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City working to add more downtown parking spots Redmond City Council presented with expansion plans at study session SAMANTHA PAK spak@redmond-reporter.com

As more businesses and residents move into downtown Redmond, city staff are working on plans to expand parking in the area to accommodate the growth. Erika Vandenbrande, an economic development manager for the City of Redmond, was part of a team that presented to Mayor John Marchione and City Council during Tuesday’s study session, updating them on the status of the downtown parking program. The program is divided into three different projects: on-street parking, public-private off-street parking and building a parking lot for public parking.

Karen Barker is the new principal at Emily Dickinson Elementary School, Emily Dickinson Preschool and Explorer Community School. The Bellevue native has previously taught in the Northshore School District and this is her first year as a principal. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter

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EXPANDING ON-STREET PARKING The first project city staff are working on is expanding the timelimited parking around downtown. The initial program for two-hour parking and on-street enforcement began in January 2010. Vandenbrande said the goal was to encourage parking turnover downtown. She explained that the main reason for this was because businesses were approaching the city with concerns that customers were having difficulty finding convenient parking because downtown workers, transit center commuters and others were using the nearby spots for long-term parking. Time-limited parking has helped to mitigate this problem, she said. “Multiple people can use the same space to access the area,� Vandenbrande said. [ more PARKING page 3 ]

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also attended the school. But new families — international families — are Washington University and moving into the neighbora master’s degree in science from Emporia State Univer- hood as well. McArdle said sity in Emporia, Kan. In the because of this, the community is in flux and she would spring, she completed the like to see how they can one-year Danforth Educabuild bridges between the tional Leadership Program two populations. at the University When asked of Washington, a about what she’s program that trains looking forward teachers for leaderto this school year, ship positions in McArdle said: education. “Being in a posiAlthough the tion to make kids’ Danforth program Kirsten McArdle education better. I ended in June, Barkthink we can build a er was hired for her lot of bridges here.” new job in March. “That was really MATTHEW exciting because LIVINGSTON it’s really my dream Although Livingscome true to work ton’s new schools here,” she said — Community about joining the Matthew Livingston School (grades 1-6) LWSD team. “The and International approach they have Community School toward student (grades 7-12) — are in Kirklearning is phenomenal.” All new administrators in land, the choice schools serve LWSD begin their new jobs students district wide. Unlike Barker and McAron July 1 and Barker has dle, this is Livingston’s first spent her first two months time working in a Washingon the job learning about ton school district. Before her new schools, which are coming to LWSD, he worked all on the same campus, at the San Francisco Unified and the district. School District as a teacher Barker has been spendand then a principal. ing this week with staff on He received his doctordevelopment and training, ate in education leadership discussing curriculum, from the University of Caliassessment, collaboration fornia Berkeley in May. teams and how they will Because he’s also new to meet their goals for the year. the state, Livingston said One thing Barker is one of his biggest challenges looking forward to this is learning new terminoloyear is the new netbooks, gy, graduation requirements or mini laptops, that will and other aspects of the be brought into the school. These computers are part of Washington school system. Despite this challenge, a district-wide program in Livingston feels fortunate the elementary schools to to be where he is and is eliminate student desktop computers and have mobile excited to meet his students come Tuesday. access to technology. “They’re the reason I do this work,” he said. “I’m KIRSTEN MCARDLE really excited to meet them Like Barker, McArdle spent her years before com- and of course see the classrooms in action.” ing to LWSD in another Washington school district. The new principal for Nor- OTHER ADMINISTRATION CHANGES IN REDMOND man Rockwell Elementary In addition to new prinSchool in Redmond previcipals, Redmond schools ously taught in the Issaquah will also see a few principals School District for seven moving within LWSD: years and was a fellow cohort Tina Livingston, the in the Danforth program former principal at Norman with Barker. Her additional Rockwell, has moved to Rosa experience includes teachParks Elementary School. ing in schools in California, Cindy Duenas, the former Vermont and Connecticut. principal at International McArdle said she applied to work at LWSD because the Community and Community as well as Environmental and district really embraces and believes in big things for their Adventure School (another choice school open to all students and works hard to students in the district), will make these things happen. become the planning princi“It really aligned with pal for the new STEM school my core values and what I just outside of Redmond in believed in,” she said. unincorporated King County, McArdle said she wanted set to open fall 2012. to work at Norman Rockwell because the community is very close knit, with More story online www.redmond-reporter.com students whose parents have

