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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2009 • C5 POLICE & FIRE Blown away Carsick A leaf blower and pressure washer were stolen from a resi- dence along 200th Avenue South- east prior to noon Nov. 27. The items were stored in a shed; pohce noted it lacked doors. The esti- mated loss is $1,300. Police stopped a 38-year-old woman driving around in the parking lot at QFC, 2902 228th Ave. S.E., at 9:17 a.m. Nov. 29. The officer recognized the woman and knew her license had been suspended. During the traffic stop, 210-Legei Notices i ihlll I I I i 02-1758 LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF ISSAQUAH PUBLIC NOTICE SEPA DETERMINATION Mitigated Determination of Nonslgnlflcance PLN09-00041 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 16, 2009 issue a Miti- gated Determination of Non- significance (MDNS) for re- placing approximately 15 feet of existing drain pipe and for corrective action to replace 5 trees cut within the 100-foot buffer of Issaquah Creek. The drain pipe is a landscape area french drain, is not part of the stormwater system and doesn't outlet to Issaquah Creek. The property address is 385 NW Gilman Blvd. Permit number: PLN09- 00041 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 DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340(2). The lead agency will not act on this pro- posal for 14 days. Anyone wishing to comment may sub- mit written comments to the Responsible Official between December 17, 2009 and De- cember 30, 2009. The Re- sponsible Official will reconsid- er the determination based on timely comments. Any person aggrieved by this determina- tion may appeal by filing a No- tice of Appeal with the City of Issaquah Permit Center be- tween December 31, 2009 and January 13, 2010. Appel- lants should prepare specific factual objections. Copies of the environmental determina- tion and other project applica- tion 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 12-16-09 02-1757 LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF iSSAQUAH NOTICE OF ORDINANCES PASSED BY ISSAQUAH CITY COUNCIL Following is a summary, by ti- tle, of the ordinances passed by the Issaquah City Council on December 7, 2009, to be published in the Issaquah Press on December 16, 2009, effective dates of December 21,2009. ORDINANCE NO. 2566 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ISSAQUAH, WASH- INGTON, ADOPTING BY REFERENCE SEVERAL AMENDMENTS TO THE IS- SAQUAH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; AMENDING THE CAP- ITAL FACILITIES ELEMENT TO REFLECT UPDATED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROVISIONS, TRANSPORTATION IM- PROVEMENT PROGRAM PROVISIONS AND LEVEL OF SERVICE CALCULATIONS; AMENDING THE LAND USE ELEMENT TO INCLUDE UP- DATED POPULATION AND HOUSEHOLD PROJEC- TIONS; AMENDING THE ZONING MAP AND LAND USE DESIGNATION MAP TO CHANGE THE LAND USE DESIGNATION AND ZONING OF CERTAIN PARCELS; AMENDING THE OLDE TOWN SUBAREA PLAN TO REMOVE SE BYPASS REF- ERENCES; AMENDING THE LAND USE ELEMENT TO ADD CLIMATE CHANGE TO THE LAND USE GOAL, OB- JECTIVES AND DISCUS- SION; AMENDING THE PARKS, RECREATION, OPEN SPACE AND TRAILS the woman first lied and said her license was no longer suspended, but then came clean. She said her passenger had been driving until the passenger started to feel ill. The officer allowed the passenger to drive them away, but cited the woman police had stopped for driving with a