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Ex-police officers issue 2 new claims against the city
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Redmond Police Department (RPD) former officer Marcella Fogg and onetime lieutenant/officer Brent Howard have filed claims of $1 million each against the City of Redmond, RPD and several members of the police force. Fogg, 30, recently filed a $3 million claim against the city for ongoing harassment and retaliation since posing as a senior in a drugs investigation at Redmond High School (RHS) in 2010. The new claim, which she filed on May 31, cites that officer (now lieutenant) and former friend Todd Bowman purposely inflicted emotional distress upon Fogg and defamed, libeled and slandered her character, according to court documents obtained by the Redmond Reporter through a public records request. Bowman has seen the claim and told the Reporter on Wednesday that “anybody [ more CLAIMS page 12 ]
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Nataliya Vabishchevich was a popular massage therapist, she “literally had a following” of customers who were pleased with her work, said Dr. Eric Hansen, owner of Eastside Life Chiropractic in Redmond. The 35-year-old also worked at Pure Chiropractic Center in Bellevue, was a native of Belarus and lived with her 10-year-old son. She was found dead in the entry way of her BelNataliya levue condominium in the Vabishchevich 12700 block of Northeast 10th Place on Monday, and Bellevue Police say the “She was the death is a result of foul play. sweetest person you’d ever want A co-worker who was to meet. She concerned the victim did always had a not show up for work or call in, arrived at her resi- smile on her dence and found her dead face and always had something in the entry way with the nice to say.” door left open, according to Bellevue Police public Dr. Eric Hansen, information officer Carla co-worker Iafrate. The call to 9-1-1 came in just before noon on Monday, but Iafrate said it was still uncertain when the incident took place. “She was the sweetest person you’d ever want to meet. She always had a smile on her face and always had something nice to say,” said Hansen, who worked with Vabishchevich two days a week for the last four years at his Redmond business. She worked at the Bellevue business for two days a week, as well. According to the Eastside Life Chiropractic website, she was passionate about helping people achieve and maintain wellness through the art of massage. She was experienced in caring for all ages, from kids to [ more DEATH page 12 ]
POLICE ID, ARREST WOMAN ON 11 FELONY CHARGES STAFF REPORT
Top, Redmond High School senior Zach Barr stands on a ball statue outside KeyArena, points and yells, “That way!,” telling grads where to line up before heading into the arena for their commencement ceremony on Monday. Barr was the school band’s drum major and that was his signature call in organizing his bandmates, he said with a laugh. Right, Jessica Kwak rushes through the crowd toward her friends. See pages 5-7 and 12 for a list of local graduates. ANDY NYSTROM, Redmond Reporter
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Redmond police identified and subsequently arrested the woman whose picture was posted on the Reporter’s website and other news sites last week. She was arrested on Tuesday for 11 felony counts — eight for second-degree identity theft and three for second-degree possession of stolen property. “We did receive a tip from someone who saw her picture — it’s unclear at this point where or how they saw the photo, but another great catch with the help of our community,” said Jim [ more ARREST page 12 ]
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The Redmond Police Department (RPD) is one of 10 agencies that make up a recently launched regional team that was formed to investigate officer-involved shootings and other major incidents in King County. Jim Bove, spokesperson for the RPD, said the way the new team — King County Investigative Response Team (KCIRT) — works is if a King County agency has a serious event, they can request investigators from KCIRT — who will investigate and likely won’t know the people involved. “KCIRT was designed to assure transparent and unbiased investigations after serious incidents, specifically officer-involved shootings,” Bove said. He said this doesn’t change anything for Redmond because the few times the city has had an officer-involved shooting, RPD always asked another agency to investigate. For example, in the last serious incident in Redmond a few years ago, the department had the King County Sheriff ’s Office investigate. In addition to officerinvolved shootings, other incidents in which KCIRT can be utilized include
intentional and accidental use of any other dangerous or deadly weapon, assaults on law enforcement officers or other law enforcement employees, fatal or serious injuries to a subject in police custody and vehicular collisions involving police gunfire directed at a suspect or a suspect vehicle. KCIRT was activated on June 1 after about two years of development. According to the KCIRT model policy — which was created by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) and approved in November 2011 — the purpose of the team is to provide law enforcement with “guidance on how to structure criminal investigations into officer involved critical incidents that are transparent and fair, and instill the public’s confidence.” The draft continues, stating that, “maintaining the public’s confidence in the investigation processes of officer-involved critical incidents is important for the long-term relationships of an agency and its community. The goal of this model policy is to assist in that effort.” KCIRT is available to any law enforcement agency in King County that requests the services of the team
