Newspaper Archive of
The Issaquah Press
Issaquah, Washington
May 6, 2009     The Issaquah Press
PAGE 15     (15 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 15     (15 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 6, 2009

Newspaper Archive of The Issaquah Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY 9 MAY 69 2009 * C5 BUSINESS BRIEFS Overlake in top five percent Overlake Hospital Medical Center has been honored as one of the recipients of the 2009 HealthGrades® Patient Safety Excellence Award TM. The top five percent of all hospitals in the U.S., 242 hospitals, were recog- nized with this award in a report issued by the leading independ- ent healthcare ratings organiza- tion. "It&apos;s kind of hke getting an Oscar in our industry," said Craig Hendrickson, president and CEO of Overlake Hospital Medical Center. "HealthGrades looks at 40 to 50 million hospital records and compares safety standards, processes and outcomes at 5,000 U.S. hospitals. We're listed as among the best for overall patient safety." Autoworks of Issaquah named top shop AAA recently recognized Autoworks of Issaquah as a AAA Top Shop. Before being eligible for a Top Shop Award, Autoworks of Issaquah met the precise stan- dards needed to be part of the AAA Approved Auto Repair net- work. For customers, AAA approval signifies guaranteed, quality service from an auto repair facility that upholds strict require- ments and offers a full range of services. Each year, AAA Washington evaluates the quality of repair work, courtesy of employees, and the shop cleanliness of each AAA Approved Auto Repair facility in Washington and northern Idaho. Measured by customer satisfac- tion surveys and feedback, the "best of the best" earn a AAA Top Shop Award. The facilities that earn this honor typically have received cus- tomer satisfaction rates close to 100 percent during the past calen- dar year. New storage facility opens in Issaquah Urban Self Storage Inc. is put- ting the final touches on Issaquah Newport Way Self Storage, a 3- story building located at 795 N.W. Juniper St. The company plans to open for regular business within the next 30 days. It will offer storage spaces from five-by-five feet up to 15 by 20 feet. For more information, go to www. urbanstorage, com. RE/MAX Integrity expands personnel In April, RE/MAX Integrity wel- comed the following real estate professionals to its Issaquah office: Nona Adams, Susie Allsup, Tara Andersson, Albert Baeza, Shauna Barnes, Rick Branchflower, Rae Anne Catron, Dorey Gibbs, Kevin Isaminger, Gina Lincoln, Geoff Mayo, Janice McNeal, Jeff Mohn, Adele Piro, Cami Price-Baker, Eric Skoglund, Amie Sprague, David Sprague and Anna Whitfield. Danielle Lyon Carson was brought on as director of opera- tions and Marti Chapman was named director of finance. Eastside Baby Comer receives award Eastside Baby Corner received the 2009 Bellevue Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit/Community Impact award at the 20th annual Eastside Business Awards lunch- eon April 29 at the Meyenbauer Center. Eastside Baby Corner, based in Issaquah, provides immediate assistance to children by supply- ing essential goods for children, ages birth to 12, through a net- work of family-assistance providers. The organization fills an average of 700 orders each week. Karen Ridlon, founder and executive director, accepted the award for EBC's commitment to making the Eastside a better place to live through its service to the children of the communi- ty. Swedish partners with Polyclinic Swedish Medical Center recent- ly signed a contract with The Polyclinic to partner with the mul- tispecialty clinic in its implemen- tation of Epic, the same electron- ic health record system that Swedish uses at its four campuses (First Hill, Cherry Hill, Ballard and Issaquah) and roughly 40 specialty and primary care clin- ics. Once Epic is available to The Polyelinic's physicians, who are all on the Swedish medical staff, it will provide them real-time access to a patient's medical history, eliminating the need to physically transfer medical records from one facility to another. 