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Page 16 -The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 1 I, 1987 ii:i!!&apos;,iigSR:i!i E':tai:ilili,,]ii,,: iii',i i ',!iiiiiii , ................ , ,, i .+ . ...... ,. ALMOST NEW Very well priced, greenbelt, cul-de- sac, 4 bedroom, excellent neighbor- hood. Please call THE KLAHANIE SPECIALIST, Bob Richards, 455- 9800, Century 21, Smith/Ring, 392- 8050 eves. tf SUNSET VALLEY FARMS STREET SAFE FOR KIDS Neighborhood of level, sunny, near acre lots provides superb environment for kids. Large fam- ily homes with 3-4 bdrms, family rooms & 3 car garages. Stafford Home quality you can count on. Avoid traffic on the Plateau. Af- fordably priced under $150,000. Call Lou Glatz at 641-9300. OPEN SAT & SUN, 1-4 pm Directions: Take Iss. Exit #17 off 1-90, turn south on Front St, 4 mi to May Valley Rd. Turn west 1.5 miles to Sunset Valley Farms John L. Scott Inc. 1111 15 ACRE knockout beautiful new home on excellent trout stream in Okanogan. Power, meadows, county road. Completely landscaped. $135,000. Del Juhl, Frontier Lands (509) 923-2231, (509) 923-2027 ANYTIME. 1111 TOLT RWER FRONT, 3 story solar home on 1.7 acres, $165,000. 333- 4262, owner/agent. 1209 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U Repair) Foreclosures, Rapes, Tax Delinquent Properties. Now selling your area. Call 1-315-736-7375 Ex. H- WA-I1 for current list. 24 HRS. 1125 SAVE UP TO $100,000 by refinancing your current mortgage. Rates as low as 7.25%. Call for free details. United Pacific Mortgage (206) 244-0050. 1111 LOG CABIN & 142 acres near Pateros in Okanogan County. Spring, meadows, views, Borders county road year around access. $79,000 w/terms. Del Juhl Frontier Lands (509) 923-2231, (509) 923-2027 anytime. 1104 'RIC APIP 7-PLUS ACRE ranch on Methow River, Winthrop. 3+ bedroom house, barn, shop, garage, creek, corrals. 2 miles town, airport, golf. $120,000 owner contract. Trade, considered. (509) 996-2822. 1104 REPOSSESSED HOMES from Gov't from $1.00 plus repairs/taxes. Throughout WA/nationwidel Also tax properties. 216-453-3000, Ext. H4375. 1104 1(800) 772-3007 ARE YOU RECEIV- ING payments on a contract? We pay CASH for contracts, FULL VALUE, options available• COMMERCIAL/- RESIDENTIAL. (206) 774-3007. Commemial refinancing also. 1111 ;.%.;?;.;,,???,v,9;.PUblI.??; "??h?:,?,v;giN0t""., ......... :+!, +..I. I LEGAL FORMS EVANS OFFICE SUPPLY Meadows Shopping Ctr., 392-2412 MON-FRIOtoS!30,Sa!. 11tea tf ust t, toxtcE No. s7-27 MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN SEATTLE NOTICE OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISCHARGE PERMIT APPLICATION NO. 7543 TAKE NOTICE: That King County Solid Waste Division's Cedar HIlls Landfill located at Section 21 & N.1/2 Section 28, Township 23 North, Range 6 East has tiled an application for an industrial waste discharge permit to discharge leachate, vehicle maintenance and sanitary effluent into the Metro sewer system FROM its landfills in the amount not to exceed a yearly average of 890,000 gallons per day and a daily maximum of 2,200,000 gallons per day. Discharge will occur following treatment and in-plant control and in compliance with rules end regulations of the Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle, Washington State Department of Ecology, and the Environmental Protection Agency. This application is for a new permit to replace the existing permit number 7026-R1 which expires on December 15, 1987. The approximate point of discharge is 1290 feet east of the Intersection of Jones Road end Maple Valley Highway. Any person desiring to express his views or to be notified of the Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle action on this application should notify the Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle in writing of his interest within thirty days of the last date of publication of this notice. Published in the Issaquah Press November 4, 11, 1987. 1111 Women's "Helen" Fitness Shoes S,L00 S149500: High Tops -- $16.95 Boys' "Kangaroo" Joggers $1495 • Friday, Saturday & Sunday Only • Present This Ad For $2 Off The Sale Pricel Downtown Issaquah 99 Front St. N. 391-1727 I II II IIII PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 87-130 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY In re the Marriage of: VICKI KAY HENDRICKS, Petitioner/Wife, and ARTHUR DEA HENDRICKS, JR., Respondent/Husband. No. 87-3-08656 2 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION ON PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE THE STATE OF WASHINGON: to ARTHUR DEA HENDRICKS, JR., Respondent. The petitioner named above has filed with the Clerk of the above Court a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, requesting that your marriage be dissolved. Additional requests, if any, are stated in the Petition, a copy of which is on file with the said Clerk's office. You may respond to this summons and petition by firing a written response with the clerk of the court and serving a copy of your response on the person signing this summons. If you do not serve your written response within sixty (60) days after the 11th day of November, 1987 (exclusive of the 11th day of November, 1987), the court may enter an order of default against you, and at the end of ninety (90) days after the 11th day of November, 1987, (exclusive of the 11th day of Nov- ember, 1987), the court may, without further notice to you, enter a decree dissolving your marriage and ap- proving or providing for other relief requested in the petition. One method of filing your response and serving a copy on the Petitioner is to send them by certified mail with return receipt requested. DATED: November 6th, 1987 NANCY S. WHFFTEN Attorney for Petitioner FILE RESPONSE WITH: Clerk of the Court E-609, King County Courthouse Third and James St. Seattle WA 98104 SERVE A COPY OF YOUR RE- SPONSE ON: NANCY S. WHITTEN Attorney at Law P.O. Box 1294 Issaquah, WA 98027 Published in the Issaquah Press November 11, 18, 25, December 2, 9, 16, 1987. 