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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY~ DECEMBER 2, 2009 C5 POLICE & FIRE L=: So~esh, so clean loss is estimated at $5,995. A housekeeper misdialed 911 Unlicensed from the 1800 block of 15th Place Northwest at 1:14 p.m. Nov. 18. Police noticed a driver change The housekeeper was cleaning the lanes in the 2900 block of 228th Av- phone and accidentally dialed 911. enue Southeast without using a sig- nal at 11:35 p.m. Nov. 16. Police Phantom pops checked the license plate and found the vehicle had been sold June 20. Police responded to a report of When the officer stopped her, the gunshots in the 19500 block of driver said she did not have regis- Southeast 54th Street at 4:11 p.m. tration for the vehicle because she Nov. 19. Police checked the area, could not afford to transfer the rifle. but heard no gunshots. When the The officer told her state law re- officer contacted the woman who quires a title to be transferred reported the incident, she said within 45 days. The woman said a shots sounded like they had been friend whose last name she did not fired from a .22 caliber weapon, know had given her the car three weeks ago. Police found her license Put a ring on it had been revoked for unpaid park- ing tickets. The vehicle was im- A wedding ring went missing pounded and the driver was from a Southeast 31st Place resi- charged with failure to transfer rifle. dence prior to 10:21 a.m. Nov. 19. The owner said she no longer Stolen wears the ring, and had placed it in her drawer after a divorce. The A door was damaged and cash, jewelry, a mobile phone, digital camera, laptop computer, portable DVD players, cordless drill and screwdriver kits were stolen from a Southeast 12th Lane house prior to 3:30 p.m. Nov. 17. The home- owner said someone had removed a pillow from his bed and taken the pillowcase, possibly to carry the missing items. The loss is esti- mated at $2,640. ,~tmre change Police contacted a pair of pan- handlers in front of Sterling Sav- ings Bank, 705 N.W. Gilman Blvd., at 3:48 p.m. Nov. 20. Police talked to the panhandlers, who then moved along. Pump up the volume A man in the 100 block of Skyridge Road Northwest said a neighbor was listening to loud mu- sic prior to 6:31 p.m. Nov. 20. He said the issue was ongoing, and he had contacted the homeowners association and rental owner about the noise problem. The neighbor turned down the music after being contacted by police. Butter fingers A woman in the 700 block of Northwest Datewood Drive misdi- aled 911 at 9:08 p.m. Nov. 20. She said she accidentally dialed while using the automatic dial feature on her phone. Fast, [.zious A person in the 500 block of Southeast Lewis Street said people were coming and going from a nearby residence, and that cars were speeding in the roadway at 1:13 a.m. Nov. 21. Police con- tacted the renters of the property in question and advised them of the city noise ordinance. Friends don't let/r/ends Police contacted the driver of a Suzuki in the 1300 block of North- west Gilman Boulevard at 2:39 a.m. Nov. 21 after somebody re- ported the driver to be drinking and dumping beer into a parking lot. Police found the driver to be NOTICES BACKUP CHILDCARE CAREGIVERS Synergy Homecare of East King County is looking for dependable Caregivers for Backup Childcare for large employees in East King County. Seeking caregivers with a flexible schedule due to some same-day assignments. Assignments range from 4-40+ hours. Requirements: Love children; reliable; punctual; work/family experience with children; a flexible schedule; reliable car; cell phone; read books and play games with children; CPR and First-Aid certified (or willing to get certified); will work in Issaquah Sammamish, Snoqualmie, Maple Valley, Renton and surrounding areas. 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A status hearing on this re- quest will be held on Decem- ber 14. 2009 at 4:15 pm at Courtroom 401. Fairbanks Courthouse. 101 Lacev St Fairbanks AK. Published in The Issaquah Press on 11/18/09,11/25/09, 12/02/09 & 12/09/09 02-1749 LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF ISSAQUAH PUBLIC NOTICE SEPA DETERMINATION SR900 Trail Revision File No. PLN09-00072 Pursuant to the provisions of Issaquah Ordinance No. 1633 and the State Environmental Policy Act, Chapters 43.21[c] RCW and WAC 197-11-510, notice is hereby given that the City of Issaquah did, on De- cember 2, 2009 issue a Re- vised Determination of Non- significance (DNS) for con- structing a pedestrian trail spanning Interstate-90 (I-90) at the freeway interchange of 1-90 and SR-900. The trail would be 1,642 feet long, ex- tending from the south side of 1-90 at the eastbound off- ramps, ending on the north side of i-90 at the intersection of SR-900 and NW Sammam- ish Road. Construction of the trail would be entirely within the WSDOT right-of-way. A portion of the trail would be lo- cated on the existing SR-900 bridge crossing over 1-90, the traffic lanes and shoulder widths on the bridge would be modified to accommodate the trail. On the north side of the 1-90 bridge, the trail will be supported by an elevated bridge to cross the westbound 1-90 on-ramp. The trail would impact 5,663 square feet (0.13 acres) of a Category 4 emer- gent wetland in a roadside ditch. Wetland mitigation is proposed off site, in City- owned Emily Darst Park. Miti- gation would create 13,068 square feet (2.3:1 mitigation ratio) of new wetland area. Name of Project: SR900 Trail Revision. File No. PLN09- 00072. This SEPA Determination re- vises the DNS previously is- sued on November 