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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY9 SEPTEMBER 9, 2009 C5 EMPLOYMENT THE HOLIDAY INN iI ,s.quah is a hotel committed to cue- ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE tomer service. We are looking The Issaquah Press Inc. for others with the same pas- offers an established sales sion to join our team. Do you terntory with room to grow. If have a friendly personality? you have the motivation to sell Are you a mature, responsible and a passion for great cue- person that is flexible and able tomer service, we have the to work both during the week advertisers waiting for your and on weekends too? If so, care and development we have the following position available: You will consult with new clients and existing clients. FULL-TIME FRONT DESK You will generate prospects, AGENT- a mixture of day shift make calls and appointments and swing shift so flexibility is to bdng in new business. Help a must. I li clients develop advertising drier Hotel Front Desk exce- campaigns, and communicate rience will be coneidered. with graphic designem to develop the ads. We use If you are interested in apply- ACT database management inn for the above position, system, please email your resume to We are looking for an exped- Melenie.lindell@hiiesequah. encedsales repwith astrong com. rex your resume to desire to succeed. Media (425)391-4660, or stop by background preferred. If you the Holiday Inn Issequah at have a great personality, can 180112th Ave NW, leeaquah juggle many deadlines, enjoy and fill out an application. a fast-paced environment and thrive on relationship building and your own success, we want to hear from you. With base and commissions, A TRAVEL JOB: A great first earn $35-40K first year. Medi- job, over 18, travel coast-to- cal/dental, paid vacation, coast with young co-ed busi- 401K, mileage, ness group. $500 signing bo- Emeil cover latter, resume nus. Return Guaranteed. Call and references to: Dorothy: 1-866-649-1373 jgreen@isspress.com www.f reetot ravelusa.com or mail to: Ad Manager Issaquah Press Inc. ,ii~i,i-- H~Cam~--- PO Box 1328, CAREGIVERS NEEDEDH Issaquah, WA 98027 JOIN Synergy HomeCare the fastest growin~ non-medical homecare company. Immedi- ate position. Available FT/PT & 24 hour shifts, 425-988- 3759 or send resume to info @ shceastking.com. Valid driver license and car re- quired! ADVERTISING DEPART- MENT ASSISTANT for busy newspaper office, 9am-3pm, weekdays (somewhat flexible). Customer service, proofread- ing, e-mailings, data base management, phone calls, project management and more. Excellent grammar and attention to detail, ability to take on a task and work inde- pendently. Thorough knowl- edge of Excel preferred Job description available on re- quest. $12/hour. Send resume to: Advertising Manager, at The Issaquah Press. EXPERIENCED INSTRUC- TOR TO teach computer classes/skills to seniors, week- days. Compensation DOE. Is- saquah Senior Center, 425- 392-2381 NEW MOM SEEKING an of- fice job with flexible hours, 425-829-1436 PERSONALSERVICES FULL-TIME HOUSEKEEPER If you enjoy seniors, this is the job for you. Bellewood is an independent retirement com- munity on the Sammamish Plateau. This position is full- time with benefits - 401 K, Insurance, Vacation. Great team to work with. PART-'riME KITCHEN AID Working with a dynamic team. Hours are 3:00 to 8:30 PM, three to four days a week. Food handler's permit required. For both of these positions please apply at Bellewood Retirement Apartments, 3710 Providence Pt. Dr. SE, Issa- quah, WA 98029 or email resume and cover letter to keenon @ bellewood.com ........................................................ i~ SENIOR CARE ASSISTANCE available now. Companion- ship, personal care, transpor- tation, meals, housekeeping. Honest, dependable, pleasant. References. Shelly, 425-495- 1821 NOTICES 02-1692 LEGAL NOTICE WALSH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY SEEKING COVERAGE ' UNDER THE WA STATE DE- PARTMENT OF ECOLOGY'S CONSTRUCTION STORM- WATER GENERAL PERMIT IN-HOME INSTRUCTOR NEEDED, for iMac, $35/hour. 425-427-8636 WALSH CONSTRUCTION CO.f~VA, 509 Fairview Ave. N, Seattle WA 98109, is seeking coverage under the Washing- ton State Department of Ecol- ogy's Construction Stormwater General Permit. The proposed project, the YWCA Family Vil- lage at Issaquah located at KING COUNTY LIBRARYSYS- TEM, Preston, 1011 NE High Street in Issa- g ~ ~I 6 Washington: quah, Washington. ',cou~r~ Library Shipping This project involves approx. Pages - Pool, up 2.5 acres of soil disturbance to PT 15hrs. for building, paving, landscap- Shipping DepL, unpack, sort, inn and utility construction ac- pack items for branch ship- tivities. Stormwater will be dis- ments accurately & expedi- charged to the City's convey- tiously. $10.480/hr + prorated ance system which leads to vacation & sick leave. REQ: the North Fork of the Issaquah Some knowledge of romp Creek, and eventually to Lake functions, some work experi- Sammamish. ence in high-volume produc- Any persons desiring to pres- tion environment such as ent their views to the Depart- warehousing, shipping/receiv- ment of Ecology regarding this inn. Send completed KCLS application, or interested in the eppllcation end supplemen- Department's action on this tal (attached to the job post- application, may notify Ecolo- inn, Job # 2009-096) togy in wdting within 30 days of KCLS Shipping & Receiving the last date of publication of PO Box # 398, 8114 304th this notice Ave SE, Preston, WA 98050 Comments can be submitted 02-1680 LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF ISSAQUAH PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to Federal Emergen- cy Management Agency's (FE- MA) National Environmental Policy Act regulations, the City of Issaquah hereby gives no- tice of application to FEMA for funding under the Hazard Miti- gation Grant Program. Public meetings for this project will be held at 5 pm August 27, 2009 and 7 pm September 10, 2009, at City Hall Northwest, 1775 12th Avenue NW (Pick- ering Room). The goal of this grant-funded project is to prevent future flood losses at existing resi- dential and commercial build- inns. The project includes ele- vating fimt floom of up to eight residential homes and flood- proofing three commercial building structures to prevent floodwaters from impacting these buildings. Property owners will fund the local share of the grant. No City funds are involved in this proj- ect, except for staff time for grant application and adminis- tration. The properties targeted under the HMGP program have all been subject to historical flooding, causing damage to structures; damage or loss of contents; displacement of homeowners and businesses; and loss of function. Signifi- cant losses to homeowners and impacts to public services have occurred as a result. This project is consistent with the City's hazard mitigation planning approach to address- ing flood hazards in the City. The Acquisition of these prop- erties was considered as an alternative, but is not proposed due to the excessive costs. Because the project involves improvements to existing structures only, the project does not have any potential to adversely impact floodplain functions and values. More information can be ob- tained by contacting Kerry Rit- land, Surface Water Manager, at P.O. Box 1307, Issaquah WA 98027; (425) 837-3410; or kerryr @ ci.issaquah.wa.us. The City requests submittal of any written comments within fifteen (15) days of posting of this notice. Published in The Issaquah Press on 8/26/09 & 9/09/09 02-1693 LEGAL NOTICE EASTSIDE FIRE&RECSCUE NOTICEOFPUBLIC MEETING The Commissioners of King County Fire District 10 and Fire