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November 22, 2018



IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON

IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WALLA WALLA

In Re the Estate of

EUGENE E. GERKEY, aka GENE E. GERKEY,

Deceased.

No. 18-4-00160-36

PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The copersonal representatives named below have been appointed as copersonal representatives of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided by RCW 11.40.070 by serving or mailing to the copersonal representatives’ attorney, at the address stated below, a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of:

(1) Thirty (30) days after the copersonal representatives served or mailed the notice to creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or

(2) Four (4) months after the date of first publication of this notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051, and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets.

Date of first publication: November 8, 2018 (anticipated)

Co-personal Representatives: Steven F. Gerkey and Edward E. Gerkey

c/o Michael E. de Grasse

Counsel for Co-personal Representatives

59 South Palouse Street

P. O. Box 494

Walla Walla, WA 99362

Walla Walla County Superior Court

Cause No .: 18-4-00160-36

___________

Steven F. Gerkey

Co-personal Representative

___________

Edward E. Gerkey

Co-personal Representative

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Board seat for geographical region 5 on the Columbia County Weed Board are available for appointment by the Columbia County Commissioners. Applicants may be required to own land or be directly involved with agriculture. All persons interested in appointment to the board and residing in the geographical area with a pending nomination, shall make a written application that includes the signatures of at least ten registered voters residing in the geographical area, supporting the nomination, to the County Noxious Weed Control Board. For more information, including geographical area boundaries, please contact the Columbia County Weed Board at 509-382-9760. Applications and supporting materials must be received by the Columbia County noxious Weed Control Board, located at 137 East Main Street, no later than November 27th, 2018.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Columbia County Weed Board hereby informs the voting public that on November 28, 2018, there will be a regularly scheduled Weed Board Meeting and Public Hearing. At said meeting the Weed Board will accept public comment in regard to the nominees for the Weed Board seat in geographical area #5. This public hearing will take place at 137 East Main Street, in Dayton, WA at 12:00 p.m.

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Files: SEPA18-028

SEPA17-028, SEPA17-029,

SEPA17-030, SEPA17-032

DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE (DNS)

Description of Proposal: Walla Walla County 2018 Comprehensive Plan and Development Regulations Periodic Update and 2018 Final Docket of Non-County UGA Amendments The proposal includes comprehensive plan and development regulations revisions associated with the periodic review and evaluation required by the Growth Management Act (RCW 36.70A.130) as well four non-County UGA amendment applications which were placed on the 2018 Final Docket.

Proponent(s):

2018 Comprehensive Plan and Development Regulations Periodic Update - Walla Walla County

Non-County UGA Amendment Applications – City of Walla Walla, City of College Place, Sheryl Cox/Walla Walla

Location of Proposal: Adoption of the 2018 Comprehensive Plan and Development Regulations Update is a non-project action under the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) and is not tied to a specific location. Adoption would affect the entirety of Walla Walla County, particularly unincorporated lands.

The four non-County UGA amendments impact the following areas:

CPA17-005/REZ17-005/ZCA17-006/SEPA17-029 – College Place #1 – 216 acres surrounding Martin Field off of W. Whitman Drive, east of Homestead Village. Range 35E, T07N, Section 34.

CPA17-006/REZ17-006/SEPA17-029 – College Place #2 – SR-125 Corridor UGA Expansion and Technical Map Corrections – 158-acres in the SR-125 corridor, all north of Old Milton Highway and west of Peppers Bridge Road. Range 35E, T06N, Sections 1-2.

CPA17-008/REZ17-008/SEPA17-032 – Walla Walla – South – 3rd and Langdon UGA Removal – 198-acres on the north side of W. Langdon Road. Yellowhawk Street is located to the north and the area is bisected by S. Third Avenue. Range 36E, T06N, Ransom Clark Donation.

CPA17-004/REZ17-004/SEPA17-028 – Sheryl Cox, Walla Walla Community College UGA Amendments – 27-acres on the easterly edge of the Walla Walla Community College; two parcels (27-acres: APN360714430006, 370714430005).

The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. The lead agency is adopting an existing environmental document, providing minor additional information and analysis as an addendum, and making a new threshold determination (DNS) under SEPA. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030 (2) (c). This decision was made after review of information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public on request.

This DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340(2)(a); the lead agency will not act on this proposal for fourteen days from the date below. Comments must be submitted by December 5, 2018 at 4:00 PM.

The Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) is based on the following environmental documents and background information:

SEPA Checklist (SEPA18-028) dated 11/16/2018

June 2018 Draft Walla Walla County Comprehensive Plan

June 2018 Draft Walla Walla County Development Regulations Amendment – includes amendments to Walla Walla County Code Title 8 (Health and Safety). Title 14 (Development Code Administration), Title 17 (Zoning), Chapter 18.08 (Critical Areas Protections) and Critical Areas Maps

Technical Memorandum: Population Projection & Allocation by Mark Daniel, The Watershed Company. January 17, 2018.

Technical Memorandum: Comprehensive Plan Gap Analysis by Mark Daniel and Tess Brandon, The Watershed Company. January 31, 2018.

Technical Memorandum: Development Regulations Gap Analysis by The Watershed Company. May 15, 2018.

Technical Memorandum: Land Capacity Analysis by The Watershed Company. May 21, 2018.

SEPA17-029/SEPA17-030 Environmental Checklist, prepared by Jon Rickard, College Place Planning Director (November 28, 2017) and additional application documents.

EPA17-032 Environmental Checklist, prepared by Elizabeth Chamberlain, City of Walla Walla Development Services Director (November 30, 2017) and additional application documents.

SEPA17-028 Environmental Checklist, prepared by Sheryl A. Cox (November 30, 2017) and additional application documents.

This DNS may be withdrawn at any time if the proposal is modified so that it is likely to have significant adverse environmental impacts (unless a non-exempt license has been issued if the proposal is a private project); if there is significant new information indicating, or on, a proposal’s probable significant adverse environmental impacts; or if the DNS was procured by misrepresentation or lack of material disclosure.

Lead Agency: Walla Walla Community Development Department (CDD)

Responsible official: Thomas Glover, AICP; Director

Address: 310 W Poplar St., Suite 200

Walla Walla, WA 99362

Phone: 509-524-2610

Email: commdev@co.walla-walla.wa.us

Issue Date: 11/21/2018

Signature: _/s/ Tom Glover Date: _11/16/2018

You may appeal this determination, in writing, to the CDD no later than fourteen days from the date of issue. You should be prepared to make specific factual objections. Contact the CDD to read or ask about the procedures for SEPA appeals and obtain details regarding submittals for appeals (including application forms and fees). Walla Walla County Code (WWCC) Chapter 14.11 outlines the County’s appeal procedure.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

WALLA WALLA COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

Public Hearing Information

The Walla Walla County Planning Commission will be holding a public hearing to discuss the 2018 Periodic Update and the Final Docket of Comprehensive Plan and Development Regulations Amendment applications which includes the following proposals.

CPA18-001 – Walla Walla County Comprehensive Plan and Development Regulations Periodic Update

Walla Walla County is nearing completion of the update to its Comprehensive Plan and development regulations, as required by RCW 36.70A. The purpose of a mandatory periodic update under the Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) is to review and, if needed, revise the plan and regulations to ensure they comply with the GMA; this differs from the annual amendment process. The updated plan would retain the existing population projections and allocations (for the cities of College Place, Prescott, Waitsburg and Walla Walla) for 2038, the next 20-year planning period. The existing population targets were adopted in 2005 and retained in 2013 for 2033; the countywide target is 71,724 which falls within the medium and high population projections from the Office of Financial Management (OFM) for 2038.

Proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendments

Proposed revisions by chapter are identified below.

Chapter 1, Introduction

• Added information about the Columbia River and Snake River.

• Added information on water availability and management, including information regarding the Walla Walla Watershed Management Partnership.

• Provided information on public participation for the 2018 update of the comprehensive plan.

Chapter 2, Critical Areas

• Updated existing conditions with information sourced from best available science.

• Added policies to incorporate best available science and gave special consideration to anadromous fisheries, as directed by the GMA.

• Added a policy and text to reflect the County’s participation in the Voluntary Stewardship Program for the protection of critical areas on agricultural lands.

Chapter 3, Shorelines

• Updated to reflect the locally adopted Shoreline Master Program, including adding a goal and policy highlighting the relationship between the comprehensive plan and the Shoreline Master Program.

