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In 1988, I was the chair of the Redmond Planning Commission. At that time, the property that currently houses Emerald Heights and the Abbey Road… Continue reading
Eastside mayors support LWSD bond and levies.
Last year, a bill (SB 5598/HB 2117) was introduced to the Washington state legislature regarding family visitation rights. This bill is sponsored by several local… Continue reading
I am the parent of three children in the Lake Washington School District. Two of my children receive additional supports and services to help them… Continue reading
Vote “no” on Proposition No. 3. Send a clear message that building another Lake Washington School District (LWSD) choice school is not a solution to… Continue reading
This February, you will be asked to vote on three measures for the Lake Washington School District (LWSD). On behalf of the 29,572 students in… Continue reading
For the past 10 years, our three children have attended schools in the Lake Washington School District. We’re proud to call Lake Washington our home.… Continue reading
The new traffic flow through Redmond is counterproductive for the following reasons: 1) The traffic flow is not conducive to projected population and traffic growth… Continue reading
HOT lanes will always increase congestion on general purpose lanes
I live at Emerald Heights and definitely care about preserving our green spaces. After hearing from our neighbors, Emerald Heights revised their landscaping plan for… Continue reading
Last year, the Muslim Community and Neighborhood Association (MCNA) organized a Muslim Safety forum with the Bellevue Police Department (BPD) and police departments from Redmond,… Continue reading
The little shop around the corner is leaving: Redmond/Kirkland corner’s Red Apple store. Like in the phrase from “Cheers,” “Where everyone knows your name.” It… Continue reading
I would like to express my disapproval of the recent changes in infrastructure. Over the course of the last few months, the main roads through… Continue reading
It was the centerpiece of the governor’s crusade against climate change. Now it’s gone.
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
Los Angeles was being devastated by fire, two months after the terrible fires in northern California, as the Republican congress passed a tax bill with… Continue reading
Tips on how to be more green in the new year.
The controversy surrounding the Assisted Living Building on the Emerald Heights campus is about more than trees. It centers on commitments Emerald Heights’ management made… Continue reading
Eastside Audubon Society is pleased to hear that the Redmond City Council voted on new updates to Redmond’s parks code. These changes will make the… Continue reading