suspended license. Shattered image Officers responded to a sus- 210-Legal Notices i 21~Legal Notices : 210-Legal Notices ICE FUND NO. 205, CAPITAL IMPOSING CHARGES ON GENERAL OBLIGATION IMPROVEMENT FUND NO. THOSE PERSONS WHO BONDS, 2001 AND PAYING 301, UNEMPLOYMENT CAUSE DAMAGE AND/OR THE ADMINISTRATIVE FUND NO. 505, AND EQUIP-DESTRUCTION OF CITY- COSTS OF SUCH REFUND- MENT REPLACEMENT FUND OWNED PROPERTY; ADD- ING AND THE COSTS OF IS- NO. 515; INCREASING AP- ING A NEW SUBSECTION SUANCE AND SALE OF PROPRIATIONS AND IN- 3.65.040(A)(10)(f) TO ESTAB- SUCH BONDS; PROVIDING CREASING REVENUES IN LISH CHARGES FOR RENT- FOR AND AUTHORIZING THE CEMETERY FUND NO. AL EQUIPMENT; CHARGING THE PURCHASE OF CER- 105, LODGING TAX FUND EQUIPMENT RENTAL TAIN OBLIGATIONS OUT OF NO. 140, MITIGATION FUNDRATES TO ALL WORK PER- THE PROCEEDS OF THE NO. 310, LID #23 CON- FORMED BY THE PUBLIC SALE OF THE BONDS STRUCTION FUND NO. 366 WORKS OPERATIONS DE- HEREIN AUTHORIZED AND AND 2006 PARK BOND PARTMENT BY DELETING FOR THE USE AND APPLI- FUND NO. 395; AUTHORIZ- (3.65.040(D)(3); AND ESTAB- CATION OFTHE MONEY DE- ING THE FINANCE DIREC- LISHING AN EFFECTIVE RIVED FROM THOSE IN- TeR TO MAKE THE NECES- DATE. VESTMENTS; AUTHORIZING SARY ADJUSTMENTS; AND THE EXECUTION OF AN APPROVING PRIOR EXPEN- ORDINANCENO. 2571 AGREEMENT WITH U.S. DITURES. BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIA- AN ORDINANCE OF THE TIER, AS REFUNDING ORDINANCE NO. 2568 CITY OF ISSAQUAH, WASH-TRUSTEE; PROVIDING FOR INGTON, RELATING TO THE CALL, PAYMENT AND AN ORDINANCE OF THE CONTRACTING INDEBTED- REDEMPTION OF THE OUT- CITY OF ISSAQUAH, WASH- NESS; PROVIDING FOR THESTANDING BONDS TO BE INGTON, AMENDING SEC- ISSUANCE, SPECIFYING REFUNDED; ESTABLISHING TION 1 OF ORDINANCE NO. THE MATURITIES, INTER- A BOND REDEMPTION 2555 INCREASING AN IN- EST RATES, TERMS AND FUND; AND APPROVING TERFUND LOAN FROM THE COVENANTS OF UNLIMITED THE SALE AND PROVIDING EQUIPMENT RENTAL FUND TAX GENERAL OBLIGATION FOR THE DELIVERY OF THE #515 TO THE LOCAL IM- BONDS AUTHORIZED BY BONDS TO PIPER JAFFREY PROVEMENT DISTRICT #24 THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF& CO. OF SEATTLE, WASH- CONSTRUCTION FUND No. THE CITY AT A SPECIAL INGTON. 367 TO AN AMOUNT NOT TO ELECTION HELD THEREIN EXCEED $2,100,000. PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE ORDINANCE NO. 2573 NO. 2531; ESTABLISHING A AN ORDINANCE RELATING ORDINANCE NO. 2569 BOND REDEMPTION FUND TO LOCAL IMPROVEMENT AND A CONSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 23; FIXING AN ORDINANCE OF THE FUND; AND APPROVING THE AMOUNT, FORM, DATE, CITY OF ISSAQUAH, WASH- THE SALE AND PROVIDING INTEREST RATES, MATURI- INGTON, TERMINATING THE FOR THE DELIVERY OF THETY AND DENOMINATIONS RECIPROCAL TRANSPOR- BONDS TO PIPER JAFFREY OF THE LOCAL IMPROVE- TATION IMPACT FEE & CO., OF SEATTLE, WASH- MENT DISTRICT NO. 23 AGREEMENT WiTH KING INGTON. BONDS; PROVIDING FOR COUNTY; AMENDING CHAP- THE SALE AND DELIVERY TER 3.17 OF THE ISSAQUAH ORDINANCE NO. 2572 THEREOF TO PIPER JAF- MUNICIPAL CODE TO RE- FRAY & CO. IN SEATTLE, MOVE REFERENCES TO AN ORDINANCE OF THE WASHINGTON; AND FIXING RECIPROCAL IMPACT CITY OF ISSAQUAH, WASH-THE INTEREST RATE ON FEES, AND ESTABLISHING INGTON, RELATING TO LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DIS- AN EFFECTIVE DATE. CONTRACTING INDEBTED- TRICT NO. 23 ASSESSMENT NESS; PROVIDING FOR THEINSTALLMENTS. ORDINANCE NO. 2570 ISSUANCE OF $6,355,000 PAR VALUE OF LIMITED Complete text of the ordinan- AN