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FIRST OF ITS KIND | Toby Nixon becomes first annexation resident to challenge for council position [2]

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Neptune club can make anyone king of the lake Residents slap city, PSE with $2.7 million lawsuit

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As the rain clouds passed over Lake Washington on a Thursday afternoon, dropping bursts of showers across the shores, a J/22 sailboat skimmed the water. Undeterred by the weather, Anne Allberg and Sandy Miller glided in the surf on one of the Neptune Sailing Club’s four boats. As members of the club, the duo showed up to the Clubhouse – affectionately known as the Cave – picked their boat and signed out. “I think the niche they can provide, and to have access to these boats in our backyard is just great,” said Allberg, who just joined the club this year. For a one-time initiation fee and yearly dues, members have access year round to the boats in this club based at [ more NEPTUNE page 10 ]

Issues over Juanita substation heading to court BY CARRIE WOOD AND MATT PHELPS Kirkland Reporter

Philippe Lindheimer, left, and David Lombard of the Neptune Sailing Club take to a rainy and windy Lake Washington May 5. CHAD COLEMAN, Kirkland Reporter

First woman mayor of Kirkland dies Cooper called trailblazer, intimidating, champion for parks BY MATT PHELPS mphelps@kirklandreporter.com

Doris Munz Cooper was an outspoken member of the Kirkland community. From her days on the Houghton Community Council, to her election as the first female mayor of Kirkland, she always had an opinion. Cooper died on Friday, May 29 at the age of 85. “I was a great fan of Doris,” said Dave Russell, who served on the Kirkland City Council with Cooper for 10 years. “She was sometimes blunt but always on the mark. She always had the city’s welfare at heart.” Cooper was the only woman on the Kirkland City Council for 16 years. “She didn’t carry pepper

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spray, she carried two guns,” said Kirkland Mayor and friend Joan McBride. “The first time I met her I was scared out of my mind. She was such an imposing figure. But she was courageous beyond belief to be a gal in a man’s world.” She ran for mayor three times before being elected by her male peers in 1984. She

served as mayor until leaving the city government in 1990. Kirkland Heritage Society president Loita Hawkinson profiled Cooper in a newsletter story titled “Kirkland’s accidental leader in 2010.” Hawkinson quoted Cooper as saying, “Picking a city manager is harder than picking a husband and now that I’ve thought about it, the field is probably better.” But Cooper’s start in politics came by chance as a stay-at-home Houghton mother-of-five. “When the Houghton Mayor called and asked Doris to a meeting and possible position on the Board of Adjustments, Doris agreed to attend the meeting,” wrote Hawkinson. “She did not know the [ more COOPER page 2 ]

Discovering Peter Kirk’s new toy Tyler Johnson, 2, along with many other kids, discovered the new playground at Peter Kirk Park, which opened last week in downtown Kirkland. MATT PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter

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he dispute between nine homeowners, Puget Sound Energy and the City of Kirkland over the Juanita substation has turned from a battle of words into a lawsuit. The substation was built in 2009 and the homeowners filed suit against PSE for trespass and nuisance in King County Superior Court last September. The residents added the city in the multi-million dollar lawsuit in March. “The approval, construction and operation of the PSE substation has caused a catastrophic devaluation of our properties,” said the neighbor’s attorney, Paul Brain, in an e-mail to the Reporter. As a result, the homeowners are seeking damages for the property devaluation, which could add up to more than $2.7 million, said Brain. The issues with the substa[ more SUIT page 12 ]

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[ COOPER from page 1] mayor and had no idea why she had been called. When Doris introduced herself, it became clear that they had no idea who she was either. Our Doris Cooper was not the person they thought they had called.� The college graduate went on to serve seven years on the Board of Adjustments for the City of Houghton. She would go on to serve on the Houghton City Council and have a big hand in

the creation of Houghton Beach Park. Cooper ran for Kirkland City Council in 1973 after Houghton was annexed. She decided to run for council in an attempt to continue to preserve the waterfront. One of Cooper’s biggest contributions to the City of Kirkland is its local parks. “It was Doris and her fellow council members that took the ‘buy now and develop later’ stand,� wrote Hawkinson. “Doris realized

that our parks are Kirkland’s biggest asset and lack of money was a poor reason to lose them to commercial development.� “She and others saved our waterfront,� said current Kirkland City Councilmember and friend Doreen Marchione. Cooper led four park bond drives and the purchase of the property where the Waverly school had stood. That land would become Heritage Park.