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While the additional parking spaces will add convenience and accessibility to downtown Redmond, Vandenbrande said sometimes, people need to spend more than two hours in the area. For these situations people can purchase monthly permits for longterm parking downtown, which apply to specific

The city is planning to add more time-limited parking spaces to the downtown area. BILL CHRISTIANSON, Redmond Reporter areas within downtown. Permits are $50 per month. But for out-of-town visitors or people in town just for the day, a monthly permit is not a viable option. So for this, Vandenbrande said they are proposing the city partner with private businesses to provide shared, paid off-street parking. She said downtown business owners have recognized the need for parking and some are willing to offer their businesses’ private lots for long-term parking

using the Metro funds. “Those funds are dedicated to restoring that parking lot someday,� she said. Allen explained that the space was once a sculpture park that was converted into a parking lot when the City Hall parking garage was being built and they needed somewhere for city employees to park in the meantime. Once the garage was complete, Allen said Metro approached them about leasing the lot for a few years while the Redmond Transit Center garage was being built. Allen said the city agreed, promising citizens they would use the money to restore the lot back to some sort of green space. Council asked city staff to look into other funding sources to close the $119,000 gap for the new parking lot and report back to Council in six months, according to Council president Richard Cole. Vandenbrande said things are too early in the planning stage to ask for any action from the council in regard to the downtown lot as well as the shared paid lots. She said right now city staff are just developing the projects and seeing how they can make improve the downtown parking situation. “We all acknowledge that we need more parking in downtown,� Cole said.

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to paying drivers. “The idea is not to add private parking lots,� Vandenbrande said. She said working with private businesses is also beneficial for the city because “they have the best knowledge of where customers want to have access.� Allen added that drivers who park in a shared lot and patronize that specific business would be able to get their parking validated and not have to pay. She also said the city would initially try this

The final portion of the downtown parking program is building a downtown parking lot that will be at Bear Creek Parkway and Leary Way, which is estimated to cost $700,000. The specific size of the parking lot, which is currently a construction staging site filled with materials and equipment, has not been determined. Nor has the decision whether to have the lot be paid or free, Vandenbrande said. She said the city currently has accumulated funding through 2016, which would put construction beginning in 2017. But with the growth downtown, she said they are proposing to accelerate the process to get things started as soon as 2013. “There’s just a lot of activ-

ity happening downtown,� Vandenbrande said about the need for the lot now. The city currently has $550,000 set aside in capital improvement funds for the project and Vandenbrande said they are looking at ways to close the funding gap to have the surface lot constructed sooner. One of these ways would be to coordinate with other construction projects happening or scheduled to happen in the area at the same time such as the downtown storm water project and Redmond Central Connector. Vandenbrande said this would help close the funding gap because construction equipment and materials would already be onsite and there would be no need to bring them in again at a future date. “These are efficiencies that can be achieved by having the different projects coordinate with each other,� she said. Another way to close the funding gap for the downtown parking lot would be to use $119,000 in funds the City of Redmond received when King County Metro leased the parking lot on 160th Avenue Northeast, south of Northeast 90th Street. Allen said while the council supports accelerating the parking lot’s process, they don’t support

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crashing. Avoid using cell phones, iPods and other activities that cause inattentive driving. Don’t rush into and out of driveways. Expect pedestrians on the sidewalk, especially around schools and in neighborhoods. Stop at stop signs. It seems self-evident, but research shows that more than one-third of drivers roll through stop signs in school zones and neighborhoods. Watch for bikes. Children on bicycles are often unpredictable so expect the unexpected.

It may be tempting to drive around a stopped school bus, but not only is it dangerous, it’s against the law. In Washington, school districts can now install and operate automated school bus safety cameras to detect traffic violations involving overtaking or meeting a school bus. LWSD does not use the cameras “because of the expense, but we do report violations to the police,” according to district director of communications Kathryn Reith. If you can’t or won’t meet these minimum safety rules, at least do kids one favor: drive a route that doesn’t take you past a school.

