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Developer wants to renovate Saint Ed Seminary into hotel BY DEANNA ISAACS disaacs@bothell-reporter.com

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here’s new hope for the Saint Edward Seminary building, located in Saint Edward State Park in Kenmore, through a local development firm specializing in saving and rehabilitating historic build-

ings. “Daniels Real Estate has over 25-years’ experience restoring some of our region’s most iconic buildings. We believe that the Saint Edward Seminary is an exceptional heritage landmark that needs to be preserved,” said Kevin Daniels of Daniels Real Estate Company.

According to the Daniels Real Estate firm, they plan on taking their experience and renovating the seminary school into a hotel, similar to that which can be found at some national parks. “Our plan has been modeled after historic lodges in Yellowstone National Park, Rainier National Park and

others across our national park system,” Daniels said. “We believe that this plan will not only preserve the building but will ensure its care for generations to come as it becomes an even greater public asset locally, regionally and nationally.” Many in Kenmore want to see the building saved from

being torn down or crumbling on its own. “I cannot speak for the city of Kenmore, but I know personally I think it is important to try to save that building,” said Kenmore Mayor David Baker. “It is a historical site and people have worked hard to put it on the Historical Registry… I cannot see let-

ting that building crumble.”

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State auditor finds NSD Board, superintendent in violation of law BY DEANNA ISAACS disaacs@bothell-reporter.com

Kenmore’s first retail marijuna store opens Ken Jones has opened Theorem, Kenmore’s first and only marijuana business, on State Route 522. For the full story see page 11. DEANNA ISAACS, Kenmore Reporter

The Washington State Auditor’s Office has concluded that three Northshore School Board members and Northshore School District (NSD) Superintendent Larry Francois violated the Open Meetings Act by dining and discussing the new North Creek High School with a flooring vendor. According to the auditor’s report, two board members notified the Washington State Auditor’s Office of the incident, which occurred in March. “On March 1, 2015,

while attending a conference, three of the five board members, as well as the superintendent attended a dinner paid for by a flooring vendor of the high school project. During the dinner, discussion included the new high school project,” the auditor’s report states. “In addition, a subsequent dinner was also purchased by the same vendor for two board members on March 21, 2015.” By accepting the dinner, a gift, the board members are at risk of violating state law, as well as NSD policy. RCW 42.23 states that no [ more SCHOOL page 3 ]

Bothell City Council, school board races set for general election in November disaacs@bothell-reporter.com

With most of the ballots from the primary elections counted and the Secretary of State certifying the results today, the question of who goes on to the general election in November has been

answered. Bothell City Council candidates have been finalized. For position 2, incumbent Andy Rheaume (3,535 votes) is in the lead, with Rosalind Gorc (1,628 votes) in second and Maryanna Price (1,074 votes) in third.

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Rheaume is a parks and recreation planner for the city of Redmond, while Gorc is the volunteer director of community disaster relief for her church with a degree in political sciences. Position 4 will see James McNeal (3,002 votes) going against Tim

Ottersburg (2,339 votes). Bob Carsrud (856 votes) finished third. McNeal is a construction manager and one of the co-founders of the OneBothell movement. Tim Ottersburg is the senior director of engineering for a healthcare research company.

Davina Duerr (3,558 votes) will go against John Lee (1,929 votes) come November. Nadia Mustafa (717 votes) did not make it past the primary elections. Duerr is a licensed architect and member of the Bothell Landmark Preservation Board, while John Lee

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addy’s Donuts is a new, family-owned dessert shoppe in Kenmore with a sugary-sweet menu that’s sure to delight adults, kids and robots alike. “Our theme is donuts and robots, as you can see,” said Eduardo Suzawa, owner of Daddy’s Donuts. “We make it fun for everybody.” In family-owned fashion, the theme was chosen by his wife’s friend, who had never seen robots and donuts paired. Some of the robots lining the walls are heirlooms from his grandfather and the flavors are even named after his children, such as the flavors Straw-Bella and Robot Roberta. “That’s exactly the idea behind it,” said Suzawa, who had been a manager for a hotel for a while before opening the business. “We thought, hey, let’s open a local place, locally owned, so my kids can grow up and work here. A mom-and-pop place, that’s the idea.” And that’s exactly what families coming through the door receive, a fun and

