(photo by Gary G. Newman/copyright Redmond Spokesman)
- A Redmond planning commissioner is suggested the city make lemonade from lemons by utilizing an isolated strip of land adjacent to the Highway 97 rereoute for a linear park. The site just so happens to encompass the former Frank Redmond homestead -- namesake and founder of Redmond -- so historical interpretation is also being suggested, along with a walking trail and dog park area.
- Redmond Parks and Recreation Department has leased the former Baseball & More facility in east Redmond. The district plans on moving rec department staff offices there to free up space in the Cascade Swim Center, and offer more sport-related programs than it can currently supply.
- The Stockton Cafe sign is down from its former home in downtown Redmond, but not gone forever. The historic sign has been donated to the Redmond Historical Commission.