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Anothe:" hearing is set o county 00,;tormwater plan A public hearing on proposed been scheduled for July 2 has been Copies of the revised drafts of stormwater management canceled and rescheduled, available for public revie plans for Allyn and Belfair will be The hearing will begin at 6 lic libraries in Belfair an held on Monday before the Mason p.m. on July 9 in the Commis- sport, and can also be vi4 County Planning Advisory Com- sion Chambers at411 North Fifth the county's Web site at mission. Street in downtown Shelton. mason.co.wa.us. The plans were presented for public review and comment at a Way will hol( public meeting held at the Port of United Allyn. Plans for Allyn call for spending 2007 annual meeti $660,000 over the next six years, with most of this going to culvert maintenance and the acquisition United Way of Mason County Representatives of the of property needed for a long-term has scheduled its annual meet- health and human servic plan with a price tag of more than ing for Thursday, July 19, from cies will also be present to $15.1 million. 7:30 until 8:30 a.m. at the Colonial important resources that The Belfair plan is based on House, 222 West Pine Street in able to our community. projections that in time the Bel- Shelton. For more information, fair Urban Growth Area will be Coffee and pastries will be Web site at www.unitedl 69 percent residential, 17 percent served. The board of directors will son.org or call 426-4999. commercial and 14 open space and host the meeting. Donors will hear Electric services parks. As it now stands, 70percent a report on use of donations and of an area of about 2,314 acres is elect new directors. Anyone who Bob Sund of the Hood Canal Kiwanis presents a yet to be developed, has donated $10 or more to United plaque to Darin Hall, a PIED 1 journeyman lineman. Belfair plans call for establish- Way of Mason County since Au- The presentation was made at a meeting of the PUD ment of "dedicated stormwater gust 2006 is considered a member funding" and adoption of a "low and is eligible to vote for new di- 1 Commission in recognition of outstanding service impact development ordinance." rectors and on any topics that are t-ion S and commitment during adverse conditions produced County staff envisions improve- introduced at the meeting. NiCd by the storms of last winter, ments to State Route 3 made in The meeting is open to the pub- Panda cooperation with the Washington lic and will provide an opportunity * Sony Ca State Department of Transporta- to meet the directors, community RC.A & tion. Early attention would be giv- officials and leaders of local busi- BattedesPlu Watershed contracts amended en to the relocation ofMindy Creek nesses that support United Way. and improvements to fish passage The Mason County Commie- fifth amendment to the county's in Belfair Creek and Sweetwater / sion on Tuesday approved amend- contract with Cascadia Consult- Creek. ments to existing contracts related ing Group and the second is the County officials said a signifi- to Watershed Resource Inventory seventh amendment to the coun- cant number of comments regard- Area 16, also known as WRIA 16. ty's contract with Sound Resolu- ing these plans were received on Action taken on June 26 autho- tions. June 20. Officials of Mason Coun- rized Commissione Lynda Ring- The agreements will provide ty's Department of Public Works Erickson to sign two no-cost con- meeting facilitation and manage- and their consultants need time to tract extensions to existing set- ment associated with the WRIA address all the comments received, vice agreements. The first is the 16 watershed plan. and so a public hearing which had Faith daycare takes care Most sizescrushedrockdeliveredintoShelt s312 when funding MD group One for $185. Special savings to outlying areas. (Continued from page 19.) grants, she hopes to develop a bet- ease characterized by the ruin- Plus tax. Price effective 5/15/07. Prices subject to change without notice. : research into the causes and cures ter understanding of how muscle ation of motor neurons that afflicts of muscular diseases and sup- cells grow and are maintained only men by Dr. Albert LaSpada of I port 11 studies now under way in with the goal of developing better the UW. He is working to develop Washington. These include: treatments for diseases, a mouse that gets this disease as a An investigation into how A study of "forceful contrac- step toward curing or preventing genes interact in muscle cells tions of skeletal muscles" by Dr. it. by Dr. Lisa Mares at the Fred William A. Catterall of the Uni- All told, the research into mus- Hutchinson Cancer Research versity of Washington. Supported cular dystrophy in Washington has CONSTRUCTION GRADE Creek Center. Supported by $130,000 in by $298,859 in grants, he is look- attracted more than $2.5 million CRUSHED ROCK$,_9 5 ing into the possibility that muscle in grants from the MDA and other Ouarrv cells may be damaged by the fail- benefactors. The biggest funding 3" Minus '=-J:froN F.O.B. ure of a body to properly metabo- package is $499,968 granted to Dr. Students cam .