Chapter 4, Housing

• Updated existing conditions to reflect recent information.

• Added a policy allowing for temporary placement of manufactured homes for medical hardships, as currently allowed under development regulations.

Chapter 5, Land Use

• Updated existing conditions to reflect recent information, including population projections and distribution.

• Removed or refined goals and policies to improve consistency with County code and implementation practices, and to increase conciseness and clarity.

• Added goals and policies for the protection of quality and quantity of ground water used for public water supplies, promotion of physical activity, citizen participation, and amendments to include the most recent Countywide Planning Policies.

Chapter 6, Rural and Resource Lands

• Updated existing conditions to reflect recent information.

• Revised goals and policies to reflect current information, to improve consistency with County code and implementation practices, and to increase conciseness and clarity.

Chapter 7, Parks and Recreation

• Added information on the Blue Mountain Regional Trails Plan.

• Removed outdated discussion of level of service.

Chapter 8, Transportation

• Updated to include changes to the transportation network and within the planning bodies that guide transportation policies and improvements.

• Revised goals and policies to be organized around the Washington Transportation Plan policy goals for clarity and consistency with other local and state-level plans.

• Added information about non-motorized transportation facilities, traffic forecast data, funding of the county road system, concurrency, and the County’s system for prioritizing transportation projects.

Chapter 9, Utilities

Updated existing conditions to reflect recent information.

Chapter 10, Capital Facilities

• Updated existing conditions to reflect recent information.

• Included current six-year capital facilities plan.

Chapter 11, Economic Development

• Updated existing conditions to reflect recent information.

• Refined policies to provide clarity.

Chapter 12, Burbank Subarea Plan

• Updated existing conditions to reflect recent information.

• Updated Burbank subarea land use designations to reflect allowed development patterns.

• Added goals and policies related to public participation and access to County services.

• Revised goals and policies to increase conciseness and clarity.

Appendices

Appendix A is a new appendix containing updated comprehensive plan maps. In the 2007 plan, maps were included at the end of each chapter. In the updated plan all the maps will be included in Appendix A. All maps were updated to include current and improved base map data. Minor improvements to formatting were also made.

Appendix B: Growth Management Act Legislative Summary and Appendix C: Public Involvement Process were updated to include new information and background.

Appendix D: 1998 Agricultural Lands Survey and Appendix H: Projects Eligible to Receive Economic Development Sales Tax Funds were not amended.

Appendices E, F and G include new transportation information including the County’s 6-Year Transportation Improvement Program and Priority Array, replacing appendices D, E, and F in the 2007 plan.

Development Regulations Amendments

Title 8 – Health and Safety

• Minor revisions to reflect current zoning districts.

Title 14 – Development Code Administration

• Updates to project noticing procedures per County staff direction.

• Changed timing of the required comprehensive plan periodic update from once every seven years to once every eight years consistent with the GMA requirements.

Title 16 - Subdivisions

• Removed outdated floodplain provision.

Title 17 - Zoning

• Added new section that includes language from County legal staff related to the Hirst decision.

• Added allowance for electric vehicle battery charging stations in non-residential and non-resource zones consistent with the GMA requirements.

• Updated definitions and associated text related to manufactured and mobile homes to reflect current usage of terms and to be consistent with Title 15.

• Updated definitions for Variance and Produce Market to be consistent with other chapters in Title 17.

• Amended cluster development buffer/setback requirements to provide clarification.

• Amended WWCC 17.18.050 – Residential density in urban growth areas to modify density waiver requirements. Two options under consideration. Option 1 would require a 5-acre minimum lot size for lots created by a density waiver. Option 2 would not require a specific minimum lot area beyond existing zoning and health requirements, but it would require that applicants clearly demonstrate how redivision at the required minimum density would not be precluded by the proposed building or lot line layout.

• Amended WWCC 17.18.070C to modify procedure for calculating buildable site area, excluding some critical areas but not all.

Title 18 - Environment

• Made updates throughout Chapter 18.08 to make it consistent with the update of the Shoreline Master Program, critical areas regulations and the GMA requirements.

• Added language to reference the applicability of the Voluntary Stewardship Program to agricultural activities.

