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c.uttin complicat , ,v,sion on 19th Avenue ve. ted tip and became L~re complicated last m aia Sdmlts, in- a 'mang a 'stop work e~._~este~ the future of the .L. wunty is in the ard ~ ulat order and said he the red tag to Scott )of the county's Department. to~.. said the county's aid. "lEith his contention that ~d ~ incorrect, but Scott . enot say that. Rather, developer that if he zg ll~W his application for n ~ me~ the stop work order ,n. ~L_ the ~e Subd/vision first came leth at a subdivision before the county's e~ Approximately 40 ~L ~jKackman Road-19th attended the hearing to the proposed ~~r primary objection "liP~'m t~ for the proper- | ~ rental sites--but they ~~eerns about the Vessi- ~ ~xsw.=~~.~ WOOded part of the land |~tr~infg sufficient well | .~.~a for the proposea ~lit. t ~'John Gait ruled tha .__~-"~ty to question the developer's future use of the property, but he did restrict Schultz from clearing any of the wooded area before the final plat is approved. Gait also required that Schultz acquire a water rights permit from the state. Schultz is appealing the "no cutting', restriction to the county council. The council will hear the appeal on September 28 during a regular meeting and at that time decide whether to held a public hearing. They could also simply decide to uphold the examiner's decision at that time. Written comments on whether or not to schedule a hearing on the appeal will he accepted by the council until 5 p.m., September 26th. The taking of public testimony during the September 35th meeting is at the discre- tion of the council. George Sherwin, manager of the coun- ty's planning division, said the issue of the last week's tree cutting further corn- plicates the subdivision application. "If Mr. Schultz does nothing more, the coun- ty has two choices: either let things stand as they are or initiate a new hearing before a hearing examiner." The county, said Sherwin, is currently deciding what course to take. Ronaid Schultz, meanwhile, said he re- mains angry about the county's and the neighborhood's interference in his pro- ject. He noted again that he previously had permission from the state Depart- ment of Natural Resources to log the pro- party, and he said earlier that he intend- ed to finance the development from the sale of his timber. "That restriction doesn't make sense to me," he said. Schultz suggested that ff the neighborhood wanted a "park," he would sell the land to them. "I could also shert-plat the land or do a five-acre division and then the neighborhood wouldn't have any say." from page 1) Mr, Rab I throughout her _~_garden is an excellent nce"]~tt'use concept for an ~.ty lot. Tengue and his ~ie~. ~[~been avid gardeners for ~l!~tidl~ he got out of the tor . F~!~ .[~iCally a 61 by 24-foot TM and apple tree line wan, intermixed pepper punts "next to vegetables they are supposed to like." For fertilizer she used i~g manure ("because we had pigs") and silage manure, but reported few problems with weeds. Mrs. Lothian said, "Viki's results were tremendous for a first year garden. Anyone knows what a hard job that is and her garden should be even better next year." In their never-ending efforts to delight and entertain local sheppers, Arlington merchants are proud to introduce the community's first "Bed Race" to be held on Thursday, October 6th in conjunction with the annual "Moonlight Magic Saiel" The event's official name is the "Moonlight Magic Bed Race." Following are the rules: HOW TO ENTER 1. Fill out application located at all participating merchants. Submit your entry fee with the application, making checks payable to Arlington Retail Trades. All ap- plications must be received by noon, October 6. 2. Select a Racing Team. Appoint a Team Captain. Your team sheuld consist of three pushers and one rider (perhaps a couple of "pit crew" members.) 3..Locate an old bed or create one and have your team adapt it to bed specifica- tions. 4. Decorating your bed is an option you may or may not want to follow. 5. Call up your friends and challenge them. Prizes will be awarded to the fastest bed racing team. BED RACE RULES 1. Each team will provide a bed conforming to specifications. All beds must be inspected for conformity prior to the race. 2. Each team will provide three runners to propel the bed. Changing of runners during a heat is prohibited. 3. Each team will provide one rider per bed. 4. All entrants to the race, including the rider of each bed, must report to the staging area (Seattle First National Bank Parking Lot) no later than S p.m. Team will be responsible for transportation of bed to and from the race. Tardiness to the staging area will result in disqualification. There can be no refunds. 5. The race will be single elimination. There will be approximately two beds per heat. The participants in each heat will be drawn by lottery. A racing form will he available prior to the race. 6. The four fastest times of all teams will enter the semi-finals. Finals will in- clude the winners of the semi-finals. 