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Mayor Marchione says city will not forward signatures to county; Harlan calls decision ‘insulting’ BILL CHRISTIANSON bchristianson@redmond-reporter.com

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ince 1976, Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center has been helping people with physical and cognitive disabilities get back on that horse and make their everyday lives easier. And beginning January 2012, the Woodinville-based organization will expand its services to Dunmire Stables in Redmond at 18669 N.E. 106 St. Little Bit currently serves more than 230 riders and once the two phases of construction are complete on the 17plus acres of land in Redmond, Executive Director Kathy Alm said they will

be able to double their capacity. The first phase of construction — a welcome center and an existing, upgraded indoor arena — is already complete, which allows Little Bit to bring 12 classes with a total of 36 riders to Redmond. “We’re going to be limited because we only have one bathroom until we complete phase two,� Alm said. “Our hope is to build phase two next year.� Phase two will include an outdoor covered arena, a quarter-mile race track that can be used to exercise horses when they are not working and therapy rooms for in-room therapy. Alm said the latter would allow Little

Bit to be a full-treatment facility. Alm said the cost to complete both phases of construction is about $11 million and they have raised $8.7 million. The nonprofit is currently trying to raise $250,000 by the end of the year as part of a Murdock Foundation challenge grant. If they reach this goal, the Murdock Foundation will match that amount. Little Bit still has about $50,000 to raise. According to its website, Little Bit began after Margaret Dunlap teamed up with riding instructor Debra Powell Adams at Woodinville Riding Club. [ more LITTLE BIT page 8 ]

Redmond elected officials are not giving the green light to a citizen-driven petition calling for a vote on Redmond’s trafficenforcement camera program. Mayor John Marchione said the city has no plans of turning the 6,050 signatures over to King County to be validated for a possible ballot item in a special election next February. Elected city officials were advised they were not required to forward the petition, based on a recent state Court of Appeals decision INSIDE in Bellingham, Marchione said Wednesday afternoon t.BZPS $JUZ $PVODJMQSFTJEFOU in a conference room at explain city’s next City Hall. steps concern“Our attorney has ing traffic safety advised us that this parcamera program. ticular topic is not subject t5JN&ZNBOCMBTUT to the initiative process city for decision and therefore the state regarding petition. law does not apply in this See PAGE 4. case,� Marchione said. “We have no intention of turning these into the county, but we are weighing their input with all the other input we have received.� Marchione said City Council members will use the petition effort as public input when they consider extending the one-year pilot program by Dec. 1. Union Hill resident and Redmond businessman Scott Harlan, the main organizer for Redmond’s first-ever citizen-driven initiative, said city leaders are “obstructing the initiative process that their citizens have engaged in.� “They are not even getting this out of the starting gate,� Harlan said. “It’s an insult to the entire population of registered voters. There’s plenty of time after it gets certified for the lawyers to take over.� Harlan claims Redmond is breaking state law RCW 35.21.005, which requires city officials to forward the petition to the county within three business day of receipt so the county auditor can validate the signatures. The law states, “Within three working days after the filing of a petition, the officer with whom the petition is filed shall [ more PETITION page 7 ]


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Transportation, economy dominate talk at candidates panel on that bridge. He said the system would work better if both bridges were tolled. Wright, the lone supporter of I-1125, said there are a number of concerns when it comes to tolling. He added that he thought the toll fees are too high.

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Transportation and economic development were the main topics of discussion for City of Redmond candidates at the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon Wednesday afternoon. The panel featured the seven candidates in the five city races on the November ballot — two of which are being contested. City of Redmond planning commissioner Tom Flynn and Microsoft accountant Joel Wright are running for City Council Pos. 5 — currently held by Council President Richard Cole, who will retire at the end of this term. Redmond resident Sue Stewart is challenging incumbent council member David Carson for Pos. 7. Redmond Mayor John Marchione and incumbent city council members Hank Myers (Pos. 1) and Hank Margeson (Pos. 3) are also up for reelection but are running unopposed. Candidates answered five predetermined questions during the luncheon, which focused on the city’s future. It was clear, according to all seven candidates,

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From left: City Council candidates Tom Flynn, Joel Wright, Sue Stewart and David Carson. Flynn and Wright are squaring off for Pos. 5, while Stewart is challenging Carson for Pos. 7. The two races are the city’s only contested elections on the November ballot. BILL CHRISTIANSON, Redmond Reporter

that improving transportation and developing the economy are key factors in creating a thriving Redmond.

TOLLING ON 520 With State Route 520 being a key highway for the city and the Eastside, candidates were asked whether they supported I-1125, an initiative that if passed, would hinder tolling on the SR-520 bridge and other roads. Backed by Tim Eyman, this measure would prohibit the use of motor vehicle fund revenue and vehicle toll

revenue for non-transportation purposes. In addition, it would require that road and bridge tolls be set by the Legislature — not the state Transportation Commission — and be project-specific. The initiative would break apart the state’s vision of using tolls to help build highways, according to analysis by the state Office of Financial Management (OFM). Six out of the seven candidates said they opposed the initiative with Wright being the only one in favor of the initiative. Flynn said he does not support the initiative

because the lack of tolling money on the SR-520 bridge would delay construction of the new bridge. Stewart agreed. “I do not support (I-1125),� she said. Stewart said tolling on the bridge undercuts their ability to fund the construction project and would lower the government’s credibility because it would extend the project and add to its cost. Carson, who also opposed the initiative, said drivers will take the route of least resistance and tolling on SR-520 will divert drivers to Interstate 90, causing more traffic

Another key factor candidates spoke about in improving transportation in and around Redmond was making the streets accessible to all types of users: drivers, bus riders, cyclists and pedestrians. Carson said one way to do this is to execute plans that have already been approved. “There are a lot of things that we have done in the last four years,� he said. Some of these plans are projects currently under construction, but Carson said one obstacle the city faces is funding because money doesn’t just grow on trees. Many of the candidates said completing the street grid in downtown Redmond will also help in connecting the city for all users. Light rail was another discussion topic when it came to transportation as it will be one more way to bring people to the city.

