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CAR CRASHES INTO FOOT SPA
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Traffic-camera violations down, but collisions up Police chief says pilot program is effective, vocal opponent says latest data is skewed BILL CHRISTIANSON email@example.com
A 91-year-old driver drove his Cadillac through the SunShine Foot Spa in downtown Redmond Thursday afternoon after he hit the gas pedal instead of the brake pedal. The driver was taken to the Swedish medical facility in Redmond and a spa employee and customer were taken to the Evergreen medical facility in Redmond to treat minor injuries. The car can barely be seen behind all of the destruction. See story, PAGE 2. JIM GATENS, Redmond Reporter
New Muslim center to hold grand opening Large renovated facility to provide worship, gathering space for surrounding community SAMANTHA PAK firstname.lastname@example.org
Since it first opened in 2006, the founders of the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) in Redmond have wanted to build a facility that would act as a place of worship as well as a gathering place for members and the surrounding community. And after two years of scouting locations, fundraising and construction, that
vision has become a reality with the opening of the new MAPS Center at 17550 N.E. 67th Ct. in Redmond. The center has been open on a limited basis since the end of July and on Saturday, MAPS will hold a special grand opening event from 4-6 p.m. The event is for invited guests and will include City of Redmond Mayor John Marchione, State Attorney General Rob McKenna and David Myers from the Department of Homeland Security’s Director of Faith Based Initiatives office.
“It’s an occasion to thank people for their support,” said MAPS member Salah Dandan. The nearly 50,000 square-foot building used to house a technology manufacturing company and is located in an industrial neighborhood just northeast of Marymoor Park. MAPS’ previous location, which had also been in Redmond, was about 3,000 square feet. [ more MAPS page 5 ]
Citations are down, but collisions are up, according to the Redmond Police Department’s latest data on the city’s pilot traffic-enforcement camera program. So does this mean the program is improving safety in the city? Depends on who you talk to. Five council members, including President Richard Cole and Vice President Pat Vache, attended Tuesday’s public safety meeting, where Redmond Police Chief Ron Gibson released the latest data on the camera program. ONLINE The program began in Initiative advocate February with a one-month Tim Eyman files warning period. The data suit against city will play a role when the for not turning council decides whether to in signatures to extend the program later the county. To this fall, according to council read story, go to member Hank Myers, public www.redmondreporter.com safety committee chair. The number of citations issued at the three intersections with red-light cameras and one school zone with a speed camera has decreased 43.7 percent over a sixmonth period from March to August. Meanwhile, the number of collisions from JanuaryAugust of 2010 has increased from 14 to 19 during that same time span this year. The program includes red-light cameras on Redmond Way at 148th Avenue Northeast, eastbound and westbound on Northeast 40th Street at 156th Avenue Northeast and westbound on Union Hill Road and northbound on Avondale where the two roads intersect. A speed-zone camera is also located at Einstein Elementary, at 18025 N.E. 116th St. Fines for violation are $124 and the program has generated approximately $630,000, according to Myers. A large percentage of that money is being used to pay for King County court costs and the city will find out how much it will receive — or pay — at the end of the year. [ more CAMERAS page 3 ]
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www.redmond-reporter.com Car crashes into spa; no major injuries Cadillac CTS, took out SunShineâ€™s front desk and Bove said it was very lucky that others were not injured as there had been about 10 people in the spa at the time. The owners of SunShine, located at 16807 Redmond Way, were not available for a comment. Bove said the driver had accidently stepped on the gas pedal instead of the brake pedal, driving the car into the building. Redmond police are currently investigating to see if any other factors contributed to the accident and if the driver will be charged. Hanna Hoien, who works next door to the spa at Emerald City Smoothie, was in her store with a customer when the car crashed into the building. She said she didnâ€™t see what happened, but she felt it.
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At about 1:30 p.m. yesterday, a 90-year-old man drove his car through the front entrance and about 20 yards into SunShine Foot Spa in downtown Redmond, leaving three people injured, including the driver. Redmond police spokesperson Jim Bove said the other two injured individuals were women â€” one employee and one patron â€” who had been inside the spa. The injuries for all three people seemed to be limited to cuts, he said. The driver, who turns 91 today, was taken to Swedish Medical Center in Redmond while the women were taken to Evergreen Medical Center in Redmond, according to Bove. The car, a late model
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â€œEverything immediately started shaking,â€? she said. â€œI thought it was an earthquake ... I almost went to duck and cover.â€? Hoien rushed out to see what had happened and was surprised to see â€œa full car inside a store.â€? She said it looked like the building had collapsed on top of the car and asked police officers, who arrived within minutes of being called, if anyone was trapped inside. Fortunately, no one was. Hoien also said she could only imagine what the customers receiving massages went through at the time. â€œThe last thing you think is going to come through the wall is a car,â€? she said. While Hoien only felt what had happened, Heon Eyi saw it. The manager of Peking Restaurant, which is located in a separate building in the same shopping plaza, was in her restaurant when she saw a white car speeding in the parking lot. She said she was surprised and wasnâ€™t sure what was happening. â€œThis is a parking lot, not a freeway,â€? Eyi said. Eyi, Hoien and other employees and business owners in the center said it was a miracle only three people were injured.
