|C014124-010622||1/6/2022 2:16:00 PM||All building plans and documents for Permit #'s
BLD20-00261 TALUS 7 & 8 LOT 5 PLAN 3807 New single family home
RBP19-00005 TALUS 7 & 8 - 3807 REGISTERED BASIC PLANS||Full Release||
|C014123-010622||1/6/2022 10:34:00 AM||Please send me a copy of any letter(s) exchanged between the City of Issaquah and Target since the letter dated December 21, 2021 was received from Target.
Feel free to call me with questions. 425-445-5968.
Thank you - Stacy Goodman||Full Release||
|C014119-010522||1/5/2022 12:18:00 PM||Can you send me a full copy of the zoom call between the Mayor, Human Resources and public works that was recorded on October 12, 2021.
If the file is too large, I can drop off a usb device.
Thank you||Full Release||
|C014100-010322||1/3/2022 4:19:00 PM||Please return all opened or closed residential property code violations that occurred within 12/01/21 - 12/31/2021, including the property address (all together in .csv format if possible))||Full Release||
|C014084-122921||12/29/2021 2:09:00 PM||Please confirm if there are any special assessments, open code violations, open/expired permits, and/or invoices/liens recorded on the property address of: 781 4th Avenue Northwest, Issaquah, WA 98027. If so, please provide the case number, supporting documentation for each open case, and any fees/fine due.||No Responsive Records||
|C014073-122721||12/27/2021 2:59:00 PM||Hello,
I’m a reporter with the New York Times. This is a public records request for copies of all active contracts, active vendor agreements, or active memoranda of understanding between the municipality, police department or other city agency and any company that provides automated traffic camera enforcement technology, equipment or services (either red light, speed, or other).
I am requesting expedited processing. I believe this request is entitled to such processing because I am a member of the media, employed as a journalist by The New York Times where my role is primarily engaged in disseminating information to the public.
This request also warrants expedited processing because it seeks to enhance the public’s understanding of government activity around which there is widespread and exceptional media and public interest.
These records relate to issues around police operations and financial spending, which has been an issue of national attention for the past 13 months. In particular, traffic stops and issues of automated traffic enforcement have been a large focus of this conversation including multiple pieces in our paper, The New York Times, as well as a recent editorial in the Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/11/15/being-pulled-over-broken-taillight-shouldnt-end-death-too-often-it-does/). A greater understanding of the contracts that govern automated enforcement would greatly contribute to the public’s understanding of this important government activity.
I am also requesting a fee waiver. A fee waiver is warranted because the information is likely to contribute significantly to public understanding of government operations or activities and is not primarily in the commercial interest of the requestor. I am a full-time journalist and representative of the news media. As such, search and review fees should be waived. If you have any information about this request, please do not hesitate to contact me by email or phone. I look forward to your determination.
To ensure that this request is properly construed, that searches are conducted in an adequate but efficient manner, and that extraneous costs are not incurred, The New York Times welcomes an opportunity to discuss its request with you before you undertake your search or incur search or duplication costs. By working together at the outset, The New York Times and your agency can decrease the likelihood of costly and time-consuming litigation in the future.
Thank you very much for your time,
Michael H. Keller||Full Release||
|C014026-121421||12/14/2021 11:05:00 AM||Public sanitary sewer system as built, including side sewers, in the area of 22918 SE 66th St., Issaquah.
Lakeside Industries wants an estimate to connect the house at 22918 SE 66 St. to the public sewer system.||Outside Jurisdiction||
|C014009-120921||12/9/2021 10:35:00 AM||Permits pertaining to oil tank removal, decommissioning, replacement of gas heater.
260 E Sunset Wy||Full Release||
|C014008-120921||12/9/2021 10:32:00 AM||Fire protection design drawings
Building design drawings
Fire protection as-built drawings
Fire protection design documents
Fire protection final inspection and testing documents
Kelkari Condominiums 1000 Cabin Creek Lane SW||Full Release||
|C014006-120821||12/8/2021 2:28:00 PM||Site Plan for 3447 NE Harrison ST
Parcel #: 3630210373
Permit #: BLD16-00218||Full Release||