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Hudson pulls out of school board race the LWSD school board and the current president, said she was happy to see she no longer had an Cynthia Hudson has withdrawn opponent and is working to get the from the Lake Washington School information out to voters. District (LWSD) school board race “Since most will get their inforfor District 1, which covers the Finn mation in the voters pamphlet, I Hill and Juanita neighborhoods. Cynthia Hudson feel I need to get my message out Hudson rescinded her name after to as many voters as I can afford King County’s deadline to withdraw, to mail to,� she said. “Cynthia will so her name will still appear in the definitely receive some of the votes voter’s pamphlet and on the ballot. because many voters will see her as “Over the summer, and after a true candidate.� the opportunity to withdraw from Pendergrass added that she feels being listed on the ballot, I had the King County rules are doing changes that impacted my abilvoters a disservice by not allowing ity to dedicate enough time to the Jackie Pendergrass candidates to withdraw from the position,� she told the Redmond race after more than a week after Reporter in an e-mail. filing in June. Hudson said she is not concerned about “And while I understand deadlines are her name still being on the ballot because necessary, the November voters pamphlet is the incumbent and her former opponent, not produced until now,� she said. “People... Jackie Pendergrass, is popular among change their minds and I think the public should receive accurate information about constituents. who to vote for.� Pendergrass, who is in her 16th year on SAMANTHA PAK

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Mayor Marchione said the only way to get light rail to Redmond is to get it through Bellevue, so officials must find a way to accomplish this. Margeson also said getting light rail to Redmond is important. He added that it is also crucial to keep close contact with King County Metro to ensure the agency continues providing bus service to Redmond and the Eastside. This is especially important as Metro faces major budget cuts, he said. Flynn agreed, saying working with other agencies is key in connecting people within Redmond as well as from outside the city. Myers said to see these projects through, the city needs to find an adequate and reliable capital funding program. “We continue to push off needed projects because lack of funding in the current sixyear period,� he said.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT The candidates said improving transportation in and around Redmond will bring more people into the city, which will help the local economy. Another way to help the economy is to create a livelier downtown that will attract people. Wright said one way to do this is to get residents and businesses involved in the process of various projects downtown and keep city regulation to a minimum. “Overregulation can stifle creativity,� he said. Flynn said to bring more people into downtown, the area needs to be more inviting and have areas where

people can gather, adding that working in artistic elements along the streets and throughout the area would help bring more people. Stewart added that to create a livelier downtown, people need more choices for shopping, dining and recreation and said the city needs to coordinate and work together with businesses in the private sector as well. Margeson said in work-

ing to achieve all of its goals, the city must also be fiscally responsible. To further economic development in Redmond, the candidates also said it is important for the city to provide roads, sidewalks and other infrastructure to support new residents and businesses coming into Redmond.

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Safety is the top priority of traffic camera program

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s many residents are aware, Redmond established a pilot traffic and school zone safety program earlier this year. The goals of this program are simple: (1) modify dangerous driver behavior and (2) prevent car-pedestrian accidents in school zones. Traffic safety has long been one of our community’s top concerns, and this program promised to be an effective use of technology to affect behavior, reduce the cost of enforcement and improve traffic safety. Much like the shoplifting cameras we see in so many grocery and retail stores, the cameras collect evidence of possible violations. This evidence is then reviewed by an officer to determine if an actual violation occurred. Then and only then is a ticket issued. The violation does not go on one’s driving record, and the City Council has mandated that any funds remaining after court costs be dedicated to capital projects that improve traffic and pedestrian safety. By using technology in this way, the city could otherwise put its limited number of police officers to work in schools, in neighborhoods, and around town to address other public safety issues that are important to Redmond’s citizens. From the beginning, the Council and the Mayor committed to review this pilot program after a year. We have appreciated the many residents we have heard from on both sides of the issue over two years of public process, from

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e-mails to conversations at National Night Out events in August to public testimony at Council meetings. Consistent with what we have told residents all along, next month we will review all the data and community input gathered to date to determine the future of the program. The recent initiative petition will be another important consideration in this discussion, and represents the wishes of some who would like to vote on traffic/school safety cameras in February 2012. It is worthwhile to note that the petition circulated in Redmond is virtually identical to one in the City of Bellingham that was recently invalidated by the Washington Court of Appeals. The Court of Appeals noted in the Bellingham case that a petition to require a vote on traffic and school safety cameras “exceeds the lawful scope of the initiative power; it is not a valid ballot measure.”

Despite the court’s ruling on the petition’s validity, the Council and Mayor have heard the perspective of our residents who signed it, and will consider this along with all the data and other feedback we have received as part of our ongoing assessment. Our evaluation will be completed by December, well before any referendum can be held. To discontinue this review at this time would be a disservice to our community and an abdication of the City Council’s duty on an issue which the Court of Appeals has clearly affirmed is its responsibility. As we prepare for these discussions next month, we continue to welcome your thoughts at mayorcouncil@redmond.gov. John Marchione is the Mayor of Redmond and Richard Cole is the City Council President.

