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September 28, 2011 22830 NE 84th St. , Saffron Chad Hardisty and daughter Reese, of Issaquah, choose from the 12 varieties of frozen yogurt available at the new Yo Plateau self-serve frozen yogurt store in Sammamish. Kelly Jensen of Plateau Jewelers Open Daily Sun-Th 10:30-10pm Fri-Sat 10:30-11pm Next to Sammamish Café Like us on to receive deals & information.

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  • 12 Yogurt Flavors to choose from with over 45 Toppings!

    22830 NE 84th St. , SaffronNext to Sammamish Caf

    425-868-9000

    Open Daily Sun-Th 10:30-10pmFri-Sat 10:30-11pm

    Like us on to receive deals & information.

    NOW OPEN

    September 28, 2011

    If you have been by theSaffron Center in the past fewweeks, you may have noticedcrowds lining up atSammamishs newest store Yo Plateau.

    This self-serve yogurt storeis locally owned and operatedby longtime Washington resi-dents Karen and GarySherman.

    Yo Plateau offers frozenyogurt made by YoCream,one of the leading producersof frozen yogurt.

    YoCream is one of originalsuppliers of frozen yogurt andis recognized in the industryas being of the highest qualityin addition to tasting greatand being healthy, says Gary. Most ofthe large franchises started out using thisyogurt, but have since switched to privatelabel yogurts, he said.

    Yo Plateaus yogurt is always Kosherand has fat-free, no sugar added, anddairy-free options to satisfy specialdietary needs. YoCreams live naturalyogurt culture count actually exceeds thenational requirement for the refrigeratedyogurt consumers buy in stores. YoPlateau installed state-of-the-art machinesthat dispense a smooth and creamy prod-uct that tastes similar to ice cream, butwith much fewer calories.

    Yo Plateau doesnt stop with yogurt. Itoffers a variety of fresh fruit toppingsincluding raspberries, blueberries, andstrawberries, as well as a variety of nuts,cereals, and candies. Customers create apersonalized dish that can be topped offwith whipped cream, chocolate sauce oreven honey! The dessert is then weighedand charged by the ounce, allowing the

    customer to control the portion and theamount they pay; the average bowl isabout $4.50 for adults and $3.00 for chil-dren.

    We have created the very type ofatmosphere we like to enjoy when we goout for frozen yogurt, says Karen. Aplace that is both fun for young peopleand is family friendly, where people canmeet and relax.

    The bright colors, the large open space,comfortable couches, fireplace and freeWiFi have all been purposefully incorpo-rated to make Yo Plateau inviting andcomfortable for customers.

    Creating a great experience for ourcustomers from the yogurt to the atmo-sphere is central to our philosophy,says Karen.

    With our variety of yogurts and top-pings, you can be as healthy or decadentas you want, says Gary. Judging by thecustomers dishing up their own creations,decadence seems to be the choice.

    Chad Hardisty and daughter Reese, of Issaquah,choose from the 12 varieties of frozen yogurtavailable at the new Yo Plateau self-serve frozenyogurt store in Sammamish.

    Frozen yogurt and all of thetoppings arrive in Sammamish

    Kelly and Sue Jensen, owners ofPlateau Jewelers, have a passion for finejewelry custom-made, premier jewelryto be exact.

    Since 1996, Plateau Jewelers has spe-cialized in designing and producing cus-tom jewelry to satisfy customers uniqueand personal needs. Its what the Jensensand their staff do best!

    Now the showroom has been complete-ly remodeled around an innovative com-puterized design system.

    First, you select a starting-point designfrom thousands of options. Then using 3Ddesign software, you have creative controlto customize every detail of the jewelryfrom stone size, shape, and color to exten-sive design changes. Once you are satis-fied with your masterpiece, PlateauJewelers will custom make the jewelryjust for you.

    This new system allows you to cele-brate lifes moments better with personal-ized jewelry, says Kelly.

    Plateau Jewelers is also a full servicejeweler, offering a full selection of watch-es, bracelets, pendants, rings and neck-laces from some of the most renownedbrands in the industry. Diamond andpearls are among timeless favorites.Jewelry appraisals and watch batteries arealso offered.

    We have built our niche in designingand producing custom jewelry, saysKelly. Its something we love to do eachand every day.

    Plateau Jewelers design awardsinclude accolades from Modern Jewelermagazine and a 1st place award in aPacific Northwest Jewelers design compe-tition.