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September violation and collision data will be available at the Oct. 11 City Council study session, when council members will begin discussions on whether to extend the contract with camera vendor, American Traffic Solutions (ATS), Gibson said at Tuesdayâ€™s meeting. The plan is for City Council to make a final vote on the program at its Nov. 1 business meeting, according to Gibson. Council member John Stilin said the most telling piece of information released at Tuesdayâ€™s meeting was the decrease in issued citations. The number of violations have dropped from 2,142 in March to 1,204 in August â€” nearly a 44 percent decrease. â€œThatâ€™s what we wanted to see,â€? said Stilin, a public safety committee member. â€œUltimately, itâ€™s that unsafe behavior that leads to the accidents.â€? A three-month camera malfunction at Redmond Way and 148th Avenue Northeast led to some of the decrease in violations as the citations issued at that
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Anti-camera activist Scott Harlan said he believes the camera malfunction along with the police departmentâ€™s increasing rate of rejecting potential infractions has skewed the big drop off in violations. The rejection rate in March and April was 11 percent and has increased to 38 percent in July and August, Harlan pointed out in
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an e-mail sent to the City Council and the local media. â€œWhile the police department has clearly been fine-tuning its review process for the better, those dramatic changes in the review process skew all of the earlier citation data reported as part of the program,â€? he wrote in the e-mail. â€œUsing a consistent rejection rate throughout the pilot program would instead show a 7 percent reduction in citations, not the 43 percent reported by the police department. Meanwhile, accidents are up 37 percent.â€? Gibson said officers who review the video tape of possible infractions use the same discretion as they would when on patrol, but he did point out some officers are more strict than others. â€œOur goal is to be more consistent in applying it,â€? Gibson said. Nearly 90 percent of the infractions are issued to drivers not coming to a full stop before taking a right hand turn at a red light. Itâ€™s in those situations where bicyclists and pedestrians are at the greatest risk, Stilin said. â€œYou are looking for a car coming in your path,â€? he said. â€œThatâ€™s what you are looking for. ... You
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Question of the week:
“Do you think the issue of traffic-enforcement cameras should be voted on by Redmond residents?”
.S. Postal Service workers nationwide are saying they don’t want a bailout – they just want to get the mail out. The agency has long survived technological change, from the telephone, telegraph, fax machine and the Internet, where people can send e-mail instead of conventional letters. But the Postal Service, which lost $8.5 billion last year, is now struggling so much that it will not be able to make a $5.5 billion payment due today (the end of the USPS fiscal year) to a federal retiree health care trust fund. Desperate to steer the agency from defaulting on its employee pension obligations and to cut billions from its payroll, the Postal Service is proposing to cut Saturday mail delivery and close thousands of post offices. More than 120,000 postal workers could also lose their jobs. Of the 32,741 post offices in the U.S., the Postal Service is reviewing about 3,700 for possible closure – or nearly 12 percent. Thirty-nine of those offices are in Washington state including four in Seattle and two in Tacoma. Congress should take emergency action now and stabilize the agency’s finances.
During a rally on Tuesday at congressional districts throughout the country, including Redmond’s Eighth District, postal workers petitioned and informed people about house bill 1351. The measure is in response to a 2006 congressional mandate that the Postal Service pre-fund future retiree health benefits for the next 75 years – and do so within a decade. That’s $5.5 million each September out of the agency’s operating budget for the health benefits of people who haven’t been born yet, according to the National Association of Letter Carriers.
The bill would give the Postal Service access to the billions of dollars Congress forced it to set aside for pre-paid pension benefits. In an already-strained economy, it doesn’t make economic sense for an agency to provide such benefits to future workers. Alternatives to this bill are not in the best interest of residents, communities and local businesses, let alone the future of USPS. The agency is a centerpiece of a $1.3 trillion mailing industry that supports 8 million jobs. It’s time for Congress to protect those jobs by worrying about present — not future — workers.