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tending. In a back room all by themselves, they plotted how to block your right to vote. They came out of that secret meeting saying, without citing any statutory authority (because there isn’t any), that they are going to ignore the initiative. But no law allows them to do so. State law doesn’t grant veto power over initiatives to a city council. The mayor and City Council say they can ignore our initiative because they believe only the city council is allowed to decide policy on this subject. But an initiative in my hometown of Mukilteo was voted on last November, despite efforts by the red-light camera company to stop it. The courts green-lighted the vote and it was overwhelming: 71 percent of Mukilteo voters rejected the ticketing cameras. In Bellingham this year, a judge came to the same conclusion and allowed the initiative to be put to a vote. An appeals court agreed that the initiative should remain on the ballot, but thought the initiative’s topic was outside the scope of the Tim Eyman

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edmond’s lawmakers are lawbreakers. This week the Redmond Mayor and City Council went rogue. Here’s the background: Last week, longtime Redmond activist Scott Harlan and his team of heroic volunteers turned in a record number of voter signatures for Redmond Initiative No. 1, which puts various limits on Redmond’s controversial automatic ticketing camera program (red-light cameras and ticketing speed cameras). By law, they needed to collect 3,845 voter signatures and they found a whopping 6,050 Redmond voters eager to get this first-ever city initiative qualified for a public vote. Amazingly, that’s nearly half of active voters in Redmond. They met and exceeded the required threshold. State law mandated that the city transfer those voter signatures to the County for verification. The mayor and City Council refused. Instead, after Tuesday’s City Council meeting, they held an executive meeting where the people and press were prohibited from at-

initiative power, and so the vote will be advisory. Their decision is being appealed to the state Supreme Court and they will decide whether the people’s vote is binding or advisory. But none of the judges prevented the vote — which is what Redmond’s mayor and City Council are trying to do. The reason the Bellingham initiative (and the Mukilteo initiative before it) went to a public vote is because city officials followed state law, turned over the petitions and the county auditor was given the opportunity to verify the signatures. Redmond’s mayor and City Council are preventing the auditor from verifying signatures by refusing to turn them over as state law requires. There’s simply no excuse for city officials to take away the people’s right to vote. They are elected to represent the people, not rule over them. I firmly believe their obstruction is intended to not only protect their ticketing camera profits, but to deter Redmond’s citizens from utilizing the initiative process in the future. And that’s just not right. What’s especially hypocritical is that the mayor and City Council

claim they support the ticketing cameras because, they always say: “We just want citizens to follow the law.” But here they are blatantly violating state law concerning citizen initiatives. You and I get $124 tickets for violating the laws, but they get to use the superior resources of government – our tax dollars – to protect themselves from any penalty for their illegal actions. On behalf of the 6,050 Redmond citizens who signed petitions, Scott will initiate a lawsuit to force the city to follow the law (please contact Scott and help him any way you can at s.harlan@comcast.net or (425) 896-8276. After Scott’s initiative was announced, Mayor John Marchione called it a “temper tantrum.” I wouldn’t characterize Redmond citizens exercising their right to petition their government as childish. Would you? Tim Eyman served as a mentor and coach to Scott Harlan and his volunteers on Redmond Initiative No. 1. He can be contacted at (425) 493-9127, tim_eyman@comcast.net or www.VotersDecide.org.


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New healthy eating option arrives in Redmond Graces 5 offers a wide variety of food for people with special dietary needs

Graces 5 founder Timothy Sharpe said his new restaurant offers a menu of glutenfree, dairyfree, soy-free and lowsugar items for vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters.

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THIFT STORE OFFERING ‘GIFTS FOR A CURE’ SALE The Redmond Seattle Children’s Hospital Thrift Store is inviting the community into their store during the month of September to help them participate in Pediatric Cancer Awareness month. The store has pledged to become a Research Champion for the Seattle Children’s Hospital Foundation by raising $2,500 in donations. The store is holding a raffle and a “Gifts for a Cure� sale. They will be selling new and local, handmade gift items donated from individuals and local businesses. For more information, visit the Redmond Seattle Children’s Hospital Thrift Store at 15137 N.E. 24th St. or at www.seattlechildrens. org/researchchampions.

Diners in Redmond now have a new, healthy option when considering where to eat. Graces 5 at 8110 164th Ave. N.E. in downtown Redmond opened last month and offers a menu of gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and low-sugar items for vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Founder Timothy Sharpe said he wants his restaurant to be a safe place to eat for people with all types of dietary needs. “We offer this place where people can eat together,� the Redmond resident said. Sharpe explained that when dining out, people will pick a restaurant where everyone in the party can eat. If one individual has special dining needs — whether for health, ethical or other reasons — the group will go somewhere that person can eat. He said this is fine once or twice, but after a while, it gets old. Graces 5, with a tag line of “Revolutionizing healthy eating,� offers vegetarian, vegan, meat and seafood dishes to please everyone’s palate. In addition to being educated on food allergies and other dietary health issues, Sharpe said Graces 5 staff are trained to know about various diets such as the South Beach and Paleo diets, so they are able to have a real conversation with diners and their needs. He said customers can also fill out a profile card with their dietary specifications. This is put into the restaurant’s system, so

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when the customers return, their information is already on file. The concept for Graces 5 came to Sharpe after he beat testicular cancer twice and his daughter beat leukemia at the age of 3. “We as a family, in order to stay healthy, decided to change our diet,� he said. They began with going organic and then gluten free, dairy free and soy free. Sharpe soon discovered others within the community whose diets were similar to his family’s and who usually ate at home because there weren’t any places that catered to their needs. Sharpe had experienced this isolation when he was diagnosed with cancer the second time. He had chosen the Gerson Therapy, an alternative home-based treatment to chemotherapy and radiation that consists of a juicing protocol and raw and cooked solid foods. During this time, he said it was easy to become a hermit because there weren’t very many dining options in the commu-

nity that catered to his dietary needs. Sharpe opened Graces 5 because he wanted to provide an option for diners that was “not a place where you cheat on your diet.� In the few weeks that the restaurant has been open, Sharpe has been spoken with customers and said he particularly enjoys hearing how happy they are to have a place to eat where they don’t have to worry about their health and can speak with the staff openly about their needs. Graces 5 chef Ricky Simone has watched the healthy food movement grow for years and said he is glad to be a part of it. “It’s very exciting,� he said. Simone’s background is in Italian cuisine and said it’s been fun to realize that although he’s using different products, he’s using many of the same preparation techniques. “You can’t tell the difference,� he said. Some of the alternative ingredients Simone uses include glutenfree breadcrumbs, gluten-free pasta