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“Well, I knew the waterfront was finite,� Cooper said in an interview with the Museum of History and Industry in April of 2010. “And in the meantime there were what seemed like great condos going up on the waterfront blocking everything. And so it was a question of you’d better get in there and get it pulled out, get the land pulled out, or there would be no more chances.� Cooper was honored by MOHAI along with other Eastside women in politics, including Marchione. Marchione served as Redmond mayor at the same time Cooper was mayor of Kirkland. “I first met Doris in the mid ‘70s when I was first elected to the Redmond City Council,� said Marchione. “We used to carpool to meetings in Seattle. She was a mentor to me and a great leader for Kirkland.� Cooper was known for mentoring many council members even after she left office. “Doris was a mentor to me and many women, and some men, on the city council,� said McBride. “She was an amazing champion for the city.� Cooper was also known for lightening the mood at times. “One thing that made her unique was her dry sense of humor,� said Russell. “It

made the whole process better. She had a fierce commitment to preserve Kirkland’s small town life, but some of the things she did were pretty new at the time.� Cooper was described as outspoken by most who worked with her. She attributed it to her family. “Well, I think probably part of it has to be the fact that I was in the middle of five children and my dad was very outspoken about politics,� said Cooper in the MOHAI interview. “He was a Republican. And I think it was a matter of survival, frankly, otherwise you would have been buried under all of this.� One former council member likened her to a bulldog. Her honesty and passion came out in an interview with the Reporter in 2008 when asked about her part in parks issues: ““There were a lot of people involved. If you write this only from what I tell you, it will really turn people off -- you don’t mind me telling you how to write this, do you?� But Cooper was a trailblazer without whom the city would not have most of its current 500 acres in 40 parks. Cooper was also a mentor for many of today’s council members, including Mayor Joan McBride.

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Nixon to run for city council Former State Representative Toby Nixon announced this week that he will seek election this year to the Kirkland City Council. He has filed as a candidate for Position 4, currently held by Jessica Greenway. “Our city is at a crossroads,� Nixon Toby Nixon said. “To build the Kirkland we want for tomorrow, we need city government today that is fiscally responsible, encouraging to local businesses, and open and accountable to our citizens. I’ll work to build Kirkland’s tomorrow.� Nixon is an experienced and active leader in our community. He serves as a commissioner of King County Fire Protection District 41, which provides fire and emergency medical service to the Kingsgate, North Juanita, and Finn Hill areas in cooperation with the Kirkland Fire Department.

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Order violation: 3:19 p.m., 11800 N.E. 118th Street. A 37-year-old Kirkland female and a 42-year-old Kirkland male petitioned that their no-contact order be lifted at the Kirkland Municipal Court. The request was denied and witnessed by a Kirkland Police officer. The officer then saw the man pick up the woman two blocks from the court and was arrested for violating the order.

Warrant arrest: 10:26 p.m., 11800 block of 97th Lane N.E. A 26-year-old Kirkland man called the Kirkland Police Department in regards to a harassment complaint. The man was subsequently arrested on his driving with a suspended license warrant.

May 2 Domestic: 12 noon, 12900 block of N.E. 91st Lane. A 15-yearold Kirkland female was arrested for assaulting her mother and her brother during an argument today at their residence. Warrant arrest: 2:46 p.m., 100 Central Way. A 38-year-old Kirkland man was contacted while stumbling along Central Way. The man had a felony Seattle warrant and a misdemeanor Medina warrant. The man submitted a 0.416 blood alcohol test and was transported to Evergreen Hospital.

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Domestic: 1:30 a.m., 1600 block of First Street. A 34-year-old Kirkland man assaulted his girlfriend after they came home from a bar and got into an argument concerning finances. The man struck the woman in the right eye with a closed fist.

April 29 Domestic: 12 a.m., 10000 block N.E. 127th Place. Two brothers got into a physical altercation in their apartment. The suspect was arrested for assault after he had punched his brother in the face. Disorderly conduct: 1:02 a.m., 100 Kirkland Ave. A Kirkland Police officer witnessed two men “throw down� outside the Central. One man fled the scene upon contact but was later arrested. The other man was also arrested for disorderly conduct.

