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Ace plan gets axe Sammammish Council denies use of controversial property BY KEVIN ENDEJAN KENDEJAN@ISSAQUAHREPORTER.COM

Michelle Jay and her parents, Elaine and Raymond, stand near her Sammamish apartment. JOSH SUMAN, Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter

PUSHING FORWARD Sammamish skier competes for U.S. in Special Olympics World Games



nside her Sammamish home, Michelle Jay is gushing with excitement.

In just over a week, she will be headed to South Korea to compete for the United States in the Special Olympics World Games in cross country skiing, a sport she began only two years ago. The past weeks have been spent making final preparations and training — it will be Jay’s first trip outside the United States. But when her plane finally touches down across the Pacific and Michelle Jay begins her quest for one of the top spots among the world’s best Special Olympians, it will be part of a journey much longer than one flight. Elaine Jay remembers a time when excitement seemed a foreign emotion for her daughter. Michelle’s childhood was pleasant enough at home, with a doting father to go with Elaine and a pair of adoring siblings. But school and other social situations were often a struggle as misconceptions about the developmentally disabled were challenged and exposed as discriminatory.

“When I’m skiing, I just want to go forward. I don’t want to turn back.” - Michelle Jay “In her time in school, people weren’t as accepting of the disability and they didn’t recognize it,” Elaine said. “It was much more difficult for her to work through those situations.” The Americans with Disabilities Act was still more than a decade away when Michelle was in school and her father said one word could summate the attitude and pervasive mindset of society about the disabled in those years: “Ignorant.” Without the level of advocacy and societal awareness individuals with disabilities receive today, Elaine hoped her daughter’s most basic needs would be met. “I was just hoping, first of all, that she would

be accepted as a valuable member of the community,” she said. “And that she could accomplish what she wanted.” Michelle, 45, spent her childhood in Woodinville, graduating from Inglemoor High School before accepting a job at the King County Courthouse in Seattle she has held for the past 16 years after an acquaintance grew connected to her and offered a recommendation for the position. It was again at the urging of others Michelle joined Special Olympics, deciding to give cross country skiing a try after finding out only team members could go on an outing she wanted to attend. Coach Jen Fry, who has spent nearly 20 years working with Special Olympics, said Michelle’s desire to improve and positivity have become a hallmark of the team. Despite being one of the relative newcomers among the 90 athletes, she was also elected as a captain. “She has made amazing progress,” Fry said. “The volunteers love working with her. She is very positive and upbeat.” Those traits also helped Michelle, who called Fry, “my friend and a cool person,” become one of only six athletes from Washington that SEE OLYMPIAN, 5

The future of Ace Hardware in Sammamish grew significantly dimmer Tuesday night. Under the advice of city staff, the City Council unanimously voted to deny a proposal made by development group KinderAce to build a new 11,200-square-foot hardware store on a piece of property between Northeast Second and Northeast Fourth streets. “The KinderAce proposal, as was cited by our legal council, raises a substantial number of significant legal and public policy issues and creates the possible perception of favoritism while working under a time frame that is, at best, severely constrained and insufficient,” said Deputy Mayor Ramiro Valderrama, who brought the motion to the table. Valderrama also motioned to direct City Manager Ben Yazici to continue to work with Ace Hardware on finding a new location within Sammamish. But with the store’s current lease in the Sammamish Highlands Shopping Center set to expire in August and limited building sites, the chances of keeping the hardware store in Sammamish grow slimmer by the day. “I think we looked under every rock, we looked in every corner, we looked at every option possible,” said councilmember John James. KinderAce first brought its proposal for land development to the council Dec. 4. Roughly 100 citizens were on hand, with half of those speaking on behalf of the local hardware store. Within the last month, city SEE ACE, 3

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Long time councilman is candidate for mayor BY linda ball

Fred Butler, who has spent the past 13 years on the Issaquah City Council, has announced his candidacy for mayor. Mayor Ava Frisinger has said she will not seek another term. Butler, 72, is the first candidate to file for mayor.