and in addition to RPD, the remaining agencies of KCIRT are Washington State Patrol, King County Sheriff ’s Office the Bellevue, Kirkland, Issaquah, Bothell, Mercer, Snoqualmie and Black Diamond police departments. Maj. Mike Johnson of the Bellevue police — the agency that took the lead in forming KCIRT — will be in charge of the new unit. He said the formation of this task force came as more research in the last few years pointed to this model of multi-jurisdictional collaboration as a best practice. South King County has had such a model in place for officerinvolved shooting incidents for a few years and Snohomish County has had a program for 20 years. Johnson said this part of King County is just now forming its multi-jurisdictional team now because doing so is always a bit complicated and takes time to put together. “The benefit (of having multiple agencies working on an investigation) is directly related to our ability to combine the most talented investigators and the best equipment/techniques from the many capable detectives throughout the county,” Johnson said.
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At the end of this month, Clint McCune and Sara Pelfrey will be stepping down as owners of Soulfood Books in Redmond. After seven years of running the downtown gathering spot, located at 15748 Redmond Way, they will be handing their keys over to Kevin Oaks and Anita Ensley, two longtime members of the Soulfood community. Oaks was one of Soulfood’s first customers when they opened all those years ago and Ensley has worked for them in the past. “It’s for sure staying in the family,” McCune said. Because Oaks and Ensley have this history with Soulfood, McCune said they know the coffee shop will continue with the same heart. He said the incoming owners — or stewards, as they feel the entire community owns Soulfood — hold an integrity, spark and passion for life close to their hearts and that is what Soulfood is about. McCune and Pelfrey let the community know about a year ago that they were looking for someone to take over their coffee shop. After a “year of discovery” they announced Oaks and Ensley as the new stewards on May 7 at Soulfood’s seventh anniversary event. CRIME
Police Blotter The police blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Redmond Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Redmond Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Redmond, which gets more than 500 calls (emergency and non-emergency) per week.
Thursday, June 20 Vehicle prowl: Officers responded to a car prowl at 12:04 a.m. from the 14100 block of Northeast 62nd Street in Grass Lawn.
Wednesday, June 19 Assault: Redmond police arrested a man in the 2500 block of 152nd Avenue Northeast in Overlake at 8:46 p.m. for fourth-degree domestic violence assault. Vehicle prowl: Redmond police took a report of a car prowl at 12:41 p.m. from the 21700 block of Northeast Novelty Road. Theft: At 9:19 a.m., Redmond police responded to theft of a front license plate from the 10100 block of 176th Avenue Northeast on Education Hill.
Seven-year Soulfood Books owners Clint McCune and Sara Pelfrey will hand over their keys to new proprietors at the end of June. Courtesy photo Craig Larsen, who has worked at Soulfood for six years and is now a manager, said the news of the upcoming change has been met with excitement among the employees. He described Soulfood as an “anomaly” because there are no feelings of anxiety, nervousness or worry that may come when a business changes owners. Larsen added that no employees are leaving, either. “Everyone’s staying,” he said. “I’m here till my key doesn’t work. I love this place.” Redmond City Council member John Stilin, who holds regular hours at Soulfood every Tuesday from 3-4 p.m. as an opportunity for community members to meet with him and ask any questions they may have about the happenings at the
city, also loves the coffee shop. He said in the seven years that they have been running Soulfood, McCune and Pelfrey have created a true community gathering spot for people of all ages and all walks of life, who intersect with each other. Stilin said there is a magical feel to Soulfood and when people go in for the first time, they say, “Wow, this is really a nice place.” Before McCune and Pelfrey step down, they will hold a Last Waltz party from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on June 30 at Soulfood. “Our whole goal is to really celebrate this exciting thing and thank the community,” Pelfrey said. McCune added that it is their last chance as owners to make the community a cup of coffee. After that, Soulfood will
Shoplifting binge: It was reported at 1:53 a.m. that two females stole numerous bottles of liquor in the 17200 block of Redmond Way downtown.