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Assault: 6:15 p.m., 400 block of 18th Ave. An alleged victim called to report a fight between herself and a 31-year-old female over a parking dispute at Kirkland Junior High one-and-a-half months ago. The suspect was given a citation at the time of the incident and escorted off the property.

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“She didn’t carry pepper spray, she carried two guns.“ Mayor Joan McBride

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n your marks, get set ... RUN! No, no, no ... sit down. That is not what I meant. The filing period to run for city or county council is June 6-10 and we are all looking for a few good men and women. Kingsgate, Juanita and Finn Hill residents will have only been official Kirklanders for five days at the start of that period, but they are eligible to run. Former state Rep. Toby Nixon, who lives in the Kingsgate neighborhood, threw his hat into the ring this week to run against two-term incumbent Jessica Greenway. He is the first, of hopefully many, annexation area residents to get involved in Kirkland City government. Our democracy does not work without everyday people stepping up to help lead. The Kirkland City Council has had a relatively quiet two-year stretch after a period of ethical scandals, but all leaders have to prove to their constituents they are worthy of another term. This time around it is Councilmembers Jessica Greenway, Bob Sternoff and Dave Asher’s turn to see if the public still approves of the job they are doing or if they want a change. Only Greenway has declared that she will run again for position No. 4. Asher is likely to announce his candidacy for a third term to keep position No. 6 as he already leads the charge to raise campaign funds with $10,000 raised. It is unclear whether Sternoff will run again for position No. 2 as he has not declared his candidacy publicly. Sternoff is the only council member in the past 20 years from the Moss Bay neighborhood. Kirkland is a unique city with very defined neighborhoods. Each neighborhood has a unique sense of history and culture, including those that will be new to the city. This got me wondering about representation on the city council from each neighborhood. The last time Kirkland took on an annexation was in 1988 when it incorporated North and South Rose Hill, along with Lower Juanita. That annexation brought the number of neighborhoods in

Kirkland to 13. According to city records, since that time there have been 28 city council members. Only two of the 13 neighborhoods - North Juanita and the Highlands - have not had representation on the council. A third, Everest, has not had a resident run for the first time and win. Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride won her seat on the council in the late 1990s from Houghton and later moved to Everest. All of the records that the city has on former and current council members’ addresses are based on the neighborhood they were first elected from. McBride is one of many council members to run and win a seat on the council after serving on the Houghton Community Council. Houghton has been the best represented on the city council since 1988, with seven members elected. North Rose Hill is the next in line with five members and Bridle Trails has had four council members elected. But of all the neighborhoods, Houghton has contributed the most mayors: McBride, David Russell, Doris Cooper, Randy Barton and Bob Neir. Some Kirkland council members have even moved on to a larger governmental body. Former mayors Larry Springer, from the Market neighbor-

hood, and Deb Eddy, Bridle Trails, now serve a portion of the Eastside in Olympia as state representatives. Undoubtably, in the next 20 years the three new neighborhoods to Kirkland will give the city a few council members and maybe even a mayor or two. Odds are North Juanita and the Highlands cannot go another decade or two without representation. Will that person be you? Could you be the next city council member or mayor of Kirkland? It’s like your mother always said, “You never know until you try.” To learn about eligibility requirements and campaign contributions for the Kirkland City Council, please visit www.kirklandwa.gov/council. Persons interested in filing for an open position may file with King County Election Divisions in person, by mail, by fax, or online. In-person filing opens at 8:30 a.m. June 6 and closes at 4:30 p.m. June 10 at the King County Elections Building, 919 S.W. Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057. For more information about candidate filing and other ways to file, please visit the King County Web site at www. kingcounty.gov/elections/referenceresources/candidatefiling or call King County Election Operations at 206-296-1565.

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Up next: Tolls on Juanita Drive? Welcome to Kirkland residents of the annexation areas. Prepare for your inaugural reamings. First poke: Garbage. For years we have had good service from Allied Waste. We have 96 and 64 gallon containers, and have paid about $88 for three months of service. Waste Management has been chosen by Kirkland government to succeed Allied. For the same size containers, we will now have to pay Waste Management $82 per month, or $246 for three months. Is there a logical explanation why our garbage service cost should almost triple? Second poke: Water. The city is going to enter new “franchise agreements” with Woodinville Water Dis-

trict and North Shore Utility District to provide the same water, through the same pipes, under the same ground that they have been providing for many years. The only difference is that the “franchise agreements” will impose cost increases between 7-10.5 percent, not on the utilities who will pass the fees, but to the customers. Thus, it is nothing more than a direct tax on the new residents. Of course, the Kirkland City Council with forethought mined this pot of gold when they overrode the majority no vote on annexation. Next, could they possibly place tolls on Juanita Drive?