-eoc.m Sgo,.todee]o, JeffreyS. Chamberlain of the UW Located onHighway 101 Call for detai ways to prevent damage to muscle in support of his studies in gene between Shelton and Olympia Pioneer honors cell,, transfer technology and work in - Year-round delivery (360) 426 47 An investigation into a dis- diagnostic and genetic counseling. (Continued from page 13.) neth Raymond, Scan Rogers, Alex- ander Spencer and Jeremy Whit- Your GILLIS AUTO CENT R Seventh-graders in that GPA range were:KandyceBragg, Zsolt and PARTS TEAM Dudas, Amy Menzies, Brandon SERVII C Morlock, Kelsi Morris, Nicole Os- Scoff Fred berg, Layci Thompson, Aaron Tor- manen, Matthew Williams and Brandi Zieber. Cars .Trucks SUVs RVs Motorhomes Eighth-graders who earned grade-point averages between 3.0 "Complete service all makes and models" and 3.69, included: Jennies Beem, MacKenzie Chakos, Dominic Dea- Reid FREE shuttle service Everyday Price! 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Jack Tom Darren Amie Page 20 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 5, 2007 Anothe:" hearing is set o county 00,;tormwater plan A public hearing on proposed been scheduled for July 2 has been Copies of the revised drafts of stormwater management canceled and rescheduled, available for public revie plans for Allyn and Belfair will be The hearing will begin at 6 lic libraries in Belfair an held on Monday before the Mason p.m. on July 9 in the Commis- sport, and can also be vi4 County Planning Advisory Com- sion Chambers at411 North Fifth the county's Web site at mission. Street in downtown Shelton. mason.co.wa.us. The plans were presented for public review and comment at a Way will hol( public meeting held at the Port of United Allyn. Plans for Allyn call for spending 2007 annual meeti $660,000 over the next six years, with most of this going to culvert maintenance and the acquisition United Way of Mason County Representatives of the of property needed for a long-term has scheduled its annual meet- health and human servic plan with a price tag of more than ing for Thursday, July 19, from cies will also be present to $15.1 million. 7:30 until 8:30 a.m. at the Colonial important resources that The Belfair plan is based on House, 222 West Pine Street in able to our community. projections that in time the Bel- Shelton. For more information, fair Urban Growth Area will be Coffee and pastries will be Web site at www.unitedl 69 percent residential, 17 percent served. The board of directors will son.org or call 426-4999. commercial and 14 open space and host the meeting. Donors will hear Electric services parks. As it now stands, 70percent a report on use of donations and of an area of about 2,314 acres is elect new directors. Anyone who Bob Sund of the Hood Canal Kiwanis presents a yet to be developed, has donated $10 or more to United plaque to Darin Hall, a PIED 1 journeyman lineman. Belfair plans call for establish- Way of Mason County since Au- The presentation was made at a meeting of the PUD ment of "dedicated stormwater gust 2006 is considered a member funding" and adoption of a "low and is eligible to vote for new di- 1 Commission in recognition of outstanding service impact development ordinance." rectors and on any topics that are t-ion S and commitment during adverse conditions produced County staff envisions improve- introduced at the meeting. NiCd by the storms of last winter, ments to State Route 3 made in The meeting is open to the pub- Panda cooperation with the Washington lic and will provide an opportunity * Sony Ca State Department of Transporta- to meet the directors, community RC.A & tion. Early attention would be giv- officials and leaders of local busi- BattedesPlu Watershed contracts amended en to the relocation ofMindy Creek nesses that support United Way. and improvements to fish passage The Mason County Commie- fifth amendment to the county's in Belfair Creek and Sweetwater / sion on Tuesday approved amend- contract with Cascadia Consult- Creek. ments to existing contracts related ing Group and the second is the County officials said a signifi- to Watershed Resource Inventory seventh amendment to the coun- cant number of comments regard- Area 