He said he’d been thinking about it since mid-December, but waited until now to make an announcement. He said Frisinger wanted him to run last time. “I wouldn’t run against her,” he said. Butler has been a major voice in many decisions, including the recently approved Central Is-

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BY linda ball

Seven people stepped up to the mic at the Issaquah City Council meeting Tuesday to state why they should be chosen to fill Mark Mullet’s seat on the council. Mullet was elected to the state Senate in District 5 in the November election. Mary Lou Pauly: The civil and environmental engineer has lived in Issaquah for 19 years. She is a member of the task force for the Klahanie annexation study and has been a member of the city’s development commission since 1994. She supports affordable housing, density in the Central Issaquah Plan, and is in favor of a regional transit center for Issaquah. Michael Beard: A naval officer, Beard earned a Combat Air Medal for 39 flights in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Beard, who serves on the Urban Village Development Commission, has lived in Issaquah for

Fred Butler saquah Plan and the Lakeside Development. He said he wants to keep that momentum going, and help Issaquah be a great place to live, work and play without taking sides.

four years. He continues to serve in the Navy Reserves, and is a liaison for Issaquah High School for the U.S. Naval Academy. Beard said the city’s biggest challenge is growth. He said a good business climate is essential for new business to come to Issaquah. Chantal Stevens: A performance management analyst for the King County Auditor’s office, she serves on Issaquah’s Planning Policy Commission. Stevens has lived in the Highlands for eight years. She said her experience in policy gives her sufficient knowledge in good government practices. She wants the CIP to be properly implemented and move forward while making sure the city retains its quality of life. Joe Forkner: A 22-year resident of Issaquah, he has served on numerous boards and commissions. He was on the City Council from 20002007 and worked for the city from 1990-1997. Forkner was on the

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Developer fees delayed BY kevin endejan

Developers hoping to build within Sammamish city limits during 2013 can breathe a sigh of relief, for now. The City Council voted Jan. 22 to delay a 3.51 percent increase on street impact fees that, as of March 1, would have added an extra $521.37 on construction of each new single-family home on the Plateau. “Seeing that we’re still in an economic recession and we’re going through street level of service later this year, I think it behooves us to not pull the trigger on an increase at this time and go with the holistic approach and see what we have on our plate and perhaps tackle it at the end of the year,” said Councilman John James. Mayor Tom Odell noted he had apprehension about delaying fee increase, but only councilmember Nancy Whitten voted against the motion. “A $600 increase on the price of a house in Sammamish is frankly in the large scheme of things not overwhelming,” Odell said.

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Police reports from Issaquah and Sammamish The 44-year-old victim was driving a vehicle gifted to her by her friend, who recently died. The daughter of the recently deceased woman became upset when she noticed the car was missing. She heard from a friend the car was parked nearby in the 3000 block of 228th Avenue Southeast and walked over to the gas station where she confronted her mother’s friend. The daughter demanded the woman transfer the title

BY Kevin endejan

The following information was compiled from City of Sammamish Police reports:

CONFRONTATION Police were called to a Sammamish gas station Jan. 17 after one woman reached through a window and punched another woman several times in the face.

The decision to delay the impact fee means the current rate of $14,853.96 will stay the same until the Planning Commission releases its comprehensive review later this year. Already the highest street impact fee in the state, Sammamish’s rate would have increased to $15,375.33 per single-family home. Neighboring cities like Redmond and Issaquah only have street fees of $6,912.22 and $1,738.89, respectively. The council did unanimously vote to approve a 3.51 percent increase on park impact fees, bumping the current rate of $2,605.82 to 2,697.28 — a jump of $91.46. Even with the increase in parks impact fees, Sammamish still comes in under its neighbors with Redmond at $3,020.24 and Issaquah at $6,998.43. The park impact fees are estimated to generate $13,000 for the city in 2013. In addition to delaying a decision on the street impact fees and increasing the parks impact fees, the council voted to align with a recent change at the state level and increase the time allowed to expend impact fees from six years to 10 years. vandalized her mailbox.

over to her. The woman said she would as soon as she paid her. The victim didn’t want to file charges, stating they were both upset and emotional after losing a mother and a friend.

GROCERY THEFT Workers at the Sammamish QFC called police Jan. 18 to report a customer stole a cart full of groceries estimated at $100. Police reviewed a security tape and discovered the vehicle the man was driving belonged to a Kennewick man, who reported his vehicle stolen in SeaTac.

