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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY~ JUNE 3, 2009 • C5 ++ ++ + ++ '1++' +i .... TAT FOR HUMANITY AT IS- of the following bases: (a) the attle WA 98104. Potential ob- ;AQUAH HIGHLANDS - DI- certification was not executed jectors should contact Depart- IISION 95, for the purpose of by the Certifying Officer of the ment of Housing and Urban )ROVIDING 10 AFFORDA- CITY OF ISSAQUAH; (b) the Development, CPD to verify }LE HOUSING UNITS AS CITY OF ISSAQUAH has the actual last day of the oh- ;LUSTERED SINGLE-FAMI- omitted a step or failed to jectien period. .Y ATTACHED DUPLEXES make a decision or finding re- )N A .56 ACRE SITE IN IS- quired by HUD regulations at Published in The Issaquab ;AQUAH HIGHLANDS• THE 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant PresseR6/03/09 "STIMATED TOTAL COST recipient has incurred costs )F PROJECT IS $2,941,500. not authorized by 24 CFR Part "HE PROJECT IS LOCATED 58 before approval of a re- )FF NE MAGNOLIA STREET lease of funds by HUD; or (d) N ISSAQUAH HIGHLANDS. another Federal agency acting TO pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 FINDING OF NO has submitted a written finding SIGNIFICANT IMPACT that the project i& unsatisfacto- ADVETISE ry from the standpoint of envi- "he CITY OF ISSAQUAH 'has ronmental quality• Objections USE let•trained that the project will must be prepared and submit- lave no significant impact on ted in accordance with the re- CLASSIFIEDS he human environment, quired procedures (24 CFR "herefore, an Environmental Part 58) and shall be ad- 392-6434 mpact Statement under the dressed to Department of 4ational Environmental Policy Housing and Urban Develop-Ext. 222 ~,ct (NEPA) of 1969 is not re- sent, CPD at 909 1st Ave. Se- luired. Additional project infer- nation is contained in the En- ,ironmental Review Record ERR) on file at THE CITY OF SSAQUAH AT 1775 - 12TH kVENUE NW ISSAQUAH and nay be examined or copied weekdays, 8A.M. to 5 P.M. PUBLIC COMMENTS kny individual, group, or agen- ;y disagreeing with this deter- nination or wishing to com- nent on the project may sub- nit written comments to the ~IAJOR DEVELOPMENT RE- flEW TEAM AT THE CITY OF SSAQUAH. All comments re- leived by June 19th, 2009 will )e considered by the CITY OF SSAQUAH prior to submis- ;ion of a request for release of unds. Comments should ;pecify which Notice they are lddressing. RELr~ASE OF FUNDS the CITY OF ISSAQUAH cer- ifies to Department of Hous- ng and Urban Development, .%PD that KEITH NIVEN, AICP n HIS capacity as PROGRAM dANAGER OF THE MAJOR )EVELOPMENT REVIEW rEAM OF THE CITY OF IS- ~AQUAH consents to accept he jurisdiction of the Federal :',ourts if an action Es brought o enforce responsibilities in elation to the environmental eview process and that these esponsibilities have been sat- stied. HUD'S acceptance of he certification satisfies its re- ;ponsibilities under NEPA and dlows the HABITAT FOR HU- dANITY AT ISSAQUAH -IIGHLANDS - DIVISION 95 o use Program funds. OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS -IUD will accept objections to ts release of funds and the .31TY OF ISSAQUAH'S certifi- ;ation for a period of fifteen Jays following the anticipated ;ubmission date or its actual eceipt of the request (which- war is later) only if it is on one ADVERTISINGT We've got the lowest rates in town! $18.00 for 10 words, 35¢ for each extra Word in one insertion in one publication• Call 392-6434 • Ext. 222 IS IN THE CLASSIFIEDS . :.!; ..._ Add Sammamish Review .classifleds only $12 extra Deadl ne: Monday, 3pm THE GREAT AMERICAN The Issaquah Press makes it easy and fun with our GARAGE SALE PACKAGE which includes all the basics for success: • A 2 5 word ad in The Issaquah Press • Placement on issaquahpress.com • Location listing on our garage sale map Classified Advertising • 425-392-6434 ext. 222 • classifieds@isspress.com Sudoku 6 8 1 7 3 1 6 4 3 1 4 7 7 4 3 2 6 4 8 9 7 8 2 1 CROSSWORD PU LE L , i i mml = i BII l m I I +',5 r , ' , ! | Snoozes 1 S~warzKo~, tot" ~fftOrt 5 8~t t~s~ ot ~¢~ht 2 Mestca~ n~mt:~v: tO, Suffix for ~hyrae e;~ pun 3 ttem t~t is wider st the 14 Cno~c,~e ta~ ~t~ t~rtl~m thaP£ st t~ top t5 eortUdden a Doing mathematics 16+ Existed 5 Horse's p~ac~ t7 lO0dir~ers 6 Avatars 18 F~ght site 7 Pcesidenhat n~cknam~ 19 Ooent 8.MoDo~aid 20. 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Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E., prior to 7:48 p.m. May 20. The loss is estimated at $70. Sticks and stones A woman told police she was being called names in the 100 block of West Sunset Way at 8:44 p.m. May 20. An officer told her it was not illegal to call someone names, and that she should consider a restraining order if she felt she was being harassed. The woman said she would. Unsafe war A window was damaged and a GPS unit was stolen from a Toyota Highlander parked at Safeway, 735 N.W. Gilman Blvd., prior to 10:58 p.m. May 20. The loss is estimated at $500. Somebo@'s watching me A woman in the 300 block of Shangri-la Way Northwest misdialed 911 at 4:23 a.m. May 21. The woman told officers she is paranoid and sleeps with a phone in her hand. She accidentally dialed 911. Dead as a doornail A woman said three children broke a dead end sign on Southeast 30th Street at 9 p.m. May 22. She told police she heard a loud snapping sound, then looked out the window and saw three children flee on scoot- ers. The loss is estimated at $100. Two tickets to paradise A