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Dr. Amy Beiter left the position on May 31 as part of a mutual decision, officials said.
The smaller location will open this summer.
City officials broke holes in a short wall to commemorate the project’s official launch.
The company will soon accept applications for projects related to affordable housing on the Eastside.
Numerous Kirkland volunteers honored local veterans in recognition of Memorial Day.
The projects range from pest and vegetation control to a historical CKC pavilion.
Locals will vote on a variety of local and county positions.
The capital projects will replace degraded pipes and decrease congestion along the road.
Eastside rent medians increased by 2.8 in the past year, a decrease in growth from previous years.
Kirklanders will see about $113.7 million in state funds outside of LWTech and I-405 widening.
Dee Roe received her second St. Vincent de Paul Least of My Brethren Award.
The shelter will serve single women and families with children who are experiencing homelessness.
The new 14.5-foot tall buses will run from Everett to Bellevue, with stops in Bothell and Kirkland.
The health system is asking for local voters to approve a bond measure of $345 million over 20 years.
The criminal investigation into Boeing’s 737 MAX certification seeks information from a local expert.
The East Coast burger chain will open in Kirkland Urban, the nearly completed mixed-use development.
The 100-year celebration will take place during the chamber’s annual gala.
The traffic camera pilot program will be tested in September at three schools in two school zones.
The Kirkland Women’s Show will take place at Kamiakin Middle School on March 30.
Mayor Penny Sweet gave the address at the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce meeting on Feb. 14.