District 38 wish to inform the public that there will be an open Public Meeting on Wed- nesday, September 16, 2009, 5:30 p.m., in the Classroom of the EF&R Headquarters facili- ty located at 175 Newport Way NW, in Issaquah, WA, to dis- cuss the formation of a Re- gional Fire Authority Plan- ning Committee. All interest- ed parties and the public at large are invited to attend. Published in The Issaquah Press on 9/09/09 02-1690 LEGAL NOTICE amendments are limited to should prepare'specific factual changing publicly-owned par- objections. Copies of the envi- CITY OF ISSAQUAH cels to the Community Facili- ronmental determination end PUBLIC NOTICE ties (CF) land use designation other project application mete- SEPA DETERMINATION and zoning, rials are available from the Is- 2009 Comprehensive Plan Project name/permit number: saquah Planning Department, and Zoning Map Amend- 2009 Comprehensive Plan1775 12th Avenue NW. ments-PLN09-O0055 and Zoning Map Amend- merits-PLN09-00055 Peter Rosen, Environmental Pursuant to the provisions of After review of a completed Planner, (425) 837-3094 Issaquah Ordinance No. 1633 environmental checklist and and the State Environmental other information on file with Published in The Iscequah Policy Act, Chapters 43.21[c] the agency, the City of Issa- Press on 9/09/2009 RCW and WAC 197-11-510, quah has determined this pro- notice is hereby given that the posal would not have a probe- City of Issaquah did, on Sep- hie significant adverse impact ADVERTISING? tember 9, 2009, issue a De- on the environment. termination of Noneignifi- This DNS is issued under We've got csnce for non-project Corn- WAC 197-11-340(2). The lead the prehensive Plan and Zoning agency will not act on this pro- Map amendments. The posal for 14 days. Anyone lowest rates amendments include updates wishing to comment may sub- in town! to the Capital Facilities, Utilit- mit written comments between $18.00 for ies and Public Services, and September 9, 2009 and Sep- Parks Elements, the Transpor- tomber 22, 2009 and the Re- 10 words, tation Improvement Program, sponsible Official will reconsid- 35 for each amending transportation con- er the DNS based on timely currency policies to reflect en- comments. Any person an- extra word gineering capacity standards grieved by this determination in ORe insertion rather than planned capacity may appeal by filing a Notice standards, and adding climate of Appeal with the City of Isse- in one publication. change policies. The Compre- quah Permit Center between Call 392-6434 hensive Plan land use desig- September 23, 2009 and O- Ext. 222 nation and Zoning Map tober 7, 2009. Appellants Sammamish Plateau- With Acreage! Sept 13th 1- 4pm Offeredat $899,000 76' Lake 5amrmmish W~ of~dat $1,895,000 81' Lake 5ammamish Wata'fmnt o~,d~ $2,088,000 South Cove ~d~ $645,000 cougar P be $7'J(la For a full tour of lfiese homes please visit www.johnkritsonis, com John Kritsonis 206.498.0288 email: johnk@windermere.com V~~ B A I N @~*ELEGANT O01JNTRY LIFESTYLE $1,11Hl,O00 "~Y~ NOIiI1H BEND ACREAGE $849,950 An idyllic setting w/pool & tennis court on 4.9 white fenced acres. Lovely John Day resale on 2 sunny, pdv acres. Stunn ng craftsmansh pl Enchanting architecture, classic flrpln, & 4 sun filled oversized rooms. Jatoba firs, sun drenched chef's kit, formal liv/din rms, gorgeous grt rm, 5 Designer updated baths & kit. ElegantCountryLifestyle.com #29072225 bdrs, mstr suite, bonus, sec s~t, hot tub, Cat5, 3 car ger #29008833 ChristineKipp.com 425-961-5325 Bob Perrel1425-922-4129 ~)~:SAMM. ARCHITEClURAL EXCELLENCE $1,499,000 ~'~BIJII.D ON PINE LAKE $799,000 Unlike any other Samm home, this distinctive residence is a complete A gorgeous piece of property on one of the Eeatside's most desireabie environment of it's own, melding Pacific NW w/a French-Louisiana lakes, this lvl parcel is ready for your dream heine! Entire