and organic produce and margarine. He said his favorite part of the job is being able to cook the same things he’s always cooked, but do it in a healthier way. However, Simone said using alternative ingredients comes at a high price — literally. One of the biggest challenges he faces is finding gluten-free breads and pastas that are cost efficient but still fit the dietary needs of their diners. In addition to healthier ingredients, Graces 5 also focuses on using as many local and seasonal ingredients as possible to support individuals and businesses in his community. They have even started an urban “Garden of Eatin’� around the restaurant parking lot, featuring vegetables and herbs to be used in the seasonal menu. Sharpe said this is another way to emphasize the idea of eating local. And living about five minutes away from the restaurant, Sharpe said he has also become a patron of the businesses surrounding Graces 5. “This is my town,� he said.

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A prosecution of an electronic theft ring that sometimes used a technique called "war-driving" to commit crimes on the Eastside and elsewhere has moved into the federal arena. Three Seattle men are named in a federal indictment that accuses them of multiple conspiracy counts to steal information and other goods from businesses throughout the Puget Sound region, including one in Redmond. The indictment brought Sept. 15 in federal court in Seattle largely parallels accusations first filed early in 2011 in King County Superior Court. Several Eastside businesses are named as victims, including at least three in Kirkland and four in Bellevue. One of the major thefts, totaling more than $300,000, took place at Concur Technologies in Redmond. The defendants are Joshuah Allen Witt, 34; Brad Eugene Lowe, 36, and John Earl Griffin, 36, all of

Seattle. If convicted, they could face up to 15 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. The 10 counts, which include charges of identity theft and illegally accessing computer systems to commit fraud, describe both complex techniques and expensive tastes. Among the techniques was a tactic known as "wardriving," according to the charges, in which people drive through neighborhoods with a long-range antenna to find vulnerable networks. The three men "used the war-driving technique, and information they obtained as a result, in order to identify and reconnoiter wireless networks for attack," the charges add. The men hacked the computer networks of at least 13 companies and burglarized at least 41 other businesses, the charges continue. In one incident at a Renton company on July 31, 2010, for example, the men are accused of stealing about $170,600 worth of computers and other electronic gear.

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SUSAN G. KOMEN 3-DAY FOR THE CURE Six-year-old Nicholas Kilian of North Bend passes out candy to a group of Seattle 3-Day for the Cure participants at the cheering station at Idylwood Park in Redmond. The 60-mile walk took place from Sept. 16-18 and included cheering stations at Idylwood Park and the Trader Joe’s in Redmond. Walkers also camped at Marymoor Park for two nights. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter SLIDESHOW ONLINE

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Breast cancer awareness event raises $5.3 million From Sept. 16 to 18, the Seattle Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure raised $5.3 million for breast cancer research and community-based breast health and education programs. About 2,000 men and women participated in the event, which included cheering stations at Idylwood Park and Trader Joe’s in Redmond. “We are so thankful for Seattle’s continued support of our mission to end breast cancer,” said national 3-Day national spokesperson Sheri Phillips. “This is our seventh successful event in Seattle and we are excited to announce the 3-Day for the Cure will return to this amazing city for

the 2012 Series.” Preparation for the event began months ago with participants training and fundraising in their local communities. Participants raised a minimum of $2,300 and walked an average of 20 miles a day for three consecutive days. They walked throughout the Puget Sound area, camping two nights at Marymoor Park. The 60-mile walk ended with a closing ceremony at Memorial Stadium at the Seattle Center. Since its inception, the 3-Day for the Cure has raised nearly $600 million for innovative global breast cancer re-

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Marchione said the legal advice of City Attorney Jim Haney is based on a ruling in Bellingham earlier this month by the Division 1 Washington Court of Appeals, which covers all of Western Washington between the Canadian border and the King-Pierce county lines, meaning Redmond and Bellingham are in the same court jurisdiction. The three-judge panel ruled Bellingham’s initiative to ban the cameras can stay on the November ballot, but it will not be legally binding. After the Transportation Safety Coalition conducted a successful petition drive to get initiative on the ballot, Bellingham’s camera vendor American Traffic Solutions, the same vendor contracted with Redmond, went to court to seek an injunction to block the vote. The Appeals Court ruled no injunction was necessary, since the initiative was not legally binding and therefore posed no threat of damage to ATS. “The initiative that was filed in Redmond was almost identical or substantially identical to what was filed in Bellingham and the Appeals Court in Bellingham affirmed only city council has the authority to make the decision on traffic safety cameras,� Marchione said. Based on the Bellingham ruling, Haney advised the city to hold onto the signatures, according to Marchione. Marchione said the city has no plans of putting the matter to a vote because

EVALUATING THE PILOT PROGRAM Redmond has yet to enter the courtroom, concerning the use of trafficenforcement cameras. City officials knew there would be a public backlash about this issue, so they decided to conduct a pilot program before accepting a longterm contract, which makes the city unique to others grappling with the issue, according to Christenson. “There’s a lot of back and forth about litigation with ATS and others,� Christenson said. “We’re not in that ballpark because we purposely established a one-year pilot program as the mayor said, which we are going to decide on Dec. 1.� The city continues its evaluation process at next Tuesday’s public safety committee meeting, when

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the Redmond Police Department will release the latest traffic-enforcement traffic data. Council members will discuss the matter at its Oct. 11 study session and vote on the issue as early as the Oct. 18 business meeting or as late as Nov. 29, which would require a special session by the council, Marchione said. “We purposely entered

into a one-year pilot program because we knew there would be reaction after the first year and we wanted the opportunity to reassess,� Christenson said. Even though the signatures will not be sent to the county for validation, Marchione said the opinion of the petition signers will be considered by “all seven council members.� But for Harlan, one of

a handful of people who testified for the initiative at Tuesday’s council meeting, said that is not good enough. “This is an insult,� he said. Harlan said the council can end all this camera controversy by just voting “to kill the contract� with ATS. “Ultimately, that’s the way I think this will end up, but I can’t count on it,� he said.

