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City Council extends marijuana business ban BY STEVE HUNTER shunter@kentreporter.com

The Kent City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved renewal of a ban against marijuana businesses for another

six months. Six people testified against the ban during a public hearing before the 7-0 vote. Nobody spoke in favor of the ban. The city’s ban applies to recreational marijuana businesses that

voters approved statewide in 2012 when they passed Initiative 502 as well as medical marijuana collective gardens. The council passed its initial ban in November. The state Liquor Control Board is in the process of issuing licenses

for marijuana producers, processors and retailers. The first retail stores are expected to open this summer but won’t be allowed in Kent as the new ban runs from May 27 to Nov. 7. Councilman Dennis Higgins,

who opposed every previous council ban against marijuana businesses, voted in favor of the renewed ban. He said he hopes city staff ’s plan to submit zoning [ more BAN page 3 ]

Jury convicts Phillip for murder of city of Kent employee

William Phillip Jr. talks with one of his defense attorneys after a King County Superior Court jury convicted him last Friday of first-degree murder for the 2010 stabbing death of Seth Frankel. STEVE HUNTER, Kent Reporter BY STEVE HUNTER shunter@kentreporter.com

It would be easy to think Richard Frankel might have closure after a jury convicted William L. Phillip Jr. of first-degree murder for the 2010 stabbing death of his son, Seth Frankel, an Auburn resident and city of Kent employee. But after sharing hugs and tears with family and friends following the verdict last Friday in King County Superior Court, Richard Frankel responded during an interview about whether he feels any closure. “I don’t think there is ever closure,” said Frankel, who traveled from his Hawaii home to attend the trial at the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent. “Most of us don’t have very many people in our lives who are so close to us and tell you every time they see you or talk to you ‘I love you.’ You can’t replace that.” [ more MURDER page 4 ]

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Kent-Meridian trying to encourage more grads BY ROSS COYLE rcoyle@kentreporter.com

Kentridge High School sent 78 percent of its graduating class to college in 2012. Kentwood sent 77 percent, Kentlake 70 percent. But Kent-Meridian High School sent only 56 percent of its seniors to college, according to the Washington State Education Research and Data Center. So why did only 180 of the school’s 323 seniors in the 2012 class continue

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on to a postsecondary education? The school has averaged a postsecondary rate of 60 percent over the last eight years, according to state statistics. The problem is complex and sprawling, much like Kent itself, and can only be answered one piece at a time. Kent-Meridian Principal Wade Barringer put it simply that “we are a different school” from the Kent School District’s other high schools. “The big thing is to recognize that we

serve a different population, a different socioeconomic class,” Barringer explained. “We’re 44-percent transient. That, right there in itself, means that we don’t have the luxury of kids coming to K-M in ninth grade and stay here for four years.” The problems also are exacerbated by serving an area with low socioeconomic standing. Of the neighborhoods Kent-Meridian serves, which include [ more K-M page 3 ]

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Seen from a high vantage point on a powerline access road, it’s difficult to grasp the enormity of the Oso mudslide and the damage it caused. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter at 60 miles per hour, dumped almost 730 acres of land onto the valley floor. So far, 37 victims have been recovered. As for the remaining missing seven, it’s up to task forces like the Washington State Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team. Firefighters from throughout the state comprise the 80-member team,

east end of the slide area, and has to be dredged to complete the excavation and recovery efforts. That’s where the USAR team comes in. Firefighters from Kent on the task force are helping to construct a makeshift berm along the river. After the berm is finished, crews will be able to dredge the final sections of the slide area.

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free gloves and trash bags and get directions to “hot spots” – the areas that need the most attention – by meeting at 8 a.m. at one of three locations: • Trinity Community Church parking lot, 3807 Reith Road (West Hill) • Kherson Park, 307 W. Gowe St. (downtown) • Golden Steer Steak & Rib House parking lot, 23826 104th Ave. SE (East Hill) Trash bags can also be dropped off at the same locations that day until noon. Individuals and groups interested in participating in Team Up 2 Clean Up Kent must register by 5 p.m., Wednesday, May 14 at KentWA.gov/TalkingTrash. For additional information, contact Gina Hungerford at ghungerford@ kentwa.gov or 253-8565549. The event is organized and sponsored by the city of Kent, Kent Chamber of Commerce, Kent Downtown Partnership, Kent Station and Republic Services. According to city conservation specialist Gina Hungerford, this year’s effort is going to be bigger and better than past years. “We hope to get a great turnout at this year’s litter clean up,” said Mayor Suzette Cooke.


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City officials voice concerns about cleanup plan BY STEVE HUNTER shunter@kentreporter.com

Kent city officials continue to be concerned about how the state Department of Ecology (DOE) plans to handle hazardous waste in a trench above an old coal mine. The trench, which is about three-fourths of a mile long and 20 to 60 feet deep, sits near the Clark Springs watershed that provides drinking water to the majority of Kent residents.

[ K-M from page 1 ] most of the valley and part of the East Hill, many households make below $40,000 a year on average, some even below $20,000, according to www.city-data. com. Kent-Meridian has a difficult challenge as it tries to take the smattering of apartment complexes, impoverished families and immigrant communities and reaches out to them to encourage kids to pursue college. The school has made some gains in encouraging students to pursue college, but environmental and social factors limit their effectiveness. Patricia Moss, a counselor at Kent-Meridian, said that there are several rea-

City staff updated the Springs are in relationship to the mine, it’s a little City Council’s Public concerning,” City CouncilWorks Committee on April woman Brenda Fincher 7 about the state’s cleanup said at the meeting. plans for the Landsburg Fincher said it reminds Mine near Ravensdale, east her of the problems with of Kent. the high-level radioacThe trench above the Fincher tive waste at Hanford that former underground coal the federal government is mine became a dumping trying to keep from leaking into ground in the 1960s and 1970s for the Columbia River in Eastern industrial waste. The site includes Washington. nearly 4,500 drums (55 gallons “It brings to mind for me the each) of paint, solvents, heavy metHanford situation and the water at als and other wastes dumped there, the Columbia (River),” Fincher said. according to city staff. “These are different contaminants but “Just knowing that it’s our major still need to be cleaned up.” water source and considering The state DOE had an open house the proximity of where the Clark

Some students sons why students come from special fail to register for a education profour- or two-year grams, Moss added, college program. and might not be One of the most suited to academia common reasons, but still have speMoss said, is culturcific practical skills al. Some students Barringer they can put to use. come from refugee She said they vary backgrounds where in type but are often similar education isn’t as valued. to computer programming For them, college is not a or mechanical skills. serious pursuit. Moss described another “Their understanding of group of students as those what their options are after who are slipping into truhigh school are different ancy issues, often because than the understanding of another student,” Moss said. of a lack of a good household life or an unstable Students who live in living situation. Moss said lower socioeconomic areas that students often come of Kent also work jobs to from homes that don’t value help support their famieducation or don’t believe lies, while others might be in the importance of a colcaring for little brothers lege degree. and sisters. Those students These homes, Moss barely have time to attend said, don’t exactly dismiss school, Moss said.