02-1607 LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF ISSAQUAH ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CONTRACT MC09-1, 2009 MAINTENANCE OVERLAY PROJECT Sealed bids will be received by the City of Issaquah in the Public Works Operations Of- rices, 670 1st Ave NE, (P.O. Box 1307), Issaquah, WA 98027-1307, until 9:00 a.m. on May 20, 2009, at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for Contract MC09-1, 2009 Maintenance Overlay Project, described as follows: a. Place pre-leveiing asphalt or reconstruct portions of the roadways as required. b. Place an overlay on top of existing pavements or recon- structed pavements. c. Grind a taper for paved ap- proaches and connections to existing roadways or entire roadways as required. d. Place and compact crushed surfacing top course or topsoil as required on roadway shoulders. e. Adjust manholes, catch ba- sins, valve boxes, monument cases and other structures to the new finished grades. f. Striping, traffic arrows, crosswalks, buttons, "C" curb- ing, etc. g. Remove and install new traffic loops where required. h. All work on Issaquah/Fall City Road must be performed between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. All work on the DBD parking lot shall be performed between the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. Plans, specifications, bid forms, and other contract documents may be examined and obtained at the Issaquah Department of Public Works Operations, 670 1st Avenue NE, Issaquah, Washington. Questions regarding this bid may be directed to the City of Issaquah Project Manager (425) 837-3470. Proposals shall be on forms included in the contract docu- ments and shall be accompa- nied by a certified check or bid bond (with an authorized sure- ty company as surety), made payable to the City of Issa- quah, in an amount not less than 5% of the amount of the bid. A non-refundable fee of $20.00 will be charged for each set of contract docu- ments. An additional $5.00 will be charged if mailing is re- quired. The City of Issaquah reserves the right to waive any irregu- larities or informalities and to reject any or all bids. No bid- der may withdraw their bid af- ter the time announced for the opening, or before the award and execution of the contract, unless the award is delayed for a period exceeding sixty- five (65) days. Bidders must comply with all applicable governmental re- quirements including but not limited to, affirmative action programs and other equal op- portunity actions as explained in the specifications. EEO/AA/Nondiscrimination against handicapped. Bret Heath, Public Works Op- erations Director Published in The lesaquah Press on 5/06/09 & 5/13/09 SUN GARDENING & LANDSCAPING WE'RE BUYING! Old COINS and CURRENCY Gold & Silver Bullion Scrap Gold Jewelry Sterling Silverware Diamonds & Gemstones Vintage Wristwatches & Early Pocket Watches Antique & Modern Firearms ***************************** Get Top Dollar for your items! STOP IN TODAY FOR OUR BUY OFFERS and Immediate cash! RARE COIN GS 1175 NW Gilman Blvd, B-16 392-0450 I Washington State Construction Contractor Law requires that all advertisers for construction related services include the contractor registration number Driveways - Parking Lots Patching - Speed Bumps Seal Coating - Crack Seal 425.454.2575 206.979.6266 LIC# BIGPAPC935KC ARE YOU LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED CLEANING HELP? Excellent references Reliable and honest at a price you can afford! 