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Allen: driven by transportation issues SAMANTHA PAK email@example.com
Kim Allen first joined Redmond City Council after witnessing a meeting during which a council member told a group of concerned residents they were just like any other special interest group and suggested they get a lawyer in order to speak with the council. This attitude did not sit well with her. Allen, who was a member of the City of Redmond’s planning commission at the time, said she believes if residents need to speak with their elected officials, they should have access to them without hav-
Kim Allen stands behind Redmond City Hall. She is running for reelection for City Council Pos. 4. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter ing to lawyer up. “They’re the people that make up our community,” she said about residents.
Eight years later, Allen, 54, still believes this as she is running for re-election — unopposed — for a third
term for Pos. 4 on City Council. One of the main reasons she is running again is because she wants to continue the work she has done regarding transportation as a member of the King County Regional Transit Committee — of which she is currently the vice chair. “It’s a very critical time for transportation,” the Detroit native said. “All of this affects Redmond.” Allen said for the last three years, the committee has been working on a strategic plan for King County Metro Transit and she wants to ensure Redmond [ more ALLEN page 7 ]
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One of the first times Byron Shutz got involved in his community was about 10 years ago with the PTSA at John James Audubon Elementary School in Redmond. After his first year with the association, he became president. Since then, he has become more involved, working with fellow Lake Washington School District (LWSD) parent Barbara Billinghurst to increase awareness of the education funding issues public schools face. Now Shutz is taking his
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involvement to the city level as he is running — unopposed — for Redmond City Council Pos. 2, which will be empty next year. Current Council President Pat Vache will be vacating the position once his term ends in December. Since Shutz — who has lived just southwest of Idylwood Beach Park in Redmond since 1994 — announced in March that he will be running for public
Byron Shutz stands outside of the Lake Washington School District. He is running for City Council Pos. 2. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter office, he has been speaking with people in the community to find out what concerns they have. He has
also been working to get up to speed on all the different moving parts within the [ more SHUTZ page 8 ]
John Stilin stands outside of SoulFood Books. He is running for reelection for City Council Pos. 6. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter
Stilin: focused on the community SAMANTHA PAK email@example.com
Although he has already served one term on Redmond City Council, John Stilin continues to learn on the job. He said it takes a long time to get a grasp on things, and after almost four years, he has gained a better understanding about what role council plays in the City of Redmond. With this in mind, Stilin thought it would be good to continue the learning process and run for a second term for Pos. 6 on council. Stilin, who is running unopposed, said his motivation for running is the idea of public service. “I’m doing this for the good of the community, and if I wasn’t, I’d step down,” he said. Since he has been on council, Stilin said he
has been pushing to see the way the city communicates with the community improve. This was something he felt so strongly about that the mayor asked him to sit in on the interview cycle when the city was in the process of hiring a new chief communications officer. Stilin said council members typically are not involved when it comes to hiring members of the mayor’s staff. “I think that was just a really good moment,” Stilin said. Stilin said the city still has a long way to go when it comes to community engagement, and as a former arts commissioner for the city, one of his goals for his second term is to be able to walk up to the average Redmond citizen and have them know what [ more STILIN page 7 ]
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Thursday, Oct. 17 Vehicle prowl: Redmond police responded to a car prowl complaint at 1:51 a.m. from the 16300 block of Redmond Way downtown. Assault: Redmond police arrested a subject for fourth-degree domestic violence assault at 12:55 a.m. from the 9800 block of Avondale Road on Education Hill. The suspect also had two felony warrants for his arrest.
Wednesday, Oct. 16 Vehicle prowl: Redmond police investigated two vehicle prowl reports. The first came at 11:57 a.m. from the 8900 block of 160th Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. The second came at 6:07 p.m. from an apartment complex in the 15600 block of Northeast 40th Street in Overlake. Attempted mail theft: Redmond police responded to an attempted mail theft at 3:13 p.m. from the 7000 block of 151st Avenue Northeast in Grass Lawn. Suspicious circumstance: A resident from the 17100 block of Northeast of 84th Street on Education Hill contacted police at 9:45 a.m. to report she was receiving suspicious mail. Fraud: At 8:20 a.m., police received
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Vehicle prowl: Redmond police responded to car prowl at 10 a.m. in an apartment complex in the 9400 block of Red-Wood Road on Education Hill. You’ve got no mail: At 9:30 a.m., it was reported that a package was stolen from the porch of a residence in the 16300 block of Northeast 50th Way in Overlake. Traffic light down: A traffic signal along West Lake Sammamish Parkway in Grass Lawn was found lying on the ground at 12:30 a.m. by a passerby.