Critical Areas Map Updates

All critical areas maps were updated to include current and improved base map data. Some new map numbers were assigned and minor improvements to formatting were also made.

• Map CA-1A (old Map 1) updated to include new Well Head Protection Area data from the Washington State Department of Health. New base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads) included.

• Map CA-1B (old Maps 7 and 7A) updated to include new base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads).

• Map CA-1C (old Maps 8 and 8A) updated to include new base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads).

• Map CA-2 (old Maps 2A and 2B) updated to include new base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads) and classify wetlands by type. Used 2018 NWI data from USFWS.

• Map CA-3 updated to include new base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads) and classify flood fringe by zone.

• Map CA-4A updated to include new base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads).

• Map CA-4B is a new map showing Seismic Design Site Class data from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, one of the sources cited in WWCC 18.08.510.

• Map CA-4C (old Map 4B) updated to include new base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads) and reclassify sloped areas in intervals of 15%.

• Map CA-4D replaces old Maps 4C and 4D and shows potential soil erosion susceptibility from NRCS soil data. Severe and Very Severe classifications are designated geologically hazardous areas per WWCC 18.08.500B(1). Current Maps 4C and 4D included information on potential wind and water erosion susceptibility which did not correspond to any critical areas designations.

• Map CA-5A (old Map 5) updated to include new base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads) and indicate required minimum riparian buffer width. No changes to buffer widths or designations. New map extent improved; shows entire County instead of only the Walla Walla/College Place area.

• Map CA-5B (old Map 6) updated to include new base map data (e.g. jurisdiction boundaries, roads) and updated PHS data (May 2018) from WDFW, and only show priority habitats and species designated by the County as fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas. Also shows three designated habitats of local importance. No changes to designations.

CPA17-005/REZ17-005/ZCA17-005 – City of College Place #1 – Martin Field UGA Removal, Re-designation, Map and Text Amendments

City of College Place Comprehensive Plan, zoning map, and zoning code amendment applications to remove 216-acres around Martin Field from the College Place urban growth area (UGA) and re-designate an additional 18-acres within the UGA from Industrial to Low Density Residential/R-96. The zoning code text amendment would also establish a new zoning district for the 216-acres: ‘Airport Development – Martin Field,’ and associated development regulations. Amend land use maps LU-1 and LU-3, the County Zoning Map, text of the Comprehensive Plan, Chapter 17.12 – Establishment of Districts, and Section 17.16.014 Permitted Uses Table.

CPA17-006/REZ17-006 – City of College Place #2 – SR-125 Corridor UGA Expansion and Technical Map Corrections

City of College Place Comprehensive Plan and zoning map amendment applications to add 158-acres in the SR-125 corridor to the College Place urban growth area (UGA) and assign low density residential and commercial land use and zoning designations. College Place has also proposed the establishment of an “Urban Reserve” of 58-acres to be “applied to an area(s) identified in the future that are suitable for industrial development. Also includes three technical map amendments for short segments of rights-of-way. Amend land use maps LU-1 and LU-3, and the County Zoning Map.

CPA17-008/REZ17-008 – City of Walla Walla – South – 3rd and Langdon UGA Removal

City of Walla Walla Comprehensive Plan and zoning map amendment applications to remove 198-acres at 3rd Avenue and Langdon Road, bounded by Yellowhawk Street on the north, from the Walla Walla urban growth area (UGA) and assign Rural Residential 5 land use and zoning designations. Amend land use maps LU-1 and LU-3, and the County Zoning Map.

CPA17-004/REZ17-004 – Sheryl Cox, Walla Walla Community College UGA Amendments

Site-specific Comprehensive Plan and zoning map amendment applications by Sheryl Cox affecting the Walla Walla urban growth area (UGA) and land on the easterly edge of the Walla Walla Community College; impacts two parcels (27-acres; APN360714430006, 370714430005). Amend land use maps LU-1 and LU-3, and the County Zoning Map to bring the properties into the UGA and change the land use and zoning to Public Reserve.

