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Buyers, developers announced for Kenmore Village properties BY MATT PHELPS

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R This building in downtown Kenmore, which currently houses Great Play, is part of a purchase and sale agreement between the city of Kenmore and BCC-RPI Kenmore to redevelop Kenmore Village. MATT PHELPS, Kenmore Reporter

edeveloping Kenmore’s downtown core has been a main priority for the city council since incorporation in 1998. Kenmore Camera is slated to move into its new renovated location and anchor the

Kenmore Village shopping center this fall. But plans for the area’s redevelopment took another step forward as the city announced a purchase and sale agreement with two separate buyers for the two Kenmore Village properties on June 10. The Benaroya Company and Real Property Investors

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agreed to buy the Kenmore Village lower parcel, while MainStreet Property Group LLC is still in negotiations to purchase the upper lot, formerly used as a King County Park & Ride. “These are valuable new partners for our downtown,” said Kenmore Mayor David Baker in a press release.

“We’re glad to have them on board because they understand the city’s goals, and they want what we want.” The agreement means that construction on the Kenmore Village properties could begin as early as the summer of 2014. Real Property Investors [ more VILLAGE page 6 ]

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All three seats on the Northshore School District (NSD) School Board up for election will have candidates, as the filing period came and went on May 17. But only one of the races has more than one person running and another seat will have a new representative, despite having just one candidate for the position. The Director District No. 1 seat, held by Julia Lacey, drew two challengers. The threecandidate field will have a primary in August.

Secondary Academy for Success student Danny Castro gives principal Donna Tyo a hug during the high school graduation ceremony. Bothell High School, Inglemoor High School, Northshore Networks, Secondary Academy for Success and Cedar Park Christian High School graduated a combined 1,185 seniors during the past two weeks. The Reporter has posted all graduating senior names on pages 7-8 and 1315 along with more photos. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE NORTHSHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Farmers market opens at Country Village in Bothell BY MATT PHELPS mphelps@bothell-reporter.com

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said Tami McIntyre with Country Village’s management. “In the past year we have had generally more crafters but we try to have five or six of each type.” The types of market vendors range from flowers, produce, music to breakfast foods and to creative gifts for those with newborns. One of

the businesses set up for for the first time at Country Village is Carrisma Collections, owned by Nicole Allen. “This is a venue that is cost-effective,” said Allen, who participates in various famers’ markets in the area. “I do get repeat customers and I get to travel around [ more MARKET page 5 ]

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The Bothell Farmers’ Market at Country Village opened its 2013 season on June 7 with 14 vendors. The market will run through Oct. 4 every Friday between noon and 6 p.m. RAECHEL DAWSON, Reporter Newspapers

Country Village in Bothell is one of the most unique shopping areas in the Puget Sound area. With everything from antique and decor shops to a bookstore and a toy store, there is something for everyone. But the

shopping area has added another element for the summer. The only farmers’ market in the Kenmore and Bothell area opened on June 7 at Country Village with 14 vendors, adding to the retail center’s eclectic shopping experience. “We try to have a good balance of vendors,”


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Main Street breaks ground on Bothell apartment building BY MATT PHELPS mphelps@bothell-reporter.com

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ain Street Property Group LLC recently broke ground for the construction of Six Oaks, a mixed-use 203-unit apartment building in downtown Bothell. This project is a part of the Downtown Revitalization Plan created by the city of Bothell. “It is a very exciting time in Bothell’s 104-year-old history as the city’s downtown begins its transformation into a vibrant, pedestrianoriented community including residential, retail, office, and park amenities,” Bothell’s City Manager Bob Stowe said. “The Six Oaks project is the first development to break ground on the former Northshore School District property and demonstrates the power of collaboration between local government and the private sector to create the community’s reimagined downtown.” The five-story apartment building will offer 6,300 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. The apart-

ments will range in size from 650 to 1,100 square feet. The company boasts that the apartment’s location provides easy access to the region’s top employment centers in Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Woodinville and Everett and is located near the Sammamish River Trail next to where the new McMenamins will be established. “Many people have been passing through here for years, not realizing that the city has been maturing,” said Main Street Property Group President Kelly Price. “Now, with Six Oaks and other projects moving forward, a lot of people have discovered what the citizens of Bothell have known for years, that Bothell is a wonderfully vibrant community that is also incredibly close to anywhere you want to go. Furthermore, this project is in the core of downtown Bothell, which has been a highly walkable area for a long time.” The company also touts that Six Oaks will be just a short walk from the many restaurants, shops, bars, parks and trails that will reside