25 years experience www.ElaineGordonevans.cem Call Elaine: 425-868-5091 GRETCHEN'S CLEANING SERVICE Residential & Commercial 8 years in Business 30-Yesr Eastside Resident $10 Off 1st Time & Referrals! 425-442-2422 (Lee) HOUSE CLEANING. I have had one of my long-time cli- ents move away. rm advertis- ing to replace them. I am not a cleaning service that will place different persons in your house every week, but an indi- vidual who will listen to your wishes and strive to fulfill them. Lina, 206-730-9908, paoinsco@aol.com SPRING IS COMING, enjoy the outdoors! Let me clean your house. Connie, 425-888- 9741 White Eagle Housecleaning Services • Experience - Dependability - Quality • Licensed, Bonded, Insured * FREE ESTIMATE • Consultation with NO OBLIGATION www.whlteeaglecleaneg.com Direct: 206-314-4094 Cell: 206-229-8248 MARSHALL INC. General Contracting 30 Years of Quality Construction Smau Project  New Coa=treeffes * Remede/# marshallcontracting@ comcast.net (425) 427-6554 ucettAtlro ELCO ELECTRIC Commercial / Residential New Construction & Remodels 425-831-0400 Local since 1990 Lic. # ELCOLL*949MJ Turning Leaf  ;/:;;  ":: ..... Post Holes, excavsting/grading, rototilling, mowing, brush cutting. Owner answers all calls! SLIDING SCALE AVAIL. 425- 391-2278 .ELECTEIO26JS PAL'S ELECTRIC Master Electricians • Residential • Commercial • Industrial 425-557-9455 (Cell) 425-445-7257 www.palselectric.¢om FREE ESTIMLTES PALSEC*980QQ WOOD FENCE REPAIR Small Company Small Prices New lencing available EvanS00ree00. Professional Landscape Services Design • Build • Renovation FREE ESTIMATES Est. 1976 425-836-4643 www, evanscreek.net PRUNING & YARD SERVICES  HORTICULTURIST  Gordon Gramlin 425-392-8034 PLANT AMNESTY APPROVED eOrnamentRI Shrubs eFruit Trees •General Yard Care Lic # 6027 il SPRING CLEAN-UP SPECIAL -Yard Clean-up -Lawn Mowing -Landscape Remodel Quality & Dependable Service Call Us Today 206-453-1118 cleaning, demolition, drainage solutions DELIVERY Play Chips, gravel, rock, topsoil, bark, compost REMOVAL Railroad ties, stumps, yard waste, concrete, asphalt EXCAVATOR SERVICES Call anytime before 8:00 P.M. Free est.* EXMIKESHTOIODK Mike's Hauling & Tractor Work (425) 392-6990 www.mikeshaula ndtractor.com Weeding - Trimming - Pruning New Sod - Retaining Wall Any Kind of Yard Work 425.454.2575 206.979.6266 LIE# SUNGAL*992C3 HANQ00N Genetor 425.466.0016 ,0 , LIGHT HANDYMAN PROJECTS 25 YRS. EXPERIENCE RETIRED CONTRACTOR • Drywall Patching • • Repairs-Deck/Fence/'131e • Shelving • Garage Organizer BEN: 425-333-0002 Reasonable Rates ARMSTRONG & COMPANY LICt ARMSTC*919JP SHIR[Y gANBYMAN STEVE'S LANDSCAPING ': • Weed •Trim •PruneeBark ADVERTISING? • Retaining Wall• Rockery We've got the lowest rates in town! $18.00 for • New Sod • Paver Patio 10 words, 35¢ for each ANY TPE OF lANDSCAPING extra wordin one insertion : 425-214-3391 in one publication.Call 392-6434 LIC# STEVEGL953KZ Ext. 222 ................... i00RE E .................. ISA Certified Arborist Consultation / :. i' SAVE up to $200 with this coupon / TREE SERVIC!, tic Does not ap#y to pous booked sewices CaltTomfordetails. With Coupon * Expires 5/31/09 . 1. ', PREE1EG & REMOVAL PROFF_,SSIOALS ............... = ...... We specialize ill the fO110Wi. -- j:: ....... ! , ": " • Canopy Restoration • Cabling & Bracing • Wmd Sail Reduction • View Enhancement Fine Pruning Technical Removals • Stump Grinding • Disease & Pest Control  ,:!::o':: :: ::::::: ,: :" : :L:<::,:::;i: ::i-.  i' :: ,- !  : Iktmlgll Itit  • Interior/Exterior Painting • Carpentry & Drywall Work • Bathroom Remodels • Tile Floors/Counters/Showers • Handyman Service Fr/eag/l¢ &cdsm,/ s6c 2003 Best Pricing/References FREE ESTIMATES One Call Can Do it AII! Jeff 425-466-0127 LIC# EAS'iR *C978CQ KITCHEN ARTS Cabinetry KitcJhens • Bathrooms Home Offices •lJbrarle Entertat Centers 425-369-0302 Granite Style Epoxy Coating for Concrete Floors www.NorthwostGarageFIoors.com 206-947-4715 Residential & ommercial N, ielJrs & Replacement * Windows * Mirrors * Shower Doors . s#ts 30200 SE 79th St. Issaquah Exit 22 offI-90 (425) 392-5333 Remodding Solutions General Contracting Plumbing • Electrical All forms of Construction Over 15 years combined experience Local references 206.736.3707 206.383.7084 IAc. # YOURRS936KF PO@00PR@ Professional Services  & Products For Your Pool & Spa  425-4554854 € POOLP*I44CK TCB CARPETS INC, SALES & INSTALLATION Free In-Home Estimates & Showings Highest Quality, Lowest Prlcel Serving Sammamish Since 1995 425-478-1815 Lic # TCBCAI'982LS PAINTING INTERIOR • EXTERIOR Licensed, Bonded Since 1983 425-681-9864 UC#scancb1099ML Stevenson Roofing Specializing L n all types or roonng 425-235-7663 425-643-8562  SVERtOOTrCH PRUNING CERTIFIED ARBORIST Trees 20" or Smaller Fruit Trees Ornamental Shrubs Gordon Gramling 425-392-8034 Lic. # 602084097 FOOTHILLS WATER SYSTEMS (425)432-4248 865-510-2600 Toll free FOOTHWS948B7 Residential and commercial water system installation, maintenance & repair. ADVERTISING? We've got the lowest rates in town! $18.00 for 10 words, 35¢ for each extra wordin one insertion in one publication.Call 392-6434 Ext. 222 i C Quality i Window leaning, Inc. • Our senses include: ! i Window Cieanin8 ! Gutt Cleanin  Press are Washin I Ibis ad and receive $1S off awse! LIC#TCQUAWC981J3 lonnle's 2 POWER EQUIPMENT REPAIR Mowers, Riders, Weed Trimmers, Chain Saws 1295 Front St. So Issaquah, WA (425) 392-1373 Ionniesrepair@aol.com [ Stop HorsingAmn¢ Call Bill's Painting. Reg. #BILLSPLg26K2 425-761-7879 U Color Consulting Prompt Estimates Residential Painting Specialist U £ountry Courtesy with 25 years experience Year 'round painter with Rodda's new All Temp. exterior paint. Stay Green with Rodda's Horizon line: tow odor and low V0C (Green Seal £ertified). POLICE & FIRE Van vandalized A window was damaged on a Ford E-350 van parked in the 5000 block of Issaquah-Pine Lake Road Southeast prior to 9:32 a.m. April 27. The loss is estimated at $250. Grand slammer Food was stolen from Denny's, 720 N.W. Gilman Blvd., prior to 2:15 p.m. April 27. The loss is estimated at $26.85. Up in smoke A 39-year-old Bellevue man was arrested for theft after stealing food from Stan's B-B-Q, 58 Front St. N., at 7:50 p.m. April 27. The loss is esti- mated at $21.95. Phanna headache A window was damaged and a purse was stolen from a Chevrolet Tahoe parked at Walgreens, 6300 E. Lake Sammamish Parkway S.C., prior to 10:27 p.m. April 27. The loss is estimated at $450. What's the 411? A woman attempting to dial 411 misdialed 911 at 11:10 a.m. April 28. After dialing the number, the woman asked for information and then discon- nected. When an officer responded to the scene, she explained her mistake. Scrambled A man driving in Mountainside Drive Southwest prior to 6:16 p.m. April 28 said someone in a red Jeep Wrangler threw an egg at his vehicle. The man could not provide a tag number for the Wrangler. Location, location, location A real estate agent selling a house in the 1700 block of Northwest Gilman Boulevard said a neighbor is taking steps to prevent the sale. The agent told an officer that the neighbor told prospective buyers there is arsenic in the drinking water, bears and cougars in the area, and that