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l+ /il M! r glflr00 ............................... City hosts hearing on Shelton Hills development plans The Shelton City Commission hosts a second public hearing on the planned action ordinance and final environmental impact statement (EIS) on the 604-acre Shelton Hills develop- ment at 6 p.m. Monday at the Shelton Civic Center, 525 W. Cota St. The public hearing was originally scheduled for the commission's Feb. 24 study session. At Monday's meeting, the commission is scheduled to present information on Shelton Hills and hear comments from the public. Hall Equities, based in Walnut Creek, Calif., bought the property in 2006. The company's Shelton Hills concept includes a 50-acre business park, 68 acres of commercial property, as many as 1,600 primarily single- family residences, a new school and 10 parks. The highest density plan for Shel- ton Hills would add about 4,877 resi- dents and 3,546 employees to the site. Full buildout is expected to take 20 years. KITSAP ] LUMBERI 360-479-4414 450 S. National Av. Bremerton gill KitsapLumber.com PELLET & li FIRELOGS Summer Sale o.,,- s20000 Pellets North Ida ,n.,,., $27000,o. Based on 3 ton purchase, otherwise slightly higher Keeps the Air Clean 40 Hours Clean Bum Woodstoves 92.2%LHV Efficiency Heats2,000 Sq. Ft. 'l]lemloslar Conl Aub Ionil/on ST Mobile Home Approved Stainless Chimney Pipe 6" Metalbestos Kit .... 11m /tELKIRK "OOZe@KIT)  6"x36" Cap, collar, flashing, JL tinlee support, 18 adapter.. .''i," I lllbUldtU 6 ft. insulated P'De. 6"LMerK ,q9 J 15 Foot Kit $335,00 Jf 25 Foot Kit $385.00 | STea00l" PI.'IIC s24, Journal photo by Gordon Weeks From 1932 to 1942, the Rayonier Pulp Mill dumped waste into 23-acre Goose Lake, which sits outside the northern boundary of the proposed 604-acre Shelton Hills development. The lake will likely again receive a lot of attention as the Shelton City Commission hosts a second public hearing on the planned action ordinance and final environmental impact statement (EIS) on Shelton Hills at 6 p.m. Monday at the Shelton Civic Center, 525 W. Cota St. Much of the public comment has sits just north of the planned develop- focused on polluted Goose Lake, which ment, and the former C Street dump, Spring is Right Around the Corner/ which is south of the development. The final EIS can be viewed at the Shelton Timberland Library, 710 W. Alder St.; the city's community and economic development office upstairs at the Civic Center, 525 W. Cota St.; and on the city's website at www. ci.shelton.wa.us. City sets public hearing on water efficiency The Shelton City Commission will have a public hearing on setting the city's new six-year water-use efficiency goals at its regular meeting at 6 p.m. March 17 at the Shelton Civic Center, 525 W. Cota St. Since 2007, the state Department of Health has required that municipali- ties have a Water Use Efficiency Pro- gram (WUEP). Jason Dose, the city's senior plan- ner, told the commission that overall water use in the city has decreased drastically in the past 15 years. Daily water demand in the Shelton water see CITY, page A-15 Payment example for a $150,000 POWERHOUSE mortgage: 120 payments of J $145Z08 at 3.125% interest rate and 3.603% APR Annual Percentage Rate} based I on Anchor Bank's current rates as of 1/6/14 Ior owner-occupied property w th a I 1.0% origination fee. These payments do not include amounts for taxes and i insurance premiums. Actual payment obligation will be greater. Mortgage I insurance required if Loan to Value is above 80%. Interest rates and fees are subiect I to change without notice. Other terms are available for mortgage loans longer than | 10 years, including various options for origination fees and interest rates. Co I Loans subject to credit approval. Other terms and conditions apply.  J