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City Council passes new housing ordinance Approved law will prevent landlords from refusing Section 8 voucher tenants SAMANTHA PAK spak@redmond-reporter.com

From left: Charlene Sugden, Mark Sugden, Kris Underhill and Don Watts pose for a picture at Perrigo Park in Redmond. Kris, Charlene and Don are the great-grandchildren of William and Matilda Perrigo, one of the founding couples of Redmond. CHAD COLEMAN, Redmond Reporter

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or Charlene Sugden, the City of Redmond is not the one she remembers HISTORY LESSON growing up during the 1950s Although she was born and 1960s. a Johnston and changed When she and her family her name once she was were living on Education Hill, married, Sugden’s greatthe area was all undeveloped grandparents are William land and dirt roads, with only a and Matilda Perrigo, one few homes. They had electricity of the two Perrigo couples but no running water and had who came and settled in outdoor bathrooms. Sugden’s the area in the 1870s along immediate family owned 10 with Luke McRedmond, the acres of land and other relatives William and Matilda Perrigo (center) and their many children were one of the city’s namesake. had land nearby as well. William was the second first families to reside in Redmond before it became an incorporated city 100 years “We owned the hill more Perrigo to come to the area. ago. Courtesy photo or less,” said Sugden, who is His older brother Warren now 67 and lives in Gold Bar. Perrigo came in 1870 from one of the city’s pioneering and founding “There was nobody there.” Kitsap County and William, coming families: the Perrigos. And while her family owned a lot of from Maine, followed in 1877. City officials and residents — along with land back then, they also hold dear a the descendants from the Perrigo family — [ more PERRIGOS page 6 ] significant piece of Redmond history as

Finding affordable housing in the City of Redmond will become a bit easier, starting next week. City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to adopt an ordinance that prohibits landlords from refusing to rent to tenants solely because they will be using Section 8 housing vouchers to help pay for their rent. The ordinance will go into effect Feb. 18. “I fully support this,” said Council President Pat Vache. The vote was met with a round of applause and came after a public hearing during which 20 people spoke. Most urged Council to support the measure, saying landlords’ refusal to rent solely on the grounds that Section 8 vouchers would be used is “legal discrimination” against a person’s source of income. “I just don’t think that’s the community we want to be,” Council member Kim Allen said about allowing this discrimination to continue. Other municipalities such as Seattle, Bellevue and unincorporated King County have already adopted similar ordinances. City of Redmond human services manager Colleen Kelly told Council this was an important issue to consider because finding affordable housing is a problem city staff members often face when working with people. She said it is in Redmond’s best interests to provide housing at all levels.

WHAT IS SECTION 8? The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban [ more HOUSING page 3 ]


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Shoplifting: There were two reports of shoplifting — one at a store in the 17200 block of Redmond Way and another in the 17600 block of Union Hill Road. A teenage girl was arrested for the report on Union Hill Road and police could not find the suspect for the other report. Burglaries: There were two reports of burglaries on Education Hill. The first report came in at 2:22 p.m. from a residence in the 8200 block of 171st Avenue Northeast. The front door had been smashed in. The second report, at 4 p.m., was in the 17100 block of Northeast 88th Street, where a window was broken using a large rock.

Burglary: Redmond police investigated a residential burglary at 11:29 p.m. in the 15700 block of Northeast 65th Street, where a rear sliding door was smashed open. No items were stolen from the residence and there is no suspect information. Theft: A guest at a Redmond hotel in the 17600 block of Redmond Way reported at 1:37 p.m. that some electronic items were stolen. Vehicle prowls: There were two vehicle prowl reports in the 8500 block of 148th Avenue Northeast of the Grasslawn neighborhood.

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www.redmond-reporter.com [ HOUSING from page 1] Development (HUD), helps participants by subsidizing and paying for a large portion of their rent and utility bills using federal dollars. Redmond residents would apply for the Section 8 program through the King County Housing Authority (KCHA). According to its website (kcha.org), applicants are entered into a random lottery drawing to be placed on a waiting list to receive vouchers. KCHA accepted applications during a twoweek period in 2011 and through that drawing, 2,500 applicants were selected and placed on the waiting list. Depending on what place a person holds on the list, wait times range from one to six months to two years or longer. Omar Barraza, a Seattle lawyer with previous experience working in affordable housing and civil rights, told City Council that he has witnessed hundreds of families who have not been able to find housing because landlords would not accept Section 8 vouchers. “I’ve seen with my own eyes,� he said, adding how “depressing� those cases could be. A number of people who

testified during the hearing said in some situations, the vouchers are all that stand between them and homelessness. These people can range from families struggling in the tough economic climate or those escaping domestic violence to the elderly or individuals living with disabilities and on a fixed income.