man said his debit card was used for more than $2,000 worth of frights and other charges. He said his card was used to pay for nine transactions with Continental Airlines, totaling $798, and three other transactions totaling $1,211. He said his bank is investigating the transactions. Dear d/a,y A window was damaged and a diary and paperwork were stolen from a car parked along 262nd Avenue Southeast prior to 11 a.m. May 9. The loss is estimated at $400. Something stinks A diaper bag, an iPod, CDs, DVDs and Wit games were stolen from an unlocked car parked along 268th Place Southeast prior to 7 a.m. May 10. The loss is estimated at $2,760. Eastside Fire & Rescue reports for June 3 At 6:50 a.m. May 25, two units from Station 83 re- sponded to a minor flooding call at 248th Avenue South- east and Southeast 37th Place. At 7:47 a.m. May 25, five units from Station 72 re- sponded to a cardiac arrest at Northwest Talus Drive and Northwest Osprey Lane. At 9:03 p.m. May 25, a unit from Station 76 re- sponded to a reported smell of natural gas in the area of 229th Avenue Southeast. At 8:50 a.m. May 26, a unit from Station 71 re- sponded to a gas spill at Front Street North and Northwest Juniper Street. At 7:34 a.m. May 29, three units from Station 75 re- sponded to a motor vehicle accident on westbound Inter- state 90 at West Lake Sam- mamish Parkway Southeast. At 8:56 a.m. on May 29, three units from Station 83 responded to a motor vehicle accident at Southeast Kla- hanie Boulevard and South- east 44th Street. At 11:45 a.m. May 30, a unit from Station 71 re- sponded to a minor flooding call at 224th Avenue South- east and Seventh Avenue Northwest. At 5:37 a.m. May 30, four units and a chaplain from Station 71 responded to a cardiac arrest at Fifth Avenue Southeast and Sixth Avenue Southeast. At 4:38 p.m. May 30, six units from Station 83 re- sponded to a residential fire at 258th and 259th avenues southeast. At 4:57 p.m. May 30, two units and an investigator from Station 83 responded to a brush fire at Southeast 18th Street and Southeast 22nd Way. At 12:29 p.m. May 31, a unit from Station 81 re- sponded to a vehicle fire at Southeast Eighth Street and East Lake Sammamish Shore Lane Southeast. press charges, but wanted the money. The bartender believed the people left without realizing they had forgotten to pay. Magic bus Just the fax A driver was arrested at 3:39 a.m. May 22 for driving under the influ- ence. During the traffic stop, officers interviewed three passengers in the car, which smelled of marijuana. Officers discovered a pipe and 14 oxycontin tablets during a search of the vehicle. Wackr wind[all A woman advertising a room for rent was mailed fraudulent checks from a potential renter in Florida. Though the woman wanted $1,600 for the first and last months' rent, the person sent $3,800, saying the addi- tional money would go toward paying for a car. The woman discovered May 20 that the check was fraudulent and her bank took $3,800 from her account to cover the loss. Indiscretion A woman said her private property sign had been moved and placed on her neighbor's porch in the 700 block of Second Avenue Northwest. She asked an officer to arrest her neigh- bor at 11:15 a.m. May 22; the officer declined. An employee at Washington Mutual, 1195 N.W. Gilman Blvd., was attempt- ing to send a fax at 8:46 a.m. May 23 where he or she misdialed 911. Pop top A convertible top was damaged and a gearshift was stolen from a Honda $2000 parked at Evergreen Ford, 1500 18th Ave. N.W., prior to 9:16 a.m. May 23. Safe-cracking A lockbox, day planner and a purse were stolen from a Mercedes-Benz parked at Fred Meyer, 6100 E. Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E., prior to 10:07 a.m. May 24. The loss is esti- mated at $2,210. Driving under the influence A 20-year-old Kent woman, Laura E. Vetter, was arrested for driving under the influence near the intersection of Front Street North and Northwest Gilman Boulevard at 2:48 p.m. May 25. Her blood alcohol level read .125 per- cent and .132 percent. The legal limit for those under 21 is .02 percent. Celebrity_ skin Pumped up Employees at Hilton Garden Inn, 1800 N.W. Gilman Blvd., said photog- raphers were trespassing in the park- ing lot as they tried to get a shot of a notable person staying at the hotel at 4 p.m. May 22. Drug possession A 44-year-old Issaquah man was arrested for possession of marijuana during a traffic stop at the intersec- tion of East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast and Southeast 43rd Way at 4:57 p.m. May 22. Three people ran up a $250 tab at Joker Pub & Grill, 5614 E. Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E., prior to 12:37 a.m. May 23 and then left with- out paying. A bartender told police the establishment did not want to A person complained about noise at Issaquah High School, 700 Second Ave., at 6:02 p.m. May 25. The caller wanted to know if the music was coming from a school-sanctioned event. An officer contacted the lacrosse coach, who said the team was conducting practice. The music was turned down. DirO/ deed A couple engaging in a sex act at the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride, 1755 Highlands Drive N.E., at 6:26 p.m. May 25 managed to elude police -- for a few moments at least. An offi- cer caught up with the people a few intersections from the park & ride and warned them about their actions on private property. Police blotter information comes directly from local police reports.