Monday, Oct. 14 Fraud: Redmond police investigated an attempted fraud at 10:07 p.m. from the 8800 block of 161st Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. Theft: Redmond police responded to a report of a theft at a business in the 7900 block of 178th Place Northeast downtown at 6:50 p.m. Vehicle prowl: Redmond police investigated a car prowl at 4:16 p.m. at Northeast 104th Street and 170th Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. You’ve got no mail: Officers responded to a possible mail theft at 9:19 a.m. from the 7400 block of 159th Place Northeast downtown. Vandalism: Officers took a vandalism report from the 14900 block of Northeast 87th Street in Grass Lawn at 7:48 a.m.
Shoplifting: Redmond police arrested a male for shoplifting at 7:13 p.m. from the 17600 block of Union Hill Road downtown. DUI: A man was arrested at 2:54 a.m. for driving under the influence in the 8700 block of 161st Avenue Northeast on Education Hill.
Saturday, Oct. 12 Assault: Redmond police responded to two assault reports. The first came at 7:21 a.m. from the 17200 block of Northeast 45th Street in Overlake. The second was inprogress at 6:14 p.m. from the 10700 block of 166th Court Northeast on Education Hill. No crime was found to occur. Vehicle prowls: Officers responded to two vehicle prowl reports. The first was from Grass Lawn and a wallet was taken. The second came from Education Hill.
Friday, Oct. 11 Shoplifting: Redmond police took a shoplifting report at 7:56 p.m. from the 17600 block of Northeast 76th Street downtown. The suspect vehicle was described. Vehicle prowl: Redmond police responded to a car prowl report at 4:56 p.m. that occurred on a previous date in the 13300 block of Northeast 86th Place in Grass Lawn. Possession: Officers arrested a man at 4:26 p.m. for possessing a controlled substance at 166th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 76th Street downtown.
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Lehtinen pleads not guilty to charge of 1st-degree attempted murder EvergreenHealth and his son was taken to Seattle Children’s Hospital. Both remained in stable and sedated condition throughout the week. Their condition had improved by the evening of Sept. 27, according to Redmond Police Department (RPD) spokesperson Mike Dowd, when Eric was transferred to police custody. Eric has a history of drug use and overdose occurrences. Court documents state that in July of this year, he was transported to the hospital by medics for an overdose and later that month, a concerned party had reported to police that he had been dealing drugs from his house. In Febru-
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Eric Emil Lehtinen, a Redmond man accused of injecting his 4-yearold son with heroin last month, pleaded not guilty to the charge of firstdegree attempted murder at his arraignment on Oct. 10 at the King County Courthouse in Seattle. Lehtinen, 37, who remains in the King County Jail in Seattle with bail set at $3 million, has a case setting hearing scheduled for Nov. 14 at the King County Courthouse. If convicted, Lehtinen could face at least 15 years in prison. As of last week, his son remained in the hospital, according to the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s office press secretary. Family members didn’t return a call from the Reporter this week regarding the boy’s condition. On Sept. 24, Redmond police and fire personnel responded to the house in the 14100 block of Northeast 72nd Street at 11:45 a.m. after receiving a 911 call from the boy’s mother, Saradia Lehtinen, who had come home to
find her husband and their son breathing but unconscious. Saradia came to the residence after she was unable to reach her estranged husband by phone. She found the two in Eric’s bed apparently asleep, according to King County court documents. Eric had vomit coming out of his mouth and the boy was lying on his back, partially covered by a blanket. When Saradia lifted the blanket, she discovered a syringe — loaded with a dark liquid — on the boy’s chest with the needle pointed toward his neck. Both father and son were unresponsive. Court documents state that Eric was taken to
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I am Dawn Lee from Redmond and I support Initiative 517 because I am a strong believer in our initiative rights, which our state has had for more than a century. Our right to initiative and petition our government is the most important tool we have to push back when government does things we don’t like. Initiative 517’s primary policy change is guaranteeing you the right to vote on qualified initiatives. In a recent unanimous ruling, the Washington State Supreme Court rejected an effort by special interest groups to stop the people from voting on a qualified initiative. Their reason: “Because ballot measures are often used to express popular will and to send a message to elected representatives, pre-election review unduly infringes on free speech.” Despite this clear ruling by the Supreme Court, dozens of citizen-sponsored initiatives — liberal and conservative — were blocked from a public vote in recent years even though local citizens followed all the rules. In King County, after local citizens qualified an initiative to reduce the size of the King County Council, the county sued to block the vote. In Vancouver, after local citizens qualified an initiative for the ballot, the city council refused to let the people vote. In Bellingham, Monroe, Mukilteo, Longview, Wenatchee and my hometown of Redmond, local citizens sponsored initiatives letting the voters decide on red-light ticketing cameras in their communities. In almost every instance, the city or out-of-state red-light camera company sued the citizens to block the vote. Their lawyers said only politicians were capable of deciding. I was part of a team of local citizens in Red-