TENANT STRUGGLES Others shared firsthand experiences, recounting tales of being uprooted after learning their landlords would no longer accept Section 8 vouchers. Joe Ingram, who has lived through this, said this takes away the tenants’ choices of where they want to live. “I want to move back to Redmond because I love Redmond,� he said. Yezenia Hernandez, a mother of three, also shared her family’s experiences. The Hernandez family, who live in the Archstone Apartment complex near Microsoft, had received a letter telling them they had 20 days to move because their Section 8 vouchers were no longer being accepted. A tenants’ association letter prompted the apartment complex’s management to reverse its decision, but Hernandez said she was still uncertain about her

family’s future living situation since they have a limited income and a daughter with disabilities. “How long are we safe there?â€? she asked. “You live sometimes day to day ‌ it is not fair.â€?

LANDLORDS’ RIGHTS Sean Martin from the Rental Housing Association of Puget Sound, was the only person who spoke in opposition. Martin said this ordinance would force landlords to participate in a voluntary federal program that may not fit in their business models. He said Section 8 requires yearlong leases while some landlords choose shorter contracts in order to have different types of floor plans available for viewing purposes. In response Jill Richardson, a 31-year Redmond landlord supporting the ordinance, said one of the reasons for shorter leases is so landlords can control and raise rent. With Section 8, she said they wouldn’t be able to do this as quickly. Additionally, speakers from various human services and housing organizations said landlords would still be able to conduct a full screening process to ensure prospective tenants will be reliable and responsible.

QFC Supports Heart Health It is fitting that a month which includes Valentine’s Day should also be American Heart Month. February is a month when we should consider not only the love in our hearts but also the health of our hearts. That’s one reason why QFC is proud to support the American Heart Association and “Go Red For Women.� “Go Red For Women� was created by the American Heart Association in 2004 to call attention to the fact that heart disease is not just a disease for older men. As noted on its website, “More women die of heart disease than all forms of cancer combined.� In fact, in the year in which “Go Red For Women� was created, cardiovascular disease was killing nearly a half-million women in the U.S. annually. Funds raised for the “Go Red For Women� are used to support awareness, scientific research, education and community programs to benefit women. The AHA “Go Red For Women� website reports that “over 2 million women have learned their personal risk of developing heart disease by taking the Go Red Heart CheckUp,� and “over 200,000 healthcare provider offices have received critical patient information on women and heart disease.�

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OTHER COUNCIL NEWS In addition to the Section 8 vote, City Council also voted unanimously to extend the city’s current moratorium on medical marijuana collective gardens to give city staff more time to formulate regulation and zoning plans. The temporary ban was originally placed in August so the city could learn how the state would address the topic. As expected, Council approved a contract with American Traffic Solutions to continue using two speed cameras at Albert Einstein Elementary School through the end of the school year. In the meantime, police and city engineers are working on a long-range traffic safety program, which may include more speed cameras. Council also accepted a $4.4 million loan from the Washington State Department of Ecology to go toward a new downtown $9.2 million water quality facility. The Redmond Way water quality facility is proposed to be located at 15640 Redmond Way and is planned for construction in 2013. This facility will provide stormwater treatment for the area collected by the downtown stormwater trunk that is currently under construction.

Upcoming workshop to kick off Eastside Green Business Challenge On Feb. 21, the City of Redmond, Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce, Waste Management and Eastside Sustainable Business Alliance (ESBA) will sponsor a brown bag workshop and training session for businesses and nonprofit organizations. The free workshop will provide tools for costeffective, resource-efficient business practices and is the launch of the Eastside Green Business Challenge (EGBC), a friendly competition among businesses, nonprofits and seven Eastside cities to see who can save the most money and natural resources in 2012. The workshop will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Sammamish Room of the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) Resource Center, 16250 N.E. 74th St. in Redmond. There will be a panel moderated by Dr. Karl Ostrom, co-director of the Network for Business Innovation and Sustainability (NBIS), and will feature local perspectives from several business sectors and a brief case study. An EGBC overview and scorecard training by program administrator Paul Andersson will follow. Informational resource tables will also be available after the formal program. Workshop components will include energy, waste, transportation, water, employees and community. To register for this free event, email Andersson at PAndersson@BellevueWA.gov. Walk-ins are welcome, but RSVPs are appreciated. For other questions, contact Tom Hinman, ESBA’s Redmond coordinator at tom@thinmanassoc.com.

