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County, local community continue their efforts to preserve Red Brick Road SAMANTHA PAK

In 1913, a 1.3-mile stretch of road in unincorporated King County just outside of Redmond was paved with red bricks and the Red Brick Road was born. One hundred years later, that road still exists, and King County officials, along with the local community, have taken steps to ensure that it stays that way for a long time. Recently, King County crews built a turnout with an informational kiosk for visitors to learn more about the Red Brick Road’s history. The road — also known as 196th Avenue Northeast — runs north-south from Northeast Union Hill Road to State Route 202 and the kiosk is located along the north end. In addition to educating passersby about the century-old road, the kiosk was constructed using salvaged bricks that were removed when a roundabout was installed where the road intersects with Northeast Union Hill Road.

Red Brick Road residents Angela Butcher and Tanya Rusak visit the new kiosk. Courtesy of Ned Ahrens/King County

Tom Minichillo, archeologist and cultural resource coordinator for the King County Road Services division, said when they built the roundabout, they needed to get permission to remove the bricks from two entities: the King County Landmarks Commission and the [ more ROAD page 6 ]

Neagle scores in Santa role

Seattle Sounders FC forward Lamar Neagle poses with 1-year-old Emelia Atkinson at the Volume 12 store last Friday night during Redmond Town Center’s Celebrity Santa Night. Proceeds from the photos benefit The Neagle Foundation, which focuses on producing and enhancing extracurricular activities for children, specifically in low-income areas, according to Neagle’s agent, Rich Martin. Some of the programs that Neagle funds with his foundation are America SCORES — Seattle and the Boys and Girls Club in Federal Way and Renton/Skyway. See page 5 for a Volume 12 story. Courtesy of Matt Robb

Amrelitech takes security to the next level with Microsoft’s Kinect


While Kinect was originally developed for the Xbox 360 as

an advancement in the gaming industry, there are other possible functions it could be used for, such as keeping people safe. Amreli Technology Solutions (Amrelitech) has done just that. Utilizing the Microsoft Corp. console’s motion-sensing technology and more, the Redmond-based IT services and solutions company has developed a security system that can read human behavior and alert the appropriate authorities

in the case of an emergency if and when needed. With this ability as well as the ability to recognize certain verbal cues, Amrelitech’s Watch N Inform security system can predict if and when a dangerous situation might occur. The idea came from Amrelitech CEO Atul Hirpara, who was prompted after the 2011 bombings in his native home of Mumbai, India. Hirpara thought there

should be a way for technology to detect suspicious behavior and prompt authorities to take action before things escalate. The former Microsoft employee explained that with Watch N Inform, Kinect motion sensors can detect an individual or individuals acting in a threatening or threatened manner — such as holding up a gun or holding their hands up during a stick up — and send an alert to law enforcement

or a private security firm (whichever has been programmed into the system). The sensors can also detect suspicious behavior such as an individual placing a bag or package on the ground and then leaving it. Watch N Inform system will also cue up a video so they can see what is going on inside or outside a building, giving agencies a better idea of what they are about to [ more SECURITY page 6 ]


Congressman Reichert says it is important to move fast in dangerous situations

Think Redmond launches mobile business directory

Think Redmond, a buy-local program, has launched a new mobile business directory to its website, making it easier to access information about the city’s local businesses from a smart phone.

Think Redmond supports the City of Redmond’s small businesses by promoting Redmond’s buy-local program. The new mobile business directory enables users to find their favorite Redmond business by navigating from their smart phone. Whether they are dining, shopping or looking for a service, they will find a list of Redmond businesses, many offering Think Redmond discounts accessible from their smart phones. The Think Redmond program is a partnership with City of Redmond, OneRedmond, R-TRIP and local business owners who help support Redmond businesses and work together to keep the community prosperous and sustainable. For more information contact City of Redmond business liaison Jill Smith at or (425) 556-2448. To access the directory, visit

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Redmond’s Morgan Spencer is one of the original seven Jingle Belle dancers for Snowflake Lane at the Bellevue Collection for Kemper Freeman. The nightly event begins at 7 p.m. along the sidewalks of Bellevue Way and Northeast 8th Street and features lights, music, drumming from live toy soldiers and “magical snow.” It will run through Dec. 24. Courtesy photo

