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Meet the new Kirkland City Councilwoman: Shelley Kloba BY CARRIE RODRIGUEZ firstname.lastname@example.org
helley Kloba says she feels like she has been drinking out of a fire hose since the Kirkland Council appointed her to fill the vacant No. 2 seat on April 16. With less than two weeks to go before her first official council meeting on May 7,
she is gearing up to learn the city’s ropes quickly, while moving full speed to become informed on all the big issues facing the city. But the new councilwoman says she is up for the challenge. “I’m meeting with [City Manager] Kurt Triplett at 11:30, so that will kick things off and I’m hoping there’ll be a big old binder of back-
ground information,” said was one of 17 candidates who Kloba during an invied for the empty terview on April 18. seat. “I need to have my Before the council game on right out unanimously apof the chute because pointed her to the there’s not a whole lot council during its of time to ramp up.” meeting on April 16, After former she was on the edge Councilman Bob of her seat that night, Shelley Kloba Sternoff abruptly she says. When the announced his rescouncil initially ignation on March 25, Kloba voted, they were evenly di-
vided between candidates Jon Pascal and Jay Arnold. “I thought, well that’s about right. They’re very well qualified and there are some excellent reasons why they would be the choice,” said Kloba, 46. Moving past their “deadlock,” the council finally voted to appoint her. “It was a bit of a roller coaster ride and I think it’s
just indicative of how tough a decision it was and how there’s very little to separate the top tier candidates, so whatever they would’ve decided would’ve been a win for Kirkland,” she said. A Midwest gal who was raised in Illinois, Kloba moved to Kirkland with her husband just after she received her Bachelor’s of [ more KLOBA page 3 ]
Kirkland SWAT teams arrest 3, recover narcotics from ‘problem house’ BY CARRIE RODRIGUEZ email@example.com
SWAT teams arrested three adults and recovered narcotics on April 15 after they raided a Kirkland home that police and neighbors have known as a “problem house.” Kirkland detectives were prompted to search the home after they linked a cell phone dropped in a residential burglary in the area to someone who lived at the house, said Kirkland Lt. Mike Murray. Murray said the house in the 8000 block of N.E. 142nd St. in the Finn Hill neighborhood has been a problem for police over at least the past year. “Our patrol officers were getting complaints from neighbors about a lot of foot and vehicular traffic coming in and out of the house all day and especially at night,” he said, noting neighbors thought there might have been narcotics transactions going on. “So we’ve been watching the house for quite a while and made 10 or 13 arrests of known criminals coming
in and out of the house over the last year or so.” He said officers tried to do what they could to respond to suspicious activity through normal patrol tactics, “but we were limited on what we could do.” The North Sound Metro SWAT Team, which includes the Kirkland SWAT Team, was able to obtain a search warrant after police recovered the phone that was dropped during a burglary. Murray said he didn’t know if the search on April 15 turned up any evidence of that burglary, but police did find evidence to other criminal activity, including some marijuana, heroin, forged documents and stolen mail. During the raid, police also detained seven subjects and arrested three adults living at the house on outstanding warrants, identity theft and forgery charges. Murray said the homeowner doesn’t live at the house, but his son does and wasn’t one of the suspects arrested. Kirkland detectives are handling the follow-up investigation of this case.
Totem Lake Park set for revitalization
City seeks to provide ‘sense of place’ BY RAECHEL DAWSON firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon arriving in the Totem Lake neighborhood, Kirkland’s urban business district, very few know of the 17 acres of wetland nestled between buildings and the busy Totem Lake Boulevard. The tall grassy marsh is intercepted by a wooden boardwalk that extends on the northwest side of the property. The boardwalk begins at a parking lot and ends at a lake. Even fewer realize Totem Lake’s presence. But the city plans to
change that this year. “This piece of property is a hidden jewel,” said Michael Cogle, deputy director of Kirkland’s Parks and Community Services. “A lot of people don’t even know it exists. When you say ‘Totem Lake,’ people think of the mall.” The city has already begun the master planning process of studying the site, collecting data and learning about its potential so that, come June, the city will begin public outreach to understand what the community wants. [ more PARK page 11 ]
(Above) Lincoln Brigham frequents the boardwalk at Totem Lake Park to take photos of wildlife. Brigham says he would like to see a looping trail there. (Below) The boardwalk on the northwest side of the lake was built in the 1980s. The city is working with the community on how to improve the park this year. CARRIE RODRIGUEZ, Kirkland Reporter
 April 26, 2013
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Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Kirkland Reporter police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kirkland, which average about 1,000 per week. Between April 12-18, the Kirkland Police Department reported 469 traffic violations (four DUIs), 25 school zone traffic violations, 30 Doors alarm calls, 15 noise complaints, 15
calls of disturbance, 15 thefts, 10 car prowls, two car thefts, 23 traffic accidents, 18 calls of civil disturbance, 11 reported burglaries, one report of juvenile crime, seven domestic violence calls, five calls for harassment, four reports of illegal drugs, 13 acts of fraud, seven malicious mischief reports and three reported sex offenses. At least 32 people were arrested.