mond who sponsored and qualified one of those red-light camera initiatives for a vote. It was very upsetting when the city prevented the people from voting on it. Unfortunately, this same thing has happened repeatedly to state and local initiatives. But I-517 fixes that. With I-517, if the initiative qualifies, then the voters decide. With I-517’s protections, future generations will have the chance to have their voices heard at the state and local level. I-517 also gives everyone greater access to the initiative process. Since 1912, the number of signatures required to qualify for the ballot has skyrocketed almost tenfold, while the time to manually collect signatures has remained the same at six months. Oregon allows two years; Idaho a year and a half. I-517 simply matches the national average ... which is one year to collect signatures. And I-517 does one other thing that’s really
important: it stops initiative opponents from bullying people who want to sign an initiative petition. Bullying — on sidewalks, walkways, and other public places — is becoming far too common and I-517 puts a stop to it. I-517 makes it safe for you to exercise your right to participate and vote. I-517 supports democracy, promotes respectful speech and stops bullying. But what really moved me about Initiative 517 — what convinced me to support it and speak out for it — is its guarantee that the people get to vote on qualified initiatives. With I-517’s protections, future generations will have the chance to have their voices heard at the state and local level. Please join me and the hundreds of thousands of your fellow citizens who signed Initiative 517 petitions ... in Voting Yes on 517. Thank you.
Dawn Lee is a longtime resident in the Redmond community.
Vote no on I-517: protect our speech and property rights In 1912, Washingtonians approved a constitutional amendment backed by the Direct Democracy League that created our state’s initiative and referendum process, which gives the people the “power to propose bills, laws, and to enact or reject the same at the polls, independent of the legislature,” as Article II, Section 1 of our state Constitution says. The initiative process is invaluable in that it gives the people of Washington a way to get around a gridlocked Legislature; that’s why we have it. The initiative process exists not to supplant representative democracy, but rather to complement it. Unfortunately, in recent years, we’ve seen our initiative process used by powerful interests to force public votes on laws favorable to them. And well-known initiative sponsor, Tim Eyman, has made initiatives a lucrative business.
This year, Eyman is sponsoring an “initiative on initiatives.” I-517 is designed to help him double his output and increase his profits. It would allow out-of-state signature gatherers to operate in Washington state year round, and they’d have free reign to hawk petitions inside of any public building. Existing law already allows petitioners to operate outside of public buildings and on sidewalks, but under I-517, petitioners could go inside zoos, libraries, sports stadiums, convention centers... practically wherever they want. They would also be able to operate on private property. Section 2 of I-517 explicitly says that petitioners must be able to set up shop in front of the entrances or exits to “any” store that is open to the public. Under I-517, it would be illegal to maintain an “intimidating presence” within 25 feet of a petitioner. Andrew Villeneuve
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What’s more, law enforcement would be required to “vigorously protect” petitioners. Small business owners would have no ability to rein in aggressive signature gatherers or regulate petitioning activity on their property, while those opposed to an initiative could find themselves in trouble just for expressing their views within 25 feet of a petitioner. All a wily signature gatherer has to do is claim that they feel threatened, and they have grounds for a criminal complaint. Under I-517, our constitutionally guaranteed free speech rights and property rights would be disregarded, and petitioning would become far more intrusive. I-517 isn’t just poorly written; it’s unnecessary. Former Secretary of State Sam Reed says that during the many years he served as Washington’s top elections official, most of the complaints his office received were from citizens who felt harassed by aggressive, in-your-face petitioners.