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Tuesday, June 18
Shoplifting: Redmond police responded to a shoplifting report at 1:47 p.m. at a business in the 17200 block of Redmond Way downtown.
Identity theft: It was reported at 9:42 p.m. that a woman’s son made numerous charges on her credit card without her permission.
Graffiti: At 12:29 p.m., Redmond police investigated graffiti at a park in the 8400 block of 161st Avenue Northeast downtown. There was no suspect information.
Burglary: Redmond police responded to a report of a burglary at 8:04 p.m. from a residence in the 7500 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway in Grass Lawn.
Saturday, June 15
Shoplifting: At 5:03 p.m., two females were arrested in the 17600 block of Union Hill Road downtown for shoplifting. Evidence: At 10:54 a.m., found property from the 17200 block of Avondale Way downtown was booked into evidence for safekeeping. Vehicle prowls: Officers responded to three vehicle prowl reports in the 6 a.m. hour from Education Hill. A GPS and camera equipment were among the items taken. Vehicle prowl: At 3:40 a.m., Redmond police responded to a reported vehicle prowl from the 15800 block of Northeast 105th Street on Education Hill.
Monday, June 17 Assaults: Redmond police responded to two assault reports. The first came at 10:26 a.m. A store vendor was assaulted by a customer inside a grocery store in the 17600 block of Northeast 76th Street downtown. The second report came at 8:49 p.m. of a domestic violence assault from the 15300 block of Redmond Way in Grass Lawn.
be closed from July 1-4 for inventory and some maintenance in preparation for the transition. Larsen added that with the holiday, this week is usually one of their slower weeks of the year. Customers shouldn’t expect much to change when Soulfood reopens on July 5 under its new stewardship as most changes will be behind the scenes, but McCune and Pelfrey acknowledged that some things will probably be different. “There’ll be some surprises,” Pelfrey said. She and McCune have made many connections in the local artist community through Soulfood, and after this, they will be staying on as consultants until the end of the year to bridge those connections between the artists and Oaks and Ensley to make sure the transi-
tion will be as smooth as possible. In addition, their postSoulfood life will include some of the same things they have been doing at the coffee shop — working with local artists and organizations and being creative together — but on a larger scale and bringing that to the surrounding Redmond community. McCune is also releasing an album in conjunction with “Brother,” a short film he stars in — which was directed by Adam Chambers,
an independent filmmaker from Bothell. When asked what else she will be up to now that she will no longer be running Soulfood, Pelfrey said, sleep, with a laugh. She and McCune acknowledged that as two non-morning people, running a coffee shop — especially in the Pacific Northwest where people take their coffee seriously — was not easy. But they did it with a smile. “To own a business, you’ve got to love it,” McCune said.
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Malicious mischief: A report was taken at 11:43 p.m. for felony malicious mischief in the 10800 block of 178th Place Northeast on Education Hill.
Friday, June 14 Suspicious circumstance: At 11:10 p.m., a woman in the 15800 block of Northeast 61st Street in Grass Lawn reported that she was concerned about several suspicious phone messages she received. Burglary: At 2:36 p.m., Redmond police investigated a daytime residential burglary from the 16600 block of Northeast 88th Street on Education Hill. Theft: Redmond police responded to an attempted vehicle prowl at 2:08 a.m. in the 8000 block of 149th Place Northeast in Grasslawn.