ORDINANCE OF THE TAX GENERAL OBLIGATION ces is posted at City Hall, 130 CITY OF ISSAQUAH, WASH- REFUNDING BONDS, SER- E Sunset Way and the Issa- INGTON UPDATING WATER IES 2009B, OF THE CITY quah Public Library, 10 W. METER INSTALLATION FOR GENERAL CITY PUR- Sunset Way. Upon request to FEES AND FIRE HYDRANT POSES TO PROVIDE FUNDS the City Clerk's Office (425- METER RENTAL DEPOSITS; WITH WHICH TO PAY THE 837-3000), a copy will also be ADDING A NEW SECTION COST OF ADVANCE RE- mailed for a fee. 3.65.040(A)(11) TO THE IS- FUNDING THE CITY'S OUT-Published In The Issaqush SAQUAH MUNICIPAL CODE STANDING LIMITED TAX Prsss on12/16/09 Get your Issaquah news when you want it. For 109 years. Issaquah has enjoyed solid weekly news reporting in The Issaquah Press. 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Po- lice attempted to capture the dog at Front Street North and Inter- state 90 at 10:48 a.m., but the ani- mal eluded officers again. King County Animal Care and Control was advised about the dog. Police responded to a dog run- ning in the roadway at Northeast Gilman Boulevard and Front Street North at 9:26 a.m. Nov. 30. 02-175g LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF ISSAQUAH CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING RE ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT BALLOT PROPOSITIONS Notice is hereby given that the Issaquah City Council will hold a public hearing at its regular meeting of Monday, December 21, 2009 to consider supporting the District's Ballot Propositions (Nos. 1,2 and 3) which will appear before voters at the February 9, 2010 election. PROPOSITION NO. 1 ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT REPLACEMENT OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS LEVY Tim-bed Construction logs were stolen in the 10000 block oflssaquah-Ho- bart Road prior to 2:01 p.m. Nov. 30. The loss is estimated at $3,600. Pop, lock and drop it A lock was damaged on a Ford Windstar parked in the 300 block of Northwest Dogwood Street prior to 3:49 p.m. Nov. 30. The loss is estimated at $500. Chump change The Board of Directors of lssaquah School District No. 411 ap- proved Resolution No. 960, authorizing a replacement levy for education. This replacement levy funds district education pro- grams and school operations, and authorizes the following ex- cess levies to replace an expiring levy on all taxable property within the District: Approximate Collection Levy R~e/$1,000 L.QY..Y Years ~ Amount 2011 $ 1.93 $ 35,050,000 2012 $ 2.00 $ 37,475,000 2013 $ 2.09 $ 40,100,000 2014 $ 2.17 $ 42,900,000 Should this proposition be approved? PROPOSITION NO. 2, ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICTCAPITAL PROJECTS LEVIES The Board of Directors approved a levy for technology/moderni- zation. 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When her father came home, he yelled and said she was not supposed to invite friends to the residence. He told her she was grounded, forbid her to drive and set a new 10 p.m. curfew. The daughter said the ar- gument then turned physical. When police contacted the father, he said he had only spanked her, and that it had been the first time in 15 years. Credit wreck A man said someone requested an auto loan from his Experian account. Ford of Kirkland, 11800 124th Ave. N.E., called the man to verify the loan. Dealership offi- cials told the man the loan appli- cation had been made on a Web site. Someone applied for the loan prior to 7 