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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF AUBURN
  • NWsource, CITY OF AUBURN ORDINANCE NO. 6 6 1 3 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUBURN, WASHINGTON, CREATING A NEW SECTION, 5.20.250, OF THE AUBURN CITY CODE AND AMENDING SECTIONS 1.04.060, 1.25.010, 5.20.030, 5.20.050 AND 9.22.030 OF THE AUBURN CITY CODE RELATED TO MARIJUANA RELATED BUSINESSES AND ACTIVITIES, AND IMPOSING A MORATORIUM ON MARIJUANA RELATED ACTIVITIES AS IDENTIFIED HEREWITH INTRODUCED, PASSED, APPROVED: August 15, 2016 The full text of the above Ordinance, which is summarized in this publication, will be mailed without charge to any person who requests the text thereof from the Auburn City Clerk. Published in the Seattle Times August 18, 2016. This ordinance is effective five days after publication.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF KIRKLAND
  • NWsource, CITY OF KIRKLAND NOTICE OF APPLICATION LOT 3 MEDICI-GRANGER REASONABLE USE EXCEPTION, CASE NO. SAR16-00833 NEIGHBORHOOD: NORKIRK PROPOSAL: Schuyler Tutt, the applicant, is requesting a Reasonable Use Exception for a new single family residence including front setback reduction and height increase. REVIEW PROCESS/PUBLIC COMMENT: The decision on this application will be made by Planning Director. Written comments must be received prior to 5 PM on 9/6/16. Send written comments to project planner, Sean LeRoy, 123 5th Avenue, Kirkland, WA 98033 or e-mail sleroy@kirklandwa.gov. Additional information is available at www.mybuildingpermit.com or contact the Planning and Building Department at 425.587.3600.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: KING COUNTY
  • NWsource, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ROAD SERVICES DIVISION DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE (DNS) Name of Proposal: 2016 King County Transportation Concurrency Management (TCM) Program Update to King County Code 14.70 Date of Issue: August 18, 2016 Description of Proposal: This non-project action by King County Department of Transportation, Road Services Division (Roads), is the proposed update of the TCM program by adoption of an ordinance with two map attachments to amend the transportation concurrency chapter of the King County Code (KCC 14.70). The proposed ordinance adopts a 2016 Transportation Concurrency Test Results Map and a 2016 Transportation Concurrency Travel Shed Boundary Map (attachments A and B to the ordinance, respectively), and makes procedural changes to the TCM program. The proposed ordinance with attachments is attached to this Environmental Checklist. Background: King Countys TCM program began in 1995 and is administered by Roads. The program satisfies the requirements of the Washington State 1990 Growth Management Act (GMA), Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 36.70A.070 (6), and the concurrency policies contained in the King County Comprehensive Plan. The purpose of the TCM program is to ensure the road level-of-service (LOS) standards in the King County Comprehensive Plan are achieved concurrently with development. According to the GMA, concurrent with development means that either transportation facilities or strategies are in place at the time of development, or that a financial commitment is in place to make the necessary transportation improvements or implement strategies within six years of the development. King County will only accept development applications for development in travel sheds that pass the concurrency test as shown on the Concurrency Test Results Map in effect at the time of application, or for minor developments specifically identified in KCC 14.70.285. Travel sheds are geographic areas within which development would be likely to use or be affected by traffic on arterials within the travel shed. Unincorporated King County is currently divided into 25 travel sheds. Concurrency testing evaluates travel time by roadway mileage within each travel shed. Eighty-five percent of travel shed arterial mileage must meet minimum LOS concurrency standards for the travel shed to pass the concurrency test. Through data collection, the county clearly identifies which corridors and corridor segments are the primary reason for concurrency failure within a travel shed. Based on this information, the county identifies transportation improvements needed to bring a travel shed back into compliance. King County Code 14.70.270 (6) requires performing concurrency testing in even numbered years, and submittal of a report to the County Council explaining the technical assumptions and parameters used to update the concurrency test results map. The county has utilized a number of concurrency testing methodologies and travel shed configurations throughout the last 20 years. Travel shed configurations continue to evolve as unincorporated areas of King County become incorporated or annexed into cities. 2016 TCM Program Update: The 2016 update provides a new travel shed configuration that reflects the current urban and rural nature of the unincorporated area. This new travel shed configuration, consisting of 13 travel sheds, can be easily updated in the future as the few remaining unincorporated urban areas become parts of cities consistent with the GMA and county policy. With this update, Roads proposes to revise the TCM program to make it more accurate, sensitive to local conditions, cost-effective and efficient to administer. The concurrency test results map reflects the following changes: The method of collecting and processing travel time data was streamlined and uses modernized collection methods yielding more accurate data; The travel sheds were restructured to reflect continuing annexations and to separate urban and rural areas so that they can be tested to their adopted level of service standards; and Regionally-significant state routes were removed from the testing process as the Puget Sound Regional Council Executive Board adopts the level of service standards for these routes and these standards are different from the countys standards. The concurrency test results map indicates the passage or failure of the travel sheds and is the basis of determining concurrency for both residential and nonresidential development proposals. Currently the program uses 25 travel sheds and five of those are failing the concurrency test. The 2016 program update includes a new travel shed boundary configuration consisting of 13 travel sheds, one of which is failing the concurrency test. Location of Proposal: Adoption of the TCM update is not associated with a specific site, but applies to King County as a jurisdiction. Schedule: In accordance with King County Code (KCC) 14.70.270, the King County Executive transmitted the 2016 King County TCM Program ordinance to the King County Council in July 2016. The Council is expected to act on the ordinance in late 2016 or early 2017. Proponent and Lead Agency: King County Department of Transportation, Road Services Division The lead agency for the proposal determined that it does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. A State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed SEPA environmental checklist (ECL) and other information on file with the lead agency. Copies of the ECL are available upon request. This DNS is issued under Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 197 11 340(2); the lead agency will not act on this proposal for twenty-eight (28) days from the date of issue, per WAC 197 11 502(3)(b). Comments and Appeals: Although there is no administrative appeal of this threshold DNS (King County Code 20.44.120), the county welcomes your comments. Any comments regarding this DNS must be received by 4:30 p.m. on September 1, 2016. Comments may be submitted by email (recommended), US mail, or telephone. All comments received by this deadline will be reviewed by the lead agency. If you have any questions or concerns, or require additional information, please contact the Communications Specialist listed below. Contact Person: Jim Ishimaru, Senior Transportation Planner 206-477-3623, jim.ishimaru@kingcounty.gov King Street Center Mail Stop: KSC-TR-0313 201 South Jackson Street Seattle, WA 98104-3856 (Signature) Date: August 11, 2016 SEPA Responsible Official: Brenda Bauer Position/title: Director, Road Services Division Department of Transportation

