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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2009 C5 POLICE & FIRE BMW,, broken A window was damaged on a BMW parked near East Sunset Way and Southeast Andrews Street prior to 9:56 p.m. Oct. 21. The loss is estimat- ed at $600. Trucks trashed Windows were damaged on a Honda Ridgeline and a Toyota pickup in the 700 block of Front Street South prior to 10:39 p.m. Oct. 21. The loss is estimated at $500. Scrambled A house and vehicle along 240th Way Southeast was egged. The resi- dent found egg remnants on the roof and second floor window. The dri- ver's side of a vehicle was also struck. The loss is estimated at $200. Food fight A man said a tomato was used to break a window at his house. A Roma tomato had been thrown at the house overnight, and broke the exterior pane of a window. The man and his neighbor noticed Roma tomatoes strewn on the property. The neighbor said he had experienced similar inci- dents, including a cupcake smashed on his vehicle. Staring contest Employees at a store in the 6100 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast felt uncomfort- Toyota terrorized Break a leg able with a man standing outside the business and staring at them at 10:30 A window was damaged and tools Police responded to a report of a a.m. Oct. 22. The employees then were stolen from a Toyota pickup leg hanging from the trunk of a vehi- realized the man was waiting for the parked in the 700 block of Front cle parked in the 5100 block of store to open so he could shop for a Street South prior to 1:41 p.m. Oct. Issaquah-Pine Lake Road Southeast book or magazine. 22. The loss is estimated at $1,150. at 6:08 p.m. Oct. 22. The limb turned out to be a Halloween decoration. Pocketbook piO ered Unh l Halloween A pocketbook, wallet and cashA man sold pumpkins at Pickering were stolen from a Ford Escort Barn, 173010th Ave. N.W., at 2:42 p.m. parked in the 1800 block of 12th Oct. 22. Police informed him about the Avenue Northwest prior to 10:55 city code for solicitation. He was told to a.m. Oct. 22. The loss is estimated at apply for a permit at City Hall. $158. Tundra/ced Police contacted juvenile A window was damaged and shoplifters at a store in the 6100 unspecified items were stolen from a block of East Lake Sammamish Toyota Tundra parked in the 700 Parkway Southeast at 4:42 p.m. Oct. block of Front Street South prior to 22. The juveniles were also in posses- 12:53 p.m. Oct. 22. The loss is esti- sion of marijuana and drug para- mated at $522. pherualia. r* PERSONALSERVICES i iiii!;i!!iii!i! Little/dLip.ds at Wo~ LICENSED CHILDCARE & PRESCHOOL 425-313-9467 www.liffiemindsatwork.com 21~ Notices of EASTSIDE FIRE & RES- Sealed Bid for Water Tender, CUE, 175 Newport Way NW, along with the bid date and nificant adverse impact on the Issaquah Washington 98027 time of the bid opening. The environment. An Environmen- up to 1:00 p.m. on November Bid form shall contain all the tal Impact Statement (EIS) is 30, 2009, for ~X0_.0_e._w__.VY.i~ information requested, or the not required under RCW Tender, after which time bids bid may be rejected as unre- 43.21C.030(2)(c). This deci- will no longer be accepted, sponsive. stun was made after review of Sealed bids will be publicly All bids shall be accompanied the completed Environmental opened and read aloud at the by a cashiers check or bid Checklist and other informa- office of Eastside Fire & Res- bend payable to Eastside Fire tion on file with the lead agen- cue at 1:15 p.m. on November & Rescue in an amount not cy. This information is availa- 30, 2009 . less than five pement of the to- ble to the public on request. The successful bid is sched- tal bid. Bid forms must not be This DNS is issued under uled to be awarded at the reg- separated from the Bid Pack- WAC 197-11-340(2); the lead ular meeting of the Eastside age and the bound document agency will not act on this pro- Fire & Rescue Board of Direc- must be submitted intact. A posal for 14 days from the tore, tentatively scheduled for performance bond in the f?:l date of issuance. Comments 4:00p.m. December8,2009. amount of the bid will be - must be submitted by Novem- ber 18, 2009. Responsible Official: Kerry