April 17 Domestic violence: 6:23 p.m., 7900 block of 125th Ln. N.E. A 34-year-old man was arrested after breaking into his estranged wife’s house and fleeing before police arrived. His wife said he is not on the lease, nor does he have keys to the residence. She was in the process of filing a dissolution of their marriage.
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Domestic violence: 10:20 p.m., 500 block of 15th Ave. A 41-year-old man was arrested for allegedly throwing his 50-yearold wife on the bed, grabbing her by the throat and causing her “pain and fear.” The man was gone when police arrived but was found near the police department. He told officers he was going to turn himself in.
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Domestic violence: 12:23 a.m., 12800 block of N.E. 113th St. A 31-year-old man was taken into custody after he and his 29-year-old wife got into an argument. His wife found a nude photo and a provocative text message on his cell phone, which was from their babysitter. The man allegedly got angry that she “snooped” and grabbed her hair and slammed her face on the carpet floor numerous times causing her pain.
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A+ Order violation: 11:10 p.m., 12800 block A+Rating of N.E. 120th St. A 28-year-old man was arrested for violating a no contact order after Rating he was found at a 24-year-old woman’s residence.
April 12 Malicious mischief: 11:58 a.m., 14100 block of Juanita Dr. N.E. A 43-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly keying a man’s vehicle outside of a QFC parking lot. The two were in an argument prior, and the man witnessed the act before she drove off in her own vehicle. He collected her license plate information and police contacted her at her residence.
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Work to limit parking at South Kirkland Park and Ride lot Parking at the South Kirkland Park and Ride lot will be limited for the next four-to-six weeks as the northwest section of the facility (behind the temporary bus stop) has been closed for resurfacing and restriping. During this time, construction activity will reduce the number of available parking spaces to 142 in the south parking area. People should use the Northeast 38th Place east entrance for parking. The ADA parking spaces behind the bus stop will remain open with access via the Northeast 38th Place west entrance roadway.
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Science in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “People who live in the Midwest have no sense of what mountains look like in the snow and it’s frightening. It was a white-knuckle trip,” she laughed, noting they moved to the Northwest for job opportunities. The couple first moved to the Houghton neighborhood but then bought a home in Everett to be closer to their jobs. They moved back to the North Juanita neighborhood 11 years ago to enroll their daughter into the Lake Washington School District. She first became involved in the community when she served as a legislation chair at Franklin Elementary. “It was through that and advocating on behalf of kids with our state legislators that you start to realize they’re are people just like you and me and to do their jobs effectively, they need to hear from the people that the public policy affects,” she noted. She was also on the Lake Washington Citizens Levy Committee, when she learned a lot about school bonds and how to run a successful levy campaign. “I think my main style of attacking a problem is just jumping in with both feet and learning by doing,” said Kloba, who is currently the legislative director of the Washington Parent Teacher Association. She has also served as a board member on Kirkland’s Park Board since 2009. Some highlights during her service included the city’s purchase and planning of the Cross Kirkland Corridor and the completion of Juanita Beach Park’s phase one in 2011. Kloba first entertained
thoughts about running for city council when Mayor Joan McBride announced in February she would not seek reelection. “So I thought there’s an open seat, is this the right time? Am I the right person? I waited it out, talked to some folks and said this isn’t quite right.” But when Sternoff announced his resignation, Kloba said she had a second chance to think about it. “So I had to take a deep breath. It’s like having children. There’s never the absolute perfect time,” she said. “But I’m very happy to have the opportunity and I’m very excited about the challenge.” And while Kloba’s background in kinesiology – the study of human movement – is somewhat unconventional for a council member, she sees it as helpful, she said. As the owner of Shelley Kloba Massage and Personal Training in Kirkland and a massage therapist at The Donaldson Clinic, Kloba said there are several steps she has to take to treat a patient in less than five minutes. She said she must establish a rapport, evaluate the problem, create a treatment plan and earn the patient’s trust. “And as you go along you
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Aligning spending priorities with the people’s priorities