7. During the race, all runners must keep their beds in their own lanes. Do not obstruct other beds. 8. The length of the race course will be two city blocks. 9. Every entrant and participant shall conduct himself according to the highest standards of behavior and sportsmanship, particularly with his relationship with other competitors and officials. 10. All members of a team must be 16 years of age or older. BED SPECIFICATIONS Entries must meet the following specifications; inspections will be made: 1. Must have a mattress, miminum of 2" in thickness and made of material in- digenous to regular bedding. 2. Must have four wheels (no more and no less), not to exceed 8" in diameter, in- cluding tires. 3. No sharp or otherwise dangerous projections from bed. Exception--padded push bars may be used only if they do not extend more than 12" from the side of the bed. Push bars may be used at the front or rear of bed on either side. 4. Size: (A) Minimum--3' wide x 6' long, 10" from ground to bottom standard bed spring or from supporting mattress. (B) Maximum---4' wide x 7' long. 5. Must have perimeter rails, a minimum of 12" in height measured from the top of the mattress. 6. Functional steering mechanisms are prohibited. Non-functional steering mechanisms may be used for decorating purposes. 7. Can be decorated. Removable type decorations are permissible. Almost any bed can be modified to become a "racing bed". Just select a sturdy frame and add four wheels. Used beds can be obtained from hospitals, hetels/motels, junk stores, Goodwill Industries, garage sales, etc. inthe ,p, le attributes his good ~a ~nd fertilize" (cow . ^n~. rant battle against :: .i well-kept family years just a II aUd despite the hard | efforts were "a lot of her memories sh.s . ed a low IrP'1[ttk? est'. Back to Basle= her seeds from excellent results potatoes. her book she radishes hand- SECOND PRIZE in the garden contest went to Vern and Ester Teague of Arlington, whose backyard, city garden is an excellent example of multiple use of a limited space. Mr. Teague has been gardening at various sites since he got out of the Navy at the end of the Second World War. the garden contest went to Vicki Gray of Oso for handsome first-year garden. What was once just ,, now a source of recreation and wholesome food. - o W, P.M. I I iplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery I rl, l'L -- announces -- , ITP . 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The survey was presented Aug. 31 to the State Forest Practices Board. it ex- amined re/orestatlon compliance on 226 state, industrial forest landowner and small private forest landowner sites which were to he reforested between 1974 and 1~0. Parcels owned by small private forest landowners, whose totaling holdings in Washington were less than 1,000 acres, had a mean of 2,56 trees per acre in the survey in Western Washington. By com- parison, the forest practices act has a reforestation requirement of 300 trees per acre in Western Washington. The survey found a mean of 351 trees per acre on state-owned fopest land and 330 trees per acre on industrial forest land in Western Washington. In Eastern Washington, the survey recorded a mean of 154 trees per acre on state-owned land, 170 trees per acre on industrial ownerships and 148 trees per acre for small private forest ownerships. The forest practices act includes a reforestation requirement of 150 trees per acre in Eastern Washingten Bill Baxter, assistant manager in the natural resources department's Private Forestry and Recreation Division, said the reforestation problems for small Western Washington forest landowners resulted from lack of money to complete roforestation, animal damage to seedl- POWER JET COMMERCIAL 7.50-16LT Now Only reg. $74.60 F:.E.T. 3.51 e We do complete exhaust work (pipe bender) shocks, front ends, brakes, lube, oil, filter, batteries. POLK'S TIRE & AUTO SERVICE 435-5509 101 N. OLYMPIC, ARLINGTON There's something for everyo.e at.the Snohomish County Home Improvement Show. Admission (tickets on sale at. Sunday, September 25 -- the door) 10:00am to 6:00pm Adults ................. $2.50 Location Youth (3.2-17 yr ) ........ $1.00 Ramada Everett Pacific Hotel 11 years and under ....... FREE (Just off I-5). Dates: Enter at the North end. Look for Friday, September 23 -- signs to: lO:OOam to 9:00pm Lower Level Exhibit Facility. Satu iay, September 24 -- Everett, Washington 10:00am to 9:00pro RE-ELECT FOR SNOHO/VtlSH COUNTY ASSESSOR Experienced --- Capable -- Fair Democrat Paid for by Sandra McGee, Carnp~ign Treasurer 5401 -74th I=1. NE, Marysville, WA 98270 ILi ~! Give r A " Message Initiation fees: (Before It Gives One To You...) F Pll single membership , -Aerobic Conditioning, monitored blood pressures, target heart rates. * -Strength training, the Nautilus way. , -Weight loss counseling * -Sauna/Jacuzzi Is NOW! mish