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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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Slow Down! AKA “Traffic Calming”

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By Nina Milligan, Communication Manager, Highlands Council On Wednesday about 50 neighbors gathered in Blakely Hall on a sunny evening. What could be so important to take residents away from family and summertime activities? Speeding. “Speeding is a social behavior, which is hard to change.” Sheldon Lynne, Director, PWE This…

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Welcome Goats!

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Goats Arrived today!  Approximately 240 goats will work in Issaquah Highlands for several weeks to mow and maintain open space on our steeper and less-accessible slopes. It is a very successful program, run by the Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA), which has become something of a tradition here in the…

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Polygon Proposal Settled

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June 19, 2017; Issaquah Council Chambers, 10:30pm In a surprise move, Issaquah’s City Council proposed and approved a new combination of additional and affordable housing in Issaquah Highlands for the Polygon amendment to the IH Development Agreement. The approval allows Polygon Northwest Homes to bring in 100 additional housing units into…

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