The right to petition the government for a redress of grievances is an important First Amendment right. But all rights have limitations. Yelling fire in a crowded theater is not protected speech. Why should petitioners have the power to stand in the middle of doorways intercepting people going in and out of stores, or roam the stands of venues like CenturyLink Field shoving petitions in the faces of fans who have paid to watch a game with their family and friends? I-517 is opposed by a diverse, bipartisan coalition of Democrats and Republicans that includes small business owners, major retailers, sports teams like the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC, civic groups and concerned citizens. Join us in protecting our constitutionally guaranteed speech and property rights. Vote no on I-517.
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Next Girls Unlimited event set for Nov. 2, covers women in technology The Redmond Youth Partnership Advisory Committee annual Girls Unlimited series continues this year with the theme “Making the Future Happen – Young Women in Technology” on from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 2 at Redmond City Hall, located at 15670 N.E. 85th St. This session is focused on women in technology and what it is like being a woman in working in the tech industry. The program is targeted for young women in middle and high school and will include presentations and interactive activities. Girls Unlimited was started to empower young women in the commu-
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Michael Dylan Welch was recently named Redmond’s third poet laureate and will begin a new poetry program this fall called Poetry in the Parks. Poetry in the Parks, an official program with the City of Redmond, will bring poetry to where people least expect it: outdoors. The program offers everyone the opportunity to discover the joys of poetry in their own environment. “Poetry is a means of personal expression available to everyone,” said Welch. “My goal as Redmond poet laureate is to inspire all age groups to experience levels to write or enjoy poetry.” Welch has a long history of inspiring local poets. He curates the SoulFood Poetry Night and the Redmond Association of Spokenword (RASP) readings. Both are staple monthly events, and he recently edited “Here, There, and Everywhere,” a RASP poetry anthology. He plans to enhance Redmond’s literary community by offering the following events in the next year: Reception and meet and greet – Meet Welch and learn more about the Poetry in the Parks program at the Red-
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events are happening in town. The arts are important to a city because they are what brings people together, he said. “It’s what people come to do in our community,” Stilin said, adding that the arts also give Redmond a soul. There is no magic formula to achieve this, so the city has to try a lot of different ways to get the community involved and see what works, he said. This challenge to improve community engagement extends to council members as Stilin said they are constantly learning how to be effective in their roles. “There’s really no school you go to, to learn to be a public official,” he said. One thing Stilin has learned during his first term in office is that a lot of the job has to do with relationships. He has gotten involved with a number of regional organizations and committees, where representatives from different communities share their knowledge with each other. “You find yourself sharing a lot of information,” Stilin said. He added that through this exchange, cities may find solutions to various issues they are dealing with as other jurisdictions may have dealt with something similar. Stilin said he wants to represent Redmond on the economic and community development front as he believes the two are intertwined and go hand in hand. Stilin moved to Redmond in 1991 to work at Microsoft. He has been retired since 2000, and when he left the workforce, the 55-year-old Milwaukee native
wanted to find a way to get involved in the community. This eventually led to his work on the city’s arts commission and ultimately City Council. Stilin said being retired also gave him a chance to raise his kids. Stilin, who lives on Education Hill with his wife, has three sons. Their oldest, at 22, is attending the University of Wisconsin. They also have 20-year-old twins, one goes to school with his older brother and one is attending the University of Washington.