lot useable & aesthetic. Visit www.DietinctiveSynergy.com for more details. #29088632 sewer hookup is in the st. BuildOnPineLake.eam #28176081 ChdstineKipp.com 425-961-5325 ChdstineKipp.com 425-961-5325 TOP NOTCH HOME1 ~N~MlOe :~SPECT/~DUI.M! ~IM~MAMISN CI~lrOM $1~ Fabulous 4BR, don't miss it[ Open Kitchen w/granite tile counters, great Custom-built bright and cheerful Boitano residence. Great feng shui and cabinetry & stainless appl! Hardwoods & Crown mouldn~ Newer Cherry security. Private, completely walled courtyard with pool, entertainment, vanity & new lighting in Main Bath. Den downstairs. Newer roof. incredible deck, etc. #29082195 Cliff Potter +1-425-351-6113 / Claim Potter +1-425-269-3185 #29074743 Lois Schneider 425-985-4757 LAKE SAMMAMISB VIEWS $1,050,000 EXCEPTIONAL BUY $435,000 Don't miss this fantastic 4BR,3.SBA. Views from neady every room! Superb piece of property in a fantastic area! First time home buyer or Remodeled Kitchen. Open floor plan w/nook & Family Room. Oversized Buyer wanting to build, Nice bdck front adds to this cute 2BR home w/ deck for outdoor entertaining, Curved details & high end finishes! wonderful bdck accents throughout. Great acreage opportunity!! #29111905 Lois Schneider 425-985-4757 #29075910 Lois Schneider 425-9854757 POLICE & FIRE Uprooted A 65-year-old Bellevue man was arrested for malicious mischief in the 1800 block of 15th Place Northwest prior to 8:52 a.m. Aug. 23. Police said landscaping was damaged. The loss is estimated at $50 to $75. woo/" arrested for possession of marijuana in the 900 block of 12th Avenue Northwest at 10:46 p.m. Aug. 28. Unable to locate A window was damaged and a GPS unit was stolen from a Subaru Legacy in the 23400 block of Southeast Black Nugget Road prior to 10:25 a.m. Aug. 29. The loss is estimated at $550. Police contacted three people with dogs at Timberlake Park, 184th Clear the air Street Southeast and West Sammamish Parkway Southeast, at An air compressor was stolen from 5:01 p.m. Aug. 23. The officer edu- a Dodge Ram parked in the 1600 rated them about the new dog ban at block of Huckleberry Circle prior to the park. 3:33 a.m. Aug. 30. The loss is esti- mated at $600. Jimmied A GMC Jimmy was reported stolen to police at 6:42 p.m. Aug. 23 The estimated loss is unknown. Hole in one A golf cart, golf bag, golf clubs, shoes and glasses were stolen in the 1000 block of Northwest Inneswood Drive prior to 11:32 a.m. Aug. 24. The loss is estimated at $1,410. Home sweet home A man refused to leave a residence in the 300 block of Third Place Northwest where he was house-sit- ting at 11:27 a.m. Aug. 31. The man had left by the time officers arrived. Police called him and advised him the homeowners did not want him stay- ing at the residence. Better safe than sony" Cataclysm A woman said she was involved in a minor accident in a parking lot in A catalytic converter was stolen the 1400 block of Northwest Gilman from a Toyota 4Runner parked in the Boulevard prior to 4:31 p.m. Aug. 31. 22000 block of Southeast 51st Street The accident damaged her vehicle prior to 12:07 p.m. Aug. 24. The loss only. She wanted to make sure she is estimated at $190. did not need to file a police report. Popped Hubcap hood/urn A man said a water balloon was Hubcaps were stolen from a thrown at his windshield as he drove Hummer H3 parked in the 1400 along Northwest Sammamish Road at block of 11th Avenue Northwest prior 6:49 p.m. Aug. 24. Police were to 7:57 p.m. Aug. 31. The loss is esti- unable to locate the balloon thrower, mated at $450. Dog eat dog Fish tale A man said he was with his dog in the lobby of a business in the 600 block of Northwest Gilman Boulevard when another person with a dog entered at 10:03 a.m. Aug. 25. He said the second dog jumped on his dog, re-injuring its knee. Employees at the bus'mess said the dogs barked at each other but did not