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Eye contact? [On March 2] I attended the Lake Washington School District board meeting to support members of my community recently impacted by the board's decision to relocate a group of special education students because of capacity issues.
Community Events, March 2015
The 69 percent vote on doing away with plastic bags was revealing. The Kirkland City Council is supposed to represent us, the people who elected them.
The proposed ARC community center will draw users from well outside Kirkland. I do not believe the new Snohomish aquatic recreation center, with similar services and easy egress, is anywhere near financially self supporting. Nor do they have proximity of users from Bothell, Woodinville and Redmond.
I have lived in Kirkland all of my life and like the idea of an Aquatics, Recreation and Community Center. It all depends on how we go about locating it, building it, maintaining it and paying for it.
Thank you for the front-page story about how the Kirkland City Council, except Councilman Nixon, passed a plastic bag ban despite polling showing that an overwhelming percentage residents object to the legislation and the apparent lack of need for such a ban.