The search for Microsoft’s third CEO continues. Microsoft’s board of directors expects to conclude looking for the company’s new CEO in early 2014, according to a blog post from board member John W. Thompson on Tuesday morning. On The Official Microsoft Blog, Thompson, chair of the board’s search committee, noted that they’ve been looking both internally and externally for Steve Ballmer’s replacement. On Aug. 23, Ballmer announced that he would be retiring from Microsoft within 12 months. Ballmer took over the CEO position from Bill Gates in 2000; Gates is currently Microsoft’s chairman. “As a board, we are determined and confident that the company’s third CEO will lead Microsoft

to renewed and continued success. We’re looking forward to 2014 and the opportunities and decisions that lie ahead,” wrote Thompson, adding that he’s pleased with the board’s progress in searching for candidates from a variety of different industries and skill sets. “We identified over 100 possible candidates, talked with several dozen, and then focused our energy intensely on a group of about 20 individuals, all extremely impressive in their own right. As you would expect, as this group has narrowed, we’ve done deeper research and investigation, including with the full board.” Thompson noted that Microsoft produced strong quarterly results, which were announced in October, and released new versions of Windows and Surface products and launched Xbox One around the world.

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redundancy, increasing the possibility of outages for as many as 60,000 homes and businesses. PSE and its customers have taken significant steps to get the most out of today’s system, including substantial conservation actions. To ensure the continued delivery of safe and dependable power to the region, PSE has initiated the Energize Eastside project, which will support the area’s growth in economic development, jobs and neighborhoods. “I’ve lived here most of my life, and believe the Energize Eastside project will help our area continue to attract new jobs and withstand severe storms,” said Andy Wappler, PSE vice president of corporate affairs. “We’re committed to working with the community as we continue to build the kind of safe, dependable electric infrastructure needed to keep the Eastside a great place to live and work.” Energize Eastside overview:

of 163rd Court Northeast. Police reported that an unknown suspect(s) prowled an unlocked vehicle, and property stolen from that vehicle was found inside of another vehicle, which was stolen.

Monday, Dec. 16

Theft: Redmond police took a theft report at 3:57 p.m. in which someone stole a bicycle from an apartment complex in the 8500 block of 148th Avenue Northeast in Grass Lawn.

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 nonemergency) per week.

Vehicle prowl: Redmond police responded to a report of a car prowl at 8:37 p.m. from the 7300 block of 170th Avenue Northeast downtown.

Wednesday, Dec. 18

Assault: At 5:44 p.m., officers responded to the report of a physical altercation at a residence in the 12200 block of 164th Court Northeast on Education Hill.

Suspicious circumstance: Redmond police investigated a suspicious circumstance at 8:25 p.m. in the 8300 block of 164th Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. Investigation is ongoing. Citation: Redmond police cited a motorist with a suspended driver’s license and vehicle license at 2:24 p.m. in the 7900 block of 178th Place Northeast downtown.

Tuesday, Dec. 17 Assault: At 8:34 p.m., Redmond police responded to a domestic violence assault from the 7100 block of 134th Avenue Northeast in Grass Lawn. Theft: An unsecured bicycle was stolen from a business in the 15700 block of Redmond Way downtown at 12:49 p.m. Stolen vehicle recovery: A vehicle stolen from the City of Redmond was found in the City of Kirkland at 12:44 p.m. Two occupants in the stolen vehicle were taken into custody.

Grand theft auto: Redmond police took an auto theft report at 7:40 p.m. from the 18200 block of Northeast 76th Street downtown. There is no suspect information. Theft: Redmond police took a theft report at 6:41 p.m. from the 12100 block of 167th Place Northeast on Education Hill. There is no suspect information.

Saturday, Dec. 14 Theft: Redmond police responded to two reported car prowls at 3:15 a.m. and 3:38 a.m. in the 6900 block of 143rd Court Northeast in Grass Lawn.

Friday, Dec. 13 Theft: Redmond police took a car prowl report at 8:29 p.m. from the 8500 block

Theft: At 12:27 a.m., Redmond police responded to a report of a wallet taken at 24 Hour Fitness in the 7300 block of 170th Avenue Northeast downtown.

