Nine candidates are running for four positions in the upcoming Nov. 2 general election.
Stuart said her decision came after reflecting on a tense and unproductive period of city politics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
City of Sammamish will issue the Chamber of Commerce a permit to host the farmers market, while withholding the $10K funding it provided in previous years.
The housing affordability crisis has led to more gentrification, displacement and homelessness in our region.
Sammamish Plateau Water’s dispute with King County is mainly over who should pay for interim improvements to increase sewage capacity.
Sammamish is waging a legal battle over its ability to restrict growth and development.
Ritchie leaves as Sammamish gears up to fight against the state and developers over growth.
Sammamish City Council did exclude public agencies, single-family residences, and accessory dwelling units from the moratorium.
The “Enrich & Sustain” group wants fewer single family homes, more services and amenities, and more mass transit.
Council members disagreed on whether the City should raise property taxes during an economic crisis.