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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, April 2016
A letter published in the April 22 edition of the Kirkland Reporter, captioned "Bag ban is not equal in the City of Kirkland," was absolutely correct.
We have a coyote problem. At 1 a.m. on an average Sunday in March, our elderly Beagle "Happy" pottered into her fenced dog-run, inside of our fenced back-yard, to take care of business. There, she was ambushed by a waiting coyote that savagely held and shook her by the throat.
It seems that almost every week EvergreenHealth hospital publishes an article in the Kirkland Reporter praising it for outstanding performance. I am recognizing it for being the most greedy business I have ever dealt with.
On March 30, I attended the NU (Northwest University) open house and I must say I came away deeply disturbed at what they are proposing to build.