Thursday, Dec. 12 Vehicle prowls: Officers responded to two vehicle prowl reports. One came from Overlake and one came from downtown. Theft: Officers responded to two theft reports from a gym in the 7900 block of 178th Place Northeast downtown. Stolen vehicle recovery: Officers recovered two stolen vehicles. One was located by Seattle Police and one was located in Redmond but was stolen out of Seattle. Burglary: At 8:02 p.m., Redmond police responded to the report of a burglary at a residence in the 2800 block of 178th Avenue Northeast in Overlake. Body force was used to gain entry through a side window. Jewelry, electronics and cash were taken. There is no suspect information at this time.

Theft: At 3:23 p.m., Redmond police investigated a theft from a business in the 15200 block of Northeast 40th Street in Overlake. Copper wire theft: Redmond police are investigating a series of copper wire thefts at Microsoft.

Wednesday, Dec. 11 Stolen vehicle recovery: Redmond police took custody of a recovered stolen vehicle at 7:51 p.m. Theft: Redmond police responded to a report of a theft at 6:03 p.m. from the 17600 block of Northeast 76th Street downtown. Burglary: Redmond police took a burglary report at 3:35 p.m. from the 17900 block of Northeast 65th Street downtown. Grand theft auto: Redmond police responded to a report of an automobile theft at 2:30 p.m. from the 7700 block of 178th Place Northeast downtown.

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a.m., Redmond police investigated the report of the theft of a five-foot light-up Big Bird Christmas decoration from the 3200 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway in Overlake by unknown suspect(s).

• The project will include new electric transmission lines that run about 18 miles between an existing PSE substation in Redmond and one in Renton. • PSE’s engineers and planners have analyzed hundreds of potential route corridors. They’ve narrowed the possibilities to 16 route segments, which will be discussed at community meetings beginning in January. • PSE will not know the exact route until a thorough outreach process has been completed to hear from the public and other stakeholders. That outreach begins early next year and will continue through 2014. • PSE will chose a final route after a thorough evaluation process that considers requirements and constraints along with input gathered during the outreach process. • Construction will not begin for a few years. It takes time to plan, permit and build transmission lines, which is why PSE is getting started now.

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Advice for parents on teenagers and parties Thinking about teenagers and parties is enough to make any parent at least a little nervous. Whether your teen is hosting a party or attending a party, there are steps that you can take to ensure a safe and fun experience for all. Patti Skelton-McGougan





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When hosting a party, keep it invitation only. Even with that, sometimes word gets out at school or through social media and kids come uninvited. If this happens, a party can quickly get out of control, so be on alert and prepared to turn away “party crashers.” Provide a variety of food and drinks and greet all guests at the door. If your teen’s friends bring items, be sure that all liquids are sealed as liquor can be disguised in any container. You also can say you have plenty of refreshments, but you’ll put it aside in case you need extra. Also, leave all backpacks, purses and coats in one area within your line of sight. This way no one is tempted to pull out an illicit substance they brought along. Establishing from the beginning that guests are to stay at the party once they arrive will keep teens from coming and going as they please, and potentially partaking in drugs, alcohol or smoking offsite. It also can prevent nuisance calls from neighbors. Be sure to take liquor, beer and wine out of any areas in the designated “party zone.” If guests will be using a bathroom where medications are stored, put them in a secure place during the party. Even over-the-counter medications, like cough syrup, have the potential to be abused. Finally, remember that your presence is important at a party, so don’t be pressured into staying out of sight. Consider inviting another parent or couple over to

keep you company. It’s a great way to get to know other parents and helps provide extra supervision.


What about when your teen comes home and says that the party of the year is being thrown elsewhere? As a parent, the first thing you should do is call the host parent and make sure that they not only will be there, but also that they are going to be an active presence. Your teen may complain, but don’t be dissuaded. This is critical to ensuring safety. Next, know your child’s plans for the entire night; set up a time for coming home, and wait up, or ask your son or daughter to wake you upon arriving. If a sleepover is planned, confirm it with the parent of the home where the sleepover will occur. It’s a good idea to discuss potential problem situations in advance, such as drinking, drug use or fights. Let your son or daughter know that, if needed, you will pick them up no questions asked. Your teen’s safety is your No. 1 priority, and it is essential that they understand this.


