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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 2009 * C5 City gets new Emergency System Analyst lssaquah Police Chief Paul Ay- ers announced the city has a new emergency-911 system analyst and geographic information sys- tem specialist. Tom Stoddard started with the city June 16. Stoddard started his career in Kootenai County, Idaho. Since 1993, he has been a certified in- structor and consultant for Spill- man Software, the same soft- ware Issaquah Police use. In that capacity, he traveled the country. Most recently, he was opera- tions supervisor for the Emer- gency-911 Communications Cen- ter in Island County. He also mapped their streets and struc- tures, and supervised the instal- lation and upgrades to their hardware, software and net- works. He brings more than 20 years&apos; experience to the city and will eventually relocate to the East- side. However, until then, you will see him making the two- hour commute from Island County to City Hall on his Harley Davidson Ultra Classic motorcy- cle. POLICE & FIRE Cnd///ac s tr/e A Cadillac Escalade was spray painted in the 18200 block of Northwest Montreux Drive prior to 8:10 a.m. June 27. The damage is estimated at $1,000. On demand A woman attempting to call Comcast misdialed 911 at 2:55 p.m. June 27 from the 200 block of East Sunset Way. WarGames Officers responding to a suspected domestic violence incident in the 700 block of Front Street South at 10:09 a.m. June 28 instead found 7- and 9- year-old siblings arguing about com- puter usage. Good deal A Costco employee attempted to call a customer and misdialed 911 from the warehouse, 1801 10th Ave. HEAD COACH OPENINGS for Council Meeting of July 20, Issaquah Girls Select Basket- ball. The Issaquah Girls Bas- ketball Association (IGBA) has several head coach openings for their 5th - 8th grade teams. IGBA is one of the oldest and most distinguished girls select basketball programs in the greater Seattle area. Ideal candidates will have previous basketball coaching experi- ence at a select or equally high level of play. As head coach, you will provide over- sight of all aspects relating to building, developing, and lead- ing a highly competitive select basketball team. This is a non- paid, volunteer position that begins in late August 2009 with the regular season ending in late March 2010. Please send your qualifications or basketball resume to the at- tention of Scott Foreman, Di- rector of IGBA. at dsforeman@msn.com for im- mediate consideration. 2009, which begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers located at 135 East Sunset Way, Issaquah. Anyone interested may appear at the public hearing and be heard for or against, or provide comments, regarding the pro- posed agreement. For more information, please contact Todd Chdstensen, Se- nior Engineer, at 425-837- 3449. Published in The Issaquah Press on 7/01/09 & 7/15/09 " 02-1654 LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF ISSAQUAH ISSAQUAH PLANNING POUCY COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Draft Shoreline Master Program The ,ssaquah Planning Policy ........................................... Commission will hold a Public DRIVER -- CURRENTLY HIR- Hearing on July 30, 2009 at ING Experienced Teams and 6:30 PM in the City Hall South Solos with HazMat. Dry Van & Council Chambers, 135 E. Temp Control available. O/Os Sunset Way, Issaquah, Wash- welcome. Call Covenant (866) ington to take public testimony 684-2519. EVE <w> Shoreline jurisdiction extends 200 feet landward of these wa- ters. The Draft Shoreline Master Program includes land use policies and regulations that protect the shoreline environ- ment while providing for ap- propriate water-oriented uses, single-family residential devel- INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL EXCHANGE Representative: Earn supplemental income placing and supervising high school exchange students. 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Ages 1-5. Excellent references on request. 425-391-8794 Heating/Air Conditionin Hvac Installations & SheetmetalWork Eomplete installs, duct work renovations, repairs, ductboard to metal conversions, system zoning, air quality/comfort issues. on the proposed Shoreline Master Program update. The City of Issaquah is updat- ing the Shoreline Master Pre- gram), IMC 18.10.940, to com- ply with the State shoreline guidelines• The Draft Shoreline Master Program applies to "shorelines of the state;" which includes the main stem of Isaaquah Creek, East Fork Issaquah Creek and Lake Sammamish. IN THE ISSAQUAH PRESS CLASSIFIEDS / 1 ( opment and public access. The Draft SMP includes new standards for buffers and docks on Lake Sammamish. Public review may result in changes to the proposed po- Issaquah Planning Depart- lices and regulations• ment, 1775.12th Avenue NW, The Draft Shoreline Master Issaquah WA, 425 837-3080. Program is available for review For more information, please on the City website at: contact Peter Rosen at (425) 837-3094. Written comments may be sent to Peter Rosen, Issaquah Planning Department, PO Box 1307, Iseaquah Washington *25 package Add Sammamish Review lasslfleds only $12 extra Deadline: , Monday, 3pro THE GREAT AMERICAN GAUGE SALE The lssaquah Press makes it easy and fun with our GARAGE SALE PACKAGE which includes all the basics for success: • A 25 word ad in The Issaquah Press • Placement on issaquahpress,com • Location listing on our garage sale map Classified Advertising • 425-3926434 ext. 222 • dassifieds@isspress.com http://www.ci.issaquah.wa.us/ 98027, or peterr@ci.issaauah. Page.asp?NavID=1655 wa.us pdor to the public hear- Additional information and ing. Written comments and copies are available for review public testimony may also be during business hours at the provided at the public hearing. 