s the weeks became months for those of us crafting the Senate operating budget, and the plan itself crept closer to the 400-page mark, it helped to pause and remember that our task was about more than making policies and allocating dollars. We were making choices that would affect people’s lives, be it the student who is counting on government to provide the tools he or she needs to succeed, the small-business owner who is trying to keep the doors open, or the person with mentalhealth challenges who will struggle even more without state support. I relied on a clear set of priorities to guide my decision-making and serve as a reminder of what we were hoping to achieve. First, we must avoid hindering the slow but gradual recovery of our state’s fragile economy, which meant the Senate budget couldn’t increase tax burdens on families and small businesses. Second, we must start down a path that improves Washington’s education system – not only through funding but from the policies that connect additional dollars to improved student learning. Finally, we must preserve the infrastructure and network to support our most vulnerable friends and neighbors who need care. I believe most Washingtonians would agree with these priorities – and I know for certain that Republicans and Democrats in the Senate share them. That is why, since day one, the Senate budget-building process has been collaborative and bipartisan. The Senate’s new leaders chose to leave the partisan bickering to the “other Washington” and work across the aisle to address our many challenges. Many wondered aloud how the Senate could successfully address these issues without general tax increases. Here’s how: During the next budget cycle the state anticipates collecting almost $2 billion more in revenue under our existing tax structure. Because our plan prioritizes spending on education, we allocate almost 90 percent of that revenue towards early learning, K-12 and higher education. Public school and
higher education spending would both increase from the previous budget by more than 10 percent, and early learning by 20 percent. However, it’s inefficient to simply pour more money into a system that fails one out of every four students. That’s why this dramatically larger investment in education is being connected to outcomedriven education policies. Doesn’t it make sense that as funding for education increases, students should emerge from our schools and higher-ed institutions better prepared to advance in life? At the same time, government is the means through which we provide essential services and the Senate plan provides targeted funding and refined programs for low-income children who need health care and food, people who are developmentally disabled, senior citizens who need help, and mental-health coverage. Still, to provide these services and ensure that school superintendents, hospital administrators, non-profit directors and others can develop longterm plans to meet demand, we need a budget that’s sustainable. It was important, then, to craft a plan that does not rely on new taxes or temporary measures that make it more difficult for businesses Sen. Andy Hill
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to plan for the future. At a time when there are as many positive as negative economic indicators, increasing taxes would slow down our recovery, taking money families have earned and need out of their pockets. It would also hamper growth as businesses both small and large continue to grow, and bring on employees to meet rising demand. The Senate plan meets the new requirement that budgets balance for the next four years. Many of the gimmicks used in past budgets that created future deficits aren’t responsible options and are not used in the Senate budget. By setting priorities and making difficult decisions – something all Washington residents must do and should expect from their elected representatives – we’ve developed a plan that won’t endanger the state’s financial well-being, enhances our commitment to public education and continues providing the government services Washington residents expect.
State Sen. Andy Hill, R-Redmond, of the 45th Legislative District, serves as chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee and is the chief budget writer for the Majority Coalition Caucus.
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Sponsors needed for downtown flowerpots The Kirkland Downtown Association is once again seeking sponsors for the gorgeous downtown flowerpots. A professional gardener is hired to plant, water, fertilize, weed and trim all those pots. Our part as Kirkland residents is to sponsor or help to sponsor a pot for the summer season. The cost for one pot is $250. Each pot will have a “naming card” placed in it. You can have your name listed, be anonymous or list the name of your company, whatever you like (within reason). Maybe one pot will have only one name on the card and
another pot may have five names listed. Donations are needed in any amount toward the sponsoring of a pot so that we can once again have the beautiful pots for the spring and summer. Checks should be made to Kirkland Downtown Association (KDA) “Flower Pots” and sent to: Peggy Castleberry, 328 Parkplace Center, Kirkland WA 98033. I hope you’ll join Santos and I in helping to beautify our city! Thanks!