have physical contact. Gadgets, gone A laptop computer, TV, sound sys- tem and iPod were stolen in the 22500 block of Southeast 56th Street prior to 8:42 p.m. Aug. 25. The loss is estimated at $2,650. T ota taken A Toyota Camry was stolen in the 5700 block of Northwest Lac Leman Drive prior to 5:51 a.m. Aug. 26. The loss is estimated at $5,000. A 38-yearoold Sammamish woman stole prawns from a store in the 1800 block of 10th Avenue Northwest at 8 p.m. Aug. 31. The items, recovered by the stere, were valued at $65.99. flssaolt A 20-year-old Issaquah woman was arrested for assault in the 300 block of Northwest Dogwood Street at 9:04 p.m. Aug. 31. Silence is golden Police responded to a noise com- plaint near Southeast 44th Way and 193rd Avenue Southeast at 9:42 p.m. Aug. 31. The event was a family movie night at Blackberry Park. The officer advised a man about the com- plaint; he said he would attempt to turn the volume down. Step r~ht up Parff aU the time A woman reported seeing the sil- Police responded to a noise corn- houette of a person on the rear porch plaint in the 1600 block of 25th of her residence in the 2000 block of Avenue Northeast at 1:13 p.m. Aug. 32nd Avenue Northeast at 10:56 p.m. 26. The officer located an apartment Aug 31. She had motion sensor light- with all of the windows open and ing at the time of the incident, but stereo blaring loud music inside. The could not produce a detailed descrip- tenant was advised of the noise ordi- tion about the person. Police nanee and turned down the volume, searched the area, but had no results. Carted away Assault A group of juveniles walked away A 29-year-old Issaquah woman from a store in the 300 block of Rainier was arrested for assault in connec- Boulevard South with a shopping cart tion with a domestic violence incident at 3:54 p.m. Aug. 26. Police located the in the 200 block of Southwest Clark cart and spoke with a juvenile who Street at 11:11 p.m. Aug. 31. claimed to have walked away with it. He said he was using the cart to carr~ We like to parff his bag, and did not intend to steal it 425-222-6757, Fax 425-222- to: Department of Ecology, Police responded to a noise com- 6764 Applicant Pool will Water duality Pronram t~ _ _ , _ ...... P.v. Snatched plaint in the 23400 block of Southeast close December 3, 2009. To Box 47696 Olvmpia WA ~ ~ -- be considered for the Pool you. . . 985_.-769604 ' " ' 49th Street at 12:09 a.m. Sept. 1. must fill out an Applncat=on & RI~II~D $750,000 VIEWPOINT $T50,050 Supplemental More details . . BY APPT: Own your own play BY APPT: Immaculate 4 A purse, wallet, mobile phones and Partygoers turned off the music Publ shed n The ssaquah yard in Swan Lake .bd.rm/2.75 bth home w/ MP3 player were stolenin the 900 block immediately and enteredaresidence. available at www.kcls.org .dr p____msm on 9/09/091~:~ & 9/_16/09 ~,~mm,,ni~, ,~,~ ~nni,~n Hill laKe view beach rights, any KCLS library. Our Ship- 99"a ,,,,,=~ a~n =,~ f* possible moorage. Hd-wds of Lake Drive prior to 4:14 p.m. Aug. 26. ping Department is located in ~ .............. ..'4 '" ran te ~ car ar 206-948-65811425/392-6600. 392-6600. " " Preston, WA. SE r~j~;~ .... home. #29074475. D. K,nson ~2911~620 O Reardon {15" The estimated loss is unknown. Double whammy US C IFIEDS EOE 392-6434 Ext. 222 REDMOND S509,50s ~ I I Got milk? A window, windshield wiper, igni- BY APPT: Private courtyard. BELLTOWN $599,995 [ ~,000 4 bed.room rambler. Lush f XsAPPT:co O tw ffs, h agI tion wiring and mirror were dam- [ S I BY APPT Updated 3 yar aecKs Pn pats + ' " ~" - ~-/P" ml .... islano cnerry caelnetry ss Police responded to a noise com- aged and a stereo faceplate, backpack a hr mbler more. #29069322. P. ' - ' bedroom/2 b t a . appl. Green bid + fitness udoku Hardwoods, granite, 6600sanford 425-444-8679/392-center. #290~P5363. P-I plaint in the 19200 block of Southeast and gloves