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Planning Commission Preliminary Agenda Monday, November 20 at 7 p.m. in Community Center

     November 17, 2017: The Eatonville Planning Commission will discuss Old Business - the "Entire Draft Comprehensive Plan Review."
     The public is encouraged to attend this important meeting.

Comp Plan Ready for Review

        from Kerri Murphy

     The Comprehensive Plan is ready for review! Please let me know if you would like it emailed to you, copied to a disc or in hard copy. Our next meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 20 to review and a public hearing on January 15 by the Planning Commission.
   
"Comp Plan" -  Comprehensive planning is a process that determines community goals and aspirations in terms of community development. The outcome of comprehensive planning is the Comprehensive Plan which dictates public policy in terms of transportation, utilities, land use, recreation, and housing.



 Council Agenda and Actions  Monday November 13, 2017
 See Agenda Here

 



 Big Dog Needs a Home:

Meet Ace, Pet of the Week, a Big, Loveable Great Dane Mix who Gets along with Dogs, Cats and Even Small Kids. Ace has a
History of Chronic Ear Problems.
See More about Ace, his Story and Photo Here

 



Meet Jade Egan Eatonville's New Daffodil Princess


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     Princess Jade smiles with Sara Litzenberger outgoing 2017 Daffodil Princess.

       From Ruth Beckwith
       November 10, 2017


     Eatonville High School's Daffodil Selection evening and our 2018 princess. Jade Egan was selected as our 2018 Daffodil Princess. She is the daughter of Eric Egan and Kimberly Kenna-Egan. Jade has a 4.0 cumulative GPA. She is a varsity cheerleader and she is the business manager of ASB (Associated Student Body).
    Jade is involved in the community by volunteering for the former Youth Art program at Weyerhaeuser Elementary, teen coach for Junior Cruisers Cheer, and she volunteered for the Art in Bloom 2017. She plans to attend a four-year University and major in Business.

Princess Candidates and Escorts


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     Jade was chosen from seven princess candidates who all did an amazing job through the selection process. They are from left to right: Olivia Crueger, escort Donald Davis; Jade Egan, escort Nickolas Schier; Isabelle Snyder, escort Evan Upchurch; Malori Yates, Colton Cornish; McKenzie Hart-Lindgren, escort David Garoutte; Tabitha Coss, escort Trent Wohgmuth; and Madeline Frey, escort Garret Daniel. (Note the escorts have ties matching the candidates gowns.)

 



 School News:


Congratulations to Eatonville Elementary School for the 2017 School of Distinction Award
 

Mackenzi Huggler with her Horse, Rooney, to Compete in Junior National Finals Rodeo Next Month
See Stories Here

 



  On the Record with Pierce County Prosecutor Lindquist

Man Charged with Estranged Girlfriend’s Murder

      Prosecutor Lindquist discusses High Priority Offenders (HPO), Elder Abuse, and Fair Share
Prosecutor Lindquist in Eatonville

    Man Charged with Murder of Mother

    See More Here

 



 Swanson Field Airport Dispute Heats Up:

The Adams Family Speaks Out Regarding Fate of Airport
Read Their Opinions Here

     Airport aerial photo taken by Bob Walter in 2014- plane piloted by  Steve Van Cleve. The buildings on the right are hangers built years ago. According to the Federal Aviation Administration. (FAA) the hangers are too high for an airport according to the Federal Aviation Regulations ( FARs), rules prescribed by the Federal Aviation Administration governing all aviation activities in the United States. The hangers now have small red lights on the corners as a warning to pilots.

For More About the Airport Please See October 23 and 9 Council Reports Here



Your Moment of Beauty

      November 6, 2017: We bought this tree when it was so small Bob had to put a fence around it to protect from the deer in our neighborhood. They really, really were drawn to it like kids to candy. We have watched it grow until it became magnificent. Here it is in all its fall glory.
      Lucy Larcum said it well in her poem Plant a Tree, "He who plants a tree plants a hope..." We believe she's right.

Moment of Beauty Gone Until Spring

     And here it is prepared for winter, bare and sleeping until spring. The tree was more prepared for this unexpected and heavy snow last weekend. (photos by Bob Walter)



Sweet! New Business
Opens Downtown
Photos and Story by Bob Walter

More Photos and Story Here

 

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James Schrimpsher  253.606.5821

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