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Dear Mayor John Marchione, Thank you for your logical decision regarding the red light controversy. Scott Harlan, Tim Eyman and some Redmond citizens just cannot grasp the reality that in driving red means STOP. A sad waste of time, words, money and lack of common sense regarding safety for our citizens took place. Considering all of the letters, social comments, etc. it seems as if someone is afraid of a traffic citation and foolishly refers to the $124 penalty to be only a money maker for our city. They should just become a better driver and they would not be cited. Sadly, lack of common sense or the thinking that rules do not apply to some, has become the norm. Gail Hoover, Redmond
Time for a change in city government As a resident of Redmond, I’m absolutely appalled that the city council chose to ignore the redlight camera ballot initiative submitted recently and not submit red light cameras to a vote of the people as the city’s constitution requires. To blatantly disregard an initiative that over 6,000 residents signed is an abuse of power and a disre-
gard for the people you supposedly represent. Government derives its power from the consent of the governed. When the government we elect fails to recognize this fact, it’s time to change our government. As the CEO of the largest traffic data company in the country, I’m amazed that the city council has disregarded the safety issues related to red-light cameras. Indeed, it is now common knowledge within the transportation data industry that red-light cameras actually increase accidents rather than decrease them. There is a significant body of research that clearly documents this, which I suspect American Traffic Solutions (ATS), Redmond’s traffic camera vendor, has failed to provide you with. If the city chose to install red-light cameras as a safety feature, it’s having the opposite effect, which you know since your city’s own reporting has shown that collisions have increased this year over last year by 27 percent, and rear-end collisions are up 33 percent at the intersections where the cameras are located. Finally, as the founder of a high-tech company that started in Redmond with two people and now employs more than 275 people, and is looking to move to larger offices as we have outgrown the ones we currently occupy in Kirkland, I can tell you we just crossed Redmond off our list of cities to consider. If the City Council of Redmond
and the mayor are not accountable to their constituents and if they fail to demonstrate belief in the rule of law, then Redmond is not a city where we would choose to locate. Bryan Mistele, Redmond
City leaders show they are above the law I am frustrated by the constant disregard for the will of the citizens of Redmond which has been repeatedly shown by the current council and mayor’s office over several issues. The most recent contempt shown over the petition and signatures submitted for Redmond Initiative 1, Red Light Cameras is inexcusable and without cause. RCW 35.21.005, which states: “Within three working days after the filing of a petition, the officer with whom the petition is filed shall transmit the petition to the county auditor for petitions signed by registered voters, or to the county assessor for petitions signed by property owners for determination of sufficiency.” The council and mayor have determined that they are above the laws of the City of Redmond by not transmitting the petition to the county auditor for proper determination of validity. I have no faith that the council will consider the desires of the citizenry of this city upon their review and vote in the coming months regarding the red-light camera initiative. It is
this loss of faith that will carry many voters to their decisions to oust any current council members on the ballot and replace any remaining members in future elections. If the mayor and the council are concerned enough to have everyone follow the law, they should begin with following the federal and state laws that are mandated regarding petitions and signatures. Paige A. Norman, Redmond
Too much bickering in Congress I am responding to Mr. Brickman’s letter in the Sept. 16 Opinion section of the Redmond Reporter. Mr. Brickman has really hit the nail on the head. I too am sick and tired of the partisan politics that are standing in the way of any real progress in Congress. When one party controls both the Executive and Legislative branches of our government, as Mr. Brickman says, “legislation is just rammed down our throats.” This is evidenced by the first two years of recently promised “change.” When two parties are represented, there’s bickering, name-calling and stagnation. That’s no way to run a railroad. I agree we should rid Congress of those who stand in the way of progress for our country and, more importantly, hold those who do, accountable. Dick Bowne, Redmond
September 30, 2011 
New Redmond Muslim center to hold grand opening this weekend [ MAPS from page 1] The new facility cost MAPS about $5 million, most of which was raised through fundraising within the local community, Dandan said, adding that the organization is still fundraising. â€œI think that speaks to the need for a center like this. It really does,â€? said MAPS board of trustees member Catherine England. England said with the bigger facility they have more space for religious service, among other things. This was proven during the first jumuâ€™ah, or Friday afternoon prayer serCatherine England vice, on July 29. The old MAPS facility could hold about 300 or 400 people while that first prayer service in the new building brought in about 1,100 people. â€œWe didnâ€™t expect that many people,â€? England said. She laughed and said they actually ran out of lunches, which the mosque provided after the service. In addition to being a mosque for worship, England said the new MAPS facility will offer various religious and non-religious activities for youth including religious
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The new 50,000 square-foot Muslim center in Redmond will provide plenty of room for worship. The center will also serve as a gathering place for other community functions. Courtesy of MAPS instruction, a robotics program and an art program. There is also the opportunity for sports such as basketball and soccer, along with activities for adults such as first aid and CPR training. England said as MAPS has
expanded its services beyond Islam, they have worked heavily on interfaith activities and reaching out to other religious groups and community groups as well. Dandan said MAPS recently held a dinner with representatives
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tion is not totally complete. During construction, the main floor of the building was stripped and gutted and it was built up from there, according to England. She said because they were working with an existing building, they had to find a way for their vision of the center to fit within the physical constraints of the building. While the building interior features traditional Islamic architecture such as archways and domed doorways, not much has been done to the exterior other than installing additional doors. However, a dome has been added to the top. England said they wanted to differentiate the building as a house of worship but still blend in among the neighboring buildings. She said they didnâ€™t want it to be an assault on the senses for visitors. England said they hope to expand and offer health and fitness services once the gyms (one for men, one for women) are completed. MAPS will also have a kitchen and banquet hall to be used for both Muslim and non-Muslim events. England added that they also want to eventually offer social services and serve different elements of society like a YMCA. â€œThe big things are done,â€? she said. â€œNow weâ€™re down to refining the details.â€?