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An officer deter- mined a bear had opened a bag after he located a receipt in the trash with the name of the man's neighbor on it. The man said he would talk to his neighbor about locking up his trash. Softer side Tissues, lotion, a tire gauge and coins were stolen from a Mazda pick- up parked in the 600 block of Wildwood Boulevard Southwest prior to 11:54 a.m. June 29. The loss is estimated at $10. Paws here A man at XXX Rootbeer Drive-In, 98 N.E. Gilman Blvd., refused to remove his dog from the restaurant at 5:33 p.m. June 29, claiming the dog was a service animal. Officers were unable to determine if the dog was a service animal. The man told officers he was "standing up for the people who can't do it for themselves." A wallet was stolen from the 1600 block of Northwest Mall Street prior to 7:08 p.m. June 29. The loss is esti- mated at $35. Beer rut/ A 20-year-old man was arrested for resisting arrest and being in con- trol of a motor vehicle while intoxi- cated after an officer discovered him slumped over in the driver's seat of a Volkswagen near Discovery Elementary School, 2300 228th Ave. S.E., at 4:17 a.m. June 30. The driv- er refused to give his last name. He said he was not drunk, though he smelled like alcohol and there was a bottle of vodka in the passenger seat. When the officer demanded his license, the man ran away, failing three times in the process. The offi- cer called his mother, who came to pick up the vehicle. Chill out A 29-year-old Renton man was arrested for stealing a refrigerator and water cooler from Staples, 628 Front St. N., at 2:05 p.m. July 2. The items, recovered by the store, were valued at $239.98. Sharpie strikes A street sign at the corner of Southeast Eighth Place and 218th Avenue Southeast was vandalized with a black marker prior to 3:30 p.m. July 2. 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A 34-year-old Issaquah man was arrested on a King County warrant after officers found him hiding behind a garbage bin behind Las Margaritas, 59 Front St. N., during a bar check at 12:37 a.m. July 3. A window was damaged and a purse, cash and a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses were stolen from a car parked along Southeast 28th Street prior to 9:30 a.m. July 4. The loss is estimated at $615. Driving under the influence An 18-year-old Redmond woman, Adela E. Betancourt, was arrested for driving under the influence in the Eastside Fire & Rescue reports for July 15 At 3:39 a.m. July 6, five units and a chaplain from Station 81 responded to a cardiac arrest on a dead end street off East Lake Sam- mamish Parkway Southeast. At 5:52 a.m. July 6, a unit from Station 72 responded to a bark fire at Seventh Avenue Northwest and Northwest Maple Street. At 9:35 a.m. July 6, two units from Station 72 re- sponded to a motor vehicle accident on westbound Inter- state 90 at state Route 900 and Northwest Sammamish Road. At 8:52 p.m. July 6, a unit from Station 83 responded to a bark fire at Southeast 28th and Southeast 24th streets. At 9:17 p.m. July 5, two units from Station 72 re- sponded to a vehicle fire on westbound Interstate 90 at West Lake Sammamish Park- way. At 2:05 p.m. July 7, four units from Station 74 re- sponded to a brush fire at Southeast 110th Street and Southeast 111th Place. At 3:41 p.m. July 10, a unit from Station 71 responded to a gasoline spill at East Sunset Way and Southeast Andrews Street. At 1:58 p.m. July 12, seven units and a fire investigator from Station 71 responded to a multifamily structure fire at Southeast Clark Street and Second Avenue Southeast. At 6:45 p.m. July 12, two units from Station 76 re- sponded to a brush fire at Southeast 165th and South- east 164th streets. At 11:09 p.m. July 12, four lmits from Station 72 re- sponded to a motor vehicle ac- cident at Southeast 82nd Street and Northwest Talus Drive. 2000 block of Northwest Sammamish Road at 9:32 p.m. July 4. Her blood alcohol level read .124 percent and .123 percent. The legal limit for minors is .02 percent. Path to ruin A window was damaged on a Nissan Pathfinder parked in the 900 block of Fifth Avenue Northwest prior to 2:35 p.m. July 5. The loss is esti- mated at $500. Honda heist A Honda Accord was stolen from the 700 block of Front Street South prior to 6:34 p.m. July 5. The loss is estimated at $2,450. Debit danger A debit card was fraudulently used in the 300 block of West Sunset Way prior to 10:17 a.m. July 6. The loss is estimated at $56.79. Leave a message at the tone A woman in the 100 block of Timber Ridge Way Northwest misdi- aled 911 while attempting to retrieve voicemail at 12:29 p.m. July 7. Mustang tamed A window was damaged on a Ford Mustang parked in the 200 block of Wildwood Boulevard Southwest prior to 1:46 p.m. July 7. The loss is esti- mated at $350. Rescue 911 A woman in the 4000 block of 220th Place Southeast misdialed 911 while attempting to reach her doctor at 3:32 p.m. July 7. Godly grandma A woman in the 600 block of Northwest Juniper Street said an 89- year-old woman called and asked if she would like to go for a walk at 3:35 p.m. July 7. She declined, and the woman began voicing her reli- gious beliefs. She said she was uncomfortable with the woman, and asked police to contact the woman and tell her not to contact her again. Driving under the influence A 40-year-old Maple Valley woman, Jennifer L. Anderson, was arrested for driving under the influ- ence at the intersection of East Sunset Way and Front Street North at 9:59 p.m. July 7. Her blood alcohol level read.151 percent and. 147 per- cent. The legal limit is .08 percent. 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