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Compromising on politics without compromising our children’s future A fragile local economy and lack of improvement in our state’s education system were the status quo when a bipartisan group established a governing coalition in the Washington state Senate this past December. After eight years of single-party control of the state Senate, House of Representatives and governor’s office the status quo wasn’t fulfilling Washington residents’ requests for state government to adequately respond to their concerns. In my three years in the Senate, I’ve heard repeated calls for lawmakers to be more responsible and efficient with tax dollars; seen balance sheets showing that businesses are struggling to stay open or add jobs due to a burdensome business climate; and received an order from our state’s Supreme Court for the Legislature to improve funding and policies for Washington’s K-12 education system. The response to those requests by leaders in the House of Representatives and the governor? Propose raising billions of dollars in additional taxes without any increased accountability for state government, break the Legislature’s earlier promises by attempting to make temporary taxes permanent, and use our childrens’ education — our No. 1 constitutional duty — as leverage to raise these taxes, of which less than half the proceeds would be used to increase education funding. As a political moderate trying to create a budget that everyone hates the least, this entire legislative session has been about compromise. I’ve spent as much time building consensus with Democrats in the House of Representatives as I have with Republicans and Democrats in the Majority Coalition Caucus. Having developed “the most open and inSen. Andy Hill
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clusive way that a budget has ever been built,” according to my Democratic minority caucus counterpart in the Senate, I’ve been working non-stop to compromise. The Washington residents I talk to say that’s what they want — for their elected officials to be willing to move the state government forward based on best practices and protect the services they care about without regard for partisan ideology. However, there is an area where I am not willing to compromise: our children’s education, which strongly influences their and society’s future. In both budgets crafted and passed by the Senate, we allocated an additional $1.5 billion for K-12 education during the next budget cycle. When we did this the response from stakeholders with vested interest in the status quo was to decry it for not being enough. However, upon realization by leaders in the House of Representatives that there were not enough votes to pass a massive tax increase, they drastically lowered overall spending. What concerns me most and should concern parents statewide is that more than 75 percent of those spending reductions came from their overall funding for K-12 education, placing it well below the Senate’s
threshold. Additionally, our bipartisan plan targets funding toward areas of greatest need, including closing the increasing “opportunity gap” for minority children from low-income families and prioritizing evidence-based programs that have been proven effective. The partisan House plan simply spreads more money throughout the system without regard for the actual outcomes. We need to come to a resolution that fits the priorities of Washington residents, and soon; by the time you are reading this we very well may have done so. That is because despite partisan rhetoric intended to incite rather than unite, the Republican and Democratic officials you have elected continue to work to build consensus toward a successful path forward that meets the needs of our state.
Sen. Andy Hill represents the 45th Legislative District, which includes Redmond, Kirkland, Woodinville, Sammamish and Duvall. He serves as chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee and is a member of the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee.
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Monster-truck driver doubles as a ‘crazy’ pork-chop thrower I had a funny but somewhat unsettling experience while I was shopping at Redmond Town Center on June 15. My wife and I were waiting for my daughter to get done shopping at one of the stores. I had pulled over and put my hazards on to let people know to go ahead and pass me. Everyone had no problem getting through, except for this one big monster truck. He was obviously quite upset with me and slowed down and, I kid you not, threw a boneless pork chop through his window into my car window and hit me in the cheek.
There is so much sadness that is reported, I thought you might get a kick out of reporting this in your paper for all to read. The situation didn’t escalate accept for a few words, but as I thought about it over the weekend, I just really think someone should know there is a crazy man out there armed with boneless pork chops with quite sticky yet tasty barbecue sauce.
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Downtown senior shuttle is a great ‘green’ idea Thank you for your article on proposed shuttle service for seniors and others in Redmond. This is a
wonderful “green” idea and a great way to reduce traffic in town for those of us who are not walking or bike riding so well anymore. I am confident that good decisions will be made and that the service will be fully wheelchair accessible for those who need it.
Carol Hoffmann, Redmond
Helping school children grieve: Training our teachers How do children grieve? How do schools deal with grieving children? Teachers in Washington state public schools are not required to be trained to deal with children who have suffered a loss. Our teachers are also not trained to in-
struct the schoolmates of the child that suffered a loss on how to act toward that child. Where does this leave children who are grieving? Where does this leave the teachers? A large risk factor for juveniles becoming delinquent is the loss of a parent. The American Federation of Teachers offers grief training presentations that should be a minimum requirement for all administrators and teachers in Washington state. It is imperative that we set a precedent in Washington state, for other states to follow, in training our school teachers how to approach students whom have suffered a loss.