 September 30, 2011
Dance classes offered for upcoming â€˜Thrill the Worldâ€™ event Recreation, is leading free workshops demonstrating how to do Michael Jacksonâ€™s famous â€œThrillerâ€? dance. The workshops will be held at the Redmond Senior Center, 8703 160th Ave. NE, at 10 a.m. each Saturday through Oct. 15. In addition, a final workshop will be held Saturday, Oct. 22 at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center. Dance lessons will not be provided on the day of the
â€œThrill of the Worldâ€? event so interested participants are encouraged to attend the free workshops. Visit www.Redmond Zombies.com for details and to sign up. In 2009, 22,596 dancers around the world participated in this simultaneous â€œThrillerâ€? dance phenomenon. At Redmond Town Center, more than 300 people performed the â€œThrillerâ€? dance in the Center Street Plaza, with more than
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Redmond residents can now make a â€œbeelineâ€? to Bellevue and back, starting this weekend. King County Metro will roll out its latest fleet of fast, high-tech buses on the RapidRide B Line, a Bellevue-Redmond connection, featuring free rides Saturday and Sunday. Elected officials representing the Eastside converged at Crossroads on Wednesday morning to celebrate the new route, funded by local and federal money. â€œRapidRide means less time waiting and more time moving,â€? King County Executive Dow Constantine said during his remarks at the â€œribbon-tyingâ€? event at Crossroads, where approximately 70 people celebrated the launch of the new route. The B Line route will travel between the Bellevue and Redmond downtown transit centers, with limited stops along Northeast Eighth Street, 156th Avenue Northeast, 148th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 90th Street. With buses arriving every 10-15 minutes, the route makes connections to Crossroads, the eastern portion of Overlake, the Microsoft campus and north Redmond. The B Line, which features 19 stops, is expected to operate about 20 percent faster than the routes now in those corridors. This is achieved by eliminating some bus stops, quicker fare collection with offboard Orca card payment stations at major stations and transit signal priority that either extends or provides green lights for arriving B Line buses, according to Paul Roybal, the B Line implementation lead.
Eastside: tÄ‡SFFOFXSPVUFT travels through eastern Bellevue between the Eastgate Park-and-Ride and Bellevue Transit Center; 235 connects Bellevue Transit Center and Kingsgate Park-and-Ride; and 241 serves south and west Bellevue with service from the Eastgate Park-andRide to Bellevue Transit Center. t3FWJTFESPVUFTGPS 221, 234, 238, 240, 245, 246, 249, 250, 265 and 930 Dart. t"EEJUJPOBMUSJQTGPS 211, 212, 255 and 271 and Sound Transit Express 522 and 545; and t&MJNJOBUJPOPGSPVUFT 222, 225, 229, 230, 233, 247, 253, 256, 261, 266, 272, DART 926 to avoid duplication of service. â€œWe had to reconfigure so many services,â€? said King County Council member Jane Hague, who represents parts of Bellevue and Redmond. â€œBut we kept our priorities straight and that is making sure you got transit for your needs. ... Iâ€™m really excited about this new RapidRide â€” the second to be launched in King County â€” because it connects jobs and the economy and connects our Eastside.â€? The B Line is funded by Transit Now, a 2006 measure and $20.2 million in federal money. To view Metroâ€™s new routes and schedules, go to www.kingcounty.gov/metro. Be sure to input a date of Oct. 1 or later when using the Trip Planner.