1216 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 87-131 NOTICE OF ORDINANCE PASSED BY ISSAQUAH CITY COUNCIL The following is the summary of the Ordinance passed by the Issaquah City Council on 11-2-87: ORDINANCE NO. 1768 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON, ADDING A NEW SECTION 3.64.030 TO THE ISSAOUAH MUNICIPAL CODE TO PROVIDE FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE CITY IN CONNECTION WITH PROCESS- ING LAND USE PERMITS (Effective 12-11-87) A copy of the complete text of the ordinance is posted at City Hall South, 135 E. Sunset Way; and the Issaquah Public Library, 140 E. Sunset Way. Upon request to the City Clerk's Office (301,1000), a copy will be mailed. Unda IRuehte, C Clerk Published in the Issaquah Press November 11, 1987. 1111 Board still pondering name ror new plateau school The Issaquah SchoolBoard plateau resident Rina Jacob- committee, explained that the from the new school, and for the stars, ritorial governor in this vai- ls giving the community one sen. "And I've heard a few group ranked Klahanie last more suited to the site King Theboard decided to put off lay," said Paterson. "He is the comments that Challenger points out a disaster or a fail- ure. Others felt Grand Ridge was a neutral choice." Board President Karen Taylor Sherman, who was an ad hoc member of the naming more chance to say whether its "yea" or "nay" on the plan to name the new school on the Pine Lake Plateau "Challenger Elementary." The board members ex- pressed disappointment over the lack of public input dur- because they felt the name was "exclusive rather than inclusive" since students from outside that subdivision will be attending the new school. She said the Grand Ridge area was really quite a distance County is reviewing for a garbage incinerator. Board members, who previously unanimously expressed sup- port for Challenger, said it signifies experiencing failure and rising above it to reach All invited to school-name meeting On November 18, the Is- saquah School District Board of Directors plans to select a name for the new school on the plateau, from the three names submitted to them by the Name the School Com- mittee. Individuals appointed to this committee met to re- view suggested names on October 6. Committee mem- bers included: Dean Lamb, Betsy Murray, Mary Riggle, Lois Sethe and board member Karen Taylor Sherman, who served in an ex-officio capac- ity. ing the last few meetings when they discussed the new name. But at the November 4 Press releases, school newsletters and flyers sent home with students invited Issaquah community residents to send some suggestions to the district administrative of- fices. More than 25 names were submitted by parents, staff members, senior citi- zens, community members and children. Name sugges- tions included: Beaver Lake, Yellow Lake, Laughing Ja- cob's Lake, Lakes, Grand Ridge, Klahanie, Plateau, Er- ickson, Pickering, Sunwood, Lincoln Heights, Monohan, Salish, Constitution, Lake Plateau, Apple, Gilman, Duthie Hill, • Heights, Chal- lenger, Squak, Klahanie Heights, Serene, Oak Tree, Evergreen, Highland and Shady Trails. The committee was partic- ularly pleased to have children entering the contest. These young participants included: Alan Jamieson; Julie Rich- ards; Nate, Christian and Kevin Anderson; Marc Ku- bischta; Cheryl Lawrence; Maggie Dwyer; Jennifer Swanson, and sixth, seventh the windowpanes and ,  The Snot00 Goose A Christmas Boutique meeting, for the first time, several people showed up to speak up on the subject. The district had put to- gether a committee of admin- istrators and parents to review suggested names for the school. The committee's top three picks, in order, were: Challenger, Grand Ridge and Klahanie. The Challenger name would honor the astronauts who died in a failed NASA space mission, along with Chrism McAuliffe -- the first school teacher on a space flight. Grand Ridge indicates the geographic area on the south end of the plateau. And, Klahanie is the name of the subdivision surrounding the new school. "I've heard a lot of people express negative feeling about the name Klahanie," said featuring handicrafts for warming holiday season... to give, to keep, to cherish, Friday, Nov. 13 & Saturday, Nov. 14 9 a.m. - 5 p,m. and eighth grade Pine Lake Middle School students in Donna G utterman's class. Like frost on John L. Scott Realty  m proudly sponsors @ @ The public is invited to at- tend the November 18 board meeting and provide input for the board to consider before making their final selection. taking the final vote on the name until its next meeting on November 18. Between now and then, and at that meeting, they hope to get letters, calls and testimony about how the public feels about having a "Challenger Elementary" in the district. In a related manner, during the public participation sec- tion of the board meeting Is- saquah High history teacher Joe Peterson lobbied the board to keep in mind a fa- mous pioneer when naming future schools. "William Pickering was an outstanding pioneer and a ter- only famous person my Northwest Studies class could ever find that came to or vis- ited Issaquah." Peterson said he did not think Pickering Elementary would be a good name for the new school on the plateau, since it was so far away from where the pioneer family homesteaded. Instead he sug- gested the new elementary on Cougar Mountain be named for the former governor or that when Sunset Elementary is rebuilt that it also be re- named. "Considering this town was once called Gilman, then Olney, then Issaquah, it sets an excellent historical dent for changing Sunset to William Pickering tary," said Peterson. Sunset PTA President Mary Jo Mehlum, who was in the audience, said the id¢ of a name change for th school has already been dis. cussed. She said Picketing may be a good name to con" sider, but it was important for the board to let the Sunset community have input on  process. "We are all for chan the name because of: filets with Sunset El, in the Bellevue School trict," said Mehlum, important that we be a the name selection." Christmas Items Arriving Daily Cut trees arrive Friday, November 27th .... , ............... 1 ...... i ....... 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