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                                At a an Oct. 14 special meeting the Issaquah City Council unanimously voted to oppose Initiative 976.

Issaquah City Council votes to oppose Initiative 976

Measure jeopardizes priority transportation projects.

 

Regional Clean Fuel Standard presentation

The city council learns about upcoming proposal.

 

Water discussions continue flowing at city

Fluoridation, status updates, and county approval were all on tap at a recent meeting.

 

From left: Barbara de Michele and Tim Flood compete for Issaquah City Council Position 3 in the Nov. 5 general election. Courtesy photos

Issaquah City Council Position 3 candidates discuss

Candidates Barbara de Michele and Tim Flood compete for the seat.

From left: Barbara de Michele and Tim Flood compete for Issaquah City Council Position 3 in the Nov. 5 general election. Courtesy photos
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                                3-year-old Sylvie watches the Salmon Days Oct. 5 Grande Parade from atop Corey Derr’s shoulders, waving at all the princesses.

Salmon Days draws wide crowd

50th annual festival, fair, food and fun.

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                                3-year-old Sylvie watches the Salmon Days Oct. 5 Grande Parade from atop Corey Derr’s shoulders, waving at all the princesses.
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                                Michele Kemper and Zach Hall are both running for Issaquah City Council Position 2 in the Nov. 5 General Election.

Issaquah City Council Position 2 between Zach Hall and Michele Kemper

The two candidates weigh in on important local issues before Nov. 5 general election.

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                                Michele Kemper and Zach Hall are both running for Issaquah City Council Position 2 in the Nov. 5 General Election.
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Mayor’s proposed budget presents bleak picture

Increased fees, taxes could be in city’s future.

Issaquah City Hall. File photo
At left: Issaquah Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at RIVA townhomes on Sept. 24. Front row, from left: Conner Homes team Erin Fowler, Michael Lorenz, Charlie Conner and Libby Thacker; second row: Wendy Romine, Eric Espey, James Yorkston, Queen of Issaquah Katie Bosseler, and the SUHRCO property management team. Natalie DeFord/Staff photo

Conner Homes opens RIVA townhomes in Issaquah

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Sept. 24, grand opening event will take place on Sept. 28.

At left: Issaquah Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at RIVA townhomes on Sept. 24. Front row, from left: Conner Homes team Erin Fowler, Michael Lorenz, Charlie Conner and Libby Thacker; second row: Wendy Romine, Eric Espey, James Yorkston, Queen of Issaquah Katie Bosseler, and the SUHRCO property management team. Natalie DeFord/Staff photo
Construction site of the future Poplar Building office space at 2005 NW Poplar Way. Natalie DeFord/Staff photo

How will construction projects impact Issaquah?

A look at current projects throughout the city.

Construction site of the future Poplar Building office space at 2005 NW Poplar Way. Natalie DeFord/Staff photo
A submission from a previous year’s Apple Art competition held annually by the Downtown Issaquah Association. The submission deadline for this year’s contest is Oct. 12. Courtesy of Ekta Gupta.

Apple art competition submissions begin now

Celebrate the harvest season at Issaquah Goes Apples Oct. 19.

A submission from a previous year’s Apple Art competition held annually by the Downtown Issaquah Association. The submission deadline for this year’s contest is Oct. 12. Courtesy of Ekta Gupta.
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                                Issaquah City Hall.

Issaquah’s 2019 National Community Survey

Issaquah recently received the results of a National Research Center 2019 National Community Survey (NCS). The results were presented at the Sept. 3 city council… Continue reading

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                                Issaquah City Hall.