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Sahalee Candidate forum: What is different – Treen v. Howe

The Sahalee (and Timberline) Candidate forum was 2:21 hours long.

The next question is “What is different between you and your opponent”. The first bite-size clip features Kent Treen and Karen Howe, who are running for seat 4:

https://youtu.be/Wo4lnDqPDVA

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Sahalee Candidate forum: What is different – Malchow v. McKnight

The Sahalee (and Timberline) Candidate forum was 2:21 hours long.

The next question is “What is different between you and your opponent”. The first bite-size clip features Christie Malchow and Karen McKnight, who are running for seat 2:

https://youtu.be/fnE2aticAdg

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Sahalee Candidate forum: What is different – Indapure v. Gamblin

The Sahalee (and Timberline) Candidate forum was 2:21 hours long.

The next question is “What is different between you and your opponent”. The first bite-size clip features Rituja Indapure and Ken Gamblin, who are running for seat 6.

https://youtu.be/77joq6NUagg

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Sahalee Candidate forum: bite size

The Sahalee (and Timberline) Candidate forum was 2:21 hours long. This is the first of series of short clips each featuring one question and the candidates’ responses.

We plan to provide the entire event in “bite size” clips.

The first clip is below.

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City staff overruled its own engineer in favor of STCA’s engineer on Town Center traffic impact

By Miki Mullor 
Editor

Controversy erupted in August when the City of Sammamish announced that STCA’s Town Center Phase I project passed traffic concurrency. 

The City Council convened for a special meeting Aug. 20 to question how was it that this project, 419 homes and commercial space, that has failed concurrency for nine month suddenly passed it.

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Now, emails obtained by the Sammamish Comment through a public records request reveal that city staff inexplicably overruled its own engineer in favor of STCA’s engineer when forecasting the number of car trips the project would generate. 

The staff’s decision lowered the forecasted traffic impact of STCA Phase I by at least 19% in the AM and 30% in the PM peak hours. 

In order to fully understand the implications of ignoring the city traffic engineer and accepting STCA’s traffic consultant data instead, some background is necessary. 

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Video of Sahalee, Timberline City Council Candidate Forum Released

The full length video of the City Council candidate forum that was held at the Sahalee Country Club on Sept. 5 is now available.

The event was hosted by Sahalee HOA and Timberline HOA and was moderated by David Steele, Vice President of Sahalee HOA. About 150 residents attended – 2/3 of which is estimated to be residents from other parts of the city.

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Sammamish Chamber VP calls for denser development, taller buildings

By Miki Mullor
Editor

A Sammamish Chamber of Commerce vice president this week called for denser development and taller buildings in a piece containing scathing criticism of the city council published on the chamber’s website.

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