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Todd resigns as Black Diamond city administrator BY ERIC MANDEL email@example.com
The tumultuous relationship between the city of Black Diamond and City Administrator Christy Todd has ended, as Todd resigned after a little more than four months on the job. Todd and the city agreed on a severance package May 15th that keeps Todd under contract, with full benefits, until July 31 and pays $30,000 for her attor-
ney’s fees. She will receive ries relating to ongoing all accumulated vacation matters.” sick leave and other pay The city also agreed according to city policy. not to oppose any claim The total package of unemployment will cost the city benefits, “so long as approximately the factual grounds $60,125, according stated are accuto Finance Director rate and include a May Miller. statement that the The deal stipuemployee voluntarily lated that Todd resigned from her Christy Todd perform no seremployment.” vices from the time In return, Todd of the contract through July agreed to immediately 31, other than telephone or terminate the ongoing email responses to “inquiinvestigation into her sex-
ual harassment complaint against Black Diamond Mayor Dave Gordon. The severance agreement includes a gag order, where elected officials and authorized speaking agents agreed not to disparage each other. Todd’s attorney, Lee Smart, will be paid “normal and reasonable costs and legal fees” associated with advice and representation during the sexual harassment claim, filed Feb. 23, and subsequent retaliation
claims against the city, filed March 24, April 23 and May 1. Though the original asking was for $32,500, the parties agreed to compromise at $30,000, according to the severance document. The agreement was signed by the mayor and all five council members. The Black Diamond City Council added a resolution on the matter to the May 15 agenda. The members approved the severance agreement and they also terminated the City Coun-
Running for Blake Motivated by love and a desire to help, Maple Valley man is running 250 miles for his grandson BY KATHERINE SMITH firstname.lastname@example.org
Long-time Maple Valley resident Bob Satko has 12 grandchildren and will run 250 miles this weekend to help one very special grandson. Completing the race isn’t about a specific time for Satko, or even about finishing. It is about doing whatever he can to help. Last year Satko’s grandson, Blake Robison, was diagnosed with Fanconi Anemia, a rare blood disease. According to the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, the disease is inherited and can result in bone marrow failure and many different cancers. The fund also estimates that 31 babies are born with the disease each year in the USA. Blake was diagnosed at 2 years old, and he and his parents relocated from Alaska to Western Washington to be close to Children’s Hospital in Seattle. “Blake is the happiest little boy I know,” Satko wrote in an email interview. “No matter what happens to him, he always has a smile on his face.” Satko has lived in Maple Valley for 21 years and started running in junior high. He had never ventured into marathons and beyond until he met fellow Maple Valley residents BJ Farish and Cody Hill. They started running together,
Maple Valley resident Bob Satko will run 250 miles this weekend in honor of his grandson, Blake Robison, pictured with [ more BLAKE page 3 ] Satko (top) and his parents (bottom right), to raise awareness of Fanconi Anemia. Courtesy photos
cil’s investigation. Councilwoman Carol Benson, the mayor pro tem, told The Reporter Monday that it is “very, very difficult” for city’s of Black Diamond’s size to keep city administrators for an extended period of time. “I don’t know if its normal for our city, but we didn’t have any city administrator for two and a half years,” Benson said. “… I just don’t think it’s that [ more TODD page 2 ]
City’s foodie future a buffet of possibilities BY ERIC MANDEL email@example.com
The city of Covington has changed dramatically over the last decade. Once a business bare area, it is now a main attraction for neighboring communities, thanks in part to a plethora of fast food choices and shopping spots, such as Costco and Walmart. But over the next five to 10 years, the city is expected to see even more COVINGTON commercial change, as the Hawk Property, 212 acres of land located southeast of state Route 18 on the northern border of the city, and Town Center projects are now starting to take shape. With those ventures will come opportunities for dozens of businesses, including everyone’s favorite topic of discussion: restaurants. “Not many people miss a meal,” said Josh Parnell, Vice President of First Western Properties who serves on the Covington Economic Development Council. “There’s [ more FOODIE page 2 ]
 May 23, 2014 plenty of days I don’t walk into Target or Kohl’s, but I haven’t missed a meal in several years. Everybody has to eat.” During public forums over the years, Covington citizens have mentioned Red Lobster and Trader Joe’s as desired businesses for the area, as well as a movie theater and Target. A Trader Joe’s will be opening inside the Lake Meridian Marketplace in Kent later this year, but the beloved seafood restaurant remains on the wish list. Covington Community Development Director Richard Hart said the city has no control over what types of restaurant businesses open in the city, fast food or otherwise. “We also don’t survey the public about whether they desire more fast food services in Covington or what type,” Hart said in an
