Maureen McCarry touts experience as she seeks re-election

October 6, 2009

Maureen McCarry

Maureen McCarry

From efforts to build roads, to adding social services, to making city programs more eco-friendly, Maureen McCarry is immersed in details of city projects large and small. As she runs for a second full City Council term, McCarry threads information about municipal programs into conversations about her campaign.

McCarry said she is convinced Issaquah will improve as the years unfold, but she said leadership — her leadership — would be essential in the next four years as city staffers take on a docket that includes construction of a hospital in the Issaquah Highlands and a new roadway to link north and south Issaquah. Read more

City Council will consider spending $20,000 to study feasibility of human services campus

July 21, 2009

Before city officials take steps to establish a human services campus, they will consider spending up to $20,000 next month to partner with a Redmond social services center to plan for a similar facility in Issaquah. Read more

Candidates file for City Council, school board, more

June 9, 2009

Mayor Frisinger unopposed

Mayor Ava Frisinger will run unopposed for a fourth term and seven City Council candidates will battle for four seats, according to unofficial King County Elections filings. Read more

Human services campus, new hatchery dam among city’s goals

June 2, 2009

City officials want to improve traffic flow, city parks and salmon habitat in 2010. The wide-ranging list of 2010 goals directs city staffers to take steps to establish a human services campus, plan Cybil-Madeline Park and complete the first phase of the Interstate 90 Undercrossing. Read more

City considers $20,000 human services campus agreement

May 19, 2009

City officials will consider spending up to $20,000 next month to partner with a Redmond social services center in order to establish a human services campus in Issaquah. Read more

Press Editorial

December 15, 2008

Human services campus needs community input

As the year draws to an end, the rush is on for an agreement between the city of Issaquah, Port Blakely for Issaquah Highlands and the owners of Park Pointe property on Tiger Mountain.

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Viebrock looks to unseat Rodne from 5th District seat

September 23, 2008

By James Spung

After four years as the 5th District’s representative in Olympia, Republican Jay Rodne has had a chance to make things happen.
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Tiger Mountain land buyout to preserve forest

September 19, 2008

Issaquah Highlands to get density from Park Pointe

Park Pointe, a forested 100-acre parcel at the foot of Tiger Mountain, at last may be getting the protection from development that has threatened it for Read more

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