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of the cost of the special election, which is estimated at $70,000-80,000. In addition, the City Council is currently conducting its own review of the pilot program, with a final decision coming this fall, the mayor said. “The Council may make a decision by December first that would render this moot,� he said. “There’s a lot of different directions we can go in our deliberations in November. I think we are all very conscious of spending that kind of money for an advisory ballot when we are gathering public input.� Bellingham is one of several cities that have gone to court over this issue. In all of the cities, the initiative process has been sparked by Tim Eyman, the state’s initiative guru. When Harlan heard about the city’s camera pilot program, he contacted Eyman for advice. Backed by Eyman, Harlan and supporters collected 6,050 signatures — nearly double the amount needed to qualify for an upcoming ballot. The petition was

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The two women realized horseback riding stalled the process of Dunlap’s multiple sclerosis (MS) and they decided to start a therapeutic horseback riding program. Events and partnership manager Colleen Shelby said Little Bit began with five riders. Now, in addition to its current riders, the program has a wait list of more than 250. Shelby said it could take up to two years before these individuals can receive services because patients don’t age out of their program. She said the age range they serve is from 2 and a half to 65 years old.

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Shelby said Little Bit has two flagship programs: hippotherapy and adaptive riding. In hippotherapy, the patient is on the horse, but they are not learning how to ride. Instead, they are receiving therapy from a medical professional — usually a physical, occupational or speech therapist. Shelby said hippotherapy patients are usually younger children and the physi-

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cal activities on the horse include playing catch and stretching as ways to strengthen and lengthen their muscles. “Ultimately, the goal is to help the riders with physical activities such as crawling, sitting and even walking,� Shelby said. Adaptive riding is a riding skill-based class with PATH-certified (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) instructors. In addition to receiving the same physical benefits as hippotherapy patients, adaptive riding patients also gain a sense of responsibility for their horse and social skills from interacting with other riders, instructors and volunteers in their class. “They’re learning things such as cause and effect and how to wait their turn,� Shelby said. Kirkland resident Beth Angelo’s son Eric, who has Down Syndrome, began at Little Bit about 10 years ago when he was 6. He began with hippotherapy for a few years. “The change was wonderful to behold,� Beth said. “He graduated to a therapeutic riding class and hasn’t stopped since.� Now 16 and a junior in high school, Beth said her son, who had very low muscle tone when he was younger and didn’t walk until he was 3, “went from not being able to sit up on the horse all those years ago to having a beautiful ‘seat,’� which refers to a rider’s posture on their horse. Beth added that Eric has participated in numerous horse shows and Little Bit summer camps and is one of two riders to represent Little Bit at the Emerald Downs race track during the past eight years.

A TRUE COMMUNITY Beth said Little Bit has helped Eric grow both physically and emotionally and she credits the people who keep the organization running — both the staff and volunteers. “The bonds that Eric has made with the people and horses at Little Bit has been amazing,� she said. “We are so thrilled that Little Bit is expanding so that more people with disabilities will have the same opportunity to experience the magic of being on horse that Eric has felt.� Shelby said Little Bit has more than 350 volunteers and they really make things happen — helping with tacking, grooming, feeding and preparing horses as well as lending a hand with events, around the grounds, cleaning, administrative duties and more. “Our volunteers literally do so much,� she said. Kirkland resident Tanya Randall, a volunteer captain, has been with Little Bit for about 10 years and like Beth, said the people are what really make the experience. “The most amazing and impressive people are here,� Randall said. “Just wonderful, wonderful people. Giving people.� During her tenure, Randall has helped with events, training new volunteers and worked with the horses. She has also assisted during hippotherapy sessions and said she enjoys seeing all the progress riders make — even the smallest step. She said she may be one tiny cog in a wheel that requires 1,400 cogs to move, but it’s worth it. “It’s just meaningful work,� she said.


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...YOUNG @ HEART Upcoming class series to focus on reducing falls for older adults

Tips for neck and upper back pain relief sides pain there also could be numbness and tingling that occurs down the shoulders, arms and hands. Neck and upper back pain relief can be obtained many ways. In early stages relief can be brought about with stretching, heat, ice and over the counter medications. If these home remedies are not effective a visit to your chiropractor is advised. Your chiropractor will be able to assess your needs and prescribe the right kind of treatment your condition requires. Along with specific spinal chiropractic adjustments to correct the mechanical misalignment of vertebrae,

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EMERALD HEIGHTS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

C O MM UNIT Y C ONNE CT ION S Emerald Heights is pleased to share the following highlights of its mission fulfillment for 2010:

Benevolence Fund Provided confidential financial assistance to 11 residents in the amount of $316,270 through the Benevolence Fund and unpaid costs of Medicaid. Resident-managed programs, including the Coffee Shop, Country Store, Thrift Store and Craft Room, contributed approximately $45,000 to the Benevolence Fund.

In-kind & Financial Contributions

Affordable Housing 25 percent of all housing at Emerald Heights meets Washington State Housing Finance Commission (WSHFC) and City of Redmond guidelines for affordable housing.

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Provided $3,000 in scholarships to employees. Offered more than 40 students opportunities to further their education in clinical training, internships and classroom projects and to meet community service requirements for graduation. Provided performance experience for approximately 50 students through musical recitals and other performances.