[ BAN from page 1 ] proposals for marijuana businesses to the city’s Land Use and Planning Board leads to allowing the businesses. “The city seems to be in good faith moving down an honest and open process to look at if the council were to join with the majority of their citizens who voted in favor of I-502,” Higgins said. “The process the city is following would result in a rational process for citing businesses. Most cities that have allowed (marijuana) businesses have gone through

such a process. I wish we could do it faster. I wish we had done it a year ago. “But I don’t want to keep stringing this along if the end result is the council is just going to vote against it anyway. I will hope the Land Use and Planning Board will keep an open mind. I think we should vote with the majority of our citizens at the end of the process.” Councilwoman Dana Ralph said the extension of the ban gives the city more time to deal with the new state law that allows recreational marijuana businesses. “This is allowing us to go

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secondary education but don’t have the resources or knowledge of the resources available to send their children to college. There are immediate solutions that could help improve the issues of low continuation rates among high school graduates, Moss said. The first is for the Kent community to take action against issues of truancy in their businesses. By refusing to serve these kids, Moss said, the businesses send a message that it’s not OK to be out of school. Moss also suggested reinstituting the high school mentorship programs. Mentors who stay in touch with at-risk students can help keep the students accountable and help guide them through the process

through the same process we go through for zoning of any other type of business or building that comes to this city,” Ralph said. “It goes through the Land Use and Planning Board and they make a recommendation that comes to the council.” David Galazin, assistant city attorney, said the process will start with a workshop for the Land Use and Planning Board followed by a public hearing and recommendations from the board to the council. “This gives the city and you as policymakers the time to thoughtfully look through all the recom-

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in October in Ravensdale for public comment about its draft cleanup action plan. The city of Kent submitted a large binder of material to the state. City officials have met with the DOE since the 1990s about the hazardous waste site.

of applying for college, while simultaneously decreasing the pressure on guidance counselors in the schools. The original mentor program, according to Moss, was to set up adults in the district with 10 or 12 students. The school mentors would keep in contact with students to make sure that not only are they staying on track at school, but also thinking about their lives after high school “It’s kind of the same type of thing that a counselor would do, but you have to have multiple people contacting these kids,” Moss said, “to try to get through to them and let them know that there’s multiple people who care about them and that are supporting them.”

mendations the Land Use and Planning Board has considered, the information the planning department discovered and I’ve been in contact with the Denver city attorney’s office a couple of times to get feedback from their experience,” Galazin said about the state of Colorado that also allows marijuana sales. “We have some good information to work with. We just want to make sure it works through the process and that we have enough time.” Galazin added the moratorium would end sooner than Nov. 7 if the council approves any type of

Kent city officials are taking steps to rezone the city’s par 3 golf course to allow for a potential housing and retail project. The City Council agreed April 1 to try to sell the course to a developer to help bail out the financially struggling Riverbend Golf Complex, which also features an 18hole course, driving range and merchandise shop. But the land is zoned for low intensity uses and is designated as open space under the city’s comprehensive plan. The state’s Growth Management Act (GMA) only allows the city to modify its plan once a year and that cycle doesn’t start until September. But if the council declares an emergency exists, the city can amend its comprehensive plan sooner. “An emergency is defined as an issue [ more PAR 3 page 4 ]

permanent zoning regulations prior to that date. Tom Brubaker, city interim chief administrative officer, said staff expects to have recommendations within a couple of months. “It’s our goal and based on past process that we have every likelihood we will be able to present something to you sometime this summer and well within the sixmonth moratorium extension,” Brubaker said. “If need be, we could consider a further moratorium if council is unable to come to a consensus.”

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[4] April 18, 2014 [ MURDER from page 1 ] Many people have talked to Richard Frankel about closure after the death of his son. “Donna (Richard’s wife) and I have talked about closure an awful lot because we hear that word so often directed to us,” he said. “My conclusion is closure is a word that is never used by the victim’s family. It’s used by other people to indicate that they feel they don’t need to discuss it anymore and that they’ve moved on and they expect you to move on.” Seth Frankel, 41, worked as a video program coordinator for the city of Kent. He was a divorced father of two young girls.

June 27 sentencing Phillip, 33, of Portland, Ore., is scheduled to be sentenced June 27. He faces a sentence of 20 to 26 years in prison, according to the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. This was a retrial for Phillip with a new jury after jurors in December were unable to reach an unani-

www.kentreporter.com mous verdict after a sixweek trial. Judge Andrea Darvas declared a mistrial in the initial trial. Darvas also oversaw the retrial and will sentence Phillip in June. Prosecutors Wyman Yip and Patrick Hinds told the jury that Phillip drove from Oregon to Auburn to stab Frankel to death in his home because both were in love with Bonny Johnson and Phillip wanted her back. Johnson tipped off detectives to investigate Phillip. Auburn Police used cellphone records and DNA evidence to tie Phillip to the killing of Frankel in his home on May 21, 2010. Defense attorney Anuradha Luthra argued that police arrested the wrong man. She said Phillip had driven to Auburn that day because he liked to take drives to deal with stress and he had recently lost a friend and a relative. Luthra declined to comment to a reporter as she left the courtroom after the verdict announcement. Christina Frankel-Barton, Seth Frankel’s ex-wife,

“So he’d give the said the verdict girls chocolate and provided some relief but called the then get kisses from four years since the them.” death a “grueling” On the night beexperience. fore the verdict, one “Two lives are of his daughters had wasted, Seth’s and a bowl of chocolate Seth Frankel ice cream. this other person’s with such a terrible “She came over act,” she said. to me and said, ‘Chocolate Frankel-Barton said the kiss mom,’ and she gave me two young daughters she a chocolate kiss,” Frankelhad with Seth often talk Barton said. about their dad. “They’re doing OK,” she Last image said. “There’s moments I see Richard Frankel reissues from this. But they’ve membered one of the last got a lot of love around times he saw his son came them and have a very big during a hike near Mount family, so they get a lot of Rainier with Seth and his love from a lot of people.” two daughters. Several of those relatives “I have so many memowere at the month-long reries of camping with him,” trial as well as the six-week Richard Frankel said. “He trial last year. That group included Seth’s mother, Em- loved the outdoors and I know he got that from me ily Markiewicz, of Virginia, because I love the outdoors. as well as relatives from It was really rewarding for Canada and Arizona. Frankel-Barton prefers to me when I saw he was a better outdoorsman than recall the great memories I was.” about Seth rather than his That love between father death. and son made the weeks of “Seth used to not eat a lot of sweets but he’d say his trials for Richard Frankel even tougher. dessert is chocolate kisses from the girls,” she said. “It was a nightmare,” he