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Urgent or emergency? Knowing the difference could be a life — and money — saver

Editor’s note: Richard Hill is a new contributing columnist to the Redmond Reporter. Politically, Hill is an Independent and will comment on a variety of local and regional issues. His column, “Dick’s Pickins” will appear twice a month and will be humorous and sarcastic at times, along with being informative and opinionated. A trained writer, Hill writes a blog called, “Old Dick’s Grumps for the Day.” If you live or work in Redmond you must be impressed by the relative youth and vitality of its population. Drive or stroll through the Microsoft campus, or Redmond Town Center, or Marymoor Park and behold the energy and activity. It’s a healthy, active, good lifestyle place to live. Then why are we being – is “overrun” the right word? – with new emergency and urgent care health facilities? Is that youth and vitality a façade? Are we really a bunch of old codgers (like me) in disguise, just a slip or a heartbeat away from need for intensive care? Just recently Overlake Hospital opened an urgent care facility on Redmond Way. A little more than a year ago Swedish Hospital opened a free-standing emergency room (ER) on Union Hill, and last March Evergreen countered with its own new freestanding emergency room in Bella Bottega. Evergreen also consolidated its urgent care and primary care offices in Redmond in the same building. Happily these new operations are not appearing in response to the deteriorating health of Redmond’s population. They are part of a national trend, now about a decade old, that was started initially to provide quality medical care to underserved rural populations. The first Richard Hill

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free-standing emergency room in Washington opened in 2006. There are now seven. Urgent care facilities have been around for much longer, and have a different purpose than ERs. It is very important for medical services consumers – you and me – to understand the difference, and to make appropriate use of each. The ER is equipped and staffed to deal with lifethreatening emergencies, stuff like major traumas, heart attacks, strokes and the like. In many of these situations, time is truly of the essence and having an ER close by can save lives that might otherwise be lost. A free-standing ER associated with a fullservice hospital can stabilize a patient and get them to the care that they need post-haste. The urgent care facility, on the other hand, is a place for dealing with the non-life-threatening things that plague us a lot of the time; the cut that needs a couple of stitches, the sprained ankle that needs wrapping and ice, the poison oak rash, sniffles, upset stomach, and on and on. Because these things normally can be dealt with at more leisure, urgent care offices usually are open

days and evenings, and may be closed on Sundays. You and I, as medical consumers, need to be aware of these differences, and to make appropriate use of these facilities. Why not just go to the closest place when you have a boo-boo? The quick answer is cost – ERs are splendid medical palaces and dispense superb care, but it comes at a price. Even if you say you don’t care, because it is covered by insurance, you need to care. Sooner or later that cost will catch up to you in the form of increased premiums or co-pays. Use the urgent care office unless you do in fact have one of those really serious things to deal with. Sit down with your doctor and ask him or her to educate you on how to tell when you or someone you care for needs the ER. So the good news is that Redmond continues to be home to a healthy, vital population, and the even better news is that if and when help is ever needed it is even closer at hand. Richard Hill has lived in Redmond for the last six years and writes a blog, “Old Dick’s Grumps for the Day.” To read his blog, go to www.olddick.blogspot.com.

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It’s spot on that there is no reason to separate civil marriage for same sex couples and opposite sex couples, as the Jan. 27 editorial, “Same sex, same rules” stated. And more than that, there are plenty of reasons why we want to encourage marriage for all couples regardless of their genders. The most important of which for me is that it’s something I want to pass on to my step-son, and future children. Just as my grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles, and cousins have all married because it’s something that carries a great importance, I want to marry to instill the importance of marriage in my children. I don’t know that growing up in a “domestic partnership” household instills in children the importance of commitment, responsibility and family, but I do know that’s what growing up in a married family did for me. And as many people of different beliefs have already, I look forward

to when more accept that marriage is something that should be encouraged, not banned. I’m excited to have marriage in the future plans for my partner and I, and so is our son — as it should be. My partner Chad Minnick and I took the trip to Olympia last week to be there for the Senate vote, and we witnessed history happen. It was an incredible feeling, to hear the passionate testimonies, and then have the Senate vote to get rid of separate institutions meant to accomplish the same thing. It was amazing to have my representative Sen. Rodney Tom on board, and to see that Rep. Andy Hill from where I grew up also decided to vote for marriage equality. This is my community, and I couldn’t be prouder of them and Washington state for letting their voices reach the Senate. Alex Guenser, Redmond

