I may be naive, but why is the Summerfest entertainment stage fenced off for adults only when a beer garden could easily be created off to the side as it was yesterday? Is it simply economics that we have to prioritize a “no-family / no kids” area in order to put on these events?…
Why are so many department heads leaving? It’s probably is because of the Manager or the Mayor? They cannot avoid what’s happening on their shift.
I’m sure the Mayor or the Manager doesn’t want to be identified as the cause but the real reasons cannot be found from those who left…
In early 2016, when the Obama announced the Cancer Moonshot 2020 initiative, being led by Vice President Joe Biden, the eyes lit up of those impacted by cancer, whether directly or indirectly. This initiative is aimed to rapidly accelerate cancer research, by using collaborative efforts and a stimulating budget.
The Kirkland Wednesday Market is excited to bring the Kirkland community and local farmers together during this exciting & delicious event. The inaugural Kirkland Farm to Table Dinner is guaranteed to be one of the most memorable nights of the season. Come toast the end of summer with all the Friends of the Market!
Volunteers will be working on the section between 6th St. S. and Chainline Brewing on Saturday, August 13 from 8am – 11am. Please join up. All are welcome! Parking available on 6th St S and 5th Pl S. Saturday, August 13 8 to 11 am Bring small pruning saws, heavy duty loppers, and water (I’ll […]
Locals enjoy watching the waterfront scene as they visit the Kirkland Wednesday Market at Marina Park.
Just wanted to give you an update on Trueblood; it has been a rollercoaster of a year in regards to saving this house, but where there is a will there is a way.
The following letter addresses the moving of the Trueblood house, built in the 1880’s, from its original plot in Norkirk.
The Trueblood house is now owned by Nickel Bros. Moving Company.
It will be moved from its present to location on August 17 or 18th, during the day, to the Baptist church corner parking lot on 1st Street. It will be held there, “in storage”, until one of the four potential buyers completes their contingencies or in the event a new buyer steps up…
As you are aware, there is a controversy brewing over seaplane permitting at carillon point. This began in April with a request for for a permit which was deemed complete in May. The city almost immediately stated they expected issue a DNS, Which says no environmental impact statement (EIS) was needed. People who had concerns about this issue were given until June 20th to write to city planners or they would not be allowed to speak when a public hearing is finally scheduled.
Let’s look for a moment at how the citizens of Kirkland were notified. Three signs were posted in public, two at the pedestrian walkway entrances and one along the boulevard…
King County Metro is getting a lot of complaints from commuters about not enough parking at the park and rides and they are trying to figure out what to do. They have an online survey that is open until August 19. You can find it here: https://metrofutureblog.wordpress.com/2016/07/18/take-a-survey-share-input-on-park-and-ride-parking/
King County Metro is seeking input on parking at their Park and Ride lots. Here is the website that describes what they are considering: http://www.kingcounty.gov/transportation/kcdot/MetroTransit/Projects/Parking.aspx
WPC’s 2016 Jennifer Dunn-Thomson Scholarship Awarded to Sophia Steele
Washington Policy Center (WPC) announced today it has awarded the 2016 Jennifer Dunn-Thomson Scholarship to Sophia Steele of Kirkland, WA. The sixth annual scholarship provides total funding of $15,000 in honor of the late Congresswoman to female college students who exemplify Jennifer’s leadership, commitment to public service and personal values…