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Page A-12 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 3, 2014 High school credit program slated STAFF REPORT news@masoncoun com Shelton School District is sponsor- ing a summer school program for high school credit retrieval from July 7 to Aug. 7 at Shelton High School. The program will run from 8 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and is open to students who have com- pleted grades ninth through 12th and need to make up credits in core subjects such as English, math, social studies, and science. Classes are offered in the classroom and online (OdysseyWare), depending on the specific credits that need to be earned. The cost for district students is $35 per course or $5 per course for stu- dents who qualify for free or reduced price meals. Students not registered in the district pay a rate of $150 per course. Tuition must be paid in full prior to the start of classes July 7. Registration forms might be obtained at Shelton High School or the Shelton School District Administrative Services building, 700 S. First St., Shelton. The deadline for registration was June 27 at the Shelton High School office. Late registrations will be accepted until July 7 by contacting Summer School coordi- nator Tom Toney at 253-347-5035. Lunch and midmorning snacks will be available to all summer school par- ticipants at no charge. Limited busing might be available through the district's transportation department. Mason Transit also offers bus service to the high school. Call 427- 5033 for specific information about Ma- son Transit routes and timetables. COUNTY BRIEFS County schedules public hearing on code amendments The Mason County Board of Com- missioners has scheduled public hear- ings for 9:30 a.m. July 15 and 6:30 p.m. July 22 to consider amendments to Title 16 of Mason County Code as it relates to performance subdivisions. Green Diamond Resource Co. has proposed two amendments that would revise the defmition of"cluster" devel- opment, removing performance subdi- visions from its application and would create a new section allowing for non- contiguous open space in performance subdivisions. For more information, contact Bar- bara Adkins at 427-9670, ext. 285. County to discuss targeted areas The Mason County Board of Com- missioners has scheduled a public hearing for 9:30 a.m. July 15 to deter- mine where to place residential tar- geted areas. Residential targeted areas are ar- eas that lack "available, desirable and convenient residential housing," ac- cording to Mason County. The state Legislature approved a bill that would allow the county to give tax breaks to builders of low-income housing in urban growth areas served by sewer, such as the Belfair Urban Growth Area. For more information, contact Bar- bara Adkins at 427-9670, ext. 286. Money sought for county courtroom Mason County will submit a grant application to the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation for a $165,000 grant to build a second court- room in the basement of the Mason County Courthouse. The total cost of the project is esti- mated to be $330,000. After the second downstairs court- room is complete, the courthouse will have a total of four courtrooms. Compiled by reporter Natalie Johnson DIVORCES June 11 Sara Ann Endicott Cleveland Endicott and Robert June 13 Clarissa Alisha Lopez and Efren Ju- lian Arias June 18 Ida Carol Engle and David Frank Engle is now up and run Join Us For Our Official GRAND OPENING and Ribbon Cutting Thursday, July 10th @ 5 p.m. At the Log Plaza (near Casper's Pizza) 23730 State Hwy 3, Ste."F" in Belfair Family owned & operated serving Mason & Kitsap Counties and offer: Copying (including color), Fax, Email Authorized UPS Packing, Shipping & Drop-off Site Notary Service Banners & Signs, Decals CADD Printing & Large Format Copy Capability Personalized T-shirts, mugs, gifts & more! M Excellent service with quick turn-around time! Questions? Just call Amber at: (360)552-2755 or Emaih amber@copythatrepro.com Corn-fed Bone-in Rib Steak All-natural fresh pork Baby Back Ribs Corn-fed fresh meaty Beef Spare Ribs 09 Lb, (Sli.8o)! AU.natural fresh l boneless skinless Chicken Breast 2?bi  or 2.2915. by the 40 lb. case ($97.60) i