Edward J. Bell, Kirkland Editor’s note: After numerous inquiries, the Kirkland Reporter has checked with Waste Management on the cost for garbage service as described above. Many residents have been confused by

a Waste Management mailer thinking that they will have to pay for recycling and yard waste services. Actual cost to residents pertains only to the size of garbage container selected by the consumer.

Family planning is the best investment As leadership in the House and Senate nail down budget details, they must not lose sight of the fact that family planning funding is one of the best investments our state makes. Solid data indicates we save $4 for every dollar we spend on family planning. These savings do not take into consideration the avoided longterm costs that children born in the effected income bracket may incur in state-supported health care, child-care and education. Efforts in the Senate

to achieve a bipartisan budget, by cutting $2.25 million from Department of Health family planning, should not outweigh this important equation. Currently, the state pays for about half of the pregnancies in the state through Medicaid, and maternity and pregnancy costs are increasingly expensive. For $1 million, more than 4,000 patients can get family planning services, but it only takes 115 pregnancies to wipe out $1 million dollars of spending on Medicaid-paid births. The proposed Senate cut could result in more than $9 million in new costs to our state, starting immediately. Legislators should not let politics get in the way of good sense. They should avoid digging a deeper budgetary hole for our state by accepting the House’s budget for family planning.

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Old Seahawks’ home renamed for former mayor Barton

Northwest University President Joseph Castleberry, right, announces the renaming of the old Seahawks’ headquarters building in recognition of Randall K. Barton, left. MATT PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter or donate a boatload of The deal between NU money? It is humbling to be and the Nordstrom family, recognized for my service which owned the Seahawks and I am very touched.” at the time, was not easy to Barton was asked to speak get done. and joked that he would “I still stand amazed at like to have NU President how good that business Joseph Castleberry’s transaction was,” said office with its view of Barton. “There are a Lake Washington for lot of other people BARTON his retirement. who should be “(The Seahawks) mentioned on that were here for 23 plaque.” years and were always Barton had just willing to contribute,” said been hired as the new former Kirkland Mayor Bill vice president for developWoods. “It was a huge move ment for NU at the time of for our city to have them the deal. He approached here for so many years. They then-president D.V. Hurst were just great neighbors.” with the plan in a three-

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Randall Barton has contributed a lot of time and energy to the City of Kirkland. He served on the Houghton Community Council, Kirkland City Council and was even elected mayor in 1990. But his biggest contribution brought an NFL franchise to Central Houghton and helped his alma matter, Northwest University (NU), prosper in a huge way. “If you want a win in the win/loss column you give the ball to Randy Barton,” said honorary Board of Directors emeritus Duane Buhler, who played basketball with Barton at NU in the 1950s. The 45,000-square-foot building, training facilities and practice fields on 10 acres have since been turned over to NU after the Seahawks moved their headquarters to Renton in 2008. NU honored the man who brokered the deal by renaming the facility after Barton during a ceremony on May 6. “To have this building named after me is unusual,” said Barton. “Don’t you usually have to be president

page memo, two-and-a-half pages as to why the university should enter into the agreement and just a half page against the deal. “D.V. Hurst is the wisest president Northwest University has ever had because he hired Randy Barton,” joked Castleberry. Barton said the thing that made the transaction work was that the Nordstrom family was used to leasing land and not buying. “The economics of it were just right for both parties,” said Barton, who has also been made an honorary Seahawk by the team in 2006. “But there were a lot of ‘i’s to be dotted. It took a huge effort by many people.” Another appealing aspect for the Seahawks was moving their training camp from East Washington University to the west side of the state. The deal let the Seahawks lease the land on the NU campus for nothing in return for building the facilities and leaving them to the university when they moved away. “It is the greatest single philanthropic act ever given to Northwest University,” said Castleberry. The Seahawks moved its training camp to the new

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NAMI walkers stomp out stigma of mental illness BY RACHAEL HARRIS Special to the Reporter

An estimated 1,500 people will walk along the Lake Washington waterfront from Marina Park to Carillon Point this Saturday. The walk supports the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and is estimated to be one of the largest in the nation. On a typical residential street like the one parallel to the walker’s route, one in four families is affected by a mental illness, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Kirkland resident Dani Thibodeaux discovered her family was one of the 25 percent who experience mental illness when her daughter turned 20 years old. “Her whole personality changed,” Thibodeaux said.