Sue Contreras, Kirkland
Artesano Coffee helps fund woman’s trip I lived in Kirkland for
20 years until I moved to Snohomish last October. I commute to Bellevue each day and rather than stay on Interstate 405, I continue to go out of my way to visit Artesano Coffee Company at 1431 Market Street (outside Dooley’s Dog House) because not only do they have good coffee but, more importantly, I had built a morning ritual type friendship with Sarah, their incredibly sweet barista. Recently, I mentioned to Sarah that I am going to Uganda for three weeks in July on a humanitarian trip with a nonprofit dental organization called For World Wide Smiles. She was excited for me and took it upon herself to collect and donate all of her tips for one day to support my trip to
Africa. She advertised to her customers via her tip jar and set a goal of $180 dollars on April 16. Due to the generosity of her customers, she collected (in one day) $274.30 for my trip. When Phil and Rosanna of Artesano Coffee Company heard what Sarah was doing to support my trip, they matched the customer tips for a total donation of $548.60. We don’t get to hear all of the good news very often, but the generosity they have shown is truly amazing.
Sandy Harms, Snohomish
Goodman’s alleged marijuana use is relevant During a recent Kirkland
town hall meeting of 45th District legislators, citizen participants returned to their cars to find a flyer on their windshields. The flyer was about Rep. Goodman’s alleged illegal marijuana use and was funded by The Reagan Fund, a Republican political action committee. The flyer stated that “Driving high is a violation of state law and endangers everyone.” It came on the heels of controversial articles in local newspapers reporting Goodman’s alleged drug abuse and impaired judgment. What did not receive the legislators’ consideration was a question submitted by a local resident about [ more LETTERS page 5 ]
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www.kirklandreporter.com what state legislators were prepared to do proactively to limit taxpayer exposure to lawsuits when the federal government determines to prosecute state-licensed growers, processors and distributors for violating federal laws. The question was not read aloud by facilitator Rep. Larry Springer, D-Kirkland, and neither Sen. Andy Hill, R-Redmond, nor Rep. Goodman had an opportunity to answer it that day. Despite partisan criticism leveled against local editors for publishing Rep. Goodman’s alleged personal lapses, the issue is relevant for many reasons. At a Washington State Liquor Control Board public hearing in Bremerton on March 7, one speaker provided testimony that if growers disagreed with the rules being developed by the Liquor Control Board, many would not follow them. Is it naïve to think that people who have been doing their own thing in supplying an illegal market will now become law-abiding citizens, and voluntarily subject themselves to laws that, up to this point, they did not regard as worthy to follow? Although the Republican hit piece on Rep. Goodman was regarded by many citizens to be tasteless, it was an attempt to surface an important issue directly related to Rep. Goodman’s oath of office and conduct. Once elected, he swore to uphold the laws of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution and laws of Washington state. In 2010, when Rep. Goodman wanted to legalize marijuana, he knew it was illegal although he was allegedly secretly using it, thus calling into question his ability to be impartial on the issue of marijuana
regulation. Although Gov. Inslee’s approach to keep the U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder informed of Washington state’s efforts to create a legal market for marijuana is open and forthright, marijuana is still a Schedule I controlled substance under the federal Controlled Substances Act, and Washington and Colorado state laws are in violation of it. What is going to happen when marijuana grown by a state-licensed grower seeps into the black market, and the federal government prosecutes the grower and the grower, then, turns to the state for his defense? The question is whether Washington taxpayers want their tax dollars – federal and state – going to prosecute and defend growers who knowingly violate federal laws. If not, now is the time to let legislators know well in advance of the first lawsuit.