â€œItâ€™s got the perfect name â€” B Line,â€? said Bellevue Mayor Don Davidson, referring to the speedy, state-of-the-art route. Davidson said the B Line will connect two of the biggest job cores in the region â€” downtown Bellevue and the Microsoft campus in Redmond. RapidRide is a different type of Metro service that includes newly designed buses, shelters and signs, which offer real-time bus arrivals and schedule changes. The distinctive red and yellow buses feature free Wi-Fi service for the route. The roomy buses are energy efficient, lowemission hybrid vehicles with low floors and three doors for faster and easier on-and-off service. King County Council member Kathy Lambert, a Redmond resident who represent parts of Redmond and Bellevue, also pointed out Metroâ€™s new partnership with Safe Place, a nonprofit organization aimed at building community safety nets for young people in crisis, during her remarks. There is a sign on all Metro buses, including buses on the B Line, that say â€œSafe Place,â€? indicating to youth they can approach a Metro driver and simply say â€œI need a safe place.â€? The driver will then call a youth service provider, who will meet up with the driver and youth, and get the youth to a place of safety through a local social service agency. The B Lineâ€™s go-to social service agency is Redmond-based Friends of Youth. â€œNot only will you be safe, but children who are having troubles will be safe on these buses,â€? Lambert said. To learn more about the Safe Place program, visit www.nationalsafeplace.org. The new bus line is the focal point of a host of service changes on the
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Members of the Ridgecrest neighborhood on Education Hill in Redmond are taking the initiative to get to know each other and become disaster-ready, and they are encouraging other residents around town to do the same. Led by Ann-Marie Archer, the neighborhood
held an event last Saturday called Code R.E.D. (Ready, Educated, Dedicated), which brought in about 40 residents as well as first responders and others who spoke to the crowd about disaster preparedness in various situations such as in the car, while traveling and when with children. â€œOur neighborhood is going to be very well trained,â€? Archer said.
In addition to the speakers, Code R.E.D. was also a potluck and opportunity for the neighbors to meet and get to know each other. Archer, who has lived in Redmond for about 15 years, got the idea for the event while she was enrolled in a leadership program through Landmark Education in Seattle. She said the program included a project in which they could
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affect change and Archer decided to do something that would bring her neighbors together. â€œI wanted to create a community where my neighbors know each other,â€? she said. Archer said meeting neighbors will also help in an emergency situation such as an earthquake because people will know who lives where and how many people (and animals) are in each household â€” making it easier to keep track of everyone. â€œIn the face of a disaster,â€? she said, â€œyou donâ€™t want to not know your neighbors.â€? Archer said her neighbors have also begun creating a contact list and will create a map for the Ridgecrest neighborhood. In addition to Code R.E.D., Archer and a few other neighbors will enroll in the City of Redmondâ€™s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program in January. CERT is an eight-week
Ann-Marie Archer, who lives in the Ridgecrest neighborhood on Education Hill in Redmond, is leading her neighbors in becoming disaster prepared. She organized a neighborhood-wide event, Code R.E.D., that brought in about 40 people and taught them about disaster preparedness. Courtesy photo national program, which the city offers for $35 to cover material costs. CERT program manager Janeen Olson runs and teaches the program and said their goal is to have â€œlay-respondersâ€? in the neighborhoods who can take immediate action in an emergency situation because the cityâ€™s first responders will be spread thin trying to covering all areas
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Rosonke said. â€œSheâ€™s an inspiration.â€? West said when she was where Rosonke was, beginning her career, her age was Editorâ€™s note: The Reporter visited with three local another obstacle she faced. At 28, not only women â€” Dr. Lauren West, Judy Jewell, president was she young, but she looked a lot youngof a Redmond concrete manufacturing company and er. However, just as she has been mentoring Redmond Police Commander Shari Shovlin Rosonke, West was mentored by a â€” who have thrived in traditionally malenumber of veteran doctors along dominated careers. Here are their stories. the way. auren West did not have it â€œI got a lot of wonderful teacheasy at the beginning of her ing,â€? the Woodinville resident said. career in emergency mediAnd while being a female doctor cine â€” but the obstacles she faced came with its challenges in her helped her thrive in a male-domiearly days, West said she also met Dr. Lauren West nated workplace. people who were â€œvery enthusedâ€? Her first job was at a hospital in to see a woman in medicine. SomeYakima that served the surroundtimes being female also worked ing region and out of the roughly to her advantage as some patients 250 physicians, only four were were more comfortable having a women. woman treat them. â€œI was kind of lonely,â€? she admitted. â€œEven