PUBLIC HEARING INFORMATION

County Public Health and Legislative Building

314 West Main Street

2nd floor - Room 213

Walla Walla, WA

December 5, 2018 at 7:00 PM

The Planning Commission, following the public hearings, will make a recommendation for each of the proposed amendments above to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) at the same meeting or on a date not yet determined. The Planning Commission will be asked to recommend that a proposed amendment be approved, approved with modifications, or denied. The process for review and recommendation of the final docket is described in Walla Walla County Code (WWCC) Sections 14.15.070 and 14.10.070 which outline the criteria for consideration. The BOCC will then review the recommendation at a public hearing, on a date not yet determined, pursuant to WWCC 14.15.070C(2) and 14.10.070C(2).

Any interested person may comment on this application, receive notice, and participate in any hearings. Persons submitting testimony may participate in the public hearing, request a copy of the final decision, and have rights to appeal the final decision. You can obtain a copy of the staff report from the Community Development Department by contacting the person listed below; the staff report will be available about one week prior to the hearing date.

Written comments regarding the all of the above proposals may be submitted prior to and at the hearing on December 5, 2018. Send written comments to the following address:

Walla Walla County Community Development Department

c/o Lauren Prentice, Principal Planner

310 W. Poplar Street, Suite 200

Walla Walla, WA 99362

commdev@co.walla-walla.wa.us

Any interested person may comment on this application, receive notice, and participate in any hearings. Persons submitting testimony may participate in the public hearing, request a copy of the final decision, and have rights to appeal the final decision. You can obtain a copy of the staff report from the Community Development Department by contacting the person listed below. The staff report will be available about one week prior to the hearing date.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: For more information regarding this meeting, please contact Tom Glover, Director, or Lauren Prentice, Principal Planner, at 509-524-2610 or commdev@co.walla-walla.wa.us.

Walla Walla County complies with ADA; reasonable accommodation provided with 3 days notice.

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Nov. 22, 2018

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON

IN AND FOR WALLA WALLA COUNTY

In re the Adoption of:

Child:

MANUEL ANGEL CISNEROS

Petitioners:

MONICA FUENTES VALENZUELA, and FERNANDO ANTIONIO VALENZUELA

And Respondent:

MANUEL CISNEROS

Case No .: 17-5-00039-8

SUMMONS ON PETITION FOR TERMINATION OF FATHER-CHILD RELATIONSHIP AND ADOPTION OF CHILD BY STEP-PARENT

To the Respondent: Manuel Cisneros

There has been filed with the Clerk of the above-named Court a Petition for Termination of Parent Child Relationship and Petition for Adoption of Child by Step-Parent and praying that the parent/child relationship between the Father, MANUEL CISNEROS, and the above-named child be terminated and that Petitioner, FERNANDO ANTONIO VALENZUELA, shall become the adoptive father of the minor child.

You are hereby summoned to appear on ______, __, 2018 at _____.m. at the Walla Walla County Superior Court, located at 315 W. Main Street, Walla Walla, Washington 99362, and defend the above entitled action, and answer the Petition of the Petitioners and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for Petitioners at the address below stated.

If you fail to do so, judgment may be rendered against you according to the request of the Petition.

The child, MANUEL ANGEL CISNEROS, was born on July 26, 2009, in Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington. The child’s natural Mother is MONICA FUENTES VALENZUELA. The child’s natural Father is MANUEL CISNEROS.

YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE HEARING MAY RESULT IN A DEFAULT ORDER PERMANENTLY TERMINATING ALL YOUR RIGHTS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED CHILD.

You are further notified that any non-consenting parent or alleged Father has a right to be represented by an attorney, and an attorney will be appointed for an indigent parent who requests an attorney.

Failure to respond to the termination action within twenty days (20) of service if served within the state or thirty days (30) if served outside of this state, will result in the termination of your parent-child relationship with respect to the child.

Failure to file a claim of paternity under chapter 26.26 RCW or to respond to the petition, within twenty days (20) of the date of service of the petition is grounds to terminate your parent-child relationship with respect to the child.

If the child is an Indian Child as defined under the Indian Child Welfare Act, 25 U.S.C. Sec. 1901 et seq., and if you acknowledge paternity of the child or if paternity of the child is established prior to the termination of the parent-child relationship, your parental rights may not be terminated unless you: 1) give valid consent to termination, or 2) your parent-child relationship is terminated involuntarily pursuant to chapter 26.33 or 13.34 RCW.