a.m. Nov. 30. The applicant listed a fake name, birthday and Social Security number. Cart corra//ed A man stole a cart loaded with Eastside Fire & Rescue reports for Dec. 16 At 11:32 a.m. Dec. 9, a unit from Station 72 re- sponded to minor flooding at Northeast Lily Street and Northeast Logan Street. At 2:42 p.m. Dec. 9, a unit from Station 71 responded to a call of minor flooding on a dead end street off North- east Dogwood Street. A sec- ond unit was sent to South- east Clark Street and Second Avenue Southeast for the same flooding problem. At 9:21 p.m. Dec. 9, a unit from Station 71 rendered emergency aid at Rainier Boulevard North and First Avenue Northeast. At 1:02 p.m. Dec. 10, a unit from Station 71 re- sponded to a call of minor flooding at Front Street North and Southeast An- drews Street. At 3:15 p.m. Dec. 10, a unit from Station 72 re- sponded to minor flooding at Sixth and Seventh avenues Northwest. At 7:11 p.m. Dec. 10, a unit from Station 73 re- sponded to minor flooding at 250tli Avenue Southeast and 251st Place Southeast. At 7:27 p.m. Dec. 10, a unit from Station 71 re- sponded to a ca]] of minor flooding at Southeast An- drews and Southeast Bush streets. At 3:20 p.m. Dec. 11, two units from Station 71 re- sponded to minor flooding at Northwest Holly and North- west Juniper streets. At 6:10 p.m. Dec. 11, a unit from Station 71 re- sponded to minor flooding at 224th Avenue Southeast and Seventh Avenue Northwest. At 2:33 p.m. Dec. 12, three units from Station 73 responded to a vehicle fire at Southeast 82nd Street to westbound Interstate 90. At 2:34 p.m. Dec. 12, a unit from Station 72 re- sponded to minor flooding at Northwest Boulder Way Drive and Northwest Pebble Lane. At 3:01 p.m. Dec. 12, a unit from Station 71 re- sponded to minor flooding at Northwest Alder Court and Northwest Dogwood Street. At 4:32 p.m. Dec. 12, a unit from Station 75 re- sponded to minor flooding at Southeast Newport Way to eastbound Interstate 90 and Northwest Village Park Drive. At 10:28 p.m. Dec. 13, a unit from Station 75 re- sponded to minor flooding on a dead-end road off Northwest Oakcrest Drive. groceries and then fled QFC, 2902 228th Ave. S.E., at 10:33 p.m. Nov. 30. Employees told police the man fled in a red Cadillac, but the license number provided to police turned up a Honda Civic. The esti- mated loss is unknown. To bronze, or not to bronze A 27-year-old man spent time around Distinctive Tan, 3014 Is- saquah-Pine Lake Road S.E., and made employees nervous on four occasions between Nov. 22 and Dec. 2. Employees told police the man stood, sat or paced outside the salon for more than an hour at a time. On two occasions, the man signed up for a 20-minute tan. Timeless A watch was stolen in the 3000 block of Northeast Harrison Street prior to 10:03 a.m. Dec. 3. The loss is estimated at $3,500. Loud as a whisper Police responded to a noise complaint in the 200 block of Mountain Park Boulevard South- west at 12:37 a.m. Dec. 4 after a caller reported yelling in the area. Police heard loud talking and mu- sic, and warned the renter to lower the volume. Roo Too ty read_?. Police contacted a woman sit- ring in the 1400 block of North- west Sammamish Road with three frost-covered suitcases at 4:41 a.m. Dec. 4. The woman told po- lice she was waiting for Interna- tional House of Pancakes to open. The lssaquah Press publishes names of those arrested for DUI and those charged with felony crimes. Information comes directly from local police reports.