Thank you for publishing the letter to the editor about littering on the Cross Kirkland Corridor.
In April 2013, the county of San Mateo, Calif. where my grandparents live, implemented a Reusable Bag Ordinance that required retailers to keep “complete and accurate records of the purchase and sale of any recycled paper bag or reusable 2.25 mil plastic bag by the retail establishment.”
You are a total failure in regard to supporting the Growth Management Act (GMA). It calls for local jurisdictions to adopt a transportation plan that supports mass transit.
I live by the Kirkland Corridor, it is part of my backyard. Some individuals walk their dogs and pick up the pop but they are leaving the baggies filled with it on the trail, I am looking at one right now.
Over the last 28 years that I have lived across 82nd Avenue Northeast from Carl Sandberg Elementary School, the cottonwood trees have caused concern for the safety of people walking by and for property.
We are looking for information to locate the suspect car and the driver of a hit-and-run accident.
Citizens should be alarmed by the new developments in the Parkplace saga. It was disturbing to see at the Dec. 12 Planning Commission meeting how many big and small changes are being made to the original Touchstone plan that was initially approved by Kirkland City Council for the Parkplace development.
I am writing this email to express my personal support and experience of Lele Te'o as an educator, coach and youth mentor.
In response to Ghislaine Bernard about "What do you think of extra junk mail?" I want to say that I like the inserts in the Kirkland Reporter.
I would like to weigh in on Ghislaine Bernard's letter on the "extra junk mail" that comes with the Kirkland Reporter.
The recent news is “House Democrats elect Rep. Larry Springer of Kirkland to Deputy Majority Leader” whose job it will be to focus on business outreach and engagement. What does that mean to the taxpayers in Kirkland and Puget Sound communities?
A large crowd filled the Kirkland Performance Center on Nov. 22 to view the Seattle debut of "To Light a Candle," a documentary produced and directed by award-winning journalist and human rights activist Maziar Bahari.
Last week, I had the opportunity to witness, once again, what a fantastic community Kirkland really is. With everything going on in the world, it can sometimes be hard to agree with, relate to or even talk with your neighbor.
I wonder if the Kirkland Reporter would be willing to ask all of it's readers what they do with all the 'extra junk mail' that comes with the newspaper each Thursday?
Kirkland holds celebration for new street extension, please give me a break.
The Reporter's Note in last week's issue was a lousy, poorly-written story, so filled with meaningless scribble-babble in the first paragraph - far and away from the point the editor had intended when he asked for, or rather ordered - a story about Christmas tree sales.
Why is it important to have purpose in early childhood development? This was the question I asked myself.
Last summer freeze-proof fountains were installed at the new lacrosse and soccer fields in Big Finn Park. This was a great and well worth the extra cost.
Thumbs up to the Kirkland City Council for supporting climate change initiatives. Thumbs down to the Kirkland Reporter for the curious addition of an out of context paragraph referencing a recent study by Johnstone and Mantua published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS 2014 111(40) 14360-14365).
I recently read the letter by Mr. Smith in the Nov. 7 issue of the Reporter. My response was “really?”