11, 2009. The applicant has provided additional information and re- vised plans to address com- ments received and to mitigate adverse impacts identified in the comments. Revisions in- clude adding trees to the land- scape plan to mitigate for tree removal, planting native trees and shrubs in critical areas temporarily impacted by con- struction activity. The revised SEPA determination also clari- fies potential visual impacts to adjacent businesses and sig- nage. After review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the agency, the City of Issa- quah has determined this pro- posal would not have a proba- ble significant adverse impact on the environment. This revised DNS is issued un- der WAC 197-11-340. The lead agency will not act on this proposal for 14 days. Com- ments may be submitted dur- ing the appeal period. Any person aggrieved by this de- termination may appeal by fil- ing a Notice of Appeal with the City of Issaquah Permit Center between December 2, 2009 and December 16, 2009. Ap- pellants should prepare specif- ic factual objections. Copies of the environmental determi- nation and other project appli- cation materials are available from the Issaquah Planning Department, 1775 12th Ave- nue NW. Peter Rosen, Environmental Planner, (425) 837-3094 Published in The Issaquah Press on 12-02-09 02-1750 LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF ISSAQUAH NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Urban Village Development Commission The Urban Village Develop- ment Commission (UVDC) will hold a Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 15th at Council Chambem lo- cated at 135 East Sunset Way. At this Public Hearing, the Commission will take pub- lic input on the Issaquah High- lands, Site Development Per- mit Application for Block 24 is appealable. Multi-Family project. Information regarding this ap- Notice is further given that plication may be obtained by anyone interested may appear contacting Lucy Sloman, Major at the Public Hearing and/or Development Review Team provide wdtten or verbal corn- (MDRT), 1775 12th Avenue ment prior to/or during the NW, Issaquah (425)837-3433 Hearing. Please direct corn- orlucys@ci.issaquah.wa.us ments to the contact listed be- low. All comments submitted Published in The Iseaquah prior to/or during the Hearing Press on 12/02/09 will be documented in the ap- plication file and will be for- warded to the UVDC for con- sideration. The decision, once rendered, ADVERTISING? 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 : ......................................... iii~ ! ~i~iii~iii~ii~i~i~i~iii~#i~iiiiiiiiii~iiiii#~iiiii!iiiii!i!iiiiii#iiii#!iiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! 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Sticks and stones A man in the 23100 block of Southeast Black Nugget Road said a neighbor had called his wife a name during a dispute in the parking lot prior to 4:32 p.m. Nov. 21. He told police he wanted officers to be aware of the inci- dent. Supemu~ket sweep A 30-year-old Issaquah woman was arrested after stealing gro- ceries from Fred Meyer, 6100 E. Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E., at 5:35 p.m. Nov. 21. The items, recovered by the store, were val- ued at $133.64. Arrest A 19-year-old Covington man was arrested for a weapons of- fense in the 100 block of East Sun- set Way at 4:33 p.m. Nov. 22. din't misbehaving A man left his three young chil- dren inside a vehicle, unsuper- vised, in the parking lot at Fred Meyer, 6100 E. Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E., at 6:09 p.m. Nov. 22. Police spoke to the man, who said he only left them alone for a few minutes. The children were fine, and said their father did not take them inside the store be- cause they had been misbehav- ing. goats gruff Police responded to a report of three goats in the road near Southeast Black Nugget Road and Highlands Drive Northeast at 9:56 a.m. Nov. 23. Police located the goats in the 24000 block of South- east Black Nugget Road and helped herd the goats back into a pen. Eastside Fire & Rescue reports for Dec, 2 At 9:30 a.m. Nov. 23, a unit from Station 76 re- sponded to a vehicle fire at 238th Avenue Southeast and Issaquah-Hobart Road. At 12:33 p.m. Nov. 24, two units from Station 73 pro- vided medical assistance at a vehicle fire at Southeast 62nd Street and Southeast Is- saquah-Fall City Road. At 7:19 p.m. Nov. 24, two units from Station 74 pro- vided emergency aid at a mo- tor vehicle accident at South- east 84th Street and South- east 87th Place. At 12:56 p.m. Nov. 27, two units from Station 72 re- sponded to a vehicle fire at Seventh Avenue Northwest and Newport Way Northwest. At 9:08 a.m. Nov. 29, a unit from Station 72 provided absorbent to clean a gas spill at Southeast Clark Street and Second Avenue Southeast. At 11:43 a.m. Nov. 30, three units from Station 72 provided emergency aid at a motor vehicle accident on state Route 900 to westbound Interstate 90 and Northwest Sammamish Road. At 9:22 a.m. Nov. 30, six units and a chaplain from Station 72 responded to a cardiac arrest at Big Tree Drive Northwest and Bear Ridge Drive Northwest. Marital problem A man in the 4600 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway South- east misdialed 911 at 1:56 p.m. Nov. 23. He said he had been at- tempting to call his wife. A 16-year-old Issaquah boy was arrested in a drug-related incident in the 1900 block of Northeast Park Drive at 2:32 p.m. Nov. 23. The case was forwarded to the King County Prosecutor's Office's juvenile section. 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