Father of two from Kenmore wins $1 million playing Powerball BY MATT PHELPS mphelps@bothell-reporter.com

Above, MainStreet and city of Bothell officials participated in the groundbreaking for the company’s 203-unit apartment building earlier this month. Below, an artist’s rendering of the Six Oaks project. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

in and around the new downtown Bothell Landing, which is backed by $150 million in public investment and an additional $207 million in private funding. “We are pleased to further the revitalization with the city of Bothell, with Six Oaks being a cornerstone,” Price said. “… The Six Oaks name comes from the six large oak trees that were preserved to be enjoyed for years to come.

We worked hard to preserve these massive trees and they will be a fantastic amenity for everyone.” Six Oaks will have two landscaped courtyards, outdoor fireplaces, barbecues and seating areas, workout facility, clubroom with entertainment kitchen and lounge areas, and controlled access with secure parking. Kidder Matthews will represent the retail spaces.

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A Kenmore man has claimed a $1 million second tier Powerball prize from the May 18 drawing. He claimed the prize on June 7 after matching all five numbers minus the Powerball number. It was the same record-breaking drawing that saw a woman from Florida match all the numbers to win the $600 million jackpot. The man purchased the ticket at Sid’s Handy Mart in Bothell. As a result the store will receive a $10,000 selling bonus. He realized he was Washington’s newest millionaire when he went to a Washington’s Lottery retailer to check his ticket. “I couldn’t believe it and neither did the teller,” said the man through a Washington State Lottery spokesperson. The man’s name has not been released. Directly after realiz-

ing he had the winning numbers, he went home to reveal the news to his wife and two children. “My wife also couldn’t believe it,” the man said. “She kissed the ticket before I took it to the store, so she’ll be doing that every time now.” He and his wife plan to take a family vacation with their twin daughters and buy a new home with the prize. They’re also eager to set up college funds for both children and invest in their retirement. Both plan to continue working. The man purchased the winning ticket at the Sid’s Handy Mart on Meridian Avenue South in Bothell. This was the first time the man had ever purchased a Powerball ticket, although he usually plays Mega Millions and Lotto every Friday. “I’ll be adding Powerball to the mix,” the man said. This is his first big win.

But hundreds of thousands of workers in Washington, including our neighborhood grocery stores, do not.

“I am one of 30,000 union grocery store workers across Puget Sound who serve our customers everyday. We are on the frontline of food safety. Having paid sick days allows us to stay at home and care for ourselves or our family when we are sick. It is not only good for public health and safety; it is just the right thing to do.”

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NSD seeks applicants for curriculum committee Northshore School District is seeking applications to fill a vacancy on the Curriculum Materials Adoption Committee (CMAC). Applicants must be a parent or community member in the Northshore School District. This is a voluntary, three-year term position appointed by the superintendent. The CMAC is respon-

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children,” Lacey said. Lacey will be challenged “Northshore is a phenomby Marci Cheesebrough and enal school district, so I was Kimberly D’Angelo. not surprised that there were D’Angelo currently has others in the community two children in the NSD wanting to be a part of it,” and is a former NSD said Lacey. “I respect student. She said her anyone with a desire experience workto serve and welcome ing at Northwest the challenge because University will be voters should have a invaluable as a board choice in every race member. on the ballot.” “My role in the Lacey was first Julia Lacey higher education elected to the board field gives me the in 2009 and her feldistinct advantage of low members elected observing firsthand the skill her board president. She said levels of students who have she is proud of Northshore come out of public educastudents and their continued tion, and whether or not growth in student achievethey are adequately prepared ment. when they enter the col“As president, I work legiate level,” said D’Angelo, closely with the board and who is a Psychology Program district to create measurcoordinator. “… One of the able goals that address the key elements currently missneeds of all learners, expand ing from the NSD board is student access to more rigorsomeone who is well-versed ous coursework and support in education beyond K-12. our teachers and staff so they I look forward to bringing can give their best to our

ministrative Center, 3330 Monte Villa Pkwy, Bothell, WA 98021, between June 10-28. The first meeting for the 2013-14 school year is Sept. 23. More information, including the application, is available online at www. nsd.org/cmacapplication.