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— and the Eastside — has its voice heard. Through her work on council, Allen said traffic is one of the biggest concerns she has heard from her constituents. She said the issue Redmond faces in bringing in more transit is the “last mile” — areas further out from the transit centers that have no nearby routes. In an effort to address this, Allen said Metro Transit has four upcoming demo projects that involve alternative public transportation such as smaller buses, vanpools and car sharing as a way to get people from residential areas and job sites to the transit centers. Since Allen was elected to City Council eight years ago, she has made an effort to make City Hall more accessible to residents and businesses. One of the ways she has done this has been as the council liaison on the city’s overhaul of the zoning code to the new Electronic Zoning Code, or EZ-Code. Allen said the new
code is more accessible, user friendly and much easier to understand than the last code. She called the code’s revamping an amazing accomplishment. “It was really important work,” Allen said. She has also admitted to nagging city staff about improving the website and adding features such as the ability for people to pay bills online. People should be able to access City Hall on their own schedules, she said. One of the things Allen has learned during her time on council so far is that there needs to be better communication among the city, residents, developers and council. She said the planning process for the development of the old Group Health Cooperative site in Overlake — in which there was misunderstanding among various parties about how many trees would be eliminated — highlighted this and she would like to see this addressed in the near future. “I would like to see a clearer process,” she said about how the community receives
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He said his involvement in BP opened his eyes on how the city’s funding mechanisms work and he appreciates the transparency of the process. Shutz is running for Redmond City Council because he likes the direction the city is going and would like to see that continue. “Redmond is on the way to lots of places now,” he said, adding that the city is doing a good job of accommodating the growth it is seeing and will see. Shutz also said Redmond recognizes that it is a key figure in regional development, infrastructure and more, not an isolated rural area. And the city is responding with projects to reflect this. His goals in joining City Council include learning and understanding what businesses and residents wish Redmond to be. Shutz would also like to learn how to achieve a balance of people’s wants and needs and work with city staff to make it happen. “I’m looking forward to serving with a great council and mayor,” he said. Before coming to Redmond, Shutz grew up in Kansas City, Mo. He moved to Washington in 1978 to attend the University of Puget Sound and study comparative sociology. Next up, he attended the University of Colorado in Boulder and studied anthropology. Shutz moved back to Kansas City for a few years, returning to the Pacific Northwest — specifically, Bellevue — in 1987. He worked at the real estate group Lowe Enterprises, running the company’s portfolios for the Northwest. In 1990, started a company in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood that specialized in designing and manufacturing mountaineering and backpacking tents. He sold the company in 1995 and left a year later. He and his wife moved to the Redmond home where they still live in 1994 after they got married. Shutz — who is now semi-retired as a manufacturing small business founder and a nearly full-time volunteer public school funding advocate and consultant — has two children. His 17-year-old son is a junior at STEM High School and his 14-year-old daughter is a freshman at Redmond High School.
RHS girls ‘Pink Out’ during soccer win Patrick Scheibe on the team’s website, at their Oct. 9 practice girls and coaches shared how breast cancer had impacted their lives. “As girl after girl shared how their mom, grandma, teacher, aunt and family friend had battled breast cancer, the already strong bond between us all grew,” Scheibe wrote. “As always, I was so proud of our strong young women as they came together and made a sign that they all signed for Doug and Terri Kimball.” Doug returned to Redmond High to help assistant coach this year. His wife, Terri, is battling breast cancer.
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Microsoft Corp. will host a series of midnight launch events at 10 Microsoft retail stores across the nation — including the Bellevue Square store — to celebrate the launch of Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2. Starting at 10 p.m. local time on Monday, each participating store will host the Surface Challenge, offering contestants in each market a chance to go head-to-head in a series of fun, interactive and sometimes physical games for a chance to be whisked away to Orlando, Fla., the next morning for the Mall at Millenia store opening, where Pitbull will perform. Attendees are encouraged to register in advance at the Microsoft Store Facebook page.
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Left photo, Green Redmond’s Mike Shaw and Roberta DeBruler discuss trail beautification with Redmond High cross country runners last Saturday at the Redmond Watershed Preserve. Right photo, Carson Potter, front, Carter Aebi and Claira Young work away. Courtesy of Shawn Aebi Robert, which was once known as Saint Robert’s Herb, was named after a French monk who lived in 1000 AD. He used the plant to cure many people suffering from various diseases, according to ediblewild food.com.) Junior Emilio Cunningham and freshman Nick Miller said the crew worked
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Financing based on 12% interest, all payments based on 10 years (unless otherwise noted), O.A.C.. Actual rate may vary. Prices do not include permit costs or sales tax & are based on a flat, level, accessible building site w/less than 1â€™ of fill, w/85 MPH Wind Exposure â€œBâ€?, 25# snow load, for non commercial usage & do not include prior sales & may be affected by county codes and/or travel considerations. Drawings for illustration purposes only. Ad prices expire 10/31/13.
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October 18, 2013 edition of the Redmond Reporter