were stolen from a Honda fireplace, new roof, deck, Sanford425-392-6600. l/ 45th Place at 10:41 p.m. Aug. 26 and a Pontiac parked near Southeast hot tub. Level .67 acre. ~ILMMMIlI~R eT50~ I)01AR/tl~WNIS~I~QII~MI II 13x31x=with $gitsl rouSa9.Eadalttm 9d itmua rI #29093801. D. Reardon425- BY APPT" 277 ~'cres' on "~Y,000 1] related to two boys attempting to 49th Street and 236th Avenue I ol~olleineadllt~'acl'o~achco~lmch~dl3x3box. I 392-6600. meandering "country lane. ~BX~AP.P'I" 3cargarage. +l/ drink a gallon of milk without vomit- Southeast prior to 2:52 a.m. Sept. 1. I Ve"" --rivate 2740 ---- ~+ 4 2t~ ST storage zoeoroom l/ o~ ,~, ' ing. The juveniles were laughing at The loss is estimated at $1,265. 2.5 baths. 2 level Condo. ~ bedroom/2.75 bath. eriw*~ locationIt another juvenile who had vomited. I Ill I #28176678 Cheryl Crane "" 2" AUllJMN WIND $585 000 ISSAQ~AH $61!t OQ0 . - #29108286 Cheryl Crane 4 5- ] "~ 425 392-6600 392-6600 1 6 BY APPT: Autumn Wind, 4 6Y APPT: Pan Abode log " " l/ The officer told them to clear the area. Denim deviance 3 8 4 cargarage. Securltysystem, sf4bdm/2.5bth._Newcrp~ BYAPPT:NWcontemporary ........ TVdrama A window was damaged and jeans fenced bkyd w/patio. 2-car gar, new root. uver 3.u Verv private views 3 u~. gv~').: _ .upaa~ea . zll| #29099874. P. Sanford 42S-acres. #28125506. D. bedroom ~ranite b beoroom/l.b Dam .on Iss/ were stolen from a Ford Taurus / 7 5 161 I8 [ 444.8679/392.6600. Reardon 42S-392-6600.. downtownhardwcls'. #29079437.Wa1'~ tOc. sunroom~reeK'~"" ........ ~lew,~ss= appllances,floo,.~,,,,,plan l/ A "IV, computer and jewelry were parked in the 700 block of Northwest DEMERYHILL $429,900 MIRRORMONT S450,000 Elliott 425-392-6600. #29046611. D. Reardon 425-1/ stolen in the 18800 block of Southeast Gilman Boulevard prior to 9:43 a.m. / I I I / BY APPT: 3 bedrm 2"25 BY APPT: 4 bdrm/2"5 bth + " 000 392-6600" l/ 6 4 bath, 1680 sf-private cul- bns rm. Main fir mstr. New TMJU$ ..U~., " OXFORD PARK $245 ~01/ 42nd Street prior to 11:12 a.m. Aug. Sept. 1. The loss is estimated at $158. de-sac lot New roof, firing & paint. Mt Rainier BY APPT: Hardly fiveo in ~ _u ....... ~ il 28. The estimated loss is unknown. / 5 621 I I / hrdwds bths'#29012079.view.2-cargar'shyacreprvt bdrm/4 bth' den' bns &~ P'Y''n''~e'v':;- b~n'wcas'el'' " rn hwdsz ............................. Stained Cheryl Crane 206-930-25511425- lot. #2~176424. D. Reardon mecll9 rm. G ~ te, d ..:_ Ur~araded kit w/ss appls 392-6600 425-392-6600 taunory rms, .~ car gar. MEn Nl~=r fi',chlro~ " ~nrk flr~" D__n_n_n I / " views #29112094 D ................ ......... / ] I / " 9 - - #29121233. B. Rlchards 425- Graffiti was left on three street 1 7 8 I=l~J~i ,~1~0,000 PIJI~./~J $7~0,0008eardon425-32-6600. 392-8050/392-6600. BY APPT: Gorgeous home on BY APPT: Prestine 4 bdrm/ ..... . .... ~ A 24-year-old Issaquah man was signs in the area of Southeast 62nd / II I / 5+ acres. Horse property, 2 5 bth Buchan on Irg 'ot- '~'v~..... ~.'~'WY~=tm~~=~n arrested for possession of drug para- Street prior to 11:15 a.m. Sept. 1. The 6 9 3 ....... ............. ~"=rm+a'=n~naciuskit ...... : b~unnnng C,[y .... ........... -.':"Y"'"~ ='. ....... + " views Beautiful 5 bedroom/ BY APvl: Level ra inn spared on finishes. Like new hrdwd firs crpt. 5 ba;th 2 bonus rooms waterfront lot. 2~3 pherna]ia in the 700 block of Northwest estimated loss is unknown. / I [ I / #29074491. Jaime Perez 425" #29044359. S. Cox 425"444" ~ho~ ~-i*~h,,~ a aon = bank frontage. Well Gilman Boulevard at 9:27 p.m. Aug. 28. 677-79991392-6600. 4156/392-6600. #")"8099"829~'J. " I'i'Z~z" 42=~'1~ "#29122306.septic ap_.qroved. $250Lance The lssaquah Press publishes names of / / 445-5201/392-6600. 425-392-- D~ thosearrestedforDUlandthosecharged I I I1 I withfelonycrimes, lnformationcomes 1 3 8 An 18-year-old Issaquah man was directly from localpolice reports. ~c 1 2007. Fe.at~ g I