Atlas developer says water on property is under control

April 14, 2015

Issaquah resident Bryan Weinstein described what he termed a “huge” amount of water gathered on the site of the Atlas residential development at the corner of Gilman Boulevard Northwest and Seventh Avenue Northwest.

By Greg Farrar Surface water is stored in a temporary sediment pond located between the Kentucky Fried Chicken/Taco Bell restaurant and Sunnybrook Montessori (at left) within the Atlas residential development site on Gilman Boulevard Northwest.

By Greg Farrar
Surface water is stored in a temporary sediment pond located between the Kentucky Fried Chicken/Taco Bell restaurant and Sunnybrook Montessori (at left) within the Atlas residential development site on Gilman Boulevard Northwest.

Weinstein said the water easily can be seen from his car as he drives past. He worries it might be contaminating drinking water or polluting Issaquah Creek, which runs through the Gilman site.

“There is no flooding on that project site,” said Brad Reisinger, a division president for Atlas developer Lennar Multifamily Communities.

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Issaquah City Council applicants present themselves for consideration

January 22, 2014

NEW — 1:19 p.m. Jan. 22, 2014

Fred Butler’s move to mayor left a vacancy on the Issaquah City Council and seven people want the job.

The candidates introduced themselves during 10-minute presentations at the Jan. 21 council meeting. The varied field offered far-ranging experience from the worlds of engineering, real estate, software development and communications.

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