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of community wide significance that promotes the public health, safety and general welfare,” City Planning Director Fred Satterstrom said at the council’s Economic and Community Development Committee meeting on Monday. “Clearly, looking at the fiscal sustainability of the city the issue of looking at the potential development of the par 3 certainly in my mind is an issue we can define as an emergency.” Riverbend faces a $2.6 million debt, capital investments of at least $6 million and operating deficits of about $300,000 per year. City officials hope to sell the par 3 to cover the debt

said. “Just to sit through everything and listen to testimony and to look at all of those pictures of Seth.” The evidence included graphic photos of Frankel at his home after the stabbing. “I don’t think anybody could have any idea from reading any newspaper article what a vicious attack it was that killed Seth and the extreme injuries that he suffered,” Richard Frankel said. “If there is such a thing as just a stab wound that kills someone, that’s a hard thing to imagine. The amount that he must have suffered is heartbreaking. “To have to hear that day after day and see the pictures and go away without a verdict for the first trial and then go through it again is definitely an ordeal.” Richard Frankel enjoyed the photo at the opening of the trial of Seth hiking at Haleakala National Park in Maui, where father and son took their first backpacking trip. “It’s my favorite spot in Hawaii and it was his favorite spot,” Frankel said. “I had told him when I

and capital improvements to the 18-hole course. The committee voted 3-0 to approve a resolution submitted by city staff to move forward to make the zoning changes. The resolution goes to the full council next month. “Doing this is consistent with our other action a couple of weeks ago,” said Councilman Dennis Higgins. “It’s a necessary step for the path that we have begun down. But it doesn’t lock us in if we decide in the end to keep the par 3 if we find someway to do that. Simply having the comp plan changed doesn’t preclude us from keeping it a par 3.” A land use change takes time, however, even with

die I want my ashes to be scattered there. Some of his ashes are there.” Seth’s father also remembers his son’s personality. “He was such a warm person,” he said. “He just really loved people. He never bad-mouthed people.”

Tough case In fact, Auburn Police initially had trouble finding a suspect. “Detectives told us they never had a case like that where they couldn’t find a witness to say anything bad about (someone),” Richard Frankel said. “It made it difficult for police to know where to go.” But even with the arrest, charge and conviction of Phillip, it remains a challenge for Richard Frankel as life goes on without his son. “I think the hardest thing for me even now is when I see fathers with their young sons and I remember what that was like and for it to continue and then all of a sudden it’s gone,” he said.

the emergency declaration. Satterstrom estimated it could take up to five months before the change is complete. “It’s a legal process,” Satterstrom said. “Public hearings are required by law. It will be heard by our Land Use and Planning Board that will make a recommendation to the council.” Satterstrom said city staff will look at alternative zonings for the site and even a no-action alternative, which means do nothing. But he added staff remains aware of what the council wants for the site and will make a recommendation for a preferred option. “There are just a lot of legal hoops to jump through,” he said.

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OQ U O T E O F N O T E : “I don’t think there is ever closure. Most of us don’t have very many people in our lives who are so close to us and tell you every time they see you or talk to you, ‘I love you.’ You can’t replace that.” – Richard Frankel after William L. Phillip Jr. was convicted of murdering his son, Seth Frankel, an Auburn resident and City of Kent employee.

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Hugs, support go a long way in Oso My husband and I recently delivered some wool socks, work gloves and warm shirts to the volunteers in Oso. It was so incredibly bad. Whatever pictures you may have seen aren’t the real thing. The media calls it a mudslide, but I saw for myself that half a small mountain swallowed that sweet little town. Surprisingly and so thankfully, there were no slimy tourists blocking the road and we easily got into an intact part of Oso (a tiny fire station) to drop off the stuff. But right next to it there was a big tent, which turned out to be a staging area for the volunteers, the ones who go out to the actual slide area again and again. Most of them are locals, most of whom lost friends or family themselves but sorely need to find the missing. There were at least 150 people in that tent, but the biggest thing I remember was

exponentially worse than when Mount St. Helens blew. But I got something positive out of this: enormous pride in smalltown America. Those people are this country’s spine, and I’m so very honored to have touched just a few of them. If you have a few spare bucks, write a check to the Red Cross and earmark it for the Oso Fund. Or better yet, drive that check up to Oso and spread some hugs. Janet Raasch

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an eerie, deafening silence. They all looked exhausted, were slumped over and had a blank look on all their faces. So the best I could do was hug a bunch of them. One was a Red Cross volunteer who is providing grief counseling to family members of the dead and missing. He needed a hug badly himself and told me so. The death/missing toll is

The more that I read concerning the marijuana issue, the more that I believe that Initiative 502 was and is bad legislation. Marijuana is an addictive drug and is also a gateway drug to more powerful drugs, such as methamphetamine or heroin. An article in The Seattle Times last August explains it [ more LETTERS page 6 ]

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Life decisions are funny things. The bad thing about actually making a decision is that you have made a decision, which I believe is the reason for male pattern baldness. There are genetic reasons for lifelong procrastination and ambivalence. This column could take a number of forks in the road – elections, religion, government transparency. The most illuminating in my view are chickens. A certain reporter in our office (she shall remain anonymous, but we will refer to her as Theresa De Lay) found herself the owner and keeper of six baby chicks this weekend that will very soon be chickens. Chicks into chickens – it is the transformation of yellow innocence into a roving demon from the depths. A reader may wonder why I take this dim view of the simple and plain gallus gallus domesticus. I was raised on a farm until about the sixth grade. One of my jobs that I couldn’t whine my way out of (I was the youngest and had the most hair) was taking care of the stupid chickens. When my dad bought chickens, they came in a big crate of 50, half chickens and half demons. All but one of the roosters were soon directed to the dinner table. But the one remaining was always the ghoul from down under. Not once did we ever get Mr. Fun and Friendly Rooster, and I did my best to be cozy while I was running for my life across the field with the stupid beast right on my heels. As I remember it, the dopey rooster always grew to about five feet with horns. The worst part is I had to bring my grandma with me to whack the beast into submission with her house broom. Bringing

by examining used computers they had sent to the state surplus program for distribution or resale to the public. Most of the agencies had removed the information stored on the hard drives of computers they had surplused. Most had policies and procedures in place to comply with state requirements for safe data disposal.

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www.kentreporter.com regular snacks? The terms “medical� and “recreational� are misleading. Are alcoholic products marketed with the same message? This is a very complex issue. I for one, believe that Initiative 502 should be repealed. It would be interesting to find out what some of your readers have to say on this subject.

[ LETTERS from page 5 ] best. It was written by Dan Labriola. He pointed out three things: marijuana is a drug; marijuana is addictive when used regularly, and marijuana does not have social value. Natural marijuana has a very low concentration of the ingredient that causes the “high.� I believe that the people who sell marijuana, illegally or legally, adulterate it so it can be very potent. And since it is marketed in food such as gummy bears, cookies and brownies, what is the possibility of children being exposed to these products thinking that they are just

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of those computers. Based on our stratified sampling, we estimate that there was confidential information on 109 of the 1,215 computers scheduled for surplus during that time. With the state sending nearly 10,000 computers a year to surplus, that sampling represented a strong potential risk for the inadvertent release of confidential information. Beyond checking for data on hard drives, we also looked at what rules, procedures and practices these 13 agencies had in place to prevent the release of confidential data on computers they sent to surplus. Of the four agencies on whose computers we found confidential data, one of them did not have

documented procedures in place and none of them followed the recommended leading practice of verifying that all data had been erased before disposing of their hard drives. Even among the agencies on whose computers we did not find confidential information, we found some of them lacked documented procedures and failed to follow leading practices. When presented with our findings, state agencies and the state’s Chief Information Officer responded quickly and responsibly. The OCIO immediately quarantined computers at the surplus store, halted sales, provided agencies additional guidance, and began evaluating its

computer disposal standards. The agencies on whose computers we found confidential data have taken immediate steps to resolve the problems and review their procedures. It’s an example that cities, counties, school districts – and all of us – should follow. Whether you trade in or donate your old computer, consult an expert on how to best recycle your equipment without revealing confidential information. Meanwhile, we will continue to review these and other cyber security issues confronting government agencies in Washington.

