May Valley Road lane closures start Jan. 13, 2015 and into February
King County announced that guardrail work on Southeast May Valley Road will close one of two lanes in an area east of State Route 900 and west of 229th Drive Southeast starting Jan. 13 and lasting through mid-February. The lane closures are scheduled for approximately 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday.
The county’s contractor will be adjusting the guardrail due to changes in the road height after recent repaving. Flaggers will alternate traffic directions, and travelers should expect delays at the work site in addition to delays from the automated traffic signal at the site of the 2014 ongoing lane closure.
Following the completion of work on Southeast May Valley Road, the contractor will perform similar guardrail work on a recently repaved segment of Southeast Issaquah-Hobart Road from south of the Issaquah city limits to Southeast 132nd Way. Additional information about the second project will be sent prior to lane closures there.
Four Creeks UAC Meeting Feb. 18th, 2015 7:00pm-9:00pm
May Valley Alliance Church
16431 SE Renton-Issaquah Rd
Renton, WA 98059
Agenda: to be determined
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Upcoming local events
Jan 24th 2014 – Fire District 10 -Eastside Fire & Rescue (EF&R) officials will conduct a dedication of Station 78 located at 20720 SE May Valley Road, Issaquah, at 10 a.m., followed by an open house lasting until 1 p.m this Saturday January 24th. Fire Commissioners from District 10, Directors from Eastside Fire & Rescue, Fire Administrators, and Firefighters will be on hand to greet those attending.
CARE Monthly Meeting – January 26th at 6:30pm
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Four Creeks Stewardship Agreement
Four Creeks UAC has recently been participating in the renewal of a community partnership agreement originally established in 2008. The Memo of Understanding, that includes Four Creeks UAC, King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, and two local community groups covers Tributary 291, Coalfield Park, and 164th Ave SE. More…
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The funding mechanism for the UAC has changed. We are no longer funded by King County directly for our operations. As of June 30, 2013 we received notice from the IRS that we have been approved as a tax exempt 501 (c) (3) non profit organization. This allows us to receive tax deductible Bequests, devises, transfers, or Gifts under IRS code. Four Creeks intends for some funding available each year for community benefit projects. Our support of National Night Out is an example. This year, the UAC is also working on a project to make high-quality maps available to residents in the Four Creeks area.
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FCUAC and the organizations it engages with use lots of acronyms. This is a partial list.
ILA – Interlocal Agreement: A formal agreement between public jurisdictions. Examples include Eastside Fire and Rescue is an ILA between three fire districts. FCUAC is advocating for an ILA between King County and Renton to cover the unincorporated urban area on the plateau east of Renton.
PAA – Potential Annexation Area: A area of unincorporated King County that lies within the Urban Growth Boundary that has been formally identified for potential annexation by an individual city. The unincorporated area on the plateau east of Renton is a Renton PAA.
UGB/UGA – Urban Growth Boundary/Urban Growth Area: The boundary is a line and the area is the land inside the boundary. Designated which areas of King County are for urban land use. Unincorporated areas within the UGA are often Potential Annexation Areas.
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