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provided a comprehensive training class that teaches skills and addresses issues related to gangs, drugs, self-esteem, emotional issues and helps troubled youth prepare for a better future. At the heart of the program are the intervention workers, individuals that had been on the streets but decided to transform their lives, and their communities, for the better. “They were the ones that were the most valuable players, those are the ones that cause the change we bring about you, one-on-one, face-to-face, in their own homes,” Carroll said. “When the sheriff ’s car drives up, the kids scatter ... when the LAPD shows up, they all run. When these (intervention workers) make themselves available, then they can start communicating in dialogue.”
If there is one thing Dr. Chip Kimball has learned during his five years as superintendent at Lake Washington School District (LWSD), it’s that the job is anything but routine. From reading to kindergartners and reviewing curriculum with teachers, to meeting with city council members, legislators or the governor, Kimball said every day is different. “(Being a superintendent) is one of the most diverse and interesting jobs on the planet,” he said. Part of this variety comes from serving a diverse constituency and working to meet the needs of all while protecting the district’s No. 1 priority: satisfying the students’ interests. In order to be successful, it has been important for Kimball to really understand his constituents. This is the single most important piece of advice Kimball has for his successor, who will replace him at the end of the school year. Kimball is stepping down in June and will become superintendent of the Singapore American School (SAS) in Singapore, beginning July 1, 2012. The LWSD board of directors has begun its search for a new superintendent and is currently gathering information from community members about what they want in a superintendent. The public has been able to provide input through an online survey on its website (www.lwsd.org), under “What’s New on this Site ...” LWSD communications director Kathryn Reith said the survey is a combination of multiple choice and open-ended questions. More than 1,700 people have taken the survey, but the district hasn’t released results yet since the survey is open until midnight tonight. The public also had an opportunity to comment on the subject during Monday’s regular board meeting and only one person spoke. Redmond resident Bob Yoder said he thinks with the district’s current search for a new
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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll addresses a group of Microsoft, Corp. employees Tuesday afternoon. He was at the Microsoft campus, educating employees about a program called “A Better Seattle,” which helps reduce gang and youth violence. The program is partially funded by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. CHAD COLEMAN, Redmond Reporter
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against Notre Dame. The Monday after, he turned on the radio to hear horrific news of a string of gang-related deaths in Los Angeles. “Four kids had been killed over the weekend,” Carroll recalled. “On Tuesday morning, in retaliation, two more kids (died), and by Thursday there were 11 kids that had been killed.” Not long after, Carroll got together with his friend Lou Tice, the founder of The Pacific Institute which is headquartered in Seattle, and community leaders to eventually build “A Better L.A.” According to Carroll, as many as 300 or 400 kids a year die in gang-related deaths in Los Angeles on an annual basis. To change that statistic, Carroll knew there was little that law enforcement could do. The change had to come from within. From its early stages, “A Better L.A.” has
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Microsoft attorney honored by White House for KIND pro bono work For three years, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) has been helping children by providing them with legal representation in immigration court. And earlier this month, Brad Smith was honored by the White House for his work with KIND as founder and board of directors cochair. The Microsoft Corp. executive vice president and general counsel was honored as part of the White Houseâ€™s weekly Champions of Change initiative, which recognizes Americans who are making an impact in their communities in different fields each week. Smith was one of 16 attorneys honored as part of the U.S. Department of Justiceâ€™s Access to Justice Initiative, which focuses on the importance of pro bono work. Smith said KINDâ€™s work focuses on children who have been separated from their families and are going through the immigration system. â€œThere are about 8,000 (children) a year who fall into this group (nationwide),â€? he said. â€œItâ€™s amazingly varied. Weâ€™ve worked with kids from 50 countries.â€?