Northshore Karaoke Bingo BBQ tonight The Northshore Senior Center will host a Karaoke Bingo BBQ night at 6 p.m. on June 21 to kick off summer. Four times a year the young and old converge in Bothell for songs and entertainment, games and prizes, drinks and food. Plus DJ Baby Van Beezly

returns to make summer rock stars out of local residents. Get sweaty and give back to the Northshore Senior Center. Tickets are $15 and the event is for those 21 and older. Reserve a spot by calling 425-286-1032 or clicking seniorservices. ejoinme.org. The event is presented by Gold Sponsor Chateau Retirement Communities. All proceeds benefit the Northshore Senior Center. The Northshore Senior Center is located at 10201 East Riverside Drive in Bothell. For more information visit the website. https://seniorservices. ejoinme.org/NorthshoreKBingo

my unique perspectives and the board are cheating kids to experiences to the board if I benefit adults,” said Cheeseam elected.” brough. “I don’t feel the board D’Angelo said her biggest listens to the community and concerns are reducing class they are not being honest in size and improving technoltheir communication with us. ogy integration. This board votes as if Cheesebrough is the voice of parents a mother of four in have no value. We the NSD. She has can do better.” worked closely with The Director Disthe district on behalf trict No. 5 seat will of special needs have a new school students. board member, as “For several years Kimberly D’Angelo Kenmore Air owner I worked and served Todd Banks has on a board with decided not to run other parents that partners for re-election. with the district to advocate “I just felt like it was the and better the education right time,” said Banks. “I experience for the kids in this need to focus more on my community that are the most business.” vulnerable,” said CheeseborBanks said there are a lot ough. “I feel I can do a better of things he is proud of in his job because I listen and I am time on the board. One of dedicated to doing what is the biggest was purchasing right.” land in the north end of the Cheesebrough believes district to handle growth. that the board does not listen The position only drew to parents enough. one candidate, as Amy Cast “Recent decisions made by will run unopposed for the

Fourth of July Kenmore’s Fireworks Show Celebrate the Fourth of July with the annual Kenmore Fireworks Show over Lake Washington. The fireworks display blasts off at 10 p.m. from the Log Boom Park pier. While waiting for the fireworks show, spectators can visit vendors and enjoy park facilities, music and other activities starting at 8 p.m. Bring a blanket or lawn chair, as limited supplied seating is available. Parking is available at designated local businesses. Please note that the Log Boom Park pier will be closed on July 4 for the preparation

of the fireworks show. The Fourth of July Fireworks Show is organized by the city of Kenmore. The city thanks the following sponsors of city of Kenmore community events throughout the year: Frank Lumber Co., Banner Bank, 91.3 KBCS, Bastyr University, BowWow Fun Towne, Buyers Choice, Grocery Outlet, Northshore Utility District, Puget Sound Energy, Republic Services, Snapdoodle Toys, Fazzari Marketing and the Kenmore Reporter. For parking map or additional event details, visit www.kenmorewa.gov/events.

school board seat. a really smart person,” said Cast said that all of her Banks. “She has good perchildren have taken very spective on the district.” different paths through the The District 5 seat will go school district. back to Sandy R. Hayes, who “I have become involved was first elected in 2009 and in all four schools will run unopposed where my children in November’s genattended including eral election. positions on the Ex“Yes, I am ecutive Board of two surprised but also PTSAs,” said Cast. “I thankful that I am can safely state that running unopposed. I have experienced It allows me to spend Marci Cheesebrough the next six months a wide spectrum of what this school focused on my work district has to offer.” as a board member,” Cast said that her business said Hayes. degree and the positions as Hayes said that the board a project manager, product has many difficult decisions manager and contracts ahead. manager will be invaluable as “We have a lot of changes a board member. coming from new standards, “I have always worked with new testing, a new teacher large dynamic teams, solving evaluation system and hopeproblems and launching fully a new high school and complex programs,” said grade reconfiguration,” said Cast. Hayes. “I am looking forward Banks said he feels the seat to being part of the work to is in good hands with Cast. navigate all of those changes.” “I think she is great and