VANDALISM A Sammamish woman called police Jan. 14 to report someone shoved an object in the lock to her mailbox damaging it to the point where it couldn’t be opened. The woman, who lives in the 4000 block of 194th Place Northeast, said this was the second time in the last month someone


staff and KinderAce met several times discussing areas of concern on the potential site. Proximity to George Davis Creek and a Category 1 bog wetland proved to be a major environmental concern as both required a 215-foot buffer and an additional 15-foot setback. KinderAce countered with another option at Tuesday’s meeting that they believed would relieve many of the concerns. Land owner Elliot Severson proposed no longer using any of the city’s land, preventing a land transfer. He also suggested a parking garage under the hardware store and raising the store itself 6 to 8 feet off the ground, noting it would eliminate stormwater concerns. “It is a smaller total footprint because you have parking underneath the building, but unfortunately the footprint is closer to George Davis Creek,” said Director of Community Development Kamuron Gurol, noting the new plan also didn’t address how delivery trucks would access the store. KinderAce also argued that other cities have used

Development Agreements to expedite processes and navigate constraints within city codes. They believed Sammamish could do the same. City attorney Bruce Disend said that none of the cities identified by KinderAce, including Tacoma and Tukwila, had ever used a Development Agreement for any of the purposes they were requesting. Disend said Sammamish would be making law and that could be dangerous in the event of a challenge from an environmentalist, another landowner or anyone else pursuing litigation. “We love Ace, I think that’s been made clear by everybody here, but we have the responsibility to the public policies as well as the fiscal issues,” Valderrama said. As the August deadline approaches, store owner Tim Koch realizes he will have to shut his doors if a deal cannot be reached, and that’s a hard pill to swallow. “I believe that there will be a lot of harm done to this town without Ace Hardware and that harm’s permanent, it can’t get undone,” he said. Assistant editor Kevin Endejan can be reached at 425-3910363, ext. ext. 5054.




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ome in our state are having an OMG moment because Sens. Rodney Tom and Tim Sheldon — both DEMOCRATS — have sided with Republicans to take control of the state Senate. Apparently, armageddon is just around the corner. Interesting those same people weren’t howling when Tom, as a Republican state senator from the Eastside, actually changed parties in 2006 and became a Democrat. Apparently outrage is a one-way street. Tom also is being blasted because people in his 48th Legislative District support Democrats. Yes, they do – but we think voters around here are more likely to vote for the person rather than the party. That’s one reason why our Top Two Primary was supported by a majority of voters. People know that a “D” or “R” after your name on the ballot doesn’t necessarily make you best for the job. What’s also amazing is that this doom-and-gloom is being raised before the Senate, with Tom in control, even before any bills have passed. Apparently he is guilty until proven innocent. Funny that we don’t hear this same cry when both Democrats and Republicans come together in a bi-partisan manner to pass legislation. Count us incurable optimists, but we think the state will survive – and perhaps improve – with the Senate having both Democrats and Republicans in charge. Laws passed after both parties and both houses have had a chance to be heard usually are superior to what we get when one side is running the railroad.

WHAT’S IN A NAME So, the Sacramento Kings are coming to Seattle. That means the return of the Sonics, right? Maybe not. Given that Microsoft’s Steve Balmer is one of the principal investors, will the name of the new team be the Seattle Surface? – Craig Groshart, Issaquah and Sammamish Reporter


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ike most Seahawks fans, the divisional playoff loss to the Atlanta Falcons was a painful shot to the gut. Making the greatest comeback in NFL playoff history, only to lose it in the final 31 seconds, hurt bad enough. Add in the reality as a Seattle sports fan all I have to look forward to over the next nine months is the Mariners and, well, pass the Zoloft and a frappuccino now. There couldn’t be a larger contrast between Seattle’s two largest sports organizations. The innovative Seahawks appear to be headed for years of success using a youthful roster, the Mariners continue to trade for 30-something, washed-up “sluggers.” The biggest frustration with the Mariners’ 11-year playoff drought is quite simple — ownership obviously doesn’t care about winning. Getting people in the gates with silly Kevin Endejan bobblehead promotions, computerized hydroplane races and garlic fries is certainly a priority. But the reality is, they haven’t put a successful product on the field since 2001. Look no further than the offseason installment of an 11,425-square foot scoreboard at Safeco Field — the largest in Major League Baseball and second in pro sports only to the monstrosity at the Cowboys Stadium in Dallas. With a cost of roughly $15 million, I’m pretty certain the money could have gone towards a player or two.