One method of filing your response and serving a copy on the Petitioners is to send them by certified mail with return receipt requested.

FILE RESPONSE WITH:

Walla Walla County Superior Court

315 W. Main Street

Walla Walla, WA 99362

PLEASE SERVE A COPY OF YOUR RESPONSE ON:

Kimberly J. Powell

ASHBY LAW PLLC

216 S. Palouse Street

Walla Walla, WA 99362

DATED this ___ day of _____, 2018

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Kimberly J. Powell WSBA No. 48774

Attorney for Petitioners

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON

IN AND FOR WALLA WALLA COUNTY

In re the Adoption of:

MANUEL ANGEL CISNEROS,

Child,

MONICA FUENTES VALENZUELA,

FERNANDO ANTONIO VALENZUELA,

Petitioners.

And

MANUEL CISNEROS,

Respondent. Case No .: 17-5-00039-8

NOTICE OF FILING OF PETITION TO TERMINATE PARENTAL RIGHTS

To: MANUEL CISNEROS, Respondent;

Please take notice that Petitioners have filed claims that pertain to your parental rights involving the child MANUEL ANGEL CISNEROS, who was born on July 26, 2009 in Walla Walla, Washington.

Pursuant to RCW 26.33.110, please note that you have the right to be represented by counsel. Counsel will be appointed for an indigent person who makes such a request,

Failure to respond to the termination action within twenty days (20) of service if served within the state or thirty days (30) if served outside of this state, will result in the termination of your parent-child relationship with respect to the child to the child.

Failure to file a claim of paternity under chapter 26.26 RCW or to respond to the petition, within twenty days (20) of the date of service of the petition is grounds to terminate your parent-child relationship with respect to the child.

If the child is an Indian Child as defined under the Indian Child Welfare Act, 25 U.S.C. Sec. 1901 et seq., and if you acknowledge paternity of the child or if paternity of the child is established prior to the termination of the parent-child relationship, your parental rights may not be terminated unless you: 1) give valid consent to termination, or 2) your parent-child relationship is terminated involuntarily pursuant to chapter 26.33 or 13.34 RCW.

DATED this 6th day of September, 2017

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Kimberly J. Powell WSBA No. 48774

Attorney for Petitioners

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File No. SUB18-024

NOTICE OF APPLICATION

The application described below has been submitted to the Walla Walla County Community Development Department (CDD).

File name/Docket #: Cochron Baldwin Short Plat/SUB18-024, CAP18-30

Application type: SHORT SUBDIVISION, CRITICAL AREAS PERMIT

Applicant/Owner: COCHRON, DANIEL D & MICHELE H

228 BALDWIN RD

WALLA WALLA WA, 99362

Project description: The applicant has proposed a 2-lot short plat subdivision for a 1.44-acre site. The site is located within the R-96 zoning district. The project site is located at approximately 228 Baldwin Road (APN 350723520119). The proposal will create two parcels of 0.44-acres and 1.0-acres. The area is located within or adjacent to the following mapped critical areas: geologically hazardous areas (seismic hazard area with moderate to high liquefaction susceptibility) and critical aquifer recharge area (ten-year time to travel).

Required Permits: **None identified

Development Regulations: WWCC Title 16 – Subdivisions; WWCC Chapter 17.18 – Development Standards – Density and Dimensions; WWCC Chapter 18.08 – Critical Area Protection

Date of application: 10/17/2018

Date determined complete: 11/1/2018

Date of notice: 11/22/2018

REVIEW PROCESS AND PUBLIC COMMENT: The decision on this application will be made by the CDD Director. The comment period for this project is fourteen (14) days from issuance of this notice; this period ends December 6, 2018. The notice of application is required by RCW 36.70B.110 and Walla Walla County Code (WWCC) 14.07.080.

