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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 3, 1989 - Page 5 eels hold off for now tential impacts caused by 75 houses planned for Klahanie East. Similar requests were also filed with the cities of Issaquah and Bellevue for de- velopments in those areas and within the school dis- trict. Superintendent Kateri Brow now says those request may have been premature, since the district agreed to participate in the school mitigation study now under- way by the county and sev- eral school districts. m 00kJTO (i by Linda Thielke Issaquah School Dis- holding off on plans for specific monetary for new housing deciding it is prudent to wait until a study on the issue can a letter to King County and Land Develop- Division (BALD) dated 20, Assistant Superin- Noel requested mitigation from for the po- PARTS ET SERVICE HONDA TOYOTA SUBARU MAZDA NISSAN Providing Authorized Experienced Quality Guaranteed Service Care For Your Automobile 271-7674 4233 NE Sunset Blvd., Renton Highlands Renton, WA 98056 /i  ii II "- nl " FULL SERVICE COLLISION REPAIR SPECIALISTS "We Do It All and We Do It Right!" CAR VICE A division of: Unibody Repair ATLAS Equipment Collision Centers 220 N.E. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah West of Boehm&apos;s Candies 392.0101 I \\; 'i , \\; \\; Great Savings &',,,7 Values on Custom I Wheels .._J " on developer mitigations "We are part of a process. We are committed to that process, and we don't want to get ahead of that process," said Brow. "You can't be part of the process and then be working your own deals out- side of the process." She is also concerned about the legality of the dis- trict requesting monetary mitigations. That is one of the major items the commit- tee is yet to research. Brow stressed that the idea of monetary mitigations is only "on hold," and the dis- trict will still be seeking the kind of mitigations it has been receiving for several years. "This is not to say we will not continue to seek mitiga- tions of land for school buildings, safer walking routes for students, bus turnouts and traffic controls," mitigations are not dead-- just on hold." Brow said she decided the new mitigation plan was a case of the administration "getting a little ahead of it- self." She says her decision to put things on the back burner was not influenced by developers. She said she has not talked to any developers since monetary plan was broached. Brow and Noel say while they may pursue the mone- tary mitigations at a future date, they have since realized that they cannot get any more mandatory mitigations from Klahanie development. When Lowe Enterprises do- nated 32 acres of land for schools in 1986, the district signed an agreement pre- cluding any further miti- gations. Noel had overlooked that clause in making his original request to the Noel, who is serving on the mitigation study com- mittee, estimates that its work may be completed by December 1989. He and Brow say that between now and then, the Issaquah administrators will continue to work with developers to identify currently-acceptable mitigations. The administration will also work with the school board to educate residents of the district about the impacts of rapid growth on the school system. At its April 26 meeting, several board members ex- pressed concern that the community is perceiving the growth issue as a "plateau problem." Bill McGlashan said the .board needed to give the presentation it gave to the county council to more members of the community, and that could best be done Tom McLaughlin said such reporting to their con- stituents needs to be broader based. "If we are going to do this kind of dog and pony show, we've got to get to larger groups," said McGlashan. McLaughlin said it is im- portant that people in the south end realize how growth in other parts of the district, and close to their own neighborhoods, will affect them. The first such community meeting will be held Thurs- day, May 4 at Challenger Elementary at 7 p.m. It is open to residents in the Challenger and Sunny Hills areas. Meetings for other ar- eas of the district are in the works. The board's presentation to the county council has gained it notoriety beyond the boundaries of the school dis- I>ublic hearing set for county solid waste plan The King County Solid Waste Division will conduct two public hearings on Monday, May 8 in Bellevue and a third hearing Wednes- day, May 10 in Des Moines to gather comments on a draft plan that details steps the county and participating cities should take to reduce the amount of garbage being disposed. The Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan, which has been available for public review at area libraries since March, identifies waste reduction/recycling as the primary means of reducing solid waste in King County. Specific activities called for in the plan include curbside recycling, a variety of neigh- borhood yard waste and corn- posting programs and. recy- Various impacts examined in the EIS focused on solid waste collection activities, illegal dumping, land- fill/disposal facility devel- opment, waste processing and transfer station facility development and operation, and impacts associated with handling special waste. Residents are invited to comment on the draft com- prehensive plan and EIS at the following hearings: Monday, May 8, 2 p.m., King County Building and Land Development, Hearing Room #1, 3600 136th Place SE, Bellevue. Monday, May 8, 7 p.m., King County Building and Land Development, Hearing Room #1, 3600 136th Place SE, Bellevue. Wednesday, May 10, 7 p.m., Des Moines City Hall, City Council Chamber, 21630 llth Avenue South, Des Moines. Written comments will also be accepted, and should be forwarded no later than June 1 to Rod Hansen, Man- ager, Solid Waste Division, 450 King County Adminis- tration Building, 500 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104. Following the public re- view period, a final solid waste plan will be developed, with formal adoption by cities and the King County Council expected in early 1990. For more information, contact Jackie Krolopp Kirn at 296-4406. ll[I II 111 IXl[ IlXXXIllI IX X II llllI]l she said. "And the monetary county. Ninlendd ENTERTAINMENT SYSTE MS AND GAME PACKS CONTROL DECKS Power Pad ............ s79.99 Action Set ......... s109.99 Power Set ......... S149.99  l/BBBBi BIGGEST SUPPLY OF GAMES IN ISSAQUAH John Elway's Quarterback Tecmo Bowl  Skate or Die  Operation Wolf The Adventures of Link . Sesame Street 1,2,3 **' Simon's Quest "' Dragon Power I Join our Nintendo Fun Club, get: I 5% Off All Nintendo Games & Accessories I --'x through school-based meet- trict, as well. McLaughlin ings. has been invited to be the cling assistance to apartment Atthe invitation of the keynote speaker at a sympo- owners and businesses. :(/' F Beaver and Pine Lake com- slum of schools and growth The plan identifies similar : RESTAURANT. ASANO'S munity clubs, board mem- hosted by the joint commit- responsibilities to, be carried : bers made such a presentation tee on Monday, May 8 in out by cities that are part of N LOUNGE & FORMAL DINING ROOM in April. But McGlashan and Bellevue. N MASSAGE THERAPY "Making us more fully whole in health and more relaxed in mind and body..." Reduces muscle tension & soreness Reduces the effects of stress on the body Increases circulation $500 Off First Visit Susan Barnett Licensed Massage Therapist 392-8745 Pine Lake Plateau Gift Certificates Available BEFORE YOU REMODEL NAIL DOWN A FIRST CLASS LOAN With our home equity loan, there's 24. hour loan approval and no appraisal fee. Which means you save both time and money. 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