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As a retired school architect and planner, I strongly support comfortable and up-to-date educational facilities. I oppose Proposition 1 because it leaves thousands of kids and their teachers in overcrowded schools and substandard buildings for years more than needed and would spend over $235 million of the $398 million to needlessly tear down and replace more buildings instead of providing for growth.
Community Events, June 2016
This is the fourth installment in the continuing sag of Donald J. Trump.
Well, there seems to be no end of informed opinion about the reasons not to vote for ST3, why we need to keep it the heck out of our town and why it won't work on the floating bridge despite the assurances of some of the best engineers in the world.
I am totally appalled that you allowed the letter 'We are all sinners, pray for our nation' to be printed in the newspaper last week. First of all it seemed like it was a written as a free piece of advertising for Franklin Graham - surely he should have to pay for advertising like anyone else.
Isn't it great that Kirkland city officials welcomed the ground breaking of the new Village at Totem Lake, with not a single word mentioning the increased traffic that this development will generate on nearby roadways.