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Page 10 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 2, 1983 New commission members Ad(mix picked, seats undecided aebble Berto The City Council approved Questions were consistent All three conceded there   Mayor A.J. Culver's says councilman Smith. Ap- were many qualified appli- s'opsrl i i'o'n downtown appointments for the newly- plicants were asked if they cants who were not chosen. Two formed Development and had any time conflicts, what Councilman Hinds said he Planning Policy Commis- ideas they had for Issaquah's thought The lssaquah Masonry, Electric and Fireplace Shop has moved to Front Street. It was located on the Renton-lssaquah Road. Partners in the business are Mike Faast, Patrick Faast, John Honnold and Ken Homer. lssaquah Waterbeds will have its grand opening in mid- March at 55 W. Sunset Way, former location of the Fatted Calf. Owner Sam Kramer and his son Sam, Jr. are longtime residents of lssaquah. The store will be the exclusive outlet for Love Life Waterbeds, and will carry mattresses, bedding and accessories. Welcome! Skipper's, Inc. has applied for a class AC license, to sell beer and wine for on-premises consumption in conjunction with food sales, at Skipper's Seafood 'N Chowder House, on the corner of Front Street and Gilman Boulevard. T. Stephenson Holmes, M.D., has opened a general psychiatry practice in the Pine Lake Dental-Medical Building. Dr. Holmes offers both family and individual counseling. Dr. Holmes is a graduate of the University of Wash- ington Medical School. He started a practice in Tukwila six years ago but eventually hopes to practice full time in his new location. He and his wife Caroline live on the Pine Lake Plateau with their two- year-old daughter and five- year-old son. T. Stephenson Holmes, M.D. On February 18, Trade International oflssaquah (formerly Ming's) was visited by the Director of Korean Development. Owner Jim Russell said his shop is the only Northwest store buying direct from the Korean government. The United States has recently risen from the 23rd to l lth most important trad- ing partner for Korea. Dave Reynolds, a Fall City resident, has opened a new East- side business called The Phone Man. He makes home service calls for repairs of privately-owned phones, adds extension jacks and converts modular hook-ups. He recently left General Telephone after four years to become an independent contractor. A minimum service call is $22.50 for 30 minutes labor. Walter Cassidy, O.D., has opened a family optometry practice in Issaquah on N.W. Gihnan Blvd. He offers necessary exams for eye disease or corrective lenses, including contacts. The of- fice space was formerly used by the lssaquah Optometry Clinic. Office hours are weekdays 9 to 5 or by appointment. Dr. Cassidy, originally from Wyoming, graduated from Pacific University in Oregon, and now lives in lssaquah. Walter Cassldy, O.D. Capital Sav;ngs, a Federal Savings and Loan Association, has become Capital Savings Bank, F.A. Capital Savings becomes the first Federal chartered mutual savings bank in the state of Washington. Evans Salon of Beauty welcomes a new stylist, Donna Dubert. Dubert worked at a Bellevue salon before joining the Evans staff. Original Ellen's has a new kitchen manager and dinner specialist. Barbara Richards started work in lssaquah on January 31 and has since prepared such dinner delights as egg- plant stuffed wth ricotta in tomato sauce, sour cream beef stew, fettuccini alfredo and chicken cordon bleu. Richards specializes in soups and sauces. Her dinner specials are avail- able every night or she will cater main courses for parties. Alpen View Properties in North Bend has a special new ser- vice available for listed homes and acreage. A new audio- visud listing system allows customers to view homes inside and out from the comfort of the sales office. Broker Tom An- tone feels this new tool will be a real asset for sales people and customers alike. Welcome back to Vivian Sauerbrey, owner of TheKitchen Cupboard in Gilman Village, who has returned from her search through the Dallas Gift Show to find more exciting chef's gadgets and accessories. Congratulations to Ernie Smith, manager of Old National Bank, oJ, his coming marriage to Robin Jordan, an employee at J.(.. Vending Co. They plan an April wedding. Sylvai !,earning Center is now open just outside the Fac- toria shopping area. Peter Evans, Jr. and James Erickson are director-uw,ters. They each have more than 25 years in the teaching fieJ. The center offers individualized programs to augment regular school. Enrichment, adult and summer programs are available. Asian's, a thrift shop in Issaquah, will be the 'strategy shopping' segment of a workshop for women on March 12. "An Affordable Image" is the title of the seminar to be presented at Bellevue Christian High School. Pre-register by calling 454-4028. Cost is $15. Fred C. Randall, a resident of lssaquah, has formed a new public accounting firm to serve the lssaquah and Bellevue area. Randall's background includes five years with national accounting firms, six years as a sole practitioner and share- holder in a local accounting firm and one year as the treasurer of a health care provider. Randall's office is located in the A.D.P. Building at 925 116th Ave.N.E. in Bellevue. sions at its February 22 meet- ing, but debate lingered over the final appointee for each commission. Three council members, Ernie Smith, Joe Peterson and Rowan Hinds, inter- viewed 30 candidates. They made recommendations to the mayor which coincided with his ideas for each of the 14 positions, except in two Cases. Seated on the Planning Policy Commission are four members of the former Plan- ning Commission: Barry Feder, Dana Pierce, Ava Frisinger and Curt KEttle. Also appointed were Chuck Barr, Jeff Grant and John Erikson, all city residents. The Development Com- mission is still one member short after the council voted not to appoint Jack Smith, the architect designing the ci- ty's new jail and police sta- tion. They did appoint former Design Commission member Lenna Grafton along with Ralph Gregory, Ran Ewart, Don McGinnis, Janet Tanaka and Jim Schmidt. The interview panel had recommended former Plan- ning Commission member Harold Winslow for a seat on the New Planning Policy Commission, but the Mayor dropped his name in favor of Stew Cogan, also a former member. After some debate the council voted down Cogan and Culver came back with his second choice, Ava Frisinger. Both Cogan and Frisinger were the most re- cent appointees to the Plan- ning Commission. The panel also recom- mended Harvey Scott as its choice for a seat on the Development Commission. Architect Jack Smith was the Mayor's choice, which the council refused to approve. The seat was left open after the mayor refused to go along with the council's idea of Scott, although his name and Dave Kingery's appear on the commission's alter- nate list, which will be given consideration for th e vacant seat. Commission recommenda- tions from the panel were made by consensus and each applicant was rated on a point system. The mayor did not sit in on the interviews. Host families needed Host families are needed for about thirty foreign ex- change students who will visit Issaquah High the weekend of March 11 and 12. The students will be in town at the end of International Week at the high school, March 7 through 11. During the week, the daily bulletin will be read in eight languages, there will be an international lunch menu, a guest speaker on global education, scavenger hunt and many other events. Families who can house an exchange student for the weekend should call lnge Freund or Cathy Davis at the high school at 392-6418. 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