Development commissioners weigh medical building, Station 72 proposals

July 2, 2009

NEW — 12:23 p.m. July 2, 2009

City development commissioners raised questions Wednesday night about a pair of high-profile projects — a medical building along Interstate 90 and Eastside Fire & Rescue Station 72.

Before developers can begin work on the proposed medical building, designers must soften the “fortresslike” facade and ensure easy access to the site, city development commissioners said.

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Council members will consider Station 72 spending, agreement

June 23, 2009

Officials could release design money and approve a finance agreement related to the planned Eastside Fire & Rescue Station 72 when the City Council meets July 20. Read more

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City eyes federal stimulus cash

March 9, 2009

City officials said Issaquah is not likely to see a slice of federal stimulus money — at least not yet.

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Fifth District incumbents win, Democrats take 41st seats

December 2, 2008

The majority of voters in Issaquah’s two legislative districts voted party line — 5th District voters re-elected incumbent Republicans and the 41st District voted in a slate of Democrats. Read more

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Voters to decide on new fire station

October 22, 2008

CORRECTED — 3:28 p.m. Oct. 24, 2008

At Fire Station 72, on state Route 900 at 1770 Maple St., firefighters work from a building that has been considered temporary since 2000.

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