EMERALD HEIGHTS in Redmond is a nationally recognized Life Care community designed to help residents, age 62 and older, spend time on what really matters, with the financial security and peace of mind only Life Care can provide. Since opening its doors in 1992, Emerald Heights has established deep roots in the greater Redmond community. As a not-for-profit, mission-driven organization, Emerald Heights pursues its mission purposefully, creating “opportunities for residents and staff to interact within the Emerald Heights community, the City of Redmond, and beyond.” The result is a community culture of engagement and sharing, which is demonstrated on a daily basis through active volunteerism, innovative partnerships with charitable organizations, responsible use of community resources and care for the environment.

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Wednesday, Sept. 20 Reckless burning: A teenage boy was arrested for alleged reckless burning in the second degree after Redmond police responded at 5:19 p.m. to a report of two dumpster fires at an apartment in the 15600 block of Northeast 40th Street. Auto theft: Redmond police investigated a 7:32 p.m. report of a stolen vehicle in the 10900 block of Avondale Road. Theft: At 1:29 p.m., a woman reported that her GPS and handgun were stolen from her vehicle. She could not determine where it was stolen, saying that she had parked in North Bend, unincorporated King County and Redmond before realizing the items were missing.

license plate and it was discovered that the license plate was stolen.

Monday, Sept. 19 Forgery: At 12:34 p.m., the owner of a health clinic in the 15400 block of Bel-Red Road reported fraudulent use of several doctors' prescriptions. Theft: A woman who lives in the 18100 block of Northeast 95th Street reported at 11:09 p.m. that she discovered her

prescription medication was missing from her medicine cabinet after a service employee was at her house. Bike theft: A bike that was locked up at a school in the 13500 block of Northeast 75th Street was stolen over the weekend.

Lake Sammamish Parkway was burglarized while the victim was on vacation. Auto theft: A red 1997 Honda Civic was stolen from a driveway of a residence in the 8500 block of 139th Avenue Northeast sometime during the night.

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Saturday, Sept. 17

Burglary: It was reported at 9:55 a.m. that a house in the 3800 block of West

Auto theft: Redmond police responded to a 8:34 p.m. report of a

stolen vehicle in the 7900 block of 170th Place Northeast.

between two students at a school in the 18100 block of Northeast 25th Street.

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Thursday, Sept. 15

Turning the table: A business owner reported at 10:54 a.m. that an unsecured outdoor patio was stolen from the front of the business sometime during the night. Harassment: At 10:19 a.m., Redmond police investigated a case of harassment

Burglary: Redmond police responded to a burglary in the 18400 block of Northeast 26th Way where jewelry was stolen. Theft: At 9:21 a.m., a woman reported that her wallet was stolen from her unlocked car and her credit cards were used by an unknown person.

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City’s new arts adminstrator to speak at senior center Oct. 8 The next First Friday Coffee Chat at the Redmond Senior Center (RSC), located at 8703 160th Ave. N.E., will be Oct. 7 from 10 to 11 a.m. in the Fireplace Lounge. The chat will feature Joshua Heim, the City of Redmond’s new arts administrator. Designed as an informal discussion and questionand-answer session, Heim will provide information about the changes to the arts program in Redmond and some of the events and shows coming soon. Future guests scheduled for First Friday Coffee Chats are Sandra Bettencourt, recreation division manager (Nov. 4) and Rebecca Borker, maintenance operations supervisor for the wastewater division (Dec. 2). Registration for First Friday Coffee Chats is not necessary. For more information on the program, call (425) 556-2314. Complementary refreshments will be provided by Aegis of Redmond.

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Man robbed near downtown transit station REPORTER STAFF

A 20-year-old man was robbed of his wallet and cellular phone after another man threatened to shoot him with a gun Sunday night near the downtown transit center. The victim was going to meet an acquaintance near the downtown transit center on Northeast 83rd Street at around 9 p.m., according to Redmond police spokes-

man Jim Bove. As the victim was leaving his car, the suspect grabbed him from behind and â&#x20AC;&#x153;dragged him onto the path between the transit center and the apartments,â&#x20AC;? Bove said. The victim was instructed to give the suspect his wallet and cell phone or else he would be shot, however the suspect never showed a gun, according to Bove. The suspect took the wal-

let, which contained $60 and several credit cards, and the cell phone before running away northbound on 161st Avenue Northeast with a second suspect, who watched the strong arm robbery, but did not say anything. The victim immediately cancelled his credit cards to avoid any fraudulent purchases, Bove said. There were no injuries and the case is still under investigation, Bove said.

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The Redmond High girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; swim team, although in the midst of a rebuilding year after the graduation of state breaststroke champion Heather Harper, is not without high hopes for the 2011 season. Head coach Julie Barashkoff, in her eighth year at the helm of the Mustangs, was able to pick up one key addition to the varsity lineup and sees potential in the younger girls to improve their times as the season progresses. She said the ultimate goal is to send a relay team to the 4A state meet this November. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got Emily (Smith) and Allison (Binkerd) back that were on our 200 medley relay team that made it to state last year,â&#x20AC;? Barashkoff noted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re hoping that we can pull that off again this year. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going to be a little bit harder.â&#x20AC;?

A FRIENDLY ALLY With the graduation of Harper and also losing Japanese foreign exchange student Kisa Isobe, who went back home after the 2010-11 school year, the Mustangs were fortunate to get a phenomenal club swimmer on board in Ally Davis, a versatile athlete who has already pinned down state-qualifying times in three individual events. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s definitely our top swimmer and has qualified for state in the 200 free, 100 fly and 100 breaststroke,â&#x20AC;? said Barashkoff of Davis. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll probably try to qualify for state in all of the events. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the last one I put in the lineup, wherever I have a hole, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s where she gets to go.â&#x20AC;? Davis, who swims for King Aquatic Club based out of Seattle, said that sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s having a great time in the new team atmosphere. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve always done club swimming ever since I was eight, so I think this year I wanted to take a step back from that, and just have some fun,â&#x20AC;? she said, adding that she is looking at swimming at Texas Christian University or Colorado State. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m going to college next year, and I want the team experience. I love all these girls and so far, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been really great.â&#x20AC;?