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f youâ€™ve watched any television recently, or paid attention to the contents of your mailbox, chances are good that youâ€™ve seen many of the ads for and against I-1183, Costcoâ€™s latest attempt to rewrite the rules regarding the sale of hard spirits in its favor. If the issues being discussed seem familiar, itâ€™s because we rejected two schemes to deregulate and privatize liquor sales only a year ago. One of those schemes, I-1100, was Costcoâ€™s. If Costco cared about the will of the voters, its executives would have simply admitted defeat and moved on after last yearâ€™s election. But instead, Costco is trying again. They made a few minor changes to their original proposal, refiled it, and paid for a signature drive to get it on the ballot. Now theyâ€™re sparing no expense to sell it. Costco executives know that if they just say upfront that they want our state liquor storesâ€™ business for themselves, I-1183 wonâ€™t pass. So their media consultants have put together a deceptive ad campaign that falsely makes I-1183 sound like good public policy, when in fact it is a power grab. Ads for I-1183 promise that the measure â€œstrengthens enforcementâ€?, â€œcreates tougher penalties for violating liquor lawsâ€?, and â€œdedicates millions in new revenue for police, fire, and emergency medical services.â€? In reality, I-1183 is a public safety nightmare. Passage and implementation of I-1183 would greatly expand access to liquor. Instead of 329 well-policed liquor stores selling hard spirits, there would be an estimated 1,400 privatelyowned stores in the business. Increased access to alcohol means increased consumption, and increased consumption will lead to an increase in alcohol-related crimes and JMMOFTTFT XIJDIJTXIZUIF8BTIJOHUPO4UBUF Council of Firefighters strongly opposes I-1183. +VTUUIJTNPOUI UIF$FOUFSTGPS%JTFBTF Control and Prevention reported that excessive alcohol consumption cost the United States an
astonishing $224 billion in 2006, or $746 per "NFSJDBOÄ‡ F$%$TTUVEZMPPLFEBUMPTTFTJO workplace productivity, examined law enforcement and criminal justice expenses related to excessive alcohol consumption, and considered motor vehicle crashes caused by drunk driving. The release accompanying the study was sober in tone, but ended on a hopeful note, quoting its "MDPIPM1SPHSBN-FBEFS%S3PCFSU#SFXFS XIP holds a masters degree in public health) as saying: â€œFortunately, there are a number of effective public health strategies that communities can use to reduce binge drinking and related harms, such as increasing the price of alcohol and reducing the number of places that sell and serve it.â€? If I-1183 goes through, the number of places selling and serving alcohol will explode. That much we know; the initiative would allow gas stations and mini-marts to sell hard spirits in addition to big box stores like Costco. 8IBUBCPVUQSJDFT 8FMM TVSQSJTJOHMZ UIF0G fice of Financial Management thinks prices may go up instead of down under I-1183, because the markup on liquor would significantly increase. New fees would be imposed on distributors and retailers, and of course stores like Costco are going to want to take their cut. After all, thatâ€™s what I-1183 is really about: Costco helping itself to higher profits at our expense. But it gets worse. As any Costco member
knows, the companyâ€™s business model is built on volume. Costco and other big box stores have no incentive to stock a wide selection of beverages like our state liquor stores currently do. 8IZXPVMEXFXBOUUPUSBEFUIFFYDFMMFOU selection at our state liquor stores for a few racks full of the same brands at stores like Costco? By the way, it turns out that Costco is responsible for 99 percent of the money behind I-1183. Never before has one corporation spent this much money trying to buy an election. Twenty-two and half million dollars works out UPGPSFWFSZSFHJTUFSFEWPUFSJO8BTIJOH ton. Thatâ€™s how much your vote alone is worth to Costco - $6.15. Costco values the votes of a family of four (with two grown children) at around half the cost of a membership. Theyâ€™re getting desperate. If youâ€™re undecided on I-1183, or havenâ€™t voted ZFU EPOUBMMPX$PTUDPUPCVZZPVSWPUF%POUCF tricked into overlooking the serious and hidden consequences of this initiative. Let Costco know that our state, and our democracy, are not for sale at any price. Vote NO on I-1183. Andrew Villeneuve, a 2005 Redmond High graduate, is the founder and executive director of the Northwest Progressive Institute, a Redmond-based grassroots organization. Villeneuve can be reached at email@example.com.
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here are five city races on the November ballot, but only two of them will be contested. City of Redmond planning commissioner Tom Flynn and Joel Wright, a Microsoft accountant, filed for City Council Pos. 5, currently held by Council President Richard Cole who plans to retire at the end of this term. There will be another contested city council race as Redmond resident Sue Stewart filed to run against incumbent David Carson for Pos. 7. The three other city races for mayor, city council Pos. 1 and 3 will all be uncontested John Marchione, who began his first term as mayor in 2008, announced his reelection plans in April. Incumbent City Council members Hank Myers (Pos. 1) and Hank Margeson (Pos. 3) will also not be challenged. At the county level, Metropolitan King County councilwoman Jane Hague, who announced her reelection in April will go up against Richard Mitchell, a Mercer Island resident and King County Housing Authority Commissioner.