“We didn’t know this person who was our daughter.” Her daughter was soon diagnosed with schizophrenia, a disease that affects 2.4 million American adults over 18 years of age. Most family members who discover a loved one has a mental illness have no direction for help. “At the time she got sick, we knew nothing about mental illnesses,” Thibodeaux said. “We started to look around for some help, and kind of realized there wasn’t a whole lot out there.” That’s when she discovered NAMI. The non-profit organization aims to inform people about mental illnesses, and provides recovery services for families and individuals affected by a mental illness through free classes and support groups.

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low NAMI member John Hughes’ daughter was diagnosed with schizophrenia at 15. Both have joined efforts with NAMI’s Eastside affiliate in Redmond by working for the organization. Hughes said, “My interest in the walk and NAMI and mental illness is a bit of a legacy toward her life (Hughes’ daughter), and making sure that we stick with our support for those with mental illness.” He calls mental illness a “silent epidemic,” but one [ more NAMI page 11 ]

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Laughter is the best medicine at Juanita Bay Pharmacy At the Juanita Bay Pharmacy, customers are typically greeted by their first name. It has the feel of a classic corner drugstore where the community gathers. And in fact, it has been serving the Kirkland area for 30 years. Don Hanson first started the pharmacy in 1981 in lower Juanita. He later moved his business to the current location in upper Juanita, where he and his wife, Sally, run it each day. She says, “I think it’s the diversity that we have in the store that has kept us in business for so many

years.� The store consists of a pharmacy, gift shop and post office. “We’ve kept afloat because we have different things that keep us afloat,� says Don. “One day we’ll have lots of medical sales, the next lots of gift sales, the next lots of postal sales.� Don, who got his pharmacy degree from Washington State University, runs the pharmacy. Before owning his own store he worked as an Army nurse in Vietnam and received two bronze stars. Don isn’t your regular pharmacist. Not only does he know you by name, but

he makes your medicine in a precise formula catered to your body’s needs. This is the art of compounding. Through this approach, Don is able to create medicine for patients who may be allergic or have difficulties swallowing by creating topical gels. “We can make things that are not available through drug companies, but they’re still prescription. If they (drug companies) can’t just pull something off the shelf and put a label on it, they send the customer to me and we make it from scratch. It’s like the pharmacy from the 1950s,� he says.

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Don Hanson, owner of Juanita Bay Pharmacy, is a Washington State University graduate. His store features Cougar memorabilia. CARRIE WOOD, Kirkland Reporter is a University of Houston Cougar.) To stay fair, they do carry some Husky merchandise as well. “Notice you have to bow down to it,� says Sally as she points to the very bottom shelf on the aisle - no pun intended as Don attempts to sing the University of Washington’s fight song. In the back of the store is the post office where Don and Sally’s humor shines through. Above the shelves lies a box with a fake hand hanging out with the words “Our last rude customer� written on the side. The Hansons love humor, especially when others can laugh along with them. The couple’s involvement and dedication to the pharmacy have obviously contributed to its success. Don says, “With business the way it is you have to stay on top of it for it to stay profitable. All it

takes is one mistake or one supervisor messing up and you’re out of business.� Sally notes that to stay in business for 30 years is a rare accomplishment, not to mention having the same owner. In a press release from The National Community Pharmacists Association, President Robert Greenwood congratulated the Hansons by saying, “NCPA applauds and appreciates pharmacies like Juanita Bay Pharmacy for their dedication to the practice of community pharmacy.� Juanita Bay Pharmacy is located at 13520 100th Ave. N.E. For information, call 425-821-4009.