evaluations, IRS tax forms, Social Security numbers, claims records, employment applications and information technology security information. State laws require agencies to remove all data from this equipment. The presence of confidential information left on these devices is doubly troubling, as it represents a risk to the state and the individuals whose information could have been compromised through potential identity theft, fraud or IT security breach. During a six-week period, we checked 177 computers sent to surplus and found there was still confidential information on 11

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won’t allow kids to walk to and from school or events because of the lack of safe walkways. These types of problems are some that prevent large employers like Amazon from locating in our area. The other element of a successful transportation system is public transit. Kent has been a hub for transit users everywhere – they are able to catch a bus in downtown Kent and the possibilities are endless – you can head to Seattle, Tacoma or many destination cities for work or play. Our seniors and lowerincome population rely heavily on these services for basic transportation needs including commuting to doctor’s appointments and employment. Younger and working aged folks rely upon the system to help get them to and from work when driving and parking in larger metro areas is near impossible and overpriced. And last but not least, our younger population

my grandma with me to fight a rooster ‌ sheez. So when I heard about Theresa’s chicken nuggets, I suddenly began rambling about Beelzebub and the end of times. When she told me the chicken hacker said all the chicks were females, I knew a dark conspiracy was afoot. A certain reporter may think I have cracked one egg too many, but when she is running for the safety of her French doors, with a wing-flapping, red fiend in pursuit, I will once again be, humbly, Mr. Always Right. The circle of life means we make a decision when forced into it, hold hands, sing happy Disney songs and wait for the chicken beast to rise. Reach Dennis Box, Covington Reporter editor, at dbox@maplevalleyreporter. com or 425-432-1209, ext. 5050.

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PUBLIC NOTICES Superior Court of Washington County of King In re: Charles Moon Petitioner, and Victoria Orga Respondent. No. 14-3-02179-1KNT Summons by Publication To the Respondent: The petitioner has started an action in the above court requesting: that your marriage or domestic partnership be dissolved. You must respond to this summons by serving a copy of your written response on the person signing this summons and by ÂżOLQJ WKH RULJLQDO ZLWK WKH FOHUN of the court. If you do not serve your written response within 60 GD\V DIWHU WKH GDWH RI WKH ÂżUVW publication of this summons (60 days after the 11th day of April, 2014), the court may enter an order of default against you, and the court may, without further notice to you, enter a decree and approve or provide for other relief requested in this summons. In the case of a dissolution, the FRXUW ZLOO QRW HQWHU WKH ÂżQDO GH cree until at least 90 days after VHUYLFH DQG ÂżOLQJ ,I \RX VHUYH D notice of appearance on the undersigned person, you are entitled to notice before an order of default or a decree may be entered. Your written response to the summons and petition must be on form WPF DR 01.0300, Response to Petition (Marriage). Information about how to get this form may be obtained by FRQWDFWLQJ WKH FOHUN RI WKH FRXUW by contacting the Administrative 2IÂżFH RI WKH &RXUWV DW    RU IURP WKH ,QWHUQHW DW WKH Washington State Courts homepage: http:/www.courts.wa.gov/forms    ,I \RX ZLVK WR VHHN WKH DGYLFH of an attorney in this matter you should do so promptly so that your written response, if any, may be served on time. One method of serving a copy of your response on the petitioner LVWRVHQGLWE\FHUWLÂżHGPDLOZLWK return receipt requested. This summons is issued SXUVXDQW WR 5&:  DQG Superior Court Civil Rule 4.1 of the State of Washington. Dated: April 1, 2014 Petitioner: Charles E. Moon File Original of your Response ZLWKWKH&OHUNRIWKH&RXUWDW Regional Justice Center 401 Fourth Avenue North,Rm 2C .HQW:DVKLQJWRQ Serve a Copy of your Response on: Petitioner Charles Edward Moon 6RXWKWK6W$SW 6HDWWOH:$ Published in the Kent Reporter RQ$SULO0D\  PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF LIEN SALE AUCTION DATE: MAY 8, 2014 AT 10:00AM Property belonging to Tamie and 6LDIX $VD XQLW V    3DQRV .URNXV          %HFN\ &ROZHOO   5LFKDUG 'HGHDX[   -HVVLFD 7UXIDQW (023002), Wendell saunders, (000009291), Cathy Lewis,    .DUL +DDV (021224, 022940), will be sold by live public auction (verbal bidding) on MAY 8, 2014 STARTING AT 10:00AM at DOOR TO DOOR STORAGE,

INC., 21001 72nd Ave S., Kent, WA 98032. Goods were neither SDFNHG ORDGHG QRU LQYHQWRULHG by Door to Door Storage, Inc. General description of the goods OLNHO\ WR EH VROG +RXVHKROG business or consumer goods, namely personal effects, china, IXUQLWXUH FORWKLQJ ERRNV JODVV silverware, electronics, tools, and VLPLODU LWHPV EXW DFWXDO FRQWHQWV condition, and quality are unNQRZQ WR 'RRU WR 'RRU 6WRUDJH ,QF 3HUVRQV XQGHU  QRW DGPLW ted. Photo ID is required for bidders. Only cash or credit card DV SD\PHQW %LGGHU 5HJLVWUDWLRQ begins at 9:30am. Viewing begins at 10:00am, and bidding will begin soon after. Each container LV  IW ZLGH [  IW ORQJ [  IW high. Auctioneer:WWW.Thomas +D\ZDUG$XFWLRQHHUVFRP  /LFHQVH  CNS-2609547# THE KENT REPORTER  CITY OF KENT PUBLIC NOTICE SEPA THRESHOLD DETERMINATION Pursuant to KCC 11.03, Environmental Policy, the City of Kent has issued a threshold determination for the following: Mitigated Determination of 1RQVLJQLÂżFDQFH 0'16 IRU GRANDVIEW APARTMENTS (19536: The applicant proposes to construct a 261-unit multifamily residential development on three vacant parcels totaling 11.3 acres in size. The proposed development will access Veterans Drive via two right-in/right-out restricted driveways. Two wetlands and their associated buffers occupy DSSUR[LPDWHO\  DFUHV LQ WKH northwestern portion of the site, which will be protected per Kent’s critical area requirements. The proposed project includes 13 buildings ranging from three to VL[ VWRULHV DQG D XQLW PL[ FRP SULVHG RI RQH WR ÂżYH EHGURRPV Two tot lots, an outdoor pool and indoor recreation facilities housed in a two-story amenity building will be provided in addition to a pedestrian connection to the Grandview off-leash dog SDUN The property is located at the northwest corner of Veteran’s 'ULYH DQG 5LYHUYLHZ %RXOHYDUG 6RXWK DQG LV LGHQWLÂżHG DV .LQJ County Parcel Numbers King County parcel numbers   DQG SRUWLRQV RI  DQG   7KH ]RQLQJ LV predominantly MCR, Midway Commercial Residential, with a small portion zoned SR-1, Residential Agricultural. Comments are due for the above project by 4:30 p.m., May 2, 2014, to City of Kent Planning Services. For more information, contact Kent Planning Services at 220 Fourth Avenue S., Kent, WA  7HOHSKRQH      $Q\ SHUVRQ UHTXLULQJ D disability accommodation should contact the City for more information. For TDD relay service, FDOO  RU WKH &LW\ RI.HQWDW   Charlene Anderson, 5HVSRQVLEOH2IÂżFLDO 'DWHG$SULO Published in the Kent Reporter RQ$SULO NOTICE OF APPLICATION A project permit application was ÂżOHG ZLWK &LW\ RI .HQW 3ODQQLQJ