email. A game of fast food musical chairs is currently underway, as a Wendy’s will be moving onto the site of the 76 gas station, along Kent-Kangley Road, across from Fred Meyer. Wendy’s submitted its Commercial Site Development application on Feb. 3 and it was approved May 6. Salina Lyons, Covington’s Principal Planner, said the developer has not yet submitted the engineering phase plans or building permit for review and approval. Demolition of the gas station and car wash, which were built in 1998, is expected to start in June. Another of the city’s fast food restaurants has a lease expiring in October and is expected to close. The property owner is quietly marketing to other potential businesses. Lyons said new restaurants coming into the city
are a private market decision. She said the city’s zoning codes and downtown design guidelines provide the parameter for sites to develop. “The city does not solicit restaurants or businesses,” Lyons said in an email. “We respond to questions and submittals by the private sector.” With such expansion, though, should Covington be the traditional suburb appeal of strip malls, fast food joints and big box stores or move to a more similar vibe as Seattle and its local, foodie restaurants? Parnell said there is room for both, but that Covington is following the usual course. “Typically the chains are the first ones to go to suburban markets,” Parnell said. “It is very difficult for local operations to do on new construction and pay the rent associated with that.”
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Parnell noted that Covington is still a relatively new retail market, with most of its major businesses coming since 2000. He expects more restaurant variations to join as the city continues development. Brian Pounder, President of Regency Group Inc., based in Bellevue, was the leasing broker for multiple businesses in Covington, including Kohl’s and Office Depot. He said the city must continue to work at cutting out barriers and extra costs in its permitting processes. He said the city has missed opportunities, including a Target, because of the perception that it can be difficult to put a business in the city. “They have to have a streamlined, predictable permitting process,” Pounder said. Dawn Gillespie, co-
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Political primary season underway BY DENNIS BOX & KEVIN HANSON
The political primary run is officially underway as the candidate filing period opened May 12 and closed Friday. Throughout the state of Washington, candidates had five days to formally file with the Office of the Secretary of State.
This cycle is considered an off-year election with no fireworks popping in a presidential race, but 47th and 5th legislative districts still attracted a full slate of new faces, former hopeful candidates and incumbents planning to return. The primary election is set for Aug. 5 and the general election is Nov. 4.
[ BLAKE from page 1] and before long, Satko was signed up for his first marathon in 2009. “I tried it and have been hooked ever since,” Satko wrote. Over the last five years he has run 44 marathons, including the Boston Marathon in 2012 and 2014. Satko has also taken on ultra marathons, running one 50 mile race, one 100 mile race and one 200 mile race. “Most ultra races are on dirt trails and I love the feeling of running fast through the trees,” Satko wrote. “Maple Valley is the perfect place to do that.” Satko also said that the peace and beauty of trail running is what he loves about his sport. “It’s a time for me when my cell phone is turned off and the stress of everyday life just melts away,” he wrote. “We live in a beautiful area and with the running I get to see places in the Maple Valley area that a lot of people drive by every day and don’t even know exist.” This weekend he is participating in the Pigtails Challenge at Lake Youngs. The race consists of loops around the Lake Youngs trail, an approximately 9 mile distance. Runners could sign up to run a total of 200, 150 or 100 miles. Satko ran the 200 mile distance at Pigtails in 2012 and ended up in the hospital after running the skin off the bottoms of his feet, he said. “At the time I thought it was the hardest thing I would ever do and told myself I would never do it again,” Satko wrote. In light of his grandson’s diagnosis, Satko decided he wanted to do something to help and that’s when he signed
Washington’s primary, which is a top-two system, advances the two candidates receiving the most votes to the November general election, regardless of party affiliation. The all mail-in primary election is Aug. 5 and the general election is Nov. 4.
47TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT The 47th District includes Covington, Auburn, a portion of Kent and unincorporated South King County. In the Senate, Republican incumbent Sen. Joe Fain is being challenged by Carol
Barber, D-Kent. For State House Position No. 1 Democrat Chris Barringer, Auburn, is challenging incumbent Mark Hargrove, R-Covington. In Position No. 2 in the House Pat Sullivan, the incumbent Democrat from Covington, is being challenged by Barry Knowles, R-Covington. The state Senate seats are four-year terms and House positions are two.
5TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT The 5th Legislative District begins just north of Enumclaw and includes
up for Pigtails again. This year, Satko’s goal is to go beyond the 200 mile distance and complete 250 miles in Blake’s name. “I wanted to combine my love of running and my love for Blake,” Satko wrote. “I knew I had to do something instead of sitting by and wishing that someone would help.” Satko decided to raise funds for the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund. “This is what I can do,” he wrote. “And if I raise money, and that money is used for research, and a cure is found, what better gift can I give my grandson?” Satko runs every morning with friends and on the weekends with Cedar Valley Runners. Normally, he said, he runs 60-80 miles a week, and to prepare for Pigtails he has done as much as 140 miles in a week. He runs on trails including the Lake Wilderness and Cedar River trails, as well Lake Youngs and Tiger Mountain. Satko also has the support of friends and family who will make up his support team this weekend. “A support team is the number one priority on a long race like this,” Satko explained. “Just like Blake has his support team of doctors and specialists, I wouldn’t be able to do this without my team.” The team will consist of a crew chief who keeps things organized, as well as friends from Maple Valley who will run 10 mile stretches with Satko. “They have the important job of making sure I’m taking in enough fluids, eating properly, changing my socks every 20 miles, dressing blisters on my feet as they arise, rubbing
Black Diamond, eventually stretching north and east all the way to Issaquah. Chad Magendanz was elected two years ago to the Position 2 post and is running for a second term. A Republican, he resides in Issaquah. He is being challenged by Democrats Colin Alexander of Fall City and David Spring of North Bend, along with Ryan Dean Burkett of Issaquah, who stated no party preference. The race for the 5th District’s Position 2 seat has two candidates, Republican incumbent Jay Rodne and Democrat Essie Hicks, both of Issaquah.
May 23, 2014  8TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Aside from the legislative races, voters will help send a congressman to Washington, D.C., from the 8th Congressional District. Republican Dave Reichert is seeking another term and is being challenged by Democrats Jason Ritchie of Issaquah and Keith Arnold of Auburn. A variety of judicial races including four seats on the state Supreme Court, along with seats on the state Court of Appeals and both King County and Pierce County Superior Court.
down my legs and making sure I stay somewhat coherent for 72 hours,” he wrote. In 2012 Satko said he did take a break to sleep during the race and that this weekend he plans to take one 20-30 minute sleep break each night. “That means we will be running in the middle of the night, with no street lights and just a headlamp,” Satko wrote. Pacers play a key role during the long nighttime hours, he added. “Without a pacer it can get very discouraging trying to stay awake and upright,” he wrote. The hardest thing about running such a distance, Satko said, is the blisters. “In 2012 I had huge blisters on the bottoms of both feet that got infected and I had to go to the hospital,” he wrote. “This year I will be much more careful.” As of Tuesday morning, Satko had raised just more than $8,000 of his $10,000 goal. “I feel like I have been given a tremendous gift in my ability to run like this and I want to use that to help others,” Satko wrote. The race started at 6 a.m. on Thursday morning and will end at 6 a.m. on Sunday morning.
If you are interested in learning more about Bob and Blake, and getting updates on the race, visit Bob’s race Facebook page at www.facebook.com/250forFA or his fundraising page at www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/emil yrobison/250milesforfanconianemia.
