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Mid-April Events: Garage Sales, Park Trails… and more

Dear Finn Hill friends and neighbors: Spring has finally arrived! Here a few activities coming up that we hope you’ll participate in: April 22 (Tuesday): Election Day Don’t forget to vote! The Lake Washington School District bond measure is on the ballot, as well as a County-wide referendum on car tab fees...

April 26 Neighborhood Garage Sale: Fun, Free, and Fabulous

The Second Annual Finn Hill Neighborhood Garage Sale is April 26th. Treasures are found and money is made in this ultimate recycling event… Start collecting your clutter and sign up! Check it out: View the Map of the 2014 Fabulous Finn Hill Garage Sale Locations. The Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (FHNA)...

Park Steward Training – Get Involved

Washington Native Plant Society (WNPS) is running a FREE 10-week Native Plant Steward Training. The Green Kirkland Partnership is partnering with WNPS on this training and a group of WNPS stewards will be doing restoration at Everest Park in Kirkland (with the option to stay on as a Green Kirkland...

Kirkland’s StyroFest Upcoming Events

Kirkland’s monthly StyroFest recycling events divert materials from landfill. The next weekend-long event begins on February 28. Since starting its unique plastic foam and packaging material recycling program three months ago, Kirkland residents have diverted an estimated 90 cubic yards from the...

Planning Commission to Vote Thursday, Feb 13: Holmes Point Overlay Amendments

Planning Commission to vote Thursday, Feb 13, on Holmes Point Overlay amendments The Holmes Point Overlay ordinance (also known as the Special District Overlay) was originally drafted in the 1990s by King County in conjunction with the Denny Creek Neighborhood Alliance (FHNA’s former name) and was...

Meetings on Issues Feb 12-19: Metro’s Future, Neighborhood Plan Mtg, Kirkland Commission Vacancies, Holmes Point Overlay, Finn Hill Survey

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends: Here are some quick notes about relevant meetings and deadlines coming up during the next week: Feb 12 –Discuss Metro’s future with King County Council Members Jane Hague and Rod Dembowski: You should have received a postcard about this meeting, on  Wednesday, February...

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