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Workshop on Coexisting with Urban Wildlife, plus other news and events

Kirkland News Bites: Upcoming Events Learning to live with urban wildlife Residents are invited to attend and participate in an educational  workshop focused on coexistence with urban wildlife and simple actions people can take to reduce conflict and live peacefully with creatures such as coyotes, cougars,...

Neighborhood Meeting on Sound Transit, Cross Kirkland Corridor, St Edward Seminary Building

About 50 people attended the June 15th Finn Hill neighborhood meeting at St. John Vianny church.  Several presenters fielded questions while sharing information on three controversial topics. Take some time learning about these issues and note any deadlines for public comment.  These three issues affect the...

Call for Artist on the Cross Kirkland Corridor Project

The Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission is seeking an artist or artist teams to serve as “Artist in Residence” to create an ephemeral art project on site at the Cross Kirkland Corridor. The artwork will be constructed and installed on the Cross Kirkland Corridor during the period of  Sept 10...

Neighborhood Meeting, Wed. June 15

This is a reminder that the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance is hosting a neighborhood meeting on Wednesday, June 15, at 7pm in the social hall of St. John Vianney Church at 12600 84th Avenue. This meeting is for everyone who lives in the Finn Hill neighborhood (and even those who don’t), so please come. We...

Comments Open for iCap Development at 12619 84th Ave NE

PROPOSAL:  Steve Lee of Preferred Engineering, LLC, the applicant, is requesting a Process I Short Plat Permit to divide one 37,800 SF parcel into 5 parcels ranging from 6,039 SF to 6,683 SF in the RSA 8 Zone. The application was received by the City on May 10, 2016 and was deemed complete on June 7, 2016....

Flowers you don’t want

All flowers are beautiful in their own way, but there are some that spell trouble in spite of their aesthetic appeal. King County noxious weed specialists shared photos of a few not-so-lovely noxious weeds. Here is the King County 2015 annual report on noxious weeds. From King County: “This report...

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