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SAMMAMISH TAKES FIRST AT BRENTWOOD REGATTA Members of the Sammamish Rowing Association recently won at the Brentwood Regatta in British Columbia. The team won the total points trophy, as well as the individual boys and girls team points trophies for the second year in a row. Brentwood Regatta is the largest youth rowing event in North America, with more than 1,700 participants each year. SRA had 143 youth rowers competing, and won gold and silver medals in 17 finals races. The girls junior B novice 8’s team won a gold medal and included: Samantha Sefton, a student at Kirkland Junior High, as well as Rachel Enstrom, a student at Lake Washington High School. Sports contact and submissions: Megan Managan at mmanagan@ kirklandreporter.com or 206-232-1215

the Kirkland Marina. Started in the 1960’s and capped at 85 members, the club all but guarantees people will be able to use a boat when they want. The club has four boats, two J/22s and two Catalina 22’s, all available to members. “There is no waiting list, no ability to reserve boats or anything like that except for formal racing program,� said Philippe Lindheimer, a club member of over five years. “You come down and check out a boat, say when you’re leaving and when you’re coming back. We analyze the logs every year. In a bad year, we find that theoretically there are a couple times that people could have showed up and there wouldn’t have been a boat available, but it doesn’t actually happen.� Daivd Lombard, a member for three years and lifelong sailer who lives just up the hill from the marina, says he never sees all the boats out. “I don’t ever see them all gone, I live right above here and I never see it,� he said. Lombard said the club was a great fit for him, after he sold his boat and missed being able to get on the water easily. While the club is typically full, Lindheimer said every year there are maybe a couple spots open, but quickly get snatched up. With the membership, Lindheimer said, comes a training course, allowing even total novices to join and be confident at the end of training. “Basically, we’re really big on training and safety,� said Lindheimer, who has

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The Neptune Sailing Club teaches members to sail on Lake Washington out of the Kirkland Marina. CHAD COLEMAN, Kirkland Reporter served on the club’s board. “We’re a family oriented, kind of day sailing thing, and we really care about our boats, so therefore we’re probably boarding on obsessive with making sure that for both the people’s safety and the boats’ safety, people know what they are doing.� He said of every 20 people who join, there might be one person who doesn’t need to be trained, but those people will still get a solid 10 hours of time

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LW baseball earns No. 2 seed The Lake Washington baseball team finished the regular season and entered the post season race with the No. 2 KingCo seed last week. The KingCo tournament took place this week, after Reporter deadline, at Bannerwood Sports Park in Bellevue. Prior to beginning the tournament, the Kangs wrapped the regular season with a 3-2 win over Bellevue on Wednesday, May 4. Though Bellevue led going into the second inning, it wasn’t long before the game was tied 1-1.

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join the estimated 1,500 to sign up and walk at 8 a.m. Saturday. Donations are accepted, but not required. More importantly, people learn that there is help available, and that talking about mental illness is the first step to improvement. Hughes said that most people at the walk are open to talking about their experience with mental illness. “We want to let people know that we’re not that different from everyone else,� he said.

City Council Challenge To help stomp the stigma of mental illness, city council members from Kirkland, Redmond and Bellevue are expected to participate in the NAMI walk on Saturday. Redmond City Councilmember Hank Meyers said the Redmond Council challenged Kirkland and

Bellevue council members to participate in the walk. Each council member is worth five points, while a spouse or significant other will garner three points. “Perhaps no group will benefit more from reducing the stigma of mental illness than elected officials,� said Meyers in an e-mail. He joked that the Redmond Council “wants to provide an example for lesser councils to follow. Obviously we had to challenge Kirkland. While they have home-field advantage, their council members seldom finish their first macchiato before noon. This is about bragging rights on the Eastside, and really neither Bellevue nor Kirkland has had much to brag about recently.�

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the plan from the onset, claiming the substation and 23-foot wall behind their backyards has devalued their property. Now, they have the documentation to show just how much their homes are currently worth. At the neighbor’s request, the King County Board of Equalization (BOE) took a look at the properties that border the substation at 10910 N.E. 132nd Street. The board determined on April 9 that the nine homes have dropped by a combined $1.4 million from 2008-2010 - or an average of 50 percent. However, Brain believes the loss is even greater than $1.4 million, “on the order of $2.7-million plus, and feel that a jury of our peers will concur.” The difference between the assessments of damage is that the neighbors feel they are unable to ever sell their homes. “The King County Board