Sen. Hill shows true leadership with vote “We hold these truths to be selfevident that all are created equal,

and endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” These words from the preamble to our Declaration on Independence are the philosophical backbone of our nation. No debate about race, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation or heritage is necessary. It doesn’t matter, ALL Americans have the God-given right to at least life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It is fortunate that those who oppose marriage equality are candid enough to base their opposition on their personal religious doctrine. While the Constitution and the terms of the Marriage Equality act specifically forbid imposing limits on freedom of religious practice, the First Amendment equally forbids using government and law to establish religion. Limiting personal liberties based on a specific religious doctrine is establishing religion through law and is unconstitutional. I wish we could claim that we have consistently applied the words of our

founding fathers about equality and inalienable rights. There are too many occasions where those words were not honored, and there have had to be corrections through court challenges and passage of specific laws. As long as there is legally defined civil marriage, it is ludicrous to claim marriage is not a civil right. I have lived long enough to see raw examples of our basic inalienable rights denied to individuals and groups based on race, color, gender, national origin and religion. The language is always the same, including reference to religious texts or tradition. It doesn’t matter who we are, we all have equal and inalienable rights. Sen. Andy Hill took a courageous and principled vote, and represents the historic Republican values of individual rights, personal responsibility, and protection of our Constitution. Abraham Lincoln would be proud. Thank you, Andy. Hank Myers, Republican PCO and State Convention Delegate. Myers is also a Redmond City Council member.


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[ PERRIGOS from page 1] The area was originally named Salmonberg for all of the salmon in the rivers. It soon became known as Melrose after the Melrose House, the town’s first hotel, which was built and run by Warren and his first wife Laura. Warren had also created trails to other nearby settlements, establishing the Melrose House as a central meeting place. The settlement became known as Redmond in the early 1880s when McRedmond became postmaster. Warren, who also donated land for Redmond’s first school and first church, lived in Redmond for 22 years before moving to Seattle after his wife died. He was King County Commissioner from 1885-87. “He worked on a lot of different things there as a commissioner, but (records) didn’t tell you what,� said Kris Underhill, Sugden’s cousin. “He was Republican, but we don’t hold it against him.� Underhill, the family’s historian, said Warren later settled in the Marysville-Pilchuck area, remarried and had five children. Meanwhile, William and Matilda stayed and started a family in Redmond. They had 11 children, which included Sugden’s grandmother Mabel and Underhill’s grandfather Robert. Underhill, who lives in Monroe, said William built up a store and trading post for loggers and American Indians. His wife Matilda had even received a beaded purse from Princess Angeline, the eldest daughter of Chief Sealth, the City of Seattle’s namesake. Sugden’s sister still has the purse to this day. William and Matilda’s original house is still in existence at the Elevation apartment complex at 17325 N.E. 85th Pl. The Perrigos, along with the Tosh family, also donated land for the Redmond Cemetery on 180th Avenue Northeast between Northeast 70th and Northeast 76th streets.

William Perrigo and his family members built a store and trading post for loggers and American Indians in the late 1800s in the Redmond area. William’s house, where he lived with wife, Matilda and children remains in Redmond at 17325 N.E. 85th Pl. Courtesy photo

ALL IN THE FAMILY While Sugden grew up in Redmond, Underhill, now 60, grew up in California. She was born in the Pacific Northwest and often returned for visits. Underhill said she used think she was lucky when she got back to California because they had better weather, but she eventually realized her relatives up north were the lucky ones because they could get together often and have fun. “They had a lot more family connection,� she said. “The family unit was always important to them.� Sugden agreed, saying this family feeling extended to the rest of the community. “It was fun,� she said. “We were a family, all of us. Everybody knew everybody.� Sugden added with a laugh that her grandmother used to tell her

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as baby clothing, diapers and bottles, for Eastside Baby Corner. At the Goddard Schools, playful and interactive activities are planned by teachers, directed by students and designed to nurture self-confidence for each of the kids, according to Clements. One of the driving philosophies for the schools is the FLEX â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Fun, Learning and Experience â&#x20AC;&#x201D; curriculum, which is focused on play-based learning as well as friendship. The planned activities at the schools focus on teaching children about playing well

