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From Feb. 6, 2007 to Jan. 6, 2008, Castro was an Individual Augmentee serving at Camp Bucca in Iraq, and he was one of four IAs are from Naval Station Everett to be honored at the luncheon.
An IA is a U.S. military member assigned to to fill in for, or augment, members of other units. IAs assigned individually, rather than as part of a larger group, such as a brigade, battalion or company, and have been used to fill shortages or meet requirements for individuals with specialized knowledge or skill sets. As a result, IAs can be assigned to work with branches of service other than their own, and many have been used in Iraq.LEGALNOTICES
The county announced a public hearing will begin April 30 to review proposed changes in its comprehensive plan.
The amendments that impact residents in the Arlington area include four ordinances. Three of them have to do with gravel resources.NEWSBRIEFS
North County Regional Fire Authority has announced that Proposition No. 2, requesting an increase in property taxes to restore the emergency medical services levy to 50 cents per $1,000 of assessed valuation, will run on the May ballot, along with the proposed bond to pay for a new library in Arlington.
Prop. 2 asks residents of North County Fire/EMS, formerly knows as Fire Districts No. 14 in Warm Beach and No. 18 in Bryant to restore the emergency medical services levy to 50 cents per $1,000 assessed valuation the same rate approved by voters a few years ago.Benches for bus stops
Senior Marcus Dolan placed first in the 200, earning a personal record of 22.83. Junior Kellen Botten had an excellent race in the 100, with first place and a personal record of 11.52. Not only did Dolan and Botten take first in their individual events, they were also on the winning team of the 4 x 100 relay with Brandon Gunter and Bryan Mack. The team had a time of 44.15, owed in part to their smooth hand-offs.
Distance also went well for the boys. Paul Simbeck placed first in the 1,600 (4:46.16) and second in the 3,200 (10:33.70), while Luke Passalacqua took a close second in the 800 with a personal record of 2:03.02, less than two seconds behind the first-place finisher.