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Y ednesday, January 5, 2000 The Arlington Times :* A7 rlington will leave for basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Air Force Major Mary F. McFadden has earned master's degree at the University of Texas, Austin. ae is a women's health flight operations officer ;signed to the 55th Medical Operations Squadron at ffutt Air Force Base, Bellevue, Neb. Her degree )cused on being a parent-child clinical nurse special- Her parents are George and Mabel McPherson of The major is a 1978 graduate of Arlington School and a 1983 graduate of Carroll College, Mont. ranite Falls Travis S. Lundberg has enlisted in the United Army's Delayed Entry Program which allows an to join the Army, secure his or her guaran- and delay their actual departure date for up to days. Lundberg's test score and enlistment as a transport operator qualifies him for up to ;0,000 under the Army College Fund program. He Missouri, on July 20. He attended Granite Falls High School and is the son of Thomas and Sharon Lund- berg of Arlington. Lakewood Lynn neth W. Deavers of James Madison Air Force Airman Michael J. Lynn Jr. has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Joanne and Michael Lynn of Camano Island. He is a 1999 graduate of Lakewood High School. Army Pvt. Emily S. Deavers has entered basic military training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Deavers is the daughter of Julie Carter of Portland, Ore., and Ken- of Arlington. She is a 1998 graduate High School, Portland. cops if car crash damage tops $700 State hikes limit accident reports ton Times OLYMPIA -- A law enforcement must investigate and file a on a motor vehicle accident the state of Washington if prop- exceeds $700. The driver of any motor vehicle the chief of the Washington State involved in an accident in the state Patrol to adopt and revise rules of Washington must file a report if regarding the accident-reporting property damage is less than $700. threshold. The new accident-reporting threshold for property damage Chief Annette Sandberg vehicular accidents will be approved the new minimum, rec- increased from $500, effective Jan. ognizing economic changes as 1. The $500 threshold has been in reflected by an inflationary index effect since Oct. 1, 1987. recommended by the office of The state Legislature authorized financial management. up runnnng Dylan Carolus (lower left) and Sarah James (lower right) give the new computers at the Arling- ton Boys and Girls Club a spin while Lee Wittke (upper left) and Tim Abuhl (upper r0ght) monitor their progress at the club ; grand opening of a new "Flight Struc- tures, Inc. Computer Center" in December. Three other local spon- sors added to FSI~ major contribu- tion, said club director Mike Neumeister. Paul and Shaun McPherson did all the framing and drywalling to convert part of a storeroom into a lab with nine ter- minals. Vine Street Group donated - the computer hardware and Dut- ton Electric did the electrical work. "The kids are really exci, ted," Neumeister said. "Som kids have a real good attention span for com- puters but not other things (at the club), so that's a real positive out- Jet." photo courtesy Margaret Hedtund PACIFIC COAST FEATHER COMPANY NOTICE Location of Proposal: On the west side checklist and other information on file with DETERMINATION OF of Arnot Road, approximately 2000 feet this agency. This information is available NON-SIGNIFICANCE south of its intersection with State Route for public review upon request. This File Number: 530 in Section 30, Township 32 North, Determination of Nonsignificance is 98-150851 SP Range 6 East, W.M., Snohomish County, issued under WAC 197-11-340 (2) and is Dan Webster Washington. subject to a 14 clay comment period. Writ- Emerald Real Estate LLC Tax Account Number: ten comments may be submitted to the 1326-5th St, Suite C-1A 303206-4-014-0006 lead agency at the address below. Com- Marysville, WA 98270 Lead Agency: Snohomish County Plan- merits must be received 14 days from the OF PROPOSAL: The ning and Development Services date of issuance of this DNS, publication g a 4 lot rural cluster THRESHOLD DETERMINATION: of notice or posting of the property, subdivision of an approximately 10 The lead agency for this proposal has WHICHEVER OCCURS LATER. :re parcel. The property is currently determined that it does not have a proba- APPEALS: This DNS may be R-5 and is undeveloped. The sub- ble, significant adverse impact on the appealed pursuant to the requiremeflts of will result in the creation of 4 lots environment. An environmental impact Section 23.40.022 SCC and Chapter 2.02 approximately one acre each. Access statement (EIS) is NOT required under SCC, at any time during the 14 day by Amot Road, a public road. RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision appeal period specified above. Any measures are included for park was made after review by Snohomish appeal must be addressed to the County impacts. County of a completed environmental Hearing Examiner, accompanied by a ill- ed in the Dec. 29 The Arl _WHAT O0 THE CHILDREN FORESEE? 10 The Arlington Times n the next 100 years I think will be a cure for cancer and people will live longer of technological advances. Cars will be solar powered preventing pol- lution. Food will be organi- cally grown, for better health. We also will be more physically fit due to exer- cise. People will have at least "IV and one computer in their and all will be able to corn- with other people the world. Due to space exploration we know if there is any life on planets. might be able to live on Lrs, with better technology. I this will be the age of health happiness as everyone will a sports car. And don't forget technology by Matt Hawkins, 8 Special to The Arlington Times n the next 100 years, I think there will be people zooming around in hover cars and a cure to stop cancer. Also there might be a robot who can wash dishes, mow the lawn, put out the garbage and a whole bunch of other things like that. A new high tech space ship Matt Hawkins will be used to visit Pluto that comes with a space suit so you won't freeze to death. In the next 100 years I also think there will be new technology for catching criminals. Life will be very exciting in the next 100 years and maybe Arling- ton will have a new high school. House Calls Free Estimates Clock & Watch Repair A full display of Floor, Wall, Mantel, and Cuckoo Clocks Cuckoo Clocks p Grandfather Clocks Look for us at our in Safeway Plaza! Mantel Clocks Wall Clocks Check out our web site at ing fee of $100.00, and be filed in writing at the Public Assistance Counter of Plan- ning and Development Services, 5th Floor, County Administration Building, Everett, WA. The appeal must contain the items set forth in Subsection 2.02.125(2)SCC. Responsible Official: Stephen Holt, Director Planning and Development Services, County Administration Building, Fifth Floor 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 604 Everett, Washington 98201 For further information contact David Radabaugh, Senior Planner at (425) 388-3311, ext. 2950. Published: January 5, 2000 $1JE"Mc OWNER/STYLIST EDUCATOR Perms ............ $30.00 Senior Perms ....... $25.00 Haircuts ............ $9.00 Color & Cut ........ $25.00 ::~ ~. .... Ph. 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