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much pavement on the Salmon Hatchery, say city officials. developers must submit form' EIS for expansion Rhoda Donkin environemnt," concluded according to City Permit who want to Hoppler. Coordinator Colin Quinn. size of the Hi-Lo Racer argued that recent "This is why we want an 2enter appealed to state legislation updating the EIS on the project. It will at its May 2 state's environmental laws force them to offer alter- to reverse a decision directed city governments to natives which have not yet month requiring change the test for imposing been seen," said Quinn. Submit an En- the EIS process on Impact State- developers. He also argued The council voted to that under the new legisla- uphold Hoppler's decision economic hardships Lion, the City Council had that an EIS on the project be OWners, Steve the right to limit the scope of submitted to the city, but and property the study, then amended it to include the Hi-Lo Center, Environmental Impact thelangauge of the new state delays in Statements have a reputation environmental guidelines. As aping the future for being costly and very time a result, Gilman Square EIS Square" there consuming for developers, will be more specific than is :ause "irreparable requiring public hearings and typical of those documents, and would even- detailed analyses of each and, says property owner Dr. to the demise of aspect of a proposal. Dwayne Briscoe, that was ex- Developers of Gilman actly what the developers City En- Square have already ap- were after. ntal Coordinator peared numerous times "We wanted the city to decided the before the former Design narrow down what we had to needed more than a Commission with pre- do and allow us to use environmental check liminary plans, none of previous studies," said Bris- ordered a full- which have been submitted COB. "I'm glad they let us do L At the meeting formally for city record, it." she listed her Why, including the MiSS' H -Issa"uak luncheon Proximity to Issa- and potential tickets available it's 92 per- surfaces, Water supply for hazardous around the traffic problems Tickets for Miss lssaquah Daniela Erhardt and her first Scholarship Fund spring lun- runner-up, Miss Burien, Miss cheon Sahalee Country Club King County East and Miss May 17 can be obtained Kent. ble pollur through the Issaquah Press, r*= ]on of Eastside Realty, Sassy Shop, A special guest appearance "- Jean Drake Apparel, or by will be made by Miss Wash- rethe project will calling 392-5476. ington, Monica Hard..All man a rood ] n rls w II resent a talent th ^ . erate Models for the fash'o g" i p quality of the show will be Miss Issaquah, selection. Directory of . Physicians and Dent,sts OUNSELORS Homer Perkins iltephenson Holmes, M;., P.S. General dentistry UW!dual and Family Psychiatry 206 Front Street N 2-'L'u Lake Dental-Medical Center Issaquah 392.3744 "27 S.E. 29th Street SSaquah392.8213 WINE & BEER bENTISTS Jay I). Decker Orthodontics for adults and Children 731 S.E. 29th Issaquah 454-6522 Ronald j Fasano Orthodontics for adults and children 125 Front Street S. Issaquah 392-7533 Blrry A. Fader amily dentist Front Street S. Issaquah 392-7541 RObert . Folkman General dentistry g0-Sth Ave. N.W. Issaquah 392.5602 taven C H=rro F p 971Y dentistry bth Avenue N.W. SSaquah 392-4600 'e 0" Lloyd neral dentistry I1.,_ N'W' Alder Place, Suite D aaquah 392-6455 Edwin W. Mitchell ;'!Y.dentistry i.. ''w. Alder Place Squab 392.1239 4etl, y W. Mitchell ;'Y dentistry rent Street S. SSaqOah 392-6466 dJqfrev L On..=. Far,.,." ..,.h PI y entistry "'" Lake ;;72"- Dental/MedicaICtr IIIL- r :$.E. 29th Street =quah 455-4222 DeWltt S. Randall Family dentistry 1350 N.W. Maple Issaquah 392-1256 Arnold R. Sims General DentistrY 208 Front Street N. Issaquah 392-5323 Charles H. Reed General dentistry 640 Front Street N.. Issaquah 392.1318 PHYSICIANS lasaquah Medical Clinic John W. Tooley, M.D. family practice Jerome L. Bushnell, M.D. family practice Mark R. jnbbusch, M.D. family practice William H. Klnnlsh, M.D. family practice Elizabeth Lehmann, M.D. family practice David Hurlbut, M.D., FACB general surgery John D. Gofman, M.D. ophthamology 640 Front St. No. 392-6486 Village Family Medical Center L.J. Greenblatt, D.O. osteopathic phys!clan & surgeon 385 Front St. No. 392-8445 The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 4, 1983 - Page 9 Hatchery should not have been pave00 I, says city by Rhode Donkin Major renovations at the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery have just been completed, but officials at City Hall claim the State Department of Fisheries went too far. Senior City Planner Anna Rabago approved a shoreline permit last year for the state to build new fish rearing ponds at their present site ad- jacent to the Issaquah Creek. But according to Rabago, paving the entire area was not part of the permit. "I never saw plans for pav- ing," says Rabago. "It adds an immense amount of im- pervious surface to the creek area and that is just the kind of thing We try to prevent." Issaquah Public Works Di- rector Jack Crumley was also surprised when he saw the hatchery grounds tarred. "Maybe their plans got lost in the U.S. mail, but I never saw anything that included paving around the ponds." The $239,000 improve- ment project will increase the hatchery's fish production. The original ponds were built in 1938 and by the time the state decided to upgrade the facility last year, they were almost unusable. Deteri- orated concrete walls were leaking, and the hatchery pollution control system was badly out of date. But ironically, says Rabago, while they have im- proved salmon production in their artificial ponds, they have damaged natural spawning areas right near by. "Pavement along the banks of the creek kills habitat which feed salmon," she said, adding shoreline management is designed to protect salmon production in the creek. Russell Webb, Chief of Engineers for the State Fisheries Department, says he thought the city knew about the state's plans to pave. He says paving is almost always part of such improvements because gravel falling into ponds damages other city officials are fish fry. discussing what other "I was under the impres- measures they might take sion the city understood because of the violation. that,"said Webb. Rabago says she might re- Rabago has asked the quire part of the pavement department to apply for an along the creek be rolled after-the-fact permit and back or that extra landscap- ing be planted to increase vegetation for insect and animal life. Webb said in response to the city's letter, "if there was a violation of the permt we will correct it." Clark students walk for par course funds Students from Clark Elementary will be walking for dollars on Saturday, May 14, in an effort to raise the final $2500 needed to com- plete the school's par course exercise path. The course, which will consist of a jogg- ing trail with various exercise stations, will be located on the school playground and will be open to the public. Beginning in early May, Clark students will be can- vassing their neighborhoods soliciting pledges for each mile walked. Prizes donated by area merchants will be awarded for the most pledges raised and the most miles walked. Last year's Walk-A-Then brought in over $2000 to pur- chase the required instruction signs for the course. This year's event should provide sufficient monies to purchase necessary equipment for completion of the course by early summer. Detergent Tide 171 -oz. 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