To be considered as a party of record, send written comments to:

Walla Walla County Community Development Department

c/o Don Sims, Associate Planner

310 W. Poplar Street, Suite 200

Walla Walla, WA 99362

commdev@co.walla-walla.wa.us

APPEALS: The Director’s decision may be appealed by the applicant(s) or parties of record to the Walla Walla County Hearing Examiner pursuant to WWCC 14.11.010 and 14.11.030.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please contact Don Sims, Associate Planner, at 509-524-2618 or commdev@co.walla-walla.wa.us.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mayor of the City of Waitsburg filed the 2019 Preliminary Budget with the City Council and City Clerk of the City of Waitsburg on October 1, 2018 setting forth a proposed complete financial program for fiscal year 2019, specifically showing the expenditures associated with each program and sources of revenues for which each program is proposed to be financed.

NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 7:00 pm., or soon thereafter, a budget hearing for fiscal year 2019 for the City of Waitsburg will be held at Fairgrounds Lions Club Memorial Building 349 E. Street, Waitsburg, WA to discuss the proposed complete financial program for fiscal year 2019 for the City of Waitsburg.

NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 7:00 pm., or soon thereafter, in Waitsburg Fairgrounds Lions Club Memorial Building 349 E. 10th Street, Waitsburg, WA a hearing shall be held for the consideration of a proposed increase of property tax revenues for the fiscal year 2019. The proposed increase is one percent (1%) of tax revenues collected in 2018 excluding increases resulting from additional new construction, state utility value increase/decrease and any applicable refund levy.

Copies of the 2019 preliminary budget will be available to the public on November 29, 2018 for $.15/page and may be obtained by contacting the City of Waitsburg at P.O. Box 35, 147 Main Street, Waitsburg, WA, 99361 or (509) 337-6371. The preliminary budget will also be available on the City’s website (www.cityofwaitsburg.com) on November 29, 2018

All interest citizens are invited to attend the hearing and present evidence in favor or opposition of the proposals. The City of Waitsburg is required by the State of Washington to hold such a public hearing; any City Council action on the proposed 2019 budget, including a proposed tax increase, will not include a final approval of the above mentioned proposed budget until after all hearings have taken place and all testimony is given.

Dated this 19th day of November, 2018.

City Council, City of Waitsburg - By Randy Hinchliffe, City Clerk

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File No. SUB18-026

CAP18-031

NOTICE OF APPLICATION

The application described below has been submitted to the Walla Walla County Community Development Department (CDD).

File name/Docket #: Watts 2 lot Short Plat/SUB18-026, CAP18-0xx

Application type: SUBDIVISION/CRITICAL AREAS

Applicant/Owner: WATTS, TOM & BRENDA

189 CROSS CREEK RD

WALLA WALLA WA, 99362

Project description: The applicant has submitted a 2-lot short plat subdivision application for a 21.00-acre site. The site is located within the Agricultural Residential-10 (AR-10) zoning district. The parent parcel’s address is 189 Cross Creek Road (APN 350604510031). The proposal will create one cluster parcel of 2.00-acres and a resource parcel of 19.00-acres. The area is located within or adjacent to the following critical areas: geologically hazardous areas (seismic hazard areas with moderate to high liquefaction susceptibility and erosion hazard area with 15<30% slopes) and critical aquifer recharge areas (gravel aquifer).

Required Permits: **None identified

Development Regulations: WWCC Title 16 – Subdivisions; WWCC Chapter 17.18 – Development Standards – Density and Dimensions; WWCC Chapter 17-31 – Development Standards – Cluster Developments on Resource Lands; WWCC Chapter 18.08 – Critical Area Protection

Date of application: 10/30/2018

Date determined complete: 11/19/2018

Date of notice: 11/23/2018

REVIEW PROCESS AND PUBLIC COMMENT: The decision on this application will be made by the CDD Director. The comment period for this project is fourteen (14) days from issuance of this notice; this period ends December 6, 2018. The notice of application is required by RCW 36.70B.110 and Walla Walla County Code (WWCC) 14.07.080.

To be considered as a party of record send written comments to:

Walla Walla County Community Development Department

c/o Don Sims, Associate Planner

310 W. Poplar Street, Suite 200

Walla Walla, WA 99362

commdev@co.walla-walla.wa.us

APPEALS: The Director’s decision may be appealed by the applicant(s) or parties of record to the Walla Walla County Hearing Examiner pursuant to WWCC 14.11.010 and 14.11.030.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please contact Don Sims, Associate Planner, at 509-524-2618 or commdev@co.walla-walla.wa.us.

The Times

Nov. 22, 2018

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