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One for beginners City making plans for Skate Park expansion STACY GOODMAN Pness REPORTER An addition to the hugely popular Skate Park would give less-skilled skaters an obstacle-filled area all their own. The city Parks and Recreation Department last year received a $50,000 grant from King County for improv- ing the Skate Park. City matching funds, in-kind dona— tions and grants from community members have boosted the budget to $83,000. “We want to have a flat area with street obstacles,” said Al Erickson, city parks and recreation manager. “We want to try to develop an area where the beginners and less-advanced (skaters) will have a place to practice.” The Skate Park will be expanded by 2,400 square feet to the area between the park and Community Center parking lot. The new area has yet to be designed, but plans are to add the obstacles that usually attract skaters —— curbs, steps and a concrete railing. Some of the money also will be used to install an 8- foot-high chain link fence around the entire park and a lockable gate, to prevent skaters from using it during hours other than 8 a.m. to dusk. The idea is to lock the fence during the hours it’s not supposed to be in use. Since the Skate Park opened last July, neighbors have complained about midnight skating, af/aeeforyou What are the four i needed to support y rlife“ parking lot. Members of the purpose? This weeknrid continue our current serie “Living Life On Purpose.” Join us for one of our identical Services Saturday at 6:30pm or " Sunday at 10:00am. Thu W66W‘ Quality “Celebrate Kids” program Steve Cull/er, Pastor In MEADOW CREK FOURSOUARE CHURCH "PSYCHIC SOLUIIONS” Life’s Challenges Spiritual Healing Awakening Conciousness Very Clear Intuitive Reading THE OLD ONE 425 427-8266 Now Open in the Community Center Lobby! R 5.. .3 Therapeutic massage on the Pine Lake Plateau Lori Thompson, LMP Joanne Fowler. LMP Cindy Middleton, LPN, LMP We Welcome New Patients! (425) 392-9181 Preferred Provider: Regenee Blue Shield EthIx/Nyicare Labor & Industries 22737 SE 29m Bldg A Pine Lake Dental-Medlcel TANGENTINOanIcom. .. - Ask about our Bonus Cards Premium Quality Photofinishing Right in Issaquah! “Guaranteed to Improve Your Image” Rainbow Photo \\ Premium Labs Since 1983 Meadows, near QFC 1590 NW Gilman Blvd. (425) 392-3220 Our Issaquah Store NOW OPEN ' A Factori- 12805 SE 38th St. (425) 644-3686 The Skate Park will be expanded by 2,400 square feet to the area between the park and Community Center Some of the money also will be used to install an 8—foot—high chain link fence around the entire park and a lockable gate. garbage has been a constant problem and police have had to monitor activity closely. “We’re still having trash,” Erickson said. “We’re still getting police calls over there. We’re still getting trouble. We’re trying to control that with the fence.” Skaters Association also have been working with parks staff and police to correct behavior at the park, Erickson said. One idea for improving the park had been to install a roof so the park could be used on even the rainiest days. But Erickson said the cost would have been “massive.” Erickson anticipated the addition could be built by fall. ‘Children of the Mines’ at Train Depot Tuesday The Issquah Historical Society will present a program called “Children of the Mines” just after a 7 pm. business meeting Tuesday at the historical Train Depot. A panel of three miners’ sons, Bill Evans, Milt Swanson and Les Adair, will share recollections of their father’s mining experiences. To follow will be a selected showing of “Firerock,” a video featuring mining in the Issaquah area. Cultural Plan ready for public review The draft Issaquah Cultural Plan recently was completed and is ready for public review. Copies are available at Pomegranate Center, 1400 N.W. Maple, or at the City Hall Northwest, 1775 12th Ave. N.W. The Cultural Plan will come before the Development Commission, and then the City Council for inclusion into the game/mo So she never forgets Who loved her first Before than was ever a boyfriend, ever a busband . . . there was Mom, and there was Dad. You loved berfirst, and forever best. At her graduation, give her the gift to always remind her. NAU LT 1971 A Ford Caurier‘crashédthrough a glass bay door at the Issaquah Fire Department about 1 pm. last Frid ‘ being hit by a Dodge .Durango just in front ofthe station at the intersection of East Sunset Way and 3 Avenue Southeast. The driVer of the Durango was attempting to turn left from Second Avenue,.but didn’t: , the, truck traveling westbpund on Sunset Way, according to Issaquah police. The force of the impact ~ smaller truck over the curb, across the driveway and into the glass door, which