Redmond High senior Ally Davis plows through the water during the 200 freestyle at Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home meet against Issaquah. Davis, who swims for King Aquatic Club, has already posted state-qualifying times in the 200 free, butterfly and breaststroke events this season. CHAD COLEMAN, Redmond Reporter

In addition to Davis, the program also returns a strong senior core in fourth-year varsity swimmer Allison Binkerd, who specializes in the backstroke, and Stephanie Sze, another versatile swimmer. Junior Emily Smith looks to benefit the relay squad with her sprint speed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With Ally already qualified for state, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d really like to get a relay there so she doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to swim alone,â&#x20AC;? Barashkoff said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It would be really fun if we could do that.â&#x20AC;?

LOFTY GOALS With programs like 2010 4A state champion Skyline and 4A runnerup Newport both coming out of the ultra-tough Kingco league, the Mustangs have to set their bar high. Binkerd, after a 10th-place finish at districts last season, thinks she can finally qualify in her senior year for the state meet. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My goals are to place at districts again in the backstroke, and make it to state,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re hoping to get some relay to state again.â&#x20AC;? Davis has an even more lofty goal, to go for the rare â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ironwomanâ&#x20AC;? feat, which is to qualify for state in all eight individual events. So far, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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nearly halfway to her goal. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Julie and I havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t talked about it a lot, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kind of a goal thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s out there,â&#x20AC;? she admitted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to place at state, and hopefully make a run for the top three.â&#x20AC;? But regardless of how fast or slow the girls are, the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mustang Wayâ&#x20AC;? that Barashkoff instills in each of her

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swimmers centers upon integrity and sportsmanship. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re all really close and we have a lot of new people,â&#x20AC;? said Binkerd. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fun to be with your friends and do something you love.â&#x20AC;? The Mustangsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; next meet is on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 3:15 p.m. against Newport at Redmond Pool.

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Prep Report: Redmond, Bear Creek School girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; soccer teams win league openers

The Bear Creek girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; soccer team handily won its Sea-Tac 2B season opener on Tuesday night against Seattle Lutheran, 5-2. Morgan Rial led the way with two goals, followed by Whitney Isabell with a goal and an assist. Caroline Bridgewater also put one in and Whitneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sister Danielle also earned an assist.

BEAR CREEK BOYS ROUT MOUNT RAINIER LUTHERAN Playing in a Sea-Tac 2B league matchup on Tuesday night at Marymoor Park, The Bear Creek School boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; soccer team scored early and often in a 9-0 rout of Mount Rainier Lutheran. Mark Phillips scored four times for the second game in a row, twice in both halves, while Frank Sun added two goals in the second half and Nima Abtahi recorded three assists. Jesse Leuenberger, Garrett Benson, and Brandon Saw also scored in the first half for the Grizzlies. Goalie Michael Worley recorded the shutout as the Bear Creek improved to 2-01 in league play and overall.

golf team took four of the top five scoring spots in a 199-220 win over Bothell on Tuesday. Jimbo Curtin medaled with a 2-over 38, followed by Lyle Rudnicki with a 39 and Jackson Safon and Oliver Rudnicki each carding 40s. Low man for Bothell was Gavin Stener with a 41 as the Mustangs improved to 4-2 in 4A Kingco play.

BEAR CREEK VOLLEYBALL SLAMS SEATTLE LUTHERAN The Grizzliesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; strong volleyball team didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t let up against Seattle Lutheran on Monday night, defeating the Saints 25-9, 25-16 and 25-12

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Redmond Sports Clips: ‘Barber shop of the new millennium’

Haircuts are no longer a chore for men and boys at Sports Clips Haircuts, Redmond’s newest barber shop. “We’re becoming the barber shop of the new millennium,” according to Phil Brown, who is Northwest Area Developer for Sports Clip, along with his wife, Laurie. At Sports Clips, a haircut is just the beginning of the made-for-men experience. “After the haircut, you get a shampoo, scalp massage and a hot-towel treatment,” Phil said. “It’s just a very relaxing experience.” And its a quick experience — “you are in and out in 20 minutes,” Phil said. The new store, which is located in the Bear Creek Village at 17158 Redmond Way, features sports memorabilia on the walls, along with flat-screen televisions, heated shampoo bowls, vibrating massage chairs during the shampoo treatment — and of course quality haircuts.

Redmond Sports Clips store manager Erika Denman and owner Rob Crandall, who said business has been good since the sportsthemed, made-for-men and boys barber shop opened last month. The store, in partnership with Sammamish Baseball Academy, will hold a free baseball clinic on Saturday at Marymoor Park’s field No. 5. BILL CHRISTIANSON, Redmond Reporter

“Most men don’t look forward to getting haircuts,” said Sport Clips CEO and founder Gordon Logan. “We make the experience as painless as possible. ... We have a lot of really nice touches that you don’t get in a lot of other chains and franchises. It’s a real nice comfortable experience.” The Redmond store opened last month and is the 800th Sports Clips nationwide. To celebrate

