We were shocked and deeply saddened upon the news that our friend and colleague, Senator Andy Hill, succumbed to the lung cancer he has battled since 2008. He never drew attention to his fight but rather went about the business of representing the 45th Legislative District. That is the definition of integrity, commitment and selflessness. We will miss you Andy…
The following statement was issued on behalf of Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen:
The City of Kirkland was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of State Senator Andy Hill. He was a dedicated legislator who made a quiet, but profound mark on our city, our district, and on our State.
Others will appropriately recall the many State accomplishments of Senator Hill. But he has left an enduring legacy for Kirkland as well. When our residents walk along the beauty of the Cross Kirkland Corridor or exit I-405 at the soon to be built 132nd Street ramps, they should pause and remember Senator Hill for helping make those investments happen. Senator Hill was a man with a keen intellect, a deep kindness, a strong work ethic, a focus on results, and a passion to be of service to others. On behalf of the City, we send our condolences to the Hill family. Senator Hill was a wonderful friend to the City of Kirkland and he will be greatly missed.
Join us in our Kirkland taproom for the release of seven new and unique beers each brewed specifically for the event. A new and regal beer will take the throne at the top of every hour while the previous beer will be ceremonially removed. Prizes will be raffled off throughout the day. Food trucks will be on site starting with Das Brat at noon and Woodshop BBQ at 3pm. Details can be found online at www.ChainlineBrewing.com or on Facebook here…
Metropolitan King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci released this statement on the passing of State Senator Andy Hill: “I am deeply saddened to learn of the death of Senator Andy Hill. Senator Hill was a committed father, community advocate, and public servant. His passion for his family and for the people of his district showed […]
Looking for the perfect gift this holiday season? Kirkland Interfaith Network (KIN) invites you to its annual Alternative Gift Fair, Saturday, November 1 2 from 10AM to 4PM and Sunday, November 1 3 from Noon to 2PM, at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, 10021 NE 124th Street, Kirkland. (Note: we’re at a new location this year!).
The KIN Alternative Gift Fair is a holiday fair where each gift you buy provides a better life for someone who needs it, here or abroad. It’s a fair where you can do some holiday shopping and feel good about doing it. It’s a holiday fair whose focus is the love of God at work in the world…
A Novara brand bicycle was found in the condo garage of a Kirkland Views reader. Please contact us (email@example.com) with a description if you think it’s yours.
Help Remove Invasive Plants on the Cross Kirkland Corridor
Monday, November 7 and 21
9 to 11 am
We’ll be working on the section between 6th St. S. and Kirkland Ave.
Parking available on the west side of 6th St. S. and at Kirkland Ave. on both sides of the CKC.
- Bring small pruning saws, heavy duty loppers, and water (I’ll have a few extra tools)
- Wear long pants, long sleeves, sturdy shoes, and gloves
- We will be focusing on scotch broom removal using saws and weed wrenches
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a tax PAYER, I’m voting for Ramiro Valderrama for State Representative.
When I opened my mail the other day, I found this huge campaign mailer featuring five local politicians urging me to again re-elect two other politicians – Larry Springer and Roger Goodman. Politicians supporting politicians, not a big surprise…
Announcement made during first-ever campout held on Google’s Kirkland campus for area students served by YMCA
On Saturday, October 22, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell joined Google to announce a $165,000 sponsorship to the National Park Foundation’s Open OutDoors for Kids, an initiative that helps connect more kids to their national parks through fun and engaging activities. The announcement was made during a campout held on Google’s Kirkland campus together with the U.S. Department of the Interior and YMCA for 60 Seattle-area elementary students…
Commuters should expect traffic delays due to a temporary revision of the lanes in the 12200 block of Totem Lake Blvd from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., October 27 and 28. The lanes will be reduced to one lane each direction north of 124th in order for the street team to perform an emergency repair.
We ask drivers to be patient and cautious for the safety of workers and the public.