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Redeeming Disneyland After staying up entirely too late last week working on my latest project – a pair of hand painted, Anna-themed Toms – I was ready to go Disneyland it up with my childhood best friend, wearing said shoes, of course. The “excuse” for said weekend excursion was to redeem Disneyland for her. Her previous, and first, trip to the happiest place on earth had not quite lived up to the Southern California hype. Her first trip to LA came as I was concluding my college career: for graduation, the road trip home, and, it goes without saying, a stop at Disneyland. Now, she wasn’t entirely new to Disney parks, she’d been to Disney World several times, but never to the original. I had never, in the three and a half years I lived in LA, seen it rain in the Southland like it did that weekend. To say that we were unprepared when we hit the parks would be an understatement. Being properly attired is key to successfully Disneylanding on a rainy day. Been there, done that. This, however, was not one such day. She at least had the excuse of packing light, at my request, due to the space constraints in my car — we were driving up the coast the next day, my car packed with the contents of my apartment. Technically, I could have fished hardier shoes out of the abyss, but I had just crammed everything in there; naturally I didn’t want to unpack everything — in the rain — and repack it again. So I soldiered on in my Rainbows. Ten hours later we were soaked and ready to call it a night before embarking on the two day trip up the 101. It’s a weekend that lives in infamy in the history of our friendship. As I dropped her off at her home two days later, we agreed that someday we should go back, she should see Disneyland in the sun, as it’s supposed to be. That day was Saturday. And, boy, did California deliver. One hundred degree-plus days during the Staff Writer Katherine Smith
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waited, wanting us to call out the punch line. And, of course, I obliged.” “De-Nile!” I called from the back of the boat without missing a beat. Yea, nobody else answered him. Just me. He laughed. “That’s right folks, you too can be a Jungle Cruise Skipper.” Indeed, you can. And I have. I made it a point that we would see World of Color during our trip. I took my friend on our previous visit, we were way in the back and it was just kind of ‘meh.’ To me, being able to see the full height of the fountains makes so much difference. We stood in the splash zone (depending on which way the wind is blowing you really don’t get that wet, and the fire at the end dries you off ) and on the plane home my friend listed it as one of her favorite things that we did. #worthit It was great to go on some rides that I normally skip and/or hadn’t ridden in ages. Splash, Fantasyland dark rides and Autopia among them. We ended our weekend with one last trip around the Jungle, and I even got to dust off my spiel for my friend as we made our way through the line. Yep, still got it. Once a Skip, always a Skip. It was a successful mission. Said friend wants to go again next year. Disneyland redeemed.
Adding insult to injury, more than 75 percent of Americans paid higher taxes for 2013, thanks to the “fiscal cliff ” deal passed in Congress on New Year’s Day. Ironically, while warning of government insolvency and Congress haggled, President Obama spent $4 million of our money on his annual Christmas vacation in Hawaii. The average tax increase from the deal is expected to be $1,257, but that figure belies the wide disparity in impact, according to the Tax Policy Center. Those making less than $10,000 a year paid an average of $68 more in federal taxes, while those making between $50,000 and $75,000 saw an $822 jump. Files with incomes of $1 million paid $170,341 more. Who says the rich aren’t paying their share? In addition, the tax rate for the wealthy
increased to 39.6 percent. Millionaires will pay $122,560 more a year from this one provision alone, according to the Tax Policy Center. And the tax on capital gains and dividends increased from 15 percent to 20 percent. Those are only a few of the tax hikes from the so-called fiscal cliff negotiations. So what does it all mean? Can government hike taxes this much without negatively affecting our economy and jobs? Of course not. Families with incomes of $100,000 account for 40 percent of all consumer spending. Because consumer spending makes up 70 percent of the GDP (Gross Domestic Product), economists are very concerned that consumers will slow their spending, putting a further drag on our moribund “recovery.” Added to that are the 21 new taxes associated with Obamacare, which are phasing in this year. Making matters worse, spending watchdog
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www.covingtonreporter.com • www.maplevalleyreporter.com [ BRUNELL from page 4] Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Oklahoma) estimates that the federal government loses $200 billion of our money each year to fraud, waste and mismanagement. For example, the National Endowment of the Humanities gave nearly $1 million of our money to The Popular Romance Project to study romance in novels, films and the Internet. While NASA has shelved the space shuttle program, it’s spending $3 million to study how Congress works. And as the U.S. pulls out of Afghanistan, the military has decided to destroy $7 billion worth of useable equipment rather than sell it or ship it home. On Cinco de Mayo, the national debt stood at $17.475 trillion, meaning that every man, woman and child in the United States currently owes $57,514 for their share of the U.S. public debt. According to the U.S. Debt Clock, our total long term unfunded liabilities are at