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June 21, 2013 
The anticlimactic end: Letter from a graduating senior
If you are a graduating high school senior like me — congratulations! You’re probably relieved and excited like I am to have made it to the end of a long and drawn-out year of studying, stress and senioritis. The year has come to a close and I’m looking forward to a hopefully relaxing summer before it’s back to school again. Yet when I attempt
to sum up my year in just a single phrase, only one disappointing word comes to mind: anticlimactic. When I asked previous graduates about their last year of high school, all I get are variations on the same three words: “college is better.” My parents barely seem to remember their last year of high school and teachers are virtually silent about the perhaps strategically forgotten time in their lives. What exactly is it about this year that begs to be remembered yet wants to be so forgettable? Seven years of elementary school, two years of
middle school, four years of high school: My entire education seemed to have been aiming me for the one moment of glory as I glided across the stage, snatched my diploma and exited the room, proceeding to bask in the freedom of the real world. Making it to high school was nearly as uneventful as a typical family dinner-table conversation. “So how was your day?” “Good.” “What did you do?” “The usual.” My 16th birthday merited a meal out at a restaurant, and getting my driver’s license awarded me the exciting opportunity to pick
my little brother up from a party on a Friday night that I spent at home by myself. Perhaps I’m unique in my apathy for what I feel are rather self-indulgent milestones over-emphasized by our culture, and perhaps the majority of high school seniors, like many of my friends, have thoroughly enjoyed their rites of passage. I, however, am perfectly content with admitting that for me, there are far more important memories to hold on to. When I look back on my
last year of high school, I probably won’t remember getting accepted to colleges, or dancing at my senior prom or even presenting my senior project at the end of the year. Some of those memories are already fading. But I will remember how much coffee I drank every day. I’ll remember how little work I finished in my study hall sitting next to two of my closest friends, and I’ll remember how excited I was to finally get to eat off campus for lunch. Senior year has been the
best year of my life so far — not because I’ve made it to the top of the high school food chain, or because my freedom from grade school is finally in sight, but because I’ve been more appreciative of my time spent with friends and family. Here’s to 60 more years of forgetting old traditions, and making our own!
Joe Wilson graduated from The Bear Creek School on June 15. He will attend the University of California, Berkeley in the fall.
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As obesity rates continue to rise rapidly in the United States and many other countries, health experts wonder how to convey more effectively the seriousness of the crisis to the public. While many seem to be resigned to the fact that the world population is getting heavier, the growing numbers of obese people are burdening healthcare systems in unprecedented ways. Societies around the world are woefully unprepared for the changing realities and lack the resources to meet the coming challenges. Insurers and healthcare providers warn that the additional costs of treating millions upon millions of overweight patients are unsustainable. Yet, despite the flood of obesity-related health messages in recent years, it has been proven difficult to create a sense of urgency in the public’s perception of the issue. One study found that obesity-related media campaigns can be per-
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...Healthy Living The importance of dynamic posture in sports
Generalized stiffness in the muscles and joints of the lower body is one of the main causes of posture breakdown. In a
“trapped.” Similarly, the lack of flexibility in a runner may alter the position in which the foot hits the ground, leading to a braking impulse instead of a propulsion impulse. Runners will complain of reduced running economy and tiring more quickly.
core muscles (the abdominals and gluteals) can also contribute to a loss of posture. The ability to stabilize the spine and hips during the golf swing or while running is directionally proportional to the strength and stability of one’s core musculature. Weakness in the
force. Strengthening the core muscles will stabilize the spine. For golfers, this leads to a more powerful and consistent golf swing. For runners, forward propulsion while running.
