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Serving the people of Medical Lake, Airway Heights and the West Plains /ndepend A Special Weekly Supplement to the Cheney Free Press Inside Founder's Day update. Page 2 Lakeland, Blair Elementary to share... Page 3 Entertainment Guide .. page 8 ill Thursday, June 6, 1985 question may be answered 0 e Court expected Dy son State Supreme Court to deliver a decision on the of recall charges brought last three members of the Medical Board, a Spokane attorney ?. J. Powell, attorney for the Citizens for Medical Lake the nine-member Supreme argue the issue June 11 and could be expected within a board Directors Merle Barr, and Sharon Morasch at the trio Superior Court Judge Bruce Yakima County upheld allega- board members met in a June 26 school board "discussed an agenda item to vote in opposition to the He also allowed a charge alleging that he "broke of the beard" Sept. 10 by Court is expected the recall issue June 11, to Spokane attorney Powell. to a citizen the confidential which had gone into the for hiring a superinten- ruled uperintendent.- that other charges the trio did not meet the standard for recall, committing an act of or misfeasance" or being in of office. and Morasch appealed s decision Nov. 2. law, the Supreme Court to accept the case and was days from the filing of appeal the case. Such review is m a recall attempt against when an appeal is sought. Court lets the charges Concerned Citizens for Medical 180 days with a deadline s prior to the next to collect the necessary signatures to force a recall of signatures equal to 35 Votes cast for all the running for the office in the last election must be order to qualify the recall for that would be 542 signatures; 459 and for Teaford, 315. Students in Mike Peterson's sailboardtng class at Eastern Washington University take to the water at Silver Lake for practice sessions and a lot of good, clean fun, twice a week. Senate bill good news for Parkwest A bill allowing sports facilities to be included in the category of industrial development facilities may spark a glim- mer of hope for developers of the proposed Parkwest golf course and indus- trial park. Senate Bill 4115, approved during the regular session of the 49th Legislature, may make it possible for Parkwest to be constructed if it qualifies under industrial development bend legislation. '*(Through the passage of this bill) the game may change, but the players will be the same," said Parkwest Development's Vice President Jim Delegans. Delegans, who for the past five years has sought support for construction of the 18-hole golf course and 900-acre industrial park, said his fwm is researching the language of the bill, which "appears to be a way to finance" construction. Delegans met last week with Medical Lake city officials to discuss new tactics for getting the project off the ground. According to the developer, the main question seems to be addressing possible negative cash flow in the first few years of operation. He said he will continue to look to local municipalities, including Medical Lake, Airway Heights and Cheney as well as the Spokane County Commissioners for support and involvement. Delegans added that two of the most significant long-term goals for local com- munitites would be the establishment of a quality tax base and community involve- ment. "We have to have some public support," he added. Snow charged on felony, count Tom Snow, 42, of Medical Lake, was charged May 30 with indecent liberties conducted with a child under the age of 14, Medical Lake police officials reported. Arrested May 22 and booked into Spokane County/City Jail, Snow was detained on a probation hold until formal charges were filed by Medical Lake police according to Lt. Chuck Crawford. The name of the complaintant is being with- held. As of June 3, Snow was being held on a $10,000 bail. Indecent liberties is a Class B felony punishable by not more than 10 years in prison or not more than $10,000 in fines, Crawford said. Snow made his first appearance in Spokane County Superior Court May 28 where he was advised of his rights. Deputy Prosecutor Phillip J. "Dutch" Wetzel said no arraignment date has been set. Snow, owner of Tom's Cycle and Small Engine Repair Shop in Medical Lake, was found not guilty of a charge of indecent liberties in 1980, according to the prosecu- tor's office.