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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....

Public Comment Open on Champagne Creek and Radke Subdivision

A permit is submitted seeking coverage regarding soil disturbance and Champagne Creek.  The full public notice is below: “This project involves 3.36 acres of soil disturbance for Residential construction activities. The receiving waterbody is Champagne Creek. Any persons desiring to present their...

3 New Development Applications Open for Public Comment

Attached are 3 subdivision applications on which the City is accepting comments through June 13. The 2 Ridge developments are in an RSA 8 zone to the West of 84th and the Hageman short plat is a 9 lot plat in an RSA 4 zone a half block up the hill from Juanita Drive as it runs from the hairpin east into...

Ad Hoc Residents Groups

Thursday, May 26 from 7 – 8:30 Finn Hill residents who are  interested in having a role in affecting the neighborhood plan met.. The topics covered were: An overview of the Finn Hill neighborhood plan process – quick history Plan principles Specific study topics for the summer – topics in...

Climate Action Meeting

The Kirkland Chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby has been very active in April and May. Members of our group met with Representative DelBene to discuss our proposal for a revenue neutral carbon fee and dividend. We are pleased to report that she is in favor of taking action on climate but she is...

627 Acres of Parkland Surrounds Finn Hill

Today, our parks are more critical than ever. They are an example of a shifting baseline also known as a sliding baseline. This is a type of change to how an eco system is measured, usually against previous reference points.  Our parks connect us with the natural world and inspire us to be better stewards...

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