Leslie Kralicek, Sammamish
Redirect Planned Parenthood funds to other needed services The state of Washington is facing a $1.2 billion shortfall for the 2013-2015 biennium. We are running out of money! All of us
have been tightening our financial belts, removing the non-essentials from our spending. Should the state not do the same, especially with our tax dollars? We have heard that we are down to the “bare bones.” Yet $25 million remains in the upcoming budget for Planned Parenthood affiliates. Personal politics aside, we need to question why, when safety net and other important services are being cut, we are funding an entity listing over $38 million in net assets, six-figure executive salaries, millions of dollars for “government relations and advocacy,” and other questionable business practices (which have led to criminal and civil lawsuits nationwide). With so many other urgent needs facing our state, I urge our legislators to consider redirecting these funds to other needed services that are more in line with their (the legislators’) own stated primary goals for this biennium of “jobs, education and a sustainable budget.” We need to challenge our legislators’ decision to continue to use taxpayer funds to support Planned Parenthood!
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BRIEFS Log cabin on Market Street to be relocated There are only a few log cabins in Kirkland and the one located on Market Street will be lifted off its foundation and set down on a residential property located in the Highlands neighborhood on April 28. The city of Kirkland has issued permits to allow for the move to begin around midnight on Saturday, April 27 with the house being moved along city streets between then and 5 a.m. on Sunday, April 28. The approved route includes the temporary closure of the intersection of 112th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 100th Street while the cabin is re-staged. The move will continue at approximately 9 a.m. with the house being placed on property located at the 10,000 block of 111th Avenue Northeast around 11 a.m. Properties along the travel route will receive notice of the move and asked to comply with “no parking” restric-
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‘Don’t Drip and Drive’ campaign
This April, a new program called “Don’t Drip and Drive” puts residents in the driver’s seat for finding an affordable fix to vehicle leaks. Drivers can take their vehicle to a The Kirkland Cultural Arts participating Automotive Commission seeks innovative Service Association (ASA) repair shop for a free and easy and creative ideas that showvisual inspection (a diagnoscase Kirkland’s arts, culture tic service valued at up to and heritage. $80). Artists and arts organizaIf a leak is found, the driver tions who have a unique will receive a coupon for 10 proposal that promotes performance art, literary art, and percent off service (up to $50) to fix the problem. The free other artistic ventures can inspection is especially recapply for funding available ommended for vehicles through the commission. that are 2005 models Proposals are due by or older. 4 p.m. on May 8. city of Every year hunThe commission has dreds of tons of oil $5,000 available in and other petroleumfunding. Proposed related products make activities must occur their way into our lakes, within Kirkland city limits streams and Puget Sound. By and occur before Oct. 13. fixing leaks, participants can The grant application help reduce this pollution and form is available online at extend the life of their vehicle. www.kirklandwa.gov or by Participating ASA repair contacting Philly Hoshko at shops in Kirkland: firstname.lastname@example.org or • All Wheel Drive Auto, 425-587-3013. 8410 120th Ave. N.E., (425) The commission will con828-3600 sider all proposals and make • Jay’s Kirkland Auto Care, determinations at its May 15 817 7th Ave., (425) 822-3333 meeting to be held from 4-6 • Northwest Differential p.m. at Kirkland City Hall, 123 5th Ave., Rose Hill room. Service, 11914 124th Ave.
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Meet Walen on coffee tour After a fast-paced two months, you’d think coffee is the last thing Kirkland City Councilwoman Amy Walen needs. But she has scheduled three coffee shop visits in the next month to meet with constituents and take questions regarding Kirkland’s present and future. The sit-downs will be a contrast of sorts to the legwork Walen has been doing the last two months. She met last week with GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving and others from the internet company that recently opened an office in Carillon Point. A midMarch visit to the Youth Eastside Services breakfast followed on the heels of a trip to Washington, D.C., where she had meetings with staff at the Department of Transportation and Environmental Protection Agency regarding Kirkland projects. Then there was a KITH luncheon, an Earth Day work party at
Juanita Bay, a Futurewise luncheon, a meeting with local faith leaders regarding a new initiative called “Life in the Gap,” and a Kirkland Chamber of Commerce open house, along with council and committee meetings. Walen will talk about those or other topics at the following Kirkland locations: • Saturday, April 27, 10-11 a.m., Carillon Point Starbucks at 2225 Carillon Point • Saturday, May 4, 10-11 a.m., St. James Espresso, 355 Kirkland Ave. across from the Kirkland Performance Center • Saturday, May 18, 10-11 a.m., Juanita Village Starbucks at 9721 N.E. 119th Way Kirkland residents are invited to participate by stopping in. Or to learn more about Walen, visit www. amywalen.com.