The Redmond Reporter sent out questionnaires to the four contested City Council races. Their answers are below to help Redmond residents in their decision-making process.
Hague represents District 6, which includes parts of Redmond. There are three seats up for election for the Lake Washington School District board of directors â€” all uncontested. Redmond resident Siri Bliesner has filed to run for District No. 5, currently held by Ravi Shahani, who did not file with King County for re-election. District No. 5 includes schools in Redmond. Jackie Pendergrass, the current board president, has filed for re-election in District No. 1. Initially, Pendergrass had a challenger in Kirkland resident Cynthia Hudson, but Hudson dropped out of the race. District No. 2 director Christopher Carlson has also filed for re-election, but has no opponents. Carlson was elected to the school board in November of 2007.
POSITION 5 Tom Flynn t"HF 48. t.BSJUBMTUBUVT Married. t$IJMESFO Son and daughter. t&EVDBUJPO Doctorate, Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2005. Master of Public Health, Tulane University, 1988. Bachelorâ€™s 5PN'MZOO of Science Chemical Engineering, Montana State University, 1985. t0DDVQBUJPO Compliance Consultant, Puget Sound Energy, Bellevue. t$BNQBJHO8FC4JUF www.tom flynnforcouncil.com t$BNQBJHOFNBJM flynnforcouncil @live.com t5PQFOEPSTFNFOUT Highest Rated â€œVery Goodâ€? by Municipal League, King County Conservation Voters, Eastside Business Alliance. t8IBUXJMMCFZPVSUPQUISFF QSJPSJUJFTJGFMFDUFE Over the next four years, I want to protect and promote the cityâ€™s natural environment, including rivers, parks,
and trails. I would like to see parks developed in underserved areas of the city and in the downtown and Overlake. Secondly, I will work on diversifying our local economy and to help local businesses thrive through a partnership in economic development. Iâ€™ll work on improving transportation in the city, and help to make our streets able to handle many modes of transportation. I will continue to advocate with regional leaders to extend light rail to downtown Redmond. I will also work to see that our planned urban centers in Downtown and Overlake continue to be developed in accordance with the cityâ€™s vision. Thirdly, I will work to preserve our single family neighborhoods by directing Redmondâ€™s share of regional growth to the future urban centers. I will also work to see that our neighborhoods are connected to the city through the Neighborhood Network program, and public events like Redmond Lights and Derby Days. It is also vital for the city to be fiscally responsible. I support the Budgeting by Priorities process to ensure the city spends and invests our tax dollars wisely. t8IBUBSFUIFUISFFCJHHFTU DIBMMFOHFTGBDJOHUIF$JUZPG 3FENPOEJO
Transportation is a continuing challenge in Redmond and will be for years to come. The downtown street system is slated for a badly needed restructuring over the next few years. This will at times be a challenge for those traveling on our city streets. Mass transit will be a continuing challenge especially with Metroâ€™s current budget woes. Also, the light rail is funded into Overlake and N.E. 40th Street but not yet into downtown Redmond, so the city needs to continue to advocate for the extension of light rail into the downtown. Downtown parking is a growing challenge that will need to be carefully managed as the urban center takes shape. Another big challenge is the infrastructure work needed to support the development of the downtown and Overlake urban centers. This includes investing in stormwater systems to protect our local waterways, as well as having a robust wellhead protection program to protect the cityâ€™s drinking water wells. One challenge with these programs is how to structure the financing. It is also a timing issue with the stormwater systems, to ensure they are in place to support the anticipated downtown development. Lastly, the current economic climate has impacted our local business community just like others in the region. One indicator of this is the Chamber
of Commerceâ€™s significant reduction in members during the downturn. The city is currently collaborating with local business leaders to help address these short term issues, but also to develop an economic development plan to help the local economy diversify in the long term.