today, we have people who The 57-year-old said in the early really do, for cultural reasons, pre1980s when she was starting out, fer a female doctor,â€? West said. Judy Jewell women in medicine were still so She said in an emergency situarare some patients didnâ€™t think she tion, people will usually agree to be was a doctor, but rather a nurse. cared for regardless of the gender of their West said one patient she treated even sent doctor, but they do try to honor a patientâ€™s in a complaint because they claimed they request for a female doctor if one is available. never saw a doctor during their trip to the Another shift in demographics West emergency room â€” not realizing it had has seen in medicine is more male nurses been her. which she said is something else she and West is now an emergency medicine her colleagues must keep in mind if a physician at Evergreen Hospital Medical patient makes a similar gender-specific Center, where she has worked for about request in regard to their nurse. 14 years. There are about 30 doctors in the Something else that has changed for department â€” five of which are female â€” West is how she views her job and what she and they rotate between the Redmond and enjoys the most. When she was younger, Kirkland campuses. West said she really liked the drama of Diane Rosonke, who graduated from working in an emergency department, but medical school in 2006, is one of the remain- now she enjoys the smaller cases that allow ing four female physicians at Evergreen and her to interact with people since unlike a said West has taken an interest in her and family doctor, she does not see the same been particularly helpful in welcoming the patients on a regular basis. younger doctor into the profession. [ more WOMEN page 11 ] â€œ(West) is a pleasure to work with,â€? SAMANTHA PAK
Redmond Police Commander Shari Shovlin, who has nearly three decades of police work experience, enjoys interacting with community members. She said women in police work was rare when she first started. â€œIt was kind of new territory for women in law enforcement,â€? Shovlin said. â€œPeople had a lot of reservations.â€? Courtesy of Redmond Police Department
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[ WOMEN from page 9] West said she also enjoys the smaller cases because many times, the cause of the injury or ailment is not straightforward and she has more of a chance to problem solve. â€œYou have to figure it out,â€? she said. â€œYou have to think.â€?
JUDY JEWELL Judy Jewellâ€™s initial career plan was to go into human resources. After spending her early years around her familyâ€™s Redmondbased precast concrete manufacturing company, it wasnâ€™t too much of a stretch when she bought it from a bankruptcy court in 1987. She and her husband Kevin Jewell renamed the company â€” which focused on architectural pieces and building components â€” to Olympian Precast, Inc. and it has remained in the family since then. Judy has been president since the beginning and runs the company with Kevin, who is the vice president of operations, and their son, who is in estimating
Judy Jewell has been president of Olympian Precast, Inc., a Redmond-based concrete manufacturing company, since 1987. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter and project management. â€œWeâ€™re a small business,â€? Judy said. â€œSo we all wear different hats. We all do a lot of things.â€? She said although women in construction were rare when she started out, it wasnâ€™t a problem for her. Judy said it was actually an advantage for her because as head of a construction company, she wasnâ€™t what people expected and they remembered her for it. As president of Olympian, Judy
said she spends most of her time focusing on the management side of things such as employee benefits and human resources rather than the actual construction side of the company. She said she enjoys it that way because she is able to provide jobs for people, which she thinks is important. â€œI like to provide work,â€? she said. â€œThat gives me my reason to get up in the morning.â€? However, after being in the
business for 23 years, Judy has picked up a few things about construction along the way. And it has been those two-plus decades of experience that has established Olympian in the industry. â€œYou gain respect over the years with experience and it doesnâ€™t matter whether youâ€™re a woman or man,â€? she said. â€œWeâ€™re still getting credit for all the knowledge weâ€™ve gained.â€? Kevin said women are becoming more involved as owners or other leadership roles in all sorts of businesses. He said this is also reflected in the government, referring to the stateâ€™s female governor and two female U.S. senators. This shift can also be seen in construction, he said. â€œI think construction, while still male dominated, is certainly becoming more woman oriented,â€? Kevin said. â€œWe constantly meet with women architects/engineers or contractor project managers today and donâ€™t think there is anything out of the ordinary.â€? Kevin said he and his wife have different responsibilities in the company and while they do interact on some subjects, there is not