Become the greenest town in the Puget Sound Puget Sound Energy and the city of Kirkland are teaming up to challenge local residents and businesses to become the greenest town in the Puget Sound through the “Take Charge Green Power Challenge.” If 400 PSE electric customers in Kirkland enroll in PSE’s Green Power
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From the soothing melody of “Deep River” to the funloving “Skip to My Lou,” Dr. Glenn R. Gregg, artistic director of KCS, has delved deep into our country’s rich musical heritage for stirring arrangements of timeless classics and 20th century favorites. Selections from Gershwin’s beloved Opera, Porgy and Bess, the elegant jazz number, “It Don’t Mean a Thing,” by Duke Ellington, and Bernstein’s “Best of All Possible Worlds” are interspersed with traditional folk songs and sacred melodies to round out this exciting finale to the Kirkland Choral Society’s 24th Season.
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Is Kirkland ready to be rocked? Seattle icon and the host of Almost Live John Keister and national headliner and Almost Live alum Brooks McBeth come to the Kirkland Performance Center for one night of outrageous Brooks McBeth comedy. Two of the very best Northwest comedians will come together for a rare live appearance of gut-busting comedy. If that weren’t enough, added to the line-up is Movin 92.5’s Jubal Flagg. John Keister is currently starring in The 206. Brooks McBeth recently performed on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and credits include MAD TV and Comedy Central. The show will begin at 8
Joyous Songs of America will fill Bastyr University Chapel on Saturday evening, April 27, when Kirkland Choral Society presents lively folk tunes, heartwarming spirituals, and jazz favorites in a toe-tapping season finale.
Bastyr University Chapel is located at 14500 Juanita Drive N.E. in St. Edward State Park, Kenmore. The concert begins at 7.30 p.m. Tickets are adult, $18; student/senior $12, available at kirklandchoralsociety.org or 425-296-0612. Arrive early and enjoy a pleasant pre-concert stroll through the park’s level upland trails, or brave the longer walk down the hill
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Author launches children’s book The demand for innovative thinkers in science and technology continues to grow, but how do we instill the love
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amendments sends the measure to the governor for his signature. The Senate added requirements for clearer markings on envelopes containing payment notices that are mailed to drivers and Drivers on the SR 520 for annual reports on the bridge will get a chance to penalty-appeals process. plead their cases before a Currently, judges in judge if they feel the state’s special “toll they got unfairly court” don’t have the penalized for not authority to reduce paying a toll on or waive penalties astime – and they can sessed for late payment have the penalty of tolls on the bridge, thrown out if the regardless of circumjudge buys their Cyrus Habib stances. House Bill argument, under a 1941 gives the judges bill by Rep. Cyrus the leeway to do that Habib that won final legislaafter hearing from the penaltive passage on Tuesday. ized driver. “This bill gives us an op“Most drivers pay the portunity to advance both tolls,” Habib said, “and those due process and consumer that try to avoid payment on protection in our tolling purpose should of course be system,” Habib, D-Kirkland, penalized. But sometimes, it’s said. The 97-0 vote in the not their fault – and everyone House to accept Senate should have a chance to make
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The International Community School was recently ranked No. 32 in the country on the website The Best Schools (thebestschools. org). According to the website, the rankings contained are based on many factors, but the high school must produce measurable academic outcomes across a large number of important academic indicators to be included. In addition, a great public high school will have a good reputation with recruiting colleges and be highly ranked in measures of student satisfaction and faculty quality. All earned
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Property manager Bryce “It makes no sense to Morgan of The Pines Apart- build other structures when ments at Totem Lake said this one has the land and an enhanced lake would the building,” Lurie said. “definitely help business.” Cogle and his team have “If the trail system was implemented the first of better, it’s easily accessed many phases to come durfrom our apartment coming the master planning plex, but it doesn’t really go process. When the studies anywhere,” Morgan said of are complete, Cogle expects the idea to loop the trail. a vision workshop for the “That would be a big added community, which may bonus and we’d probably try include walking tours of the to cater to that as well.” wetlands and lake, this June. But Yuppie Tavern The community outreach and pawnshop would be extenowner Brian Lurie “We know that the sive, with the inKing Conservation tent to introduce doesn’t feel the same about the people to the site District is very lake’s business opand understand