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A grotesque sight greeted Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen on Oct. 8: bits and pieces of a dismembered animal scattered atop her mailbox.
You would have to have been living on the moon with no communication whatsoever to not know the United States presidential election has been a bit contentious this time around. There are a lot of things that the Right and the Left cannot agree on in this country, but I think we can all agree that the election rhetoric has been toxic during this cycle.
Taking a stroll down the Juanita Bay pedestrian bridge now comes with lessons in ornithology and history.
Imagine this is how your day goes. You wake up, laying in some else's garbage, brushing your teeth in it, watching TV while sitting on it, and sometimes even having to eat all the garbage. Sea animals are being forced to do this every day. There is an unbelievable amount of pollution in our oceans, all over the world. Sea animals are having to live in it, swim in it, and even end up eating a lot of it.
Kirkland's Public Works Department, supporting Puget Sound Energy, will be closing the north entrance of Holmes Point Drive in the Finn Hill neighborhood Oct. 24-28 to perform vegetation removal work to protect power lines from winter storms. City crews will trim low hanging branches at the same time to reduce the likelihood of branches dropping onto the roadway during storms or snowy conditions. Residents will be able to enter the Holmes Point community via the Holmes Point Dr. south entrance off of 76th Place NE.