Eduardo Suzawa helps customer, Rosalind Levene of Kenmore at his new Kenmore business Daddy’s Donuts, which has a robot theme. DEANNA ISAACS, Kenmore Reporter family-safe, fried donut experience. “Every time I’ve driven by here, I’ve looked to see where it is. I got excited to see on Facebook that it’d opened up,” said Jodie Queener, who brought her two sons, Cooper Queener, 3, and Clayton Queener, 5, to meet up with friends for donuts. “It feels great and we want to support them, they’re local business and local people. And, eat more donuts - why not?” During its startup, Suzawa tried to open Daddy’s Donuts

in Snohomish County, but he ran into some big hurdles. As soon as he called up the city of Kenmore, it was easy sailing. “I contacted the city of Kenmore and they called me back right away,” Suzawa said. “The neighborhood has been great, the acceptance has been great.” For the city, it’s a boon, both in donuts and new businesses starting in the Kenmore area. “We are so incredibly lucky to have this wonderful, young

couple decide to open this business in our community,” said Kenmore Mayor David Baker. “[Daddy’s Donuts is] certainly a business that we really, really need; we need more places to eat or to congregate or have fun in.” For Baker, it’s not just about the businesses being incubated in Kenmore, but also about the donuts. “I love them,” Baker said. And so too do most people who come through the door. “The best feedback that [ more DONUT page 3 ]

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DelBene, Murray visit North Creek Forest in Bothell Congresswoman Suzan DelBene and Bothell resident and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) called on Congress to reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) on Aug. 13 in Bothell. In less than two months, the congressional authorization for the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) will expire. Since it was established in 1965, the LWCF has invested $637 million in Washington projects, including three grants for North Creek Forest, which the lawmakers toured. “We must not risk defund-

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ing environmental conservation projects, which is why Congress should reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund to preserve our natural resources for future generations,” DelBene said. “...Places like North Creek Forest provide a safe and healthy place for our kids to have fun and learn about species diversity and the importance of conservation efforts.” “The Land and Wildlife Conservation Fund contains a set of unique tools that empower local communities to increase public access to open space, conserve and restore forests, and protect wilderness areas,” Murray said. Friends of North Creek Forest, The Wilderness Society, Washington Association of Land Trusts and Sierra Club joined DelBene and Murray at North Creek Forest. also updated their financial affairs statement with the state’s Public Disclosure Commission. The state auditor notes that, by “creating a quorum of board members and discussing business” without advertising the special meeting 24-hours in advance, they violated the Open Public Meetings Act. “Violations of the Open Public Meetings Act deny the citizens their right to be informed of board decision and actions,” the report states. “In addition, by receiving a gift from a vendor, the district is at risk of violating the Code of Ethics for Municipal Officers (RCW 42.23).”

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I’ve had is that everybody really likes my donuts, every flavor and combo that I have is different, but everybody really likes them,” Suzawa said. “The positive feedback from the community makes me the happiest.” And, have no fear donut-connoisseurs, the donut-pocalypse that occurred on the weekend of Aug. 8 and 9 when the shop was closed, won’t happen again. “I was supposed to get my delivery truck on Friday, but the forest fires in Wenatchee held up the truck,” Suzawa said. “I had to close down on Sunday.” Monday morning, he drove all the way to the warehouse to grab the dough. “That is one thing that I did notice, everyone was really happy until I closed down,” Suzawa said. “Nothing bad. But, it’s my seventh day, not to make any excuses. It won’t

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he Kirkland Reporter said goodbye to publisher Renee Walden a few weeks ago. Walden was publisher of the Kirkland, Redmond and Bothell/Kenmore Reporter newspapers. She became an important part of the community and our newsroom. We at the Reporter will miss her. Anyone who knows Renee can attest to her infectious energy and her ability to turn the darkest moment light - something that is needed in a newsroom. She has moved on to become a financial advisor and be closer to her family in West Seattle and we all wish her the best. The change has been difficult for our staff, as Renee was not only our boss but a trusted friend. However, easing that change for us is the knowledge that William Shaw will replace Walden as our publisher. Shaw has been with the company since before the start of the Reporter Newspapers group. He is not only respected for his abilities to lead the advertising side but takes the time to understand the newsroom and keeps each side separate. Shaw has been a publisher since 2008. “Three of the four sides of my family each have 100 years of history on the Eastside,” Shaw said. “And I’m pleased and honored to be able to tell the continuing story of the dynamic cities where many generations of my family lived, worked, raised their families and built and served the community.” Shaw grew up in Bellevue and is a University of Washington graduate. Living in Issaquah for 30 years, Shaw and his wife Mary Beth HaggertyShaw, have two children, Liam and Mora, who are

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The story about the strange behavior of the Hispanic burglar might have made more sense if the reporter had asked and then made clear whether Naranjo-Meija was an illegal immigrant. If he was it would be clear why he “taunted the woman and her children” that the police would do nothing. The federal government has released tens of thousands of alien criminals to the streets in the past couple of year and is on track to do so again this year. The state and local governments continue to steadfastly do the same; and given there is now a very loosey-goosey “Priority Enforcement Program” adopted under this Department of Homeland Security secretary - making clear that even criminals are not a priority - doesn’t that make this man’s strange behavior more understandable?