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David Carson t"HF 45. t.BSJUBMTUBUVT Married. t$IJMESFO None. t&EVDBUJPO Bachelorâ€™s of Science in Business Management, Oregon State University. t0DDVQBUJPO Senior Software Test Engineer. t$BNQBJHO8FC4JUF www.Carson 4Council.com. t$BNQBJHO FNBJM david@ Carson4Council. com t5PQFOEPSTF NFOUT Eastside %BWJE$BSTPO Business Alliance, Attorney General Rob McKenna, Washington Association of Realtors. t8IBUXJMMCFZPVSUPQUISFF QSJPSJUJFTJGFMFDUFE My top three priorities will be to keep taxes as low as possible (especially until we emerge from economic recession), work to lower barriers to entry for small businesses (streamlined permitting and licensing) and lastly to push for an increased contribution from the general fund to the capital fund for infrastructure improvements. t8IBUBSFUIFUISFFCJHHFTU DIBMMFOHFTGBDJOHUIF$JUZPG 3FENPOEJO Clearly the city still has revenue challenges, so staying within our means is the first one. Managing growth in the urban centers that is respectful of current residents and also of those making the investments is the second large challenge I see in Redmond. The last would be continuing to plan the infra-
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that enable us to provide efficient and sustainable transportation that connects our residents to jobs and recreation. t8IBUBSFUIFUISFFCJHHFTU DIBMMFOHFTGBDJOHUIF$JUZPG 3FENPOEJO Our biggest challenge is transportation. I have years of transit experience and I know that finding revenue sources is THE challenge. Transportation is vital to our economic future and key to reducing our carbon footprint. Redmond needs leadership at the regional level, where the dollars are allocated and I am ready to step in and fight for Redmondâ€™s share. We need to leverage our own tax dollars wisely to build the infrastructure we need to keep Redmond moving. I have experience prioritizing these 4VF4UFXBSU challenging decisions. I am also committed to protecting our growing economy. We want more choices in dining, entertainment, retail and jobs. Business wants fair and predictable regulation that allows a balance of the interests of residents and commerce. I want to make it easy for new business to come to Redmond, and to retain the great economic base we already have with ample parking, transit options and pedestrian amenities that allow Redmond shoppers to park once and walk to their destinations. I am also committed to a sustainable Redmond. We do that by careful and smart growth; I have championed rewarding green building in the city, helping Redmond be a leader in reducing its carbon footprint and fought to keep our beautiful green environment healthy for generations to come. Focusing growth in our urban centers protects our established neighborhoods to insure that our children can enjoy the same quality of life in Redmond that we value.
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owns chickens for a meat source, the planning commission recommended in its report that â€œslaughter would be permitted at no greater than one chicken within a 24-hour period.â€? As far as the approval process, the planning commission recommended mandatory on-site inspections prior to approval. City staff agreed that some sort of review and approval process was necessary, but suggested a no-cost registration and review process that could be done over the phone or through e-mail, Dietz said. The planning commission held a public hearing on the issue at its Oct. 12 meeting, where six people gave verbal comments, according to the report. There were four submitted written comments, according to the report. Most of the comments â€” both verbal and written â€” were in favor of the allowing chickens on smaller city lots.
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The planning commissionâ€™s report recommends using a zone-based system to determine how many chickens are allowed on each lot. â€œOne chicken would be allowed for every 1,000 square feet of the underlying average minimum lot size of each respective single-family zone,â€? according to the report. â€œNo more than eight chickens would be allowed per lot at any time.â€? In addition, the report recommends that chicken shelters and runs have some sort of roof structure, such as netting or chicken wire, for protection from weather and predators, said Redmond senior planner Kim Dietz. The report also points out that the chicken coops and runs should be at least 15 feet away from any property line. Food would have to stored in a locked, closed container to keep away possible rodents, the report said. In the case that a resident
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www.redmond-reporter.com a variety of populations and one thing a superintendent needs to do is try to make sure these people feel heard and that there are systems in place for people to make themselves heard. While itâ€™s important for people to be heard, Redmond High School senior Deesha Tank said itâ€™s even more important for the superintendent to listen. â€œLWSD really needs someone who is willing to hear what the kids have to say and work with us to steer our district in a positive
direction,â€? she said. â€œAlso, it is important that he or she not only listens, but also takes these ideas and actually implements them rather than throwing them on the back burner for later.â€? Tank understands certain issues may be more difficult to resolve and involve compromising from all parties involved, but she said determination and attentiveness are the most important qualities a superintendent should have. â€œAt the end of the day, the goal is to provide a better curriculum and learning