Quite frankly, if there isn’t a winner on that ginormous screen, I don’t want to watch it. Stunts like this are largely why a couple of years ago, I made a pledge. I will not buy a Mariners’ ticket, even a cheap bleacher seat, until the organization vows its allegiance to the fans and puts a winner on the field. This is hard because I am a baseball fan. I love going to the games, and still won’t pass up an opportunity if a free ticket is offered up. But I can’t justify dishing out my hard-earned cash for a ticket or overpriced concessions when there’s an obvious lack of effort from Mariner’s owners and executives. You figure with Nintendo backing the team, financial options would be limitless — that they could dish out the dough with the likes of the New York Yankees and the Steinbrenners. That’s never been the case. Add in the organization’s public disdain for a new NBA/ NHL arena, a potential (and now likely) competitor in the Sodo district, and it’s that much more disappointing. With recent dips in attendance, I’m pretty certain I’m not the only one who sees through the Mariners’ smokescreens and gimmicks used to draw in crowds. Unfortunately, the majority of Mariners fans continue to be enablers. Keep pushing through the turnstiles and they’ll keep pumping out the same mediocre product.

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Familiar face returns to Eastlake Don Bartel will lead the Wolves on the gridiron in 2013

“This is the place he wants to be as opposed to a stepping stone.”


Eastlake has a new head football coach for 2013, and it is one who is more than familiar with the area and program. Don Bartel, who spent 2012 coordinating the 4A state champion Skyline defense and had previously held the same title with the Wolves under now-retired Gene Dales, will have the reins of the program after Dales’ departure and a year spent mostly under Pat Parnell. Eastlake athletic director Pat Bangasser said while his new head coach is certainly a known commodity among staff and the Eastlake community, it was his coaching chops and dedication to the school that stood out among the 15 candidates. “He can impact the whole school,” Bangasser said, adding that Bartel will be back teaching at Eastlake in 2013. “He’s expressed interest that this is the place he wants to be as opposed to using this place as a stepping stone.” Bartel, who left his previous tenure with the Wolves as a teacher and coach to take the head position at Enumclaw, reiterated that sentiment in no uncertain terms. “I’ve said it to my Skyline kids and I’ll


will make the trip to Pyeongchang, South Korea for the 2013 World Winter Games, which take place from Jan. 29 thru Feb. 6. “I have just seen her grow,” Elaine said. “She’s happy, she’s not a depressed, alone person.

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Don Bartel will return to Eastlake in 2013 as the head football coach. He was at Skyline in 2012 and previously taught and coached football at Eastlake. CHARLES A BLACKBURN, BLACKBURN PHOTOGRAPHY

tell it to the Eastlake kids, this is my last football job,” Bartel said. “I’m looking forward to working not just with the football kids but all the kids in the school.” While Skyline’s success was a forgone conclusion throughout much of

She’s out there enjoying life. To me, that is the most important thing.” The trip will be the first abroad for Michelle and Elaine, though father Raymond spent time overseas during his military career. As her skiing career has taken off — Michelle said she plans on eventually working to transition to competing in downhill ski races — her professional and personal lives have

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blossomed as well. After living with her parents her entire life, Michelle moved out on her own for the first time last year. The first nine months with an empty nest have been challenging for

the year with the nation’s top-ranked quarterback in Max Browne leading an offensive attack that was seemingly unstoppable, Bartel said his primary objective as defensive coordinator was to create an identity for that unit. Rather Elaine, who said she was at first hesitant because of her daughter’s trusting nature. But the hesitancy has given way to motherly pride on a life-long journey that has seen Michelle maintain her own home,

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than allowing the defense to simply exist as a footnote to outstanding offensive performances, Bartel led a group that did not allow more than 28 points in a game all year and held opponents to an average of just more than 16 points per game in six playoff wins. “Our biggest challenge was developing an identity,” he said. “It gave us something to push for.” Eastlake will welcome back key pieces on both sides of the ball after replacing all 22 starters (and a head coach) during the 2012 season. Running back Drew Lewis and quarterback Blue Thomas will give Bartel a pair of dynamic offensive threats, but he said the primary objective is creating a culture of confidence around the program. “You’re going to see kids that play with speed, play with passion and play with confidence,” Bartel said. “We want to give everyone something to root for.”

