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A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Dec. 9.
Both are part of Kirkland’s safer routes to school plan.
The event begins and ends at Marina Park.
Council and city staff are finalizing a citywide transportation connections map.
The traditional event, put on by the city and the downtown association, lasts from 3 to 6 p.m.
At its Nov. 6 meeting, city council received an updated on the 2019-20 snow plan.
Festival dates are every Saturday from Nov. 30 to Dec. 21.
The annual event — by now a tradition for many Washington cities — returns to the Kirkland Performance Center in December.
The city’s financial status was checked in on at council’s Nov. 6 study session.
The master plan proposes about 364,910 square feet of building and parking improvements.
The North Sound RADAR Navigator program received $80,000 for mental health professional services.
NORCOM provides emergency dispatch services in northeastern King County.
This is the 19th Turkey Trot the nonprofit has hosted in Kirkland.
Jeff Lockhart, the center’s executive director, gave a presentation at the Oct. 15 meeting.
The retail chain can also be found in Lynnwood, Bellevue, Mill Creek and Burien.
The ‘Hamilton’ tribute band credits effortless chemistry and enthusiasm as key parts of its success.
The study resulting from the council’s decision will begin in early 2020.
The event is put on by the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce and Kirkland Downtown Association.
The community staple has been putting on the contest for several years.
The project has been under discussion since 2015.