● L E T T E R S . . . Y O U R O P I N I O N C O U N T S : To submit an item or photo: e-mail letters@redmond-reporter.com; mail attn Letters, Redmond Reporter, 8105 166th Ave. NE, Suite 102; fax 425.867.0784. Letters may be edited for style, clarity and length. about having to pay for special pathShall we start charging the hikers? as general local and state taxes. A ways coming out of their pockets. bicycle fee is double taxation. Joan Cabreza, Redmond I think it is time to reinstate a That said, his point that cyclists program I grew up with during the need to ensure they know traffic Bryan Myrick’s Aug. 26 column 1940s. laws for bicycles is valid. But hopeon the need for cyclists to pay a Bryan Myrick’s Aug. 26 column fully groups like Cascade Bicycle James L. Robinson, Redmond “user-specific fee for the privilege is right to the point concerning Club and events like the Seattle to to roll on the street” because they bicyclists and the way they behave Portland (STP), can help promote “need to participate more directly on the street. this knowledge. But assessing yet in financing of the roads they enjoy another fee is not the way to do it. They may feel like they pay using” is ridiculous. enough already, but the special To the drinkers who shatter their What’s next? Start charging Riders already pay their fair pass-ways for bikers is paid for by beer bottles on the trails, sidewalks, people to use the sidewalk? And share; I don’t know of any cyclist the ones who drive the cars to and and bike paths: Please stop! maybe if they use a skateboard or The rest of us don’t want to walk who is not also a car owner, and from wherever they go. push a stroller, we should license they pay their share of road mainte- those too? Or how about trail use? Bikers can pedal to wherever they or ride through your broken glass. want to go and not have to worry Kathleen Myers, Redmond nance via their vehicle taxes, as well Trail maintenence costs money.

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en and a half years after the Nisqually earthquake shook Washington and exposed just how vulnerable many of our decades-old bridges and roads are to collapse during a major storm or seismic event, we’re finally taking action. Instead of just talking about replacing the Evergreen Point floating bridge or the Alaskan Way Viaduct, we’re moving forward for a change — as anyone who regularly uses State Route 99 or State Route 520 has undoubtedly noticed. But these and other projects that voters have consistently told elected leaders they want kept on track are now threatened by a new initiative,

I-1125, which would jeopardize our ability to use tolls and toll-backed bonds to cover our costs. Sponsored by Tim Eyman, I-1125 would require the Legislature to vote each time toll rates need to be changed and prohibit the state from using toll money for anything except the improvement of the facility where it raised. Additionally, it would ban the state from using variable tolling on future projects or setting new variable toll rates. That would mean that the state would have to force drivers who plan trips before or after rush hour to pay more. (The current tolling plan for SR 520 flexibly allows drivers to pay a lower toll if they Andrew Villeneuve

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he ringing of school bells tells us kids are back in class. It also should tell drivers to slow down. The first day of school in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) is Tuesday, Sept. 6 and Redmond Police will be doing extra enforcement in and around school zones to make sure children and citizens get off to a safe start this academic year. Officers will use speed trailers and enforce regulations pertaining to speed, crosswalks and parking. In addition, the traffic-enforcement cameras on Northeast 116th Street in front of Einstein Elementary School will be re-activated. Whether you agree with the cameras or not, you will be caught if you go over the 20 mph speed limit — and a caught-on-camera ticket will cost you $124. Cameras are live only when the yellow beacons are flashing during school days, generally from 8:35 to 8:55 a.m., 3:25 to 3:40 p.m. and Wednesday afternoon from 1:55 to 2:15 p.m. School zones – with a 20 m.p.h. speed limit – are there for a reason. They save lives. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a pedestrian struck by a vehicle traveling at 20 m.p.h. is nearly two-thirds less likely to be killed compared to a pedestrian struck by a vehicle traveling at 30 m.p.h. The minimum fine for speed violations in a school zone is $189, depending on speed. AAA and the Redmond Police Department (RPD) have some other good advice. Research shows that taking your eyes off the road for just two seconds doubles your chances of

cross Lake Washington during offpeak hours). But that’s not all. The initiative also seeks to prevent the state from transferring part of Interstate90’s Homer M. Hadley Memorial Bridge over to Sound Transit – even though a decades-old agreement calls for putting high-capacity transit there, and even though voters overwhelmingly approved Sound Transit’s specific plan to replace the I-90 express lanes with HOV lanes and then put East Link light rail where the express lanes are now. Some of I-1125’s provisions have been recycled from Eyman’s previous attempts to play transportation planner, which have all ended in failure. I-745, which would have required 90 percent of

the state’s transportation budget to go to roads, was overwhelmingly defeated in 2000. So was Eyman’s 2008 measure, I-985, which tried to restrict how toll money could be appropriated. I-985 lost in nearly every county in the state by lopsided margins. A third measure from 2002 – I-267 - did not even qualify for the ballot. In 2005, voters also rejected I-912 (an attempt to repeal gas taxes) which Eyman strongly supported, but did not sponsor. The electoral history speaks for itself. We, the people of Washington, have repeatedly made it clear to Eyman and his wealthy benefactors that we don’t want them in charge of our transportation planning.

