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The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office has identified the driver killed by an unhitched boat and trailer Saturday on Suquamish Way. Florentino Tabafunda, 64, of Bainbridge Island, was driving north on Suquamish Way shortly after 6 p.m. when his Jeep Cherokee was struck by a boat and trailer that separated from a southbound Ford truck, according to a Sheriff’s news release. The driver of the truck, a

44-year-old Suquamish man, was uninjured. The Sheriff’s office is still investigating what caused the trailer to separate from the truck. Tabafunda worked as a custodian at Bainbridge High School and was best known to students and staff as “Sonny,” according to a statement Monday from Principal Brent Peterson. The school will display a banner in memory of Tabafunda.

Bainbridge Island OKs tight budget Bainbridge Island Review

With a unanimous vote the Bainbridge Island City Council approved the 2011 budget after shedding the final $232,000 they needed on Wednesday to close the looming budget gap they have chipped away at since October. The council needed to cut up to 1.2 million in order to accomplish its goal of keeping $2.4 million in reserves. It was a feat that came with painful cuts, tough decisions and grueling hours of discussion, and it was all accomplished in record time – one of the first budgets in recent memory to be approved before Thanksgiving. Though the budget is approved it is not static, and includes several major assumptions and outstanding issues that could alter its form at any time. Major cuts include the $700,000 in funding for BITV, HHHS and the Arts and Humanities Councils and the loss of 14.5 fulltime employees (FTE). The city approved increases for parking violations and the business and occupation tax, and will have very few capital finance projects in 2011.


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