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: KING COUNTY
  • NWsource, KING COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE King County, Sarah McCarthy, 201 S Jackson St # KSC-NR-0600 Seattle, WA 98104, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecologys Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, Van Wieringen Farm Field Access Drive, is located at 45809 268th Ave SE in Enumclaw in King County. This project involves up to 1.75 acres of soil disturbance for construction activities related to repair and relocation of a farm field access drive. The receiving waterbody is Boise Creek. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecologys action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF KIRKLAND
  • NWsource, CITY OF KIRKLAND REVISED NOTICE OF APPLICATION DOCKSTADER-PETTIT SHORT PLAT, CASE NO. SUB16-01383 NEIGHBORHOOD: NORTH ROSE HILL PROPOSAL: Craig Krueger, the applicant, is requesting a Process I Short Plat Permit to divide two parcels totaling 44,186 SF into six individual parcels and provide public right-of-way dedication in the RSX 7.2 zone using the Small Lot Single-Family provisions of KMC 22.28.042. REVIEW PROCESS/PUBLIC COMMENT: The decision on this application will be made by the Planning Director. Written comments must be received prior to 5 PM on 9/6/16. Send written comments to project planner, Christian Geitz, 123 5th Avenue, Kirkland, WA 98033 or e-mail cgeitz@kirklandwa.gov. Additional information is available at www.mybuildingpermit.com or contact the Planning and Building Department at 425.587.3600.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: KING COUNTY
  • NWsource, KING COUNTY NOTICE TO PROPOSERS Proposals will be received for E00442E16, Architectural and Engineering Services for the King County Department of Public Defense Consolidation by the King County Procurement and Payables Section, 3rd Floor, 401 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104, until 12:00 PM on September 1, 2016. Estimated Total Price: $350,000 All solicitation documents are published at: https://procurement.kingcounty.gov/procurement_ovr/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fprocurement_ovr%2fdefault.aspx Contact: Ruth Williamson, 206-263-9333, ruth.williamson@kingcounty.gov or Tina Davis, 206-263-2939, tina.davis@kingcounty.gov