Services on April 1, 2014. Following is a description of the application and the process for review. The application and listed studies may be reviewed at WKH RIÂżFHV RI .HQW 3ODQQLQJ Services, 400 W. Gowe Street, Kent, WA. DATE OF NOTICE OF APPLICATION: $35,/ APPLICATION NAME/ 180%(5 %$5+$06+2573/$7 SP-2014-2 / KIVA 5366 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant proposes to subdivide WZR SDUFHOV WRWDOLQJ  DFUHV into three single family residential lots. The subject property is YDFDQW ODQG DQG DOO ORWV ZLOO WDNH access directly from 127th Ave SE. The project is located on the HDVW VLGH RI WK $YH 6(  feet south of SE 264th St, identiÂżHG E\ .LQJ &RXQW\ SDUFHO QXP EHUV    and is zoned SR-6, single family residential. 27+(53(50,76$1' 3/$16:+,&+0$<%( REQUIRED: Civil Construction Permit, Final Short Plat 38%/,&&200(173(5,2' April 18, 2014 to May 2, 2014 All persons may comment on this application. Comments must be in writing and received in Kent Planning Services by 4:30 P.M., Friday, May 2, 2014 at 220 4th $YHQXH 6RXWK .HQW :$  A public meeting is tentatively scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 22, 2014. This public meeting will be held in the Planning Services Conference Room at 400 West Gowe Street, .HQW :$   Please be advised this meeting date is subject to change. Please call to verify time and date at least a week before the scheduled meeting. If you have any questions, please call Sharon Clamp, Kent Planning Services, at  Published in the Kent Reporter RQ$SULO CITY OF KENT NOTICE OF ORDINANCES PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL The following is a summary of the ordinance(s) adopted by the .HQW &LW\ &RXQFLO RQ $SULO  2014: ORDINANCE NO. 4109 AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, Washington, renewing, for DQRWKHU VL[PRQWK SHULRG WKH moratorium established through adoption of Ordinance No. 4094, prohibiting the establishment, location, operation, licensing, maintenance or continuation of marijuana processors, producers, and retailers claiming authorizaWLRQ XQGHU &KDSWHU  5&: or any other law of the state of Washington, within the city of Kent, and adopting additional ÂżQGLQJVRIIDFW ORDINANCE NO. 4110 AN ORDINANCE of the City Council of the city of Kent, Washington, amending the 2013 - 2014 biennial budget for adjustments made between July 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013.  7KHVH RUGLQDQFHV ZLOO WDNH HIIHFW ÂżYH   GD\V IURP WKH GDWH RI passage and publication, unless subjected to referendum or vetoed by the Mayor, or unless otherwise noted. A copy of the FRPSOHWH WH[W RI DQ\ RUGLQDQFH will be mailed upon request of WKH&LW\&OHUN Ronald F. Moore, MMC,

&LW\&OHUN Published in the Kent Reporter RQ$SULO NOTICE OF APPLICATION A project permit application was ÂżOHG ZLWK &LW\ RI .HQW 3ODQQLQJ Services on April 3, 2014. Following is a description of the application and the process for review. The application and listed studies may be reviewed at WKH RIÂżFHV RI .HQW 3ODQQLQJ Services, 400 W. Gowe Street, Kent, WA. DATE OF NOTICE OF APPLICATION: $35,/ APPLICATION NAME/ 180%(5 GARRISON CREEK DIVISION 2 68%',9,6,21 68 .,9$533 ENV-2014-13/KIVA 536: PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant proposes to subdivide two parcels totaling 3.306 acres into 20 single family residential lots and a recreation tract. The property is currently developed with two single family residences, outbuildings and driveway all of which will be removed. The project is proposing to resize an H[LVWLQJ FRPELQHG GHWHQWLRQZD WHU TXDOLW\ SRQG LQ WKH H[LVWLQJ 5LGJH DW *DUULVRQ &UHHN GHYHO opment (immediately north) to accommodate stormwater runoff for the proposed development. The proposed development will WDNH DFFHVV IURP WK $YHQXH Southeast and connect to the H[LVWLQJ WK 3ODFH 6RXWK LQ WKH 5LGJH DW *DUULVRQ &UHHN GHYHO opment via a new public road. 7KH 6RXWK )RUN RI *DUULVRQ &UHHN DQG VWHHS VORSHV DUH ORFDW ed offsite to the west. A portion RI WKH EXIIHU H[WHQGV RQWR WKH western edge of the property, and will be protected. The properties are located at  DQG  WK $YHQXH 6RXWKHDVW .LQJ &RXQW\ SDUFHO QXPEHUV  DQG  7KH VLWH IRU WKH VWRUPZDWHU IDFLOLW\ LV LGHQWLÂżHG DV SDUFHO   7KH VLWH is zoned SR-6, single-family residential. 27+(53(50,76$1' 3/$16:+,&+0$<%( REQUIRED: Demolition permit, civil construction permit, building permits for each new home 38%/,&&200(173(5,2' April 18, 2014 to May 2, 2014 All persons may comment on this application. Comments must be in writing and received in Kent Planning Services by 4:30 P.M., Friday, May 2, 2014 at 220 4th $YHQXH 6RXWK .HQW :$  A public hearing is tentatively scheduled before the City of .HQW +HDULQJ ([DPLQHU IRU 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June   7KLV SXEOLF KHDULQJ will be held in the City Council Chambers located at 220 4th $YHQXH 6RXWK .HQW :$  Please be advised this meeting date is subject to change. Please call to verify time and date at least a week before the scheduled meeting. If you have any questions, please call Katie Graves, Kent Planning Services DW Published in the Kent Reporter RQ$SULO INVITATION TO BID Notice is hereby given that the City of Kent, Washington, will receive sealed bids at the City &OHUNÂśV RIÂżFH WKURXJK $SULO  2014 up to 11:00 a.m. as shown RQ WKH FORFN RQ WKH HDVW ZDOO RI

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HIGHLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE was awarded a prestigious Award of Excellence from the American Association of Community Colleges on Monday for increasing diversity and social equity on campus. Highline was one of six colleges in the nation awarded at the association’s annual convention in Washington, D.C. The national awards recognize innovation and promising practices that boost student achievement and help meet America’s economic and workforce needs.

Above: Master Payne, levitating his table, makes it dance as he recites the Edgar Allan Poe poem, “Annabel Lee”, for his closing performance. Right: Sydney Gealta gasps after Payne concludes a magic trick. Bottom: Payne’s set was appropriately decorated with Gothic props that would have made Poe himself proud.

