The Kirkland Events Foundation wishes to express thanks to the Kirkland City Council for stepping up and supporting our proposal to produce Kirkland Oktoberfest this autumn.
As a resident of Tsawwassen, outside of Vancouver, BC, I have long had good friends living in Kirkland.
On behalf of downtown Kirkland merchants, I would like to ask for your help to spread the word out about this Saturday’s event.
It was so gratifying to read Ms. Caldwell’s letter in the May 3 Kirkland Reporter. I’ve been wondering for the past year if I am the only victim of the ticket trap over by Evergreen Hospital who minds being ambushed, robbed and slandered by the city of Kirkland and the Kirkland police.
Thanks for the prodding regarding the Reporter’s recent story on planning for the Totem Lake Park. I’ll be walking parts in the near future.
Thank you for your recent article exposing former Kirkland Councilman Bob Sternoff’s alleged unethical behavior. This comes as no surprise to us.
As a long time Kirkland resident, I drive east on 128th Street frequently for appointments and errands. The sign is still there, clearly visible, “NO RIGHT turn on red.”
Like many Kirkland residents, I was looking forward to taking my dogs to the new off-leash park in Kirkland.