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF AUBURN
  • NWsource, CITY OF AUBURN ORDINANCE NO. 6 6 1 2 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUBURN, WASHINGTON, AMENDING SECTION 14.22.020 OF THE AUBURN CITY CODE RELATING TO REQUIREMENTS FOR UPDATING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN INTRODUCED, PASSED, APPROVED: August 15, 2016 The full text of the above Ordinance, which is summarized in this publication, will be mailed without charge to any person who requests the text thereof from the Auburn City Clerk. Published in the Seattle Times August 18, 2016. This ordinance is effective five days after publication.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF AUBURN
  • NWsource, CITY OF AUBURN ORDINANCE NO. 6 6 0 6 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUBURN, WASHINGTON, GRANTING TO CITY OF ENUMCLAW NATURAL GAS, A FRANCHISE FOR GAS UTILITY INTRODUCED, PASSED, APPROVED: August 15, 2016 The full text of the above Ordinance, which is summarized in this publication, will be mailed without charge to any person who requests the text thereof from the Auburn City Clerk. Published in the Seattle Times August 18, 2016. This ordinance is effective five days after publication.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF AUBURN
  • NWsource, CITY OF AUBURN REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) Marketing and Public Relations Firm Services Proposals due September 13, 2016 The City of Auburn is soliciting proposals from qualified marketing and public relations firms to provide professional services for recruitment and diversity issues as it relates to the hire of public safety personnel. Three (3) copies of the Proposal Package must be submitted on or before 5:00 pm on September 13, 2016. They can be submitted as follows: 1. Emailed to Janelle Tarasewicz at jtarasewicz@auburnwa.gov 2. Mailed or dropped off to the City of Auburn City Clerks Office, Attn: Janelle Tarasewicz, 25 West Main St, Auburn, WA 98001 Questions regarding this solicitation should be directed to Janelle Tarasewicz, Employment Manager, by email at jtarasewicz@auburnwa.gov. For specific instructions on information to include in the Proposal, refer to the section below entitled Proposal Elements. Evaluation of the Proposals and ultimate selection is identified in the section entitled Selection Process and Evaluation Criteria below. PROJECT DESCRIPTION The City of Auburn Human Resources office is responsible for the hire of Police Officers. The City is in the process of developing a formal recruitment and diversity program. The overall goal of the Citys program is to recruit, retain, and promote a qualified and diverse team of Police Officers that reflect the community in which they serve. Components of the program include targeted outreach to schools within our community, revamping the Citys hiring process for Officers, creating targeted job postings, attending recruitment fairs, establishing an internship program, and creating a recruitment video. The marketing or public relations firm would be hired to create the message and tone to help guide these efforts, as well as the marketing materials to help advertise our program and our open positions. ANTICIPATED DELIVERABLES The project deliverables are anticipated to include a marketing message and advertising campaign to increase diversity in the Citys applicant pool for the position of Police Officer. Elements in such a campaign include, but are not limited to, a recruitment video to post online, targeted job advertisements, and recruitment materials and brochures. PROPOSAL ELEMENTS Each proposal is to include the following: The Firms price quote for professional services and a detailed list of all marketing elements included in the quote A summary of the Firms general approach to the topic The Firms anticipated deadline for completing the project The name, company, and contact information for at least two (2) customer references SELECTION PROCESS AND EVALUATION CRITERIA A committee of City personnel will evaluate and rate the proposals, giving consideration to these criteria: 1. Firms approach to the topic 2. Firms experience with recruitment campaigns 3. Anticipated project deadline 4. Proposed price quote Firms selected for interview will have the opportunity to present their past experience with the recruitment of diverse candidates for public safety positions and their overall approach to the project. SELECTION SCHEDULE The Citys proposed schedule for Firm selection, subject to change, is as follows: Request for Proposals Issued: August 16, 2016 Deadline for Submittal: September 13, 2016. Must be received by 5:00 p.m. Preliminary Selection of Firms for Consideration: September 26, 2016 Firm Interviews: October 3 - 14, 2016 TERMS AND CONDITIONS The City of Auburn reserves the right to reject any and all Proposals and to waive irregularities and informalities in the submittal and evaluation process. This solicitation for professional services does not obligate the City of Auburn to pay any costs incurred by respondents in the preparation and submission of a Proposal. This solicitation does not obligate the City of Auburn to accept or contract for any expressed or implied services. Furthermore, the City of Auburn reserves the right to award the contract to the next most qualified Firm if the selected Firm does not execute a contract within thirty (30) days after the award of the proposal. Persons with disabilities may request this information be prepared and supplied in alternative forms by calling 253-931-3040. The City of Auburn does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age or handicap in consideration for a project award. Publish in the Seattle Times and Daily Journal of Commerce on Thursday, August 18, 2016