the house has electrical and plumbing problems. The agent reported the problem at 8:07 p.m. April 28. Chsler bankrt A backpack, calculator, textbooks and an iPod were stolen from a Chrysler PT Cruiser parked at Costco, 1801 10th Ave. N.W., prior to 8:32 p.m. April 28. The loss is estimated at $200. Fivefinger flicks A 27-year-old Bellevue man was arrested after stealing two DVDs from Costco, 1801 10th Ave. N.W., at 8:44 p.m. April 28. The items, which were recovered, were worth $64.48. Rolled at the Rollin" Log A 26-year-old Renton woman was arrested for assault at Rollin' Log Tavern, 50 E. Sunset Way, at 12:43 a.m. April 29. Accord absconds A Honda Accord was stolen from the parking lot at Front Street Market, 80 Front St. S., prior to 4 p.m. April 29. The loss is estimated at $3,000. Drug traffic A caller said his or her 8-year-old son found a drug pipe along the trail leading from their house in the 300 block of Southwest Mount Baker Drive down to the wooded area at the west end of Southwest Clark Street. The caller and his or her son discov- ered a second pipe along the trail prior to 4:15 p.m. April 29. The caller disposed of both pipes before contact- Eastside Fire & Rescue reports for May 6 At 5:54 a.m. April 28, two units from Station 73 re- sponded to a vehicle fire at 249th Avenue Southeast and Southeast Issaquah-Fall City Road. At 5:18 p.m. April 28, two units from Station 72 re- sponded to a motor vehicle accident at 12th Avenue Northwest and Newport Way Northwest. At 2:33 p.m. April 30, four units from Station 71 re- sponded to a cardiac arrest at Southeast Clark Street and Second Avenue Southeast. At 10:11 p.m. May 1, five units and a fire investigator from Station 75 responded to a multifamily structure fire at Southeast Newport Way and Northwest Village Park Drive. At 12:17 p.m. May 2, three units from Station 72 re- sponded to a motor vehicle accident on eastbound Inter- state 90 at Front Street North. At 7:55 a.m. May 3 four units and a chaplain from Station 72 responded to a cardiac arrest at Seventh Av- enue Northwest and Newport Way Northwest. At 12:56 p.m. May 3, four units from Station 76 re- sponded to a motor vehicle accident at Southeast 132nd Way and Southeast May Val- ley Road. ing police. Lexus lurch A window was damaged and a wal- let was stolen from a Lexus GX470 parked in the 23200 block of Southeast Black Nugget Road prior to 9:46 a.m. May 1. The loss is estimat- ed at $320. A 38-year-old Issaquah woman was arrested for a drug charge in the 5200 block of 236th Place Southeast at 6:40 p.m. May 1. Dru A 21-year-old Buckley woman and a 20-year-old Buckley man were arrested for a drug charge in the 200 block of Southwest Clark Street at 7:16 p.m. May 1. Motorcle nmyhem A mirror, windshield, bumper and rear box were damaged on a Honda ST1300 motorcycle parked in the 1300 block of Northwest Mall Street prior to 1:02 a.m. May 2. The loss is estimated at more than $1,000. Garden variety Three vehicles were damaged at Hilton Garden Inn, 1800 N.W. Gilman Blvd., prior to 8:28 p.m. May 2. A win- dow and door were damaged and a wallet was stolen from a Toyota Tacoma. The loss is estimated at $900. A window was damaged and a suitcase and GPS unit were stolen from a Ford F-350. The loss is estimated at $1,000. A window was damaged and a GPS unit was stolen from a Mercedes-Benz 300E. The loss is estimated at $630. Wild child Children playing with a phone in the 2000 block of 12th Court Northeast misdialed 911 at 9:28 a.m. May 3. When an officer reached the scene, a boy said he had accidentally called police and apologized. Police blotter information comes directly from local police reports. More Info www.federalway.org or 253-835-6868