Half of the $10 million park bond passed by voters in November is set aside to restore the aging Julius Boehm Pool in Issaquah.
The project to create a better system for salmon habitat in Issaquah Creek is finally done. Originally scheduled to be completed in September 2013, the project was delayed by weather and ground water problems.
Dozens of Talus residents and concerned citizens filled Issaquah City Council chambers Tuesday night for a meeting of the Urban Village Development Commission regarding three parcels in the mountainside village.
The city of Issaquah has signed off on a permit to remodel the vacant 49,516 square-foot former Albertsons building at 5530 East Lake Sammamish Parkway into a two-tenant building, with Value Village being the primary tenant.
Concerned residents filled a conference room March 4 for a Shoreline public meeting about the proposed Seventh and Gilman project, the first major project to be proposed under the new Central Issaquah Plan.
Former Eastside Catholic vice principal, Mark Zmuda, who was fired from the school after it discovered he had married his same-sex partner in the summer of 2013, is suing the Archdiocese of Seattle and Eastside Catholic School for wrongful termination and discrimination. He will be seeking financial damages.
Klahanie residents again have said “no” to annexing to Issaquah. With the election certified Feb. 25, a total of 1,536 votes, or 50.53 percent of the total, rejected annexation. There were 1,504 votes, or 49.47 percent “yes” votes.
A five-story, 343-unit apartment complex is being planned for the former Lombardi’s restaurant site and the old Hi-Lo Mall in Issaquah. Los Angeles-based Lennar Multifamily Communities wants to develop the 6.09-acre site into a multi-family complex with 460 parking spaces, outdoor recreational spaces and a community garden adjacent to Issaquah Creek.
After a lengthy discussion at the Issaquah City Council Land and Shore committee Feb. 11, the full council voted to extend the moratorium on recreational marijuana businesses in Issaquah, until July 7.