Ruth Position/Title: Regional Envi- ronmental Programs Manager Address: P.O. Box 330310, Seattle, WA 98133-9710 Phone: (208) 440-4548 Published in The Issaquah Press on 11/04/09 02-1727 LEGAL NOTICE Bids are to be submitted only quired. The Bidder shall guar- on the form provided in the Bid antee the total bid price forty Package. Bid documents can five (45) days from the open- EASTSlDE FIRE & RESCUE ADVERTISEMENTFOR BIDS WATER TENDER be downloaded from our web- ing of the Bid. siteat i -- . Eastside Fire & Rescue re- 4r . Bid serves the right to accept or documents can also be ob- reject any or all bids, to waive tained at our Headquarters Of- minor informalities, and to ac- rice located at 175 Newport cept the bid deemed to be in Way NW, Issaquah, Washing- the best interest of Eastside ton. The purchase and sale Fire & Rescue and the Citi- shall be accomplished in ac- zens residing therein, and it is cordance with this Advertise- not bound to accept the lowest ment for Bids, Instructions to bid submitted. Bidders, Purchase and Sales In accordance with RCW SENIOR CARE ASSISTANCE available now. Companion- ship, personal care, transpor- tation, meals, housekeeping. Honest, dependable, pleasant. Sealed bids will be received by of Eastside Fire & Rescue in a References. Shelly, 425-495- the undersigned at the office sealed envelope marked: Agreement and Specifications 39.34, other governmental as contained in the Bid Pack- agencies may purchase off age 09 -03A. Bid packages this Bid Package at the terms shall be submitted at the office and prices offered. Published in The lasaquah Press on 11/04/09 Sudoku ody race in row cx.h 3x3 51 s 3 9 7 ...... 86 2 2 5 5 7 43 8 4 8 91 2 7 52 43 1821 ....... ~ ~;~ ......... ~ .~ ..... ~...,~:~ ............ ~:~,::~ ..................... ~,~::~,:~ .................. ........................................................................................................ CHILD'S jacket and stroller at :~ ~ ~>~,i~,~'~'~ ~2~ ..... ~i ' : :~ ~' ' .... ::::~ Issaquah Hatchery, Salmon describeDays" Callitems.425-392-1118 and ! ~,Ii :-ii 1~,#~,~% i:~4~,&~~ ........... li~ .............~i~: ~:: !~,~ ~+! ADOPT: ADORING COUPLE, TV Producer & Accountant year for precious 1 st baby. Ex- penses paid. Bob & Amie 1- 888-726-2745 toll free ADOPTION: HAPPILY MAR- RIED finadcially secure couple looking to adopt a baby. See http://sites.google.com/site/oat or con- tact attorney at (206)728- 5858, ask for Joan, file 8859 NOTICES 02-1731 LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF NAME CHANGE 425 868-9370 fixit i, ftdcs.com ~ \~ m: ft d c s. c o m I HEREBY ANNOUNCE that I have changed my name from KHOZEM LOKHANDWALA to KHOZEM KUTBUDDIN LO- KHANDWALA on October 27th, 2009. Published in The Issaquah Press on 11104/09 02-1724 LEGAL NOTICE Washington State Department of Transportation sepa Determination of Non-Slgnlflcance (DNS) 1-90 East Fork Issaquah Creek Culvert Replacement NORTHWEST GARAGE FLOORS Project title: Interstate 90 (I-90) East Fork Issaquah Creek Culvert Re- placement Description of proposal: This project will replace an ex- isting culvert with a utility bridge, remove three existing sackcrete weirs, and regrade the stream to a natural profile. The purpose of this project is to remove an existing amhed culvert in East Fork Issaquah Creek that is a documented partial barrier to fish. The proj- ect will also re-establish native vegetation within the disturbed area. The existing culvert was identi- fied as a fish passage burner by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. The 12-foot diameter culvert is significantly narrower than the adjacent 25-foot wide stream channel. In addition, two downstream weirs have completely deteriorated. The elevation of the remaining weir is COnsidered a barrier that prevents fish passage during certain life stages and flows. Proponent= Washington State Department of Transpor- tation (WSDOT) Location of proposal, in- cluding street address, if any: The project area is within Sec- tion 26 of Township 24N, Range 6E, WM. The culvert is on 1-90 at milepost 18.70, ap- proximalely one mile east of the Sunset Blvd. Interchange in Issaquah. 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