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“Stand up straight!” Mom was right. Posture, or how the body is aligned, is important whether you’re sitting, standing and also when you’re moving. We’ve all heard about maintaining good body mechanics while lifting or carrying something heavy in order to move more efficiently and avoid stress on any one part of the body. This “dynamic posture” becomes just as important when you’re engaged in sports. Without proper posture, you compromise your efficiency and also increase your risk of injury. Let’s consider golf and running. One of the most common problems most golfers face is the loss of posture during the swing. Loss of posture is referred to as any significant alteration from the correctly aligned initial position of the body. If the angles of the body change due to the loss of posture, the player has to rely on his hand action to square the clubface at impact. This creates a timing-driven swing, which results in missed hits and inconsistent play. In running, the loss of posture commonly occurs during the stance phase (when the foot hits the ground). Here, it affects the angles of the ankle, knee and hip, causing the runner to expend more energy and become less efficient.
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eRedmond, a private-public partnership for economic and community development, was formed. In the past, various groups would approach potential sponsors, asking for funding in the name of economic development. Vache said with so many groups asking for something, it was easy for these potential sponsors to say no. Creating one voice for Redmond’s economic development simplified things for all involved. Thinking locally is more effective when it comes to retention and expansion of local businesses, Fuller said. She said the intellectual capital is already there and so you want to work to keep it there.
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When it comes to a community’s economic development, it’s important to think regionally as well as locally. This was the message Martha Fuller conveyed to the audience at OneRedmond’s investors’ luncheon on Wednesday. With experience that includes serving as director of planning and economic development and director of finance for the City of St. Paul in Minnesota and holding CFO and vice president positions at a number of professional sports teams, including the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC, Fuller has learned a lot of lessons along the way about what works and what doesn’t. She said there are times when thinking regionally can be beneficial and when thinking locally is the way to go. Fuller said the cities and communities that make up a region can be diverse and not everyone will have everything. For example, one city may contain a number of job centers, another may be more rural and another one may be mostly residential, which is why a regional approach may work better. It is important to take a regional approach when planning for things such as infrastructure, transportation, utilities, higher education and telecommunications. Fuller said thinking regionally for emergency management is also key. “(Natural disasters) don’t stop at city limits,” she explained. But thinking regionally is much easier said than done, Fuller told the group at Matts’ Rotisserie & Oyster Lounge in Redmond Town Center. Regional economic development won’t work when there is a lack of trust among the parties involved. She said this is because people will think twice about committing to something if they don’t feel others have their best interests in mind. It is also difficult when the regional entities don’t have the same goals as a community. “It’s a very difficult
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Kim said that Howard was at first an RPD lieutenant for 14 or 15 years, left to work in security at Microsoft for two to three years and then returned to the RPD as an officer until the fall of 2012. “He’s trying to find himself again. It’s been hell on him,” Kim said. “I think he’ll get back on his feet. There’s some (job) opportunities.” When asked for a comment about the two claims, City of Redmond chief policy adviser and communications and marketing administrator Jeri Rowe-Curtis said they are not able to provide an interview or commentary at this moment out of respect for the litigation and personnel processes and persons involved. • RPD officer Scott Bruton has withdrawn the $1 million claim he filed against the City of Redmond on April 24, said Kim, who is Bruton’s attorney, as well. According to court documents, Bruton experienced “severe emotional distress” and “humiliation” as a result of the “sexual harassment, discrimination, disparate treatment and hostile work environment” he has been subjected to since May 2009.