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‘Mousetrap’ keeps audience guessing BY keegan prosser Reporter newspapers

Mr. Paravicini, played by David Pichette, stokes the fire while Mrs. Boyle played by Ellen McLain looks on. Photo by John Pai. Property of Village Theatre

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To say the actors in Village Theatre’s production of “The Mousetrap” have big expectations to meet would be an understatement. The production, which debuted at London’s West End in 1952, is the longest running play on record - and logged its 25,000th performance in November 2012. Adding to the pressure is the fact “The Mousetrap” stands out as the sole non-musical being performed as part of Village Theatre’s 2012-2013 season. But what it lacks in musical delights, it more than makes up for in plot twists and turns - and stellar presentation. Originally titled “Three Blind Mice,” Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap” has become the late author’s signature murder

mystery tale - a roller coaster of a ride known as much for its surprising conclusion as for the characters encountered along the way. In this tale, eight strangers are held captive at the newly opened Monkswell Manor, at the hands of a treacherous snow storm. Hosted by proprieters Mollie and Giles Ralston, all seems well at the gathering - until it’s revealed a murderer may be in their midst. Directed by Jeff Steitzer, a Village Theatre alumnus, it’d be fair to say the Seattle-based cast hits the nail on the head. The costumes are perfect, the accents don’t distract and the set has you feeling like your in an authentic English inn. Paired with the variety of personalities on stage and a number of red herons - it’s an experience that will have you guessing all night long.

MOUSETRAP Through Feb. 24. Francis Gaudette Theater, 303 Front Street North, Issaquah Info, tickets at As far as the acting is concerned, it’s worth mentioning that Quinn Armstrong, making his Village debut as the peculiar Christopher Wren, steals the show. A hyperactive young man with neurotic tendencies, Wren is taken under the wing or Mollie Ralston from the get-go, but as the story unravels, so too, do Wren’s similarities to the accused. Hats off to Armstrong, who plays the role brilliantly shifting nervously as new case evidence is revealed while main-

taining a sweetness that portrays the character as innocent and naive. Another highlight would be the eccentric behaviors of foreigner Mr. Paravicini (played by David Pichette), whose Italian accent and habit for mischief keep everyone staying at the house on their toes. Yet, the magic of this production - and the wonder of its tenure on stage - is its trickery. In true whodunit form, Christie’s storytelling has the audience believing, at one point or another, that every single character has a motive to kill. Is it one of the Ralstons? Is it Wren - or Paravicini? Or maybe it’s someone you’d never expect. For 60 years, the secret has been kept by those who’ve seen the show. Hopefully attendees of the Village Theatre production will help keep this tradition alive.





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Dr. ForsbergI joined the NaturoMedica Clinic early in 2012. In addition to being a naturopathic physician, I am also a licensed acupuncturist and I.V. specialist. This has enabled the NaturoMedica clinic to expand our offerings to include traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and I.V. therapy. We are pleased to be able to provide our patients with more compehensive integrated care all under one roof.


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Friday, January 25, 2013

Friday, January 25, 2013

Issaquah Wine Walk returns to downtown next Friday, Feb. 1 BY linda ball

What could be more fun than live music, art and wine? The Downtown Issaquah Association will begin its second annual Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk Series Friday, Feb. 1. Last year’s success prompted the organization to expand to four months this year. The walk supports the Downtown Issaquah Association, FISH, artEAST, Village Theatre and Issaquah Historical Museums. Live music, art happenings, refreshments and local boutique wines will be poured in various tasting locations up and down Front Street in the evening on the first Friday of

the month. Front Street shops and restaurants are open to the general public during Wine Walk and all ages are welcome. Front Street Wine Walk venues include ArtByFire Glass Blowing Studio, Illuminate Electrical, Museo Art Academy, artEAST Art Center, Opus Bank and First Stage Theatre. Featured wineries include Issaquah’s own Estrin Estates, owned by Rich and Violet Estrin. The couple have been making wine since 2009, sourcing their grapes from three different Eastern Washington vineyards. They will be presenting 2009 Cabernet/Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. Other wineries include Amelia Bleu of

Woodinville, Icon Cellars of Carnation, Northwest Cellars in Kirkland, Redmond Ridge winery, which will open a tasting room in Redmond in April, and Nardone Winery from Montalcino, Italy. The family also owns Montalcino restaurant in Issaquah. Musical entertainment will include Boadacious Ladyhood, Enigmatica, Megan Biegalski and the Debutones. ArtByFire will demonstrate goblet making as master glass blower, Leonard Whitfield, shows off his collection of hand blown wine goblets. artEAST will feature a stitch exhibition, showcasing an expressive use of stitch imagery and stitch making. The wine walk is a rain, snow or shine

event. Tickets are available online at or at the Historic Shell Station. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the event and includes 10 one-ounce drink tokens. Check in starts at 5 p.m. at the Shell Station, 232 Front St. You must be 21 to purchase wine tasting tickets. Will call for pre-paid tickets require identification for the name tickets were purchased under. Maps of tasting locations, plastic wine glasses, tokens and wristband provided at check in. Participants can bring their own glass if they wish. Wine to take home will be available for purchase. Additional dates are March 1, April 5 and May 3.