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Children and adults treated themselves last Friday to a Gothic magic show and poetic reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous poems by Master Payne. During his “Magic of Poe” show, Payne performed a number of tricks, ranging from joining solid rings into a single link and levitating his table with the “ghost” of Annabel Lee. Payne’s performance was funded by the Kent Library as one of several programs planned for the spring and summer.

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Kent company helps repair stalled ship BY STEVE HUNTER shunter@kentreporter.com

About 15 people were on deck when McDaniel arrived. “They were super nice guys,” McDaniel said. “The captain and chief engineer took me into this room and paid in cash.” The hose cost $150 and the crew had to pay an afterhours service charge. “They were in panic mode,” McDaniel said. “They attempted to fix the hose, a 5,000 PSI (pounds of force per

Pirtek Kent also does work for the U.S. Coast Guard, recently replacing about 300 hoses on the icebreaker Healey in Seattle. “We work on car haulers, dump trucks, anything with a hose we’ll come and fix,” McDaniel said. Even a large ship stuck in Elliott Bay. “Maybe our next move will be mobile tugboat response,” said Erin Gilliam, whose company also has responded to cruise ships, barges and fishing vessels.

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Steve McDaniel had his doubts about a late-night call from his boss to respond to a stalled bulk carrier ship in Elliott Bay. Gabe and Erin Gilliam, owners of Pirtek Kent, which provides mobile hydraulic and other highpressure hose repair service to the marine, construction and trucking industries, had an urgent message for McDaniel, a service technician. They needed him to take a new hose to the ship. “When I first got the call from Erin she was trying to explain the dangling lifeboat on a ship,” McDaniel said as he retold the story about his April Fool’s night and the 10:30 p.m. call. “I thought about how I’d have to climb out to the lifeboat. I thought it was an April Fool’s joke.” The Gilliams had pulled a few April Fool’s Day jokes on their technicians earlier in the day. In fact, when they received a late-night call from Singapore, they expected an employee attempted to get them back with their own joke. “The call came in from Singapore and my husband thought he was joking,” Erin Gilliam said. “We average 10 to 12 jobs a day but all are local calls. He (her husband) was kind of laughing and handed me the phone. “I started talking to the guy and began thinking this was not one of our technicians. I started to take information and he wanted to shoot an email of failed hose (so Pirtek could make one). He said it was very urgent.” Singapore-based ISM Ship Management Co. had the Korean Lily ship coming into the Port of Seattle from Alaska when a lifeboat operational test failed because of a blown hydraulic hose. “The lifeboat was dangling, so they couldn’t come to port,” Gilliam said. Gilliam said a technician normally inspects and makes a hose on site, but the shipping crew gave specifications of the hose, so Pirtek made it ahead of time. The crew anchored the large ship in Elliott Bay on its way to Harbor Island to drop off a load of grain early in the morning. The crew lined up a transport boat through Arrow Marine Services to transport McDaniel to the ship after he drove his mobile van from his Edmonds home to the Seattle passenger dock. It took about 30 minutes for the transport boat to reach the ship.

and 20 minutes to get “I could see it paid.” stuck,” McDaniel The crew showed said about the lifeplenty of praise for boat. “If it fell, it’d McDaniel, who had go into the water.” the job done by McDaniel had to midnight. jump from the trans“I was like the port boat to stairs on superhero,” McDanside of the ship. McDaniel iel said. “They were “Then they hauled patting me on the back.” my tools up with a rope and The ship flew a Panama I went up a 20-foot ladder to flag. It had a Korean captain fix the hose,” McDaniel said. and mainly Filipino crew. “It took 20 minutes to fix it

square inch) high pressure hose, but it didn’t work. They hit the lever and it popped.” McDaniel looks back proudly about the call. “This was definitely the funnest job I’ve had to date,” said McDaniel, who started in December with Pirtek. The Gilliam’s opened Pirtek Kent in 2006. Erin Gilliam’s parents are part-owners. The center employs 10 and has five service trucks. It provides 24-hour service. Floridabased Pirtek features about 50 service centers across the nation. Woodinville is the only other location in Washington.

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Events Friday Hope for Homelessness Walk: 1:30-3:30 p.m. April 18, Kaibara Park, First Avenue between West Smith and West Meeker, south of the Kent Metro Station. Walk includes prayer stations with pastors and congregations leading scripture readings. Walk begins in Kaibara Park, continues to City Hall, followed by a site under consideration for a 24-hour center and shelter, and ends at Kaibara Park. Free. Donations of nonperishable food items being accepted. For more information, contact Pat Gray at info@kenthope.org or visit www. kenthope.org. Budget Restoration Public Hearings: 7-8:30 p.m. April 22, Kentwood gymnasium, 25800 164th Ave. SE, Covington. The Kent School District Board of Directors seeks public input on what programs to restored by virtue of the voter-approved levy. Board also will be using a survey tool. Survey results and findings from each of the public hearings will be among the many important factors considered by the board in making budget decisions.

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Conference on Horse Keeping and Climate Change, Managing the Uncertainty: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. April 25, Emerald Downs, 2300 Emerald Downs Way, Auburn. King Conservation District and Horses for Clean Water present the program. Keynote speakers: Dr. Gary Muscatello, DVM, University of Sydney, Australia; Chad Kruger, WSU Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources; Dr. Nick Bond, state climatologist, University of Washington. To register, go online at KingCD.org, call 425-282-1949 or email signup@kingcd.org. Cost: $20 for horse owners/general public, $35 for agency participants, includes coffee and fruit at sign-in, catered lunch, vender

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display, tram tour of Emerald Downs horse facilities, plus a free ticket to the races redeemable any 2014 race day. Spring WBCA Antique Bottle & Collectible Show: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. May 17, Kent Commons, 525 Fourth Ave. N, Kent. The Washington Bottle & Collectors Association presents its spring Antique Bottle, Insulator & Collectible Show & Sale. Great old bottles, jars, glassware, insulators, advertising collectibles, breweriana, photos, pottery and much more. Early buyer admission $5 on May 16; fREE admission on May 17.

Easter Eggstravaganza: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. April 19, French Field Stadium, Kent-Meridian High School, 10020 SE 256th St. Vendors, games, food and fun for the family. Free. Visit www. souldoutkent.org for more information. Easter egg hunt, scavenger hunt: 10 a.m.-noon, April 19, Kent Station shopping center, 417 Ramsay Way. The scavenger hunt for kids ages 7-12 is from 10 a.m. to noon. Pick up the first clue on the fountain stage in the plaza. The egg hunt for children ages 6 and younger goes from 10:30-11:30 a.m. on the lawn in front of Coldstone Creamery. Eggs are filled with candy, temporary tattoos, small toys and special offers from Kent Station merchants. Other free activities include face painting and coloring. For more information, visit kentstation.com. Kent Station’s Easter Egg Hunt is sponsored in part by MultiCare of Kent. For more information, visit www.kentstation.com or contact Cynthia Tanis at 253-856-2301. Egg Hunt: 10:30 a.m. April 19, Riverview Community Church, 4135 S. 216th St., Kent. More than 10,000 eggs, popcorn, cotton