of Equalization found the as taking someone’s property diminution in value was for the benefit of a private directly due to the approval, corporation, in this case PSE. construction, and operation “The city also directly of the PSE substation and ignored their own ordinances was stated as such in their for granting a variance,” he response,” said Brain, about said of when the city granted the independent body apPSE’s request to reduce the pointed to adjudicate appeals required setbacks, landscape of decisions made by the buffers and to extend height Department of Assessments. restrictions before the substaThe board is comprised of tion was built in 2009. seven citizen members apBrain points to conflicting pointed by the King County comments made by council Executive and confirmed by members during hearings the King County Council. before the city granted the According to Zillow.com, variance, and says city staff the average price for a also ignored variance home in the North codes. Juanita neighbor“The city disagrees KIRKLAND hood in 2008 was that the granting $369,000 and in of that variance 2010 it was $294,000. constitutes an inverse The average price for condemnation or a one of the houses bordertaking of their property,” ing the substation is now said Oscar Rey, assistant city assessed at $170,000. attorney. “The diminution in value Rey also noted that the was determined by the board plaintiffs could have appealed after the assessors’ office took the variance in King County into account any decrease Superior Court. or increase in value due to “If they really had an isgeneral market conditions,” sue with the variance, they said Brain. “Thus the deshould have brought the apcrease in value that the board peal at that time,” said Rey. reported was directly due to However, one of the afthe approval, construction, fected neighbors, Michael and operation of the PSE Heslop, said their then-atsubstation.” torney advised them that an The neighbors are suing appeal would cost them more the city for inverse condemthan $100,000 and that “PSE nation. would fight us every step of Brain describes the action the way, driving costs beyond

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what any of us could afford.” Robin Jenkinson, city attorney, said the plaintiff ’s failure to challenge the variance “bars any inverse condemnation or takings claim they may seek to bring against the city.” Rey said that the city is trying to minimize litigation expenses and shouldn’t incur any costs for attorney fees since he is representing the city in the lawsuit. Rey will seek dismissal of the claims against the city during a hearing on June 24.

Issues with PSE From the onset, neighbors have also feared the electromagnetic fields (EMF) that surround the substation pose a potential health risk. The group claims that EMF were both a nuisance and a trespass in part because the EMF were “the basis for a reasonable apprehension of harm from exposure,” according to court documents. PSE spokesperson Gretchen Aliabadi said the company does not comment on active litigation. According to court records, PSE argues that a trespass cannot be found unless the intrusion results in physical damage to the property. However, the homeown-

Doug Emory, dean of academic core, hospitality and service at LWTC, said the proposal to cut the parenting program, which would save the school roughly $300,000, came about three weeks ago as school officials looked for ways to make up for the roughly 20 percent state funding shortfall they project for 2011-12. In dollars, they are looking at a $2.2 million to $3 million gap. Emory said the school’s projected budget for the 2011-12 year, which begins July 1, is $12.4 million. “This is a massive budget cut,” he said. Emory added that since 2009, LWTC’s state funding [ more CUTS page 13 ]

ers assert that a trespass can be found if the intrusion is capable of causing injury. In addition to the lawsuit, the neighbors are also seeking damages from PSE for the substation’s construction that the group claims damaged their property in 2009. Despite initial denials of the allegation, PSE eventually was forced to admit the damage and moved forward to settle the matter. “We have yet to receive payment from PSE regarding the physical damages to our homes,” said Brain, adding that PSE owes more than $65,000 for damages on seven of the nine homes. The damage to the homes were for such things as cracked foundations, chimneys, driveways, ceiling, walls and uneven floors due to vibrations from construction equipment. Once the lawsuit started PSE would no longer communicate with the neighbors directly and required that the legal counsel talk to PSE’s lawyers regarding payment. “Our legal counsel has been in contact with PSE’s lawyers multiple times and we have yet to receive payment for the physical damages they acknowledged they caused and agreed to pay,” said Brain.

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up for the cut in funding. This may include an increase in tuition, which ranges from $60 to $115 per quarter. They are also looking at upping their fund-raising efforts. Kris Anderson, a teacher at LWTG, has also made a proposal to LWTC officials. She asked the school to offer parent education programming in which the college would be responsible for funding the one credit parent education lecture and the co-op would be responsible for paying for the lab portion of the program. LWTC is expected to make a decision on the proposal some time next week.

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with children,� Emory said. Pam Fenton has taught at KCP for 24 years. Before she became a teacher, she was involved in the program as a parent with her two sons. “My first son was very shy, so I was really worried about him going to kindergarten,� said Fenton. “So this was a good step for him to come and meet other kids and moms.� But Fenton found out that KCP was also a great place for her to meet friends as well. She met seven fellow moms at KCP more than 20 years ago and the group of friends have dubbed themselves the “Nerdettes.� “Our kids are in their early 30s now and we still get together about once a

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