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investigation ranging through several countries before she was extradited from England over the summer. Now Smith has a scheduling hearing Sept. 7 in King County Superior Court and also has waived her right to a speedy trial, which normally would have called for her to face her accusers by December. Instead, her attorney, Gary Davis, of the Seattlebased Associated Counsel for the Accused, has asked for extra help in handling the case and has argued that the matter has become nearly overwhelmingly complex. Davis did not respond to a request for comment, and his attempt to have a second defense attorney appointed by the court later was denied. But in his request for help, Davis told how the death and subsequent search for Smith has come to involve thousands of

documents, hundreds of contacts by investigators and possibly 24 non-lawenforcement witnesses, some of whom speak only the Thai language. Besides that, there are 18 officers who may be called to testify, he added. “The defense has received the first installment of 900 pages of discovery, along with notice ... there will be approximately several thousand pages forthcoming to be delivered in several banker boxes,� Davis said in his filings. Davis argued that the charges “are largely circumstantial� and there are no eyewitnesses. “The murder investigation took five years to complete and extended into Oregon, California and ultimately to Thailand,� Davis added. It’s expected to take “an extensive amount of time� to contact and interview potential witnesses, he continued, and the defense also expects to raise “specific issues� about the

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collection of crime-scene evidence. Davis argued that a second attorney would be needed to “keep the case moving forward and allow the defense to be better prepared for trial and for any post-conviction motions, if necessary.� All the legal activity concerns a tangled series of relationships that ended with the death and a poisoning in the fall of 2006. At the time, according to charging documents, Smith and Lewis had been dating. Smith, who originally was from Thailand, learned that Lewis was planning on meeting another woman, Thanyarat O. Sengpharaghanh, who was known as “Nina.� Lewis then had returned from a

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But they’re not listening. So much for respecting the will of the voters. Years of public outreach and planning have gone into projects like SR 520’s new Evergreen Point floating bridge, which I-1125 would carelessly disrupt. For instance, the Legislature specifically empowered an independent commission to set toll rates to ensure that the process would not be hijacked by political gamesmanship. I-1125 would strip this independent commission of its authority, which State Treasurer Jim McIntire says would imperil bond sales for the new bridge. “Requiring tolls to be set and adjusted by the Legislature rather than by an independent toll-setting body makes the cost of bonds secured solely by toll revenue prohibitively expensive and would be unprecedented nationally,� McIntire said after his office completed a review of the initiative. “We simply cannot sell toll-backed bonds if the Legislature is the toll-setting authority... By removing toll-only bonds from consideration, passage of Initiative 1125 would blow a huge hole in the financing plan for 520.� Projects like the new Evergreen Point floating bridge, deep bore tunnel in Seattle, or Columbia River Crossing are not just needed to keep traffic moving and drivers safe. They’re crucial to our state’s economic security. They provide jobs and give employers confidence that Washington will continue to be a good place to do business. A state that doesn’t invest in its highways and bridges (or schools and hospitals) is not going to attract entrepreneurs. The only way we can afford to make sorely needed transportation investments is to pool our resources. That’s what we’re doing each time any of us pays a toll: chipping in to help cover the costs of building bridges that can survive earthquakes. This autumn, help keep Washington rolling by voting NO on Tim Eyman’s I-1125. Andrew Villeneuve is the founder and executive director of the Northwest Progressive Institute, a Redmond-based grassroots organization. Villeneuve can be reached at andrew@ nwprogressive.org.

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stroke from a lack of oxygen. She recovered, and Smith also is charged with first-degree assault for that poisoning. Laboratory tests found a toxic insecticide known as Methomyl inside the liqueur bottle and the two glasses used by Lewis and Nina. Kirkland detectives then interviewed Smith, who told them she and Lewis had been living together for 18 months. When detectives later tried to find Smith again, they determined she’d flown first to Los Angeles on Oct. 12, 2006, and then to Taipei, Taiwan. She then went to Thailand and was hunted by U.S. marshals, who arrested her in London in 2008. Extradition proceedings went on for about two years, and Smith was returned to Seattle in June. She’s being held in the King County jail in lieu of $5 million bail. She faces a sentence of life in prison if convicted.

