrub with three seasons of interest. Growing 4 to 5 feet tall and just as wide this viburnum can be expected to get half the size of other viburnums making it an

WINTER JEWELS HELLEBORES Fancy flowers from early-blooming perennials

Every garden needs hellebores because these winter-blooming perennials not only resist slugs, deer, drought and bloom in the shade but local growers from Skagit Gardens have come up with stunning new varieties that extend the flowering season of hellebores right into summer. The Winter Jewels collection includes the double flowering Golden Lotus with nodding yellow flowers fringed with touches of

red. Onyx Odyssey features purple, slate and black flowers and frilly pink Peppermint Ice looks more like a rose than a hellebore. There are several more varieties in this colorful series including the hard to find Apricot Blush, but hunting down these unusual hellebores is part of the fun. Spend a day driving to local nurseries or call around to nurseries you have always wanted to visit and start collecting these winter jewels. Hellebores even do well under the shade of overhanging tree branches or under the skirts of rhododendrons and other large shrubs. Yes, every garden has room for one more hellebore – and in my garden these “winter jewels” continue to sparkle into April and even May.

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