was a total loss. The drNel . the truck, a 72—year-old Issaquah man, suffered abrasions on one arm and a possible ankle injury. He was lake" to a local hospital'The driver and passenger of the Durango, a 28-year-old woman from Maple Valley an _, 4-year-old daughter, were uninjured. She was cited for‘failure to yield. No firefighting personnel was injured- NEWS BRIEFS Comprehensive Plan. Post offices open longer on Saturdays The Issaquah Post Office now is open longer hours on Saturday, part of an expansion in service of the US. Postal Service that includes more than a dozen postal facilities in the Seattle area. The Issaquah location, 400 N.W. " Gilman Blvd., is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 pm. Monday through Friday, and from 8:30 a.m. to 2 pm. Saturdays. issaquah receives youth sports grants King County has awarded three grants for improving youth sports facilities in the Issaquah area. In all, the county awarded more than $524,000 to 16 projects as part of its Youth Sports Facility Grant Program. Local projects receiving funds: D Meerwood Homeowners’ Association —- $50,000 to install play equipment, a sport court, pic- Town Country Square 1175 NW Gilman Blvd. Suite B-4 391-9270 ' These are 11 good reasons .to celebrate prom and graduation. Alcohol is not. Your good neighbor State Farm agent is taking this opportunity to remind everyone that when you invite alcohol to your prom and graduation celebration, you invite trouble. Celebrate smart. Celebrate safely. STAT! IARM INSURANC$ Tom Sessions 6415 E. Lk. Sammamish Parkway S.E. Issaquah, WA 98027 - (425) 391-0200 fax (425) 391-5363 B7TW@STATEFAHM.COM Like a good neighbor; State Farm is there. State Farm Insurance Companies - Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois nic tables and benches at neighbor- hood park Cl Issaquah Little League and Issaquah School District — $32,100 to develop a new baseball field and improve drainage at the existing field behind Issaquah Valley Elementary School C] Pine Lake Community Center $6,000 to replace play structure and safety surface PUBLIC MEETINGS C] ISSAQUAH LAND USE COMMITTEE meets 5 pm. Wednesday at City Hall Northwest in the Baxter Room, 1775 12th Ave. N.W. The agenda includes a meeting with the River & Streams Board to review the board’s activi— ties and disucss any recommenda- tions it may have regarding the Comprehensive Plan, or other city land-use codes or related policies. The committee also will review a proposed land-use—code amend— ment to require added conditions for any reduction in a steep slope buffer. C] ISSAQUAH DEVELOP- MENT COMMISSION meets at 7 pm. Wednesday at City Hall South, 135 E. Sunset Way. The (Sizes through 24) Gilman‘Village Issaquah (425) 313-1114 I. iffflfflfllfflflflllflll Sophisticated Elegance Unique Women’s Fashions Buddy Buddy serves as the faithful mascot for A551 ; ‘ OTH ‘ oman emp 1 store was building at: 3 by a fem; three or f0 “ ailing. Thr ted repe ‘ even after 0 and curler 5' ('D O O C .— D. g to Issal E' men weri ? but reporte 1| the beatin . victim hat Chest and n The woman llt could ha Ute about a MAN STR SHOWE. ‘ 22~year—old cOntusion r ‘fr on the he: '11 rod, acco anal l public hearing regarding Hyla , Crossing, also known as ROWley .Y“ Fire De Center, will be continued from. happened 0] l‘ on North“ l- Medics or tall but left i May 13 meeting. The prop0_53,l to develop 46 acres in the Vl‘:ml of Northwest Gilman Boulevar and 18th Avenue Northwest, including office buildings and .SA LONG intensive commercial use for a 9 total of 620,000 square feet. Thi meeting is televised within the on Channel 28. a ISSAQUAH LIBRARY d, about one BOARD meets at 7 pm Wednes le 18 about at the library, 120 E. Sunset way' {mess report Call 392-5430. ng about fix a ISSAQUAH RIVER AN6 e.rve to avo STREAMS BOARD meets at pm. Wednesday at City Hall Northwest in the Baxter R0011,"l I, 1775 12th Ave. N.W. There W11 an open discussion with Maya Frisinger. . a ISSAQUAH OPERATIO g COMMI’I'I‘EE meets at 5 1"“ Wednesday at City Hall N0rthw ‘ . 1775 12th Ave. N.W. v , i a ISSAQUAH UTILITIES ems COMMITTEE meets at 5 WW lam“ m Wednesday at City Hall N0rthw I“ eons” C] SAMMAMISH PLA Cr flnnvhu ” WATER & SEWER DIS at 50'1"“! Board of Commissioners meets 3 pm. Monday at the distrlct business Office, 1510 228th Ali S.E. Llsilquah polii *1 Integra up bound lane "it i . “Same Pric aSh or Cre l‘v‘ Beaver Lake Middle School. She is three years old and favorite pastimes include basketball, trail hiking and sleeping. Buddy shares her home with Patrick and June Ford of Issaquah. Your pet may: feature beginnr All you have to d Bio may included Pe interesting information. Send it to: selected to appear in the monthly February 25. PO. Box 1328 Issaquah, WA 98027