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y wife and I share one credit card. It gives us a way to build our credit, maintain our finances and of course gives us a way out when things are slow financially. We never let it get out of control and pay the bills on time. And with just one credit card it is easy to monitor our accounts for fraud. Anyone with a mailbox has opportunity after opportunity to obtain more credit. We seem to get more credit card applications in the mail than actual bills or enjoyable letters. It is stunning how much credit card companies spend on snail mail advertising. I normally take out the application, shred it and recycle the rest. But one credit card advertisement really caught my eye last week. It was not for me or my wife but it was from our lone credit card company. The problem was that it was addressed to my 6-year-old son. Now, like any parent, I think he is growing up too fast. But to get a credit card application while he is still learning to ride his bike without training wheels is outrageous and apparently illegal. The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act (or Credit CARD Act) of 2009 made it illegal for credit card companies to send minors credit card applications. I contacted the company and the operator told me they had no idea how his name got into the system. This triggered some red flags for me. How did they get my son’s name and address? Had someone gotten hold of his Social Security number and stolen his identification? I began to get worried. The only thing the credit card company could tell me was to check his credit report. When I was on the phone I remember thinking to myself “OK, that’s not hard.” They gave me the numbers of the three big credit reporting agencies. I called all three. That was where the biggest frustration began. All three had automated telephone lines. I couldn’t even

ask if getting his credit report was necessary. So I went through the automated steps on the phone just to be met with a message at the end telling me that I had to submit the request online for a minor. All three credit reporting agencies told me the same thing. I checked out all three websites only to find that I would have to print out a PDF and send in my request by snail mail. All the while someone might be using my son’s identity to go on a shopping spree. But I was astonished when I read what I would have to send in to actually get his credit report. It starts with his Social Security number, birth date, address and a copy of his birth certificate. But we were not done. I would have to send in my Social Security number, birth date, address, a copy of my driver’s license and a copy of my utility bill to prove residency. So basically they wanted me to send them, Matt Phelps

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through the United States Postal Service - going through numerous people’s hands and sitting in unmonitored places - the most important information to protecting my identity. I was astounded. I was even more confounded to learn that Social Security numbers are labeled by the date issued and not the person’s date of birth. There is no way to check to see if a Social Security number is that of a minor. Just because it was issued six years ago does not mean that it wasn’t issued to an adult immigrant. Companies have no way of knowing if a minor’s identity is being used, or an adult’s. For criminals, stealing a minor’s identity is a lot less risky. After all, there are very few people who think to jump through the hoops to check their son or daughter’s credit score. But it is critical. Many minors who graduate high school or college find out that they owe thousands of dollars before they even start their life.

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How many of us truly love where we live? A lucky few, I’m sure. My mother Sue Kienast is undoubtedly one of those few. In fact, she loves Bothell so much that she has dedicated 40 years of her life preserving and documenting the history of her hometown. [Last year], after four decades of volunteer service, my mom stepped down as the president of the Bothell Historical Museum. Ever since I can remember, my mom has been a driving force behind discovering, chronicling, and most of all, preserving Bothell’s rich history for future generations. The energy and time she spent volunteering was more than some people spend in a full-time job and she loved it. She relished spending an afternoon with children at the schoolhouse adjacent to the museum, showing them what it was like to be a student over 100 years ago. She also loved piecing together fragments of our town’s history through photos, letters, or best of all, via personal stories from townspeople to form an accurate and vivid account of how Bothell has transformed into the town it is today.

I am so very proud and appreciative of the work my mom and all the volunteers at the museum have done and I hope she knows how many lives she touched through her commitment and dedication. Growing up in Bothell, the museum was my second home, and although I now live thousands of miles away, I cherish my time spent there and I hope that every resident of Bothell will spend some time discovering the museum and all it has to offer.

