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WWW.ARLINGTONTIMES.COM The &%gton Times. June 23, 2010 5 Edit,, t"s Spotlight Communities turn ,00llt l(!, aw their suppo00 t for tlh e figllt against cancer lmost all of us have been touched in one way or another by cancer. Maybe you've battled cancer or had a family member impacted by it. Many of us have friends or coworkers who have fought the disease some successfully, some not. And all of us who have been touched by cancer should be impressed and thankful for the impressive way our com- munities supported the two Relay for Life events held locally. The Relay For Life of North Snohomish County ! SCOTT FRANK MANAGING EDITOR ill';:::: was held June 12 at Asbery Field in Marysville. Forty- five teams with more than 500 participants took part in the annual event and raised nearly $120,000 for the American Cancer Society. Not to be outdone, Arlington held its first Relay for Life with record- setting results. The event, held June 4-5 at Arlington High School attracted 119 teams with more than 1,400 participants. And thanks to the generosity and support of the community -- both individuals and businesses the event raised approxi- mately $228,000. Our appreciation goes out to everyone who con- tributed to the events' suc- cess the organizers who committed so much time and effort; to the partici- pants for getting involved and their fundraising efforts; and to the sponsors and donors whose generos- ity is truly impressive. If you would like to donate to either of these events, it's not too late. Just go to and click on Donate at the top of the page. You can designate your donation for a specific participant, team or event. If you know of a person, organization or event that you would like to have featured in the Editor's Spotlight, give me a call at 360-659-1300 or email me at sfrank@marysvilleglobe. com. Thanks for your support We cannot thank the Arlington community enough for choosing to Relay with us this year. The Arlington Relay for Life was such an amazing success thanks to each and every one of you and your sup- port. When the 60-person com- mittee formed a year ago and started planning this Relay, we had no doubt that the Arlington community would support this event, but we had no idea that it would be to this extent. Every time we hit a new milestone we were proud of and in awe of this community. In the end we had 32 cor- porate sponsors, 119 teams and 1,429 people participant in our first Relay. To-date we've raised over $227,900 0000os,wyra''-, .,6-. " Ill" // t. Vexes 62 Measure    21 5. Make sense w th 63. Put under water  1 "up" 64. Pale green insect i[ 8, Enter the picture 65, Ace 29 3o t4, Mitigated 66-Cabinet div. 2s I t I to Brna.,a= witu, --'1--I 32 - t8 Frozen fog t" , humbug!" 34 w 19. and term!net 2. "/t;s-rlo !  ;---- 20. Abbr. after a name 3. 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For more information and a FREE telephone J-3_- 2029_  __4- - 230 -- and that number is still climbing. Look for our Relay Committee in the Arlington 4th of July parade and at the Arlington Street Fair. We hope you'll)Din us next year for another unforget- table night where we'll come together again to celebrate, remember, and fight back. Kerry Munnich Kay Duskin Arlington 2010 Relay for Life Committee LEGAL NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DETERMINATION OF NONSlGNIFICANCE File Name: Excell Enterprises, LLC File Number: PLN20100013 Description: The applicant is requesting a zoning permit for the development of a 2 story medical office building totaling 10,000 square feet. The applicant is proposing approximately 500 700 cubic yards of grading on- site using existing subgrade with all weather gravel and asphalt surface. Location: 6800 21 lth Place NE, on the south side of 2]]th Place NE between 67th Avenue NE and 67th Drive NE, Section 22, Township 3l N, Range 05 E, WM (Tax ID Nos: 3105ll0030lS00 & 31051100301600). Applicant: Excell Enterprises, Attn: Matt Togstad, ]3128 240th St. NE, Arlington, WA 98223. Date of Application: May 24, 20]0; Deemed Complete: May 27, 20]0. Approvals Required: SEPA, zoning/site plan review permit, site civil construction plan approval, building permit, design review. 5EPA Decision: The City has determined that it does not have a probabJe significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.2 ] C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmen[al checklist and other information on file with the Lead Agency, City of Arlington. This information is available to the public on request. impacts of the projects will be mitigated bythe requirement that the development must comply with all City of Arlington zoning and development regulations. StudiesRequired:Geotechnical Traffic, Stormwater Management Date of Determination of Nonsignificance: June 17,2010. Comment Period: There is a 14 day comment period on this DNS. Comments on the DNS addressing environmental issues must be submitted to the address below no later than 5:00 p.m. on July 1,2010.The Responsible Official may incorporate any substantial comments into the DNS. If the DNS is substantially modified, it will be reissued for further public review. Contact: City of Arlington Permit Center at 360-403-3551. Published: June 23, 2010.