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fighters visited the Goddard School location near Alcott Wednesday morning as part of Community Hero Day. Students at the Redmond Ridge location created a community banner with all of their handprints on it as part of Community Friendship Day. Families who attend Saturday's event at the Redmond Ridge Goddard School are encouraged to bring a can of food to be donated to Northwest Harvest as part of a food drive. At the Goddard School near Alcott Elementary, families can bring donations, such

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have also provided tours to prospective families throughout the week. On Saturday, any family in the community can bring their children and join in on the festivities, according to Lynda Clements, the education director at the Redmond Ridge location. "Children learn through active interaction with their environment, so we create these fun environments for the kids to come and enjoy," Clements said. "Parents can see how creative (their children) can be and see how much they express themselves in these open-ended activities. It's really going to be a fun day." Earlier this week, children at both schools created postcards for armed forces overseas as part of Goddard Cares Day. Redmond fire-

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Women in Redmond now have a new salon to visit for their pampering needs and a special service not offered in many places. In addition to waxing, facial and chemical and fruit peel services, The Lash & Wax Boutique at 16651 N.E. Redmond Way, Suite 160 in downtown also offers eyelash extensions, which involves

attaching synthetic, second location silk or mink lashes to for Johnson and the natural lash for a his wife Carolina fuller look. Cruz. Their first Owner O.J. Johnsalon, which goes son said the proceby the same name, dure takes about an is located in the O.J. Johnson hour and a half to Greenwood neightwo hours as each borhood of Seattle lash extension must and has been open be glued to an individual for a few years. Cruz runs natural lash. the Seattle salon while “It is really tedious,” he Johnson is in charge of the said. new Redmond location. Lash & Wax is the Johnson said the Seattle

Lash & Wax was the first salon in the state to open that specialized in eyelash extensions. His wife has been doing eyelash extensions for about 10 years and was working extremely long hours to accommodate her growing clientele until they opened the Seattle salon. Johnson, who had a previous career in construction, started helping his wife about a year ago after attending Evergreen Beauty College in Everett. He was the first male student to enroll in the school, which was not easy. Johnson said he faced a number of people who told him working in the beauty industry would be difficult because of his gender. He added that one person even said they would not hire him because he is a man and therefore, not able to perform all of the services they provide such as bikini and Brazilian waxes, in order to protect the clients’ privacy. While Johnson understands this and will have one of his female employees perform such services, he said he did not appreciate the person’s attitude because people should be able to do anything they want. “I just think society needs to change,” he said. Johnson said he has also

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“We’re still pretty slow,” he said. But slow business does not mean no business. Redmond resident Josie Canales first discovered Lash & Wax when she was driving on Cleveland Street and saw the salon’s sign. It was exactly what she was looking for because she “needed a place for lashes and waxes.” Canales, who lives on Education Hill, got eyelash extensions and really enjoyed her experience. “I love the fact that when I left the spa, I looked perfect,” she said. This was the fourth time Canales had gotten eyelash extensions. She said her first experience was good but the second and third time were not. As a frequent spa visitor and a self-admitting “high-maintenance” person, Canales has not had the best experiences with salons in the area. She said there has been a lack of quality of services in the area and she has encountered spa workers who were cold and distant. But Lash & Wax was a very different experience. “I’m very happy with the service and how they treat you,” she said.

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THE NEXT STAGE When Whitney got involved with TOPs about 10 years ago, she realized that for King Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nearly 2 million residents, there were only a total 14 public indoor courts â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Robinswood in Bellevue and the Seattle Tennis Center, formerly Amy Yee, in Seattle. The numbers didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem right, and she decided to do something about it. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This place came up for us, and we thought, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;this is doable,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Whitney recalled. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were able to secure a loan

          

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game and have fun with it.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Whitneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s community service includes founding a before-school program through the Redmond Community Center called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wake Up To Tennis,â&#x20AC;? something she plans to continue at the Kirkland location. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been blessed to be able to give back to the kids and give them something I truly love,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My goal is to instill the love of tennis in kids, because this is a lifetime sport.â&#x20AC;? For more information on the facility in Kirkland, visit www.topskirkland.org. or contact Whitney at mwhitney @ tennisoutreach.org. To RSVP for the grand opening, email info@tennisoutreach.org.

  

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