Erika Kienast Lipkin, former Bothell resident

Time to change Kenmore Council As a Kenmore resident since 1973, I have followed the development of city events from King County operations, through incorporation and to the current council. The prospect of incorporation spurred my interest with the hope that Kenmore would become a creative, thriving entity on the north shores of Lake Washington. My observations and involvement in city issues over the past 15 years have been disappointing. Kenmore citizens now have the opportunity to elect new council members in November. Since incor-

poration, the council’s operation and decision-making have been less than creative and prudent. Council members would like to convince us that their achievements have been highly successful with wise investments of our taxes. They point to such major achievements as construction of City Hall, reconstruction of SR-522 highway and increased sidewalks, streets, roads, etc. A close examination of these achievements indicates a different story. The City Hall is a vastly oversized and over-spent project. It includes numerous unnecessary features, such as underground parking and amenities, at excessive costs. A small city such as Kenmore could have operated successfully with a lesser structure and a smaller staff. The large cost savings could have been diverted to other needy city projects. The SR-522 highway is an unfinished project, with no prospect for a soon completion, as the remaining stretch of highway continues to deteriorate. Meanwhile, the volume of traffic on the corridor through Kenmore continues to increase and congestion is more frequent. As for street improvements and construction of sidewalks, our community has received no such

improvements since incorporation. This community has unaddressed, dangerous, open ditches that have been ignored for years, and there are no improved streets or sidewalks in the western residential part of the city. The council’s claim to such improvements is a myth. The Kenmore Council has been involved in the development of a new downtown Kenmore Village for about 10 years. The first attempt ended in an abysmal failure and the developer was released with a handsome payout. Until recently, there has been no serious effort to plan and construct a comprehensive downtown retail center. A sale of about one-third of the Kenmore Village property to Kenmore Camera, at a reduced price, leaves less downtown space for diverse retail development. The former park-and-ride property has been designated for condominium and low-income housing projects. This further reduces the available space for retail use and minimizes the city’s sales tax income. Upon visiting the Kenmore Village, one is confronted with a deserted business area that is in need of total re-vitalization. This project has been a colossal failure and the outlook for the [ more LETTERS page 5 ]


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and get customers I wouldn’t normally be able to reach.” Allen’s business is a labor of love and a way to give back to a community that helped her in her time of need. She makes jewelry to sell at the markets and donates a portion of the profits to Hopelink. “I got sick about four years ago and I was not able to go back to work,” said Allen. “I want to give back to a place that helped me and my family.” Allen said that she gets her ideas for her designs from more expensive

jewelry. “I make it myself and if you bought it in a catalog it would be between $60-90,” said Allen, who sells most of her pieces for about $30. “I look for the trends and try to stay up-to-date. Ladies love to sparkle and as long as I can make them do that I am good.” The market, which has been the village’s summertime staple for nearly a decade, takes place every Friday from noon until 6 p.m. until Oct. 4. McIntyre said that Country Village finds their vendors through various means, including its Facebook page

diapers. Moody, just like Allen, makes all the items she sells at her booth. “It doesn’t take her very long and she comes up with all the ideas herself,” said Moody’s mother Fedda Lehan. Lehan said that her granddaughter is the inspiration for her daughter’s creative venture. The Country Village Farmers’ Market is just one of many events happening at the shopping area this summer. For more information, visit www.countryvillagebothell.com.

The Country Village Farmers’ Market opened June 7 with 14 vendors, including Middle Fork Roasters. Many of the vendors set up shop for the first time as the market celebrated nearly a decade of business. RAECHEL DAWSON, Reporter Newspapers

Bothell man, 21, to stand trial for alleged rape of two teen girls

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recently. With much effort by the council to obtain the necessary funding, the completion of the project is now fully functioning. The upcoming fall election provides Kenmore voters with two well-defined options. Voters may opt for the status quo and continue on the same failed city path, or they can choose to elect new council members that bring a new vision and credibility to our city governance. If voters choose the first option, we are not only approving the incumbent candidates of a failing system, but also supporting and electing a council majority from a Kirkland church to dominate council decisions. If Kenmore residents are concerned about the status of this city and its direction, then we must change the composition of this council. Change is an important option; in this case it is critical.