16, also known as WRIA 16. ty's contract with Sound Resolu- ing these plans were received on Action taken on June 26 autho- tions. June 20. Officials of Mason Coun- rized Commissione Lynda Ring- The agreements will provide ty's Department of Public Works Erickson to sign two no-cost con- meeting facilitation and manage- and their consultants need time to tract extensions to existing set- ment associated with the WRIA address all the comments received, vice agreements. The first is the 16 watershed plan. and so a public hearing which had Faith daycare takes care Most sizescrushedrockdeliveredintoShelt s312 when funding MD group One for $185. Special savings to outlying areas. (Continued from page 19.) grants, she hopes to develop a bet- ease characterized by the ruin- Plus tax. Price effective 5/15/07. Prices subject to change without notice. : research into the causes and cures ter understanding of how muscle ation of motor neurons that afflicts of muscular diseases and sup- cells grow and are maintained only men by Dr. Albert LaSpada of I port 11 studies now under way in with the goal of developing better the UW. He is working to develop Washington. These include: treatments for diseases, a mouse that gets this disease as a An investigation into how A study of "forceful contrac- step toward curing or preventing genes interact in muscle cells tions of skeletal muscles" by Dr. it. by Dr. Lisa Mares at the Fred William A. Catterall of the Uni- All told, the research into mus- Hutchinson Cancer Research versity of Washington. Supported cular dystrophy in Washington has CONSTRUCTION GRADE Creek Center. Supported by $130,000 in by $298,859 in grants, he is look- attracted more than $2.5 million CRUSHED ROCK$,_9 5 ing into the possibility that muscle in grants from the MDA and other Ouarrv cells may be damaged by the fail- benefactors. The biggest funding 3" Minus '=-J:froN F.O.B. ure of a body to properly metabo- package is $499,968 granted to Dr. Students cam .-eoc.m Sgo,.todee]o, JeffreyS. Chamberlain of the UW Located onHighway 101 Call for detai ways to prevent damage to muscle in support of his studies in gene between Shelton and Olympia Pioneer honors cell,, transfer technology and work in - Year-round delivery (360) 426 47 An investigation into a dis- diagnostic and genetic counseling. (Continued from page 13.) neth Raymond, Scan Rogers, Alex- ander Spencer and Jeremy Whit- Your GILLIS AUTO CENT R Seventh-graders in that GPA range were:KandyceBragg, Zsolt and PARTS TEAM Dudas, Amy Menzies, Brandon SERVII C Morlock, Kelsi Morris, Nicole Os- Scoff Fred berg, Layci Thompson, Aaron Tor- manen, Matthew Williams and Brandi Zieber. Cars .Trucks SUVs RVs Motorhomes Eighth-graders who earned grade-point averages between 3.0 "Complete service all makes and models" and 3.69, included: Jennies Beem, MacKenzie Chakos, Dominic Dea- Reid FREE shuttle service Everyday Price! Jo,u con, Kyle Dunnington, Kathryn Znslow, Peter Zwert, David Farr, Complimentary wash  LUBE, OIL Madisoh Gaa, Kaela Hembry, Wishing Keith Jones, Arianna Ketcham, with any service Daneille Kilmer, Colby Kingery, yOU and F I LT E R Blake Krause, Robert Larribas, . J yours  Shawn Rhoads, Lorraine Rusher, Most Makes & Models Daniel Staley, Christopher Tay- Perry The Quality Care Auto Service Card/ a safe  (Some vehicles extra) RO lor, Cydnee Twidwell, Michael "It's fast I "5 qt capacity engines Warnlan, Alisha Wells and Zach- - and  (Add only 1 48/qt over5 qts) ary Zazueta Decisions while you wait (usually about 5 minutes) ,, i s2 0,, I Seventh-graders in that GPA .It's dependable | enjoyable l(( range were: Ian Amaro, Jesica Bai- Use in the dealership for maintenance and repairs | /]l. Ariel Cook, Kelsey Holloway, Eliz- tynda ' It's user friendly | of M. abeth Honeywell, A/aura Jones, No annual fees | Sheri Lea, Katrina Marsh, Ariana July McCullough, Jonathan Paulzine, 90 days same as cash!! | II Plus tax and disposal foe II KeAndra Radchenko, Wendi Red- (On any purchase or service over $150) | clinger, Anthony Richley, Ashley Samson, Monies Sandoval, Jordan Southerland, Melanie Souther- Jim OPEN SATURDAYS FOR PARTS and SERV/CE Case land, Shanmarie Statzer, Michael Striplin Jr. and Brittany Wilcox. r %  ..... ' .:'  : ] .. ' ......... : # I1 Railroad Avenue & U.S. 101 Interchange, Shelton  !NllR, _1 m, 5Star Certified   13601 426-SS8$ Complete $5 9 5 Lori  1:7 4r--r 4r Parts and Service open Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Eric Saturdays 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. WnN.glllisautocenter.com B or 1-800-575-8823 24 hours Always low cost with dignity AMERICAN BURIAL , Aaron Michelle Bob G. Bob A. Jack Tom Darren Amie