environment for staff and students,â€? she said. â€œAnyone who believes in this and who has a positive and assertive attitude is someone who would make a great superintendent for LWSD.â€? Tank is a member of the Redmond Youth Partnership Advisory Committee (RYPAC), a youth leadership program with the City of Redmond for junior high to high school students living or attending schools in Redmond. The program is made up of youth and adults who work to shape community programs for young people. One of the ways they do this is by meeting with
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Ballmer received a knock on his door earlier this year. It was Carroll, and he had in idea to pitch. â€œSteve has a son at USC and I knew there was an L.A. connection as well, so I asked him to â€œâ€™take one night when youâ€™re passing through (Seattle), and Iâ€™ll meet you down there and show you whatâ€™s going on,â€™â€? Carroll said. Ballmer politely declined the offer, but remained supportive of the vision, initiating the funding that would go directly to the intervention workers in the area. â€œSteve has put (our) guys
back in the streets now,â€? Carroll noted. â€œThey were funded but they lost the funding and Steveâ€™s recreated it. He doesnâ€™t realize it, (but) heâ€™s a hero to the families of the kids in those communities, those kids are going to get home after school, make it through the weekend, make it through seventh grade and eighth grade because of the contributions he has made.â€? With an approximate cost of $25,000 to fund an intervention worker for a year, Carroll said that most of the money raised goes to the training of the workers and helping them make connections with appropriate programs as well as law enforcement, a positive change that Ballmer believes in. â€œPete Carroll has shown incredible leadership on the field and in the community and I am thrilled he is bringing that to create â€˜A Better Seattle,â€™â€? said Ballmer at the launch of the campaign back in September. â€œWe believe in the importance of providing youth with better opportunities.â€? Though in its infancy,
â€œA Better Seattleâ€? has been welcomed with open arms by the Seattle region as well as the National Football League, according to Carroll. â€œThe local backing from the mayorâ€™s office, the Seattle PD, the Sheriff â€™s Department, it all came together within a couple meetings and we were off and running,â€? he remarked, adding that they were able to create clout with the Seahawks organization as well, and the Seattle YMCA and their Alive & Free program, the official outreach avenue of â€œA Better Seattle.â€? The YMCA already has 10 outreach workers out on the streets in Seattle. All of this comes at a crucial time, as recent budget cuts to law enforcement have
forced the elimination to department gang units, as crime has moved into the suburbs. Julyâ€™s highly publicized shootings at a Kent car show, which injured 13 people, began as an altercation between two rival gangs. â€œAll the gangs, they all have a hub of some sort,â€? Carroll explained. â€œIf we can get one or two people in an area of 10-12,000 people to do the work weâ€™ve been talking about, be available on the streets to communicate and most importantly head off retaliation, (they) can save the kids that normally die in those areas.â€?
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October 28, 2011  said that local community members can contribute in a myriad of ways. â€œA Better Seattleâ€? often does community outreach events and fundraisers, which always need volunteers. â€œLast week, we had a group that worked with us on Los Angeles come up here and meet with 1,100 kids, and they all got gifts, school equipment and all kinds of things,â€? Carroll said. â€œWe need volunteers to help us with those types of events. Just the couple hours you spend in the community, handing stuff out to families, just sending good imagery and keeping the mood afoot.â€? The successful coach, who has one of the best
NCAA records of all-time, 97-19 (.836) during his 10year run at USC, believes the value of â€œA Better Seattleâ€? goes even beyond the issue of life-and-death in the suburbs. He noted that in the state of California, with its struggling economy, a gang-related murder costs $1 million to process in total. â€œIf we save 10 lives, weâ€™ve saved 10 million dollars in California,â€? Carroll said. â€œI donâ€™t know what that number here is in Washington, but itâ€™s ridiculously high. Itâ€™s the right work for so many reasons.â€? For more information, visit www.abetterseattle.org.
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Every point seemed to matter during Monday nightâ€™s 1A Emerald City League (ECL) volleyball match as The Overlake School Owls and Seattle Academy Cardinals battled it out in the Overlake School gym. With the Owls already having secured a berth to the ECL playoffs, starting last night, the home team could have played the role of spoiler and knocked the Cardinals out of the playoff picture with a win, but Seattle Academy stayed alive with a 3-1 victory on game scores of 25-22, 25-15, 25-27 and 25-21. â€œIt was a big game for them, and a great win for them â€“ they played well,â€? said Overlake head coach Scott Christopher on the Cardinalsâ€™ performance. â€œWe welcome Forest Ridge or (Seattle Academy), it will be a great matchup regardless.â€? Forest Ridge and Seattle Academy played Tuesday night for the No. 3 seed to the playoffs and the right to face Overlake on Thursday, with the Ravens winning 3-0.