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As a resident of the Northshore [School] District, I feel very comfortable that John Hammond will bring this same collaborative and respectful approach to the Northshore School District Board of Directors. In November, I urge you vote for John Hammond for Northshore School District Board, position 2.

Megan Drobnicki-Girdhar, Bothell

Ottersburg will give a voice to north Bothell residents Like many neighborhoods, north Bothell is struggling with traffic and finding the right balance between development and open space. But those of us who live north of the county line face being underrepresented on the City Council. Fortunately, we have the opportunity to elect Tim Ottersburg to the City Council. Tim is a resident of north Bothell and will bring a voice from a different part of the city to the council. Tim will be a strong advocate for all our neighborhoods across the city. Join me in voting for Tim for City Council.

Michael Ring, Bothell Hammond for Northshore School District Board position 2 Vote James McNeal for Council I have known John Hammond as a co-worker for more than three years. During these years, he has proven himself to be a highly qualified special education teacher who is both compassionate and effective when working with a diverse population of students and parents. He is a hard worker who continually strives to lead an effective team in a collaborative manner working towards helping all students to reach their fullest potential.

Since January, I have attended numerous community meetings where the future of the Wayne Golf Course land was the major topic. James McNeal was present at all of those, calmly advocating for this green and wonderful community space. When others were outraged and disgusted, his was the calm voice of reason and community working together. When others freely gave their opinions as to what activity they wanted the

land to support, James held back, wanting the community to have time to consider the options. James was instrumental in securing the state and county funding toward the purchase of part of the Wayne Golf Course. He can collaborate with all sides of an issue. He is a connector. He asks people what they think – and then he listens to them. It means a lot that the non-profit organization he co-founded to deal with the Wayne Golf Course land issue is named “OneBothell.” This very name reminds all of us in Bothell that what we want is a community that expresses the shared vision of all citizens, not just the agenda of a few enterprises. This vision will inevitably call for discussion and compromise as consensus is reached. James can facilitate that discussion. We need James on the council to continue his work of calmly listening to citizens’ concerns and then to consult with the rest of his fellow councilmembers as they deliberate the best solutions for all of us. Bothell is a wonderful place to live, grow and thrive. We’ve always been living and growing here, but now Bothell has a chance to truly thrive and become the vibrant community that we all want and need. I hope you will carefully consider the choices as you vote in this important election. We need to have James McNeal on the Bothell City Council.

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n the old days, men had two options for haircuts - a barber shop or a quick-cut place with large ‘80s photos on the wall. Now, Northshore men have a new place to go for all kinds of haircare: The 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon, located at 19122 Beardslee Blvd. in Bothell. “What brought me to Bothell is the good demographics and the opportunity to serve a market that is currently under served in the high-end, male grooming/taking care of guysspace,” said Ron Barbera, president of LTT holdings Inc and 18|8 Men’s Salon. “Basically we’re after people who can appreciate, and are willing to pay for, quality and a service experience.” The services offered at the 18|8 include anything at a salon, whether it’s a men’s or women’s salon. “We have semi-private environments, so a guy can come in here and basically hang out for 45 minutes to an hour and a half, and feel good doing it,” Barbera said. “For the most part, we’re really centered on guys.” While they would do women’s haircuts, if females want a short cut, the 18|8’s products, atmosphere and services all cater around the male hair-care experience. Though, some of the services are more often seen in a female-centric salon and may scare off a few men - including services such

Ron Barbera’s new salon in Bothell aims to give men a more inclusive experience by offering more than the normal barber, such as ear and nose waxing. DEANNA ISAACS, Bothell Reporter a what?’ For the most part it’s a positive reaction.” Not only is the 18|8 changing the experience men have in salons, but it’s also about providing a future for their stylists and barbers. “I had actually wanted to change careers, looking for employment outside of hair,” said Wendy Reton, lead stylist at the 18|8. “I came across them, saw their videos on YouTube, and fell in love with the concept. Everyone cares about each other. Here, we take our time, we actually understand what the client wants and that makes the client feel welcome and relaxed.” For Reton, the desire to expand her own abilities and experience is also part of what drew her to the 18|8. “It’s actually made me change my passion, it made me look at myself and see what I want to do,” Reton said. “Just finding out what the client wants, learning from the client and seeing what their needs are is what’s pushing me into doing other things.” The next big thing for Reton is the shaving

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Bothell High School graduate Daniel Fredrickson has been named a Western Major Baseball League (WMBL) First-Team All-Star for the 2015 summer season. Fredrickson is a 2014 graduate of BHS and currently plays for Washington State University. The WMBL is a summer collegiate wood bat league based in western Canada. Fredrickson, an outfielder, plays for the Okotoks Dawgs, in the Calgary area, and he led the Dawgs in hitting and several offensive categories.