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Ralliers call on legislators to pass budget, fund education
Debadutta Dash, with theWashington State IndiaTrade Relations Action Committee, passionately declares that Democrats and Republicans should work together to pass a budget at a Kirkland rally onWednesday. RAECHEL DAWSON, Kirkland Reporter from non-partisan committee staff.) The two senators have significant influence on the budget process, as Hill is the chair of the Senate Ways and Means Committee and Tom is the leader for the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus. The Legislature is in the midst of a second special session due to a lack of compromise, and rally-goers believe Republican leaders in the Senate have held the budget “hostage” in an attempt to pass policy bills. “It’s already starting to affect us because we’re at the end of the school year and our principals are trying to plan for next year,” said Miller, who is also a social studies teacher in the Bellevue School District. “They don’t know if they’re going to be able to fill all of their positions. This is not a budget issue, this is the state Republican senators trying to force policy down everyone’s throat in the second special session.” But Hill said in a statement on Thursday the Legislature
has all of the resources they need to pass a budget. And in just the past week have they had $480 million in additional money become available, which is “more than enough to bridge the gap between the Senate and House of Representatives.” “My colleague Senate Majority Leader Rodney Tom has made it explicitly clear that a suite of reform bills have been removed from negotiations in order to get leadership from the House of Representatives to commit to passing a budget,” Hill said. “There is absolutely no reason that we cannot and should not finish our work quickly and I’m continuing to have comprehensive negotiations with the Governor and House of Representatives.” Hill said a government shutdown is “completely out
ers think many state-funded programs should simply be shut down. “Taxes are already too high,” said Bob Abbot. “Spending is out of control. Many programs in the state should simply be abandoned and shut down.” Dale Fonk said Hill is doing a fabulous job as leader of the Ways and Means Committee and thinks “these folks” want more money on top of the proposed $1 billion to education the Senate budget proposal calls for. “The claim about holding the budget hostage could be applied equally to the Governor’s office or the House,” Fonk said. “They’re all digging in their heels and so you can’t point your finger at any one of them and say they’re holding the budget hostage any more
than any of the others.” Some rally attendees criticized both legislators. Kirkland resident Vicki Neumeier, who works as a Seattle nurse, said Hill and Tom are putting tax breaks for special interests ahead of funding health care for part-time state employees, which include part-time nurses, she adds. “Now is not the time to put education against health care and other social services,” she said. “I see every day what happens when people lose access to health care. Too often do patients wait too long for the care they need and instead things that could easily be fixed by preventative care, turns into a life threatening tumor, millions of dollars, medical bills, months of treatment and even death.”
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of the question” and that both sides will immediately come together over a final plan. Hill said the Senate budget plan has $200 million more for basic education than the House of Representatives’ plan. However, Kirkland City Councilwoman Shelley Kloba spoke at the rally and urged citizens to get involved and write to legislators about how they are affected by budget decisions. She told the community to stand together to demand legislators agree on a budget that does not present the “false choice” between education and critical needs of the most vulnerable. “We can build a world-class education system, but if the kids are hungry and stressed because of instability in their home environments, then we will not be successful,” said Kloba. “It is so important to provide the support that families need so they don’t have to choose between health care and putting food on the table.” However, three Hill support-
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Symetra and the Seattle Seahawks honored Redmond High School (RHS) teacher Paula Ferguson and 23 other Puget Sound-area teachers as Heroes in the Classroom on May 24 at CenturyLink Field. The teachers received a tour of the ownerâ€™s box and the press box before using the coachesâ€™ elevator to reach the Seahawksâ€™ locker room. â€œThey made lockers for all of us, and put our pictures in when we received our awards,â€? said Ferguson about the event. â€œI didnâ€™t expect to win this at all, it was really cool.â€?
Ferguson, who has been directing the RHS orchestra program for nine years, was nominated for the award by RHS alumnus Christine Ito. Thanks to Ito, Ferguson was honored at an assembly this spring for her educational excellence. â€œTeaching here at Redmond is awesome because all the teachers support their students and work hard to make sure the students are successful,â€? Ferguson said. â€œThe creativity in these high school students is pretty amazing.â€? In addition to the luncheon at CenturyLink Field, Ferguson won $1,000 for RHS donated by Symetra. The 24 teachers also met Seahawks left tackle
Russell Okung and heard him speak about two of his elementary school teachers who were among those honored at the event. As Ferguson continues to spend her time preparing her students for upcoming concerts and teaching students at the middle- and high-school levels, the graduating classes honor her in their own way. Ito started a year-end orchestra tradition, which has the senior class decorating the shelf above Fergusonâ€™s desk with a new piece of memorabilia â€” a framed photograph, a toy or a souvenir â€” as a thank you to Ferguson for her teaching and directing.
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