Sometimes parties are planned without parental knowledge. You’ve likely heard the scenario — parents leave town, teenagers throw a party and the living room furniture is never the same. If for some reason your child is not able to stay with a trusted adult when you leave town, make it clear that having friends over is out of the question. It’s always a good idea to call parents of your teen’s close friends and let them know that you will be away. And put your neighbors on alert, as well, giving them a number where you can be reached. Having a social life is a major part of being a teenager, and parties play a role in that. While some of these steps may feel uncomfortable, each goes a long way in providing safety for your teen and their friends. And remember, anyone can be arrested and criminally charged for providing a place for minors to consume alcohol, whether they are aware of it or not.

Patti Skelton-McGougan is executive director of Youth Eastside Services, which has a Redmond office.

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Reaction to ‘Merry Christmas’ signs around Redmond • I love seeing the signs! In this day of political correctness, it seems as if everything is to be excused except anything having to do with Christmas and Christianity. Phooey! I say “hurrah” for someone championing Christmas and enabling people to say “Merry Christmas.”

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• I find it very interesting that these signs have caused such reactions. Reassuring, though, is that according to a Reporter column, 84.2 percent approve of the signs. For the rest — who find the signs so offensive that they even take them down and complain — I can’t help but wonder. Why is the mention of Christ Jesus so offensive to some ? Why are people reacting to us Christians celebrating the birth of the God

child ? Was our nation not founded on Christian principles?! Redmond is a city where many nationalities live and work — and where, consequently, there are many beliefs — and no one is persecuted for their beliefs. In fact, I find it very enriching with so many nationalities represented here. But still, one fact remains — we are not a nation founded on Islam laws or principles, nor a nations founded on Hindu or Buddhist principles. And we do have freedom of speech. So for those 15.8 percent, according to the Reporter column, who not only oppose the Good News being celebrated in our nation but even oppose it so much you have to take down signs or demand we be silent: Know that even so, Jesus — the son of God — loves you! And when you know that love in your heart, you can’t help but rejoice and celebrate! Thank you!

Margareta B., Redmond

From the Web: On Redmond United Methodist Church’s Open Kitchen ministry — I’m so proud of these women of faith who are living out the real Christian message of serving and loving others.

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On Redmond Ridge’s removal from the King County marijuana policy — Congratulations to us all in this wonderful community we call home! Thank you again, neighbors and supporters!

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Volume 12: Seahawk central for fans and charitable causes GIVING FANS A VOICE

Tafoya, who played for the Seahawks from 2005-6, is a partial owner of Volume 12 through his marketing and consulting agency, JumpIt Media. As CEO, he co-owns JumpIt with former Seahawks fullback Kerry Carter, who was with the team from 2003-4. Carter is JumpIt’s president and COO. Carter said they first got involved when Volume 12 founder Ken Brunelle contacted them in the spring for their expertise in brand promotion and help in getting the Volume 12 name out again as JumpIt specializes in digital media, branding and engagement. But the more they learned about the company, Carter said, the more they wanted to get involved. “We have some history there,” he added with a laugh, referring to the Seahawks. Tafoya said he liked the idea of creating a platform for fans and highlighting them as Volume 12 does. As a former NFL defensive end/linebacker, he recognizes how much fans mean to athletes and the role fans play in encouraging players during a game. “I’ve been down on the field,” he said. “I know it matters.”

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Earlier this year, Joe Tafoya was woken up in the middle of the night by the sound of his two children crying. As he tried to get the little ones back to sleep, it dawned on him that there must be some kind of world record for noise. This lightbulb moment led to Seattle Seahawks fans — also referred to as the 12th Man — breaking the world record for “Loudest Crowd Roar at a Sports Stadium” twice on Sept. 15 and Dec. 2. The record was set and recorded by Guinness World Records officials at 137.6 decibels. The record-breaking events were organized by Volume 12, a company focused on highlighting on Seahawks fans as well as charitable causes and organizations in the local community. Volume 12, which has been around for about five years, opened its first storefront on Black Friday (Nov. 29) in Redmond Town Center (RTC) at 7311 164th Ave. N.E. The store features Seahawks paraphernalia and official Legion of Boom gear as well as a “fan cave” with big-screen TVs showing football games, comfortable couches and a few arcade games to keep the kids happy. From 4-8 p.m. on Dec. 28, Volume 12 will host an event for the 12th Woman, or Lady 12s, the Seahawks’

female fans, to give them a chance to meet and connect with other women who are also passionate about the team.