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For the second time in three years a 21-year-old Bothell man, accused most recently of sexually assaulting two alcoholimpaired teenage girls at a late-night party in October on Orcas Island, is slated to stand trial on charges of felony rape in San Juan County. On June 7, Peter John Anderson pleaded not guilty in San Juan County Superior Court to two counts of third-degree rape of a child, a Class C felony, and to two counts of second-degree rape of a child, a Class A felony that carries maximum penalties of life in prison, a $50,000 fine, or both. His trial begins Aug. 26 and will be heard by a

jury. Prosectors also filed a pair of third-degree rape charges as an alternative to either Class A felony offense. The lesser felony offense carries maximum penalties of five years in prison, a $10,000 fine, or both. Anderson was released under court orders pending trial. According to court documents, the two 15-year-old girls, as well as being under the age of consent, were incapacitated by a combination of alcohol and marijuana at the time prosecutors claim that Anderson forced himself upon both, at separate times that same night, and sexually assaulted each in the haze of a late-night alcoholfueled party in Eastsound

in mid-October. He was 20 and more than four years older than either of the alleged victims at the time. In June, 2010, Anderson, then 18, was accused of second-degree rape for an alleged sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl. He pleaded innocent to the felony offense and six months later the case was dismissed after prosecutors, according to court documents, informed the court that the alleged victim, fearful of confrontational court proceedings, could no longer participate and that they could not proceed without her testimony. As with the 2010 case, Anderson is represented by attorney Charles Arndt of the Coupeville-based

law firm of Arndt and Walker. Arndt is a former San Juan County public defender.

Correction Kenmore City Manager Rob Karlinsey stated that the site on the east side of the Sammamish River Bridge is an unofficial water access point and that the west side is an official boat-launch site, not as reported in the May 17 issue of the Reporter.

Clarification The city of Kenmore is spending $130,000 for both non-motorized water access points. The Reporter strives for accuracy in all of its reportage.

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future is questionable. It is doubtful this retail center will be sufficiently diverse to generate significant city income. As a result, Kenmore residents will continue to shop in neighboring cities, depriving Kenmore of the sales tax. This city needs a serious and creative plan for Kenmore Village; however, it is unlikely the current council can deliver such a product. The council frequently refers to the future development of Lakepoint on the shores of Lake Washington. This project was planned years ago and reviewed from time to time without any progress. This project is “light years” away from reality unless we can elect some creative and aggressive council members to undertake this challenge. To the council’s credit, an important traffic light was recently installed at 61st Avenue Northeast and 181st Street. Improvement of this dangerous intersection was

and as a member of the Washington State Farmers’ Market Association. “We have only local products and that really propels the market,” said McIntyre. Another creative business at the market is Children’s Garden Gifts, owned by Bothell mom Melissa Moody. The business sells gifts, made from diapers and other baby items, for families with babies. Some of the creations include a “tiered cake” made from diapers, washcloth “lollipops” and receiving blanket “milkshakes.” All the items are made with special hypoallergenic

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The city of Kenmore is in negotiations with MainStreet to purchase the old King County Park & Ride parcel across the street from Kenmore City Hall. MATT PHELPS, Kenmore Reporter and the Benaroya Company will partner to form a limited liability company called “BCC-RPI Kenmore” and have signed the agreement to purchase and then redevelop the Kenmore Village commercial site. BCC-RPI Kenmore is required to build 20,000 square feet of new construction for the property with planned uses and at least 5,000 square feet of retail. “We are feeling really good about this particular buyer,” said Kenmore City Manager Rob Karlinsey. “They want what we want.” A feasibility review period of 180 days will allow BCCRPI Kenmore to secure tenants and create a more detailed plan for the site. The company can also back out of the agreement during that period. There are ongoing discussions with potential new tenants but none are confirmed. Karlinsey said city officials discussed including a schedule for construction but they ultimately decided against it due to the feasibility review period. “It they have tenants they are going to have to move as quick as possible,” said Karlinsey. “They were unequivocal that they don’t intend to buy the land and just sit on it.” The sale agreement also states that BCC-RPI Kenmore has to include in the redevelopment a “public