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As a global health organization, Medical Teams International (MTI) in Redmond serves alongside grassroots organizations, churches and health ministries in more than 70 countries. MTI teams travel all around the world to work with people who are victims of natural disasters, conflict and poverty and beginning Sept. 10, they will bring that world to the MTI Mike and Kathy Holmgren Center at 9680 153rd Ave. N.E. in Redmond. The REAL. LIFE. Exhibit will feature eight locations where MTI serves or has served, including Moldova, Uganda, Haiti and Mexico. MTI Executive Director James Mhoon said the purpose of the free exhibit is to give people a sense of what MTI is and what they do. He said one of the organization's goals is to improve the level of health care in the areas they serve before the disaster or conflict. Mhoon explained that they usually work in developing countries where health care is already poor so when disaster strikes, the death rate increases significantly. "Our goal is to slow that statistic down," he said. "We come in and help provide the health care."

Beginning Sept. 10, the REAL. LIFE. Exhibit will be open to the public at the Medical Teams International Redmond location at 9680 153rd Ave. N.E. in Redmond. CHAD COLEMAN, Redmond Reporter The exhibit features real photos taken on location, enlarged on the walls so people walking through will feel immersed in the scene. Visitors will see models of lifesized huts, makeshift shelters and triage centers where people live and work. There will also be a 23foot simulated wave to recreate a smaller version of the Indonesian tsunami in 2004, which had waves up to 98 feet tall. In addition to devastation, REAL. LIFE. also features "after" scenes of locations that have been transformed by volunteer teams, showing that there is still hope

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even in these dire situations. The exhibit ends with an action room where visitors can write and fill "I Will" envelopes with what they can do to help. Whether it's donating, volunteering, praying or posting something on Facebook, Mhoon said there are all kinds of actions people can take. He added that they anticipate most visitors being junior high and high school students so even the smallest acts contribute to the cause. "There's something everybody can do," he said. "All of that helps." Carol Buchan, a graphic

designer and volunteer helping with the exhibit, said the displays will be "quite a dose of reality" for people and make them feel like they are really on location. The Seattle resident got involved in the spring and has been helping to install the signage. She said she has had experience doing signage on boats but the size and proportions of the REAL. LIFE. work have been a bit of a challenge because she has never done anything so big. Despite these challenges, she is excited to see the exhibit when it opens — as is everyone else involved. "This is great," Buchan said. "There's a lot of energy in the building right now." REAL. LIFE. started at MTI's Tigard, Ore. location, where the organization began and is based. After seeing how successful and effective the exhibit was, MTI staff decided to expand and bring the exhibit to the Redmond MTI, which is the only location in the state. Mhoon said planning for the exhibit began about two and a half years ago and construction has taken about a year. The exhibit is sponsored by former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and his family, who have been involved with MTI for the last three years.

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REDMOND SELECT GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS Redmond Select will soon be hosting tryouts for girls entering grades 5-8 to develop skills and play basketball in a competitive environment. Tryouts will be held on Monday, Sept. 12 in the Redmond High School gym, with fifth and sixth grades going from 6-7:30 p.m. and seventh and eighth grades from 7:30-9 p.m. Participants are asked to arrive 30 minutes early to register. Open gyms will also be held prior to tryouts, on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6-7:30. For more information regarding tryouts, contact Kelli Egberg at jkegberg@comcast.net.

As more of a specialized sport than the other fall offerings for student-athletes at Redmond High School, golf has always been about quality over quantity for head coach Chris Zimmerman. Although only 14 kids tried out for the boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; golf team this year, 11 of them are returning from last season, and four of them played in the 4A state tournament just last spring. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a deeper team this year than in years past,â&#x20AC;? Zimmerman said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Looking at the scores during tryouts, our guys were all playing pretty well.â&#x20AC;? The Redmond boys will be headlined by the Rudnicki twins, Oliver and Lyle, who are fourth-year varsity starters. They had a very busy summer of golf, playing in the Nature Valley First Tee Open on the Champions Tour at Pebble Beach, along with a number of Washington Junior Golf Association events. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seen them since last October, and just seeing them this year, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve filled out and theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re hitting the ball so much further,â&#x20AC;? said Zimmerman on the twins. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve turned into good, young men and good players... I think theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re both going to put up some really good numbers this year.â&#x20AC;? [ more GOLF page 12 ]

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