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we won’t carry products that even look attractive to children. [Even] the beverages we will be bringing are going to be like pomegranate, adult beverages,” Jones said. “I won’t get into bubble gummy things, gummy bears. The last thing I would want to do is hear that someone bought a product here that looked like gummy bears and a child ate it.” There are also future plans to host community information sessions where people learn about marijuana, such as ‘Explaining pot to my kids’ sessions, or just meet and greet with community members at the local pot shop. “What we’re going to

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be understood that [marijuana is] a libation.” The store has a clean interior, with lots of white and lots of green, including vaporizing products, edibles, tinctures and, of course, leafy nugs of marijuana. For others in the community, they’re already happy that Theorem is open for business. “I can’t find a place just to go with my ID and I don’t have a medical card. I don’t need one ‘cause I’m a smoker… every day, as I wake up, afternoon, every day I smoke,” said Luburi Lambey, landscaper working outside of Theorem. “Having marijuana in the Kenmore area is going to make a whole lot of love come through here.” For Jones, Theorem’s future isn’t just about the sale of recreational marijuana, he’s in the community for the long haul. Already, he’s renovated a blight along the south side of State Route 522 by fixing and painting the exterior and cleaning up the weeds blocking the view of Lake Washington. “The demographics of what we’re seeing so far has been upper 20s to 50 [or] 60,” Jones said. “So, it’s very diverse.” Theorem has also kept pot purchasers off the street, too. For Jones, it’s important that they only get the kind of clientele that are proper no junkies and no minors. However, during a recent routine inspection, a staff member at Theorem sold

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Bothell resident among cadets on The Citadel’s spring 2015 dean’s list Marcus Harbol of Bothell was recognized for outstanding academic achievement and earned dean’s list recognition for the spring 2015 semester at The Citadel. Dean’s List recognition is given to cadets registered for 12 or more semester hours and whose grade point average is 3.2 or higher with no grade below a C for the previous semester’s work.

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2 SxS PLOTS in the sold out Garden of Devotion. Beautiful Sunset Hills. Located in the original section of the cemetery; it is a prestigious, beautiful local. Nestled along side ofAppliances a tree, near entrance. Asking price is $14,950 OBO for both (includes transfer fee). Retail price for 1 plot is $22,000. Lot 19A, space 9-10. Call 425-821-5348 or 360-687-7571.

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the public park setting.” Even though the costs are high, the potential is promising. In September 2014, the State Parks Commission decreed that if there was no options for rehabilitating the seminary within a year, that parks staff would “formally vacate the building”, leaving it to slowly decay. With the deadline a month away, and discussion occurring during the Sept. 10 meeting in Spokane, the potential for a plan to save the school keep the degeneration of the seminary school from completely destroying the old building. According to Hankinson, there’ve been many letters sent into the State Parks and Rec. DepartDogs

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Howie’s new restaurant opens in Bothell The new Chef John Howie Beardslee Public House brewery and restaurant officially opened to the public on Aug. 10 in Bothell. The Beardslee Public House is a 10-barrel brewery featuring 12 of local craft beers on tap with seasonal rotating guest handles. The restaurant menu features high-quality, scratchcasual fare, including house-made burgers, hand-tossed pizzas and charcuterie – all created with locally sourced ingredients. “I have been waiting for this day for years,” Howie said. “We are very excited to bring the unique scratch casual dining and brewery experience of the Beardslee Public House to the great Pacific Northwest and specifically the Bothell community.” Beardslee Public House is located at 19116 Beardslee Blvd. in Bothell.

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ment concerning the future of the seminary, from those for and against rehabilitation, and he encourages those who have an opinion to make their voices’ heard. “Citizens and interested stakeholders have a variety of ways to communicate questions and comments. The public meeting on the 25th will be an opportunity to meet Daniels Real Estate personnel in person to ask questions,” Hankinson said. “Citizens can write the director or commission, or speak with our public relations office. They can go to our planning website and submit comments there as well.” According to Hankinson, the process is not likely to be a quick one, and a final decision won’t be made without public input. Citizens can write directly to Hankinson at: Michael.Hankinson@ parks.wa.gov, or voice their opinions to the planning website, http://j.mp/ st-edward. The public meeting is Aug. 25, starting at 6:30 p.m., and located at the Northshore Utility District, 6830 NE 185th St. in Kenmore.

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