interested in portunity for his maintaining and the community’s tavern. aspirations and improving the “The only thing ecological integrity concerns so that that’s going to more options may of the site and bring business really focusing in be delivered to to Totem Lake is on ways we can deal the design team. Totem Lake Mall,” with flood control, “EventuLurie said. “If remove invasive ally, toward the they have the park end of the year, plants, and make here, people might we’d work on a this system really final plan to give go to Veloce, but they might do that function as well as people a chance anyway. I honestly it can. That’s always to give some going to be a prime input on the draft don’t know how focus for us.” doing the lake will final plan before Michael Cogle create business.” we take it to the Lurie believes Park Board and it could be a good the City Council idea to turn his property to ultimately get approved,” into a park or recreation Cogle said. “Right now our center instead. schedule is to get that done “They could grass over by the end of the year.” my parking lot, rent boats After the council allotted or bicycles. There’s certainly $120,000 from REET (Real a little bit of income there,” Estate Excise Tax) reserves he said. and leftover Shoreline The city has come forRestoration funds, the Parks ward to seek his property and Community Services appraisal, according to LuDepartment selected The rie. He thinks his building Berger Partnership architechas the capacity to become ture firm to take the reins. a restroom facility, cafe or Berger Partnership is cureven a senior center, but whether or not it will happen, is still unknown.
Totem Lake has been in Kirkland throughout the generations, but was called various names such as Lake Wittenmeyer, Lake Watstine and even Mudd Lake. “Back in those days, we basically called it a swamp,” Cogle said. After a failed attempt to sell the lake property to the city of Kirkland, the original owner of the Totem Lake Malls sold it to the King Conservation District, a state agency, about 50 years ago. However in the late 1980s, Cogle said the city approached the Conservation District with the idea of creating more access through a public boardwalk or trail. With a little grant and city funding, the boardwalk - which can sometimes be found hovering just under the surface of a winter flood - was built. Since then, the city and the Conservation District have co-managed the area and worked toward restoration activities. While ideas for the site are preliminary, Cogle acknowledges the park could be a hub or “trail head” for the planned Cross Kirkland Corridor trail by creating amenities, such as parking and restrooms. “We know that the King Conservation District is very interested in maintaining and improving the ecological integrity of the site and really focusing in on ways we can deal with flood control, remove invasive plants, and make this system really function as well as it can,” Cogle said. “That’s always going to be a prime focus for us.” But Cogle and others, such as Kirkland resident Lincoln Brigham, think having a trail loop around the entire lake is a good start. “A loop would be really nice because there’s some interesting wetlands back there and [the trail] just kind of peters out,” Brigham said, pointing to the northeast portion of the property. “The loop would make it a lot bigger an area for a trail system to just come down and hang out.” Cogle’s other ideas include picnic tables, places to kayak or canoe, and an entrance for the park so that a “sense of place” can be created for the Totem Lake community. And through the trafficked roads and industrial plants nearby, Cogle emphasizes this area will not be subject to water ski boats, lifeguard stands and invasive actions to the habitat.
To further connect people to the park, there is the potential to create off road pedestrian connector trails through the “green fingers” that surround the site, Cogle said. North of the site, a grassy hill extends upward toward the EvergreenHealth Medical Center. “That would be a great overlook for the employees at the hospital and there’s the Madison House Retirement up there,” Cogle said. “Wouldn’t it be cool to have a table and a bench, and maybe a telescope up there? Maybe down the road, there would be a stairway or a trail system so they could easily access the property.” With the endless number of possibilities for Totem Lake Park, the city is hopeful one benefit will be a revitalized Totem Lake business district through this civic investment. “This gives us the opportunity, really for the first time, to work with the entire community on what the vision is for this site, and how it can not only serve the park and open space needs of the community in better ways, but how it can be somewhat of a catalyst for the local business community,” Cogle said. “The Totem Lake neighborhood as a whole is a very important part of the Kirkland community.” Cogle said he’d like to understand how the lake’s surrounding businesses could benefit from a better park, and if they value the lake as an asset to business. Cogle noted many of the surrounding businesses face the street instead of the lake, such as Cafe Veloce.
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