gathering space or town green for public use.” The new construction will also include retail and office space. Both Kenmore Village projects will generate approximately 200 construction jobs. “This means $25 million of construction investment,” said Karlinsey. “That is a pretty big chunk of change to put right in the center of the city.” The sale agreement includes the building that houses the Post Office but not the future Kenmore Camera building. Kenmore Camera purchased the 17,000-squarefoot building from the city last year for $1.25 million. The city purchased all of the Kenmore Village lower parcels between 1999-2003 for a combined $5.7 million and will receive back $3.05 million for the agreements with BCC-RPI Kenmore and Kenmore Camera. But Karlinsey said the city looks at the project as a catalyst for economic growth and not just an isolated construction project. “The upper parcel will sell for more than we bought it for,” said Karlinsey. “The full picture has not come into view.” He also points out that there is 14,500 square feet of property that is slated for public use, including the 10,000-square-foot “town green” space that the com-

Workers begin removing the facade of the old Grocery Outlet building at Kenmore Village, which was purchased by Kenmore Camera for $1.25 million from the city of Kenmore. MATT PHELPS, Kenmore Reporter pany will develop. Another 4,500 square feet has already been redeveloped for angled parking on Northeast 181st Street. Other issues also impacted the sale price, such as putting utilities underground, the requirement to construct new buildings and a minimum retail square footage requirement. BCC-RPI Kenmore has also agreed not to flip or re-sell the property. BCC-RPI Kenmore is also not allowed to “flip” the project, added Karlinsey. “We took this to the open market and cast a big net,” he said. “The price we agreed on was the highest of any potential buyer.” The Benaroya Company’s recent developments include the Toysmith warehouse and distribution center in Sumner and Group Health Medical Center in Puyallup. Real

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Bothell High School gradutes 447 students B

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Arlene Bissett, Abigail Mayaka Bittle, Rachel Scarlett Blaire, Dakotah Ryan Bloss, Travis Robert Bly, Clara Victoria R. Boehm, Crystal Boldbaatar, Nathan Alexander Bolong, Allison Beth Borgida, Jordan Olivia Bower, Connor Samuel Boyce, Kayla Cheyenne Brady, Miquelle Jennae Brito, Evan Craig Brittell, Riley Austin Brohaugh, Connor David Brooke, Dalton Rex Bruil, Bradley Edward Buckingham, Stephanie Lee Bultman, Tyler Peyton Bumstead, Ryan Thomas Burnham, Maxwell Robert Burnham, Colleen Marie Byrne, Sheldon Ray Cabanting, Justin Matthew Caeton, Jacquiline Coliat Calague, Austin Wright Callan, Austin Perri’on Callandret, Drew Thomas Campbell, Hannah Katherine Carlson, Madison Patience Carpenter, Veronica Angeline Carrasquero, Jesus Eduardo Celestino, Eric Robert Chamberlin, Cameron Alexander Chapman, Katelyn Chapman, Laura Kelly Childs, Neha Chintala, Dominic Vincent Claudio, Haley Marie Clement, Jayden Alexander Coble, Megan Sandoval Codd, Emily Jane Collins, Elizabeth Joqueianne

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Cedar Park Christian High School graduates 110 students Katarina Estrada, Bradley Faires, Ryanne Fazio, Jacob Field, Dominic Finseth, Sophia Fisher, Joshua Gallo, Gabriela GarzaLainez, Danica Granard, Sarah Gray, Stephan Gray, Levi Grotte, Garrett Hamlow, Joel Hanson, Joseph Heindel, Brendan Hicks, Andrew Hislop, Stephen Hunsaker, Joshua Ionesi, Dahm Jeong, Casey Jones, Tristen Jurgensen, Paige Kelly, Vicky Kim, Sohee Kim, Morgan Klym, Sawyer Knoblich, Sally Larson, Taryn Leising, Harrison Lockard, Connor Macdonald, Rachel Mayer, Jacob McCullough, Amanda McMaster, Matthew Moon,