[ TODD from page 1] terribly unusual based on the circumstances.” The council gave unanimous approval of Todd’s appointment on Jan. 9, after initially asking for more time to discuss her appointment following Gordon’s surprise dismissal of former city administrator Mark Hoppen when Gordon took office Jan. 1. The council wanted more time to research Todd’s background and speak with her. Black Diamond paid Hoppen a severance package of $69,831.05 when he was terminated without cause. Upon Todd’s appointment, Kenyon Disend, the Issaquah law firm providing city attorney services to Black Diamond, promptly withdrew because of a pending legal claim against the city of Maple Valley, which involved Todd when she was the city attorney of the Maple Valley. Todd left that position in December of 2012 when the city of Maple Valley decided for budgetary reasons to contract out for legal services rather than pay a for a staff city attorney. She received six months severance pay and benefits. At the time of Todd’s hiring, Councilwoman Janie Edelman told The Reporter the council was aware of “issues” Todd had with Maple Valley, but was not concerned. Benson told The Reporter Monday she never saw Todd’s resume and was not aware of any concerns about her past employment at the time of her appointment. Benson
said she thought Todd was “very organized.” When asked if she would have voted differently knowing what she knows now, Benson replied “I can’t comment on that.” Benson said she believes the resolution of the matter will help the delicate relations between the City Council and mayor, which came to a head in early April when Gordon said two council members, Ron Taylor and Edelman, came into his office and demanded his resignation and threatened his job, marriage and reputation if he did not step down. City Clerk Brenda Martinez will return to the role of assistant city administrator, a title she previously held for more than two years. Benson said no decisions have been made on the future of the city administrator position and the topic will be addressed at the June 12 Finance Committee meeting. When asked if the city could afford a city administrator, Benson replied “I don’t know.” Benson said that this result was the city’s best case scenario. “It was costing us a lot of money,” Benson said. “The sooner it ended the better. There was no win-win.” Benson said it was important to expedite a resolution because of all the money being spent on lawyers. “I’m just glad we aren’t spending a bunch more money on a bunch more lawyers,” she said. “Whatever could cause this to go away the most expeditiously. Just to spend so much money on attorneys —this seemed
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told The Reporter on April 17 that he was approached by members of the community about firing Todd, but that he believed he and Todd’s working relationship would be “better than ever” with some mediation. An investigator for the Cities Insurance Association of Washington reviewed the claims but made no recommendation. The council passed a resolution on April 3 for another investigation, with hopes that it would offer an opinion on how to move forward.
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KENTWOOD TENNIS FINISHES THIRD The Kentwood tennis team took third place in the SPSL 4A league tournament that finished May 13 at Auburn Riverside. The Conks finished with 25 team points, while Thomas Jefferson won with 45 points. The doubles team of Megan Charlton and Kathryn Araki earned second place, falling 6-1, 6-1 to the top-seeded pair from Thomas Jefferson in the championship match.
There’s a healthy teetertotter of perspective on the Kentwood soccer team. On one side, there’s head coach Aaron Radford, who, in his ninth year, has led his athletes to third place finishes in state twice. He never enters a game feeling confident or at ease with how his squad is playing. The other side features a group of Conks teenagers, who sprinted into the first round of the state tournament as optimistic underdogs that shocked the conference with consistent winning. And then winning some more. “Bradford’s attitude is smart – having that slice of humble pie,” said senior center midfielder Garrett Rudolph. “I think that attitude balances out well with that attitude of ‘we’re gonna win.’” The expectations for the 2014 Conks team were limited. Stay near the top and hope for a state birth. Yet, after winning the North division with an 11-2-3
record, Kentwood capped seniors, has found cohesive- back to where we were in its improbable run with the ness to be key. Rudolph said the beginning of March… 4A West Central District this is the most fun team I was optimistic that if we title, shutting out both Gig he’s ever played on. could play well and be a Harbor and Skyview, 1-0, “Even if you’ve got the good united team, we could during district tournament best players around the make things happen.” play on Brandyn May 15th Bangsund and 17th, led the respecConquertively. ors’ offense The this season, Conks notching 12 were goals and six schedassists, while uled to Mason Ruplay Gardolph added field in 11 goals and the first dished an round of assist. Goalie the single Admir eliminaKucalovic tion state allowed only Senior Garret Rudolph helped lead the Kentwood soccer team to an SPSL 12 goals in tournament on 4A North division crown and state tournament birth. ERIC MANDEL, The Reporter 18 games. Tuesday, “I think the result of which was not state, what will carry a team I have the best goalkeeper available as of press time. A to state is chemistry; how in the state,” Radford said. win would mean a place in long can you deal which “I know I might be a little the final eight and a game each other,” Rudolph said. biased.” Saturday. Radford was not so The Conks also finished The Conks failed to make convinced early on, but has with some impressive the postseason in 2013, let been amazed by his team’s team numbers, outscoring alone prime themselves for drive to succeed. opponents 37-12, with 11 a state run. But the veteran “I’m pretty surprised,” shutouts. group, which consists of 10 Radford said. “I thought But it wasn’t always