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF AUBURN
  • NWsource, CITY OF AUBURN ORDINANCE NO. 6 6 1 5 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUBURN, WASHINGTON, CREATING A NEW CHAPTER 15.20 OF THE AUBURN CITY CODE [PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE], AND NEW SECTIONS 8.12.100, 8.20.060, 8.20.070, OF THE CITY CODE AND AMENDING SECTIONS 1.25.030, 1.25.050, 1.25.065, 8.08.080, 8.12.020, 8.12.070, 8.12.080, 8.12.090, 8.20.030, 8.20.040, 8.20.050, 12.36.050 AND 15.06.010 OF THE AUBURN CITY CODE AND REPEALING SECTION 1.25.070 OF THE AUBURN CITY CODE RELATING TO NUISANCE ABATEMENT INTRODUCED, PASSED, APPROVED: August 15, 2016 The full text of the above Ordinance, which is summarized in this publication, will be mailed without charge to any person who requests the text thereof from the Auburn City Clerk. Published in the Seattle Times August 18, 2016. This ordinance is effective five days after publication.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: PUBLIC NOTICE
  • NWsource, PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Initiation of the Section 106 Process-Public Participation in accordance with the FCCs Nationwide Programmatic Agreement. Motorola Solutions, Inc. proposes to construct a self support telecommunications tower at an address TBD (Section 5, T25N, R9E), Snoqualmie, King County, WA. Parties interested in providing comment on the proposed undertaking relative to cultural resources should contact GSS, Inc., 3311 109th Street, Urbandale, IA 50322 (515) 331-2103 (GSS W16769).

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF KIRKLAND
  • NWsource, CITY OF KIRKLAND NOTICE OF APPLICATION LOT 4 MEDICI-GRANGER REASONABLE USE EXCEPTION, CASE NO. SAR16-00862 NEIGHBORHOOD: NORKIRK PROPOSAL: Schuyler Tutt, the applicant, is requesting a Reasonable Use Exception for a new single family residence including front setback reduction and height increase. REVIEW PROCESS/PUBLIC COMMENT: The decision on this application will be made by Planning Director. Written comments must be received prior to 5 PM on 9/6/16. Send written comments to project planner, Sean LeRoy, 123 5th Avenue, Kirkland, WA 98033 or e-mail sleroy@kirklandwa.gov. Additional information is available at www.mybuildingpermit.com or contact the Planning and Building Department at 425.587.3600.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF BOTHELL
  • NWsource, CITY OF BOTHELL NOTICE OF APPLICATION FINAL PLAT Issue date: August 18, 2016 End of comment period 5:00 PM on September 8, 2016 This comment period deadline is the date before which the city will not make additional or further decisions regarding this application. The City is not required to make any decision immediately following this date, but could if all necessary information is properly represented in the case file. You are welcome to submit comment after this date. In this case, the next subsequent decision or recommendation is: Recommendation on Final Plat to Hearing Examiner. Applicant/Agent: KLN Construction, Inc. 19000 33rd Ave W, Suite 200 Lynnwood, WA 98036 Hearing information, if applicable: Required, not yet scheduled. Project case number: SUB2016-08613 Project name: Sagebrook at Bothell Final Plat Project location: Addresses: 24107, 24131, 24121, 24201 Meridian Ave S; 23824 3rd Ave SE; and 209 240th St SE. Parcel Numbers: 27043600406300, 27043600409100, 27043600406200, 27043600406400, 27043600406000, 27043600411000, 27043600408900, 27043600413200, and 27043600413000. Project description: The applicant proposes to subdivide 19.55 acres into 39 single family residential lots in the R 9,600 zone with the lot sizes ranging from 8,755 square feet to 9,961 square feet. The plat has two separate locations on the north and south sides generally of 240th St SE between Meridian Ave S to the west and 3rd Ave SE to the east. The lots will take access via proposed public streets. There are 12 lots north of 240th St SE that gain access from 3rd Ave SE. There are 27 lots south of 240th St SE that gain access from Meridian Ave S. The site has critical areas and critical areas alterations have been proposed and approved. There are 8 tracts for critical areas, vehicle access, utilities, and a trail. Other permit applications pending with this application: None. Other permits approved or required, but not included with this application: Preliminary plat, grading, utilities, rights-of-way, and critical areas alteration permits. Special studies requested of the applicant at this time (RCW 36.70B.070): None. Existing documents that evaluate the impacts of the proposed project: Approved preliminary plat decision, SEPA Environmental Checklist, SEPA Determination, Critical Areas assessment and mitigation, Drainage study, Geotechnical study, Traffic study, Tree Retention Plan. Application received: July 15, 2016 Date application deemed complete: July 15, 2016 A preliminary determination of consistency has not been made at the time of this notice. The following applicable development regulations will be used for project mitigation and consistency: Bothell Municipal Code Titles: 11-Administration, 12-Zoning, 14-Environment, City of Bothell Design and Construction Standards and Specifications, Imagine Bothell...Comprehensive Plan. Every person has the right to comment on this project by submitting those comments in writing to Kris Sorensen, Planner, Email kris.sorensen@bothellwa.gov, at the Department of Community Development within the comment period identified above. Those who may wish to receive notice of and participate in any hearings, and/or request a copy of the decision once made and any appeal rights may also submit such requests to the Department of Community Development. Project files, plans and documents are available for viewing and/or copying (at the requestors cost) and are located at the Department of Community Development, Bothell City Hall, 18415 101st Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011. Please phone (425) 806-6400 and arrange a time to view these documents prior to your visitation to the Department.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF AUBURN
  • NWsource, CITY OF AUBURN ORDINANCE NO. 6 6 1 1 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUBURN, WASHINGTON, AMENDING SECTION 17.14.005 OF THE AUBURN CITY CODE, RELATING TO CIVIL PLAN PREPARATION, SUBMITTAL AND APPROVAL INTRODUCED, PASSED, APPROVED: August 15, 2016 The full text of the above Ordinance, which is summarized in this publication, will be mailed without charge to any person who requests the text thereof from the Auburn City Clerk. Published in the Seattle Times August 18, 2016. This ordinance is effective five days after publication.