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much overlap in their respective jobs. However, working in a small business with offices in close proximity, husband and wife usually have a good idea what the other is doing during the day, he said. â€œAs a consequence, one of the first things we realized is that we didnâ€™t have the normal dinnertime conversation with each other that we might have had before we started working together,â€? Kevin said. Although her gender didnâ€™t present many challenges, Judy said, like most people in the construction world, they were hit by the economic recession in the last few years when many construction jobs were delayed or canceled. â€œIt happened overnight for us,â€? she said. During this slow time, Olympian became WSDOT certified, meaning they can now bid on state projects concerning roadways and other transportationrelated jobs. â€œ(The recession has) been awful, but we havenâ€™t been lazy during this time,â€? Judy said. [ more WOMEN page 11 ]
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SHARI SHOVLIN Shari Shovlin was 18 and a half years old when she joined the Police Reserve Academy at Fullerton College in Fullerton, Calif. She attended the college after graduating from high school in 1982 and was taking criminal justice classes when she joined the academy and since then, the Redmond Police commander has â€œnever looked back.â€? â€œI got addicted,â€? said Shovlin, now in her 27th year in law enforcement. Despite her love of the job, Shovlin said it wasnâ€™t always easy. At the beginning of her career, she said the law enforcement field was only about five percent female and there was a fair amount of discontent and distrust about having women in a â€œmanâ€™s world.â€? â€œIt was kind of new territory for women in law enforcement,â€? Shovlin said. â€œPeople had a lot of reservations.â€? Redmond Police Chief Ron Gibson has been in law enforcement for 32 years and said he remembers in 1979 being asked
Redmond Police Commander Shari Shovlin has earned the respect of her peers â€” and boss. â€œMy favorite part of working with Shari is her willingness to call it like she sees it,â€? said Police Chief Ron Gibson. â€œI value leaders that are willing to speak up and be a part of the solution.â€? Courtesy of Redmond Police Department how he would feel about working with a female partner. â€œI donâ€™t think you can even ask that question in an interview today,â€? he said. Shovlin, who lives in unincorporated King County just outside of Redmond, spent her first 11 years working in California and 16 with the Redmond Police De-
partment (RPD) â€” four of which have been as a commander, which is two positions below Gibson. Throughout her career, Shovlin has worked in various positions ranging from a D.A.R.E. officer, to a patrol supervisor. She has also been a detective and worked in the vice and narcotics divisions. Gibson said Shovlinâ€™s varied
experience is an asset to the RPD and in addition to her commitment to the department, she is very involved in community activities. â€œMy favorite part of working with Shari is her willingness to call it like she sees it,â€? he said. â€œI value leaders that are willing to speak up and be a part of the solution.â€? Shovlin said one of the biggest challenges she faced throughout her career, particularly when she was first starting out, has been working with officers who did not accept women in law enforcement. Because of this, she and other female police officers worked extra hard to prove themselves and fit into a maledominated field. â€œYou couldnâ€™t slack off,â€? Shovlin said. â€œThatâ€™s what we thought we had to do.â€? But all of the hard work has been worth it, she said. Shovlin said she has always admired those in law enforcement and considered it a noble profession. Police officers work to try and keep people safe, something she said she has always found ap-
pealing about the field. Shovlin said she has particularly enjoyed her time working for the RPD because it is a forwardthinking department with fantastic leadership. She said likes that the RPD works and collaborates with other city departments. â€œI love the sense of community that the police department has,â€? she said. After nearly three decades in her profession, Shovlin said law enforcement has definitely evolved since her early days. Gibson agreed, saying women are now very well established in the field and serving in all roles. â€œWe have many examples of woman in leadership roles in our region such as our county sheriff (Sue Rahr) and many serving as police chiefs,â€? he said, referring to the cities of Bellevue, Woodinville and Spokane. Shovlin added that there is more education all around on diversity and police departments are putting the right people in leadership positions â€” regardless of gender. â€œThe field is more diverse than it was years ago,â€? she said.
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The lifelong dream of a bake shop of some sort became a reality for Margo Engberg just 2 short years ago. It all started at the Redmond Town Center location which she calls â€œhomeâ€? her beloved first â€œPinkabella babyâ€? Now 4 stores later Pinkabella is wildly successful. What started as a passion for baking and giving back has turned into a little planet of itâ€™s own. (Margo Engberg)â€?If i didnâ€™t have to make a living I would give it all away, that is truly my heart... my passion. Pinkabella is a family affair, Every one in our house is on board and the employees at our store generously agree to donate 100% of our tips to our childrensâ€™ feeding programâ€? I am so proud of my staff and feel grateful for their loyal commitment to Pinkabella, I could not do it without them!â€? She calls the communities she is in and her staff her extended family and it seems the feeling is mutual, Pinkabella has been well received.