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pretty. After flying to a 9-0-2 start, the group lost backto-back matches against the division’s top teams, Tahoma and Thomas Jefferson, and then tied Mount Rainier. It forced the squad into must-win matchups to close out the regular season. Then came district play against a strong Gig Harbor group and a Skyview team that Radford believed to be the best of the bunch. “Getting two wins was above my expectations,” Radford said. “I was thinking a win and maybe a tie. I’m very, very pleased with the way things have played out.” Kentwood has never won a soccer state title, though they won the league title in 2011 and finished third in state that year. While the coach and outsiders didn’t expect greatness coming into the season, Rudolph said he had his sights set high from the start. “I was never one that was skeptical about our [ more CONKS page 7]
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Tahoma track wins six events at SPSL league meet The track and field postseason started last week with the South Puget Sound League 4A meet at French Field on May 14 and 16. The Tahoma boys came home with three wins in field events. Senior Brock Eager won discus with a throw of 155 feet, Denham Patricelli won javelin with a throw of 1765, and Tucker Mjelde won pole vault with a height of 15-0. Also in field events, Kentwood’s Terence Grady came in second in discus with a throw of 148-7, and senior Travis Rogers of Kentlake finished fifth with a throw of 139-4. Eager finished third in shot put, throwing 50-4. Also from Tahoma, junior Alexander Cielo came in fourth in javelin with a throw of 150-4. In boy’s high jump, Kentwood senior Treyvon Floyd tied for second with Noah Bales of Bethel with a jump of 6-2. In long jump, Kentlake senior Vincent Menickely came in second with a jump of 22-2, and Kentwood junior Brandon Stribling finished fourth
[CONKS from page 6] abilities,” said Rudolph, who was a freshman on the 2011 state placing team. “I expected us to go even further than we are. I expect us to win this thing.” Radford knows his group might be considered underdogs in the state tournament filled with schools familiar with soccer success, such as Snohomish and Central Valley. But he also doesn’t think anyone will look past them, either. Enough so that he entered Tuesday’s state matchup feeling optimistic. Well, maybe cautiously optimism. “These guys have made me more and more confident because they keep coming through,” Radford said. “They are starting to sway me a little bit, but I don’t think I’ll ever walk into a playoff match and think nobody can touch us.”
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with a jump of 21-8.75. In the boy’s track events Stribling, won the 100 meters with a time of 11.05 seconds, just edging out his teammate and fellow junior Bailey Paladin who finished second with a time of 11.06. Tahoma senior Riley Campbell won the 3,200 meters in a time of 9:39.53. Fellow Bears Graeme Schroeder and Keegan Fitzpatrick came in third and fourth, respectively. Paladin also claimed fourth place in the 200 meters with a time of 22.53. In the 800 meters, Kentwood senior Robin Cheema finished second with a time of 1-56.11, followed by Graeme Schroeder, a sophomore, in third with a time of 1:56.93. Schroeder then came in second in the 1,600 meters with a time of 4:25.44, with teammate and Campbell right behind in third. Grady also finished second in the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 14.82. In the boy’s 1,600 relay, the Kentwood team of Tanner Heinz, Tjay Mason, Paladin and Cheema finished third with a time of
3:25.85. Delaney Tiernan, a junior at Tahoma, dominated the women’s distance events, winning the 800, 1,600, and 3,200 meters races. Her teammate, Kayla Contreras, a freshman, finished just over one second behind Tiernan for second place in the 1,600 and also finished fourth in the 3,200. The Kentwood girls also did well in the distance events, with a fourth place finish in the 800 meters and in the 1,600 meters by freshman Emma McMeen and a second place finish by fellow Conk and freshman Nicole Soleim. Soleim also finished fifth in the 1,600. Amari Leander, a junior at Kentwood, finished third in the 400 meters in a time of 1:00.10, and Tahoma freshman Olivia Ribera was right behind in fourth with a time of 1:00.56. Cheyenne Haverfield, a senior at Tahoma, finished fourth in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 15.4. The Kentwood girls brought home third in the 400 meter relay. The team of Aurie Taylor, Bebe Thomas, Malea Munoz and Jones finished with a time
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DEADLINE APPROACHING FOR KING COUNTY ‘BEST WORKPLACES FOR WASTE PREVENTION, RECYCLING’ LIST Only a few weeks remain until the June 13 deadline to apply for recognition on King County’s annual Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling list for 2014. Business owners and employees are encouraged to nominate their businesses to the list, which recognizes King County companies that have excelled at preventing waste and promoting recycling. This recognition program is open all King County businesses, excluding those in the cities of Seattle and Milton.
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