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  • 08/18/16--00:00: CITY OF NEWCASTLE
  • NWsource, CITY OF NEWCASTLE Notice of Application Type II Site Plan Review Application File: Aldea at Newcastle Commons Application File Number: SITE16-002 Applicant: The Quadrant Corporation, 14725 SE 36th Street, Suite 200, Bellevue, WA 98006 City Official Contact: Camie Anderson Consulting City Planner Date Original Application Filed: 08/1/16 Date Complete Application Filed: 08/1/16 Date Determined Complete: 08/9/16 Date of Notice of Application: 08/18/16 Comment Period Ending Date: 09/8/15 at 5:00 PM Project Location: 6620 Coal Creek Parkway, Newcastle, WA 98056 / Parcel # 2724059006 Project Description: Application for Site Plan Review for proposed development on Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10 of the Newcastle Commons/Avalon Newcastle project. The proposal is for approximately 129 townhome units. The request includes a landscape modification for Lot 9 and a wall height variance to permit rockeries/walls over 30 in height located within building setbacks. This project was previously reviewed for compliance with SEPA, Development Agreement and Site Plan Review criteria (for Lots 2 6 only) under 13-PL-058/059/060. Comments must be submitted by the comment period ending date noted above to: Camie Anderson, Consulting Planner, City of Newcastle, 12835 Newcastle Way Suite 200, Newcastle, WA 98056-1316 or at canderson@shockeyplanning.com. Project application can be reviewed at City Hall. Permits requested in this application: Type II Site Plan Review, Landscape Modification Wall Variance Consistency with applicable City plans and regulations: This proposal will be reviewed for consistency with the Zoning Ordinance, Critical Areas Ordinance, Public Works Standards, Comprehensive Plan. Other permits (possibly) not included in this application: Engineering Review Permit and Building Permits. Lots 1a and 1b will require separate Site Plan Review. Information about the appeal process will be included in the Notice of Final Decision.

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    The Blade, Borjas, Reynaldo L., age 47 years, of Genoa passed away August 16, 2016. Robinson-Walker Funeral Home, Genoa. As published in The Blade.

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    The Blade, In Memoriam 8/18/83 - 12/25/04 Happy Birthday to a great son, whom I miss every day! Miss your smile and hugs! Love and kisses! Mom As published in The Blade.

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    The Blade, Revesz, Albert Jr., age 79 years, of Toledo passed away August 16, 2016. Kinsey Pavley Funeral Home. As published in The Blade.

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    The Blade, Oates, Raymond W., age 82 years, of Waldron passed away August 16, 2016. Eagle Funeral Home, Hudson. As published in The Blade.

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    The Blade, Frazier, Pauline “Pollie”, age 97 years, of Wauseon, Ohio passed away August 16, 2016. Edgar-Grisier Funeral Home, Wauseon. As published in The Blade.

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