    Whether you have a rough ideascratched out on a napkin, or take advan-tage of our new design system, our team

    of award-winning designers can makeyour dream a reality, says Sue.

    Plateau Jewelers staff also includessales associates Betty Berg and NancyCindric, both of whom were frequent cus-tomers at Plateau Jewelers before theyjoined the team. Sanh Ly brings 23 yearsexperience in all aspects of crafting jewel-ry and is outstanding in his work withplatinum. And Bronwyn Welch has been ajeweler at Plateau Jewelers for 12 years.

    I consider our team to be pretty spe-cial, said Kelly.

    Plateau Jewelers has been the primesponsor of the popular summertimeSammamish Concerts in the Park formany years.

    Kelly and Sue invite you to theirnewly-remodeled showroom. PlateauJewelers is located at 2830 228th Ave. SE.Store hours are 10-6 Monday-Thursday,10-5 Friday and 10-4 Saturday. Call 425-313-0657 or visit www.plateaujewelers.com.

    Kelly Jensen of Plateau Jewelers

    Plateau Jewelers completes itsremodeled showroom

  • 16 February 8, 2012 SAMMAMISH REVIEW

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    a consultant team to assist us in determining how best to provide high quality and cost effective City Fire Services.The City currently receives fire protection and emergency medical services from East-side Fire and Rescue (EF&R). EF&R is a partnership created through an Interlocal Agree-ment between the City of Sammamish, the City of Issa-quah, the City of North Bend, Washington Fire Protection

    continued from page 14 District 10, and Washington Fire Protection District 38. The current Interlocal Agree-ment expires December 31, 2014 and will be renewed au-tomatically for an additional 7 years unless a partner pro-vides notice of withdrawal by January 2014.Services to be provided by

    ConsultantEF&Rs Finances A thor-ough review of EF&Rs current finances, including but not lim-ited to: Revenues and Expenditures Funding for Equipment Re-

    placement Reserve and

    Depreciation Funding for Facility Mainten-

    ance Calls for Serviceo An analysis of the costs ass-

    ociated with different cate-gories of calls for service.medical, motor vehicle,fire, etc.

    o Comparison of each part-ners calls for service brokendown by category and com-pared to each partners fin-ancial contribution under thecurrent funding model.

    Funding Model A review of EF&Rs current funding model and suggestions for alternative

    funding models, including but not limited to:Operational Issues A re-view of fire and emergency medical operations within the City, including but not limited to:Comparison to Similarly Sit-uated Western Washington Cities A review of the fire and emergency medical serv-ices provided in similarly situ-ated Western Washington cit-ies, including:Alternative Options for City Fire and Emergency Medical Service Investigation of op-tions for providing Fire and

    Emergency Medical Services for the City of Sammamish.Coordination with Citizen Committee The City Council will appoint a Citizens Com-mittee (3-5 members) to work with the consultant. The Com-mittee will include past Sam-mamish EF&R Board Mem-bers, emergency services pro-fessionals who reside in the City, and interested citizens.Five (5) copies of your propos-al, whether mailed or hand-de-livered, must arrive at the ad-dress listed below no later than 4:00 on Friday, Febru-ary 24, 2012. Proposals re-

    ceived later than the submittal deadline will not be accepted. The City of Sammamish will not be liable for delays in de-livery of proposals due to han-dling by the US Postal Service or any other type of delivery service. Faxed or emailed submittals will not be accept-ed. Please submit proposals to:Melonie AndersonCity ClerkCity of Sammamish801 228th Ave SESammamish, WA 98075For a complete copy of this

    Request for Proposal please visit the City of Sammamish website at www.ci.sammam-ish.wa.us. Any questions re-garding the submittal process and/or the technical aspects of the project should be directed to the staff listed below. Name:Mike Sauerwein, Director of Administrative ServicesPhone: (425) 295-0500Email: msauerwein@ci.sam-mamish.wa.us

    Published in Sammamish Review on 2/08/12

    210-Public Notices

  • as far as conservation, Warren said at the meeting. I think the commission sort of said its time to back off of that a little bit. We have to decrease the vari-ability of our revenue. Were on pins and needles every summer hoping we going to get enough revenue for the next year.

    In a later interview, Krauss said hes confident the district can continue to encourage resi-dents to conserve water, despite the fact that the financial incen-tive to do so is less pressing under the new rate structure. Rates will still be higher the more water a residence uses, just not as drastically.

    The district also continues to push several conservation mea-sures, including its irrigation audit program, which gives resi-dents a cheaper water rate if they prove