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OUR BEAUTIFUL AKC Golden Retriever puppies are ready to go to their new homes. They have been raised around young children and are well socialized. Both parents have excellent health, and the puppies have had their first wellness vet check-ups and shots. The mother is a Light Golden and the father is full English Cream Golden. $800 each. For more pictures and infor mation about the puppies and our home/ kennel please visit us at: or call Verity at 360-520-9196

GERMAN Rottweiler/ Tibetan Mastiff puppies!!!!! Rare, intelligent, beautiful. Great family guards! $400. Call for BORDER Collie pups, your best friend today! ABCA registered. 3 360-550-3838. males Red & White. Ranch raised, working G E R M A N W I R E p a r e n t s . C u r r e n t o n H A I R E D Po i n t e r s . 5 s h o t s & w o r m i n g . puppies left! All males, born September 9th. Up $500/ea. 509-486-1191 to date on shots, vet C H . A K C E N G L I S H c h e cke d . Pa r e n t s o n BULLDOG PUP. MALE. s i t e . D a d i s S m o o t h SHOTS, WORM, WELL Coat. Very loving, great P U P P Y C H E C K U P. t e m p e r a m e n t . $ 5 0 0 DOB:10/12/12. SODO- each. Call 425-754-1843 MOJOBULLOGS.COM. (NOHYPHEN). EMAIL F A R SID31@GMAIL.COM OR CALL 360-832-2322. 2000 FIRM CHINESE PUG puppies born November 7th, (3) males, (1) female, first shot and worming done. Asking $550. Pls call or text (360)708-8611. No calls after 9pm please Reach the readers the dailies miss. Call 800-388-2527 today to place your ad in the ClassiďŹ eds.


LABRADOODLES, F1B White and Mocha. First shots, wor med, and raised in a loving family. $1000.00. Born 11/24. Ready to go home with you after January 25th. 1 year health guarantee. Excellent with families, smar t, loving and lowshedding. tjfloyd@ Redmond SMALL MIXED Breed puppies. Males & Females. Born November 14th. $250 for females. $200 for males. Excellent companion dogs. 206-723-1271


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PURE BRED Saint Bernard Puppies. 3 Males and 2 Females. Ready January 12th. Will have 1st Shots. Mom On Site. Family Pampered Puppies. $450 to $550. Call For More Info: 360-8952634 Robyn (Por t Orchard Area) Add a photo to your ad online and in print for just one low price 800-388-2527


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Friday, January 25, 2013 Dogs

PUPPIES!! 2 Mastador pups; 75% English Mastiff, 25% Lab, 2 females, 1 fawn, 1 black, (mom 50% Mastiff/ 50% Lab, dad is 100% mastiff), $700 each. AKC English Mastiff puppies, show or pet quality, 4 months old, 2 brindles; 1 male, 1 fe m a l e . $ 1 1 0 0 e a c h . Parents on site. 1st & 2nd shots plus deworming included. Ready now. Serious inquiries only. Call: 206-351-8196


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MOVING SALE 1/26!!!!!!! Call now 206-795-7308. Great prices! Hendredon Q u e e n A n n Ta bl e / 8 chairs $900. 2 off white sofas $100 / $125. Antique armoire $600. Girls bedroom set $800. Paintings, mirror, rugs, chairs. Futon sleeper $125. Computer desk $35. Many, many more items!!! Saturday 1/26, from 10am - 3pm located at 4755 Fer nr idge Lane, MI. Just 1.5 miles South on East Mercer. Right on Fernridge.

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( 5 ) J E R S E Y raw m i l l dairy business, includes compressor, (2) (7) gal. milk can with hoses and (2) claws, filtering and bottling apparatus, existing clients, list goes with business, these (5) cows are pregnant and halter broke, can be lead, are very friendly and loving. Transportation available $15,000 OBO. Pls call for more info (360)6316089

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January 25, 2013 edition of the Issaquah/Sammamish Reporter

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January 25, 2013 edition of the Issaquah/Sammamish Reporter