Liana Nam, Emily Nastase, Donny Neary, Christina Nelson, Hannah Nelson, Olivia Nelson, Daniel O’Regan, Namju Park, Christian Parker, Grace Payne, Stephen Pearce, Angie Pillai, Daniel Pillay, Alecsis Piscuc, James Polocoser, Daniel Potter, Karlton Putnam, Brandon Renstrom, Joel Ridenour, Alexandra Romine, Morgan Sanker, Luke Saufferer, Evan Scholten, Lauren Setzer, Abigail Shane, Mitchell Shapley, D.J. Staley, Sydney Stark, Sydney Stolmeier, Matthew Stubson, Kenny Sturm, Hannah Sullivan, Allison Tate, Michael Taylor, Faith

Rourke, April Marie Sablan, Rachel Cassidy Sailer, Emma Marie Salud, Allison Kirsten-Dawn Sanchez, Anna Nicoll Sandoval, Wesley Adam Schmer, Ivy Jane Schmitz, Claire Arlene Schuh, Samantha Jean Scuderi, Kevin Parke Seguine, Alexander Max Sempf, Kristan Kaye Servidad, Michelle Ana Shannon, Brayden Robert Sheen, Lina Victoria Shershunova, Courtney Marie Shish, Valerie G Shmigol, Felicity Ann Shomer, Riley Arlen Siewert, Lauren Elizabeth Sifferman, Tait Ross Simia,

Julie Anne Skorpen, Abbigale Penny Slavens, Kelsey Johanna Sloan, Allana Marie Smith, Timothy Martin Smith, Owen Christopher Smith, Timothy Edward Smith, Thea Cathlin Snow, Joshua Song, Bryan David Wilhelm Starck, Amanda Reh Staten, Taylor Reed Steensma, Aleksandra Stoyanova Stoyanova, Benjamin Hunter Sutton, Quinlan Rose Sweeney, Austin Jay Swoboda, Ian Andrew Tadena, Erica Julliun Takano, Daniel Andrew Tarleton, Kaley Lauren Taylor, Kaeley Michelle Taylor, Kelcee Nicole Taylor, Steven Thomas Thayer, Anthony Enrique Thelen, Annie Linnea Thomas, Zachary Michael Thompson, Camille Evelyn Tolleshaug, Kevin Dinh Tran Anh Ho Tran, Wyland James Tregear, Helen

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Cedar Park Christian High School, located in Bothell, graduated 110 students on June 8. This class photo shows 102 of the students, whose names are at left. COURTESY PHOTO CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Teebken, Mark Verburg, Justine Villanueva, Daniel

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Rose Triplett, Cassidy Ann Trout, Max Patrick Tuckner, Anna Alicia Tudor-Berendzen, Saige Mark Tyndall, Samantha Elizabeth Vandenberg Tiffany Jenee Van Eaton, Chloe’ Leilani Vazquez, Mitchell Jeremy Vezzetti, Allison Elena Vick, Kelsey Mae Vieira, Linda Vinitnantharat, Lingjie Wang, Schaefer Christopher Warn, Dakota Joseph Warner, Reshon Isiah Watson,

Hannah Michelle Weenink, Camille Rose Weisenbach, Mitchell Jeffrey Wells, Katherine Marguerite Wentz, Jennifer Lynn West, Hollie Kristine Westendorf, Rachelle Christine Wharf, Caitlin Marie Wheeler, Duane Christopher White, Ian Scott Wilder, Aaron Lee Wilks, Melanie Jean Williams, Scott Morgan Williams, Drew Lincoln, Williams, Dean Edward Willis, Danny Levelle Wilson Jr,

Alicia Renae Wilson Kelly, Frisco Dean Wilyat, Justin John Wimmer, Samuel William Wiper, Sophia Michell Woodard, Caitlyn LaVonne Woolcott-Rose, Niall Philip Wright, Sarah Raeanna Wyatt, Matthew John Wyatt, Kevin Yarnell, Alec Laurence Yarno, Stephen Jacob Yencich, Cady Erin Youngberg, Michael Robert Zaky, Jessica Angelica Zarada and Kaitlyn Cheryl Zemp.

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10216 NE 183 Street Downtown Bothell

18404 102 Ave NE Ste A Bothell, WA 98011

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425.486.4428

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and

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