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We are so proud of all of our team for pitching in during our annual food drive in partnership with Nourishing Network in Kirkland this year.
Community Events, November 2015
We all are concerned that we in the land of great technology companies are still using a very old transportation network design criteria for our “transit" needs.
I am the mother of three boys and one of the 25,000 Kirkland residents living within a half mile of the trail. If mass transit were to be added to the trail, I and many other people living close to the trail would no longer be able to access the trail through our backyards and side streets.
I have read the news articles on the City Council's push to add a bus rapid transit line on the Cross Kirkland Corridor as a means to alleviate current and expected traffic congestion through our city before the light rail line is implemented by Sound Transit.
The Nov. 17 windstorm knocked-out power to over 300,000 households across the Puget Sound region, and more than 30 transmission lines were badly damaged.