The Overlake girlsâ€™ soccer team wrapped up its regular season on Tuesday, suffering a 2-0 shutout to University Prep at home. The loss dropped Overlake to 11-3-0 (13-3-0 overall), with the Owls next playing in the Tri-District Tournament quarterfinals on Tuesday, Nov. 1 against the winner of Cedar Park Christian and the District 1 runner-up, which is to be determined.
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Redmondâ€™s Bar and Grill, a new upscale watering hole with first-class food, opened recently and the owners are hoping to turn it into the new downtown hotspot. â€œWe want to make it a place where people can come and have a good dinner, good quality food,â€? said Tim Short, who owns the bar with his childhood buddy and Redmond native Ander Larson. â€œItâ€™s also a place where a late-night crowd wants to hang out ... So far, itâ€™s been working pretty well. Weâ€™re trying to be that go-to spot.â€? Short and Larson opened Redmondâ€™s Bar and Grill last month in the former location of Oddfellowâ€™s Bar and Grill in historic downtown on Leary Way Northeast. To celebrate the opening and the spirit of Halloween, Redmondâ€™s Bar and Grill will host a Haunted Halloween Bash this Saturday, starting at 9 p.m. The event will feature a DJ, dancing, a costume contest and drink specials all night.
In addition, a grand opening event will be held next Wednesday with a ribbon cutting, along with wine and food samples. Neighboring businesses, Olive, a quaint boutique that moved from Redmond Ridge to downtown and will open on Saturday, along with longtime business Minutemen Press will join in the festivities, which kick off at 11 a.m. with the ribbon cutting at noon. Ten percent of the proceeds from that day will be donated to Redmondbased Hopelink, a human services organization. Larson said the main attraction is the food and that people under 21 can eat there, but are not allowed to sit at the bar. The American fare menu features steaks, burgers, salmon, fish and chips and a variety of appetizers. The chef is Chris Nelson, a former chef and
general manager at Hectorâ€™s Restaurant in Kirkland. â€œHe was exactly what we were looking for,â€? Larson said. â€œThe food is fantastic.â€? Redmondâ€™s Bar and Grill features comfy booths for dining and a classy bar with a variety of beer and wine selections topped off with a handful of flatscreen televisions. There are two pool tables in the back that are converted into buffet tables for a weekend brunch, complete with made-to-order omelets. Short said the place has been packed during dinner hours, but added that itâ€™s also a spot where people can play pool, jam out to the jukebox or watch the big game. â€œItâ€™s a classy spot with a good atmosphere,â€? Short said. â€œWe also have entertainment options. Itâ€™s not just a restaurant that closes at 10 oâ€™clock. We have some nice bar touches.â€? Larson said Redmondâ€™s Bar and Grill is hoping to gradually incorporate some live music into the mix with an acoustical set planned for Sundays. [ more REDMONDâ€™S page 17 ]
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For Larson, who runs a dog training business on the side, this is his first bar venture. As for Short, a former pilot for United Airlines, this will be his third bar and grill operation after owning two watering holes in Scottsdale, Ariz. The pair met in junior high while attending Bellevue Christian and reunited recently when Short moved back to the area from Arizona. Larson said they had been looking for the perfect spot for more than a year. When they saw the property listing of this historic space, which was built in 1903, they jumped at the opportunity. The place was gutted and remodeled to give a more of a â€œbar feel,â€? Larson said.
â€œThis is a great location. I love Redmond,â€? said Larson, who grew up riding his bike along Leary Way and now lives with Short in Bellevue, just a stoneâ€™s throw from the Redmond border. The restaurant part of the place has been a big hit so far and the late-night crowd is picking up, both owners said. They know itâ€™s just a matter of time before Redmondâ€™s Bar and Grill becomes that go-to downtown hangout. â€œWe kind of hit a little bit of everything for everyone,â€? Larson said. Redmondâ€™s Bar and Grill is open 3 p.m.-2 a.m. Monday through Friday and 9-2 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. It is located at 7979 Leary Way N.E. For more information, call (425) 558-9800 or visit redmondsgrill.com.
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Trespassing: At 8:52 p.m., Redmond police arrested three men for criminal trespassing in the 2700 block of 152nd Avenue Northeast.
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