[6] December 20, 2013 [ ROAD from page 1] National Historical Preservation Act. He said in order to be able to remove the bricks, both entities required some sort of mitigation and saw a turnout with an informational kiosk as an appropriate use of the bricks. Tanya Rusak, who has lived on Red Brick Road for five years, said the residents along the road are very protective and passionate about the historical landmark. She said they were upset when they learned about the construction of the roundabout and that bricks hidden under Northeast Union Hill Road would be removed. “It was a relief to us to see King County being so careful and protective of the Red Brick Road,” Rusak said. “We are working very hard as a community to come together and build strong relationships with the county to ensure the preservation of our historic road.”

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[ SECURITY from page 1] go into as well as allowing them time to strategize and formulate a plan. Also, authorities are alerted about a situation while it is happening, which allows them to act quicker, rather than having to wait for a 911 call. “If we can save two minutes, we can save lives,” Hirpara said. Congressman Dave Reichert of the 8th Congressional District, who visited Amrelitech on Monday to learn about Watch N Inform, agreed. As a former King County sheriff — who was a member of the Green River Task Force and was sheriff when Gary Ridgway was identified as the Green River killer in 2001 — he said it is important to move fast in dangerous situations such as one with an active shooter, as those individuals can act fast. Watch N Inform was developed as the result of a partnership between Amrelitech and Microsoft through the latter’s incuba-

tor, Microsoft Garage, which was designed to encourage the development of innovative projects. Hirpara said the Garage is usually limited to Microsoft employees, but they made an exception in Amrelitech’s case. Fernando Hernandez, supplier diversity director at Microsoft, said in addition to alerting authorities of a situation, the video component of Watch N Inform also allows officers to figure out ways to minimize risks to all those involved. Hirpara said Watch N Inform could also be used to alert people within a building of medical emergencies taking place near their location. For example, if someone fell down the stairs, Watch N Inform would catch that and then notify an individual or individuals nearby that there had been some sort of accident. With his background in law enforcement, Reichert shared examples of when Watch N Inform could have been useful for him, including one time when

a woman had fallen in her home and hit a panic alarm to alert 911. Reichert said they didn’t know what had happened, so they had multiple squad cars approach the house and they snuck in as they thought it could be a dangerous situation rather than a medical emergency. “It can be useful in that sort of scenario,” Reichert said about Watch N Inform. During his visit, the congressman raised the issue of privacy and whether Watch N Inform violates people’s rights. He was told that the security system is passive, meaning the sensors are always on, but the cameras are only turned on when something has been detected. Reichert also suggested agencies and organizations such as the congressional National Security Solutions Group and Law Enforcement Caucus for Hirpara and his team to meet with and present Watch N Inform. In addition, Reichert offered to help facilitate such meetings.

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these events give fans an opportunity to get involved in the game. “They encourage their fans to use their voice to participate,” Tafoya said, adding that game broadcasts are now highlighting fans and measuring crowd noise. He said sometimes, even the players will look at the big screen to watch the fans.


In addition to highlighting fans, Volume 12 highlights charitable causes throughout the community, which is another big part of why Tafoya and Carter got involved. For example, during the holiday season, Volume 12 has teamed up with RTC to feature a Celebrity Santa in its store

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works together to celebrate and protect this historical landmark ecological oasis and rural lifestyle among the growing urban sprawl. We are an official state landmark. It is important to the community that we share our landmark with others and we believe that the kiosk is a great opportunity to share this treasure.” She said the landmark certification gives residents hope that they will always be able to work with King County and other governmental and private entities to preserve and protect the Red Brick Road. Minichillo said the Red Brick Road is a unique road and was part of the Yellowstone Trail, which ran from Seattle to Boston. The road is also one of the few segments of the trail that has the same surface and uses the same materials that were used back then. “It has a lot of the same feel to it,” he said about the road and its rural roots.

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Minichillo said they were able to salvage several-thousand square feet of bricks from under Northeast Union Hill Road and they only used a small percentage to build the kiosk — less than 200 square feet. “That leaves us more for the long-term maintenance,” he said, explaining that they would use these salvaged bricks if and when sections of the road need to be repaired and/or replaced. Rusak said the kiosk will remind people of the road’s special history and the “strength of this community, which has come together over the decades to protect this historical treasure.” “The residents of this road are a tightly knit community that is committed to preserving the historic road and its critical habitat that supports salmon, eagles, heron and other wildlife,” she said. “We are a passionate community that is organized and actively

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