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Bears in IH 2015

Bear Sitings Throughout IH

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Be Bear Aware: Many Sitings in Issaquah Highlands Our state wildlife managers would like to remind us how to avoid conflicts with bears. Rich Beausoleil, bear and cougar specialist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the department has already received reports of black bear activity in King and…

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Life Without a Car in the ‘Burbs

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By Nina Milligan, Editor, Resident Crofton Springs Nearly 25% of Issaquah Highlands could be considered Transit Oriented Development (TOD). Virtually everything built west of 10th Ave NE can is TOD. It may sound a little crazy to the suburban ear, but really it’s very popular these days, even in the…

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IHCA honored with Community Environmental Award

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On Monday the City of Issaquah presented its annual environmental awards at City Hall. Ava Frisinger, Mayor of Issaquah 1998-2014 received the Ruth Kees Environmental Award, the city’s highest honor for environmental advocacy. The Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA) was chosen as the first Community Environmental Award honoree. This award recognizes outstanding achievements…

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IHCA Welcomes New Executive Director, Sarah Hoey

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“Sarah brings tremendous experience in Homeowners association management and community development,” says Jim Young, president of the Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA) board of directors. “The search committee worked carefully over the last several months to find a candidate who could lead our community into the future.  From the pool…

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Earth Week in Issaquah Highlands

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Monday: The Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA) honored by the City of Issaquah with the first ever Community Environmental Award, presented at Monday’s City Council meeting. Wednesday: Grand Ridge Elementary School WALK or BIKE to school day – It’s EARTH DAY after all! Wednesday: The IHCA stages an Earth Day release…

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