Geoff Walker

Issaquah Highlands 20 Years

Settlers: The Highlands Early Residents

By | Connections
Grand Ridge is the oldest of the Issaquah Alps, overlooking the valley and Lake Sammamish from its location north of the highway. It was mostly forested trails, very popular with mountain bikers, but also partly gravel mine. Most of it, 2,200 acres, was owned by Port Blakely, a timber company....
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Tackling Traffic, Seeking Voter Approval

By | Front Page, General

By Nina Milligan, Highlands Council, Communication Manager Last night at Blakely Hall, City of Issaquah Deputy City Administrator, and Issaquah Highlands resident, Emily Moon provided an in-depth progress report on the City’s efforts to “tackle traffic” in Issaquah. She began her presentation by going back in time, summarizing several of…

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