I read with a great deal of interest your article on the Supreme Court vs. the state legislature and the lack of funding for education.
I am writing to counter the claims that Sen. Andy Hill regularly makes about what he has done for education funding.
Like many of us in this community, I’ve had kids in the public school system and really value having high quality schools for my children. In following state politics for the last several years, I’m very impressed with the work that Andy Hill is doing in Olympia.
Death and injuries in crosswalks brings up a lot of questions.
Many of our neighbors have noticed speeding on 119th Avenue in our neighborhood appears to have increased over the past few months.
Central Houghton Neighborhood Association had its 22nd annual Hought-Down picnic on Labor Day. As with almost all community events, this celebration would not happen without the many “people behind the scenes”. I would like to take the time to thank them.
I live a block away from the accident that sadly took the life of Kyle Warnik last Tuesday.
It’s understandable why Mr. Pantley and Mr. Davis have their views on why Kirkland needs lower income and greater density development.
If the ARC (Aquatics Recreation Center) is going to be accessed by bike, the traffic consultant should have known Northeast 124th Street does not have any bike lanes in either direction.
“We can never have enough nature. It soothes, it repairs - it is a tonic for the soul,” wrote Henry David Thoreau 160 years ago. Clearly, Thoreau was a man who knew something about the positive benefits of open space.
I write in response to letters that are coming in opposing I-594, the measure that would require background checks on all gun purchases.
Juanita residents would like Kirkland to have an aquatic center, just not at the sites now being actively considered.
I recently received a letter from the city of Kirkland informing me I need to obtain a business license because I keep myself busy in the evenings making stuff.
I noticed Diane Meehl's letter concerning Initiative 594 in the Aug. 29 edition of the Kirkland Reporter.
The letter from Dan Michael in the Sept. 5 issue of the Reporter concerning I-594 needs further comment.
During the past week, the attorney for Lobsang Dargey and Path America called the city of Kirkland and left a message seeming to indicate that her client had already gone through design review and thus should not have to go through a design review hearing again.
According to LetsFreeCongress.com in the 2012 US House elections, 95 percent of the candidates that outspent their opponents won, while 1 percent of the donors contributed 68 percent of the campaign funding.
This temporary victory in the use of this property [Potala Village] will be short-lived, if the owners elect to take the matter to higher courts.
Sept. 7-13 is National Diaper Need Awareness Week, do you know about the diaper need nationally… and here at home?
While I certainly can understand the previous Sammamish writer’s passionate pleas for the passage of Initiative 594 from her perspective, she is sadly misinformed or indifferent to what the 18-page initiative actually says.