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Benefits Computer Recycling Event: 9 a.m.4 p.m. April 19, Meridian Elementary School,25621 140th Ave. SE, Kent. Items being accepted: computers, monitors, printers, faxes; washer/dryers, refrigerators, water heaters; TVs, VCR’s, DVDs. Event is free. Sponsored by Meridian Elementary PTSA, which appreciates and accepts any donations. Proceeds from the recycled raw materials fund operations and benefit local charities, homeless shelters and food banks. For more information, visit www.meridianelemptsa.org. Breakfast For The Kids: 7:30-9 a.m. May 22, Kent Phoenix Academy gymnasium, 11000 SE 264th St., Kent. Proceeds benefit Communities In Schools of Kent continuing services in the Kent School District. Last year’s breakfast raised more than $24,000 for CISK, a nonprofit agency supporting programs for at-risk students. Kent Schools Superintendent Edward Lee Vargas is guest speaker. Other speakers include Sen. Joe Fain (R-Auburn, District 47). The Windermere Foundation, Umpqua Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, Omaha Woodmen Life Insurance Society Chapter 35, Kiwanis Club of Kent, Kent Station, WCP Solutions, Kent Police Employee Benevolent Association, and Kent Lions Club are sponsors. The Golden Steer is catering the event. The event is free but registration is being taken

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Volunteers City of Kent Parks community events: 9 a.m. to noon, April 19, Morrill Meadows Park, 10600 SE 248th St., East Hill, Kent. Volunteers removing invasive blackberry roots and planting 22 trees. Also: • April 26 at West Fenwick Park, 3824 Reith Road, West Hill, Kent. Volunteers transforming the park, clearing invasive weeds and planting more than 70 ground-cover plants and one big tree. Pre-registration is required to keep events manageable and safe for everyone. Deadline is April 16 for Morrill Meadows Park, April 23 for West Fenwick Park. Register at KentWA.gov/ComeVolunteer. Students and others needing community service hours may also register for upcoming Green Kent work parties run by trained volunteer park stewards. Team Up 2 Clean Up Kent: 8 a.m.-noon, May 17. Three locations: Trinity Community Church parking lot, 3807 Reith Rd. (West Hill); Kherson Park, 307 W. Gowe St. (downtown); Golden Steer Steak & Rib House parking lot, 23826 104th Ave. SE (East Hill). Residents, neighborhood and faith-based

Clubs, programs Woman Shares Story of Assault : 7 p.m. April 21, Lifetree Café, Community Room, First Christian Church, 11717 240th St. SE, Kent. The program, After the Attack: Picking Up the Pieces and Moving On, features the filmed story of a woman who was assaulted in her home-and the man who attacked her. For questions about Lifetree may be directed to Bob Brooks at 206-6536532 or pastorbob@kentdisciples.org. More information is available at Lifetreecafe.com. “Chasing Ice”: 7 p.m. April 22, Highline School District’s ERAC administration building, 15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW, Burien. To celebrate Earth Day, Highline Historical Society presents screening of the National Geographic film that frames the story of our planet’s changing climate by documenting the disappearance of glaciers. Admission is free with society membership, otherwise a donation is appreciated. Parking is free. Recology CleanScapes sponsoring the presentation. Learn more at www.highlinehistory.org, http://www.highlinehistory. org/Programs.html American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Kent: 6:30-8 p.m., April 24, May 22, Kent Senior Activity Center, 600 E. Smith St. Team meetings. Open to anyone who has been on a relay team or would like to know more about the relay. This year’s Relay For Life of Kent is May 30-31 at Kent-Meridian High School’s French Field. To become a community sponsor, contact Lance Goodwin at lgoodwin@RFLKent.org or 253-740-2363. Visit www.RFLKent.org for additional information and team registration. Follow the relay at www.Facebook. com/RFLKent.

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May 2, Seattle Mist v. Green Bay Chill. Tickets: $15-$65. ELSEWHERE “Shrek, The Musical”: 7 p.m. April 23-26 and April 30-May 3; 2 o-clock Saturday matinees. Kentlake Performing Arts Center, 21401 SE Falcon Way, Kent. Kentlake Drama presents the musical comedy based on the award-winning DreamWorks film about everyone’s favorite green ogre. Tickets: $15 general admission; $12 seniors, children and ASB students; Wednesdays and Saturday matinees $10 for all seats. Tickets available at the door and online at brownpapertickets.com. For more information, visit kentlakedrama.com. Seattle Violin Piano Duo: 3 p.m. April 27, Kent Lutheran Church, 336 2nd Ave. S. Kent. Chancel Arts at Kent Lutheran Concert Series. Originally from South Korea, the duo has studied with-renowned teachers , continually expanding its musical studies. The duo’s broad variety of repertoire ranges from classical music to jazz, pop, ragtime and Christmas music. Tickets: $12.50 at the door or from www.brownpapertickets. com. Senior discounts available from single residencies when purchased at the door. For more information, call 206-954-7602 or visit at www.chancelarts.com. ‘The Wedding Singer’: 7 p.m. April 30-May 3 and May 7-10, 2 o’clock matinees on May 3, 10. Kentridge High School Performing Arts Center, 12430 SE 208th St. Kentridge Players presentation. Based on the hilarious 1998 romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler. The Wedding Singer is the story of New Jersey’s favorite wedding singer, Robbie Hart, whose life takes a turn for the worst when his own fiancée leaves him at the altar. That is, until he meets Julia, who is already engaged to Glen Guglia, a Wall Street shark. Under the direction of Kentridge artistic director Jennifer Grajewski, music director Catherine Robinson, band director Tarik Abouzied and choreographer Eia Waltzer. Tickets go on sale April 16 at www.showtix4u.com. Live music: Reds Wine Bar @ Craft Beers, 321 Ramsay Way No. 110 Kent Station, across from the parking lot. Tuesday jazz jam (6-9 p.m.); Thursday bluegrass jam (6-10 p.m.); Saturday rotating local musicians (8-11 p.m.); Sunday open mic (4-7 p.m.). • April 26: 8-11 p.m., “Other Side of Forever” CD Release Show. Port Townsend jazz vocalist/composer Robin Bessier debuts songs from her CD. The evening includes a mix of original and contemporary material, peppered with fresh interpretations of jazz standards. 253-277-1852, www. redswinebar-kent.com.

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HYDRO KICKOFF PARTY SET FOR SATURDAY The Hydroplane & Raceboat Museum hosts its second annual H1 unlimited series season preview program on Saturday. The kickoff party runs from 4 to 7 p.m. at the museum, 5917 S. 196th St., Kent. Unlimited hydroplane officials, team crew chiefs and drivers will discuss the upcoming season, including how new rule changes will affect boats, crews and drivers. There will be an autograph session, team boat displays, a silent auction of vintage hydroplane racing memorabilia. The event is free to museum members, $5 for non-members. For more information, call 206764-9453, email info@ thunderboats.org or visit thunderboats.ning.com