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December 10, 1923 – September 9, 2011 Carolyn Catherine Yerden passed peacefully at her home in Woodinville Washington on September 9, 2011. She was born in New York City to George and Hazel Mullaly. As a young working girl at Bell Telephone Laboratories in New York, she met the love of her life, Raymond S. Yerden with whom she would share a full life for 65 years. “Ray and Carol” began their married life, and Carol’s life work, on Long Island, first in Levitown, then Farmingdale, where soon their family grew to five children: Linda, Madelyn, Trisha, Tom and Jane. In 1964, Carol packed up the household to begin one of the first family adventures. The family moved to New Mexico where Ray worked on the Apollo project and helped put the first man on the moon. Ray’s work for Grumman Aerospace would eventually take the family from New Mexico, to Whidbey Island, Washington, and Camarillo, California. In 1974, Ray and Carol set off with the two youngest children on a new chapter of adventures to work in Tehran, Iran; Misawa, Japan; Cairo, Egypt; and New York. Across the globe, family remained at the center for Carol. Her life’s work was her family; trusted advisor, companion and wife to her husband, center of the universe for her children and grandchildren. She was the glue for an entire family, orbiting around her. In 1990, Ray and Carol eased their globetrotting and retired to Woodinville,Washington, where Carol continued to track children, grandchildren and her next best love…sports. The Seahawks and Mariners were added to her family. She is survived by her loving husband, Ray Yerden of Woodinville, WA; sister Jane Nicolini of Cutchogue, New York; brother-in-law, Gil Yerden of Remsenburg, New York.; her children, Linda (Jim) Saunders of Colorado Springs, Colorado; Madelyn (Dan) Walker of Seward, Alaska; Trisha Ball (Tom) of Danville, California; Tom (Carol) Yerden of Salmon, Idaho; Jane (Tom) Hawkinson of Sammamish, Washington; 13 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Carol was the guiding light and inspiration to her children for family devotion and lifelong companionship. Her sign off was always, “Love you Big as the Sky”. Go Seahawks! 528020

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Responsible for detailed process modeling, business rule identification, and evaluation of process performance levels. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446584/ Partner Skills Development Manager: Develop and execute partner skills development marketing and communications strategy worldwide. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1404383/ Principal Development Lead: Responsible for leading team of software developers to develop software applications for an entire product or large feature area. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446834/

Principal Director Software Development Engineer in Test: Design, develop, and deliver world class learning solutions using a variety of media, tools and vendors. Travel domestically and internationally as required. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1443920/ Procurement Business Partner US: Engage and deliver global procurement strategies within an assigned geography or business division. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1434383/ Product Manager: Research and develop solutions to improve Microsoft profitability and generate value. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1313446/ Reliability Engineer: Coordinate program development of hardware applications, systems or services, working with development and product planning teams on standard or complex problems. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446622/ Security/Engagement Manager: Investigate vulnerabilities in S/W products. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1247034/ Senior Artist: Act as the technical art expert, handling all aspects of producing prototypes and samples. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1434199/ Senior Business Analyst: Responsible for business intelligence, data management. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1443923/ Senior CATM Specialist: Microsoftâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Customer Advocacy & Technology Management (CATM) team is looking for world-class talent to fill the position of Infrastructure Senior CATM Specialist (SCS). www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1260660/ Senior Industrial Engineer: Oversee the end design of Xbox hardware and accessories programs. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1237710/ Senior Manager-WEB RPTG/ANALYSIS: Coordinate program development of computer software applications, systems or services. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1290726/ Senior Marketing Manager: Responsible for developing or overseeing development of the marketing plan for a product or product line. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1404355/ Senior Network Engineer: Responsible for developing a technical roadmap for major online services network infrastructure. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446496/ Service Engineer: Analyze computer systems and services for various business processes. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1435971/ Service Engineer: Manage teams of Service Engineers and Systems Engineers to provide database, application and hardware support for existing and new technologies in the pre-production and production stages of product implementation. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1435938/ Service Operations 2 Network Engineer: Design and implement complex connectivity to the corporate intranet, partner networks, and Internet according to established security, design and deployment standards and best practices. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1432649/ Services Support Manager Lead: Manage a team of Service Managers to provide technical service and support to enterprise customers, partners and/or others on mission critical issues experienced with Microsoft technologies. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1426930/ SO 2 Systems Engineer: Review requirements, functional specifications, and high and low-level design for new releases. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1366421/ Software Development Engineer: Responsible for developing computer software applications, systems or services. Position requires travel to various unanticipated locations throughout the U.S. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1269275/ Software Test Engineer: Define test plans and influence the design and content of release deliverables. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1423551/ Solutions Planning & Quality Manager: Responsible for designing and planning the architecture of the CRM sales application built on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 technology. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446623/ Sr. OE System Lead: Leading support teams at the front line. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1444193/ Sr. Release Product Manager: Project manage the release of online services products with cross team engagement. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1366404/ Sr. SE Security Engineer: Responsible for work with the customer/partners teams to provide business-to-technology mapping for software development engagements. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1435837/ Sr. Sourcing Manager: Design, execute, and implement category sourcing strategies for the acquisition of technical skills and related support services in Redmond, Washington; India; and China. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1404492/ Staffing Consultant: Plan and execute creative and strategic recruiting strategy. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1423462/ Staffing Consultant: Build a recruiting environment to develop external and internal recruiting strategies. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1420295/ Technical Account Manager: Provide support delivery management of Premier issues and services designed to improve customer IT operational health in assigned account(s). www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446509/ Technical Account Manager: Provide customers with reliable technical solutions to complex integration problems associated with business solutions. Requires travel throughout U.S. up to 100%. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446495/ Technical Artist: Responsible for the creation of visual concepts, effects, animation, or other visual images. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1428537/ Test Engineer 2: Responsible for creating test strategies, test plans, test cases and test data. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446838/ Traffic Quality Engineer 3: Solve complex technical issues, identifying trends and fraudulent patterns in data and code. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1434221/ WW Sales Excellence Community Owner: Create and run the community rhythm. Build and drive an effective Communications plan. www.jobs-microsoft.com/job/go/1446620/

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