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The city council was updated on recent implicit bias trainings undergone by Kirkland staffers.
Union reps say negotiations have stalled since they began in April.
Reporter has compiled the best of the Kirkland blotter for reading pleasure.
It’s a hodgepodge mix, but large investment companies own a substantial chunk.
Fresh to the Kirkland City Council, Black has roots in law and Houghton Community Council.
His career included time as an officer with Bellevue police.
An east-west route could tie in with the proposed ultra-high-speed rail between B.C. and Portland.
Joint statement from police chief Cherie Harris and city manager Kurt Triplett.
Police blotter for Dec. 5-12.
Drivers should expect traffic delays.
The authority will consolidate crisis response and services into one entity.
Organized by local high school students, a climate strike was held at Marina Park.
Suspension expected to begin in January
There’s a wide range of subjects they hope to address when the 2020 session begins next month.
The transit agency reported in October that black riders were more likely than others to get fined.
The rideshare pilot is part of King County Metro’s Community Connections project.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Dec. 9.
Seattle’s homelessness committee aligned the city’s plan with King County’s.
An update to the King County climate action plan should include an environmental justice framing as it’s developed over the coming months. The King County… Continue reading
Police blotter for Nov. 29-Dec. 5.