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Redmond setter Sarah Du (No. 21) and middle hitter Marissa Craig (No. 9) go up for a block during Tuesday nightâ€™s 3-0 loss to Inglemoor at home. Du recorded 15 assists for the Mustangs, who were led offensively by hitters Joy Zhang and Heather Smith with six kills each. The loss dropped Redmond to 0-3 in 4A Kingco play and 0-6 overall. MATT CAMPBELL, www.sportspixs.com
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As the losses pile up for the Redmond High volleyball team, the wear and tear of a trying season is evident on head coach Ross Johnsonâ€™s face â€” but he is certainly not giving up. On Tuesday, the visiting Inglemoor Vikings (2-4 overall) overcame an eight-point first set deficit to rally and win, using that momentum to take sets two and three in a sweep of the Mustangs. But it only seems to be a matter of time before Johnsonâ€™s Mustang team (0-3, 0-6), and their neverquit attitude, will discover the magic elixir to break through against the tough 4A Kingco league. â€œIâ€™ve been coaching for a long time and Iâ€™ve never been around a group of kids that has worked so hard and doesnâ€™t experience the big payoff,â€? lamented Johnson after the match. â€œNobody deserves it more than these guys.â€?
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won a game in six other matches this season, seemed poised to break through in the first game, taking advantage of Inglemoorâ€™s many unforced errors to build a comfortable 15-8 lead. Then, as quickly as it happened, the Vikings went on a tear, winning eight straight points to take a 16-15 lead. With the score tied at 19-19, the Vikings took control, rallying down the stretch for six straight points to win 25-19. The Vikingsâ€™ firepower up front, led by 6-foot-1 middle Julia Haining and aggressive outside hitter Emily Carpenter (eight kills each), proved too much for the Mustangs to handle as the home team fell in the second set 25-15. With their backs to the wall, the Mustangs again built an early lead at 6-2 and later 11-6, but a 14-3 run by the Vikings put the game, and the match, away. â€œWe just have to find a way to push through it,â€? said senior libero Justice Magraw. â€œWe have the talent and we can take these teams, thereâ€™s something blocking us. Weâ€™ll figure it out.â€? Magraw had a fine match for the Mustangs, with 16 point-saving
digs, three aces and four kills, all from the back row. Offensively, Joy Zhang and Heather Smith, who stand just 5-8 and 5-7 respectively, got some major air as they combined for six kills apiece, and setter Sarah Du recorded 15 assists. â€œTheyâ€™re doing some good things and weâ€™ve gotten a lot better, but weâ€™ve got to break through,â€? Johnson said. â€œWe had a lot of success at the Juanita tournament a couple weeks ago, we beat some teams that were pretty good. I know they can do it, they know they can do it.â€?
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Johnson, who has coached at Redmond since 1999 and is a former assistant and head coach at Northwest University in Kirkland for seven years, has seen some tough volleyball teams. He believes that the 4A Kingco league is as tough as it gets, with a steep learning curve for programs with thinner numbers such as Redmond. The Mustangs played Bothell on Thursday, after the Reporterâ€™s deadline, and then take on Issaquah and Skyline in upcoming matches.
â€œI donâ€™t know what itâ€™s going to take. When we can win a game in a match â€” every time weâ€™re getting close â€” I think thatâ€™s going to be big.â€? Even with the Mustangsâ€™ winless record, the girls always are fighting out every point, and most importantly, enjoying the team camaraderie and always have smiles on their faces. â€œWith the leadership and the personalities we have, they enjoy being around each other,â€? Johnson said. â€œWeâ€™re being tested, and theyâ€™re resilient... this Kingco league is relentless.â€? As the most experienced girl on the team, Magraw, who plays for Sudden Impact Volleyball Club out of Issaquah, said that getting the girls to gel was a top priority this year. Hopefully, the team will get that boost of confidence it needs to reap the rewards by way of their first league win. â€œWeâ€™re just working on being more of a team this year,â€? she explained. â€œWe had some trouble (in the past), but weâ€™re really close this year and weâ€™re just trying to take it one (game) at a time.â€?
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The Mustang golfers have bounced back from a rough start to win their fourth straight 4A Kingco league match with a 195-204 vic-
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Tuesday nightâ€™s long road trip to Darrington High ended in a long match, but the Owls pulled out a nonleague 3-2 victory. After trading sets â€“ losing 25-14 and 25-13 in games one and three and winning 25-19 and 25-21 in games two and four â€“ the match came down to a race-to-15 tiebreaker that the Owls pulled out 15-12. Offensively Kirsten Parris led the way, swinging for 21 kills while adding 11 digs. Carly Silvernale led the team with six aces and 37 digs. With the win, Overlake improved to 6-3 overall.
The strong Overlake girlsâ€™ soccer team kept their perfect record intact with a 2-1 win over University Prep at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila on Tuesday. The Owls got off to an early lead as Adrianna Gildner (5th minute) and Jenay Brown (22nd minute) both scored unassisted in the first half, and while the Pumas scored in the 66th minute they were not able to score the equalizing goal.
Overlake boys won 161-227. Also contributing scores for Overlake were David Anderson (44) and Jacob Kelley (45).
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