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Dust flies into the air as Jessie Cruz slides into third base. “Down, down, down,” Kentridge High School fastpitch coach Rachel Comstock says to Cruz. “OK, now go, go, no back.” Comstock is working on drills to help her players focus on coaches. Comstock directs her team with an assuredness that comes from many years of seasoned softball playing. The 25-year-old coach, who graduated from Kentridge in 2006, made her varsity coaching debut this year, after coaching the girls C team in 2010 and making her way up to varsity assistant coach in 2013. It works out well, she says, because she already has good rapport with her players. “I’ve known most of these seniors since they were freshmen and so I’ve gotten that relationship with them. I can count on them,” she says. “It’s nice that I already

know what to expect from everyone, and they know what to expect from me.” Comstock inherited a solid team from her predecessor, Julie Taylor. The Chargers (3-1 league, 5-1 overall) carried a commanding 12-4 season, placing second in the South Puget Sound League North Division and third at district to Tahoma. This year, Comstock has her sights set on a first place league finish, with districts and state championships as a bonus. “It’s a lot of pressure, but it’s good pressure,” Comstock says. “We like that intensity and those games that we know will be hard but we can overcome it and actually do it.” That said, Comstock added that a key part of overcoming tough opposition is maintaining focus, a problematic issue for her team at times. “From being a player, I kind of know what to expect,” Comstock says. “Some of [ more KENTRIDGE page 13 ]

Kentridge catcher Chloe Meier prepares to tag a runner at a recent practice. The Chargers are a contender for the SPSL North title this season. They placed second last year. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter

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Some parents connect with their children through movies. Others through books. Some watch football or play golf together. Chris Martin and his daughter Lara Martin connect through running marathons. What began as a diversion turned into a serious hobby for the two. When Lara was at Oregon State University in 2011, she invited her father to visit and run the inaugural Corvallis Half Marathon with her.

Lara, 25, has run on and off for most of her life, including cross country at Kentlake High School and the occasional half marathon. “I think my longest run before we started training was 14 and that was when we were training for half,” she said. Chris hadn’t run for quite some time but decided it would be worth it as a way to stay in touch with his daughter. Three years later the fatherdaughter duo from Kent qualified and registered for the Boston Marathon on Monday. Lara qualified with a time

of 3 hours, 26 minutes and Chris, 57, qualified with a 3:31. Lara said that her initial reaction was surprise. “It was surreal.” But that surprise and excitement was tempered. “It kind of doesn’t hit you right away. We didn’t know if we’d get in even though we qualified. We weren’t sure there’d be any places left, we weren’t sure there wouldn’t be people faster than us,” she said. Not all marathons are created equal. [ more BOSTON page 13 ]


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[ KENTRIDGE from page 12 ] the games and innings it just can go on and on and on, so you really have to keep your focus and be in the game non-stop.” Sustaining a focused game will make the difference between walking a batter and striking her out, or picking up a double play to put the Chargers back in control. But as Comstock says, it has to be reinforced during practice. “We just really have to start hitting the ball from the beginning so we don’t have to deal with that,” says Comstock. “We’re solid all around

[ BOSTON from page 12 ] Runners who hope to participate in the Bostom Marathon must run Boston Athletic Association (BAA) approved courses. One such course is the Light at the End of the Tunnel marathon from Snoqualmie Pass to North Bend. Those who finish with qualifying times will receive a letter from the BAA notifying them that they’re eligible to register. It’s important to note that the fastest times are picked, not just the first registrants. “If you sign up Monday and someone else signs

but it’s just little things that we just need to work on. It’s just really being aggressive, both offensive and defensively.” It’s a good and bad condition for the team. On one hand they respond well to pressure, Comstock says, but at the same time the team only gets momentum when they run into serious competition. It can be difficult for them to get traction until the opposing team has already put runs on the board. “I don’t know why we like to wait till the fifth, sixth, seventh inning,” she says. “But when we do hit in the beginning we get in that pitcher’s head and then we feel good about ourselves

up Wednesday during the signup period, they’ll get picked to go and you won’t,” Lara said. As soon as they got home they had to submit their times and intent to register, because the registration closed the next day. “It kinda all happened really fast, and afterwards was just like ‘did we just really do that?’” Chris said. “There’s different things I like about running,” Lara said. “When we run together, it’s social and a way to spend time together, but sometimes I like running by myself just

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and keep that momentum going.” Leading the Chargers this year are pitcher Lizzet Dominguez, second baseman Jessica Torlai and catcher Chloe Meier as team captains. They’ll be complemented by junior Brianne Drury at first base, sophomore Sam Noszlopy at third base and sophomore center fielder Kaylee Hamilton. As for her rookie crew, Comstock expects good things to come out of shortstop Ashton Bledsoe who she says is “pretty phenomenal.” Cruz, a versatile and multi-talented player and backup pitcher, will complete the lineup. “I can throw her anywhere and count on her,” Comstock says.

to be quiet and clear my head. And I’m very competitive and I like racing.” They both agreed that the hardest part of qualifying wasn’t the race itself, but the training leading up to it. Unlike a three-mile run which can take a half-hour for people in shape, the two try to take an hour at least to run on their training days. Their longest distance was 32 miles over four to five hours. “Its about arranging time,” Chris said. “It’s a balancing act at times, sometimes when I’ve got the time I encourage her

to go when she might not want to and vice versa.” Living on the east edge of Kent, the two have no shortage of trails to tackle. From Soo’s Creek Trail to the Green River Trail, they’ve tackled a wide variety of different routes to prepare for marathons. To be running at Boston at 57 years old is no small feat, and Chris can appreciate how much progress he’s made in such a short time. “I’m kind of an old man, so I’m really excited. At my age to qualify for Boston I’m pretty pleased.”

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Marina Menzies of Covington died on March 24, 2014 at 74. Marina was a graduate of U. C. Santa Barbara; she then served as a weather forecaster for 9 years in the United States Air Force. In 1974 she received her Master’s degree in religious education from Golden Gate Seminary. From 1974 - 2005 Marina served as a missionary in Honduras with the Southern Baptist International Mission Board. Even though she was fighting various cancers after retirement, she was able to help some area Hispanics to receive the Mexican equivalent of the GED. She is survived by three sisters with their children and many cousins. The family would prefer a memorial donation to the Lottie Moon fund in lieu of flowers. Services will be held at Sequoia Baptist Church in Kent, WA on April 28, 2014. 1032945

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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,

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Best plants to consider for your garden here’s my picks for the best of the new plants:

Sweet Spot Roses: disease resistant decorator rose These are hardy bi-colored 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. Now 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 eye as an accent color. As colorful as an artist’s pallet but as easy to grow as a long blooming flowering shrub, this rose is a revolutionary new introduction that can also decorate your deck or patio – because Sweet Spot roses are perfect for pots. Raspberry Shortcake Shrub: compact, thornless plant with full-size berries Want fresh raspberries but don’t have a garden? The answer is this new shrubby raspberry developed to grow happily in a container and berry productive without the need for a pollinator plant. Full-size berries on a very compact plant makes this the perfect fruit for gardeners with just a balcony or deck or any homeowner that wants a low growing tidy hedge – that also produces berries. You can even grow Raspberry Shortcake in a container for several years, than transplant the shrub into the garden as an edible accent plant.

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April 18, 2014 [19] ‘All that Glows’ Viburnum: shiny foliage for a fresh look It is the high gloss of the shiny leaves that give 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 attractive and tidy shrub for front yard landscapes or even large containers. It will thrive in sun or part shade and like other viburnums ‘All That Glitters’ loves our rainy climate and acid soil. 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. Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and several other books. For book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her website, www.binettigarden.com.

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