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Nina Milligan

Architecture Review Committee Seeks Members

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Looking for Volunteers! Here is your chance to contribute to the community by volunteering to serve on the IHCA Architectural Review Committee (ARC).  There are currently two Alternate positions for individuals who want to help maintain the ambiance and integrity of Issaquah Highlands by insuring that homeowners follow to the…

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Commission Recommends Approval of Issaquah Highlands Future Development Regulations

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By Nina Milligan, Highlands Council, Communications Manager At their regular meeting on September 28th, the City of Issaquah’s Planning Policy Commission (PPC) recommended approval of the administration’s plan to replace Issaquah Highlands Development Agreement (DA). For over twenty years, development in the Highlands has been governed by a Development Agreement...
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Keep Landscaping Trimmed

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Are your trees and landscaping over hanging into public walk ways or common areas? Homeowners are responsible for keeping their plantings inside the bounds of their property. Many owners pull into their garages and even don’t see how plantings are expanding into front or side yards. Please take a moment…

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New School West of Westridge? Not so Fast

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By Nina Milligan, Highlands Council, Communication Manager The City of Issaquah City Council is considering a proposal by the Issaquah School District to site a new elementary school adjacent to Issaquah Highlands. However, the proposal is only one part of a larger zoning proposal. The City of Issaquah recently bought…

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